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This Week in Java Careers: Which Companies Are Hiring?

Make your next career move by checking out this week's roundup of the latest job opportunities for Java developers.

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DZone Jobs launched earlier this month, and there are already some excellent opportunities for Java developers who are looking for their next career move. New jobs are being added daily, so we've started a weekly roundup to highlight these new positions. We encourage you to check these jobs out, as you may just find the perfect next career step. 

Site Reliability Engineer - Founding Team Member
Splice Machine
Location: San Francisco, CA
Experience: Demonstrated ability to write programs using a high-level programming language like: Java, Python, Ruby, Go or C++

Senior Java Developer
Sapient Global Markets
Location: New York, NY
Experience: Proficient in OOPS, Design Patterns, and Data Structures.

Parasoft Corporation
Parasoft Corporation
Location: Anywhere
Experience: Experience with embedded environments such as Wind River Workbench, ARM Workbench, QNX Momentics, Greenhills, and/or TI Code Composer

Solutions Engineer
Location: 100% Remote
Experience: 3+ years in software development

Location: Redmond, WA
Experience: 5+ years of server-side application development experience

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