Me: Daniel Hoffman I am a Staffing Manager/Recruiter for Manifest
Techonology , and I focus on long-term relationships with my candidates
and clients. My hope is that you will be able to call me for years and
that I will be here to help you out whether I place you or not
Position:Java Developer With Strong REST (restful service) Experience
We have many projects running in parallel including Cloud technologies,
Infrastructure automation, and SOA REST based web applications.
· At least five years of relevant systems software engineering
· Experience with large-scale distributed systems and client-server
· Developing Spring/Java/Maven applications
· Aggressive Refactoring
· High comfort level with Unix
· Object Oriented Programming and Service Oriented Architecture
· Java Script and Groovy experience
· BS/MS in computer science or engineering (or equivalent
· Experience as a Technical Lead on a complex distributed systems
· Experience with Cloud Computing platforms (e.g. Amazon AWS,
Microsoft Azure, Google App Engine, Hadoop, etc.)
· Pair Programming (Social skills)
· Test Driven Development (TDD)
· Infrastructure Automation (Chef in particular)
· Experience with testing frameworks (JUnit and JBehave in
Project Overview: In this role, you will be a critical member of the team
building the foundation for Client next generation web platform. You'll
support and extend running applications & assist in the design and
development of new applications. You'll be expected to evaluate and
refactor in a rapid manner for every part of our infrastructure. Overall
knowledge of designing an application to run on a scalable platform is
expected. You will be working in an agile environment which means
test-driven development and pair programming. We are evolving towards a
dev/ops model, with our development teams engaged in monitoring, optimizing
and supporting our production environments.
Write Up Criteria (Q&A): Must be submitted with resume, no exceptions.
1. Based on your experience, what is your most- and least-favorite thing
about pair programming?
2. How much pairing would you do in a typical day of your ideal job?
3. If you don’t have experience pair programming, are you interested in
trying it? What do you think the benefits will be?
4. How often do you refactor?
Thanks & Regards
Daniel Hoffman - Staffing Manager
"Working today to plan tomorrow"
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