Dotsquares Technologies India Pvt. Ltd.
.NET Developer

Jaipur

Experience: 2-7 Years
Openings: 10
Job Description

Designing and implementing object-oriented design and programming using .NET

Demonstrating initiative and dependability as a member of the team.

Object Oriented Analysis & Design, Multi Layer Architecture Patterns

Eligibility Criteria

Candidate should have good communication skills.
Experience in Microsoft SQL Server 2008/2012 (Database Development - relational database design concepts and best practices).
Hands on experience with .NET 4.0/4.5 using C#.
Must have good WCF services experience using C#. 
Good understanding of and experience using web services (ASMX & WCF), MVC 4, MVC 5, Azure.
Strong experience with Source Control tools like Visual Source Safe or Team Foundation Server.

About Company

Dotsquares head office is based in Albourne (near Brighton and Hove), United Kingdom with international offices in USA, Australia and has in-house development centers in Jaipur, India. We work very closely with all our clients, always looking to forge long-term relationships, and offer offshore outsourcing services which reduce costs, enhance organizational flexibility and improve business and IT performance. The idea behind Dotsquares was conceived in 2000, and the company was set up in Feb 2002.

Dotsquares is a company dedicated to supplying IT services to businesses. Software development is not only highly technical, but also managerial. Our team members at our three Development Centres in Jaipur are fully accredited and have a minimum of five years commercial experience working with truly international clients. We ensure our development teams hold all the necessary accreditation such as Microsoft’s and that our project managers are Project Management Institute (PMI) certified. Our exceptional staff of over 650+ valued employees who are highly motivated to work at a successful company like Dotsquares.

Refreshed on:  18 December 2018
Category:  Software Development
Views:  433
Recruiter last login:  18 December 2018



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