Euristiq is seeking a skilled backend specialist to become an integral part of the forest management project for a Finnish client. This opportunity entails a long-term collaboration with a leading European company specializing in sustainable forestry. The client focuses on the sale of waterfront plots while prioritizing the minimization of environmental impacts and the preservation of forest biodiversity.
The ideal candidate is expected to demonstrate a robust understanding of Java, grounded in practical experience, and should be capable of working autonomously. The project involves tasks related to migration and modernization practices, highlighting the importance of a proficient and self-sufficient expert.
- Working with a legacy GWT application, providing support and maintenance
- Suggesting architecture improvements or designing new architecture from scratch if needed
- Improving test coverage to cover critical parts to avoid manual regression testing
- Automating deployment to speed up release cycles and maintain quality
- Migrating GlassFish to WildFly, Java 7 to Java 8; moving to AWS EC2/RDS
- Using Kanban/Scrum and defining the scope for the future sprint upfront
- 7+ years of commercial experience with Java
- Experience with Hibernate, Spring, FlyWay, Maven, Apache Ant
- Experience with relational databases (MSSQL)
- Strong experience in client-side scripting, event handling, and asynchronous programming
- Ability to communicate complex information clearly and simply
- At least Intermediate Strong English, both spoken and written
Would be a plus
- Knowledge or at least readiness to explore GWT
- Hands-on experience with AWS (EC2, RDS, etc.)
- Experience in Spring upgrade
- Education: Degree in Computer Science or similar
- CV Screening
- HR Interview
- English Speaking Evaluation
- Tech Interview
- Background Check
- Client Interview
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