ABOUT OUR CLIENT
The company we are working with started his business in 2009 with their network scanner app, which has been downloaded by more than 20 million people. They build a device for network security, consumer-grade troubleshooting and home protection. Our client is looking for passionate engineers that are self-driven, experienced and eager to continuously learn new technologies. The R&D team, based in Rome, works with Big Data and Mobile Development striving to improve and perfect their product.
WHAT PROFILE ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
We are looking for a Full Stack Software Engineer, who will contribute to build the product Cloud platform, integrating it with the computing agents and the Data Platform. The ideal candidate has a strong experience with Java development and an in-depth knowledge of object-oriented design, multithreading, data structures and functional programming.
WHAT SKILLS WILL WE VERIFY?
- Excellent knowledge of Java programming and OOD
- Experience with Serialization, Generics, Lambdas, Memory Management.
- Knowledge of relational database design, SQL constructs and database optimization techniques.
- Expertise of web UI development using one or more Web toolkit.
- Familiarity with Git and Maven
- Knowledge of continuous integration and delivery practices
THE FOLLOWING WILL BE CONSIDERED A PLUS
- Knowledge of authentication protocols such as OAuth
- Knowledge of D3JS for interactive web charts and data exploration.
- Knowledge of grammars and language parsers
- Experience with popular open source libraries such as Apache Commons, logging libraries, dependency injection tools, Google Protocol Buffers, etc.
- Experience with profiler tools (YourKit, JProfiler, JStack) for performance analysis and optimization
- Proven knowledge of Android app development.
- Experience with functional programming with Scala Experience on Big Data open source frameworks like Hadoop, Spark, Flink, Kafka.
- Hands-on experience with writing SDK and API documentation for other developers.
- Contribution to Open-Source projects