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Eclipse Guru needed in Florida [message #21874] Mon, 30 June 2008 14:27 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: tbyrne.ritatech.com

Put your Eclipse expertise to work in this role. Our client seeks a
"solid" Java J2EE developer with Eclipse Web Standard Tools (WST), Eclipse
Modeling Framework (EMF), and Eclipse Graphical Modeling Framework (GMF)
experience.

This is a senior level developer/architect role working in an Agile
development environment. As a member of our clients engineering team, you
will be responsible for designing, implementing and supporting portions of
current and future software offerings. Our client is a small but growing
software company based in Tampa. This is a full-time position, no
contractors please!

Local (Tampa) area candidates preferred, there is no relocation assistance
available for this position.

This position requires at least 10 years of full life cycle software
development experience including 7 or more years of Java development
experience. Must have experience writing Eclipse Plugins or RCP
applications. Strong OOD skills required. Spring and Hibernate skills
preferred. Requires the ability to work independently. Solid verbal
(English) communication skills required. Must be a U.S. Citizen or Green
Card holder. Commercial software industry experience preferred.

Qualified candidates should forward a Word copy of their resume to:
tbyrne@ritatech.com
Re: Eclipse Guru needed in Florida [message #21965 is a reply to message #21874] Thu, 03 July 2008 03:17 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner KeilFriend
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Tom Byrne wrote:
> Put your Eclipse expertise to work in this role. Our client seeks a
> "solid" Java J2EE developer with Eclipse Web Standard Tools (WST),
> Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF), and Eclipse Graphical Modeling
> Framework (GMF) experience.
> This is a senior level developer/architect role working in an Agile
> development environment. As a member of our clients engineering team,
> you will be responsible for designing, implementing and supporting
> portions of current and future software offerings. Our client is a
> small but growing software company based in Tampa. This is a full-time
> position, no contractors please!

Since when does contracting mean only part-time ?;-)

I know, the term "Permanent" is pretty useless in a Web 2.0 and "Mashup"
age, too, so I prefer "Internal" vs. "External". Many large companies
that put an "ext" somewhere in contractor's email addresses seem to do
the same...

If this was in Europe, I would nevertheless be interested, but Florida I
would not risk below a slightly higher level (that includes relocation
support)
Re: Eclipse Guru needed in Florida [message #574313 is a reply to message #21874] Thu, 03 July 2008 03:17 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner KeilFriend
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Tom Byrne wrote:
> Put your Eclipse expertise to work in this role. Our client seeks a
> "solid" Java J2EE developer with Eclipse Web Standard Tools (WST),
> Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF), and Eclipse Graphical Modeling
> Framework (GMF) experience.
> This is a senior level developer/architect role working in an Agile
> development environment. As a member of our clients engineering team,
> you will be responsible for designing, implementing and supporting
> portions of current and future software offerings. Our client is a
> small but growing software company based in Tampa. This is a full-time
> position, no contractors please!

Since when does contracting mean only part-time ?;-)

I know, the term "Permanent" is pretty useless in a Web 2.0 and "Mashup"
age, too, so I prefer "Internal" vs. "External". Many large companies
that put an "ext" somewhere in contractor's email addresses seem to do
the same...

If this was in Europe, I would nevertheless be interested, but Florida I
would not risk below a slightly higher level (that includes relocation
support)
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