Java Developer- GUI - WBAP Web Applications - Java Swing MVC

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  1. Ann

    Ann Guest

    Title:Java Developer- GUI - WBAP Web Applications - Java Swing MVC
    Skills: Java Developer- GUI - WBAP Web Applications - Java Swing MVC

    Trinity Consultancy Services is seeking applications from qualified
    and experienced software engineers with above skills for various
    requirements with their Clients.

    Job description: An ideal candidate should meet the following
    requirements: 10 years of software experience with minimum 4 years of
    Java application developments. Solid understanding of the object-
    oriented design principles, and skillful in applying these principles
    to software architecture design. Great experience with GUI
    implementation using Java Swing/JFC. Good experience with Database
    design, JDBC, Hibernet. Experience with serial device programming.
    Good understanding on event-driven programming paradigm. Experience
    with Web application development and Internet protocols, (5 plus years
    of recent experience in a pharmaceutical/healthcare/medical/insurance
    industry type of regulated environment.). Experience architecting and
    building at least one large-scale web-based system is a plus. Good
    knowledge with UML diagrams. Good experience with XML. Solid
    understanding on Design Patterns. Excellent communication skills.
    Experience with medical software development. Experience of working in
    a highly regulated environment (FDA/HIPAA/SOX). Extensive Model-View
    Controller architecture experience (MVC Pattern). Ability to pick up
    on new technologies quickly and work in a fast paced environment.
    Experience architecting and building at least one large-scale, web-
    based system is a plus. Comments This opportunity provided a dynamic
    development environment and excellent team-work experience

    Required Experience:
    Java,Swing,MVC,JFC,

    Other Desired Skills: Java Developer- GUI - WBAP Web Applications -
    Java Swing

    Years of Experience Required: More than 5 years

    Education:


    Trinity Consultancy Services is a leading source of Information
    Technology, Engineering and Management Experts that corporations of
    all sizes turn to, from Global 2000 corporations to mid-sized and
    small organizations nationwide. With the commitment to excellence, is
    subtly managed to find, recruit, screen, submit and effectively
    organize a technical workforce anywhere in the United States for
    various Technical needs of corporation irrespective of its size.
    Trinity Consultancy Services is one of its unique kind of the leading
    information technology consulting services, and business process
    outsourcing organizations committed for excellence.

    Trinity provides business consulting, systems integration, application
    development, staffing services and managed services to Global 2000
    Corporations, medium-sized businesses, and government organizations
    throughout the United States.

    Trinity can mobilize the right resources, skills and technologies to
    enable our clients to reach their dreams by enhanced performance. With
    deep industry and business process expertise and broad global
    resources, Trinity Consultancy Services is committed for excellence.
    Please contact our Human Resource Manager Ms. Ann and send your
    detailed Resume with your work authorization status, current salary
    and expectations.
    Mention the position you are applying in the subject line.


    Email:

    www.trinityconsultancy.com
    Ann, Sep 7, 2007
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