5+ years of Java, Python (or similar) programming, Scala is a big plus
- Heavy background in Markets Reference Data Platforms strongly desired
- Assist with migration, automation, and development specific to Reference Data platforms
- Exposure to an Agile Reference Data development environment with use of Jira
- Self Starter with the ability to prioritize development pertaining to Reference Data infrastructure
- Strong problem-solving and communication skills and enjoys a collaborative environment
- Flexible, self-starter, fast-learner – willing and able to quickly learn new technologies and skills
- Experience with functional programming is a big plus
- Experience with graph technologies is a plus. Familiarity with Semantic Web (RDF) and Sparql is a plus
- Experience with distributed computing is a plus. Familiarity with Zookeeper/Storm/Spark/HDFS is a plus.
- Experience with search technologies is a plus. Familiarity with Lucene/Solr/ElasticSearch is a plus
- Experience with enhancing and maintaining mission-critical software in a fast-paced environment is a plus
- Ability to work independently – take nothing for granted, ask questions, learn the business, desire to understand not only what to do, but also why.
- Scala knowledge or experience (or demonstrated desire to learn on their own)
- Deep, hands-on knowledge and experience in building applications, end to end, in Java, Python or C++.
- RDF / Symantic Web / noSQL DB knowledge or experience (ex. MongoDB)
- Exposure to distributed frameworks (hbase, hadoop, spark
- Knowledge/experience in reference data (client or product)
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