Plaxonic Technologies, Inc. is looking for a React Native Developer

    Role: React Native Developer

    Location: Trevose, PA (LOCAL ONLY…

    Duration: 6+ Months

    Worrk Authorization: MUST BE A LEGAL CITIZEN OF USA

    10+ years of SDLC experience from planning to release.
    Lead and mentor a team of React Native developers, providing guidance and support throughout the development lifecycle.
    Design, develop, and maintain robust, scalable, and secure mobile applications using React Native, ensuring a seamless user experience across both iOS and Android platforms.
    Should have good knowledge of and core
    Should have good knowledge of AWS services
    Proficient in programming languages , C#, JavaScript, Java, etc.,
    Experience in any of low-code platforms like OutSystems, Mendix, Kony, etc.,
    Proficient using to tools like Postman, JMeter, etc.,
    Experience on API management systems like Mulesoft, Tyk, etc.,
    Proficient in SQL Server, T-SQL, MongoDB, etc.,
    Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including product managers, designers, and backend developers, to gather requirements and drive successful project delivery.
    Analyze technical requirements and propose innovative solutions that align with industry best practices and standards.
    Take ownership of code quality, reviewing and debugging code to ensure optimal performance and adherence to coding standards.
    Stay up-to-date with the latest trends, techniques, and best practices in mobile app development, and share knowledge with the team.
    Balance short-term delivery commitments with long-term technical excellence, fostering a culture of continuous improvement and innovation.
    Participate in architectural design discussions and provide valuable insights to improve the overall architecture and scalability of our mobile applications.
    Collaborate with QA teams to ensure rigorous testing and high-quality releases.
    Troubleshoot and resolve technical issues, working closely with stakeholders to provide timely resolutions