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WebFOCUS / .NET Programmer Analyst
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U.S. Bank is now hiring a WebFOCUS / .NET Programmer Analyst at our Energy Park Office located in St. Paul, MN.

We are seeking a candidate that will serve as a computer technology expert within a business line. Responsibilities will include coding, testing, debugging, and implementing .NET and WebFOCUS reporting applications that satisfy business requirements and meet performance expectations. This candidate will need to work with business and technology partners to ensure successful and timely completion and installation (including software packaging) of changes and enhancements to the application programs. Other responsibilities include application maintenance/support, requirement analysis, documentation, and ad-hoc requests fulfillment.

If you are interested in moving ahead in the application process, please apply at http://bit.ly/usbank140003728 or contact Kelly Rix at kelly.rix@usbank.com.


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Posts: 8 | Registered: July 27, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I don't understand who combines and works on two different technologies like WebFOCUS and .NET as a programmer for both. Someone who knows .NET programming would not work in field of WebFOCUS.

I see lot of oppportunities saying WebFOCUS&Java Developer, WebFOCUS&Oracle Developer etc..?!!


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We have some WF reports that run against a MSSQL database in we use .NET to build web based forms so uses can simply update the data with out having to learn and run SQL quires.


prod: WF 7.7.03 platform IIS on Windows 2007, databases: Oracle, , MSSQL

 
Posts: 133 | Location: Orlando, FL | Registered: August 04, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have always developed with multiple tools. Back in the FOCUS mainframe days, I also wrote in FORTRAN OR BASIC. Now I develop in WF and Visual BASIC/C#. No one tool does it all. I have been a developer since 1973 and have seen languages come in and out of favor. One constant for me since 1980 has been FOCUS. With it I can stil do more with less effort and coding.


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