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C# Developer

Company: Pixoul
Location: Fort Myers
Posted on: July 31, 2022

Job Description:

As a C# Developer, you will need to produce and implement functional software solutions. You will work with executive management to define software requirements and take the lead on operational and technical projects. In this role, you should be able to work with minimal supervision. Your goal will be to develop high-quality applications used by millions.Responsibilities:

  • Development and maintenance of new and existing high-volume web applications
  • Testing new and clever ways to build and monetize mobile audiences
  • Lead break-out engineering teams to complete projectsRequirements:
    • 4+ years of experience building and scaling high-volume, high-availability web applications
    • You've worked with AWS technologies - e.g. EC2, RedShift, DynamoDB, Firehose, Kinesis or cloud technologies
    • Proficient building applications utilizing C# and .NET MVC
    • Exposure to digital advertising technologies and familiarity with products such as AdMob a plus
    • You use data to drive decisions
    • You have built cross-functional partnerships across teams to help deliver complex and powerful apps
    • You're a craftsperson that takes pride in the craft of mobile development
    • You care about user satisfaction. At the end of the day, we're creating meaningful capabilities for our mobile audiences. It's about working collaboratively to figure out what exactly what our users need and deliver itBenefits
      • Unlimited Paid Time Off along with 10 paid holidays
      • 401k match up to 6%, Health/Vision/Dental, Flexible Spending Accounts

Keywords: Pixoul, Fort Myers , C# Developer, IT / Software / Systems , Fort Myers, Florida

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