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Software Engineer - PHP at Tenable, Inc. (Columbia, MD)

Your Role:

We are looking for a qualified individual to join our product development team. This position designs storage layouts, aggregation and reporting engines for large data sets and handles internal messaging for Tenable's vulnerability management and log analysis solutions. The right candidate will need to be able to collaborate with the user interface team in a fast paced and dynamic environment in order to push new functionality to the customer.

Your Opportunity:

  • Collaborate with the technical lead and other developers to design, develop and maintain features of our vulnerability management products

  • Work with vulnerability data, log data, and security events

  • Create and update both design and functional documents

  • Perform unit and integration testing to assure the quality of development efforts

  • Benchmark and analyze performance of software implementations

  • Work in an Agile team with daily standups

What you'll need:

  • B.S. or M.S. degree in Computer Science or a related field

  • 2 - 5 years of enterprise application type development experience with either PHP or C (candidates will be asked to complete an assessment to demonstrate proficiency)

  • Application development experience on Unix/Linux

  • Strong understanding of design patterns and data structures

  • Exposure to the full software development life cycle (SDLC): requirements analysis, design, estimation, development, QC and unit testing

  • Must have a strong initiative and the ability to work both in a self-directed manner and as part of a team

And ideally:

  • Experience with multi-threaded and network programming

  • Experience with debugging and analysis tools (Wireshark, GDB, Valgrind)

  • Experience with a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) like SQL or Oracle.

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