Job Posting - MA - Boston: Swing Guru with Object-oriented skills

Discussion in 'Java' started by PFN, Apr 8, 2004.

  1. PFN

    PFN Guest

    Swing Guru with Object-oriented skills - Charlestown, MA

    Extensive experience with Swing required.

    Dynamic software developers at or near Guru-Level (only, please)
    needed to work on swing-based GUI's to elevate the level of
    interactivity and re-use in our next generation software product.
    Deep knowledge of Swing is a must. Object-oriented development,
    frameworks, and/or GUI Design are desired.

    Ability to work independently and interpret business-level
    requirements is essential, as well as a drive to deliver working
    software of top quality with plenty of team interaction, but minimal
    handholding. Good team skills, character and work ethic a must.

    Required Skills
    Swing
    Including building new products from the ground up
    MVC Architecture
    Java
    Object-oriented design, frameworks and patterns


    Desirable Skills
    JUnit
    SWT
    J2EE
    JBoss
    Frameworks design
    O/R-mapping, persistence, MySQL
    C++/Linux/Networking (for a network appliance)
    Security
    Highly-configurable systems
    Software product experience

    We are a growing, 5-year old, pre-IPO software company in Charlestown,
    MA, building interactive Java-based systems to capture and implement
    enterprise business policies related to computer networks.

    Send cover letter highlighting industry experience and knowledge level
    in all the "Required Skills" areas, along with resume to
    .
     
    PFN, Apr 8, 2004
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  2. On 8 Apr 2004 06:54:15 -0700, PFN wrote:

    message multi-posted to cljg..

    > Swing Guru with Object-oriented skills - Charlestown, MA


    c.l.j.programmer/c.l.j.g. communication position - Earth, Sol.

    > Extensive experience with Swing required.


    Extensive experience with not multi-posting required.

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    Andrew Thompson, Apr 8, 2004
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  3. PFN

    Mickey Segal Guest

    "Andrew Thompson" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > c.l.j.programmer/c.l.j.g. communication position


    Maybe the Original Poster is suggesting an answer to the thread "Is learning
    Java still worth it in the US?".
     
    Mickey Segal, Apr 8, 2004
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