Java Architect Required Immediately

Java Architect Required Immediately

Post by donald.las » Tue, 07 Dec 2004 00:34:47


Java Architect,

We currently have an opening for an Architect. The ability to work in
an agile environment is a must.

Skills Required as a "MUST HAVE"

Master's degree preferred, or Bachelor's Degree in one of:
Engineering, Computer Science or Math
Experience using object-oriented programming languages & concepts
(6+ yrs).
Fluency in Java (3+ yrs), XML, Smalltalk, UML, HTTP, TCP/IP, HTML,
Windows, UNIX, Servlets.
Experience designing or developing distributed applications (5+
years).
Intense problem solving abilities
Ability to interact with clients and lead user requirements
definition from concept to application architecture
Proven track record of technical proficiency
Ability to work independently
Diverse outside interests
Project management experience
Research skills
"Nice to have" skills:
Experience with Extreme Programming or other agile practices

Please forward your resume to attention:
Donald Lascelle
XXXX@XXXXX.COM
www.Objectsearch.com
 
 
 

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