Java Application Developer Jobs in District of Columbia


3 District of Columbia Java Application Developer jobs found on Monster.

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Application Engineer with the expertise focusing on JBOSS Desired skills: • 1. Monitoring - familiarity with tools to monitor, install, configure and upgrade Java Application Servers. • 2. Expertise with Linux and BASH scripting • 3. Expertise with supporting JBoss EAP Required skills: • 1. Java and Javascript application development and the ability to troubleshoot difficult technical issues...
Java Application Developer(90532) Information Systems - Programming USA-VA-Fairfax Security Clearance:Secret Clearance Status:Must be Current Schedule:Full Time : Type of Travel:Local Percent of Travel Required:Up to 10% Description Under minimal supervision, provides software development support for Navy PPBE system. Duties and Responsibilities: Develops, codes, tests and debugs new s...
Java Applications Developer, Senior:01177827 Description Key Role: Formulate and define system scope and objectives and modify procedures to solve complex problems considering computer equipment capacity and limitations, operating time, and form of preferred results. Prepare detailed specifications for programs, assist with the design, development, testing, implementation, and documentation of ...

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$45,900.00 - $116,500.00
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