Hiring a Dot Net Developer

Hiring a Dot Net Developer

Job Description

  • Should be an All-rounder and ought to probably take a shot at any specialized issue backend or frontend.
  • Work viably in all periods of the product improvement from necessities get-together to plan, usage, testing, and discharge.
  • Make an interpretation of business useful prerequisites into specialized arrangements.
  • Pursue plan determinations and principles.
  • Help with executing improvement work plans.
  • Configuration, create, and send new application parts.
  • Execute procedures to guarantee application honesty and accessibility.
  • Actualizing very value-based frameworks productively and adequately.
  • Investigate and resolve application imperfections and blackouts.
  • Execute on different mandates as required.

Abilities and Qualifications:

  • Minimum experience expected 2 to 3 years.
  • Applicant ought to have no less than one year of hands-on understanding on ASP.NET Web programming interface.
  • Competitor ought to have no less than one year of hands-on understanding on Angular.js and least 3 to a half year experience on Angular2.
  • Competitor ought to have working knowledge on Bootstrap UI structure or identical to some other UI system.
  • Applicant ought to have something like one year of hands-on understanding on MS SQL Server 2008 or above.
  • Hopeful ought to have information on changing over UI structure to real HTML and prototyping.
  • Decent to have learning on Node.Js and NoSql.
  • Decent to have learning on Microsoft Azure stage.
  • Great learning on critical thinking and calculations.
  • Google Material Design, Google API, Google Maps. REST API and REST API systems.
  • Capable comprehension of web markup, including HTML5, CSS3.
  • Ought to be a self-student and quick executer.
  • BE/B.Tech, ME/M.Tech or proportional capability wanted.

Company Profile:

Salary: Not disclosed

Industry: IT / Software

Functional Area: IT / Telecom

Role Category: Others

Employment Type: Full time


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