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Backend API developer

Posted 5 January by RecWorks Limited Ended

My client is currently searching for a Backend API developer to continue the success of their mobile-first, design-led and cloud-based mapping and note recording system. The two co-founders have grown several successful multi-million pound businesses between them including the global hit of Moshi Monster, they have created an app for web, iOS and android to allow farmers to create digital farm maps with geo-located notes that can be shared with all people working on the farm, allowing up-to-the-minute collaboration. They’re building ingrains with external data sources, including satellite/drone imagery, IoT senior outputs, yield maps and machinery telematics.

They are a tech centric team that are harnessing the power of modern technology to evolve one of the world’s oldest trades. Their micro-services architecture is hosted on Google Cloud platform using Kubernetes and supports their Web, iOS and Android applications. They use Java/Spring and some Python for a majority of their services. RabbitMQ is used for messaging, and Postgres DB for data persistence. They are strict advocates of Agile practices, and this role will be very suitable for someone who would like to work in an environment that prioritises best practices of CI and TDD.

This is a server side role, however also offers a chance for the right candidate to work across the stack, using React on the Front End as the have React powered web applications, native iOS and Android applications.

Tech stack:

Java8
Spring Boot
Microservices
PostSQL,
IoT
Google Cloud Platform
React.js

The team is a tight knit team of 10. Other than wanting to work with the most modern technology, a further requirement is a love of sessions of beer and board games as they are a very social and supportive team.

Reference: 34155161

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