Java Lead Developer/ Sr. Java Developers (Locals)
Waltham , MA 02451
Posted 3 months ago
Lead Java Developer
One of the things that the hiring manage is looking for in this role is someone who is native English speaking. The reason being is they need to analyze and interpret the data and if English is a second language they would not analyze and interpret the same.
Candidates that are local to MA and the manager likes to see good schools and career progression.
Be a major player in a company that's a pioneer in semantic technology
Work with cool technologies like Hadoop, Solr and Cassandra
Work with enormous data sets. Our database has over 10 billion records extracted from the Web
Learn data mining and machine learning techniques, such as Bayesian classifiers
Want to learn about what data science means in the real world?
Solve interesting and challenging problems alongside a great team of engineers
Develop new skills as you push your knowledge - and our technology - to new levels
Work for a profitable, growing company that works with an impressive Fortune 500 client list
Work on helping build/maintain/clean our platform of business person and company data, processing millions of records per day and billions of records overall.Requirements:
Must have a strong knowledge of Java
Preferred experience with: Java EE, JMS, Hibernate, Spring, Junit
Eager to learn new technologies such as Hadoop, Cassandra, Solr, Jenkins, etc.
Interested in technologies/techniques like data mining, machine learning, clustering/tag clouds, etc.
Experience with NoSQL data stores is a plus
Experience with big data and data analysis or data science is a plus
Minimum 5-8 years experience in software development
A mindset that research should lead to actionable results
Excited to tell us why you want to work here and what kinds of challenges you're looking for
Can talk intelligently and passionately about the interesting challenges your projects presented
A sense of humor and perspective
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Spring and Hibernate and Cassandra or mongo