Sr. Software Engineer (.Net Full Stack) at OSTechnical in Lake Forest, California

June 30, 2020
Lake Forest, California
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Sr. Software Engineer (.Net Full Stack)

Full time job opportunity (Contract to hire) with an e-commerce company. Stable company, great team, good work environment. Own and build solutions for eCommerce applications. Build and ensure our code artifacts are building in Continuous Integration (CI) fashion and we soon realize our dream of Continuous Delivery (CD) Leadcontribute to engineering efforts from design to implementation, solving complex technical challenges around developer and engineering productivity and velocity What you bring to the role 7+ years of relevant technical experience, with at least 4 years building Front End, Middle and Backend Solutions in eCommerce is preferred. Deep hands-on experience with Front-end technologies JSON, HTML, CSS and CSS pre-processing frameworks (Sass, Less or Stylus), JavaScript, JavaScript libraries (jQuery) or Web Components and other industry standard frameworks High proficiency in React, jQuery, Angular 2 JS, Bootstrap, and Knockout JS Deep, hands-on experience with C, .NetCore, ASP.Net, EF, HTML5, CSS3, bootstrap, JavaScript, jQuery etc. Strong background in MS SQL Server, SQL Databases, and writing SQL stored procedures In-depth understanding of the entire web development process (design, development and deployment) Understanding of layout aesthetics Extensive experience with front end frameworks such as ASP.Net MVC, React, Angular, Vue, or Ember Work with backend .Net .Net CoreASP.NET projects involving API, Caching, SQL Database, PostgreSQL Databases, Azure Table Storage, Azure Queues, Logic Apps, Azure Functions, Docker and AKS (Azure Kubernetes Services). Strong knowledge of Micro Services and how they are applied in a cloud environment, especially as they relate to .NET Please send resume to

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