Oracle jobs

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  • Java Developer - (Central London & Client Sites)

    Fruitful Business Services in London (EC1V), United Kingdom

    They currently specialise in building bespoke projects in Java, Excel, Access/MySQL/Oracle/M...

  • C++ Unix Developer

    Flexton Inc. in San Jose, United States

    * Work closely with business partners and internal product management to acquire a deep unde...

  • Java / J2EE Developer

    Yell Group in Reading, United Kingdom

    We are looking for a number of java developers to work on yell.com and our new review site

  • C#/.NET Developer / Scrum Master

    LANDesk in Woking, United Kingdom

    The successful candidate will have exceptional technical and problem solving skills, with a ...

  • .NET Software Engineer

    Wiggle in London, United Kingdom

    Wiggle.co.uk is looking for a kick ass software engineer with extensive knowledge of the .NE...

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