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.Net Developer with AWS
Ref No.: 18-20096
Location: Owings Mills, Maryland
Position Type:Contract
Start Date: 03/26/2018
 The client's Investment Dept, is currently seeking a Mid to Sr. Level .NET developer with experience of development and deployment of .NET Core solutions in AWS environment to join the team. The team is currently building micro-service based ETL process to facilitate the process from switching from 3rd party vendors to local API. The assignment duration is a 6-12 month engagement for this position and based on performance and budget, there may be an opportunity to extend beyond the assignment duration. Strong possibility to work beyond the duration date, for the right resource and per the available budget. Top 3 #1) Hands on AWS and .Net core experience. Not just lab experience, looking for true hands-on AWS experience working in a corporate environment. #2) Test driven development, Linux experience is required (operating on Linux servers). #3 High level technical skill - Jenkins experience preferred. Must have ability to read and understand TF scripts. Requirements:
Mid to Sr. Level .NET developer with experience of development and deployment of .NET Core solutions in AWS environment.
Must be very comfortable in specifically AWS environment, including AWS CLI and the nebula of AWS services.
Must be able to demonstrate a thorough understanding of the advantages of TDD and CI.
Must have hands on experience with .NET Core. Experience with specifically .NET Core 2.0 is preferred.
Must be able to demonstrate the understanding of design patterns and provide the examples of relevant applicability.
Must have previous experience with development and deployment of SOA, microservice-based or otherwise distributed software solutions.
Must have hands-on experience with Docker. Previous experience with AWS ECS is a bonus.
Must have working experience with GitHub and Jenkins.
Experience with Linux, Vagrant, Oracle Virtual Box and Terraform.
Thorough understanding of AWS Step Functions, lambda and the nuances of triggering of the VPC-hosted resources is strongly preferred.