Full Stack Developer
Our client is seeking a full-stack developer with experience in GIS such as ESRI. You will participate in all aspects of their software development life-cycle which includes estimating, technical design, implementation, documentation, testing, deployment and support of their digital edge platform.
You will work with technical and business owners to implement and evolve their digital edge platform based on customer feedback and new functional requirements.
- Design the platform/ application
- Maintain quality and ensure responsiveness of the platform
- Collaborate with the business to develop and launch new features
- Understanding and implementation of security, privacy and data protection
- Maintain code integrity and organisation
- Support the platform
- API design and development
- RESTful Services
- Exposure geospatial systems such as ESRI
- Databases such as Amazon RDS MySQL, PostgreSQL, DynamoDB, etc…
- Knowledge of code versioning and software development lifecycle tools such as Bitbucket, JIRA, Jenkins
If you are interested in hearing more about this opportunity please contact Alice on 02 8233 2354 or email email@example.com
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