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Senior Software Engineer - Java Server and GWT Frontend

at Toy Butterfly in San Diego, CA   —   Mar 25, 2014   |  
Be employee number one! (Counting Java style there, but still...)

Help guide the architecture and development of the company's toolset as we prepare for general public release of the products. This is an early-stage, "do everything" kind of opportunity with chances to both contemplate broad design patterns and to get your hands dirty with code. We have actual feedback from current, paying customers that are using the tools nearly everyday, and that makes the job a lot more interesting.
Design and development of product functionality
Product architecture
Design, develop and enhance product features for performance and scalability
Minimum of 5 years of software development experience, 3 years using Java
Passion and talent for working with complex data type handling
Strong skills using J2EE, Spring, SQL, Hibernate and JPA
Expertise designing and implementing Web-Services, SOAP and REST APIs
Strong capability to develop and debug multi-threaded server applications
Linux or Unix proficiency
Some experience working in a software product delivery environment
GWT experience is very helpful, but we can consider candidates preferring to write their own Javascript/HTML5/CSS-based front-end apps
Oauth integration experience
Web Technologies - HTML (especially HTML5), CSS, JavaScript, and XML would be nice
Virtualization using VirtualBox or VMWare
Artificial Intelligence tools! Text mining, fuzzy logic, autonomous processing. We have lots of opportunities to make huge productivity improvements with these.
College degree (Bachelor's)
Salary + Equity
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