Job Description :
Job Title; Software Engineer
Location: New York, NY
Duration: 12 Months
Rate: Open
You will be responsible for designing and implementing microservices in Java leveraging a framework like Lagom Framework.
You will write test cases using TDD/BDD approach with emphasis on high maintainability.
You will participate in code review sessions - peer reviews and group reviews. You will provide code review sign-off for your peer’s code.
You will demonstrate scalability of your services using mock testing frameworks and other tools.
Participate in the API design sessions and selection of design patterns that are selected for use by the team.
Technical documentation of service API (using Swagger)
Implementing logging, auditability, security, and monitoring features.
You should be able to build lightweight user interface using Angular or React.
MUST: At least a BS degree in Computer Science from a reputed university/college. MS or PhD in Computer Science preferred. Can consider non-CS degrees if there is strong relevant experience.
MUST: Deep knowledge and expertise in Java programming - you should rate yourself 8 out of 10 or higher and be able to demonstrate during the hiring process. Any experience with .NET Framework/C# is a plus but not required.
MUST: Experience working through entire lifecycle of at least one large complex application build-out and delivery for either a large financial organization or a top-class technology product team.
2-5 years of experience in the role of software engineer. Experience building a truly distributed architecture based system, especially involving large data volumes and real-time distribution will be huge plus.
Knowledge of CI/CD, DevOps tool chain, and a test-driven approach to agile delivery is expected.
Experience with implementing middle-tier data caching solutions (e.g. Gemfire or Apache Ignite) and/or designing/delivering messaging-based solutions (e.g. Kafka) is a plus.
Knowledge of modern architectures based on microservices, REST APIs, NoSQL stores (e.g. Cassandra), and event-based architecture will be key.