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.NET developer

Company Name:
WESTHOUSE ITALIA SRL
WESTHOUSE offers the entire range of IT consulting services in IT, Engineering and Finance sector. We operate a worldwide network of highly qualified consultants and developers. Based in Munich, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Berlin, Zurich, Geneva, Milan, Pesaro, Barcelona, Hong Kong, Kunshan, New York and Mumbai. Westhouse today ranks among the leading IT service providers operating on an international scale.
For our client we are currently looking for a:
.NET developer (m/f)
Your Tasks
Understanding business requirements and a strong focus on customer user experiences
Delivering high quality technical designs with high performance, scalability, flexibility and maintainability
Designing and coding new features and enhancements across our web application
Working closely with server-side engineering team
Working on different projects individually and collectively
Creating a user friendly interface using HTML5, CSS, Javascript
Your Skills
.NET Developer with a minimum of 2 years' experience
Previous experience in the gaming or financial industry
Javascript/jQuery
W3C Dom methods and properties
ASP.NET
HTML5
CSS3
Experience with code repositories such as GIT
Knowledge on consuming RESTful API's (XML, JSON)
T-SQL
.NET 4.0
Good English communication skills
Experience with at least one MV based framework (like backbone.js)
Knowledge in BI with emphasis on SSIS and SSAS
Experience with ORM frameworks such as NHibertate
Able to speak Italian
We Offer
o Stable full-time employment
o Personal and professional development
o Opportunity for career growth
o Use of foreign languages on a daily basis
Interested?
We look forward to receiving your application documents in electronic form.
Contact person
Angelika Makochon
+39-0721-1714161

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