Full stack Java Developer (Angular) at Digital Technology Solutions

Digital Technology Solutions
Published
September 19, 2020
Location
Charlotte, NC
Job Type
Job Expires: 2020-12-18

Description

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Full stack Java Developer (Angular) - Charlotte, NC

DTS is looking for Full stack Java Developer (Angular) for our direct client position in Charlotte, NC. No third party C2C allowed. Candidates have to work directly with us on our W-2. This role is for a full stack java developer with experience in building Web UI using Angular. Candidate will be responsible for developing testable, efficient Java.
Java EE and Angular applications and maintenance of existing services and applications, verifying system logic by developing unit-tests and debugging during development and testing cycles. Contribute in all phases of the development lifecycle.

Required Qualifications

BSMS degree in Computer Science, Engineering or related educational experience Angular 5 or higher experience is a must have 7+ years of web development experience 7+ years of Java application development experience 5+ Oracle, MS SQL or similar DBMS experience (tables, relations, indexes, stored procedures, etc.) 5+ experience using SOAP or Rest services 3+ Unix.
Linux experience Excellent knowledge of JVM internals and J2EE architecturedesign patterns, Object Oriented Design methodologies, SOA, data modeling techniques Good verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills Desired

Qualifications

JBoss EAP experience Messaging queue experience IBM MQ Red Hat Linux experience Experience using Spring, JUnit, DAO, EJB, JMS, MDB, ANSI SQL, SVN, Maven, Rational.
Visio modeling Please forward your resume to Contact Kuldeep 248-###-####SDL2017
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