Engineering | Long Beach, California
The Laserfiche development team is looking for a talented coder who enjoys creating new features and improving what already exists. If you thrive in a fast-paced environment, want to do more than maintenance projects and are passionate about commanding the power of server-side technology, this job is for you!
As a back-end developer at Laserfiche, you’ll be part of a collaborative team that works in an iterative manner to deliver the next generation of the Laserfiche document and records management
- Gather software requirements, develop functional software designs and specifications.
- Write and debug server-side code, primarily in, but not limited to, C++ and C#.
- Write, debug, and optimize SQL queries and stored procedures.
- Develop test plans and write test code.
- Measure application performance and optimize code.
- Write documentation for code artifacts and the design of subsystems.
- Assist product support engineers in troubleshooting problems encountered by customers, and developing patches and fixes.
- Research new technologies for use in product development.
What You’ll Need:
- A B.S. in computer science or similar technical field of study.
- Strong knowledge of modern C++. Knowledge of C# and the .NET Framework is desirable.
- 3+ years of experience in developing scalable cloud systems.
- A good understanding of computer architecture, operating systems, network programming, and databases.
- The ability to understand, speak, and write technical documentation in English.
- The ability to manage one’s own time and to multi-task effectively.
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