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Google Developer Group - Washington DC (GDG-DC) Message Board › GWT Developers for FAST growing well funded "Startup" in Reston

GWT Developers for FAST growing well funded "Startup" in Reston

Rocky M.
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Washington, DC
Post #: 30
We're hiring several developers for the front-end team for a mature startup in the Leaders Quadrant for Gartner in their space. So no risk of the 9 out of 10 failed startups, but the environment is still startup friendly, and they likely go to IPO in a couple of years.. Please see job desc below and contact us for more information.

Software Engineers with GWT expertise (or with expertise in other Java UI frameworks like Swing or SWT) to join our growing team. Visual design experience is not required (we’ve got you covered), but a passion for solving tough comp sci problems is!

Languages & Patterns: You have strong Java and JavaScript skills, as well as an understanding of design patterns like MVP, MVC, Strategy and DI/IoC. You could teach others what they are and how/why to use them. You’re comfortable assembling UI’s declaratively and directly in code (not necessarily in GWT).

GWT-Specific Skills: If you’re more familiar with a UI toolkit like Swing or SWT, don’t worry. We’ll help you make the transition. But you will need to understand the equivalent of certain parts of the GWT SDK. We do a lot with Activities and Places. Some other important ones are EventBus, UiBinder, CssResource, JSNI, Deferred Binding, GIN and Messages. You should also understand the general concepts presented by Ray Ryan here:­

Ship high quality GWT applications as a member of a Scrum team
Participate in system designs, architectural decisions and perform code reviews
For complex problems, develop simple and elegant solutions.
Automate functional testing as well as testing for performance and security
Respond to and resolve emergent problems; write software to prevent problem recurrence

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