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Top Job Pick: Java Developer Miami, Florida

Top Job Pick: Java Developer Miami, Florida

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SherlockTalent is looking for a talented Java Developer who will be responsible for the programming and development of applications and software.

Ideal candidate may collaborate with web developers and software engineers to integrate and maintain Java into business applications, software and websites.  The Java developer is involved throughout the entire development life cycle of a product and must be able to identify and analyze any issues or problems and be able to come up with an efficient solution. Other duties may include collating and documenting user requirements, analyzing data and quality assurance testing.



  • Design, implement and maintain java application phases
  • To take part in software and architectural development activities
  • Conduct software analysis, programming, testing and debugging
  • Identifying production and non-production application issues
  • Transforming requirements into stipulations
  • Develop, test, implement and maintain application software
  • Recommend changes to improve established java application processes
  • Develop technical designs for application development
  • Develop application code for java programs



  • 4 years of experience as Java Developer
  • Java based web services
  • Experience with NodeJS and MongoDB
  • Knowledge of React + Flux architecture
  • J2EE framework
  • Object Oriented Analysis and Design
  • JSP
  • XML,X query, XSL
  • Test-Driven Development
  • Strong communication skills to interact effectively with project stakeholders and articulate design ideas
  • Working knowledge of software development life cycles, configuration management and best software engineering practices
  • Bachelor’s degree in technology related field, or equivalent years of experience.

To be considered immediately, Click here to chat with Sherley

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“U.S. Citizens and those authorized to work in the U.S. are encouraged to apply. We are unable to sponsor at this time.”

BlockChain and The Future of Digital Contracts with Joe Homnick – Dec 13

BlockChain and The Future of Digital Contracts with Joe Homnick – Dec 13

Join Joe for an easy to understand journey through Blockchain technology.

Blockchain is the basis of Cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum, Bitcoin etc., however, it extends way beyond these as a framework for Smart Contracts. Blockchain is an emerging way for businesses, industries, and public organizations to almost instantaneously make and verify transactions—streamlining business processes, saving money, and reducing the potential for fraud. At its core, a blockchain is a data structure that’s used to create a digital transaction ledger that, instead of resting with a single provider, is shared among a distributed network of computers. The result is a more open, transparent, and publicly verifiable system that will fundamentally change the way we think about exchanging value and assets, enforcing contracts, and sharing data across industries. The applications using blockchain are almost limitless, ranging from loans, bonds, and payments to more efficient supply chains to even identity management and verification. Joe will also look at the new CoCo Framework and Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) as a means of implementing your own smart contract system.

14th Annual South Florida Code Camp – Call for Sponsors – Feb 10

14th Annual South Florida Code Camp – Call for Sponsors – Feb 10

South Florida Software Developer Code Camp – 02/10/2018

Join us for our 14th South Florida Code Camp.

As an attendee, immerse yourself in 16 tracks of sessions at this free all day event.

As a Sponsor, get direct contact with over 1000 Software Developers.

A special thanks to our speakers who donate their time and money to attend and speak. There are still open slots. Thanks again!

More information at: http://www.fladotnet.com/codecamp

Free to all attendees – Register Here

Event Website: http://www.fladotnet.com/codecamp

Contact SF Code Camp:
[email protected]
Rachel Terman – 305-479-0198
Dave Noderer – 954-270-1186

Nova Southeastern University
Carl DeSantis Building
3301 College Avenue
Fort Lauderdale-Davie, FL 33314-7796
(800) 541-6682

Stats from 2017:

  • 1500 attendees registered
  • Over 1000 attended
  • 70+ speakers
  • 90 sessions
  • 15 parallel tracks
  • 800 Tee Shirts with sponsor logos for attendees

Platinum Sponsorship – $2000

  • Pre-Event Speaker Reception – Limited to 1
    • Opportunity for a short presentation to speakers / volunteers at reception
    • Signage at event
  • Breakfast Sponsorship – Limited to 1
    • Breakfast sponsored by sign at Breakfast
    • Code Camp staff will organize lunch with university required catering
  • Lunch Sponsorship – Limited to 1
    • Lunch sponsored by sign at lunch
    • Code Camp staff will organize lunch with university required catering
  • Post-Event Reception Sponsorship – Limited to 1
    • Option for you to organize (in kind)
    • Signage at event
  • Includes all Gold Sponsor benefits

Gold Sponsorship – $1000

  • Exclusive 6’ table in the common area
  • Intro and 5 minute slot at the closing ceremonies
  • Information distributed to attendees
  • Top Logo section on t-shirt given to 1st 800 attendees
  • Logo on website on sponsor page
  • Rotating gold logo on home page

Silver Sponsorship – $500

  • Logo on t-shirt given to 1st 800 attendees
  • A shared table in the common area (1/2 of 6’ table)
  • Intro and 2 minute slot at the closing ceremonies
  • Information distributed attendees
  • Logo on website

Bronze Sponsorship – $250

  • Information distributed to attendees
  • Logo on website

Active Supporter – Value of material donated

  • Typically this involves contribution of product, magazines, books, etc..
  • Logo on website

Payments / Requirements:

  • Pay relevant vendor directly (as directed by code camp staff)
  • Make check payable to “IT Pro Camp, Inc.” (preferred, no pay pal fees)
  • Use PayPal Donate button on code camp site or use the link on the code camp site: http://www.fladotnet.com/codecamp/
12th Annual State of the CIO with Guest Keynote “CK” Kerley – Signature Grand – March 14

12th Annual State of the CIO with Guest Keynote “CK” Kerley – Signature Grand – March 14

You are invited to save the date for the 12th Annual state of the CIO to be held at the Signature Grand, Ft. Lauderdale on March 14, 2018.

Our special guest Keynote will be Christina “CK” Kerley. CK is a well known national tech presenter and brings a fresh and interactive look at technology.

Sponsorship opportunities and tickets will be available soon.

About Christina “CK” Kerley

Powerhouse speaker, futurist, and professor Christina “CK” Kerley pushes Fortune 500s AHEAD of the curve through the 10+ tech that will dominate the next 10 years.

A forerunner in 20 years of digital revolutions, CK’s electrifying performances captivate executive audiences through insights and inspiration across a sweeping set of next-generation technologies and trends. [more]

LeanAgileUSA – Coupon Code ‘SHERLOCK’ – Feb 26-27, 2018

LeanAgileUSA – Coupon Code ‘SHERLOCK’ – Feb 26-27, 2018

As an attendee of this year’s conference, please use the exclusive discount code SHERLOCK at www.leanagileus.com for 25% off of your registration.

Registration for LeanAgileUS 2018, North America’s premiere Lean-Agile gathering is now open!!

We have expanded the event to cover two full days of sessions and workshops with some of Lean-Agile community’s most prestigious speakers, including an incredible keynote from Joshua Kerievsky, speaking on the topic of Modern Agile!

Included with your conference registration, we will be running the workshops listed below (with more to be added) simultaneously with the regular sessions. These workshops will have limited availability. In the coming weeks, we will be publishing how to register for these workshops, with early registrants receiving priority.

  • Matt Phillip: The #NoEstimates Game
  • Karl Scotland: Strategy Deployment
  • Klaus Leopold: Intro to Kanban
  • Joshua Kerievsky & Heidi Helfand: Psychological Safety
  • Larry Maccherone: Intro to Agile Metrics
  • Daniel Vacanti & Steve Porter: Scrum & Kanban – Better Together

If you are interested in sponsoring this world class event, please email us at [email protected]

Please join us in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on February 26th and 27th, 2018 for this world class event!

The LeanAgileUS Organizing Committee