sr java developer, toronto

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One of our Banking Clients is currently looking for a Sr Java developer within Equities IT Technology. He or she will be working on the low latency OMS application platforms that support High and Low Touch flows. Equities OMS team has its own proprietary framework for building trading applications in Java.

The person will be involved in developing and maintaining this framework for the use with whole Equities Trading Technology.

Strong core Java knowledge in a UNIX/Linux environment
a. Knowledge of multi-core / multi-threading concepts
b. Low latency Java (GC elimination)
c. Messaging, TCP/IP, UDP etc.
d. JDK 1.8+ programming paradigms
Agile Experience and Mindset -strong testing and design skills
Strong communication skills
No prior business knowledge is required, although experience on following is a good to have
a. Electronic Trading
b. Fix protocol

3 Must haves:
- Core Java
- Messaging (TCP/UDP/Sockets)
- Multithreading
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