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Full-time .Net Developer with react JS

at ramarao_malkuri in Wisconsin

Position: .Net Developer with react JS

Location:Madison, WI


Job Description

Job Description A full stack developer responsible for building applications
using ReactJS + Redux, TypeScript, C# in ASP.Net MVC, Web API. Primary
responsibility will be to contribute actively in design discussion and develop
these layers of in an existing or new applications. Coordinate with the rest of
the team working on different layers of the infrastructure. Comfortable working
in an agile environment is must. Ability to deliver working software while
collaborating with end users. A commitment to collaborative problem solving,
good design, and quality product is essential.


Strong understanding of SOLID principle, familiar with various design and
architectural patterns.

Proficient with the ReactJS + Redux, (or TypeScript) NodeJS, npm. (Mandatory)

Strong knowledge of .NET web framework (4.0 or above). (Mandatory)

Proficient in C# (and/or VB.NET), ASP.NET MVC, Web API, Entity Framework and
DI (AutoFac) (Mandatory)

Familiarity with Microsoft SQL Server. Experience creating database schemas
that represent and support business processes (Mandatory)

Experience implementing automated testing platforms and unit tests

Proficient understanding of code versioning tools e.g. TFVC, GIT

Familiarity with Release Manager.

Good knowledge about HTML, CSS and XML markup languages

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