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Entry-level Web Developer in Detroit, MI

Compuware

Detroit, MI 48201
3w ago
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specialty:

Software Development

experience:

Less than 5 years

Job Description

What You'll Do

Mainframes are the world's most powerful computing platform - we build the tools that enable mainframe application developers to do their job with better quality and efficiency. As a Web Developer, you would be at the forefront of creating the future of how mainframe application will be done by building an intuitive and best-in-class front-end for one of most crucial products.

As a Web Developer your primary responsibilities will include:

  • Design, develop, code, test, debug, document and support an enterprise software product
  • Prepare program specifications and diagrams, and develops logic flowcharts
  • Develop the best-in-class web front-end designs
  • Understand business, technical, and program requirements
  • Apply coding and analytical skills in all phases of the system lifecycle
  • Supply time estimates related to programming efforts
  • Develop application program logic
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    Valid through: 2020-3-17

About Compuware

Compuware Corporation is an American software company with products aimed at the information technology (IT) departments of large businesses. The companys services also include testing, development, automation, and performance management software for programs running on mainframe computer systems. The company has its headquarters in Downtown Detroit, Michigan. In December 2014, Compuware was acquired by private equity firm Thoma Bravo and became a privately held company. In 1973, Peter Karmanos, Jr., Thomas Thewes, and Allen B. Cutting established Compuware Corporation. Their vision was to help people do things with computers by providing their clients with professional technical services, allowing them to focus on their own core businesses. In 1977, Compuware introduced Abend-AID, its first software product. Designed to detect bugs and suggest corrective action in corporate IBM mainframe systems. The release of Abend-AID established a product strategy for Compuware, alleviating the peaks and valleys of revenue that occur in the services business. By 1978, Compuware opened its first remote office to service the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore area.
Total Jobs:
6
Total Experts:
3
Average Pay:
$95,833
Total value of jobs:
$575,000
% Masters:
34%

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