July 31, 2007 2:41 PM
by Ed Blankenship
What the heck is a Guidisan? Here at Infragistics, we don't like HR titles... In our group we have people that are Codemunicators, Webinaries, and of course Guidisans. My role in the UXG is as a Guidisan which is essentially a blend between "guidance" and "artisan." It sums it right up. We just happen to be hiring another Guidisan so check out the unofficial posting and then the official post (under Research & Development) and let me know if you're interested! We've got several other openings at the moment so if you happen to see something you're interested in as well, feel free to let me know.
What do guidisans do?
What do guidisans do?
Help gather, specify, and document application vision, scope, and requirements. Take application requirements and create an application design that meets the requirements and follows best known practices for both Microsoft .NET and Infragistics products. Implement applications following requirements, best practices, and design specifications. Create supplemental content such as articles, white papers, screencasts, podcasts, etc. that help elucidate example code and applications. Research emerging technologies and create prototypes based on emerging technologies. Contribute to joint design sessions as well as coding and design discussions. What do I need to qualify? Bachelor’s Degree. 4+ years of full-time, professional experience designing and developing business applications. 2+ years designing and developing.NET applications (UI development in particular). Be able to create vision, scope, and requirements documents based on usage scenarios. Demonstrated experience with object-oriented design; familiarity with behavior-driven design, domain-driven design, and test-driven development a plus. Demonstrated knowledge of best practices for .NET application development. Accept and provide constructive criticism in group situations. Follow design and coding guidelines. Clearly communicate technical concepts in writing and speaking.
What do I need to qualify?
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Ed Blankenship is a Product Manager at Microsoft for Visual Studio Online. I am an author of a few books, former Microsoft MVP of the Year, and former ALM consultant.
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