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ASP.Net web services

January 12th, 2011

ASP.Net web services

ASP.Net Programming is the fastest growing web development platform in the world today. Asp.net web applications are faster and provide better performance to your web applications. The .net developers make usage of advanced compilation and caching techniques to thereby making server applications faster in .NET Framework. Asp.net web development services also helps in increasing developer’s productivity. The .NET developers reap huge productivity gains by using .net class libraries helping in over all memory management. Asp.net web services helps in integration with Existing Systems to build dynamic web applications and also facilitates easy deployment. Asp.net web applications ensure mobility support and integration of over 20 programming languages to choose the best among them. Asp.net technology allows us to carry on the WEB almost all software solutions. You will be able to share any services and resources with users and customers. ASP.Net Programming, an advanced technology similar to the ASP Programming will automatically detect any changes, and then it will dynamically compile the files if needed, and stores the compiled results to reuse for subsequent requests. The dynamic compilation ensures that your application is always up to date, and this compiled execution makes it fast. The simplicity and speed of ASP.Net applications meets the highest modern standards. ASP.NET takes care of detecting the type of browser and browser compatibility issues when it generates code for a server control. The benefits of asp.net web services are it facilitates high speed of development, availability of cross-platform migration, increased productivity, reliability, security, access to the opportunities of .NET Framework Library, relatively short learning curve for developers, easy configurations of applications and security. ASP.Net technology helps in displaying data, validating user input, and uploading files in an easy way. The best feature of this is that it works in all browsers including Netscape, Opera, AOL, and Internet Explorer.

If you are looking to HIRE ASP .NET developer or Hire ASP.NET Programmer with very good experience in full life-cycle of Asp.net projects, then you are at the right place. Why Hire an ASP.NET programmer from Us? We give a lot of importance to customer satisfaction. ProVisionTech has been able to draw a profound line of quality work in ASP.NET development across the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

If you would like to hire asp.net developers or asp.net programmers, please Contact Us to work out the specific details for your asp.net requirements or call us at 972-200-7171. We will be glad to share our expertise with you.

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Direct-hire Sr. Oracle DBA

Description:

* Experience  in the development of logical/physical Oracle RAC databases

* Experience with Oracle Enterprise Manager

* Identify architectural issues and propose alternatives

* Perform data modeling and process modeling

* Maintain and monitor 40+ databases

* Install upgrades and patches to existing databases

* Identify bottlenecks and perform database tuning

* Clone, copy and refresh databases from production environments to test environments utilizing automated scripts

* Implement, tune and manage RMan backup processes

* Administration experience in working with vendor supported applications

* Support the activities required to build and maintain customer relationships

* Look for opportunities to take advantage of leading edge technology within the workplace

* Perform system analysis and identify solutions to technical problems.

Requirements:

* Experience  in the development of logical/physical Oracle RAC databases

* Experience with Oracle Enterprise Manager

* Identify architectural issues and propose alternatives

* Perform data modeling and process modeling

* Maintain and monitor 40+ databases

* Install upgrades and patches to existing databases

* Identify bottlenecks and perform database tuning

* Clone, copy and refresh databases from production environments to test environments utilizing automated scripts

* Implement, tune and manage RMan backup processes

* Administration experience in working with vendor supported applications

* Support the activities required to build and maintain customer relationships

* Look for opportunities to take advantage of leading edge technology within the workplace

* Perform system analysis and identify solutions to technical problems.

If you have this experience, feel you are a fit for this position, and are interested, please answer the questions below:

1) Do you have an updated Word copy of your resume?

2) What is your availability to start?

3) Are you open to a contract-to-hire position?

4) What is your current salary or pay rate?

5) Are you currently eligible to work for any employer in the US?

6) When is the best time to contact you and what # can you be reached at for this opportunity?

We pay for referrals, so if this opportunity is not a good match for your skills or you are not available but know someone who is, please forward this link to them.

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In the US, there is no universally-recognized, formal certification process required to be a programmer. Some programmers are graduates of CIS (Computer and Information Science) programs, some are engineers and many are neither.Novell and Microsoft have tried to create proprietary certification with their CNE (Certified Network Engineer) and MCSE (Microsoft Certified System Engineer) training.

Many states have made using such titles illegal because they mislead the public on who is really an engineer.  Graduates of CNE & MCSE training are not required to have an ABET-accredited engineering degree or a PE (Professional Engineer) license so they cannot be called engineers.

This effort is in the public interest because software impacts public safety. By way of information, Ohio has rendered the MCSE and CNE titles unusable unless you are an actual engineer. Nevada also has strict engineer title laws.

The “science” of computer science has a long way to go. Few truly useful software development paradigms exist and the graduates are not adequately trained in their use or are even aware of their existence.

The professors themselves are ignorant of current software development practices and have little to offer their students in the way of helpful suggestions.

Having been a Computer Engineering professor at a large university, I can personally attest to the appalling lack of understanding of software engineering issues on the part of a few of my former colleagues.  Scary, really.

Some organizations, such as Carnegie-Mellon’s SEI (Software Engineering Institute) are combating this widespread ignorance. Local SPIN groups (Software Process Improvement Network), an outgrowth of CMU’s SEI, are also assisting in this effort.

However, as long as time-to-market issues dominate software development (rather than safety or correctness), there will be little incentive to change.

Software engineers, on the other hand, have a lot more science and technology background than do programmers or computer science majors. Because they are degreed engineers, they have the ABET-approved engineering core which includes physics, chemistry, math, thermodynamics, material science, engineering design, etc. Software engineers, at the graduate level, also learn project management and other business aspects of the software design and production process.

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Job opportunities for technology professionals are fluctuating in the United States, but programming and development skills are hot across the country–especially in Java/J2EE. In New York City, IT managers and networking analysts have also seen a sharp increase in demand.

If you can code, you can get work.

Demand for C#, Java/J2EE, .Net, Oracle, Sharepoint and SAP skills are very high, according to a July report from IT job board Dice, which surveyed recruiters and human resource professionals.

“Not only is demand strong for these professionals, but these positions as a group pay on average $10,000 more than the average national paycheck for tech professionals,” said Tom Silver, senior vice president of Dice, in a statement. “And confirming their coveted in-demand status, these IT pros are receiving double the pay raise this year, as compared to technology professionals as a whole.”

The No. 1 programming and development skill in demand is Java/J2EE with more than 14,000 open job positions nationally, according to Dice.

“Java/J2EE professionals are tough to recruit with one respondent noting there are just not enough developers on the market and too many openings,” said Silver. “For .Net programmers experience is key, as hiring managers are looking for IT professionals who’ve demonstrated their prowess in this framework. And for those with C# know-how, the average paycheck is $89,400 and there are open positions in 48 states including Alabama, Texas, New York and California.”

Other skills in demand include security analysts of all flavors and those with federal security clearances and database administrators. The single largest metropolitan area in the United States with IT job demand is New York City with more than 8,200 openings. In second place, Washington, D.C., with 7,400 which is followed by Silicon Valley at 4,400; Chicago and Los Angeles have more than 2,800 each; Atlanta, Seattle and Dallas have more than 2,000 each; And, lastly, Philadelphia has more than 1,600 openings.

In New York City, job openings have climbed mightily for IT management and network communication analysts, which have grown by more than 60 percent, according to government figures analyzed by Pace University, which published its quarterly Pace/Skillproof IT Index report in July.

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