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Java Sr Developer

Nearsoft - Hermosillo Area, Mexico

Job Description

As a Senior Software Developer / Technical Leader you will be responsible of the direction of the technical team on the approach to implement software solutions.

You will help doing code reviews and making sure that the whole team deliver superior technical solutions.
You will also be responsible to implement user stories and architect the overall solution.

Desired Skills & Experience

Java/J2EE senior developer
TDD - Test Driven Development
Unit Testing - JUnit
Expert on OO design - Object Oriented
Mentoring/Pairing capabilities
Strong knowledge of Design Patterns such as:
Inversion of Control also known as Dependency Injection; Strategy; Singleton; Command; Observer Pattern
Strong knowledge of Spring and Hibernate Frameworks
At least 4 to 5 years of strong core java experience, that means, not only web based apps

Company Description

Nearsoft works as an innovation partner for software product companies. We help our clients increase the velocity and improve the quality of their deliverables.

Companies come to us because they are,
1. Disappointed with traditional "outsourcing"
2. Frustrated because they can find people with the right skills and experience level
3. Upset because they can't scale their software development team
4. Tired of late product releases and poor quality

Thanks to our culture and software engineering approach, we help our clients get their products out to market faster.

We have been listed as a Top 20 Great Place to Work in Mexico in 2008, 2009 and 2010

Position is based in Hermosillo, Sonora. Candidates should be able to speak conversational English, although in-house language tutoring is provided for those who speak above-average basic English but might need a little dusting off. For consideration, please submit your resume, along with salary requirements, to:

Additional Information

June 29, 2011


Mid-Senior level


Computer Software

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