In the market: 5 software development positions you can apply to right now


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October to Technically is Software Development Month as part of this year’s editorial calendar. Continued from last year Tech Stacks Month, we focus on additional reporting on topics such as coding, improving skills, and the technical side of your local startup products and services.

We still live in uncertain times during the coronavirus pandemic, but the tech companies below still have growth in mind. Check out these four companies hiring for software development positions:


Want a hand in keeping your community informed? Non-profit media organization NPR is looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join its team. Interested candidates should have experience with editing functionality within a large Java code base and developing front-end web applications. Bonus for those with cloud experience like Amazon Web Services.

The person in this role will create technical software designs, identify and correct production issues, participate in daily standups and other Scrum activities, participate in code deployment and more.


Axes needs a senior mobile engineer to lead the development of their mobile applications with the front-end and React Native engineers on the mobile team. The media company – with a CEO who offered to pay medical bills and bail for employees who demonstrated in June – is looking for someone with experience building high traffic code bases and a passion for his mission.

This position is remote, but Axios is based in Arlington, Virginia.


Business travel would like to add a full-stack senior engineer to their team. Applicants for this role should have four to eight years of relevant experience or have a computer science degree, be familiar with Node.JS, and have built highly scalable products in the past.

The person in this role will work directly with the President of Upside and the leadership of the engineering team to design and deploy software systems for the business travel industry, which looks a little different from our normal business. days.


Facebook is looking to hire full-stack software engineers for its product teams. Applicants for this position should have at least two years of programming experience and have spent at least two years building large-scale applications or something similar. A computer science degree is not required but it is preferable.

Software engineers working at Facebook will develop complete web and mobile applications using various coding languages, implement web and mobile interfaces using XHTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and work closely with the product manager and the social media giant’s design teams to define feature specifications.

The company has listed Seattle and DC for the location of these positions.


McLean, global management consulting giant based in Virginia Booz Allen Hamilton Looking to hire a Chief Software Engineer with eight or more years of functional testing experience and five or more years of backend testing experience. Applicants should also have a degree in computer security, engineering or a related field. The person in this role will manage the testing process of a cyber defense tools solution, assist with backend database testing, etc.


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