La mission de Pivotal Labs est de transformer la façon dont les entreprises développent leur logiciels.

Pour rester compétitif et performant sur des marchés en pleine mutation, les grandes entreprises doivent investir dans l'humain et les technologies. Avec Pivotal, elles adoptent des méthodes de développement agile, migrent vers les microservices, remplacent leurs anciennes applications par des plateformes modernes cloud-native et offrent une meilleure expérience client - plus rapidement - grâce aux méthodologies lean, XP et UCD (User Centered Design).

L’équipe de transformation d'applications (AppTx) aide nos clients à se reconvertir au cloud. L’ingénieur / architecte sélectionné travaillera à leur côté afin de comprendre ce que le cloud peut leur apporter, transformer leur portefeuille applicatif, accélérer leurs cycles de développement, mettre à l’échelle, accroître la stabilité et sécurité de leurs applications.

 

Dans ce rôle, vous allez:

  • Travailler sur des projets ciblés de 4 à 12 semaines chez nos clients au sein d'une équipe pluridisciplinaire d'architectes, d'ingénieurs et de chefs de produits.
  • Aider nos clients à obtenir des rendements sans précédent en transformant leurs applications existantes, et ce au travers de l’adoption des modèles et pratiques Cloud Native.
  • Coacher des développeurs, des architectes et des responsables opérationnels dans leur pratique de l’agilité / XP ainsi qu’au travers de techniques telles que le TDD et la livraison continue.
  • Découvrir, cartographier et automatiser le cycle de développement des logiciels existants.
  • Manipuler des nouvelles technologies tous les jours.
  • Assister nos clients dans la migration de leurs applications JVM et / ou .NET vers Kubernetes et la plateforme Pivotal.
  • Moderniser des applications et transformer leur architecture de façon itérative.
  • Devenir un agent de changement au sein de grandes entreprises.

 

Compétences recherchées 

  • Expert Java, avec expérience dans la création d'applications cloud à l'aide de Spring et Spring Boot.
  • Expérience dans la création d'architectures d'applications distribuées / orientées services / de type microservice et sur le cloud.
  • Expérience dans la mise en œuvre des 12 facteurs ainsi que dans le Domain Driven Design. 
  • Vous êtes un praticien agile, expérimenté dans l’Extreme programming, le TDD, le pairing et la livraison continue.

 

Compétences additionnelles

  • Vous êtes un programmeur polyglotte: anglais, français et plus
  • Expérience dans le cloud serait un avantage
  • Une expérience de la plateforme Pivotal serait un avantage

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