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iSense ICT Professionals · Standplaats: Amsterdam · 7 november 2019
Are you an Android Developer and ready to take the next step? Do you want to work on the most innovative payment technologies with the newest technologies? Do you have a focus on delivering high quality code that is scalable, readable and clean? If your answers are yes, than this might be your new job!
As an experienced Android Engineer, you will enter a challenging environment, where you can help the team work on the newest mobile banking apps for the clients and work on your own craftmanship. Your tasks will be as follows:
You will do all this in the following technical environment: Android Studio, Android-SDK, Support library, Java, Kotlin, Gradle, Cloud and working according to methodologies like Agile, Scrum, DevOps, reactive programming within Android design patterns like RX, Dagger, components, etc.
You will be working at one of the leading customer centred financial mobile service providers in the Netherlands. The main goal of this organization if to offer their clients products with which allow them to handle their financial affairs with ease, speed and simplicity. This organization is still relatively new in the financial markets, but has been growing fast in last few years and now having around 250 people working across several countries in Europe. They work according to Agil/Scrum/DevOps methodologies and have an informal, yet ambitious culture.
Within one (of the currently 7) Scrum team they are focussing on 2 things: building a completely new app, which will new features like arranging scheduled payments. They are also focused on maintaining and maturing another, existing, application. They are making the code cleaner and automating the repetitive work. For all of this, they are using the newest technologies such as Kotlin, RX and Dagger and architecture components.