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Java Developer | £70,000 | Remote
This successful data driven company are leaders in sports betting and trading technology. Using their complex algorithm, they are able to provide their customers with invaluable research, data and support to the sporting industry through their team of data scientists and software engineers.
The company are now looking for driven, hands-on Java Developers across all skill levels to help with the development of their existing platform as well as helping with greenfield projects on their mission for global expansion across multiple sports. In return, you will benefit from an opportunity to work with a modern tech stack, an attractive benefits package and unrivalled career progression opportunities.
The role
  • Using your hands on Java development experience you will be building out the existing platform.
  • In addition, you will also be working on greenfield products to assist in the company's mission for expansion across multiple sports.
The candidate
  • Previous experience in a hands on development role using Java.
  • Previous experience with Spring and AWS.
  • Exposure to AMQ, Kafka or similar messaging/ streams based technology.
  • Familiar with microservice architecture and event driven patterns.
  • Are a natural problem solver and enjoy challenging yourself.
  • Are capable of operating in fast-paced environments.
  • Enjoys working in teams and is an excellent communicator who can relay the complexity of the project on to stakeholders.
Java Developer | £70,000 | Remote
If you are a Java Developer and this opportunity sounds of interest to you, please apply now!

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