Lead Python Developer Mashery
Join the Intel Services Division (ISD) where you?ll be part of a small yet high producing team focused on building products that make the right connections for our customers. Through this role you?ll have the opportunity to work with our portfolio products from API Management, software services, and Mobile through building products that go into the advancement of the Internet of Things (IoT).
As a Software development lead, you will be responsible for architecting, designing, developing, and integrating complex Web Services software applications and products utilizing state-of-the-art design and development techniques. You will need to provide technical direction to a team of software engineers through all phases of software design, development and delivery. You will drive design choices for the software structure, frameworks, protocols, and algorithms. You will also help identify appropriate coding practices, development tools, and validation requirements. You will be expected to performs path-finding solutions for project requirements and survey internal and external technologies.
The role requires interaction with multiple software architects in other groups as well as between developers and project managers to evaluate feasibility of requirements and determine priorities for development.
BS Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Information Technology or related skills and at least 7 years of relevant experience.
7 years of demonstrated skills building complex software architectures and systems, object oriented design, object oriented development techniques, algorithm design and coding.
4 years experience in C#/C/C++ development in a Linux/Windows environment.
4 years experience designing and deploying highly scalable cloud-based Web Services utilizing REST, JSON, .NET and scalable
4 years experience with in-depth knowledge of Web Services security and performance optimization.
1 years hands-on experience developing communication framework using XMPP, ICE and NAT traversal techniques
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