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Job Description:

We currently have an opening for a contract. NET Developer on one of our application feature development scrum teams.
This role is responsible for attending and being an active participant in all scrum ceremonies and provides feedback as is necessary or warranted.
Day-to-day application development will focus on our flagship product: a WinForms based ERP system that is used by our customers in the Power Sports industry.
Secondary development responsibilities revolve around supporting and maintaining several mission critical pipelines that are composed of a mix of Windows Services, ESBs, APIs, Databases, and so on. Job Requirements
Education Required:
A Bachelor s degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, or a related field is preferred.
Experience Required:
Requires a minimum of 5 years of experience working with either C# (preferred) or VB. NET
Requires a minimum of 3 years of experience working with WinForms
Requires a minimum of 3 years of developing against MS SQL Server (stored procedures, views, functions, etc.) or a comparable RDBMS (MySQL, Postgres, etc.)
Experience working with ASP. NET MVC / Web API / WCF is highly desirable
Experience writing unit tests and working with mocking frameworks is desired
Experience writing integration tests and/or UI automation scripts is desirable
Experience working with Windows Services is preferred
Exposure to reporting solutions (SSRS / Crystal Reports) is desirable
Exposure to. NET Core is desirable but not needed
Exposure to scrum (or other Agile frameworks) is preferred
A deep understanding of SDLC concepts
Should you have any questions, feel free to call Rohit Singh on 973-774-7809 or please send me your updated resume at rohit. singh@collabera. com. I look forward to working with you.
LinkedIn Profile Link https://www. linkedin. com/in/rohit-singh-9250b1106/

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