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- Employment Status
- Full Time
Digital People is looking for a mid-level Applications Developer to support the vision and goals of our client. In this role, you will design, build and maintain all web and mobile entities, systems and applications. If this sounds interesting to you, apply today and learn more!
- Supporting on-going maintenance, as well as participating in new development of web and mobile applications.
- Participates in the design, development, enhancement and support of web based and mobile web based applications using technologies such as JAVA, ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC/WebApi, JS libraries, MS SQL Server.
- Follows best practices for the full software development life cycle, including adhering to coding standards, setting up and maintaining builds for continuous integration, designing and coding enterprise framework components, and performing code reviews.
- Develop applications, templates, and components for Content Management Systems such as Sitecore.
- Work in an agile, rapid development, and prototyping environment.
- Responsible for coaching and mentoring other team members.
- Bachelors in computer science, engineering, MIS or equivalent work experience; May have technology certifications
- 3-5 years of progressive work experience designing and developing web based applications
- Expert with application development tools such as Visual Studio or Eclipse
- Expert in server-side languages such as C#, Java, etc.
- Strong knowledge of relational databases, and the ability to write database queries in MS SQL Server
- Creating web services (RESTful API, JSON, XML, AngularJS, HTML5)
- Experience in working with cloud systems, specifically for application hosting, file storage, and other related concerns
- Skilled in development for Content Management Systems such as Sitecore
- Experience customizing workflows and integrations with SFDC
- Experience integrating with 3rd party services, including social applications (e.g. Facebook, Twitter)
- Knowledge and demonstrated experience with cross-browser and cross-platform issues (IE, Firefox, Safari, etc.)
- Exposure to source control systems (SVN, GetHub)