Monday, September 18th, 2006

Hyperic.com Hiring HTML Help

Hyperic.com
Please respond to tess@hyperic.com

Java Ajax/JSP User-Interface Developer
Responsibilities
• Provide technical expertise to the project team members on the design,
• development, test and implementation of a dynamic, web-based front-end to a system management platform
• Ownership of the majority of the GUI features
• Maintain, analyze, and enhance current feature set with infusion of Ajax to make interface interactive and dynamic
• Design and implement new user-interface features with Ajax, HTML, CSS, and JSP and work with back-end developers to back features with Java, Apache Struts, and J2EE Session Beans
• Work with product management to visualize, design, and implement upcoming product lines
Qualifications
• Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field
• Senior user-interface developer with 2 or more years of relevant experience developing real-time updating user-interface with web technologies: Ajax (required), HTML, CSS, JSP, JSP tags, and Javascript
• Qualified candidate must have thorough knowledge of the Java programming language
• Experience with developing Java-based web applications deployed in JBoss or Tomcat
• Experience with model-view-control (MVC) frameworks, particularly Apache Struts
• Experience with using, evaluating, and integrating open-source technology
• Experience working in a team environment using Apache Ant, source versioning system, wiki documentation, and bug tracking system
• Experience with supporting customers remotely and diagnose their problems from offsite
• Familiarity with EJBs is a plus
• Past or present participation in open-source development is a plus
• Must be creative, self-motivated, independent, and a good communicator

Posted by Ben Galbraith at 9:02 pm
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Tess, are you still looking?
Let me know. Thanks – Bob

Comment by free website analysis — September 28, 2007

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