Front-end Angular with Java (Not .Net.) - Remote Position

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Job Description

Front-end Angular with Java (Not .Net.)


Long Term

This position converts to Contract to hire

Please send the resume to mark(AT)sparity(DOT)com

Client Notes:-

They need assistance with writing field inspection applications for the Communication, Signals, and Controls applications for the railroad.

This is an Angular Web application. It is a responsive design, and the framework is already built, but this group is developing a new one inside the framework of the old one.

This covers the radio electronics and signaling system for the railroad. Ideally, they are seeking a candidate that is a HEAVY front end and it is a plus if they can also program on the backend

so they can move to another project in the future.

Here is the technology stack:

JAVA back-end development

Angular front-end development /also let me know that they are now using Angular V 11, they have moved off of 9.

Oracle PL/SQL



BitBucket/Jenkins/Bamboo/ OpenShift

unit and integration testing

Sample interview questions:

How do you create libraries for use in Angular?

Have you led teams in software design?

Architect experience? If so, how many years?

Full stack experience? (not required)

Requirements gathering?

Have you worked with heavy based map building components? (Mapping such as google maps)

How do you do data sharing in Angular?

What is the difference between observables and promises in Angular

What is databinding in Angular?

What databases are you most familiar with? They are on Angular and eventually converting to Mongo.

What do you do when a page is not responding in Angular?

Are you familiar with Agile? They are a blend of Agile, Scrum Kanban

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