01/01: Technical Skills

Category: General
Posted by: bagheljas
Architecture, Processes and Compliance Framework: PCI, SOX, HIPPA, FIPS 140, Section 508, CMMI, SDLC (Agile, Scrum, Iterative, and Waterfall), ITIL, COBIT, FEA, TOGAF, Zachman, and DoDAF

Programming Languages: JAVA, JSP, WLST, C, C#, C++, ColdFusion, Flex (MXML, and Action Script), FORTRAN, HTML, JavaScript, Perl, PHP, Ruby, SQL, UML, XML (DTD, XSD, XML Namespaces, XQuery, XPath, XPointer, XLink, and XSLT), and UNIX & DOS Shell Script

Application and Software Technologies: J2EE (Spring, JavaBeans, JWS, JMS, JAXP, JDBC, JPA, JPQL, Hibernate, JCA, JSSE, JCE, JAAS, EJB, Servlets, Log4j, JSP, AJAX, YUI, GWT, Xerces, HttpClient and RMI), ColdFusion MX, Adobe Flash Builder, CMS, CVS, Subversion, TeamSite, RedDot, ClearCase, Puppet, Chef, TOAD, MS-Office, Eclipse, MS Visual Studio, MS-Project, Visio, Rational Rose, WebLogic Platform, AquaLogic Service Bus, Tomcat, JRUN, JBOSS, ATG Dynamo, Oracle Application Express, Oracle SOA Suite BPEL Process Manager, ActiveMQ, WebTrends, Omniture, NetTracker, Silk Performer, dynaTrace, Gomez, Mercury BAC, Keynote, Load Runner, JMeter, Nagios, LogLogic, Splunk, Syslog, NativeMind, MediaWiki, Knova/Consona CRM, HTTP(S), Cookie, REST, SOAP, JSON, BPEL, ESB, SSL, PKI, IPsec, Encrypted File System, SSL Tunnel, SSH and SFTP, Virtualization, Cloud Computing (SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS), Big Data, SAP HANA, Hadoop (HDFS, Map Reduce, Hive, Flume, Sqoop, Zookeeper, Oozie, Pig, Mahout), Distributed Computing, Clustering, Load Sharing, Oracle RAC, GSLB, LTM, GTM, DNS, L7 and L4 Load Balancers, Mail Servers(MX, SMTP and SPF), Reverse and Forward Proxy, Firewall, iPlanet, AOL, IIS, and Apache Web Servers

Databases: NoSQL (Hbase, Cassandra), Oracle, MySQL, MS SQL, Sybase, and LDAP

Operating Systems: Linux, Unix, Mac OS, and Windows

Hardware: Macintosh, Dell, IBM, HP, and Sun

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