• Web Applications Developer

    Location UK-London
    Posted Date 4 months ago(8/2/2018 8:03 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-2489
    # Positions
    1
    Category
    Software
  • Overview

    The Web Applications Developer will be responsible for developing software applications that meet various business needs of the company.  Some applications will start as a ‘black slate’ while others will already have a foundation to build upon.  These applications will need to interact with other Vubiquity and third party systems and applications.  The Web Applications Developer participates in the design, development, documentation, analysis, creation, testing and modification of computer systems and programs based on and related to system design specifications at Vubiquity. He/she is expected to be highly skilled and proficient in the theoretical and practical application of specialized knowledge related to computer systems, analysis, programming and software engineering while working independently and without close supervision.

    Responsibilities

    • Design, and implement solutions for high-performance systems using data processing applications, home grown tools, Unix tools (Rudy on Rails, Perl, Shell Scripting, Java), and other emerging technologies
    • Develop prototypes rapidly for evaluation and validation purposes
    • Define, design and implement databases changes to support new features and enhancements
    • Document code and system designs
    • Provide and perform application support and systems maintenance
    • Perform research and analysis on needs and possibilities
    • Lead and mentor junior team members

    Qualifications

    The ability to design, develop and build internal and customer facing web experiences to for customization and management.

     

    .NET, ASP.NET, MVC, RestFull, JSON, JavaScript, JQuery, CSS, HTML, XUnit, Moq, Visual Studio Online, Azure Cloud, Azure App Services, .NET Core, TDD

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