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URGENT OPENING – Senior Software Developer (Java, ?==?windows-1252?Q?C++), California

From: deepika tyagi <deeps_angels(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)in>
To: pgsql-jobs(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: URGENT OPENING – Senior Software Developer (Java, ?==?windows-1252?Q?C++), California
Date: 2009-12-21 07:50:23
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Position: Senior Software Developer: Java C++ Developer
Location: Calabasas, California
Job Description

Job Profile:
•	Requirement Analysis, design and develop software systems to meet
with clients requirements
•	Develop and implement Software services for use in a Service
Oriented Architecture, Agile Methodology: Scrum
•	Evaluate and perform design tradeoffs regarding the architecture and
software component
•	Support, maintain and document software functionality
•	Ensure compliance to standards

Candidate Profile
•	Experience in Java,J2ee, C++, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
and J2EE
•	Unix, Linux system administration (candidate must be able to install
and administrate a system)
•	Can install and administrate Apache, Tomcat, IpTable
•	Bash
•	System programming (use of IR, RS232, ...)
•	Java & C++ developer
•	User interfaces : Swing, Awt, JSP, CSS, Ajax
•	Spring framework
•	Database access and administration, database optimization
•	RPC, web services (knowledge), SOA
•	IDE : Visual, Eclipse
•	Agile Methodology: Scrum, XP practice.

Compensation & other details:
Base compensation: Market competitive
Incentives: Market competitive/ performance based
Benefits: Standard company policies
Travel policies: Standard company policies

Valid work permits in USA
Citizen of USA

Best Regards.
Deepika Tyagi
High Places International
+91-44-4215 9283(W)

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