Mandatory skill set: 1) Skill set I: Dot Net Developer( 2-4 years of experience) 2) Skill set II: Lead Developer(8 years of experience) Dot Net, Angular 4/5 + Web API. Strong logical and verbal communication skills.
1. WebAPI & should be strong at WebAPI Security implementation 2. Strong C# & .NET Skillls 3. ADO.NET & some knowledge on Entity Framework 4. General OOPS Concepts 5. Design Patterns & SOLID Principle 6. Exp in Microservices Architecture is added advantage 7. Min. 4 years’ experience required
Sr. SQL Developer (www.techwave.net)Hitech City, HyderabadPermanent PositionJob Description :- 8+ years of hands on experience in SQL Server development, SSIS and SSRS.- Good Experience in SQL queries. Stored procedures, functions, Triggers, cursors and strong experience with dynamic SQL- Knowledge of SAP will be an added advantage.- Candidate should have very good experience in data migration / data analysis / Data Conversion.- Excellent communication skills. - Good team player.- Coordinate and communicate with people at different levels to understand the business requirements and execute.- Manage assigned risks and monitor potential impacts as part of the data migration plan.- Work across multiple functional modules to understand data usage and implications for data migration.- Eagerness to learn, committed towards work.
Job Title: Front End Developer(Angular Js) Location: Kompally, Hyderabad. Good to have: java, .net knowledge Responsibilities: 1 Development experience in Any OOPS server side language e.g. Java/ J2EE, PHP, .NET 2 Expert in Angular.JS 1.x or Angular 2.0 frameworks. 3 Hands on experience in delivering medium to complex level applications 4 Development exp. in Any OOPS server side language e.g. Java/ J2EE, PHP, .NET Expert in Angular.JS 1.x or Angular 2.0 frameworks Professional Experience: 1 Minimum 4-6 years of relevant hands-on experience in full development life cycle software development 2 Good written and verbal communication skills
Claybots is looking for a Technical Lead who will be the face of product development. We are India's First Campus Hiring SaaS platform. It helps campus recruiters streamline their hiring process by creating hiring events, run assessments, manage candidates, and a lot more. If this sounds interesting, read on.. What do you do - 1) You will be responsible for end-to-end development of the product. 2) Your major responsibilities includes Understanding the requirement, Coding, Unit Testing, reviewing the code of team members, BuildDeployment & Managing DevOps. 3) Remember that our main motive is to build a scalable product. 3) Enjoying the advantage of early starter, You are also responsible to grow your own team of developers. Said that, it doesn't mean you get your hands dirty by sourcing and screening resumes. Mentorship is all we need to bring on to the table to form a team of rockstars. What we need - 1) Hands-on experience on latest technology stack of Microsoft 2) Should have worked on the following - a) Backend - Asp.Net MVC, .NetCore b) FrontEnd - Angular 2 or 4, Bootstrap 3, Needless to say about HTML, CSS c) ORM - PetaPoco, Entity Framework or any other ORM d) Cloud - Azure App Services 3) Experience - It is not about how many years of experience you have, It is about how much did you explore, learn and what did you accomplish. So, number of years doesn't really matter. If you think, all the above sounds like you, we will be glad to talk to you.
Keka has been disrupting the HR Tech market, thanks to our people and customers. We are here to create best experience for every employee in every organization in India and the World. Our developers make this transformation possible! At Keka, we have an ownership mentality: every employee has the power to make our company better. Our engineers own projects from end-to-end by influencing initial feature specs, building backend & APIs (Azure & C#), writing frontend code (Angular), and overseeing ongoing production operations for deployed features. Traits we look in you ================== Craftsman or a code coolie? ---------------------------------------- Clean code is a craft. There’s beauty in good code. Only craftsmen get it, while the code coolies are comfortably clueless, swirling in their own soup. Craftsmen spend hours iterating and refactoring until their code reaches a S.O.L.I.D state. They are extremely curious, always honing their skills and laser focused on solving the same problem with better approaches. Are you such craftsman? “A good programmer looks both ways before crossing a one-way street” -Anonymous Naming and Readability matters ------------------------------------------------- Good coders respect and care for fellow coders’ time, so they always write code that is simple to read and understandable. They avoid convoluted and complex logic and keep it simple, stupid. And yes they are extremely careful about naming. “You should name a variable using the same care with which you name a first-born child” - Robert C. Martin Skills matter less. Problem solving matters most ---------------------------------------------------------------------- At Keka, we are problem solvers first and programmers next. Skills are secondary - mere tools to solve real world problems. Tech is only a means to make an impact on the world. So the reason for you to join us shouldn’t be just some cool tech stack you get to work on, but the impact you are going to make on this world! “First, solve the problem. Then write the code.” - John Johnson Can you model the world? ---------------------------------------- No matter how great algorithms and code you write, if you can’t get your data and object modeling right, it demonstrates your lack of experience building real world scalable products. Before writing the first line of the code, you should understand what it will be doing, how it will be used, what it will use, how modules, services will work with each other, what structure will it have, how it will be tested and debugged, and how it will be updated. And you ask enough questions to get these answers. “Bad programmers worry about the code. Good programmers worry about data structures and their relationships” - Linus Torvalds Devops, not your thing? ----------------------------------- Writing code is one thing. Getting it running and being used is altogether another. If you aspire to be an architect (and we insist you should), you should start being a part in Devops. At Keka we expect developers to take part in devops every now and then. We also expect you come with some prior devops automation knowledge. “The most powerful tool we have as developers is automation” - Scott Hanselman Talk is cheap. Show the code. ------------------------------------------- Be willing to write code as we work with you in the interview process. We want the code to talk about you. If you rather feel you are too senior to take a code test, please stop reading this right away. We are sorry you had to waste time reading this long passage. We are not right place for you. “Talk is cheap. Show me the code” - Linus Torvalds Say “I don’t know”. -------------------------- There’s no quicker way to waste your time as a developer than to refuse to acknowledge what you don’t know. What makes you valuable isn’t what you know, but rather your humility and ability to quickly learn from others and adapt to evolving technologies. A good programmers know what’s relevant today is outdated tomorrow. “It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change” - Charles Darwin