SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER: Responsible for gathering requirements, building, and validating new Xerebro plugins & campaigns. Req Master’s or foreign equiv deg in Comp Sci, Engg, Math, Info Sys, or a related field. 2 yrs exp in: Collaborating w different teams on design & testing of new features & improvements to current code using C#.NET, ASP.NET, WCF/Web services, MS SQL Server, Cosmos, MS Test, NUnit; Producing design docs, writing code, bldg code, writing test cases & performing unit & integration testing for developing software components using C#.NET, ASP.NET, WCF/Web srvcs, MS SQL Server, Cosmos, MS Test, & NUnit; Testing computer software, performing troubleshooting, & utilizing bug tracking tools to track & report on test status & defects using MS Test, NUnit, & VSTS; Designing, developing & deploying Bus. Intelligence solutions using C#.NET, ASP.NET, Data Mdling, MS SQL Srvr, & Cosmos; & Extracting & analyzing lrg volumes of complex data thru data mining, machine learning, & info retrieval techniques using MSFT SQL Srvr, SSAS, & Cosmos. Position includes travel to various unknown client sites up to 100%. Position may include additional duties that utilize the required skills. Position at Design Laboratory, Inc. in Bellevue, WA. To apply, please send resume & cover ltr to firstname.lastname@example.org
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