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Senior Java Developer
Alpharetta, GA

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-Participate full lifecycle software development
-Work with Business Analysts in translating business requirements into high level and /or Object Oriented design specification
-Make best design and implementation decisions to ensure quality and efficiency
-Provide system architecture or design documents
-Develop applications and features through heavy hands-on coding
-Mentor software engineers and developers
-Conduct project design reviews and code reviews
-Provide support to QA and other internal teams

Minimum Qualifications
Education: B.S. in Computer Science or related, or equivalent work experience

- 8-10 years development experience in full life-cycle development
- 5+ years experience as Senior or Lead Software Engineer
- 5+ years of Java
- 2+ years of Spring 2.5 and higher version, Spring MVC
- 2+ years of using an application server or servlet container such as TOMCAT
- 3+ years of SQL development

Additional Qualifications
- Comfortable and passionate about using the latest technologies, tools, and techniques
- Experience with designing, creating, and consuming REST services
- Proficient in Java
- Self-motivated, detail oriented, and highly responsible
- Must be a faster learner and multi-tasker
- Java Script, JQuery
- iOS/Android mobile app development experience is preferred but not required


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