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Thread: Java Server Architect / Principal w/ NoSQL experience in SF for profit-turning startup

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    Default Java Server Architect / Principal w/ NoSQL experience in SF for profit-turning startup

    Hey All,

    I've been searching for a Java Server Architect / Principal w/ NoSQL & Hadoop experience in San Francisco for the past couple months and haven't had any luck. We have a Real-Time-Bidding system (RTB) and need someone with strong experience who can step in and hit the ground running with a short learning curve. Willing to pay up to 175 base for this person if they have NoSQL/Hadoop and/or RTB experience (doe).

    Is there anyone in the community interested in a new role with a great culture or have a friend that might be? If so, please shoot me a quick message with your contact info and we can have a more in-depth chat.

    Here are the main techs I'm looking for, :
    -Multi-threaded Java experience involving fault tolerant highly scalable systems.
    -Work experience with modern server side Java technologies, J2EE, Spring IOC, REST, Servlet, Lucene/Solr, Hadoop, NoSQL .
    -Experience with RDBMS technologies (MySQL, Oracle) JPA/Hibernate.

    Bonus skills:
    Large scale analytics (Storm, Kettle, Talend), PIG, Hive, MapReduce, Cascading, Bixo, HBase, Cassandra, MongoDB, Linux scripting (bash, awk, sed), Machine Learning (Classification, Recommendation), Ant, Maven, Jenkins, Quartz

    Thanks guys! Servers might melt if we don't get someone soon!!

    Dan


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    Default Re: Java Server Architect / Principal w/ NoSQL experience in SF for profit-turning startup

    Quote Originally Posted by dandanbell View Post
    Hey All,

    I've been searching for a Java Server Architect / Principal w/ NoSQL & Hadoop experience in San Francisco for the past couple months and haven't had any luck. We have a Real-Time-Bidding system (RTB) and need someone with strong experience who can step in and hit the ground running with a short learning curve. Willing to pay up to 175 base for this person if they have NoSQL/Hadoop and/or RTB experience (doe).

    Is there anyone in the community interested in a new role with a great culture or have a friend that might be? If so, please shoot me a quick message with your contact info and we can have a more in-depth chat.

    Here are the main techs I'm looking for, :
    -Multi-threaded Java experience involving fault tolerant highly scalable systems.
    -Work experience with modern server side Java technologies, J2EE, Spring IOC, REST, Servlet, Lucene/Solr, Hadoop, NoSQL .
    -Experience with RDBMS technologies (MySQL, Oracle) JPA/Hibernate.

    Bonus skills:
    Large scale analytics (Storm, Kettle, Talend), PIG, Hive, MapReduce, Cascading, Bixo, HBase, Cassandra, MongoDB, Linux scripting (bash, awk, sed), Machine Learning (Classification, Recommendation), Ant, Maven, Jenkins, Quartz

    Thanks guys! Servers might melt if we don't get someone soon!!

    Dan
    Hi I am working at backend developer.
    I have experienced in java, j2ee, rest, servlet, Lucence/Solr, ElasticSearch, MongoDB.

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