A TIBCO developer is in charge of developing system requirements in complex projects, creating and configuring TIBCO EMS queues, and implementing projects using TIBCO. They also create technical documents for TIBCO projects, optimize process automation, and serve as the head of the TIBCO development team during the development and implementation of projects.
On top of these responsibilities, a TIBCO developer may also be tasked with reviewing data integrity problems, designing unit tests with TIBCO BW, and designing reusable objects in an SOA environment. Usually, employers also expect their TIBCO developers to participate in training sessions implemented by the sales team of the organization.
Most TIBCO developers have a bachelor's degree in computer science, computer engineering, or IT. They are also well-versed in TIBCO Businessworks, Java, C++, Business Integration Middleware products, and TIBCO security aspects.
Becoming a TIBCO developer requires extensive education, experience, and computing prowess. That said, TIBCO developers earn an average salary of $86,000 a year, with top earners making as much as $110,000 annually.