Open Source has become the technology that businesses of all sizes have begun to build their strategies around.
The days when apps were just built for smartphones is over now and we have a plethora of connected TVs, IoT devices in our homes, location based services, augmented reality, small business, utility, AI embedded and payment apps.
2017 seems to have been the year of DevOps so far but one wonders how many companies have been influenced by the hype without really realising where they should be heading and how.
I have just been briefed on a .NET Azure Developer contract working for one of the biggest names within the Energy sector on an initial 12 month contract.
The .NET developer on this opportunity will get the chance to work for one of the most forward thinking and innovative clients in the world working on a huge project based with their renewable energy division. Working on an Azure and Microservices project you will be using the latest technologies the market has to offer.
The role will offer the chance to work with the following
* A project allowing you to make a real difference and influence the project outcome.
* One of the best working environments the sector has to offer.
* Working for a client that can support the project from a technical and financial standpoint.
As the .NET developer on this project, you will be an expert with all areas of the .NET stack including C#, MVC and Entity frameworks .
You will be working on an Azure and Microservices project so experience with this is important. Azure Service Bus, Azure SQL, Azure Blob and Azure Api Management experience is also highly desirable for this contract.
Azure Service Bus
If this opportunity sounds like something you would be interested in then please apply to this ASAP and we can get an interview set up for this week with a potential start of Monday. Alternatively, you can always contact me directly on email@example.com, just drop me a copy of your CV and I will be in touch shortly.