Lightspeed POS Inc. - Montréal

Lightspeed POS Inc. is a leader in the point-of-sale market providing on-site or cloud based retail systems as well as restaurant oriented, and omni-channel commerce solutions.

Back-End Developer (March 2015 to date).

  • Develop software modules, services, and APIs.
  • Build unit, functional and behavioural tests.
  • Build automated user interface tests.
  • Refactor some code artifacts.
  • Take part in the improvement of the development processes.
  • Integrate the tools used for continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD).
  • Contribute to set up the development environment.
  • Perform code reviews.
  • Analyze business requirements.
  • Elaborate technical solutions to fulfil those requirements.
  • Produce architecture and software documentation.
  • Optimize code and SQL queries.

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