.Net Developer (Senior) C# TDD
£85000 - £100000
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.Net Developer / Full Stack Engineer (C# SQL Agile TDD Microservices CQRS). Would you like to join a pioneering sports betting consultancy and work as part of a talented team within a fast paced and exciting environment? You could be utilising and developing your C# skills within a friendly and supportive company that offers perks including an in-house gym, social spaces with pool tables and dart boards, regular social and charity events and free catering every day.
As a .Net Developer you will be joining the cricket betting team, a rapidly growing team within the business who are responsible for the delivery of high-value business critical systems. Working across the full development lifecycle, you will be designing and developing real-time, high frequency trading applications for betting on the global cricket markets and will focus on the design of the overall system architecture. You will be part of a cross functional delivery team that adopts a DevOps approach and focusses on process optimisation, continuous learning and experimentation.
Based in London, you will join a collaborative and technology driven team who will encourage you to reach your full potential as a Senior C# Developer.
*Strong C# server side development experience working on complex systems
*Understanding of SQL and no SQL databases
*Knowledge of concurrent and parallel computing; concepts like commands, events, CQRS and event sourcing
*Advocate of Agile methodologies
*Expert in writing Unit Tests and experience using TDD
*Ideally have experience with Distributed Systems and Microservices
*Able to pick up new skills quickly and keen to learn
*Excellent communication and collaboration skills
*Desirable: Akka.Net, RabbitMQ, F#, WPF, Angular
As a .Net Developer (C#) you can expect to earn a competitive salary (up to £100k) plus benefits.
Apply today or call to have a confidential discussion about this .Net Developer (C#) role.