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Business Object Developer
Position Title: asp.net, .net Developers (Washington DC)
Analyze complex business challenges and data requirements and solve these requirements by the delivery of effective reporting solutions
Identify and understand the scope of functionality and suggest development solutions with cost benefit and design options.
Provide timely updates on tasks and meet internal and client deadlines with high quality deliverables.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Provides guidance to others and leads project teams. Resolves highly complex issues, conducts advanced research, and recommends innovations.
Works with customers and users to evaluate, estimate and perform application development and/or business process change requests under the direction of the appropriate Technical Lead
Develops test scenarios and scripts as an integral component of the software quality assurance process
Bachelor's degree in business, software engineering or computer science and 7+ years of technical experience
Thorough technical knowledge in software development methodologies, design and implementation
Excellent analytical and design skills at multiple product level, excellent skills in research and analysis, project planning and implementation
Understanding of entire development process, including specification, documentation, and quality assurance
Experience in carrying out the requirements, design, development, testing implementation and support phases of applications software project
Advanced use of SQL and Stored Procedures
3+ years of SAP Business Objects development experience, or parallel Business Intelligence tool development
Detailed knowledge of SQL as applied through development experience on SQL Server
Detailed knowledge of Business Object .NET SDK
US Citizenship or Green Card required.
Experience working with Microsoft Team Foundation Server
Experience supporting the federal government using a defined software development lifecycle methodology