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Senior .NET Developer

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  • Long term contract - with extensions
  • CBD location
  • Excellent rate
Our client is currently seeking an exceptional Senior Software Developer to work on a major project. The role will be based in Sydney CBD and you would be a part of a large team of solid developers.

Your responsibilities will include;
  • Designing and developing software applications from technical requirement documentation
  • Development skills: C#, .NET Framework 4.0, WPF and/or Silverlight
    MVVM,
    WCF, SQL Server 2008
  • Experienced in agile development practices - eg Scrum, XP
  • Working on internal projects while looking for continuous refinement and improvement of products and methodologies
  • Providing system and technical support to users
  • Informing development directions and technology choices
  • Contributing to a highly collaborative, agile development environment
To be successful in this role you will need experience with;
  • Relevant solid programming experience in C#, WPF, Silverlight
  • Compliant modern methodologies and standards such as Agile, TDD and BDD
  • The urge to continuously improve systems and be creative
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Degree qualifications in an IT, software development or similar and previous digital media industry experience is highly desirable.

If your skills and experience match the above criteria, please contact Lynsie Capp for further information on this opportunity

Key words: Agile, .Net, WPF, WCF, C#, MVVM, Senior Analyst

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2012-06-08, 14:50 UTC
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