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Software Developer I (Junior Developer)
Email Resume to: jobs [at] agilevent.com
Salary Range: 55K-70K
- iPhone & iPad
- Amazon Web Services (AWS)
- Ruby on Rails
- Continuous Integratoin
- Continuous Deployment
- Twitter Bootstrap
- … and much more
You are not expected to know the list of technologies above, you will learn them on the job as needed.
We’re avid users and contributors to open source and believe in giving back to the community through open source contributions, interactions with user groups, code camps, give camps and conferences.
Skills and Requirements
We are looking for someone who fits the description of “Smart, and gets things done”.
We’re looking for someone who has a passion for technology and new challenges and is not scared of change (becuase we all know how fast technology moves). We love to stay on the cuting edge of technology and learn new things and we’re looking for someone who enjoys the same. We’re looking for someone who is willing to accept new projects head on and give it their best shot.
You should have one to three years of experience in development and have a strong fundamental base of Computer Science. You should be a team player and enjoy working in a agile development methodology (Kanban, Scrum, etc). You should be able to pick up new technologies quickly and be willing to educate and communicate such knowledge with other team members.
Telecommuting is OK for the right candidate.
Agilevent is a multi-faceted development and software consulting company. We develop software for companies ranging from start-ups to full fledged fortune 500 companies. Software is built using various different technologies and services that inlcude Amazon Web Services, Heroku and Azure (as well as self hosting).
Agilevent produces a vast array of products, most of which include some incarnation of mobile development (Android or iOS) as well as a backing WEB API for the client application to consume.
Agilevents founder, Donn Felker, is the author of the best selling “Android Application Development for Dummies” as well as two other books and numerous articles in the software industry. He is an open source advocate, contributor and consistently gives back to the community via user groups, conferences and code camps.
Joel Test score: 11/12
The Joel Test is a twelve-question measure of the quality of a software team.
- Do you use source control? YES
- Can you make a build in one step? YES
- Do you make daily builds? YES
- Do you have a bug database? YES
- Do you fix bugs before writing new code? YES
- Do you have an up-to-date schedule? YES
- Do you have a spec? YES
- Do programmers have quiet working conditions? YES
- Do you use the best tools money can buy? YES
- Do you have testers? NO
- Do new candidates write code during their interview? YES
- Do you do hallway usability testing? YES