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Let us discuss what we are doing professionally

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Let us discuss what each of us is doing professionally without giving out confidential data (what ever you think confidential). I think we can discuss our job profile, what tools and technologies we are using, work pressure etc. Let me start with myself.
Domain: Finance and Banking. My company is in top 5 bank.
Job profile: Writing Codes and code review of others. Helping junior coders.
Tools: Spring MVC, Spring, Hibernate, Tomcat, Eclipse
Process: No process as such (no RUP,Agile here). Just get the requirement and code.
Work Pressure: Quite relaxed.
Current interest: JSF
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Job profile:
Insurance, Reinsurance, Retrocession.
Eclipse, Weblogic, Struts, Swing, (Soon to come... ) Hibernate and Spring
Service requests as they come and document them. Requests may be of high priority like production defects or just normal requests.
Work Pressure:
Depends actually. Some days its crazy when you are cleaning up the crap that some one left on their code. Every day there is a new problem. I love it !
Office politics:
Can get ugly. Everyone wants their hands clean
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Domain: Have laptop, will travel
Job Profile: Analyze, Design, and Write software applications. Provide mentoring to junior developers. Have worked as a team lead on two of my last three projects.
Tools: Always J2EE related. I'm always learning some new skill everywhere I go.
Process: Depends on client.
Work Pressure: Also depends on client, but generally high considering the nature of my work. I tend to come into projects that need talent that can come up to speed quickly and help them finish high profile projects. I tend to enjoy a level of stress that would make most flee in terror.
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Domain: Started off in financial services but for the past 2 yrs am in a railroad company - learning interesting things everyday and my engineering background is helping me out a little bit.
Job Profile: Collect requirements, design, and develop s/w systems. Also am mentoring non-Java/non-J2EE developers in the company.
Tool: Anything & everything to with IBM since the company is big with the IBM products. Am planning to learn Mainframe COBOL programming this month (how about that?)
Work Pressure: Nothing substantial when compared to financial organizations. Regular 9-5 work hours with overtime pay.
Commute: 5 mins walk! I live in downtown area where my company is located. I am helping out ease the oil demand in the US!
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Domain: Bank
Job Profile: J2EE Development
Tool: Struts, Swing, EJB 2 , WebLogic
Work Pressure: Quite relaxed. Work 37 hours a week.
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Domain: Unified Thread Management Solution (called as UTM Domain). My company is no. 1 in UTM in india.

Job profile: All in one Army. Designing applications, Tracking how new code does not create mess in existing modules,Writing Codes and code review of others. Giving JAVA training to new developers,Communicating with QA , Communicating with Technical Writers,Communicating with Support.

Technologies : JAVA,J2EE related ,Netfilters IPtables,Shell SCripting,Eclipse
Process: Just get the requirement and code.

Work Pressure: Is Such as makes me feel that is should go in salvation. impossible deadlines.

Current interest: : EJB 3.0,JSF

Certifications : SCJP,SCWCD.also interested ni giving scbcd
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