How To Hire a Java Developer? A Comprehensive Guide for Employers and HR Managers

Who is a Java Developer?

Java — popular use cases

  • banking systems
  • insurance apps
  • stock exchange systems
  • mobile applications
  • social media platforms
  • Hibernate — to implement the database access layer
  • Spring — to application development
  • Maven / Gradle — to build and manage dependencies on other Java libraries
  • Lombok — to faster writing
  • JUnit — to prepare unit tests of applications

Java Developer — responsibilities

  • Programming, implementing and maintaining Java software
  • Writing clean and efficient code
  • Contributing to the development lifecycle
  • Taking care of high availability and performance of created solutions
  • Writing clean and efficient code
  • Working with product owners, technical leads and Agile team
  • Meetings with the software development team and clients
  • Taking part in software analysis, testing, and debugging
  • Ensuring designs comply with specifications
  • Preparing releases of software components
  • Creating system documentation

Java Developer — salary

3 ways to hire Java Developer in your company

1. Write a job offer tailored to your candidate’s needs

2. Search for developers in the right places

3. Consider IT outsourcing

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Marketing Specialist at Next Technology Professionals - IT Recruitment | IT Outsourcing

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Aga Babicz

Aga Babicz

Marketing Specialist at Next Technology Professionals - IT Recruitment | IT Outsourcing

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