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Old 2nd October, 2012, 07:20 PM
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The necessary steps for being a good programmer.....

Hey folks,

I am thinking to find an alternative job here based on programming. It offers more Euros of course and I can find more positions for software engineers instead of pure electrical engineering.
Look for example some job positions:

First ad:
Job Description:
The S/W Engineer will be part of a team responsible for the analysis, design and development of software applications for projects that are intended for the European Union.

Analyzing & designing applications in a Web/internet delivery environment
Developing and implementing highly complex technical solutions in a J2EE web environment.
Providing support for application development business objectives while providing expertise in software development lifecycle phases from concept and design to testing

Required Skills
Very good knowledge & proven technical experience of the following technologies:
Java & J2EE Stack (JSF, EJB3, JPA)
SOA (Web Services/ ESB), Enterprise Integration Pattern
MVC framework

Second ad:
We are looking for an exceptional individual whose key responsibilities will be to:
Analyse, design and develop applications in a multi-tier Java EE environment
Support database schemas designs and query optimization
Manage systems integration
Estimate tasks required to complete various development projects including time and resources required
Provide technical support and documentation
Identify and apply appropriate modern technologies and techniques for software development
You should be able to demonstrate at least 5 years on the job working experience with Java EE and Java EE Design patterns. Experience in relational database design and Oracle PL/SQL is essential. Strong communication skills are also expected.

Key qualifications are:
Advance experience in SOA and Web Services
Experience in relational database design and Oracle PL/SQL
Knowledge of UML
Experience in UNIX-based environments and JEE application servers (preferable Glassfish and/or Weblogic)
Knowledge of the following technologies will be an asset: Spring, Ibatis or other ORM Framework, Struts2 or other MVC Framework, Maven

Third ad:
We are looking to recruit in Athens a .Net Developer.

Design and Development of Document Management and Web-based applications;
Design of databases and implementation of user interfaces;
Follow-up on development of applications and User Acceptance Tests (planning, documenting defects etc.).

Excellent knowledge in C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET, Javascript, Oracle PL/SQL, XML, Document Management
Experience in following technologies is considered an asset: Document Management (ideally Open Text eDOCS DM), Java Programming, JSP, Servlets, Struts2, EJB, Spring, Web Services.

Although some companies are seeking for the top programmer it is not easy to find one sometimes with all needs.
Anyway my questions is how can I start to improve myself??

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