Vacancies: Armenia

Scala Developer

Position Overview

The client is an industry leader in the fields of cryptography and distributed systems.

The team consists of a lead, 2 Scala developers, 1 QA, and 1 DevOps. For now, the team works with two-week sprints and track tasks using Jira although the process will evolve over time.

The project is to develop a group of mini-projects providing micoservices and other building blocks for creating solutions.

ABOUT DATAART

Responsibilities

  • Given a high-level outline of a goal create estimated Jira tasks to achieve that goal including working with our QA resource to create an acceptable plan and a demonstration of working output
  • Informally "presenting" (talking over) a high-level design for a solution
  • Coding to existing standards, making suggestions to improve code, creating and working through pull requests
  • Performing peer reviews of others pull requests
  • Demonstrating to peers a working solution
  • Creating CI pipelines to produce binary artifacts (jar or Docker containers)
  • Deploying Docker containers to test with
  • Supporting QA with queries regarding existing functionality and the production landscape
  • Documenting new services using markup
  • Taking responsibility for the quality of a release of a mini-project (i.e. not just the code you’ve just added)
  • Maintain good communications with relevant team members

Required Skills and Experience

  • 3+ years of experience working with Scala
  • Hands-on experience working with Akka HTTP, ScalaTest
  • gRPC or general microservice knowledge
  • Experience working with Docker
  • Knowledge of Git
  • Experience working with network security
  • Experience working with GitHub actions or similar
  • Ability to work in a small team and make deployments to production

Nice to have

  • Encryption, blockchain

Please send your CV and cover letter

We are committed to promoting equal opportunities in employment. You and any job applicants will receive equal treatment regardless of bias including age, disability, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, color, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. DataArt is committed to providing a working environment free from harassment and bullying and ensuring all staff are treated, and treat others, with dignity and respect. Our commitment to promoting equal opportunities and creating the workplace free of harassment and discrimination is supported by the implementation of respective policies and controls, provides an appropriate environment to encourage good performance and conduct at all its working locations, at all times.

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Why DataArt?

  • People first

    • Commitment to people is by far the highest value for DataArt
    • 99% of Glassdoor reviewers would recommend DataArt to a friend as a place to work
    • DataArt offers a rare work/life balance (Glassdoor work/life balance rating of 4.7)
    • DataArt invests in long-term relationships with its employees
  • Flexibility

    • Minimum bureaucracy
    • Flexible work schedule
    • Well-organized system of administrative services
    • Flat, decentralized structure
    • There are very few strict rules within DataArt
    • While our values do not change, rules and policies are subject to discussion and change in response to changing context and circumstances
  • Expertise

    • Highly qualified professionals
    • Supportive learning environment
  • Trust

    • We don't believe in control or surveillance
    • We avoid micromanagement
    • Clear, universal rules and policies
    • Open and accessible management
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