*Role : Sr. MuleSoft Developer* *Location : Philadelphia, PA*
*Duration : 1 year* *Mode of Interview : Phone or Skype.* *VISA: No H1B* *Job description:* *Duties:* - Implement APIs as per the design specification. - Build, orchestrate, and deploy complex integration patterns between system, process, and experience layers. - Interpret requirements to develop Mule services and integrations in continuous integration/continuous deployment using Agile methodology. - Participate in the design and delivery of Comcast Mule projects on integration with customers/clients. - Identify, analyze and develop interfaces and flows. - Identify and communicate technical problems, processes, and solutions. Key Success Measures *Skills:* - Must have 10+ years of US Experience. - Experience working for Communication companies a big plus. - Must have 6+ years of hands-on experience with MuleSoft CloudHub, and API Management. - Must have 5+ years of experience working with Integration Solutions - Must have 5+ with Mulesoft product Suite. - Must have hands on experience with Mule 3.7+ with both on-premises servers and CloudHub. - Expert knowledge in XML, SOAP, WSDL, RAML Hands on experience in large scale SOA design, development, and deployment. Experience with API management technology - Must have extensive experience designing. and developing enterprise services using RAML in Mule, REST based APIs, SOAP Web Services and use of different mule connectors. - Must have experience Configuring APIs, proxy endpoints, API portals and API analytics based on technical specifications with MuleSoft API manager. - Must have experience performing integration use cases involving multiple systems and complex business logic tying in system, process, and experience API layers Deep understanding of REST, HTTP, MQ, JSON, XML, and SOA. - Experience in Continuous integration and Continuous deployment using Maven, Jenkins, BitBucket, GIT and Mulesoft. - Strong experience in at least one of the Java, C++, C# programming languages *Regards , * *Akshita | ** KPG99,INC <http://www.kpg99.com/>* *3240 E State, St Ext | Hamilton, NJ 08619 609-681-2602 || aksh...@kpgtech.com <aksh...@kpgtech.com>* -- Are you =EXP(E:RT) or =NOT(EXP(E:RT)) in Excel? And do you wanna be? It’s =TIME(2,DO:IT,N:OW) ! Join official Facebook page of this forum @ https://www.facebook.com/discussexcel FORUM RULES 1) Use concise, accurate thread titles. Poor thread titles, like Please Help, Urgent, Need Help, Formula Problem, Code Problem, and Need Advice will not get quick attention or may not be answered. 2) Don't post a question in the thread of another member. 3) Don't post questions regarding breaking or bypassing any security measure. 4) Acknowledge the responses you receive, good or bad. 5) Jobs posting is not allowed. 6) Sharing copyrighted material and their links is not allowed. NOTE : Don't ever post confidential data in a workbook. Forum owners and members are not responsible for any loss. --- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "MS EXCEL AND VBA MACROS" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to excel-macros+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To post to this group, send email to email@example.com. Visit this group at https://groups.google.com/group/excel-macros. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.