Id: 178954 Location: Kennett Square, PA Job Type: Direct Hire We are seeking a .Net Developer to join our growing application development team. As a part of our team, you will be developing innovative, high quality, and robust web applications and micro services.
As a member of the team you will...
•Develop cutting-edge financial applications.
•Be a member of an agile scrum team that owns development of a specific product or platform.
•Collaborate with other software engineering teams, design team, quant team, product owners and managers, and business stakeholders.
•Develop software in our technology stack which is constantly evolving but currently includes .NET, ServiceStack, RabbitMQ, SQL Server, ASP.NET MVC, AngularJS, Redis, various Amazon web services, unmanaged C code, Nvidia Cuda, and Python.
•Participate in Quarterly Hack Weeks in which teams and individuals pitch new product concepts and technology improvements similar to a startup weekend.
•Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Engineering, or equivalent practical experience.
•3+ years experience developing in .NET framework.
•Comfort with full stack software development, including computationally intense back-end development and service design, data storage and access models, amd enterprise level messaging patterns,.
•Proclivity towards refactoring and continuously improving OO code through agile development methods.
•Testing skills including use of inversion of control, mocks, and stubs in unit testing and integration testing frameworks.
•Experience working in an agile scrum environment.
•Experience with .NET Core.
•Experience with with modern web frameworks like AngularJS or React.
•Open source development projects.
•Contributions to the local developer community.
•Advanced degrees in mathematics, computer science, engineering, or sciences.
•R&D experience at the collegiate or professional level.
•Quantitative and modeling skills with an ability to learn techniques in numerical optimization, data mining, simulation, or model calibration.