My Dublin based client is looking for a Software Developer with experience using MEAN stack
-Code, test and debug software programs
-Works independently to design and develop small technical modules.
-Assists with repairing coding problems.
-Acts as a technical resource for other analysts on the team.
-Works with team to develop project plans and communicate software development plans.
-Provides technical support to clients on existing problems escalated as appropriate.
Experience in MEAN stack – Mongo, Express, Angular, and Node.js
3-4 years of application architecture and development experience
Angular development experience, including creating custom components
Awareness of secure software development principals
Understanding of unit testing and commitment to cover all code with unit tests
Experience with automated testing of front end
Self-starter with excellent organizational and time management skills
Familiarity working in an Agile DevOps environment
Knowledge of building applications in a Microservice architecture
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