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(1+ Years) "ORACLE" Hiring: Java & JavaScript Developer On Aug 2020 @ Hyderabad



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Company:       ORACLE

Website:         www.oracle.com

Eligibility:      Computer Science Degree

Experience:    1+ yrs

Location:       Hyderabad

Job Role:      Java & JavaScript Software Developer

JOB SUMMARY:

Company Profile:

This is the place to get basic facts about the company (PDF), or to learn about how Oracle is dedicated to unleashing innovation by simplifying IT. Find out about the Executive and Board of Directors leadership teams who drive the company's direction. Learn about Oracle's History, and the Innovation and Acquisitions that will help shape its future, as well as Customer Successes and Oracle Excellence

Job Description:
1. Development, troubleshooting and debugging Java and/or JavaScript programs

2. Development of unit, component and service test automation

3. Deploying of containerized applications on Kubernetes

4. Collaboration with the Agile teammates

Candidate Profile:
Qualification:
Computer Science or Software Engineering Degree

Experience: 1 year of software engineering or related experience.

Skills:
1. Proficient in programming and using Java and/or JavaScript

2. Familiar with Git version-control and collaboration (GitLab), Jira and Confluence

 

   












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