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Descriptionshibumi (??) (noun) shi-bu-mi
A state of "effortless perfection" or simplicity achieved through a cycle of refinement and understanding that frees one from stress and anxiety when faced with an obstacle.
Shibumi (www.shibumi.com) helps organizations manage business improvement initiatives, measure performance and ensure success. Shibumi's methodology and capabilities are focused on what our customers need to execute improvement activity ranging from a single initiative to an enterprise business improvement program
We need your help!
We are actively searching for platform developers for our Detroit office. We are an early stage company that is rapidly expanding. Our developers are at the core of what makes Shibumi the most useful business improvement application around. Whether it’s clean interfaces, scalable code, or testing frameworks, they rock. They implement whole features independently, and they iterate fast: they release code everyday.
ResponsibilitiesWe need help. Whether it be performance tuning the app to building a mobile application. You would be expected to come into our Royal Oak office and work on the creation of a capabilities in support of one our development sprints. We are looking for people that are hungry, know Java, and want to be part of something big!!! Check us out (www.shibumi.com)
• Love your users
• Experience in Java, Spring, Hibernate, MVC, SOAP, JSON & Web Services
• Test-driven development
• Excitement about the challenges of internationalization
• Love of Java
• Battle-worn JSON & XML knowledge
• Familiarity with Amazon Web Services & Elastic Beanstalk
• Active contributor to open source software
• Github is your friend
• Pointers to websites you’ve built