Mid-Level ASP.NET Developer

Company Name:
MDI Group
Mid-level .Net Developer
Contact - Ashley Carlin - - 770-416-2308
Atlanta, GA
Contract to Hire
Description: We are seeking a mid-level .Net Developer who is able to independently solve complex, analytical problems with innovative approaches and solutions. The qualified individual will be a customer focused team player who has experience developing applications through the entire SDLC utilizing TFS, ASP.NET, C#, and SQL 2008r2. Familiarity with various technologies is essential as is attention to detail and thoroughness.
Job Responsibilities:
Translate business requirements into application functional designs and user interface designs based on a strong understanding of business processes and needs.
Collaborate with architecture team and other senior developers to produce platform,
framework and foundational designs.
Collaborate with other developers and
to produce estimates and plans.
Develop software based on agreed designs with little supervision.
Define and document unit test cases for developed software and track results.
Perform peer code and documentation reviews.
Work with development team, users, and business analysts to analyze complex problems and define solutions.
Provide support including off-hours support when needed to critical business applications.

Required Skills:
5+ years of software development experience
5+ year of ASP.NET, C#, MVC3+, AJAX, CSS, HTML, XML, jQuery, JSON, JavaScript, IIS 7.5, and MSSQL 2005/2008r2 development experience
Strong understanding of Object-Oriented concepts
Strong Object-Oriented development skills and unit/code testing experience is required
In-depth knowledge of .Net Framework
In-depth knowledge of design patterns and best practices
In-depth knowledge of Visual Studio
Experience with one or more application servers
Must be able to work with BA, QA, and non-technical stakeholders to understand issues and requirements that shape project delivery
Education: BS in
related field or equivalent experience

Don't Be Fooled

The fraudster will send a check to the victim who has accepted a job. The check can be for multiple reasons such as signing bonus, supplies, etc. The victim will be instructed to deposit the check and use the money for any of these reasons and then instructed to send the remaining funds to the fraudster. The check will bounce and the victim is left responsible.

More Jobs

Junior/mid-level .Net Developer- Remote- $110k
Atlanta, GA Nigel Frank International
Mid Level .NET Developer- Atlanta, GA
Atlanta, GA Nigel Frank International
F-15 IT Systems Administrator, Mid-Level
Warner Robins, GA DCS Corp
Jr .Net Developer
Atlanta, GA CareerBuilder-US
Fullstack .Net Developer (W2 and 1099)
Atlanta, GA Nespon IT Services
.Net Developer
Atlanta, GA KHD Solutions