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Bank of America is looking for a Programmer, Reference Data Group in New York, NY.


Bank of America is looking for a Programmer, Reference Data Group in New York, NY. According to the post, “We are looking for an application developer to join our Reference Data Platform team within the Global Markets Reference Data program in New York. The team is responsible for development of a technology platform which provides Client Onboarding , and the Reference Data feed for Global Markets business. This is an exciting role focused on application development using some of the market leading technologies like Scala, Java , AJAX ,ExtJs etc. We use Agile methodology for all the development.
This is a highly development-centric role and you will be expected to deliver technical solutions by managing all phases of software development life cycle. You must be able to analyze business or technical requirements and design solutions to develop critical components of our Data Quality platform. You must be a good team player with strong communication skills.”


Qualifications for the position include: “Strong Scala or Java development skills (Scala would be preferred but we will definitely consider candidates with strong Java skill set and willing to learn Scala). Strong understanding of software build/ release mgmt (with at least one build tool e.g. ANT). UI technolofy skills like JAX, javascript and html. Good understanding of unit testing concepts. Familiarity with development patterns. SQL Programming Competency (with practical experience of at least one RDBMS). Experience in tuning performance of Big Data applications at hardware and software level.  Familiarity with RDF and SPARQL.”


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