Senior Full Stack (UI/UX) Developer
Building front-end solution for AT&Ts next generation software defined streaming platform.
Roles and Responsibilities:
• Implement product UI features within a team using best practices to meet product or solution deliverables.
• Address product UI defects as identified by the Operations teams
• Provide peer code reviews with constructive feedback.
• Refactor code to increase operating efficiency and extensibility and/or adapt programs to new requirements.
Key Competencies and Skills:
•Minimum 5 years' experience designing and implementing enterprise grade software.
• Up to date knowledge of current Web UI best practices and usability concepts
• Expert level (or at least) strong working knowledge of current HTML/CSS
• Familiar with building websites for content management systems
• Experience with NoSQL databases (e.g. Mongo DB, Couchbase or Cassandra)
• Previous Development Experience with Spring Boot & Spring Cloud
• Experience or exposure to Google Polymer
• Knowledge of design patterns (MVC, Strategy, Factory, Singleton) and general design considerations.
• Experience with application servers, web servers (Apache) and servlet containers such as Tomcat or Jetty
• Experience using open source libraries and technologies such as Apache Solr, Zookeeper, etc...
• Proficient using UML
• Experience with Maven build systems and the ability to write, debug, maintain and extend Project Object Model (POM) with integration tools such as Jenkins
• Previous development experience using Java, REST Web Services, JSON, XML
• Experience with UI automated testing frameworks (e.g. Selenium, Karma, Protractor) considered a plus.
Education and Qualifications:
• Bachelor Degree in Computer Science or Engineering
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• A creative thinker and experienced problem solver
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