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\nDo you enjoy any of the following?\n\n\n* Solving complex problems.\n\n* Experience with implementing non-trivial infrastructure code.\n\n* Creating well crafted and thoroughly tested features, taking full-responsibility from the design phase.\n\n* Paying attention to all aspects of code quality, from clean-code, to allocation-rates.\n\n* Digging into mechanical sympathy concepts.\n\n* Delivering a technical presentation at a conference.\n\n\n\n\nAt Hazelcast you will work with the best engineers out there. \n\n\n* Who delve into JVM code.\n\n* Who implement and scrutinize garbage collection algorithms.\n\n* Who take any piece of software and multiply its performance by applying deep technical understanding. \n\n* Who regularly squash bugs in the depths of a JVM.\n\n\n\n\nWe are looking for people who can deliver solid production code. You may either work in our office in London, Istanbul or code remotely from a home office located in Europe.\n\nWith hazelcast.org you will work on an exciting open-source project that rocks the scene of distributed caching and computing\n\nSkills & Requirements\n\nWe would like you to:\n\n\n* Be a senior Java engineer - including all aspects connected to it.\n\n* Have great networking, distributed systems, concurrency, serialisation, garbage-collection skills.\n\n* Be skeptical yet always open to new concepts.\n\n* Have strong opinions about software quality.\n\n* Be an excellent communicator in written and spoken English.\n\n* Polyglot developers with Node.js and Java experience are welcomed (Python, C#, and C++ experience is a massive plus)\n\n\n
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