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Seeking API developers that know how to turn intentions into URLs and these are the characteristics and best practices for team members. Realize that an API can't be all things to all audiences, able to identify solutions that appeal to the largest audience. Conceal the complexity of the implementation details and make the API adaptable to change the back-end for future needs. Remove the need to re-implement filtering, sorting and paging in the UI. Don't let the complexity bleed through to the consumers of your API. Through well thought-out documentation give the consuming developer all the tools they will require to consume the API quickly. Provide multiple examples. Describe the fields in terms the consuming developer can understand quickly. Provide a quick start guide which doesn't take long for the consuming developer to start seeing results. Start with simple concepts then work your way up to the full featured example. Read your documentation and follow it like a consuming developer would. Find your flaws before your audience does. Provide fully functional working code as examples in multiple languages to facilitate the learning curve. Provide cURL examples developers can use to get to know and adapt to your API. Show off the API functionality with a cURL example for every use case your API supports. Be consistent across API implementation. Don't make consuming developers struggle as they move from one API to another. Use a simple approach that is repeatable and predictable. Use the same language throughout the implementation and the documentation. Don't switch terms and make the consumer wonder if you are talking about something different when you are not. Pay close attention to performance. When you see the potential for poor performance, point it out and ask for architectural review before developing poor performing code. Remember you are developing your API only once but it will be executed millions of times. There are exceptions to every rule but in general all APIs should execute in less than a second. Take the time to write readable error messages. Take context into consideration when formatting errors. Anticipate Splunk queries such that errors can be quickly correlated across boundaries to reduce the time it takes to identify root cause. Your API should be quick to point out the needle in the haystack. Self-motivated team member with an ability to learn new tools and technologies
* Attend daily stand-up to review progress and impediments, agile ceremonies
* Work closely with the API Modeler and Integration Analyst to:
develop and maintain Cloud REST APIs and Microservices, which includes the full lifecycle of an API:
* Technical user story
* Interface design
* Swagger (Open API) definition
* API implementation design
* API build (debug, containerize, spin up locally
* Develop API unit test plans and cases
* Execute the API Unit Test (includes Security scans, Performance, Capacity, etc.)
* Validate that all test cases 'pass'
* Perform peer review of API code change and document
* Automate the unit test for BitBucket check in
* Check the API into BitBucket, automated unit test executes successfully
* Configure the API container parameters
* Expose to the API Gateway
* Request test deployment of your API with CI/CD coordination, validate the API deployment , validate logging
* Validate service visibility through the monitoring tools
* Document the service in the service catalog
* Retrofit back to main trunk
* Document Lessons Learned with identification of opportunities for automation, share with the team during retrospective
* Success criteria: operationalized API designed, developed, unit tested, deployed, documented, monitored
* Deliver APIs considering automation potential in all processes which includes frequent interaction with DevSecOps
* Become a SME to provide technical expertise for analysis, design, coding, testing debugging new and existing services
* Gain an appreciation for what the API Modelers and Integration Analysts are doing to capture and store the backend system of record (provider) data by working closely with them in the process of delivering REST APIs
* Analyze system interaction issues; provide strong debugging and problem-solving skills with excellent understanding of system development methodologies, techniques and tools.
* Perform peer reviews
* Develop high performance (low-latency) APIs
* Exercise leadership while supporting and mentoring other team members
* Provide testing support (sometimes on weekends)
* Professionally document and maintain API Wiki Developer Portal user and reference materials
* Complete all required training timely
* 3 to 5 years DataPower development experience
* 3 to 5 years JBoss development experience
* 3 to 5 years in financial services industry
* Education: MBA or equivalent experience (SOA interface modeling is a plus)
* Cloud development of APIs and Microservices, Experience modeling RESTful API using Swagger is a plus
* Develop and maintain RESTful and SOAP business functions on DataPower, JBoss or the Cloud;
* Technical expertise for analysis, design, coding, testing debugging new and existing services
* Ability to analyze system interaction issues
* Performance of peer reviews
* Development of unit test cases and plans
* Proven ability to mentor contractors and new developers
* Excellent interpersonal skills, including comprehension and verbal skills, written communication, conflict resolution, teamwork and cooperation, and relationship building
* API management tools experience is a plus
* Knowledge of development, environment and support tools, such as RedHat/OpenShift, MuleSoft, Fuse 7, Virtusa finOS, IBM API Connect experience is a plus
JDK 1.6 and above, TOAD for Oracle Pro 12.0, Oracle Client, MKS Integrity and BitBucket Tooling, Splunk, Spring Boot , Spring Integration, FUSE 7 exposure/experience, WSO2 API Manager & Gateway, RESTful interface design and implementation, Kubernetes, Java/GO language, Python, Node.js, JDK Install, Maven, BitBucket, Ant, Elastik Search, CI/CD Jenkins pipeline, Camel, JBoss Developer Studio 5.0.0, JBoss Application Server/SOA Platform 5.3.1, SOAP UI, WTX Design Studio, SonarQube, Microsoft Visio, Word, PowerPoint & Excel
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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A conviction is not an absolute bar to employment. Factors such as the age of the offense, evidence of rehabilitation, seriousness of violation, and job relatedness are considered in all employment decisions. Additionally, it's the bank's policy to only inquire into a candidate's criminal history after an offer has been made. Federal law prohibits banks from employing individuals who have been convicted of, or received a pretrial diversion for, certain offenses.
About MUFG Americas
MUFG (Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group) is a financial group, which services include corporate banking, commercial banking, consumer banking, wealth management, investment banking, securities, capital markets, personal and corporate trust, and transaction banking.