.NET Developer

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.NET Developer- Direct Hire- Arlington, VA
The Software Engineer is responsible for planning, processing and performing all assigned tasks in an efficient manner. The Engineer is also responsible for performing programming tasks pertaining to the creation, enhancement, and maintenance of applications.
Implement features and implemented code modules as required by product owners and as per task assignments
Write automated unit tests for each class that makes up a module
Write automated integration tests for each module
Maintain existing central site applications and provide support on production issues
Fix bugs and work with other teams such as QA and Operations to ensure proper fixes get into production systems
Apply today if your background includes:
5+ years of experience in writing software, programs in .Net or JAVA environment.
Very strong in C# including solid knowledge of .Net features such Exceptions, Memory management, Reflection, and LINQ
Ability to solve problems quickly and completely
Ability to multi-task and stay organized in a dynamic work environment
Excellent communication skills, with an emphasis on verbal and written communication
Broad experience working with a wide range of managers, developers
Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively within the team
Nice to Have:
1+ years of development experience building integration solutions using web services built with WCF, WSDL, SOAP or REST.
Some working knowledge and experience of Entity Framework or nHibernate
Must have working experience with features in .Net 4.0 such as LINQ.
Working knowledge of OOD, design patterns.
Experience in building interactive user interface applications using ASP.NET WebForms or MVC, HTML, CSS, JavaScript and jQuery is acceptable as long as candidates understand and have done server side programming, multi-threaded design and programming.

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