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Lead a team of JAVA developers to implement standards/process applying the latest OO technology to develop cutting edge next-generation Internet apps from design to implementation.
� 2 Years experience Java with emphasis in server-side programming;
� Expertise in OO principles;
� Design patterns;
� Working knowledge of OOAD/UML/Rational Rose;
� Experience in using Swing to develop UI;
� Knowledge of RMI, JSP, servlets, JDBC;
� Multi-threading;
� Java distributed computing including EJB, CORBA;
� Ability to develop in a variety of platforms, esp. UNIX and NT;
� Managing a schedule.
Experience in Oracle PLSQL (or Java) stored procedures, XML parsing, XSL transforms, XQL.
Located in downtown Denver. Great benefits, competitive base salary,($65-90K) bonus and stock options. Casual work atmosphere. Small teams.
Please contact David Solano at (303) 832-8100 or email resume to
[This message has been edited by ldewing (edited February 29, 2000).]
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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