|Date Posted||November 22, 2019|
Angular / .NET Full Stack Developer
We are seeking a contractor with a passion for learning new technologies and enhancing existing skills to fulfill the role of Angular / .NET Full Stack Developer with our client.
- 6+ years of development experience in .NET and/or Angular
- Angular 2.0 and higher development experience
- Modern web architecture (Angular, NodeJS)
- Good knowledge of the .NET framework
- Strong understanding of object-oriented programming and SOLID design principles
- Working in team environments that use Agile methodologies (e.g., Scrum, Lean)
- Good understanding of SOAP and RESTful Web Services (WCF, Web API)
- Excellent knowledge of Git and GitHub practices.
- Experience with DevOps, CI/CD tools like Jenkins, AWS
- Experience in end-to-end Software Development
- Experience with code review and evaluation
- Good at understanding requirements and estimation
- Good team player, have ability and willingness to learn and mentor junior developers
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Preferred/Nice to Have:
- Strong Cloud Experience (AWS, Azure)
- Third party platform Integration experience
- API - RESTful API experience
- Deployments, Dev Ops
- Test Automation Experience
Applicants must be able to work directly for Revel IT (US Citizens and all other parties authorized to work in the US are encouraged to apply).
Revel IT (formerly known as Fast Switch) is one of the fastest-growing, privately held, IT Staffing companies in the nation. Our client base includes 32% of the Fortune 25.
We have major offices in Dublin, OH, Phoenix, AZ, Los Angeles, CA, and Austin, TX and are rapidly expanding into new markets from coast to coast.
Our reputation is one of straight talk, creative solutions, aggressive pricing, and flawless execution ... outperforming the giants of our industry every day. We embrace the strategy inferred in Winston Churchill's famous quote, "The short road to ruin is to emulate the methods of your adversary." At Revel IT, we are constantly asking ourselves, "Is there a better way?" Almost every day, we answer, "Yes."