Net Full Stack Developer (FTC)

Recruiter
Graphein Recruitment
Location
Milton Keynes
Salary
£50-60k (Pro-rata)
Posted
04 Nov 2017
Closes
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

.Net Full Stack Developer

Immediate start

Term: Fixed Term Contract (3-6 months)

Salary: Circa £50,000-60,000k (Pro-rata)

Location: Milton Keynes

Full Stack Developer required to develop and maintain websites on behalf of our company clients. You will be involved with new design and refactoring/enhancing of existing applications on the full stack from the back end server side to the front end client side.

Development methodologies

  • Understanding of SOLID principles and OO programming
  • Understanding of design patterns.
  • Multi-tier application design
  • Unit testing

Back End

  • .net Core 2
  • .net with C# and MVC

Front end web technologies

  • HTML 5 and responsive bootstrap framework.
  • Experience of using node modules and package management advantageous (grunt, gulp, bower, npm, nuget).
  • CSS and Sass / Less
  • Javascript and frameworks like Angular 2, JQuery etc.
  • Experience with designing email HTML to be responsive and work in all email clients.
  • Understanding of UX.

Infrastructure

  • GIT version control.
  • Experience with continuous integration and continuous deployment would be advantageous.

Database - SQL Server including SQL Queries, stored procedures, normalisation, understanding performance in terms of indexes, joins, views etc. Experience with using SSRS is advantageous but not essential.

CMS - Experience in using Umbraco is advantageous.

Tags: Full Stack Developer, Web Development, Web Developer, Software Developer, .Net, Backend, Frontend, Webservices, Web, Web sites, OO, Programming, Development, Multi-Tier, Application Design,

Employment Agency Graphein Recruitment is a UK-based recruitment & resource specialist supplying to Design, Digital, Media and Marketing disciplines for permanent, freelance and contract opportunities


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