Software Developer in Test (SDET) wanted to join a small specialist team to design and develop full lifecycle automated test plans, strategies and policies for...
Working out of their London (Soho) office, their engineers work in a very collaborative environment which is relaxed but focused on delivery. All the developers have a deep understanding of the development lifecycle and best practice alongside a respect and appreciation of the importance and need for quality testing and test theory.
As a full stack software developer, you will be responsible for building full stack C# web applications, including everything from back-end services to client-end counterparts. A full lifecycle development role, you will have a passion for sophisticated design, best practice and programme efficient, reusable and robust code.
You will be part of a team that understands fundamental design principles behind scalable applications, Common Language Runtime (CLR) and it's limitations and code versioning tools such as GIT and Team Foundation.
Example projects you will actively be involved with include the Greenfield development of their budget setting web based platform and the migration to .Net Core.
To apply, you will be:
- Proficient in developing systems using .Net C# and possess full lifeycle experience
- Exposure to .Net framework 4.5
- A good understanding of OO programming techniques
- Design and architectural patterns
- Experience with Service Orientated Architecture & Web Service Development, such as: WebAPI, WCF, REST API, JSON
- Strong SQL Server
- A combination of front end web frameworks, such as: React.JS, Angular.JS, Node.JS
- An appreciation of automated testing platforms and techniques
This would suit an inquisitive and collaborative developer keen to share their ideas to create forward thinking solutions. The client offer technical training on any areas that are lacking in order for you to become a well rounded, genuine full stack developer.
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnerships, pregnancy or maternity or age.