Job Description :
Full Stack Java Engineer – Need Java 8, AWS
Irving, TX, 7 Openings
6-9 months

Responsible for creating, extending, and maintaining the connection software platform as new features are expanded to extend our offerings to clients. Heavy emphasis on Java 7 or 8 application/webservices development with practical experience in public cloud.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Maintained established code style and code group/peer review.
Be able to work under the supervision of a more senior engineer, completing tasks with the expected degree of quality in a timely fashion.
Analyze requirements and technical specifications and implement assigned development tasks using various web technologies.
Develop, maintain, and debug cloud based micro-service APIs
Maintain and extend existing on-premise software systems
Be able to dig in and troubleshoot pre and post production issues.

Minimum Qualifications:
BS in Engineering, Computer Science, Information Systems, or other technically related field
Equivalent experience and/or degrees in other technical fields will be evaluated and considered
9+ years of experience in a development position
Strong technical knowledge building mission critical/highly available service-oriented software
Experience working in an agile software development organization; Scrum and/or Kanban
Willingness to learn new technologies - often very quickly
Must have legal right to work in the U.S.

Technical Skills:
Strong technical knowledge building mission critical/highly available service using current generation toolkits such as Spring, Dropwizard, RESTEasy, or Node.JS
Developing and designing web services through APIs using REST, HTTP, JSON/JSONP, etc
9+ years of hands-on, enterprise Java 7/8 development experience
6-12 Months experience of practical, enterprise AWS or public cloud experience
Any Javascript or Node.Js experience is a plus
Working knowledge of reactive programing
Basic technical knowledge of cloud-based systems – covering infrastructure, platform and software as services
Code craftsmanship; rigor in high code quality, automated testing (JUnit, Mockito, Cucumber), and agile engineering best practices