JAVA Mid Tier Consultant Needed - Mobility Experience Needed contractposition in DC

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  1. John Farold

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    Dear partner,

    Please find the below requirement with our client in Washington DC


    Position: Java/J2ee mid tier
    Location: Washington/DC
    Duration: Long Term

    Senior Java-J2EE Middle Tier (with Mobility experience)

    J2EE development
    Java Frameworks (Spring, Structs, jRuby on Rails)
    XML and XML transformation
    Database Integration (JCA, JDBC, etc.)
    Web services
    Caching
    Performance tuning


    Additional technical skills (preferred)
    - Mobile application concepts and development experiences
    - SiteMinder
    - JSON
    - Java/JavaScript/HTML/CSS
    - Security and single sign-on
    - Databases (Oracle, SQL Server, etc.)




    Best Regards
    John Manohar Vajrapu
    Technical Recruiter
    LANCO GLOBAL SYSTEMS (LGS), Inc
    (Division of LGS GLOBAL LTD)**
    Ph: 732-917-4266
    Fax: (877)408-7868
    E-mail: , Website: www.lgsglobal.com
    India||Europe||SouthAfrica||UK||United States (Virginia, Florida, Texas and Ohio)
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    **LGS bagged 15th place in Technology Fast 50 Program Conducted by Deloitte (2009) and LGS has been awarded 119th rank in Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific conducted by Deloitte (2009)
     
    John Farold, Aug 29, 2012
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