Description
Hacker Works
Expired job posting.
Back-End Developer
We are building sophisticated full-stack solutions for scale and long-term maintainability and we're looking for someone to join our full-stack team of hackers and help us build well-crafted back-ends.

Technical requirements:
- Java
- OOP design skills
- Spring, Guice or another dependency injection framework
- relational databases and object-relational mapping (experience with Hibernate or others)
- automated unit and integration testing

Seniority requirements:

You are:
- an amazing troubleshooter
- able to solve hard problems (the ones that you won’t gonna find on StackOverflow)
- able and expected to design solutions
- able and expected to mentor junior and intermediate developers

You value:
- the development of a domain model and language and iterative refactoring towards deeper insight
- the importance of the architecture and the abstractions that build up the software
- tested code and verifying correctness through automated tests

You know how to:
- deliver working products and meet deadlines

You know what:
- corners can be cut and what corners should never be cut

You can and will:
- push back a problematic requirement if you know what the problems with it will be and can explain the same to the non-technical people

You have:
- good understanding in at least one technology stack of your choice

Some familiarity and understanding of the following tools:
- git
- Maven or other Java build tools
- Jenkins
- logging
- ssh
- shell scripting and command line tools

Working experience with the any of the following is a big plus:
- functional programming and confidence with a functional programming language (Scala, Haskell, Clojure, Erlang or other). You can become part of our Scala team
- concurrency models (multithreading, Actor model, CSP, concurrency abstractions, etc)
- messaging technologies
- performance testing
- NoSQL databases (e.g. Cassandra)
- big data technologies
- Linux-based systems in production
- deploying and troubleshooting of Java application servers (e.g. Tomcat)
- Amazon AWS (EC2, RDS, S3, CloudFront, etc.)