Sr. R Shiny Application Developer at hire IT people

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September 16, 2020
Boston, MA
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Job Expires: 2020-12-15


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Sr. R Shiny Application Developer

Job Title Sr.
R Shiny Application Developer Primary Skills R programming, build complex, modular, interactive apps in the RShiny framework, web-UI UX, Javascript. Anticipated Project Duration 3 6 months Location Boston MA area, or remote


Build web screens to captureupdateanalyze complex electrophysiological data Incorporate raw data import feature Blend manually entered and imported raw data Build complex analysis features to process data through computations Interactive and iterative options to review computation results, perform QC, fix issues, and recompute Generate graphstables and other visualizations Leverage SQL Server to store data Builds software compliant with corporate IT standards (follows language-based best practices, submits code for peer reviews, follows change management process) Skills Advanced experience with R programming and building complex, modular, interactive applications in the RShiny framework Web development
- UI UX experience Java
Script frameworks React-Redux (strongly preferred) or Angular JQuery, JSON, AJAX, HTML5 CSS3 SQL Server database Ability to create complex online charts, graphs and dashboards (data visualizations in R) Azure DevOps (GitTFS), or Atlassian stack Experience with web API services (JSON, REST) Experience Software development life cycle BABS in Computer Science, Statistics, Applied Mathematics or related field Experience working with science teams, scientific data and data visualizations


Bachelor's degree in information Technology or related field or equivalent experience required. Priya Vadapalli 202-###-####
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