Top Senior Spring batch Developers - Dec 2017

Passionate, smart working, Test driven Java, J2EE, Web Technologies and database developer with 11+ years of experience

I am a hard-working and innovative Java, J2EE, Database (Espicially Oracle, MySQL) and Web Technologies Developer with over eleven years of experience in a variety of back-end/front-end technologies including jQuery, AngularJS, Google Web Toolkit, and Spring MVC, Spring Batch, Spring Micro services, Hibernate, Hibernate Search, Active MQ as well as extensive experience in Test Driven Development and automated testing frameworks like Selenium, JUnit. Among my recent accomplishments, I developed a distributed and scalable microservice and batch system based system for a multi-layered application. The deployment consisted of 32 small computing instances connected to single master server instance load balanced via Spring Batch framework. Solid experience setting up the DevOps tools like Jenkins, Ant, Maven,Gradle SVN, Clearcase, Git etc. Having worked remotely for over eleven years, I am a self-motivated and proactive contractor who loves to step up to new challenges. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- **If I can't fix your issue, you'll get a refund. I do not start timer until you explain your issue (Or) if I am not sure about the issue** ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ note:ping me for more details

Experienced Java developer and DevOps specialist

I'm a Java developer with over 10 years experience. Familiar with other languages such as Python, Ruby, and Clojure. I can support also with DevOps topics, automation, build and deployment, cloud and containers.

Self-employed technical consultant, solution architect and full-stack developer

Bai has over 16 years software engineering experience, including 7 years freelancing and consulting experience. He has significant experience in building large-scale distributed systems, design and implementing of RESTful application architecture, migrating monolithic applications to Microservice architecture, pragmatic agile programming coach etc. He has written lots of blog entries and sample codes to demonstrate the technologies he had used and he is interested in. Some blog entries were referred by Oracle blog portal. He is active in open source communities and he is always trying to introduce the new cutting-edge technologies in his new projects. In 2012, he was invited by Redhat to attend 2012 JBoss User and Developer Conference at Boston and received the 2012 JBoss Community Recognition Awards. Community activity: 1. Contributor of JBoss Arquillian 2. Winner of 2012 JBoss Community Recognition Awards (Category:Wiki) 3. Chinese translator of book: Spring Live(the famous Spring book from Matt Raible) 4. Chinese co-translator of book: The NG2 BOOK(the famous Angular 2 book) 5. Co-reviewer of book: Arquillian Testing Guide(Packt publishing) 6. Co-reviewer of video course: JBoss EAP Configuration, Deployment, and Administration(Packt publishing) 7. Author of Click4NB(a NetBeans plugin for Apache Click framework) Skills: 1. Specifications and conventions, Java EE 5/6/7(CDI, JAXRS, EJB, JPA, JSF, JMS, Batch), REST, MicroServices, EDA/CQRS/EventSourcing, SPA 2. Frameworks and tools, JBoss Seam 2/3, Apache DeltaSpike, Spring (Boot, MVC, Session, Security, Data JPA/Mongo/REST, AMQP, Integration, Batch, Cloud/Netflix etc) , NodeJS ( NPM, Grunt/Gulp/Webpack, Bootstrap, Angular/IONIC ). 3. Engineering practice, Ant/Maven, TDD, Scrum, GitFlow/Github Flow, Jira/Confluence/Fisheye/Bamboo, CI/CD(Jenkins, CircleCI) automation, OpenShift, CloudFoudry, Docker(Compose, Machine, Swarm) Blog: GitHub:

Software Architect (Java)

I have more than 15 years of experience in a field. Earned first money with Delphi 3/5, then moved to C/C++ for couple of years and settled with Java somewhere in 2005. End of 2006 I've started with Spring framework, and I've continued with it till these days, especially Spring Cloud as their view of Cloud Ready paradigm. In 2006 I've started working in IT service company, and I was involved in many projects in first as a senior dev/TL and as of 2010 as a Software Architect. As an architect I've continued to code, doing code reviews and architectural assessments for various clients. Since the company grow I was asked to develop and execute first Java/Spring on boarding programs (still publicly available here: I've hired and mentored more than 100 young developers, and I did couple of talks on international conferences, for example:

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