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SunJUG Town is the place for Sarasota Java User Group people to get together. Come on in, sit a spell. Take your shoes off. We're all about Java software development and more.
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new local office space & a new opening @ salesforce.com

My company salesforce.com has an opening at its new Tampa Bay office.   The opening is on my team building Productivity Tools for the R&D organization.  A suitable candidate should have a strong Java background (can pass a difficult Java programming test)  AND have a love for UX and rich front end development (JQuery, HTML 5, VisualForce) Why work for salesforce.com?Ensure quality through test-driven development and agile project management.  Sick of meetings?  See what it’s like to work on…See More
Aug 26, 2011

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To build elegant online solutions which include everything you need and nothing you don't. A proponent of agile development.
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new local office space & a new opening @ salesforce.com

Posted on August 26, 2011 at 4:45pm 0 Comments

My company salesforce.com has an opening at its new Tampa Bay office.   The opening is on my team building Productivity Tools for the R&D organization.  A suitable candidate should have a strong Java background (can pass a difficult Java programming test)  AND have a love for UX and rich front end development (JQuery, HTML 5, VisualForce)

 

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At 9:03am on September 5, 2008, Michael Levin said…
Welcome to CodeTown, James! Hope we'll see you at GatorJUG next Wednesday...You'll like the topic.
 
 
 

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