Sr Java Developer

Company Name:
Enterprise Iron
JAVA developer to build next generation Integrated Fraud Desktop platform. This is a hands-on development role. Requirements include 5+ years of system development experience (preferably in the financial industry), with the focus on building restful
for dynamic user facing applications.
- Proficiency with JAVA/J2EE, Object-Oriented Design and Programming (OOD/P)
- Proficiency with Spring (including ORM and MVC)
- Proficiency with at least one ORM/Persistence Framework: iBatis/MyBatis, Hibernate, JPA
- Proficiency with SOA, REST/SOAP Web Services, CXF, JAXWS/JAXRS, JSON, XML
- Experience with at least one RIA Framework: jQuery (preferred), YUI, Ext JS, DOJO
- Experience with front-end web development with JavaScript, HTML/HTML5, CSS, Ajax
- Experience with Source Control: Subversion (SVN), Perforce, or similar
- Experience with Maven, Test Driven Development (TDD) and Continuous Integration (CI), JUnit
- Experience with IDE: Eclipse, RAD, or other
- Experience with at least one RDMS and SQL: Oracle, Sybase, SQL Server
- Experience with Agile/Iterative development and full SDLC development
- Nice to Haves include C# .NET or Python, JMS, MQ messaging, Big Data, Hadoop, NoSQL, Cassandra
Excellent communication skills as will be working with the users as well as other teams.

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