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Looking to grow your career? This Software Engineer position might be the opportunity for you. Candidates looking to join a highly focused, motivated team might be interested in Robert Half Technology's new position, if they have a strong command of design patterns and software engineering methods. Creating new platforms and maintaining existing technologies are responsibilities critical to the role as well as the ability to effectively collaborate with others. A full-time role, this Software Engineer opportunity will be based in the Rockford, Illinois area. What you get to do every single day - Invite solutions which account for scalability and optimize performance - Promote top programming practices and standards - Produce high quality production-ready code in an agile environment - Supplement solutions which account for scalability and optimize performance - Create and bring about back end and front end components and services - Work closely with the product team to build new features and infrastructure This is a full time position offering a competitive base salary, full benefits package, and paid time off. If you are interested in this exciting opportunity please reach out to Suzanna D'Silva at Suzanna.dsilva@rht.com Job Requirements - Web application frameworks skills desired - Prior experience integrating with API backends - 3+ years software engineering experience - Expertise in .NET Framework - Microsoft SQL Server experience preferred - Comprehensive knowledge of C# - Strong familiarity with JavaScript - Strong familiarity with the planning, launching, and refactoring phases of code - Strong relational database management systems expertise. You can write a query to do almost anything

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