Own and drive products and/or features to completion.
Help define direction of your team’s products.
Mentor other team members with design and coding best practices.
Serve as SDE role model for team
Help drive detailed requirements by working closely with product owners and business analysts.
Lead and/or participate in the organization’s technology and design decisions.
Assist development lead in ensuring the software development process is effectively followed including review of design documents, test documents, and code as well as ensuring performance testing, security reviews, and operational readiness reviews are completed effectively.
Bachelor’s Degree, or equivalent experience, relevant certifications, and professional training programs.
3+ years of professional software development experience
Completed at least 3 full product release cycles
Expertise in implementation design including OOD
Expertise in C#, C++, or Java
Deep knowledge in object oriented design and service oriented architecture
Expertise in high-level and implementation design
Knowledge of service oriented architecture (SOA)
Master’s degree in Computer Science
Solid knowledge of the Microsoft technology stack
Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) certification
Knowledge of any of nServiceBus, SiteCore, TFS, PowerShell, SQL, NoSQL, and Active Directory
Knowledge of Azure, AWS, or Rackspace
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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