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Mid - Snr level .Net Developer

at Recruit Digital in City of Cape Town Metro

Tech-centric company with a global footprint are expanding their team! Mobile, product and web teams all experiencing phenomenal growth. You will be working in an agile environment, alongside a young, dynamic, multi-skilled team in order to iteratively deliver sound technical solutions on a suite of web and mobile products across the network.

Work closely with Developers, Designers, QA and Product Owners to develop cutting edge products across the web and mobile space, using our platforms

Take development lead on larger complex projects

Drive low level solution design workshops with fellow team members during whiteboard sessions

Make a positive contribution to requirement workshops, or scrum events attended with a view on the broader needs of the group

Mentor, groom and knowledge share amongst team members


BSc or B-Tech in Computer Science / IT preferred (but not essential)

3+ years development experience working with ASP.NET and C# (Frameworks 4.0 & higher)

Solid Visual Studio experience (2012 & higher)

Solid understanding of Computer Science principles especially OOP, SOA and distributed programming

Well experienced in advanced web application development

Experience using advanced JavaScript frameworks and AJAX techniques

Experience in XML related technologies (SOAP, WSE, XSD, etc.)


Developing for mobile handsets using web technologies

Previous experience on large internet sites with high traffic load

Experience working with Elastic, Redis or Lucene technologies

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