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Why Java is the obvious choice for Microservices and its advantages over other languages. Learn the fundamentals of planning a Microservices deployment using Java.

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A backend Java developer for microservices is responsible for developing and maintaining the server-side application logic for microservices-based applications. They are also responsible for integrating the application with the front-end developers. 

The developer should have experience in Java programming language and microservices architecture. They should also be familiar with Spring Boot, which is a popular framework for building microservices-based applications in Java12.

Spring Boot is an open-source micro-framework that provides Java developers with a platform to get started with an auto-configurable production-grade Spring application. 

It makes developing web applications and microservices with Spring Framework faster and easier through three core capabilities: autoconfiguration, an opinionated approach to configuration, and the ability to create standalone applications12.

The main benefits of using Spring Boot include:

  • Time-efficient and effortless development of Spring-based apps.
  • Autoconfiguration of all components for a production-grade Spring application.
  • Prebuilt embedded servers (Tomcat, Jetty, and Undertow), leading to accelerated and more productive app deployment.
  • Quick and safe environment configuration for software development.
  • Reduces code length and simplifies the development process by utilizing annotations for more straightforward code.
  • Facilitates the creation and management of RESTful web services123.

Spring is an open-source framework that provides a comprehensive programming and configuration model for modern Java-based enterprise applications12. Spring Boot is an extension of the Spring framework that is used mainly to develop REST APIs32.

The key difference between Spring and Spring Boot is its features. Spring uses dependency injection while it is auto-configuration in Spring Boot. 

Another key difference between Spring and Spring Boot is that Spring is a framework, while Spring Boot is a framework and an application. This means that you can use Spring to build just about any kind of application, from a simple command-line tool to a complex, distributed system14.

"Welcome to my Gig! As an experienced Associate Software Engineer, I specialize in Java backend development, primarily focusing on building scalable RESTful APIs and microservices. With over 1.8 years of hands-on experience, I've developed a strong understanding of Data Structures and Algorithms which aids me in creating efficient and robust systems.

My technical repertoire includes Java, Spring Boot, MongoDB, MySQL, and RabbitMQ, empowering me to take on a wide range of projects. 

I'm adept at implementing new features from scratch, troubleshooting and resolving bugs, and optimizing workflows to ensure the smooth operation of applications. In addition, I prioritize quality, employing comprehensive J-Unit testing, and leveraging Jenkins for a seamless CI/CD pipeline.

Whether you need a basic Java setup or a comprehensive full-stack solution, I'm here to provide tailored services that meet your needs. I offer three distinct packages - 'Java Jumpstart' for basic tasks, 'Spring Sprint' for moderate-level projects, and 'Full-Stack Forge' for complex or comprehensive needs.

Feel free to contact me to discuss your project requirements. I look forward to working with you!"

Java Jumpstart : $60
This package could include initial setup or small scale projects, and basic features development.

Spring Sprint : $150
This package could include moderate level projects with Spring Boot, RESTful API development.

Full-Stack Forge : $200
This package could include complex projects, full-stack development, RESTful API, microservices.

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