At Detect, as a Full-stack Web Developer you’ll be involved in implementing both the back-end and front-end for new and existing products. You will be joining an agile, talented, collaborative team at the forefront of exciting new ventures. Your primary focus will be the development of all server-side logic, ensuring high performance and responsiveness to requests from the front-end. The role also involves handling of Cloud Space and Web Security. Responsibilities: -Writing reusable, testable, and efficient code -Design and implementation of low-latency, user-friendly web applications -Integration of user-facing elements developed by front-end developers with server side logic -Implementation of security and data protection -Integration of data storage solutions
-Looking for early joiners - preferably within 1 month notice. Immediately joiners always welcome. -2+ yrs of relevant exp required, and good to have 4-6 yrs of over all exp. -Good to have client facing skills. - Developers should have worked both on the UI side and the API. - Have worked on Backbone JS and react JS - Have knowledge on Micro services such as REST API.
We are building a nextgen technology platform that connects advisors with individuals. building this product requires atleast some understanding of the financial marketplace, particularly equity and equity derivative side. ideal candidates are those who have worked on mobile trading applications.
Strong understanding and working knowledge in Database designing and programing (Query, Stored Proc)
Strong understanding and working knowledge in Database designing and programing (Query, Stored Proc) in SQL Server Solid understanding of object-oriented programming (OOP) and computer science foundations, such as memory management and low-level algorithm performance. Worked on TFS 2012 / Continuous Integration environment Strong knowledge of software implementation best practices. Strong experience designing and working with n-tier architectures (UI, Business Logic Layer, Data Access Layer) along with some experience with service-oriented architectures (SOA).