New job Blockchain Developer in Chhattisgarh
Company : Techment Technology
Salary : Details not provided
Location : Chhattisgarh
You will be part of a diverse team creating cutting-edge software products. We are looking for someone who has a strong passion for building high availability, secure, transaction-based technology products. This is an excellent opportunity to work with an agile high growth team and creative environment supporting your long-term career plan.
The ideal candidate for this position will be an adept programmer, who is able to break down the large technical problem, use logical and analytical skills to solve them systematically.
Roles & Responsibilities
- Research, design, develop, and test BlockChain applications
- Brainstorm and help evaluate applications for new tools and technologies as the continually evolve
- Maintain and extend current distributed applications, be responsible for its integration and workflow
- Document new solutions as well as maintaining that of existing ones
- Develop and maintain art factories
- Proficiency in Blockchain Supporting Languages like Solidity, Go, Java, Kotlin.
- Strong BlockChain development experience on network, protocol and application layer
- Experience working with open-source platforms hyper ledger, Ethereum etc.
- Understand the private BlockChain network
- Strong experience with different PAAS solutions offered by different cloud platforms such as Azure, AWS etc.
- Strong experience with computer networking is desirable including details of network topology and OSI layer protocols
- Experience working with smart contract programming such as go, node.
- Proficiency in one of the following languages: Java, NodeJS
- Knowledge with messaging services like Kafka
- API integration experience with 3rd party applications is desirable
- Experience with Secure coding practices is a plus
- Take active participation in understanding project requirements and deliver a module as per assigned tasks.
- Think out of the box and don't give up easily as BlockChain is a fairly complex concept and there isn't much help available over Stack Overflow
- 3+ years