Software Development Manager - Windows Apps
Position: Software Development Manager - Windows Apps
Salary: USD $90,000-150,000
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- 100% Remote
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- Our processes are efficient
- We make decisions based on data
- Our culture is meritocratic
- Offer ample opportunity for career growth.
You’ll be responsible for shipping our app to customers at a high frequency and ensuring our customers have a world class experience. You’ll be empowered to use the latest tools and technologies and define processes to enable your team to function efficiently.
- As leader of the team described above, you will:
- Build a world class, modern and responsive Windows application.
- Define best in class architecture for the application and set the quality bar which all code must meet
- Ensure your application can be shipped to customers every week
- Ensure your code has excellent test coverage with a strong affinity for automated testing
- Ensure your software meets a high security bar - never ship P1/P2 security bugs
- Provide Windows consultancy and development services to other teams in the business
- Ensure projects have well defined requirements, technical designs, threat models and test plans
- Own your team’s SDL processes and ensure processes are simple and efficient
- Hire for your team and ensure it has the skills and capacity to meet the business’s needs. Upon joining, you will take on line management responsibility for several Windows developers, and you will start hiring for more.
- Define roles and expectations, train your team and hold them accountable in meeting the highest standards
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