Full Stack Engineer

Posted 3 months ago

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for design, development, testing, debugging, deployment and requirements documentation at a mastery level.
  • Assists application architects in the creation of application, integration, and data architecture.
  • Analyses business/ functional requirements and prepares development project schedule, tasks, and estimates.
  • Collaborates with project team members to identify issues and risks associated with the design, implementation, and delivery of project assignments.
  • Actively participate on PI Planning
  • Give demo to the business team (End Users)
  • Contribute to the technical discussions
  • Actively participate on daily scrum meetings

Skillsets (Must have):

  • Should have more than 3 years of exp on .net core, React, Azure
  • Should have hands-on with designing and developing MS Azure (PaaS) services and applications using – .Net core, Web api, C#, Azure Web-Apps, API Apps
  • Strong experience in Dependency injection, memory management
  • Hands-on experience in React: creating components, services, integration with APIs
  • Strong understanding of Azure Database technologies (both IaaS and PaaS) and options to support the migration process
  • Develop and deploy highly available, scalable, and secure ETL (Azure ADF) using industry best practices
  • Hands on Creating/Modifying SQL objects : Tables, Stored Procedures, Views, Triggers, SQL Functions
  • Very strong experience in performance query tunning tools [Extended Events, SQL Profiler, LinkPad, Query Analyzer, SQL Sentry Plan Explorer ]
  • GitHub and CI/CD pipelines
  • Good Knowledge and Understanding on HTML5, CSS & JavaScript.

Skillsets (Preferred):

  • Hands-on experience with Azure Service Bus and Azure Functions
  • Hands-on experience with Azure Key vault, blob storage, Azure Monitoring
  • Experience of Migration from legacy .NET core to latest 6.0, Entity Framework (6.0)
  • Experience in data migration and verification techniques post migration

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