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Junior Java Developer

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Location: Bratislava
Type: Part-time
Minimum guaranteed salary: 5 EUR gross / hour
Specific job offer will be depending on the offered job level, your professional and technical skills and knowledge, education and work experience.

Our team works on DOT – the top-notch biometric Digital Onboarding Toolkit, based on face recognition, which helps people to register online. Our product is built on top of Java, Spring, AWS, Gradle, and GIT. If you are looking for meaningful and interesting work and you have at least basic programming skills in Java, we will be happy to meet you!

Job Description

  • In a team of highly skilled colleagues, you will have a great opportunity to gain more knowledge and master your programming skills
  • You will contribute to the code base of the product and cooperate closely with others
  • Your responsibilities will be Java programming, test implementation and debugging
  • On top of that, you will be helping us with sophisticated technical support of the product (API, integration)
  • Overall, we want you to be a part of the team and show us your potential

Candidate requirements

  • IT/Computer Science University student
  • English language on advanced level
  • At least basic Java programming skills and knowledge of core programming principles
  • Sense of detail and good analytical skills, team player
  • A proactive and responsible approach to work
  • Big advantage is knowledge of any other programming languages (Python, Swift, C++, Net, Kotlin) or tools (Docker, Jenkins, GIT, IDE) and knowledge of multiple OS (Linux, Windows, Android, iOS)

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