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Software Engineering Intern

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๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ Singapore

Getting onboard Razer will place you on a global mission to revolutionize the way the world games. Razer is a place to do great work, offering you the opportunity to make an impact globally while working across a global team located across 5 continents. Razer is also a great place to work, providing you the unique, gamer-centric #LifeAtRazer experience that will put you in an accelerated growth, both personally and professionally.

Job Responsibilities :

  • Responsible for activities involved in the analysis, design, development of various enterprise, high-volume, transactional systems.
  • Analyse and improve efficiency, scalability, security, and stability of various system resources.
  • Create technical specifications and test guidance.
  • Build prototypes at tech scoping stage of projects.
  • Working along with software developers to create and maintain a robust framework.
  • Provide level 2 support and perform troubleshooting, debugging, root cause analysis as required
  • Proactively learning, researching, documenting about new technologies and tools

Pre-Requisites :

  • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Information Technology or equivalent.
  • Excellent debugging and optimisation skills
  • Experience with Microsoft .NET programming languages, front end modern JavaScript framework, HTML and CSS.
  • Understanding of OO concept, SQL, Web services, AJAX, MVC.
  • Understanding of code versioning tools such as Git, SVN, and Bitbucket
  • Passionate for software development, a positive attitude, and an eagerness to learn.
  • Stays abreast of current technology, new technological advances, and company standards.
  • Able to work with minimum supervision as well as able to contribute to team development.
  • Available to commit for a 6-month internship for optimal learning exposure