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Dotnet Developer

Company Name:
Open Systems Technologies
As an Application Developer, you will create, maintain, and optimize source code for large web service and web applications using the above technologies. You will also be called upon to help design and build the next generation of our application!
In addition:
Participate end to end in the product life cycle: requirements gathering, solution design, development, testing, and implementation
Participate in peer discussions on architecture and overall direction of the organization.
Work with team members to design solutions that are supported by the architecture of the existing systems
Requirements
3+ Years of development using the software stack listed below.
An understanding and experience in application security from the web service and web application perspective
A good understanding of design patterns and N-Tier architecture
Strong debugging and troubleshooting skills
Must adhere to regular and predictable attendance.
Good communication and collaboration skills.
DriveTime developers work very closely with strong supporting teams and will need great interpersonal skills.
.NET development (C#, WCF, Web Services, ASP.NET)
Expert in developing ASP.NET based web development and C# in general
Strong front end development skills (JavaScript, AJAX, JQuery, HTML, CSS).
Familiar with the DOM, DOM manipulation and the ins and outs of asynchronous web development including a strong JavaScript skillset
Expert in CSS and HTML
MVC 4/Web API
Technology list:
Must have:
C#
ASP.net MVC
JavaScript
JQuery
SQL Server
AngularJS
Visual Studio 2013
TFS
Technical great to have:
PhoneGap / Cordova
Ionic Framework
Azure Technologies
Caching
Storage
Queue
Worker Role
CSS (less)
Web API
Outlook365

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