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Anahata provides onsite and offsite Oracle Certified Java Developers with different degrees of experience. Ranging from junior developers to 10+ year experience Oracle Certified Java Enterprise Edition Architects, Anahata can provide or source the java developer that you need.

All our developers are Oracle certified and Anahata is an Oracle Java 8 Enterprise Edition Specialized Gold Partner.

  • Oracle Certified Java Architect (10 + years)
  • Oracle Certified Java Tech Lead (8-10 years)
  • Oracle Certified Senior Java Developer (6 - 7 years)
  • Oracle Certified Java Developer (3 - 5 years)
  • Oracle Certified Junior Java Developer (1 - 2 years)

The above resources can be provided in any of the following modalities.

  • On site
  • Off site + On Shore
  • Off site + Off Shore

Please see Our Rates page for information on pricing

Why Java?

Java is a cross platform technology developed through a community process called the Java Community Process or JCP.

The world’s major software vendors are part of the Java Community Process and the development and evolution of the Java platform is based on input from the JCP Expert Group and the Java community as a whole which counts -according to Oracle- with 9 million java developers worldwide.

As opposed to proprietary platforms like Microsoft .NET, which is solely governed by Microsoft and is therefore driven by the interests of a single vendor, the Java Community Process governance ensures that any decisions regarding the evolution of the Java Platform are in the interest of the majority of vendors and the Java community with the intention to avoid vendor lock-in scenarios.

Java allows business systems to be written under a single programming language, yet be compatible with Linux, Windows and Mac.

Today, there are a number of open source projects that provide cross platform compatibility on mobile devices using the Java programming language but JCP backed support for mobile platforms is scheduled to be release with Java 9.

http://openjdk.java.net/projects/mobile/