Senior Software Engineer:
Synopsys is seeking a Senior Java software engineer to help us reimagine and improve the back-end infrastructure for the Black Duck application. As a team member, you will collaborate with other engineers to propose designs, define epics, groom backlog stories, and develop features and services. As a quality minded person, you will be responsible for authoring repeatable automated tests for your solutions and integrating them with continuous integration. You will become a domain expert in open source, vulnerability detection, and license compliance. The ideal candidate will be an experienced, hands-on engineer that has an excellent track record of delivering enterprise scale solutions.
You will be responsible for:
You will need:
This position is based in Burlington, MA and is FT opportunity!
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The NEJUG Holiday Party is scheduled for our normal "second Thursday" in December, but it is not a normal presentation meeting. Instead, it's an "all fun time" event where we get to chat, eat, drink, and socialize. Come, join us for dinner, great conversation and raffle prizes. Buy your tickets now and get the early bird discount!
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John Galt contributes to the success of organizations and individuals throughout the United States by expertly matching them with one another. Founded in 1997, they have worked with thousands of organizations and individuals over the years to enable them to achieve success. Their focus is on contract technology professionals in disciplines which are critical to an organization’s success.
With software projects becoming more and more complex, delivering new features into production quickly and safely has become a major challenge for most software organizations today. Making sure developers are able to develop and deploy new features in rapid cycles is a key success factor, but this task has long been neglected. The most successful software organizations are prioritizing this key success factor through a new practice called Developer Productivity Engineering. This practice is based on a culture where the entire organization collaborates to maximize developer productivity.
This talk will address the questions:
What are the challenges organizations are facing regarding developer productivity?
Who is responsible for maximizing developer productivity?
Which skills are required in developer productivity engineering?
What tools do teams use to measure and improve their productivity?