SF Scala Message Board › Architect - Web Services , Foster City, CA (Full Time)
|Varun L B.||
We are seeking an individual with extraordinary engineering talent who has a proven track record of developing high performance, high capacity and scalable applications and a has passion for creating and working in a collaborative Agile teams.
Additionally, this position will require the candidate to
§ Provide “hands on” technical leadership of web platform including architectural vision, Design and development of solutions.
§ Participate in the full life-cycle development process from definition, through design, build, test, release and maintenance.
§ Work with our business partners to envision opportunities and technical solutions which align with organizational strategies and architecture principles.
§ Create technical designs, specifications, and integration tests.
§ Research and track advancements in online & mobile channels.
§ Develop mobile or web prototypes to validate architecture and design decisions, validate performance, scalability & security, and thereby improving the speed to market
§ Research and evaluate vendor solutions, frameworks, evolving technologies, standards, and understand potential impact on current or future solutions
§ Java/J2EE industry experience
§ MVC Framework experience: Struts2, Spring & MVC or similar
§ HTML 5, CSS, strong understanding of browser compatibility issues.
§ XML, XSL, processing/parsing.
§ Candidate must have strong structured methodology experience
§ Strong J2EE/OO Design patterns experience
§ Experience with implementing common design patterns
§ Web Service design experience: SOAP Request/Response handling, authentication, Axis2.
§ Use of Unified Modeling Language (UML) to conceive a design
§ Knowledge of web security standards and how to apply them
§ Experience with large scale, high volume web-based applications.
§ Minimum qualification: M.S /Ph.D in Computer Science
Mail resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
|A former member||
I don't see any scala here... Why are you wasting this group's time with this J2EE garbage? Please keep it relevant to our community.