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(Fre/Exp) "Morgan Stanley" Hiring: Java Developer On Nov 2020 @ Bangalore



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Company:       Morgan Stanley

Website:        www.morganstanley.com

Eligibility:      Bachelors Degree

Experience:  Freshers/Experience

Location:       Bangalore

Job Role:      Java Developer

JOB SUMMARY:

Company Profile:

Morgan Stanley is rooted in communities around the world—which means a unique opportunity to commit ourselves to philanthropy and public works.

Job Description:
1. Software development (Coding)

2. Requirements analysis

3. L3 prod support

4. Release planning and management

5. Stakeholder communication

Candidate Profile:
Education:
Bachelors Degree

Skills Required:
1. Strong Java skills

2. Core Java knowledge - Spring Framework, Patterns, Collections, Garbage Collection

3. Proficiency with Unix/Linux and networking

4. Proficiency with Enterprise level database (ex. Oracle, SQL Server, Sybase, DB2) and SQL

5.Experience building real time applications in Multithreading for a Unix/Linux platform

6. Knowledge and experience on agile software development practices

7. Experience in either IntelliJ or Eclipse IDE

8. Unit testing and unit testing frameworks

9. Angular JS and GUI development experience will be added advantage.

 













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