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Job Description

1. Core Java with strong concepts in collections, multi threading, OOPs

2. Web application concepts and experience. HTTP, REST.

3. Algo / DS / Problem Solving.

4. Working experience with Tomcat or any other JEE web server.

5. Working knowledge of writing SQL queries.

6. Familiarity with Spring, Spring MVC, Hibernate is a plus.

7. Familiarity with AngularJS is a strong plus.

Salary: Not Disclosed by Recruiter

Industry: IT-Software / Software Services

Functional Area: IT Software - Application Programming, Maintenance

Role Category: Software Developer

Role: Software Developer

Keyskills: core java, Multithreading, OOPS, Algorithms, data structures, sql, spring, MVC, hibernate

Desired Profile

Education: BE Btech MCA Mtech BCA 2013 2014 and 2015

Company Profile

EYME TECHNOLOGIES is an integrated IT solutions and service provider headquartered at Bangalore, India. Our offerings span across Software Product Engineering, Application Development, Application Management, Mobile Application Development, Enterprise Business Solutions, Business Applications and Consulting.

With an indomitable spirit to succeed, EYME TECHNOLOGIES made a modest start in the year 2004, from a small office with a team of six. Today, with over a hundred people family, we have come a long way and the same inspiration to achieve continues to drive us from one success to another.

We have a global footprint with development center at Bangalore and Sales & Customer Service centers in Hyderabad, Kolkata, New Jersey, Dubai, Belgium & Finland catering to our clients spread across the continents of Asia, America, Europe, Australia and Africa.

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