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Senior Software Engineer - C#, Java, ASP.NET at IBM (Atlanta, GA)

Do you love to participate in design sessions? Do you get fired up about solving complex problems in a clever way? What about unit testing? Then keep reading!

As an IBM Senior Software Developer, you will have a chance to work closely with a team of passionate and talented software engineers who take code quality and testing seriously. We are also a team who realize we succeed when our customer succeeds, so we focus on their success. Our customers are currently internal teams, and we are building a set of microservices that will be used by numerous teams to deliver exciting products to the market. Have you ever wanted to be famous? Well your work will be directly visible via these product offerings to thousands of external IBM customers.

If you are our ideal candidate, you will have demonstrated strong technical and problem solving skills using your favorite programming language; a passion for technology and software, and strong team skills. You have a knack for coming up with clever solutions when everyone else is out of ideas, and you aren't afraid of doing the hard work. TDD? You own it. Build tools? You know your favorites like the back of your hand. Deployments? You've made them push-button easy. Oh and don't get you started on debugging code because you're the best bug hunter on your current team.

If the above describes you, and you are ecstatic about joining IBM, then we'd like to talk to you if you have the following:

A strong foundation with ES6 (5+ years of ES5 is also okay)

Extensive RESTful API development with .NET, Java or (ideally) Node

Object Oriented Design and Design Patterns, Algorithms and Data Structures (basic computer science stuff)

Unit and functional testing with Mocha/Chai and Postman, mocking with Sinon (or similar)

Experience with build tools such as Gulp or Grunt

Some idea of what UML is and how to use some of it effectively

Excellent debugging know-how with whatever framework you currently use

*Preferred Professional and Technical Expertise
Preferred Technical

10+ years of relevant work experience

Guru with NodeJS with Express

1+ year(s) of Typescript development

Guru with extensive experience with NoSQL databases

Some experience with graph databases

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