Java/J2EE CV or Resume tips
- 4 years of experience in design/development of Java/J2EE (Sockets, EJB, RMI,Servlets, JSP,JMS,JDBC,JNDI etc) based systems.
- 3 year experience in financial sector and 1 year in insurance sector.
- 2 year working experience and excellent knowledge in Spring, Hibernate and JSF.
- Experience in Websphere, MQSeries, and JBoss
- Solid background in Object-Oriented analysis and design.Good at various design patterns (GoF, J2EE patterns etc) and UML.
- Excellent knowledge of XML, SQL, XSL and Web Service.
- Experience in Test Drive Development (TDD) and agile methodology.
Achievements: Convey your achievements in Java/J2EE, which had benefited the application, department or organization. In addition to technical skills bring your personal qualities like passion, ability to communicate effectively with technical staff as well as business users (i.e non-technical), problem solving skills, ability to think in high level as well as drill down to detail, ability to handle pressure, ability to recognize and respond to objectives of an organization, ability to work in a team as well as independently etc. You can also mention your teams' achievements in addition to your specific contribution.
- Migrated a poorly performing and outdated application to Spring, Hibernate, JMS and JSF based system for MQR Banking Ltd.
- Identified and fixed performance and transactional issues for Fine Australia Technology.
- Reduced the monthly commission Java based batch runs from 75 hours to 18 hours at Sure Insurance Corporation .
- Mentored junior developers, provided technical guidance and motivated them to meet the tight deadlines at Online Banking Ltd.
Experience: List your current and previous posts (Most recent first) and how you applied some of the major strengths and highly sought after skills in Java/J2EE. List all the major projects you have worked on and your specific contribution. Also mention where you applied some of the key areas like design, fixing performance issues, concurrency issues, transactional issues, memory leaks etc. Also be aware not to turn this section into only technical stuff. In addition to technical areas mention any team lead experience or mentoring junior developers, how you managed to meet a tight deadline?, how you worked well with the business users? how well you applied your knowledge? etc.