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JAVA Developer with BPEL/Oracle SOA
Ref No.: 18-59196
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
Position Type:Contract
Start Date: 08/15/2018
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Below is a very urgent Requirement, please share your updated resume if you are looking for job / job change.
You can call me for further discussion - 408-429-2677

 
Job Title: JAVA Developer with BPEL/Oracle SOA
Location – Charlotte, NC
Duration: 6-12+ Months
 
JD:
 
·         Experience in enterprise/web application and Enterprise Integration Application development using J2EE technologies.
·         Primary Expertise in Integration development using –BPEL, ESB, Services (WSDL), REST Services , JDeveloper/SOA Suite
·         Experienced in Java, J2EE, PL/SQL, BPEL Language
·         Integration Testing of Web services and REST Services using SOAP UI
·          Experience working on Web services, SOAP, XML Schema's, WSDL, UDDI, XML, XSL, Java Script.
 
 
Best Regards,
Rohit Kumar
Senior Account Manager 
IDC Technologies, Inc.
Cell #: 408-429-2677
Email: rohit.kumar1@idctechnologies.com
 
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