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We are a startup with the aim of revolutionising the trade fair and events sector. Our concept uses Big Data to digitise trade fairs and thus optimise the visitor experience and exhibitor ROI.\n\nWe are looking for developers who want to be part of this journey and help build something big. As our product is in a nascent stage, candidates should show initiative and feel comfortable in developing a product from scratch. Given that our market is global and the need to interact with people from all over the world, an advanced knowledge of English is a must. We are open to profiles with different ranges of experience.\n\n\nWe are looking for candidates with the following profile:\n* Engineering, IT or equivalent experience\n* 3 years of relevant experience using the Spring framework\n* Advanced knowledge of Java 8 and SQL\n* Knowledge of data structures, design patterns and writing of clean, robust, reusable code\n* Experience working on REST APIs and on scalability and security aspects\n* Familiar with Agile frameworks such as Scrum\n\nIn addition, the following will be valued:\n* Experience in cloud computing technologies (AWS, Docker)\n* Experience in TDD/BDD and CI/CD\n* Experience in front-end application development\n\n\n#Location\nπŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί EU-only


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