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NoSQL Job of the Day: Senior Software Developer

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glby Angela Guess

GM is looking for a Senior Software Developer in Detroit, MI. According to the post, “The Senior Software Developer is responsible for developing software applications using sound, repeatable, industry best practices and in accordance with GM’s software development project methodology. The Senior Software Developer will work hands-on writing code while leading other developers on the team. Developers may specialize in a particular software package or coding language. Development activities will include updating existing software and/or developing new programs to address a specific need or solve a particular business problem. This role will contribute to all development activities in accordance with appropriate methodologies (e.g. Agile, Incremental, Spiral…), application of a repeatable, systematic and quantifiable approach to the development process.”

Qualifications include: “Expertise in at least one area and knowledge from at least two areas: Microsoft: ASP.NET/VB.NET/C#/VC++/MFC, Microsoft Dynamics, Sharepoint. Web: Java, HTML, HTML5, Javascript, Python, PHP, CSS3. Mainframe: COBOL, Mainframe, IMS. Frameworks: Struts, Spring, .NET, Jquery, ExtJS.┬áDatabases: Oracle, SQL Server, DB2,PL/SQL Programming, Stored Procedure Development, Performance Tuning, Data warehouses/ETL tools. NoSQL : Hadoop, Casandra. Web Application Servers: WebSphere, WebLogic, TomCat, IIS. Other: Business Intelligence, Mobile Development, Oracle SOA, SAP, Peoplesoft, Teamcenter/NX, Oracle Identity Suite. Development Environments: Eclipse, Jdeveloper, Visual Studio.┬áMajor Standards: AJAX, JSON. OS: Linux, UNIX, Android, iOS. Tools: QC/ALM, Performance Center, QTP, Selenium, Subversion, Rally, Teamforge, Rational suite, Hudson/Jenkins, Sonar. Methodologies: Agile, Spiral, Waterfall, Iterative.”

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