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Java Developer for high-load systems (m/f) - for GMX, WEB.DE and 1&1 at 1&1 (München, Deutschland)

Your Tasks:

Our mail and cloud services at GMX, WEB.DE, and 1&1 serve over 30 million active users in Germany and all over the world. We are looking for motivated developers to strengthen our agile scrum team and collaborate in a cooperative and supportive environment with flat hierarchies. Together with your colleagues you will share responsibilities for:

  • Design and development of highly scalable, high performance and geo-redundant fail-safe software on one of the largest portal landscapes in the world.

  • Creation, development and maintenance of our user management systems, such as the single sign-on infrastructure (login/authentication) and the user and account persistence.

  • Evaluation of new, state-of-the-art technologies, prototyping and load testing.

  • Collaboration with developers from other teams, the product owner and internal or external partners.

  • Working in our Munich office in a cooperative atmosphere, with free supply of drinks and fruit, as well as a bi-weekly research day.

We Appreciate:

You have several years of professional experience in object-oriented and functional software development with Java. Additional skill set:

  • Proven knowledge in the implementation of modern web services with Java 8 as well as solid skills in clean coding and distributed systems.

  • You are a team player with an independent and solution oriented working style.

  • The ambition to deliver high quality artefacts with attention to details.

  • Practical experience with Linux, Maven, Spring Boot and Kubernetes is beneficial.

  • Good English skills. German language skills or the willingness to learn German are a bonus.

Reference ID: MU-EMue-1807051

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