Software Engineer (all experience levels) in Raleigh, NC

Employer: Microsoft

Location: Raleigh, NC

Type: Full Time

Build the next generation of DevOps tools and workflows!

Service and mobile development are quickly taking over the development world and with them has come the notion of DevOps. Here at Visual Studio Team Services we are building services that help developers plan, code, build, verify, deploy and monitor their application and services… regardless of type or platform. We’re spend our days focused on building tools and workflows that make software engineering teams more productive. Come join a creative team of passionate developers dedicated to making the lives of engineers better.

Learn more about Visual Studio Team Services and what we build here.

What makes this a great place to work?

There are many things, but here are the highlights:

  • We are our own customer. We are the first ones to use everything we build.
  • Our people are smart, and they care about the work that they do. They are also a pleasure to work with - we thrive on comradery, helping each other and having fun together.
  • We make a point of ensuring people have work-life balance. We offer 3 months paid paternity leave for men and 5 months for women, 12 paid holidays (in addition to your vacation and sick leave) and a flexible working schedule.
  • We have new, modern office space that finds the right balance between encouraging collaboration yet ensuring the ability to focus when needed.
  • We run a hosted service which means that we ship new features daily. The work you do has immediate benefits to customers.
  • Our compensation tends to be higher than most other companies in the area.

What you can expect:

As an engineer on the Visual Studio Team Services team in Raleigh, NC you'll be part of an 8-12 person agile team working together to ship weekly updates to Visual Studio Team Services and the products around it. Your role will consist of:

  • Designing, developing and testing new features and bug fixes.
  • Code reviewing code developed by your teammates.
  • Analyzing how your code and features are performing in production to influence future product decisions.
  • Participating in your team's sprint and product direction planning activities.