New Tech Meetup of Central PA Message Board › Opportunity for Java developer at PA-based startup
Greg Sampson of the cool Philly startup FanCheer is looking for a Java developer. (Working remote is OK.) More info below. Reach out to Greg at email@example.com if you are interested!
[Next Meetup June 2 in Lancaster. RSVP here.]
Experienced Back-End Java Web Developer, part-time (15-25 hrs/week with the potential for long-term employment and equity compensation)
The ideal candidate should have experience with large-scale, enterprise grade, software projects. Experience set must include developing and deploying RESTful, Java-based, Web Services to Tomcat on a Linux-based AWS/EC2/RDS instance using GSON and JSON. Responsibility include coding new services and debugging existing instances, and establishing a regression test framework. Candidate will also lead end-to-end integration testing across the entire platform.
Candidate will be expected to recommend and implement improvements in architecture, security, functionality, test-ability, and robustness of the platform in all aspects of technical development, using industry best practices.
Evening and night conference calls to coordinate with off-shore team members are common. The ability to occasionally travel to Philadelphia and surrounding regions (Boston/NYC to Washington, DC) for events and activities is desirable.
The candidate must be salient in modern software development methodologies and should be intimately familiar with each of the following:
AWS (EC2, RDS, mongoDB/DynamoDB)
Project Management Tools
FanCheer®, a Philadelphia-based tech venture, is the only LIVE Interactive Sports Mobile App Platform. FanCheer® - quite literally - gives fans a voice, creating a fun and exciting entertainment experience. Using our patent-pending technologies in conjunction with their smartphones, we make the fan an integral part of the game. As they engage in real-time, game-relevant Cheer competitions, answer Trivia questions, and respond to Opinion Polls, fans compete against one another for rewards and prizes. Now your cheering has meaning!Think your team is better?... Be heard!TM