Informatica Teradata developer/Lead

Sysmind, LLC - Atlanta, GA

RoleInformatica Teradata developerLead Location Atlanta, GA Duration Long Term Job Description Mandatory Technical Functional Skills Must have strong working knowledge of Big Data Must have strong working knowledge on Informatica. Must have strong working knowledge on Teradata. Must have strong working knowledge on Business Objects." Roles and Responsibility "This role will act as a Technical LeadSenior developer on application development projects with responsibility for overall delivery of software components. Analyze business requirements and provide accurate technical work estimates. Design, implement support solutions for application development team. Perform hands on development work for Big data, Informatica, Teradata and Business Objects. Design services taking into account both functional and non-functional requirements. Ensure compliance to design

standards and best practices. Provide technical leadership to solve problems and guide on the design and development. Perform extensive design and code reviews. Conduct code reviews for the team and do peer code reviews to make sure code is following standards set forward by the architects. Co-ordinate with delivery team at Offshore for development and delivery. Coordinate with Scrum Master to insure project meets established business objectives, complies with established functional documentation standards, and validates code releases for compliance with the functional specificationuser stories. Identify key technical risks and strategies to mitigate them. Ensure thorough unit testing and assist the testers with functional, system and interface testing. Mentor developers in the team. Regards Suneel Yadav suneelysysmind.com 609-897-9670 Ext 3032

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