What is Java?

Before we dive into the specifics of a Java developer role, let’s start with the basics. Java is a programming language, widely considered to be one of the most popular in the world. Nine million developers use Java regularly. Not to be confused with JavaScript, Java itself is also a platform for application development, which many programming languages are not.

In the world of computer programming, Java is one of the older languages. Sun Microsystems developed the language in 1995 based on the syntax of C and C++. Today, Java is part of Oracle.

Java is a concurrent, class-based, and object-oriented programming language. It was initially designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible, which led to the term “write once, run anywhere” (WORA). This means that compiled Java code can run on all platforms with no need for recompiling the code.

Because of its inherent linguistic design, Java has many benefits that behoove companies. Java-based applications are known for their speed and scalability. Java’s efficient processing speeds are used in software, computer games, and mobile apps. (Indeed, Java is the programming language of choice for Android.)

Java is also a statically typed language, so that it brings a much greater degree of safety and stability to its programs compared to other popular languages. This safety and stability is a necessity for companies that require major bandwidth in their software and apps.

New programmers often start learning Java early because it’s easy to break into, though it does take time to master. Due to its ease of use, there are many Java developers for companies to hire.

Based on recent data, Java is used in 2.6% of all websites whose server-side programming is known. While the language doesn’t seem to be used by many sites, it is used by sites with high traffic almost exclusively. Well-known websites that rely on Java include LinkedIn, Chase, Salesforce.com, and Indeed.com. Both UPS.com and IRS.gov recently began using Java as well.

Java is an influential language, as many languages have descended from it, including the popular PHP, Python, Scala, and JavaScript. Interestingly, PHP, a Java descendant, is used in over 82% of websites whose server-side programming is known.

While many smaller companies may opt to start building programs using a different language, as they grow and require more speed and stability, they often switch to Java programming. Twitter is a perfect example.

What Does a Java Developer Do?

A Java Developer is responsible for the design, development, and management of Java-based applications. Because Java is used so widely, particularly by large organizations, the daily roles vary widely, but can include owning a particular application or working on several at one time.

Developer vs. Engineer

This is a common debate in the IT world. As a swiftly changing field, many IT experts say titles don’t matter – the job description and responsibilities do. While a Java developer or engineer may be focused solely on app development that uses the Java language, a title like software developer or software engineer could mean working with multiple languages or on specific customer-centric software that may not be Java-based.

In many cases, a Java developer’s job description goes well beyond mere computer programming. Many roles require that Java developers embrace taking part in full software development lifecycles and strive to improve the overall product by researching alternative ways and technologies to achieve the overall goal.

Roles and Responsibilities

The roles and responsibilities of a Java developer or Java engineer will vary greatly depending on the company and specific position. Here are some examples of typical responsibilities: The roles and responsibilities of a Java developer or Java engineer will vary greatly depending on the company and specific position. Here are some examples of typical responsibilities:

  1. 1. Designing, implementing, and maintaining Java applications that are often high-volume and low-latency, required for mission-critical systems Delivering high availability and performance
  2. 2. Contributing in all phases of the development lifecycle
  3. 3. Writing well-designed, efficient, and testable code
  4. 4. Conducting software analysis, programming, testing, and debugging Managing Java and Java EE application development
  5. 5. Ensuring designs comply with specifications
  6. 6. Preparing and producing releases of software components
  7. 7. Transforming requirements into stipulations
  8. 8. Support continuous improvement
  9. 9. Investigating alternatives and technologies
  10. 10.Presenting for architectural review

Job Brief

We are looking for a Java Developer with experience in building high-performing, scalable, enterprise-grade applications. You will be part of a talented software team that works on mission-critical applications. Java developer roles and responsibilities include managing Java/Java EE application development while providing expertise in the full software development lifecycle, from concept and design to testing. Java developer responsibilities include designing, developing and delivering high-volume, low-latency applications for mission-critical systems.

Designation:- Java Developer(Full Stack)

Qualification:-B.E/B.Tech/MCA/BCA/Diploma/M.Tech/Any Branch/Any Stream

Skill Set Required:-Core Java,JSP/Servlet,Struts 1,2,Sping,Spring Boot,Angular,NotesJS,DataBase.

Job Location:-Kolkata,Bengaluru,Jordan,USA

Experience:- 0 to 5 Years