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How to invoke Java web service in using C#

, 7 Jan 2009 CPOL
Web Services Interoperability




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Bikash Shaw
Software Developer (Senior) Société Générale
India India

1. Extensive working experience in web and windows application development, database programming using Java and .Net technologies.

2. Good knowledge in SDLC and Processes like project planning, requirement gathering, development, test planning, release management and production support.

3. Good knowledge and working experience in following methodologies:
a. Agile Development Approach
b. Test Driven Development
c. Behavior Driven Development
d. Continuous Integration & Delivery Model.

4. Excellent communication & analytical skills, good team player, great mentoring capability.

5. Interaction with customer and team spread over different geographical area.

Technologies / Languages: J2SE 5/6, J2EE, .Net 2.0/3.5, C#, ASP.NET, AJAX, XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, PL/SQL, Web Services (SOAP based), Winforms, Hibernate, Spring, GWT, XML, XSD, XPath, SAX, JAXB, JUnit, JBehave, Mockito, Selenium, StringTemplate, Log4J, Apache Commons API

Database: Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, Sybase

Application Server: Tomcat, Sun Application Server, JBoss, GlassFish, Jetty, IIS

Development Environments: Eclipse, NetBeans, Visual Studio.

Designing Tools: Enterprise Architect, Microsoft Visio

Version Control: SVN, Perforce

Build Management: Hudson & JCruisemonitor, TeamCity

Bug Tracking Tools: HP Quality Center, Bugzilla, JIRA

1. Agile Test and Behavior Driven Development
2. Continuous Delivery Approach
2. Spring IOC and MVC
3. Web Services

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