Software Developer Jobs In Sharjah | Esri

  • Full Time
  • Sharjah, UAE
  • 15000 AED / Month

Esri

Software Developer Jobs In Sharjah | Esri

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Come join a creative engineering team focused on designing and developing the next generation of solutions for working with raster and imagery in the web. We’re looking for smart, user-focused developers to join our agile development team and help push the boundaries of web development while putting their mark on next-gen Esri software. Join our talented team of engineers and help build new and exciting software that runs on browsers and enterprise class servers and in the cloud.

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Responsibilities

  • Work in a team environment to develop software for the management, manipulation, and display of raster and imagery data in the web
  • Work closely with design teams and product owners to define, design, and implement features
  • Implement secure, performant code to develop new user-facing features, spanning a wide range of UX, such as Charting, Forms, Mapping Controls, Navigation Controls, Analysis Tools
  • Implement functional and unit tests to maintain the quality of our codebase
  • Practice disciplined software engineering, such as automated testing, code reviews, and writing beautiful, pragmatic code

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Requirements

  • 1+ years of experience with web technologies, such as JavaScript, Typescript, HTML, CSS, and RESTful web services
  • Strong JavaScript/TypeScript development skills, including concepts like asynchronous programming, closures, and types
  • Experience with HTML/CSS, including concepts like layout, specificity, cross browser compatibility, and accessibility
  • Excellent problem-solving, design, development, and debugging skills
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced team environment with frequent releases and tight schedules

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