.NET Developer Blazor

Ref No. EMP459329
Location South East England, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract ()
Job Status Closed
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Introduction

.Net Developer -Blazor is required for 3-5 months (likely to be extended) based in Southampton - WORKING REMOTELY

Important

Blazor

The Job

NET Developers are needed to join a team working on a brand new, long-term Greenfield project, where you will be responsible for designing and developing the client's CRM system through from concept to delivery.

Working alongside the likes of Amazon, the business is rapidly growing as they look to be the top thriving FinTech organisation on the South Coast.

You must be self-sufficient, have a diverse approach and be experienced in working in agile methodologies across the full SDLC.

Their mentality is innovative, proactive and dynamic but the ideal candidate will be flexible both with the technologies they use and their strategy to reach important deadlines.

The project is developed in .NET Core 3.1 and they will be using Blazor for the front end.

Skills and experience that you have experience of or an interest in:

Blazor

.net/C#

.net core 3.1

Experience integrating with APIs

Microsoft Azure

Continuous Integration/Continuous Development

This role is to start asap and will pay between £350 and £450 (Ltd/Umbrella) per day

Networkers acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Networkers and may assist with processing your application.

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