STARS Admin has both a client and a web-based component. The web-based component allows administrative staff at schools the ability to create/update student class schedules, manage grade entry and generate reports. The current version was written for IE8. This project is intended to upgrade the web pages to the currently supported versions of IE and potentially other web browsers. It will also include enhancements that allow for the usage of more current web design tools. The system integrates data from multiple source systems, which will need to be included in the design/implementation.
Under the supervision of the Application Development Lead, the .NET Application Developer is responsible for planning, designing, developing, installing, enhancing, testing, troubleshooting, integrating and supporting the distributed applications developed in the Microsoft .NET environment.
Develops and implements phases of the computerized system development life cycle, including conceptual design, software development, testing, deployment, and post-implementation enhancements utilizing Visual Studio .Net with SQL Server for data management and Active Directory for identity management, in accordance with Department of Education standards.
Analyze requirements and data access needs and propose file and screen designs. Deploys the applications to multiple environments, from development through Quality Assurance, Staging and Production, and conduct unit and integration testing.
Design and develop complex user interfaces using ASP.Net & Kendo/Telerik controls.
Insure new designs/solutions are compatible with multiple web browsers and versions.
Utilizes Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) for source control, data collection, reporting and project tracking, testing and collaboration of project development.
Develops SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) packages and Web Services.
Codes new objects (programs) in .net to meet the requirements of the Department of Education.
Conduct user acceptance review sessions and collaborates with other team members to perform debugging.