Azure .NET Angular Engineer/Architect at Sial Technology Partners

Sial Technology Partners
September 16, 2020
Nashville, Tennessee
Job Type
Job Expires: 2020-12-15


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Azure .NET Angular Engineer/Architect

We are looking for a strong Azure .NET Engineer
Architect to work with the architecture team and other senior members of the team to contribute to evolution of the existing CAngular
Python framework and migration into Azure. The position is remote until COVID then candidates are expected to be on-site in Nashville, TN 12 months + role (extendable for multiple years). Must have 8 years of industry experience in coding, designing and building software using the .NET or DotNetCore framework. Experience working with Azure (e.g. Azure Functions, Azure Event Hubs, Azure Service Buses, Azure Artifacts, Azure Data Bricks, Azure Data Factory, Azure Computer Vision Services, Docker, Kubernetes). Very comfortable working with web technologies, should be comfortable working in a modern JS MVVM framework (preferably Angular, but ReactVueAurelia experience is also acceptable) Experience in configuring hosting platforms (e.g. Windows Server IIS). Understanding of Design Patterns, Git, Continuous Integration (e.g. Team
City), Continuous Deployment tooling (e.g. Octopus Deploy
Azure DevOps), Docker
Docker Compose, package management tools (e.g.
NPMNuget) Working knowledge of TDD or BDD. Knowledge of Service Orientated Architecture, REST API development and microservices. Should be CPowershellJS proficient. Familiarity with Python an advantage.
BS MS in Computer Science, Math, Engineering andor related experience Must possess strong analytical skills Look forward to reviewing your profile. Thank you, Talent Team SIALTP

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