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.NET Tech Lead
3ktechnologiesDallas, TX
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, MIS, Mathematics, Engineering or equivalent work experience 4+ years of software development experience demonstrating increasing responsibility Strong conceptual understanding of web applications Good knowledge in current technologies-VB.NET, ASP.NET, web services, SSRS, SSIS and SSAS Good understanding of relational databases (Oracle, SQL Server, P-SQL) Knowledge of.
Business Analyst Systems
3ktechnologiesIrving, TX
EDUCATION/CERTIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or Engineering fields. x - Web Services, MQ, SOAP, Restful API - Strong knowledge of security issues DESIRED SKILLS: - Experience with APEX, Angular JS coding - Experience with SDFC Admin/Developement with managed package like Apttus, Vlocity etc - Good knowledge of TMF standards - Experience in Telecom industry - Experience with process flow systems such as Orders, Quotes, etc.

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