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Senior .NET Developer / Alpharetta / 120K + Bonus

Company Name:
firstPRO Inc.
Very fast growing, cutting-edge company who offers a flex schedule, robust vacation package, top-notch benefits, and a fun work environment has an immediate need for a Senior .Net Developer on a direct hire basis. In this role, you will be responsible for designing and developing the company's flagship products and web interfaces utilizing the latest .Net and Web UI technologies and design methods focused on the single page application model.
This company offers you the chance to create your own schedule, interact with a team of about 25 very smart individuals (Web Developers, User Experience, Product Management, etc), and have an immediate impact on one of the company's growing product lines!
Responsibilities:
Assist the team in designing/developing the company's top product using the latest design methodologies focused on the single page app model
Manage simultaneous assignments and deliver results on time within budget
Analyze requirements for new products/product enhancements including research
Collaborate with other functional areas (QA, etc.) to aid in thorough testing and documentation efforts
Produce designs based on analysis and Implement the designs into a complete product
Requirements:
7+ years .Net including web-based front-end analysis and application design patterns with the ability to explain its usage and best practices
4+ years of experience with web technologies including strong Javascript, ExtJS, JQuery, AJAX, C# ASP.NET
Any dev experience with Visual Studio 2010/2008
Strong experience designing and developing solutions based on a SOA.
Bachelor's Degree
Pluses:
WCF
Agile environment.
Web application security and/or web app vulnerability testing experience.

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