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EAP - ASP.NET Core Developer - Remote - FT or PT #1465

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BaranOzdemir opened this Issue Mar 8, 2019 · 4 comments

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BaranOzdemir commented Mar 8, 2019

Location

  • Australia, New Zealand
  • Remote
  • Full time or part time

Salary Expectation

  • Negotiable

Requirements

  • ASP.NET Core
  • Web API
  • Azure App Services, Azure Functions, WebJobs
  • MS SQL
  • EF Core
  • 5+ years Software Engineering experience

Skills

  • Communication (English)
  • Team player
  • Agile

Must Have

  • Be able to fly

Ideally

  • Microservices
  • Web API
  • SOA
  • SignalR

Responsibilities

Responsible for writing exceptional code to deliver world class web solutions to global customers.

You’ll be responsible for

  • Working on restful web api.

You can bring

  • A good eyes for design
  • Critical thinking
  • Energy

Why it would be awesome to work with us

  • We are agile
  • We trust people
  • We empower people

Interesting engineering projects

Contact

Homepage: www.eap.ph
Contact: contact@eap.ph

@BaranOzdemir BaranOzdemir changed the title ASP.Net Core Developer EAP - ASP.NET Core Developer - Remote - Full Time or Part Tim Mar 8, 2019

@BaranOzdemir BaranOzdemir changed the title EAP - ASP.NET Core Developer - Remote - Full Time or Part Tim EAP - ASP.NET Core Developer - Remote - FT or PT Mar 8, 2019

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qcam commented Mar 8, 2019

@BaranOzdemir Thanks for posting. Is being able to fly really a must-have for this position? Also could you please provide more information about the company and the position, as well as fill out all the required sections specified in the README.

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qcam commented Mar 8, 2019

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Where do I put more information about the company?

Before "Location" section should be fine.

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