Angular/Node.JS UI Developer at The Judge Group in Irving, TX

The Judge Group
Published
September 19, 2020
Location
Irving, TX
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Angular/Node.JS UI Developer


Location: Irving, TX Description: Our client is currently seeking a Angular/Node.
JS UI Developer Angular/Node.
JS UI Developer: Client is looking for a strong, dynamic, highly motivated, Sr. Angular/Node.
JS UI contract developer to work in a software engineering team for developing global enterprise security product offerings. The individual will help develop UI interfaces and experiences to help deliver a state of the art next generation security solutions products. The individual will be part of a highly collaborative Agile development environment working towards building these solutions using state of the art cloud based solutions. Position Summary: ?
The developer will be responsible for developing UI applications using Angular and Node.js ?
Strong hands on development experience with AngularJS, Mode JS, Type
Script is required ?
Experience with Container based architecture & deployments using Docker ?
Experience in AWS platform is desired ?
Must have basic linux/Unix skills and know how to navigate through network architecture ?
Experience with strong software development practices including continues integration and delivery is must ?
Ability to communicate clearly with both business and development resources. ?
Should be able to perform in a dynamic agile and innovative work environment ?
Must be able to work well with others and independently to drive new solutions, proof of concepts and help drive the architectural direction. Contact: rkumarjudge.com This job and many more are available through The Judge Group. Find us on the web at www.judge.com

Job Expires: 2020-12-18
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