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Java Developer (Permanent)
 
Title: Java Developer (Permanent)
Category: IT/Software Development
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
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Description:
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Essential: Fuse, Apache Camel, Java, Tomcat, JUnit, Powermock , Mockito, Maven, XML, Spring, Postgres, TDD, REST and SOAP Web Services, Agile (Scrum)

A unique development opportunity to work on a Microservice Based Large Scale Architecture with an innovative market leader as a Senior Java Developer

Require a Senior Java developer with strong OO experience to develop new features for our portfolio of J2EE products. You will join a team that prides itself on collaboration and engineering the best possible Fuse & Java J2EE code.

Requirements

Essential:

At least 8 to 10 years of hands-on experience with large scale java j2ee ecommerce projects. Experience in large scale integration projects involving messaging, web-services and distributed systems. Extensive experience with web-services - (SOAP and RESTful) Extensive experience with testing frameworks like JUnit, Mockito, Powermock, JMock, DBUnit. Agile development methods – Scrum, Kanban, TDD, BDD etc Extensive experience of Continuous Integration methodologies – Maven, GIT, Jenkins, SonarQube Excellent experience of working with Apache Camel Experience of working with Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Skyscape and VMware vSphere virtual infrastructure Desired

Experience of working with Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Skyscape and VMware vSphere virtual infrastructure
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