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Java Developer

Posted 3 months ago by Karolina Edensten
Stockholm
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Job Description

Our Client are looking to strengthen their engineering area who are working with their new UI, that is used by customer service representatives, store agents and external retail partners.

As a Java Software Engineer, you will work in one of our client´s development teams that is continuing to expand a newly built application that is used by their managed channels. The application is a stateless microservices middleware written in Spring boot 2 / Java 11 and is hosted using Kubernetes. It interfaces with APIs from various teams within the company as well as with external partners. This application is a part of a complex IT-telecom infrastructure with many dependencies.

Close communication and collaborations with multiple teams that connect the whole user journey will be crucial. A good understanding of Data models and relationships will also be important.

 

To succeed in the role: 

  • You are humble, respectful, and you accomplish as a team.
  • You are structured and highly committed in what you do.
  • You balance speed of delivery with quality, and you take care of the long-term health of the code base you are building.
  • You seek out code reviews and are excited about pairing and mob programming.
  • You understand the value of continuous improvement and challenging status quo.
  • You enjoy learning new things and sharing knowledge with your colleagues.

 

Required: 

  • Java 8/11
  • Junit (TDD)
  • Experience of working with HTTP/Restful APIs
  • Understanding of CI/CD
  • Working knowledge of Git

 

Preferred: 

  • Spring boot (or core Spring framework)
  • Maven
  • Mockito
  • Kubernetes
  • Elastic Stack (Kibana, APM or similar log aggregation/tracing tools)
  • Grafana / Prometheus (or similar monitoring tools)
  • Postman/Curl (or similar API testing tools)
  • Swagger
  • Jenkins
  • Working knowledge of Pull requests in GitHub

 

Experience of working with TMForum OpenAPIs will be highly valued (but not required)