• Applications Developer (.NET and SQL servers)

    Location US-CA-Thousand Oaks
    Posted Date 3 months ago(8/10/2018 5:46 PM)
    Req #
    # Positions
    Information Technology (US) - Development
  • Overview


    The Applications Developer is responsible for designing, developing, deploying and supporting enterprise applications to support publishing systems in .NET, C# and SQL server technologies.


    Essential Job Functions & Responsibilities


    • Will be responsible for understanding requirements, perform requirements analysis and designs solutions for the publishing business applications.
    • Collaborate with the Business analysts to understand and process the requirements and developing solution design.
    • Conceive technical design for the proposed solutions and write technical specifications for the proposed technical design.
    • Invite reviews for technical design.
    • Perform technical reviews for the technical design when invited.
    • Write code to develop, unit test applications per the approved design.
    • Write Deployment steps and execute deployment steps during cutover and deployments.
    • Perform Data analysis and data migration activities when required. • Work with the Quality assurance team to ensure reported bugs are fixed.
    • Communicate the status of the projects accurately to the manager and Project management teams.
    • Perform upgrades and deployment of software when needed.


    Qualifications & Education

    • Bachelors/Master’s degree in Computer Science or equivalent Degree in technology required
    • 5+ years of experience .Net, C# enterprise applications design, development and deployment is a must
    • 5+ years of strong data analysis and enterprise application
    • Database design and development experience in SQL server is a must
    • 3+ years of experience in web services integrations and deployment experience
    • Microsoft certification preferred


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