Join the UrbanCode team in Downtown Cleveland
UrbanCode is a DevOps software product line that is experiencing incredible growth and we need your help to grow our software engineering team to meet demand.
Who We AreUrbanCode products are built in several labs across the planet and headquartered out of the downtown Cleveland, Ohio lab. UrbanCode has hundreds of customers including some of leading companies in gaming, retail, banking and technology industries. We provide a fast-paced environment and take pride in delivering software that solves our customers' problems in innovative and creative ways. UrbanCode created a new market segment in 2001 and has retained technological leadership ever since. Our attitude and technical excellence enable us to consistently win even as the competition intensifies. While IBM continues to distribute our product line, the engineering and support teams are now with HCL Technologies.
Who We Are Looking ForWe are looking for senior engineers, college graduates and co-ops that have a passion for writing code. We want people who have written a lot of code in and out of school, even just for fun. To be a good fit, you must be self-motivated, be able to think strategically, have great analytical and problem solving skills, and a strong desire to continually learn and expand your knowledge. Our preference is for candidates with a Computer Science or equivalent degree, experience coding in Java, an understanding of databases and data structures and interest in the software development industry.
What You Will DoYou will be working as a software developer on our market leading DevOps product line. You will code new features, bug fixes, integrations with other software development lifecycle tools, and even help develop new products. You will design, test, research, review code. You will work with a team of highly motivated and passionate developers who not only like to write good code, but care about the success of our products and customers.
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