NET/Angular/React/Microservices Developer at Vaco Technology

Vaco Technology
September 17, 2020
Nashville, Tennessee
Job Type
Job Expires: 2020-12-16


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$100k | .NET/Angular/React/Microservices Developer | Nashville

Job brief We are looking for a .Net developer to build software using languages and technologies of the .NET framework. You will create applications from scratch, configure existing systems and provide user support. In this role, you should be able to write functional code with a sharp eye for spotting defects. You should be a team player and excellent communicator. If you are also passionate about the .NET framework and software designarchitecture, we'd like to meet you. Your goal will be to work with internal teams to design, develop and maintain software.


Participate in requirements analysis Collaborate with internal teams to produce software design and architecture Write clean, scalable code using .NET programming languages Test and deploy applications and systems Revise, update, refactor and debug code Improve existing software Develop documentation throughout the software development life cycle (SDLC) Serve as an expert on applications and provide technical support


Proven experience as a .NET Developer or Application Developer httpsresources.workable.comapplication-developer-job-description Familiarity with the ASP.NET framework, SQL Server and designarchitectural patterns (e.g. Model-View-Controller (MVC)) Knowledge of at least one of the .NET languages (e.g. C, Visual Basic .NET) and HTML5CSS3 Familiarity with architecture stylesAPIs (REST, RPC) Understanding of Agile methodologies Excellent troubleshooting and communication skills Attention to detail BScBA in Computer Science, Engineering or a related field
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