Posted in Software 30+ days ago.
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Location: Austin, Texas
For 40 years, National Instruments has worked with engineers and scientists to provide answers to the most challenging questions. NI systems accelerate productivity, innovation, and discovery through an open, software-defined platform. This approach helps engineers develop and increase the performance of automated test and automated measurement systems.
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The Role - Web Application Utility Developer
We are looking for a developer to contribute to the new NI-XNET Database Editor, an application used in conjunction with our NI-XNET hardware to support automotive test applications. The team working on the editor is small and dedicated to being agile and enabling continuous delivery. The editor team works closely with the NI-XNET driver team. The application is being developed in TypeScript, using Electron and React.
Developing a new, performant version of the NI-XNET Database Editor is necessary to enabling automotive test engineers and technicians to be successful when testing ECUs developed using the AUTOSAR standard. Supporting this standard in both the NI-XNET driver and editor is one of the key initiatives that will allow for success in NI’s transportation business.
An interest in working very collaboratively using Agile processes