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Rafael

Java Developer

Experience6 years
AvailabilityFull-time

Rafael is a senior software engineer having 6+ years of experience. He is highly proficient in CI/CD Java, React.js, Spring, and JavaScript.

Expert in
  • Java
  • CI/CD
  • Agile
  • OOP
  • Java 8
Also worked with
  • JUnit
  • Mockito
  • Unit Testing
  • Maven
Harmen

Harmen

Java Developer

Experience9 years
AvailabilityFull-time

Harmen has 9+ years of experience in software development. He is focused on developing high-performing web, mobile, and server applications.

Expert in
  • Java
  • C#
  • MongoDB
  • React.js
  • Python
Also worked with
  • JavaScript
  • Kubernetes
  • Bash
  • DevOps
Kuntal

Kuntal

Spring Developer

Experience14 years
AvailabilityFull-time

Kuntal is a Java developer with over 14 years of experience. He is skilled in both back-end and front-end development and proficient with technologies like Java, Spring, Microservices, Oracle, Angular.js, jQuery, etc.

Expert in
  • Spring
  • Java
  • SQL
  • Core Java
  • Java 8
Also worked with
  • Jenkins
  • CI/CD
  • Algorithms and Data Structures
  • Git
Todor

Todor

Spring Developer

Experience20 years
AvailabilityFull-time

Todor is an empathetic leader with 20 years of extensive experience in establishing and leading high-performant teams and reliable online services at start-ups and corporations across diverse industries.

Expert in
  • Scala
  • Spring
  • HTTP
  • Java
  • Oracle
Also worked with
  • Infrastructure Operations
  • Product Management
  • Angular
  • CI/CD
Miguel

Miguel

Spring Developer

Experience12 years
AvailabilityFull-time

Miguel is a software engineer with 12 years of experience. He has a solid kowledge of architecture designs, coding practices and various aspects of the system.

Expert in
  • Scala
  • Spring
  • Java
  • Unit Testing
  • Scrum
Also worked with
  • SDLC
  • AWS
  • Jenkins
  • GitHub
Gary

Gary

Spring Developer

Experience6 years
AvailabilityFull-time

Gary has 6 years of experience building, integrating, testing, and supporting Android applications for mobile and tablet devices on the Android platform. He has created 50+ fully functional applications for Android devices.

Expert in
  • Spring
  • Java
  • Android
  • Android/Java
  • Android Studio
Also worked with
  • C#
  • C++
  • Kotlin
  • MySQL
  • Android/Kotlin
Volodymyr

Volodymyr

Spring Developer

Experience10 years
AvailabilityFull-time

Volodymyr is a software engineer with 10+ years of experience in the IT industry. He has strong experience in OOP, TDD & OOD, estimation process, DB design, code refactoring, project architecture, development, and support.

Expert in
  • Spring
  • Java
  • Git
  • MySQL
  • Python
Also worked with
  • Flask
  • Django
  • ColdFusion
  • Linux
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Ultimate guide to hire Spring developers

Worried about the hassles of hiring a Spring developer? Check this guide to know about skills to look for, interview questions, and more!

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How to hire a Spring developer? Skills to look for, interview questions, and more

Hiring a new Spring developer requires testing and reviewing candidates for their technical skills and proficiency in the Java application development framework. As a popular framework in Java, millions of developers around the world leverage it to create high-performing, easily testable, and reusable code for various businesses.

A fair amount of software development experience is needed to successfully hire quality Spring developers. However, if you're coming from a non-technical background and looking to hire a Spring developer, we have put up an excellent resource for you. Here, we will help you understand what it takes to hire dedicated Spring programmers to build secure and stable applications.

Skills to look for in a Spring developer

At a senior level, Spring developers should have the following technical skills in his/her arsenal:

1. High-level proficiency in Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)

Though Java supports non-primitive data types like int, float, boolean, double, long, etc., it is mostly an object-oriented programming language as it is a complex process to write any Java program without classes and objects. Hence, a high-level proficiency in OOP is a must for any junior or senior level Spring developer especially since the framework is based on the Java programming language. The OOP approach introduces the class and object style of coding, and developers use it to bind the data and the functions together to improve code stability and safety.

2. Proficiency in wireframes, UI design, and design patterns

Spring enables developers to develop robust, enterprise-class web applications and websites for various industries. This means that the Spring developers work on multiple things and need to have a good understanding of different design patterns and frameworks. Design patterns in Java are standard solutions followed to solve regular software designing problems. Hiring a Spring developer with expertise in technical know-how design ensures efficiency in easily coordinating with designers and writers.

3. Well-versed in other programming languages

Spring development capabilities are not only limited to Java but can also be extended to several others. For instance, Spring developers can easily get their hands familiar with Python for software development or Big Data, other languages such as JavaScript, C++, C#, etc. can also be used to solve complex problems.

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4. Experience with APIs

The Application Programming Interface is a must-have skill for Spring developers, along with the knowledge of the Java ecosystem. The in-depth knowledge of APIs like JAXB, Gson, Jackson, and Xerces can be extremely helpful for Spring Developers. Along with this, the JSON parsing libraries, logging libraries, XML parsing libraries, and HTTP libraries are a plus.

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5. Stronghold on Java web frameworks

Some of the most popular websites such as Google, LinkedIn, eBay, and Amazon are written extensively using Java and its frameworks. Frameworks are simply tools with pre-written code, that act as a template or skeleton, and are reused to create an application or website. While shortlisting Spring developers for hire, make sure to ask which other frameworks they are experienced in. Some of the best frameworks include Grails, Google Web Toolkit, MVC, etc.

6. Expertise in DevOps tools

Knowing DevOps tools is also one of the critical skills for Spring developers. Skilled programmers constantly upgrade themselves in terms of continuous deployment, continuous integration, and Jenkins’ role for both processes. Developers who need to implement best coding practices would know how to create manuals and scripts. Thus, having sound knowledge of Docker, Kubernetes, Chef, Jenkins, and Maven tools is a necessary skill for Spring developers to efficiently perform DevOps incorporation.

7. Strong competency in testing tools such as Selenium and TestNG

As a recruiter, you would always want to hire someone who has a strong competency in testing tools like Selenium and TestNG. Java testing tools allow Spring developers to test their JSP pages and web applications with a separate interface where they don't have to actually launch an application onto a web browser. In addition, these testing tools support multiple activities such as planning, creating a build, test execution, defect logging, and test analysis. The developer you shortlist should be competent in writing and testing multiple codes as well as the ability to keep track of new industry-related technologies.

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Creating a hiring funnel will provide you with numerous benefits, like assisting you in identifying the top skills and identifying a Spring developer who will fit into your company's culture.

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We will help you select the best talents and hire a Spring developer who will fit in your company culturally.

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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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Technical Test

Developers are asked Spring and Java 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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Giving specific feedback

We provide explicit feedback on both the test task and the technical test after we have checked the developer's expertise.

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Top interview questions to hire Spring developers

Whether you're an IT recruiter or a project manager, you know that finding talented developers is critical to the success of any project. We have outlined some sample interview questions to help you filter these prospects.

You can test an aspect of the developer’s core competency with this question. The candidate may answer that dependency injection can be achieved in Spring through XML configurations, Spring annotations such as @Autowire, and configuring the IoC container through ApplicationContext. By using dependency injection, you can make one service available in another without having to explicitly initialize one since Spring will manage its life cycle.

Take note of the candidate’s answer and whether he/she understands the difference between Spring Beans and Java Beans as this would help explain the abstractions that Spring builds on top of Java. This question is important to note developers who not only write applications but fully understand the Spring Framework

Spring manages the lifecycle (instantiation, invocation, destructor) of Spring Beans through the IoC container, whereas, Java Beans are a concept outside of the scope of Spring and simply define some interfaces that a Java class must have.

Java uses classes to take all the properties and behaviors of an object in a program and combine them into a single template. You can find out how much the candidate knows about the Java programming language to work efficiently with the Spring framework by asking this question. He or she may answer that Objects have states and behaviors. For example, a particular animal has states like color, breed, as well as behaviors like making specific sounds, body movements, and habits. On the other hand, a class can be defined as an umbrella term or a template/blueprint that describes the behavior/state that the object of its type support.

This question can be a good one following up on previous questions. You can ask this to gauge the developer’s understanding of how Spring manages the overhead of Bean instantiation and destruction and when the custom code will be invoked during the process. A Spring Bean is instantiated, its properties are populated, its custom init() method is called, and then ready to be used. Once it’s ready to be shut down, it calls the destroy() cleanup method.

Autowiring is used to reduce the amount of user-defined configurations by allowing Spring to make implicit decisions on how to manage dependency injection. There are several ways to achieve the autowiring, but it’s often used with the @Autowired annotation for field, setter, and constructor injection. You can ask this question to get more depth into the Spring developer’s knowledge. An experienced developer should be able to explain how @Autowired is used and how Spring uses it to achieve dependency injection.

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More questions for hiring Spring developers

  • What is the difference between BeanFactory and ApplicationContext?
  • What is the distinction between Spring MVC and Spring?
  • What are the Bean scopes available in Spring?
  • What is the Spring IoC (Inversion of Control) Container?
  • What are the various ways of using the Spring Framework?
  • What is a Spring configuration file?

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