Senior Java Developer

ChessKid


2 months ago

03/20/2019 20:14:35

Job type: Full-time

First appeared on Vue Jobs

Category: Software Dev


Chess.com is a global team of passionate chess fans and developers. You can meet us here and read about our company here. We're always looking for great people to join the team. All of our jobs are 100% remote. We have a healthy work environment focused on well-being, respect, and memes/emoticons. We communicate with Slack and positive energy beams.

If you love chess as much as we do, maybe this is your chance to work and do your hobby at the same time!? We have several positions we are looking to fill.

Love Java and want to see your code power 100+ million chess moves per day? Join us!

This is a full-time, permanent, remote work opportunity. 


- Java 8 (core, concurrency, multithreading)

- MySQL, Database Persistance 

- Networking (TCP/IP, HTTP, WebSocket)

- Project Management Skills

- Hazelcast (not required, but bonus!)

- Jetty (not required, but bonus!)

- Cometd/Websockets (not required, but bonus!)

- Linux (not required, but bonus!)

- JavaScript (not required, bonus!)

- Redis (not required, but bonus!)

Apply here: https://goo.gl/forms/zHntL6fkVdZGBpjN2 



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