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Java Microservices Engineer

Job Title: Java Microservices Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Germany, Germany
Industry:
Salary: €500 - €700 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months +Scope
REF: MicroService - Ger_1506359280
Contact Name: Oliver Black
Contact Email: oliverb@montash.com
Job Published: 23 days ago

Job Description

Your Responsibilities;

  • Analytical skills and conceptual & architectural understanding
  • TDD & test automation
  • Experience in Developing applications using the latest Java technologies
  • Continuous delivery and deployment
  • Development of Micro services in Java
  • Build, Containerisation, and Deployment of Cloud Native Applications using Docker & Jenkins

Key Skills;

  • Backend Development Java 8
  • Containerisatrion skills, specifcally Docker
  • Tooling: Git, Maven & Jenkins etc…
  • DevOps mindset
  • Agile & Scrum

No applications from candidates outside the EU will be considered for this position by the client. Please only apply if you are eligible to work in Germany

Key Words: Micro-services Developer / Java 8 / Docker/ Jenkins / Maven / Git / DevOps / Germany



Please apply now for immediate consideration.

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