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Embedded System Engineer (BeagleBone SME)

Independent Contracting Job Description If you want to be a part of a bleeding edge, startup company, who is responsible for creating new technology in the PCB industry you might want to send us your resume. We are interested in hiring an experienced Independent Contractor to help us create this revolutionary technology. IntelliTect/Circuit Imaging a Spokane, Washington technology firm is currently […]

SDET/Software Developer in Test

IntelliTect is looking for individuals with test automation experience who can help us accelerate delivery and improve the quality of enterprise applications deployed into production environments.   As a SDET, you will be responsible for designing and implementing test infrastructure, creating and enforcing good engineering practices, and evaluating product quality with well-defined test scripts.  Your primary […]

Immediate Need for SDET (QA Engineer/C#)

Immediate Opening!! IntelliTect is a growing computer engineering consulting firm seeking an experienced Quality Assurance Engineer.  If you live and breathe development innovation, interactive applications and learning new technologies for fun, check out the opportunity currently at IntelliTect.   We are looking for individuals with test automation experience who can help us accelerate delivery and […]

IntelliTect’s client wins award for Best CIS Implementation

IntelliTect is proud to announce that our long-time client, Avista Utilities, has won the 2016 ‘Expanding Excellence Award’ for Best CIS Implementation among utilities with gross revenues over $500 million. The award, presented by CS Week, is for CIS projects implemented during 2014-2015 and is granted to the utility that best demonstrates excellence and achievement […]

Essential .NET – Configuration in .NET Core (MSDN)

Note: Just prior to press time, Microsoft announced name changes to ASP.NET 5 and related stacks. ASP.NET 5 is now ASP.NET Core 1.0. Entity Framework (EF) 7 is now Entity Framework (EF) Core 1.0. The ASP.NET 5 and EF7 packages and namespaces will change, but otherwise the new nomenclature has no impact on the lessons […]