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Position available - Software Developer at SOTI (May to August 2018)

Project Summary:
The era of the industrial internet has the potential to disrupt the global economy in a scale larger than any previous industrial revolution. The big technological advancement: The Internet of Things (IoT) or the Internet of Everything (IoE) has the potential to change the way we live and work, and create a significant economic impact on society (Advertising Week, December 15, 2017).

At SOTI, we are developing a system for managing commercial / industrial IoT devices. Meta-data descriptions of devices, messages and protocols are used to generate a user interface on-the-fly so that the system can be extended to support new devices without writing new code (either by us or by the device manufacturer).


Job Responsibilities:

- We are looking for a student intern to be a full-time scrum team member for our IoT device management product from May to August 2018.
- As a scrum team member, the student will be responsible for developing, unit testing, and integration testing system features
- during the May to August timeframe the team will focus on making it simple for users to create and share device descriptions.

Required Skills:

- Senior undergraduate or graduate student in computer science, computer engineering, systems design engineering or related discipline
- A passion for elegant human-machine interface design and development
- JavaScript, AngularJS, XML, JSON (C#, MSSQL and/or MongoDB an asset)
- Familiarity with smart devices, home automation, robotics, BLE or WiFi indoor location is an asset

Company Overview:

SOTI is the world's most trusted provider of enterprise mobility management (EMM) solutions, with over 14,000 enterprise customers and millions of devices managed
worldwide. We are passionate about producing innovative solutions that deliver results and solve real customer needs.
SOTI Research and Innovations Lab in Waterloo is the incubator for new technology and future SOTI products. RIL works closely with academia, industry partners and SOTI staff around the world to turn great ideas into great products.

For more information or to apply, send an email in confidence to sheldon.davis@soti.net 

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