C# .NET Developer (32308)

Website Palmer Group

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Looking for a new challenge? Come act in a developer role on a project to update a large application to the latest versions of the .NET frameworks and 64-bit application architectures. Our client is looking for a C# .NET Developer who is reliable. If you or someone you know might be interested, don’t hesitate to reach out!

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the gathering and documenting of functional requirements
  • Create design documentation and create and execute test plans and testing scenarios
  • Responsible for production support requests related to the changes they have made
  • Document all work assignments within the Information Technology TFS/VSTS and Service Now systems
  • Update an internal application to use newer libraries they have created to handle user validation
  • Receive a list of specific C# forms that have validation logic in them, replace that, and put together a test plan to be followed
  • Work in the context of prod and responsible for fixing it
  • Create test plans

Requirements:

  • Must be a reliable C# developer with Winforms experience
  • Comfortable writing, and modifying stored procedures using SQL with DevExpress experience
  • C# SQL / Stored Procedures/ XSL, Soap Web Services, WCS Services, and DevExpress experience
  • Able to troubleshoot, analyze requirements, and learn and understand a complex, existing application

To apply for this job email your details to nrenaud@thepalmergroup.com

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