Introduction Software Developers at IBM are the backbone of our strategic initiatives to design, code, test, and provide industry-leading solutions that literally make the world run today - planes and trains take off on time, bank transactions complete in the blink of an eye and the world remains safe because of the work our software developers do. Whether you are working on projects internally or for a client, software development is critical to the success of IBM and our clients worldwide. At IBM, you will use the latest software development tools, techniques and approaches and work with leading minds in the industry to build solutions you can be proud of.
Your Role and Responsibilities
Who you are:
As a Data Engineer-WCE, You have:
Hands-on experience on the following skills:Java, Restful API, no SQL database (Cassandra, Couchbase),Hadoop/Hadoop Distributed File System.
What you’ll do:
As a Data Engineer-WCE, You will:
Hands on experience in modelling databases (particularly nosql),working on indexes, materialized views, performance tuning / optimization of queries, data migration scripts, etc.
Experience in developing backend components in Java including RESTful APIs with knowledge of Spring Framework, JSON based messaging format
Understand the use of docker/Kubernetes in developing applications for cloud deployment
Use of Microservices based Architecture
Follow coding best practices with unit testing using established unit test framework - TestNG/JUnit
Adopt the development agile practice in the team to maintain high quality of code established with code reviews
Adapt to development of applications using source control tools such as Git/GitHub
How we’ll help you grow:
You’ll have access to all the technical and management training courses to become the expert you want to be.
You’ll learn directly from Senior members/leaders in this field.
You'll have the opportunity to work with multiple clients.
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) is an American multinational information technology company headquartered in Armonk, New York, with operations in over 170 countries. The company began in 1911, founded in Endicott, New York, as the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company (CTR) and was renamed "International Business Machines" in 1924.