Esri

Esri

Redlands, CA

C#/.NET Software Engineer

Are you a talented .NET/C# developer? Do you have a passion for solving development problems with distributed systems? Apply your skills to develop web services for Esri’s ArcGIS Online hosted services, which allow our users to expose a map or dataset on the web without having their own GIS server. As a member of our ArcGIS Online team, you’ll help build the next generation of these innovative services.

Responsibilities:

  • Create web services components that follow industry-standard design patterns, development methodologies, and deployment models
  • Assist in bringing excellent software to the ArcGIS platform
  • Work closely with other developers to design and develop quality APIs that scale to millions of users
  • Write comprehensive technical design specifications and support documentation

Requirements:

  • A minimum of three years of software development experience (it’s a plus if you have experience designing and developing large web software systems)
  • A deep understanding of the web and its protocols
  • Working knowledge of SQL with experience in ASP.NET and Entity Framework
  • Basic knowledge of cloud platforms (Azure, Amazon Web Services) and NoSQL databases
  • Hands-on experience with RESTful web services, distributed systems, and cloud computing
  • Experience with IIS
  • Knowledge of Agile software development methodologies (Scrum)
  • All the other important things that will help you be successful at Esri–good communication skills and the ability to thrive in an environment that encourages innovation
  • Bachelor’s in computer science, engineering, or mathematics, depending on position level

Recommended Qualifications:

  • Microsoft Azure knowledge
  • Expertise with Microsoft technology (Visual Studio, TFS, SQL Server)
  • Familiarity with API development, performance tuning, system scalability

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About Esri

The World’s Operating Manual If the earth came with an instruction manual, geography would be Chapter 1. Essentially, we’re all just trying to keep civilization going, and Esri invented a way to sustain society on an operational level using maps to preempt and solve problems.  There’s no lack of businesses, agencies, and departments that need assistance achieving operational health and even saving lives. We call that “job security.”  Strength in NumbersWe have 4,000 employees, with 1,100 on our dev and product teams—and growing! 350,000 organizations around the world rely on our software. We’ve pledged $1 billion in STEM software to 100,000 K-12 schools and have supported 13,000 nonprofits around the world. We spend almost 30% of our annual revenue on R&D. Our ArcGIS product suite has been localized in more than 30 languages."Data meets geography at Esri, a billion-dollar company whose mapping technology enables feats like predicting flash floods, managing supply chains in real time, and cutting disease outbreaks off at the pass." --Fast Company