As a software engineer you will design and implement information systems to support the operations, including tracking of the specimen workflow through the laboratory, management of clinical data such as the pathology request and report, AI analysis of the specimen images, and display of the images to pathologists. The information systems will be continually improved using a streamlined DevOps pro...
55 000 - 68 000 SEK,
Would you like to be part of the application development capability and help to fight financial crime? We are looking for a senior and Expert developers to work closely with Product Owners, Solution Architects, and Analysts to refine epics, user stories and translate solution architecture into technical design and working software, lead technical teams by setting high development standards, and ...
Competitive + bonus,
We are looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join a globally growing company focusing on B2B SAAS that enables their customers to automate payable processes. You will be part of a talented product development team in charge of transactions automation. The team oversees the building of responsive, high-performance user experience for cloud-based enterprise applications, accessed by over a mill...
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