Redgate needs software engineers who want to create great products for Microsoft data professionals.We’re open to fresh graduates, through to those with lots of experience under their belt. If you can show the right level of aptitude and approach, we’re keen to hear from you.As a Redgate Software Engineer, you’ll work within a small team of 4-6 software engineers and a Technical Lead, developing our existing and/or new products. You’ll also be supported by User Experience specialists, and coaches to help your team continuously improve their skills.At Redgate, we believe that the best tools are made by long-lived teams who enjoy working together, who have a clear mission and the freedom to make their own decisions. In return we ask that teams understand their user needs, are open and honest, ship frequently, and drive our products to be ingeniously simple.Development at RedgateEvery software engineer gets a desktop PC with multiple monitors, an SSD, plenty of RAM and an MSDN subscription.The majority of our code is written in C# using Visual Studio and ReSharper We use GitHub to version our code and have a strong culture of peer code review. Many teams use NCrunch for automatically running unit tests as you type. We use TeamCity for continuous integration and have an automated LED dashboard to provide visual feedback on any failures. We’re relentlessly trying to get faster feedback loops and invest heavily in faster automated tests.We use open-source heavily and encourage contribution back to the community. We believe in transparency and display product information publically including build status, test status, performance, sales and customer usage information.We have a healthy internal culture around learning and development with lightning talks, communities of practice, invited speakers and of course Down Tools Week.What makes you a Redgate software engineer?Excellent skills in an object-oriented language, such as C#,Java, Ruby or Python (we primarily develop in C#)A bias toward simplicity and maintainability in the code you write and the products you buildQuality is important to you. You believe in automated testing and the importance of peer code reviewYou thrive in a highly collaborative team of software engineersYou are enthusiastic about engaging with customers as necessary to create a great product / serviceYou continuously improve your knowledge, expertise or skills(desirable) You have domain expertise in one or more of Redgate’s product areas(desirable) You have experience working within an agile development team, with knowledge of practices such as TDD, BDD and continuous deliveryPackageA great benefits packageYou’ll work about 40 hours per week, with flexible work timeWe dedicate Friday afternoons to personal development, community and innovationSalary is £30,000 to £55,000 (depending on experience)This role is based in the great city of Cambridge, UK!This is an open recruitment and will be advertised until at least 12th April 2017, it will remain open for applications until all the available positions have been filled.