Java Developer Cover Letter

Stephen Carney

436 Main Street,
San Francisco, CA 98412

Phone: 022-674-983
Email: [email protected]

Dear Hiring Manager,

As a talented and proficient Java developer, I read you’re posting online and came to know there is an opening for a new java developer in your company. My experience aligns well with the qualification you are looking for and I am certain I could make a valuable addition to your organization. I have been employed in the IT sector for the past 7 years. I have the required experience and knowledge that makes me excel.

In my current position, I have shown a knack for leveraging Java, J2EE, and Spring to craft user-friendly web applications. I have demonstrated my ability to drastically improve existing apps by identifying bugs, streamlining code, and adding functionalities. During my career, I have consistently delivered results that exceeded the client’s expectations. I have improved the runtime of an application for top clients by 65% by conducting comprehensive performance testing and reduced memory consumption of multiple apps by 50% through code optimization. I have departmental coordination abilities, expertise in all computer applications and programs, excellent capabilities in maintenance, and installation of programs. As a Java programmer, I realize that in-depth knowledge of all java applications and functions are key to this position.

Although I have specialized in Java, I am fluent in several programming languages, frameworks, and software. As a part of a local initiative, I have been using this knowledge to teach coding to teens at a community center. These personal qualities and solid educational foundation make me the ideal candidate for your position. I am interested in working for a company that has an excellent reputation. It would be a great pleasure to meet you and discuss the said position in person. Please review my attached resume and allow me to discuss my credentials with you further at your earliest convenience.

Thank you for your consideration.

Stephen Carney

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