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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

HCL Walk-In on 20th September Java professionals



HCL Walk-in on 20th September, 2008

Positions: Java Project Lead / Technical Lead Interview at HCL Noida
Experience: 5 to 7 years
Work Location : Noida

Skills : J2EE, Servlets, Web logic, Hibernate, Spring
Key Responsibilities:

  • Will be handling a team of 8-10 Members
  • Perform code reviews.
  • Responsible for Planning & estimation of Project
  • Should have good hands on experience with design patterns & UML tools

Walk-in interview details:
Date :
20th-September-2008 (Saturday)
Time : 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM.

Venue:
HCL Technologies Ltd.
Maple Towers, Plot No-1&2, Sector-125, Noida

Contact: Sudhanshu Mishra / Vikas Singh Baghel

Please carry your photograph/ identity proof & Salary Slip.

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