Software Engineer 2 at Microsoft

Software Engineer 2 Details

June 28, 2019, 9:20 p.m.
Individual Contributor
Bellevue, WA
Platform (CAP) team Citizen Application Platform
The Citizen Application Platform (CAP) team drives the underlying platform and solutions to enable the creation of no code low code products. Dynamics 365, Microsoft Flow, and PowerApps are such products that have enabled the creation of completely new solutions and customization by business users, developers, and ISV's. We are a core platform team that is building a foundation for hosting multiple micro-services powering PowerApps and Common Data Services. We are looking for an experienced Software Engineer to help and build and improve this platform continuously.

The ideal candidate for this role is someone with a passion for the backend services with front-end and customers in mind. In this role, you get to work on technologies such as Service Fabric, Containers and Kubernetes, which host a set of micro-services for CAP. The ideal candidate will be working on enabling and developing micro-services and solutions for easier creation, management, and update of services in the clusters, resource governance, load/performance, CI/CD pipelines, telemetry, and more. You should have a proven track record of making an impact on your team, through the design and
Deep working knowledge of modern techs like Service Fabric Micro-services, Node.js, Web Apps, and a popular programming language like C# or Java. You don't need to know them all; we just expect you to be an expert in at least one major language. 3+ years of experience developing internet-scale cloud-based services with Azure, Google Cloud or Amazon Web Services. 3+ years of experience in software development, C#, ASP.NET, Javascript, SQL, Git, NodeJS, MSBuild, PowerShell or VSTS Preferred Qualifications: • Experience developing with Azure or other cloud services • Strong written and verbal communication
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