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Java professionals use Java, SQL, JavaScript, PHP, CSS, ASP and other programming languages to design, and maintain applications. Senior Java developers conduct training and assist entry-level employees to learn new skills. They may also act as team leaders. Developers may work on different aspects of a project or be responsible for an entire project.
The responsibilities of a Java professional may include:
• Coordinating with team members
• Completing project assignments in a timely manner
• Maintaining quality and consistency
• Prioritizing assignments
• Reporting on tasks
• Debugging applications
• Remaining current on industry developments
• Working with database applications
• Documenting software specifications
• Analyzing data
• Attending meeting and training sessions


• Methodical and detail oriented
• Independent and focused
• Understand abstract concepts
• Good problem solver
• Superior technical expertise
• Time, planning and project management abilities
• Motivated and enthusiastic
• Good communication skills
• Professional and adaptable
• Honest and reliable


Java Developers need to possess a Computer Science Degree to be competitive on the job market. They may also have certifications, diplomas, or associate degrees. In the programming industry, it is more important for developers and programmers to have strong skills and comprehensive technical knowledge.

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