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(2 - 7 Years) "e-Zest" Hiring: .NET WPF Developer On Jan 2017 @ Pune



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Company        e-Zest

Website           www.e-zest.com

Eligibility         Any Graduate

Experience       2 - 7 yrs

Location         Pune

Job Role        .NET WPF Developer

JOB SUMMARY:

Company Profile:

e-Zest is a customer focused and technology-driven company providing product engineering and enterprise software/application development services that help clients in crafting holistic value for their software development efforts. We are passionate about technology and applying it to make our customers products better and deliver overall value.

Job Description:
1. 2+ years of experience as a developer

2. Must have background and working experience in database development using Microsoft SQL server

3. Must have advanced skills in server-side web development stack: (C# / ASP.NET MVC (3.0 or higher)/ SQL Server)

4. Up-to-date, in-depth knowledge of modern HTML, CSS and JS

5. Solid understanding of object-oriented programming (OOP) and computer science foundations, such as memory management and low-level algorithm performance

6. Strong knowledge of software implementation best practices;

7. Strong experience designing and working with n-tier architectures













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