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Software Development Engineer .NET


  • Permanent position for a Software Development Engineer for SQL relational databases and user Web interfaces.

  • Analysis and validate requirements of the business needs and initiate processes.

  • Researching, designing and writing new software programs.

  • Expanding existing programs by analyzing and implementing new features.

  • Creating technical specifications and test plans.

  • Maintaining systems by monitoring and correcting software defects.

  • Investigating new technologies.

  • Working closely with other staff, such as project managers, graphic artists, designers, developers, and sales and marketing professionals.



  • BS or MS Computer Science or related field.

  • Minimum 5 years of experience in software development using Microsoft stack (C#, Web API, SQL Server, etc.).

  • Experience in the design & deployment of complex SQL objects and relational databases design.

  • Good understanding of data structures/DB schema/ troubling shooting & optimization of DB issues.

  • Excellent knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, Ajax, XML, JSON, SQL, and Web Services (Web API).

  • Excellent understanding of Object Oriented software design.



Computer skills:



  • ASP.NET, VB.NET, Bootstrap, AngularJS is a huge plus but not required.

  • OAuth, OWIN, JWT, Token based authentication, ASP.NET Identity.

  • Experience in native mobile app (Swift, Objective-C, Java) or cross platform mobile app (PhoneGap, Cordova) development.

  • Mobile App Deployment on Apple App Store and Google Play.

  • Cloud (AWS, Azure), Jira, GitHub, Twilio, HighChart, SentryOne.



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