Hiring two Java developers
Some non-HR skinny about us:
- We are a small and empowered team. There is no committee that decides whether you can start using Google Guava to make things better.
- We get to do meaningful things -- this is not "shovel CRUD onto the web" type of work. We change the lives of people living and working in skilled nursing facilities.
- Java experience is a must. Yes, you can learn a language really quickly, but that's the easy part. Absorbing the libraries and the ecosystem takes a lot of time.
- We have a lot of work to do, but we don't burn ourselves out doing it.
You will probably have a leg-up if you've got any of the following:
- some UI design and implementation chops,
- use of Spring in anger (double word score for 3.0),
- knowledge of healthcare data interchange (HL7),
- working knowledge of unix systems.
Let me know if you're interested, or if I can fill you in on more details.
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