Are you looking for a new and challenging opportunity? Do you have experience with full stack development? Technology Partners can help you make your next big career move a reality.
Technology Partners is currently seeking a talented person for an Application Developer (General)-Expert position.
What We Are Looking For:
- BS/MS degree in Computer Science, similar technical field of study or equivalent practical experience.
- 8+ years of experience as a full stack developer
- Experience designing and implementing large, scalable web applications and/or api
- Strong in Microsoft .NET framework (C# .NET) 4+ development
- Strong in Web API, Entity Framework, Dependency Injection, and MVC
- Full scope test automation from unit to behavioral/functional to integration (e.g Xunit, JUnit, JBehave, Cucumber)
- Experience building highly scalable service APIs (REST, SOAP, Microservices ) hosted on could environment
- Knowledge of RDBMS (MySQL, PostgreSQL,Oracle) and NoSQL (e.g., MongoDB, Couchbase, Neo4J
- Knowledge of Pivotal Cloud Foundry and deploying .Net Applications in PCF
- Strong use of source code repositories, like GIT and understanding of GIT workflow
- Cloud-first development experience with automated, continuous delivery deployments
- Experience with AWS or similar distributed architecture
If this position sounds like you, WE SHOULD TALK! We realize our people are our most valuable asset, that is why we offer the following benefits:
- Health, Dental, and Vision insurance
- 401(k) retirement plan
- Long and Short-Term disability
- Life insurance
- Direct deposit
- Referral program
Your better future is ready, and we want to put the right tools in your hands to get you there. Let's go!
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Technology Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Technology Partners does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or any other characteristic protected by applicable state or federal civil rights laws.