PHP Developer - Rdbms Mysql
1d ago
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Responsibilities :

Collaborate with cross-functional teams to define, design, and ship new features.

Unit-test code for robustness, including edge cases, usability, and general reliability.

Work on bug fixing and improving application performance.

Continuously discover, evaluate, and implement new technologies to maximize development efficiency.

Salary : Not Disclosed by Recruiter

Employment Type : Permanent Job, Full Time


PHP Developer PHP RDBMS MySQL java Ruby on rails python My SQL cloud management

Desired Candidate Profile

Requirements :

  • BE / BTech degree in Computer Science, Engineering or a related subject
  • Excellent skills with PHP or any other server side technology.
  • Should have hands on experience with java, Ruby on rails, python,
  • Should have hands on experience with RDBMS like My SQL.
  • Experience handling Amazon webservices for cloud management.
  • Should be able to work on 3rd party API integrations
  • Working knowledge of the general web landscape, architectures, trends, and emerging technologies
  • Solid understanding of the full product development life cycle
  • An in-depth understanding of Object Oriented concepts, data structures and algorithms, advance data structures and algorithms
  • Proficiency in writing cross-browser and mobile code
  • Experience with JSON Parsing and Web Services
  • Experience in source control such as Git and SVN
  • Working knowledge of WAMP / LAMP stack and open source software
  • Experience in creating and consuming RESTful APIs
  • Experience in an Agile development environment
  • A go-getter attitude and self-motivation
  • Education-

    UG : B.Tech / B.E. - Computers

    PG : Any Postgraduate - Any Specialization

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