Services Software Developer | Profound Logic

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Software Developer – Services Consultant (Remote)

Profound Logic is the industry leader in IBM i modernization, business application development, and digital transformation solutions. We are looking for qualified and motivated full-stack developers to join our growing professional services team. This opportunity includes a number of positions, from junior to senior levels with various technical and consulting roles.

This is a virtual job. You can work from any United States location.

Experience required:

Business application software developmentFull stack application development in either JavaScript or RPGWeb user interface development using JavaScript, HTML, and CSS

Preferred experience, with some required for senior positions:

RPG on IBM i systemsNode.js and other JavaScript frameworksSQL development and relational database designApplication software architecture and designWeb services and API developmentDevops and SDLC process and toolsSoftware QA and test managementBusiness and technical requirements analysisIT consulting or contract services

Other requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field or equivalent experience and trainingExcellent written and verbal communications skillsStrong customer focusSelf-starter with ability and eagerness to learn new technologiesAbility for some business travel.

Your responsibilities may include:

Analyzing customer requirements and supporting the sale of customer IT projectsProject scope definition and planningDefining solution architecture and designDeveloping application software using Profound Logic solutions and other modern toolsDelivering projects that meet scope, schedule, and budget expectationsDelivering customer training and documentationBuilding relationships as a trusted advisor and long-term partner

This is an excellent opportunity to work with some of the industry’s leading talent, as part of our passionate team in a growing company. You will get competitive compensation and benefits to help customers modernize, integrate, and develop systems using our industry-leading solutions.

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Michael VanHorn

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Professional Services Director | Project and Program Manager | Transformation Leader | Operations Manager


Job Poster Location

Mandeville, Louisiana, United States

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Base pay range

$65,000/yr – $115,000/yr

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I’m using ibm_db and ibm_db_dbi at the moment, but they’re getting rejected due to license requirement (yeah wtf).

Wondering if there’s a similar package in Python that’s easy to implement without beating around a jungle to connect to an IBMi server DB2 and without license requirements

EDIT:

u/MasterOfIBMi is LEGIT. Got this working in 5 minutes.

import pyodbc connection = pyodbc.connect( Driver='{IBM i Access ODBC Driver}’, SYSTEM=’someserver’, UserID=”, Password=”) cur = connection.cursor() cur.execute(“select * from sysibm.sysdummy1”) row = cur.fetchone() while row: print(row[0]) row = cur.fetchone() exit()

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