Backend Software Developer at Pro Search in Portland, ME

Pro Search
September 16, 2020
Portland, ME
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Backend Software Developer

Our Portland Maine Based client is looking for a Back end Guru to help them out on Designing and developing API's Backend Developer Project is an order management system for ETF's. It will be an API Driven development. The team is looking for an individual contributor to help build out both back-end and UI integration work. This person is expected to be a mid to senior level developer who can work independently as well as with the larger team. Team Philosophy We have an open-allocation team governance, code is your resume. The team has a Unix philosophy in design and implementation. The ideal candidate will have top down problem solving skills. Responsibilities and Duties Your primary role will be designing and developing API's, creating Database Models, ensuring responsiveness of applications and meeting and meeting technical and consumer needs.


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The ideal candidate will maintain quality and ensure the responsiveness of applications. Collaborate with the engineering team to design and launch new features, maintain code integrity and organization. Also, the implementation of security and data protection are very important. Mandatory Skills You are required to have proficient experience using Angular Python and .NET Core and experience using Ubuntu and MySQL. Preferred bull Strong understanding of front-end technologies such as Sass
Less, HTML5, bull Experience working with build tools such as Webpack. bull Knowledge of code versioning tools such as Git, Mercurial. bull Basic knowledge of AWS services such as Lambda, API Gateway, S3, EC2 Tim Hoey 207-###-####


Job Expires: 2020-12-15
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