Software Engineer (Apps) 4

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IAC Search & Media has a Software Engineer (Apps) 4 opening in Oakland, CA. Provide development support for the Ask.com family of websites and answers platform; As part of a team of Engineers and Designers, build and design new, innovative and cutting-edge features using latest internet technologies; Provide end-to-end client- and server-side development, writing clean, well-tested and maintainable code; Improve the current front-end Ask.com platform for performance, scalability and maintainability; Work closely with Product Team to prototype next-generation web products; Liaise with Engineers to define APIs for restful data services; Keep up-to-date and research new web technologies; Attend and participate in SCRUM meetings.
Requirements: Bachelors in Computer Science, Engineering or related technical field following by 5 years progressive post-baccalaureate experience in the job offered or computer related occupation.
Experience must include:
1. Java, JSP, JavaScript
2. Object Oriented Programming
3. XML, Spring and Hibernate
5. Web Services
6. Cross-browser optimization
7. Selenium Integration Testing Framework
8. Linux command-line tools like grep, sed, awk, netstat ifconfig, curl etc. and shell scripting
9. Java JMX monitoring via VisualVM/jConsole
10. Java memory leak detection, analysis and remediation
11. JUnit/TestNG for unit/integration testing
Please mail resume to: Claudia Nerio, Benefits Administrator, IAC Search & Media, 555 12th Street, Ste 500, Oakland, CA 94607. Please refer to Job # 1607.261.

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