.NET Developer at People & co. Ltd

San Gwann, Malta

Posted on Jan 23 2018 (over 6 years ago)


European citizens only

- Do you enjoy coding using .Net, CSS3, HTML5 and JavaScript?
- Are you a detail oriented person?
- Do you enjoy working in an agile and dynamic team environment? 

Organization Description

Our client offers a fresh and dynamic working environment. The company excels at identifying, anticipating and satisfying all customers' software needs. Using the latest technologies within an innovative agile team environment. The company prides its self in knowing that they will always do their utmost to be flexible and adjust their services as the need arises.

Job Description: 

Your main responsibilities will include developing software using light-weight Agile processes. You will be expected to write correct, clean and efficient code that make you proud.

- Develop world-class products in a Microsoft environment.
- Use test-driven development to make sure you deliver high quality code.
- Be proactive and pay attention to scalability, availability and code quality.
- Implement new features as well as maintaining and improving the existing functionality as well as performance.
- Follow coding standards.
- Participate and contribute to team delivery.

Skills and mind set: 

- Must be experienced using: JavaScript, CSS3, HTML5, JQuery, ASP.Net
- Knowledge in Frameworks like AngularJS/Ember, Knockout, bootstrap or Modernizr is an advantage.
- Advanced training in web technologies is a plus, such as JS, Frameworks, Certifications, or more.
- Experience using SQL will be considered an asset.
- Experience in agile methods is a plus.
- A Higher diploma, in IT or equivalent is essential. 
- Must be flexible and willing to travel abroad if needed.


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