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.Net Developer - London - Up to £75,000

Job Title: .Net Developer - London - Up to £75,000
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Industry:
Salary: £60000.00 - £75000.00 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J9047_1502813168
Contact Name: Vikki Bayfield
Contact Email: Vikkib@montash.com
Job Published: 2 months ago

Job Description

.Net Developer - London - Up to £75,000

Our client a leading digital consultancy spanning 13 different countries, are actively seeking an experienced .Net Developer to join them on a permanent basis.

Key Skills:

  • .NET Software Development (C#)
  • MVC, WebAPI, Razor
  • AngularJS, BackboneJS, KnockoutJS, NodeJS
  • Development practices: pair programming, planning poker, CI or CD, IoC, TDD, BDD, mocking frameworks
  • Capable of designing software solutions with DDD and SOLID principles
  • Have worked in a Scrum team as a developer or a Scrum Master

Responsibilities:

  • Experience working in cross-functional teams using Scrum and/or Kanban
  • Experience participating in workshops to identify and define user requirements
  • Experience writing acceptance tests and understanding BDD principles
  • Experience developing highly interactive websites and familiarity with the challenges involved
  • Experience of team development in integrated environments using managed source control systems such as Git
  • Possess a good understanding of different software architectures
  • Proven experience working in projects where TDD, pair programming and refactoring principles were applied
  • General awareness of SEO coding concepts; especially URL structure
  • Knowledge of Software/ Enterprise Design Patterns

If this C# .Net Developer role is of interest, then please apply with an up to date CV.

.Net Developer - London - Up to £75,000

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