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  • DevOps
  • Packer
  • Puppet
  • Apache
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Back-end Developer

Experience4 years
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Michael is a software engineer with 4+ years of experience developing efficient software solutions. He is highly skilled in technologies such as Python, Golang/Go, MySQL, etc.

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  • MySQL
  • React.js
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  • Data Analysis
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Kirill

RabbitMQ Developer

Experience11 years
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Kirill has 11 years of experience in software development. He also has in-depth knowledge of RabbitMQ, JavaScript, Golang, etc.

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  • JavaScript
  • HTML
  • NoSQL
  • Git
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  • PostgreSQL
  • Ruby on Rails
  • HTML5
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Aditya

RabbitMQ Developer

Experience10 years
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Aditya is a software engineer with 10 years of experience in building and managing applications, leading global teams, mentoring junior team members and delivering high-quality applications.

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  • HTML
  • jQuery
  • JavaScript
  • Video
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  • Redux
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Toghrul

RabbitMQ Developer

Experience11 years
AvailabilityFull-time

Toghrul is a Software developer with 11+ years of experience. He has worked in telecommunication and banking industry where he developed many applications in Java, PHP, and Python languages.

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  • PHP
  • Oracle
  • API
  • Microservices
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  • CSS
  • Oracle PL/SQL
  • JDBC
  • jQuery
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Ahmed

RabbitMQ Developer

Experience8 years
AvailabilityFull-time

Ahmed is a software developer with 8 years of experience in developing web applications on different cloud infrastructures (AWS, Azure, and GCP). He has experience in building and deploying microservices and serverless apps on various platforms through different CI/CD tools.

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  • Git
  • Python
  • Microservices
  • Docker
Also worked with
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  • EC2
  • DevOps
  • AWS
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Ahmad

RabbitMQ Developer

Experience7 years
AvailabilityFull-time

Ahmad is a software developer with over 7 years of experience. He has a track record of building architectures for highly scalable, distributed systems.

Expert in
  • RabbitMQ
  • JavaScript
  • Scrum
  • Java
  • Ruby on Rails
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  • MongoDB
  • PHP
  • Ruby
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How to hire RabbitMQ developers? Skills to look for, interview questions, and more

RabbitMQ is one of the most widely used open-source message-broker software. Initially working with advanced message queuing protocols, it now supports extensions along with plug-in architectures for - streaming text-oriented messaging protocol, MQ telemetry transport, and other protocols.

With the growing interest in the RabbitMQ developers community, the demand to hire RabbitMQ developers is increasing among organizations. But finding the right developer is a time-consuming and cumbersome process. To make the process easier, we have developed a hiring guide to help you identify the right talent. You can use this hiring guide to know about the essential skills to recruit high-value professionals. Test applying candidates with this set of information and interview questions listed in this guide.

Skills to look for in a RabbitMQ developer?

At a high level, RabbitMQ developers should have the following skills in their arsenal.

1. In-depth knowledge of RabbitMQ protocols

One of the primary traits to look for when hiring RabbitMQ developers is their grasp of RabbitMQ protocols. It supports multiple types of protocols which can be integrated directly or with a plugin. The ability to work with different protocols can often be the defining factor of projects for which bringing in an expert can add a lot of value. Look for mentions of experience working with protocols like - AMQP, STOMP, MQTT, etc. So, if you're looking to bring in new RabbitMQ developers, make sure to test their protocols-related knowledge.

2. Knowledge of troubleshooting & migration

When you're looking to add a new RabbitMQ developer to your team, ideally you would want someone with expertise in troubleshooting measures. The ability to identify and resolve lingering blockers is an essential skill that can boost development potential. In addition, you should also test the developers' knowledge of migrating RabbitMQ resources. To know more about their abilities, you can ask about previous experience of undertaking similar tasks.

3. Experience in working with cloud services

Another defining skill that sets apart the very best RabbitMQ developers is experience in working with cloud services. When hiring developers, try to shortlist applicants with expertise in working with services like AWS. Amazon Web Services is one of the most widely used cloud solutions at present and you would want your developers to possess a thorough understanding of it. You should also try to understand if the developer has experience in deploying and maintaining cloud environments. Also, knowledge of other cloud services is vital if you're looking for people who can take charge and lead development cycles.

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4. Expertise in Java development

Java has been one of the most widely used programming languages in the past decade and still going strong. The ability to develop business requirement-specific products using Java is another good skill for RabbitMQ developers. Test applying developers’ knowledge in Java development with situations and niche-related questions to find the right talent.

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5. Knowledge of essential RabbitMQ client plugins & tools

When looking to hire RabbitMQ developers in 2023, remember to test the applicants' knowledge of using plugins and tools. RabbitMQ supports a variety of different OSs and libraries to help make development processes smoother. So when scanning through resumes look for mentions of some or all of the listed tools and libraries below.

  • Java client
  • JMS client
  • camel-RabbitMQ
  • Spring AMQP project for Java
  • Spring Cloud Data Flow
  • Spring Integration
  • EasyNetQ
  • NServiceBus
  • Brighter
  • Restbus etc

6. Urge of upgrading tech stack

In today's world of tech, companies prefer people motivated to keep upgrading themselves. Professionals with an urge to keep acquiring new skills add immense value to a team by improving areas of expertise. One of the best ways of understanding a developer's self-motivation is by checking their resumes for the skills they've picked up over the years. So spend time analyzing resumes before shortlisting the best probable choices.

7. Excellent interpersonal skills

One of the most important skills to look for in developers is communication ability. If you're planning to hire remote RabbitMQ developers for spread-out teams, the members need to be sharp and fluent in industry-specific communication. Take advantage of the interview to get an idea about their professional attitude and interest in actively participating in group discussions.

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Identifying talents and securing the services of the right RabbitMQ developers in 2023 can be a little tough without prior experience. To make the process easier, working with a hiring funnel can feel helpful and make shortlisting applications a lot easier.

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We verify if the candidate really wants to work at your company and is able to spend 5+ hours to prove it by rigorous tests. It helps us to see a developer's caliber.

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Developers are asked RabbitMQ related questions and made to solve tricky problems. We use open questions. The goal is not only to test developers’ knowledge – we also want to find out their way of thinking.

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Top interview questions to hire RabbitMQ developers.

When looking to hire RabbitMQ developers, it is important to test their knowledge with the right set of questions. Here’s a list of interview questions you can utilize to hire RabbitMQ developers.

Channels are used for enabling RabbitMQ server communication with applications. It helps developers to work with a single connection with the server while having sandboxed communication for other parts of the application. Any experienced developer should be able to answer such questions confidently. You can also ask the developer to explain the process of configuring channels in RabbitMQ

While working with RabbitMQ, developers can use protocols like AMQP (Advanced Message Queuing Protocol). It works as an open standard layer used for communicating data across networks using byte streams.

A Vhost or Virtual Host is a dedicated namespace for objects like - Exchanges, Queues, and Bindings. RabbitMQ utilizes a streamlined implementation of Vhosts using virtual clusters models on top of brokers.

The answer you're looking for is a No. RabbitMQ by default does not use any database to store messages. It writes messages directly onto to disk using either of these two ways:

  • Messages published in delivery_mode=2
  • Memory pressure causes RabbitMQ to run out of RAM and transfers messages to the disk to free up RAM.

RabbitMQ inherently is a strong messaging model for transmitting messages among different endpoints in a communication channel with many features. However, developers can use asynchronous architectural patterns for decoupling apps.

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Bonus questions for interviewing RabbitMQ developers

  • Explain the process of monitoring RabbitMQ queues.
  • Explain the concepts of Synchronous and Asynchronous messaging.
  • How does RabbitMQ differ from Kafka?
  • What is Pub-Sub Communication?
  • How to integrate RabbitMQ with Spring Cloud Stream?
  • What is Exchange?
  • What is the process of implementing the RabbitMQ retry mechanism?

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