.Net Developer

The .Net Developer produces code using .net languages such as C# and VB and creates applications from scratch as well as configuring existing systems and providing user support. He/She also writes functional code with a sharp eye for spotting defects. A net developer’s overall goal is to work with internal teams to design, develop and maintain software.

Key Responsibilities

  • Translates application storyboards and use cases into functional applications
  • Writes clean, scalable code using .NET programming languages
  • Designs, builds, and maintains efficient, reusable, and reliable code
  • Prepares and maintains code for various .Net applications and resolves any defects in systems.
  • Ensures the best possible performance, quality, and responsiveness of applications
  • Reformulates existing code to ensure adherence to stipulated guidelines.
  • Identifies bottlenecks and bugs, and devise solutions to mitigate and address these issues
  • Remains up to date with the terminology, concepts and best practices for coding mobile apps

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Associate or Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, System Administration, or a closely related field
  • Proven previous work experience as a .Net Developer
  • Familiarity with the ASP.NET framework, SQL Server and design/architectural patterns (e.g. Model-View-Controller (MVC)
  • Experience with Web Services, WCF and Service Oriented Architecture a plus
  • Capacity to use SQL or Oracle with ease.
  • Knowledge of at least one of the .NET languages (e.g. C#, Visual Basic .NET) and HTML5/CSS3

Skills needed for this role

The .Net Developer must have a flair for creating well-presented software that is technically sound and outstanding analytical, problem-solving, and communication skills. He/She must have excellent organizational and time management skills. Being self-driven, flexible, and innovative are also essential for this role.

Career Level

1-4 Years Experienced Employee

Job Specializations

Information Technology, Computer Science, Data Management