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InterMine Java Developer

We are looking for a software developer to work with Java and PostgreSQL as part of the Wellcome Trust funded InterMine project here in the Department of Genetics. InterMine is an open source software system for building data warehouses of biological data. It can integrate data from many different formats into a central database and makes the data available to query via a flexible web application and web services. InterMine is used at several high profile genomics databases around the world including databases that we build and maintain in Cambridge. See InterMine.org for more information. Core InterMine development is carried out by a team of developers at Cambridge University. We need a developer to work on all aspects of the server side InterMine code, in particular taking responsibility for the database access and performance of the system.

See the position announcement for full details. The closing date for applications is 24 September 2010.

Richard Smith


Posted to the GMOD News on 2010/09/16