J2EE ARCHITECT/TECH DESIGNER – 6 to 10 Years – Gurgaon

Posted on September 14, 2008. Filed under: Java/J2EE Technologies | Tags: , , |

ARCHITECT/TECH DESIGNER – Gurgaon, Sep 10, 2008
6 Year – 10 Year  Gurgaon
Posted on  Sep 10, 2008
Job Details
Skills & Experience.
The candidate should have 5 – 9 yrs of experience in J2EE SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle)
Strong working experience in Struts, EJB, JSP,JSF, Servlet, Any Application Server and Preferable Oracle.
Hibernate Mapping tool Designing & Development Experience on Struts, EJB, JSP, Servlet,-
Good knowledge on OOps, UML and hands on Experience in Rational Tools (Rational Rose, RSA etc.),
Strong Experience in Object Oriented Concept &Design patterns Working familiarity with development tools .
Participating in Knowledge acquisition process, Analysis and Design
Should coordinate and manage the delivery of LLD and component design along with reviews
Prior experience on Reverse Engineering Project would be an added advantage.
Reviewer in all design deliverables
Status reporting and Issues / knowledge sharing / resolution discussion within Designer Analysts and Architect.
Understanding the existing code/applications
Technical Analysis use cases.
Provide estimation and planning for relevant work area
Managing 2-3 designers during Design Phase
Should be able to write technical documents
Coordination with Technical Leads
Roles & Responsibility
About Company
Consulting company catering to various software gaints located in Chennai/Bangalore/Delhi/Noida/Mumbai and Pune
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