IBM Off Campus Drive 2020 | Freshers/Experience | Bachelors Degree | Full Stack Application Developer | Hyderabad

Company:         IBM

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Eligibility:      Bachelors Degree

Experience:    Freshers/Experience

Location:        Hyderabad

Job Role:       Full Stack Application Developer

Job Description:
1. You are an Application Developer, who will Design, develop and/or re-engineer complex application components, and integrate software packages, programs and reusable objects residing on multiple platforms.

2. An ambitious individual who can work under your own direction towards agreed targets and goals, you have the ability to lead change and to work under stress.

3. You are curious to learn as demonstrated by your up-to-date technical knowledge.

4. You are a good great teammate and you are familiar with Agile methodologies and principles and/or have experience working in an Agile team.

5. We seek an applicant who will thrive in an open, dynamic, flexible, fun, spirited, collaborative environment; an individual who desires creative freedom and the opportunity to work in a high performing team.

Qualification:  Bachelor’s Degree

Required Skills:
1. Experienced web developer with strong skills in Java, JSP, Servlet, Javascript, Ajax and Struts framework.

2. Some knowledge/ experience on Dojo/jquery/angular ( any one of them) is also needed

3. Good understanding of DB2, web services

4. You love collaborative environments that use agile methodologies to encourage creative design thinking and find innovative ways to develop with cutting edge technologies


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