Java Middleware Software Developer - Stratford London - Technojobs

Java Middleware Software Developer

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13th November 2023


Stratford London


£45000 - £60000



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Job Description

Java Middleware Software Developer

Someone who has excellent Java skills, Spring MVC, Apache CXF, Dozer (a fast and flexible framework for mapping back and forth between Java Beans) & XML:
A minimum of 5 years' work experience in Software Development Experience with implementing service-oriented architecture (SOA) Designs and develops Enterprise application integration (EAI) using any ESB products like Fuse, Camel, TIBCO, IBM message broker Designs and develops ESB/SOA/BPM middleware layers using tools like Mule ESB, jBPM Experienced in J2EE, Java Servlets, JMS, Design Patterns, Web services Solid hands-on experience in architecting and developing J2EE based web applications (JSP, Servlet, JDBC, JMS, JAXB) Expert level experience with SOAP and REST web services , open API development, and SOA concepts, using Spring with groovy, XML, JSON, and XSLT Solid understanding of integration & design patterns Gain adoption of platform delivery processes, standards and procedures Provide hands-on technical leadership throughout software development lifecycle (requirements gathering, Proof of Concept (POC) development, RFP creation and evaluation, design, development, implementation and close out) Experience in Database SQL Queries in Oracle Experience in Tomcat or WebLogic or Web sphere Ability to work independently in Agile Methodology (KanBan) Experience with different open source stacks including build & release processes like Maven, Ant, etc. Experience in JBOSS EAP or Tomcat or WebLogic or Web sphere,JBOSS EAP
The position is based in Stratford East London.

The salary for this role will be £40K - £60K.

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