Open Source has become the technology that businesses of all sizes have begun to build their strategies around.
The days when apps were just built for smartphones is over now and we have a plethora of connected TVs, IoT devices in our homes, location based services, augmented reality, small business, utility, AI embedded and payment apps.
2017 seems to have been the year of DevOps so far but one wonders how many companies have been influenced by the hype without really realising where they should be heading and how.
I'm currently recruiting for strong Backend Java Developers for my end client presenting the opportunity to work with one of the big players in the investment banking sector as they have just had sign off on 2 new projects, looking to build two new scrum teams to work on their banking APIs.
This opportunity will leave you technically challenged, using all up to date cloud technologies such as AWS and Microservices alongside containers such as Docker on their diverse and upcoming greenfield projects.
What to expect;
The chance to work in a diverse team, alongside some of the smartest and most talented developers the country has to offer.
The tech stack you can expect to be using is Java 8 along with SpringBoot frameworks and building REST APIs with a Microservices architecture.
The use of container solutions such as Docker & Kubernetes to store and maintain large amounts of data with the use of continous deployment using Jenkins & build tools such as Maven & Gradle.
Also ensuring to follow SOLID principles and TDD to deliver quality solutions. Alongside this, the company is looking to deploy into more cloud focused work in the near future!
For this role, you would require;
Experience using Java 8 commercially
Experience with Spring & SpringBoot frameworks
Experience with REST APIs - Microservice Architecture & Deploying into cloud AWS
Containers - Docker or Kubernetes
Experience with TDD - JUnit
Salary range for this role is between the £60,000 - £65,000 mark.
If this role sounds like something you'd want to hear more about, make sure to drop me an email at email@example.com or a call on 0207 036 1601.