Position Overview 

As a Full Stack Developer, you will be working with a talented team responsible for enabling clients to successfully setup and operate DoubleVerify’s rich suite of products. You will be responsible for developing client facing screens and components and the back-end services handling the business logic of those products. You will need to emphasize UI and UX flawless experience in terms of responsiveness, ease of use and functionality. You will be closely coordinating and working with multiple development, product and Client Services teams.

This position is full-time and located in our New York City headquarters office.

What you’ll do:

  • Build applications utilizing 70% backend development and 30% frontend development.
  • Design and develop robust microservices built with .NET Core and Java. The services are integrated with various systems including Salesforce, databases and internal APIs.
  • Design, develop and document APIs to be used by partners and other development teams.
  • Design and create relational databases along with the applications accessing them.
  • Develop client side visualizations for UI driven products using Angular framework.
  • Develop client side code in Javascript, Typescript, and NodeJs to integrate the client visualization with the business logic.
  • Style client components using Material, CSS and SCSS
  • Test and optimize code developed both by you and by other team members.
  • Work in continuous development and integration cycles by utilizing a micro-frontend and microservices backend architectures with automated packaging and deployments. 
  • Work in a fast paced, agile environment, collaborating with team members and Product Managers on a daily basis and participating in product meetings. 
  • Analyze data to study the usage patterns and effectiveness of client facing systems in the ongoing effort to provide the most user friendly experience.

Who you are:

  • At least 3 years of total backend programming experience.
  • At least 3 years of experience programming in C#, Java or C++.
  • At least 1 year of experience in relational databases like MySQL or SQL Server.
  • At least 1 year of experience in Angular.
  • At least 1 year of experience Node.js, JavaScript, TypeScript, HTML, and CSS.
  • Familiarity with modern microservice architecture, and web-based/REST API’s.
  • Collaborates with team members and participates in Production Support.
  • Salesforce experience is a plus.
  • Excited to be a part of an inclusive culture where everyone brings the aspects of themselves to the workplace that they need to thrive.

 

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