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Software Developer

Company Name:
YourCause, LLC
Designing, developing, testing and installing various client-server, web-based software applications and systems using ASP.net, XML, HTML, JavaScript, C#, VC#, WCF, and jQuery; developing software applications focusing primarily on system oriented architecture and object-oriented design and analysis, with extensive experience in the full life cycle of software design process; gathering and interpreting functional specifications and user requirements; providing technical and architectural leadership for Microsoft .Net web applications; creating project and application architecture deliverables that are consistent with architecture principals, standards, methodologies, and best practices; defining technical evaluation criteria for product and technology selection and determining technical approaches to ensure all architectural solutions result in a coherent system design; providing expert knowledge of mobile application architecture to business and technology teams and facilitating the collaborative development to the technology strategy, technology standards, roadmaps, and practices; defining and validating non-functional (technical) requirements, and establishing traceability between requirements and application architecture/design; generating reports using Crystal Report; and designing logical and physical database structures and objects for customization and enhancements of multiple systems, using SQL Server, and other relational databases, on networked PCs and workstations in Windows.
Location: Carrollton, Texas
Salary: $90,000 per year
Education: Bachelors - Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or in a related field of study (will accept equivalent foreign degree).
Training: None
Experience: Two (2) years in the position above, as an Application Developer, or in a related occupation.
Experience must include use of ASP.net, C#, SQL Server, XML, HTML, WCF, and JavaScript.
Will also accept any suitable combination of education, training and/or experience.
All applicant resumes must be submitted via: 1st Class U.S. Mail to:

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