Stanley Robotics is a highly ambitious robotics start-up launched in January 2015. Set to revolutionise the car-parking world with an automated valet service, our robots can move any vehicle. Already seeing strong growth with several key accounts (car parking providers), Stanley Robotics has raised equity from big name investors and is rolling out in 2019 several large-scale projects.
We are based in the centre of Paris, in the 11th arrondissement.
Working with four 4 other people in the "parking software" team and in collaboration with the rest of the technical team (about 20 people), you will be in charge of improving the back-end product and developing new features.
For example, you will work on:
The creation of algorithm in order to optimise pressure of storage in the parking area;
Interactions with the parking equipment team (cameras, doors...);
Creation of instructions for the robots;
The internal and external API, the technical improvement of our apps...
You will join a team of experienced developers from various backgrounds, flexible and audacious, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Java 8 :
Good knowledge of Spring, Spring Boot, Hibernate/JPA;
Good knowledge of a Java packaging tool (Maven, Gradle);
Good knowledge of the REST API;
Knowledge of agile programming approach;
Good knowledge of code quality tools (SonarQube, Jira, etc..);
Comfortable with Linux shell, Git and Docker.
Good knowledge of Postgresql;
Experience in code monitoring (log, error log, profiling, tracing);
Experience in manipulation of operational data (Stack ELK, etc..);
Experience in microservice architecture;
Experience in Event Streaming / Message Queuing (RabbitMQ, MQTT…);
Experience in authentication and authorization policies (OpenID, OAuth2, hmac, etc.).
What we offer
Fast-paced and flexible environment
Possibility of working from home (1 day a week)
Transparent salary policy
Stock options (BSPCE)
Tell us why you think you are the right person for this job.
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