Other: cross-browser compatibility, visualization with D3 or a corollary. Â
Familiarity working with version control systems (e.g. SVN, Git) in a collaborative team environment, creating pull requests and performing code reviews.
Strong knowledge of relational data and ability to write queries as necessary.Â
Working knowledge of software design patterns, experience writing automated tests.Â
Exposure to Docker, AWS or other cloud or container-based application deployment.Â Â
Desire to work in a university research/biomedical environment.Â
Open source enthusiast and passionate about learning new technologies.Â
This position will be eligible for an alternative work arrangement.Â
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