Full Stack Java Developer
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Full Stack Java Developer
Ref No.: 18-02403
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Position Type:Right to Hire
Infinity Consulting solutions (ICS) is seeking an expert in in Full Stack design technique as well as experience working across large environments with multiple operating systems/infrastructure for large-scale programs (e.g., Expert Engineers) starting to be firm-wide resources working on projects across banking.
- Is multi-skilled with expertise across software development lifecycle and toolset.
- May be recognized as a leader in Agile and cultivating teams working in Agile frameworks
- Sought out as coach for at least one technical skill.
- Strong understanding of techniques such as Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, Test
Driven Development, Cloud Development, resiliency, security.
- Stays abreast of cutting edge technologies/trends and uses experience to influence application of those technologies/trends to support the business; may give speeches and outside the firm, writes articles.
- Writing mission critical software in the core technologies listed below
- Creating Automated Unit Tests using Flexible/Open Source Frameworks
- Digesting Business Requirements and designing new modules/functionality in partnership with SMEs

- Ability to understand business processes and map them to solutions
- Working with global team of developers; operational business SMEs and users
- Excellent Core Java (version 8) with knowledge of Java 1.8 features
-Java Frameworks i.e. Spring; Hibernate
-Spring Boot

- RESTful microservices
- No-SQL database technologies; preferably Apache Cassandra
- Log Management with Splunk or ELK
- Apache Tomcat
- Experience working with a Distributed Cache (Gemfire, Hazel, Memcache)
- Multi-threaded Programming and Transaction Handling (JMS, Database)
- Source code control software (e.g. Git, subversion),
- Google Protocol buffers or similar binary message transport
- Experience working on high throughput mission critical high performance platforms which have low error rates
- Some RDBMS experience exposure