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Software Developer - Ground floor to Sky High! Burlington 78884

Position: Software Developer - Ground floor to Sky High! Burlington 78884
Employer: Express Employment Hamilton
City: Burlington
State/Province: ON

Our client is a developer of a data analysis web application that can deliver improved return on investment in market and customer profiling projects required by customer-facing businesses and organizations of all sizes. A start-up company with potential for incendiary growth, is looking to augment its current service offering with a SAAS model ad-on application that will provide client companies with real time, automated, market data interpretation. Connecting to our clients will be your job.

Here is What You Will Be Doing

  • Within 3 months of hire develop a robust and scalable API for a SAAS model automated marketing data and interpretation solution by:
  • Quickly understanding and assessing the current platform.
  • Brainstorming, determining the end game deliverables and seeking approval of same.
  • Setting priorities and writing code like crazy.
  • Meeting deadlines.
  • Develop a number of solid API portals for the firm’s business customers.
Are you Qualified?
  • A focus on best practices, well-designed interfaces and scalability.
  • Towing competence with PHP, .net and AJAX.
  • Entrepreneurial.
  • Exceeding expectations while having fun.

Please submit your resume today for consideration.

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