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Net Developer - £475 - £500 per day - Coventry

Job Title: Net Developer - £475 - £500 per day - Coventry
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Coventry, West Midlands
Salary: £475 - £500 per day + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 4 months
REF: AA-545854125_1500018703
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

.Net Developer - £475- £500 per day - Coventry

Montash have been engaged with a digital consultancy based in Coventry, who require a .Net Developer for an initial 4-month contract highly likely to be extended.

The .Net Developer will need to have experience on the MS Stack. Within this project, you will be facing interesting questions about the implementation of large-scale software systems that need to handle daily challenges of scaling, resilience and performance.

In summary, we are looking for good experience and awareness across many of the following areas:

  • Experience working in cross-functional teams using Scrum and/or Kanban
  • Possess a good understanding of different software architectures
  • General awareness of SEO coding concepts; especially URL structure
  • Experience with development infrastructure and tools (revision control, bug tracking, wiki)
  • Experience of team development in integrated environments using managed source control systems such as Git
  • knowledge of writing acceptance tests and understanding Behaviour Driven Development principles

If you are interested please give me a call or email on 0207 014 0231 or this role is urgent and interviews can be arranged for early next week

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