About this job
- Join a small and elite team of developers who, every month, release a new version of an enterprise-class software that runs on a combination of 2x3x3 platforms and connects to many more.
Design and implement awesome new features developed through both in-house creativity and customer-driven innovation.
Work with customers worldwide and push the limits of product innovation in cooperation with developers and partners.
Rapidly iterate on a product that's deployed on major operating systems, enterprise databases and browsers.
Excellent coding skills in Java.
A disciplined approach to testing and quality assurance.
Experience with web infrastructure.
Experience with software engineering best practices.
B.Sc. or higher in Computer Science (or equivalent work experience).
Previous exposure to enterprise software.
A willingness to work hard in a small team with global ambitions.
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Test scenario (developer/consultant). Do your homework and increase your chances of getting hired:
Using your favorite OS and virtualisation software, create a virtual server.
Install mysql, jdk and atlassian confluence.
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Self-assessment questions for a technical consultant
If you can answer the majority of the following questions or are able to google the right answers but would like to learn more without having to just search the web - send us your CV.
How would you find all the java processes that are running in your favourite Unix/Linux distribution and close them?
How would you make a new script file executable?
How would you set the default character set in your favourite database engine?
How would you migrate the content of your favourite database from one environment to another?
How would you fix the error "java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: PermGen space"?
How would you define a Tomcat data source to your favourite database?
What would you need (access information and tool) to connect to an LDAP and list its structure?
What query would you use to find all users from an LDAP?
What do you need for a configuration of a web application to run over HTTPS?
What is the most common single sign on method for a Windows network?