A Java Spring Boot developer is a software engineer who specializes in developing web applications using the Spring Boot framework, which is a popular and powerful tool for creating enterprise-level microservices in Java. A Java Spring Boot developer typically has the following responsibilities and skills:
⦁ Design, develop, test, and deploy web applications using the Spring Boot framework and related technologies, such as Spring MVC, Spring Data, Spring Security, Spring Cloud, etc.
⦁ Collaborate with other developers, testers, and stakeholders in an agile environment to deliver high quality software solutions that meet the business requirements and user expectations.
⦁ Follow the best practices and standards of software development, such as code quality, performance, security, documentation, etc.
⦁ Troubleshoot, debug, and resolve issues in the existing or new applications.
⦁ Research and learn new technologies and frameworks to improve the software development process and the product features.
⦁ Proficient in Java programming language and object-oriented design principles.
⦁ Experienced in using the Spring Boot framework and its components, such as dependency injection, auto configuration, actuator, starter, etc.
⦁ Knowledgeable about microservices architecture and design patterns, such as service discovery, load balancing, circuit breaker, etc.
⦁ Able to work with various databases and data access technologies, such as SQL, NoSQL, JDBC, JPA, Hibernate, etc.
⦁ Able to write unit tests and integration tests using frameworks such as JUnit, Mockito, TestNG, etc.
⦁ Able to use various cloud platforms and services, such as AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, etc. ⦁ Good communication and teamwork skills.