Python – Django Developer

We are looking for experienced Python/Django developers to join at the Infopark, Kochi office. The candidates should have demonstrated successin developing comprehensive web applications using Python/Django.

Job Responsibilities:

Conceptualize, develop, and manage high-performing web applications using Python/Django Integrate user-facing elements developed by front-end developers with server-side logic into the applications Implement security and data protection for the developed web applications in accordance with the required data regulation policies Report timely status of the project/task to the corresponding project manager Conduct basic testing and validations to eliminate possibilities of bugs and issues in the system Work closely with the customers, project managers, team leads, and other key stakeholders for the successful completion of projects

Required experience and skills:

3-8 years of solid experience in Python/Django Hands-on experience in Django ORM & default template engine In-depth understanding of software architecture Strong knowledge in Django REST framework Good communication and team collaboration skills Basic knowledge in Angular JS/React JS will be an additional benefit Basic knowledge in Unit Testing Basic understanding of SDLC & Agile methodology

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