Ett yrke som .NET-utvecklare innebär att du arbetar med programmering och utveckling av databaser eller applikationer. .NET utvecklare är ett av IT-branschens mest innovativa och kreativa jobb.
Som .NET-utvecklare är du ofta en del av ett utvecklingsteam där kod och test av kod är vanliga arbetsuppgifter. .NET-utvecklare arbetar även med design och utformning av applikationer.
.NET-utvecklare finns som yrkeshögskoleutbildning. Andra lämpliga utbildningar är systemutveckling av webbaserade system samt inom IT eller liknande.
Ofta efterfrågar arbetsgivare några års erfarenhet av .NET-utveckling, integrationer och SQL för att få jobb som .NET-utvecklare.
Grundläggande utbildning finns på flera av gymnasiets program.
Arbetsmarknaden för yrkeserfarna IT-akademiker har varit stabilt god de senaste åren och det finns inga tecken på att efterfrågan kommer att minska.
För att trivas som .NET-utvecklare är du en person som gillar att arbeta metodiskt och strukturerat tillsammans med ditt utvecklingsteam.
Vanliga uppdrag för dig som .NET-utvecklare är företag med stora e-handelswebbar eller utveckling av tillfälliga kampanjwebbar åt större företag.
Academic Work Sweden AB
One of the things our customers love most about our offering is our UI. It’s built in Angular, and it’s really, really cool. It’s intuitive, and straightforward to operate. We work hard to ensure that it allows our users to be as productive as possible. You can see it in action in various videos we have on our website. In addition to our main UI, we also provide a React UI that caters to DevOps engineers. Our front-end team also helps with the development of OAuth.tools, the JS OAuth Assistant, and some of our open source projects. They’re a great bunch of products, but we’re nowhere near the end of our meeting all our customers’ UI needs.
To this end, we are seeking another UI developer to join our front-end team. To fit well into this group and keep up, you’ll need 3-5 years of Web development experience, much of it with Angular. The group is made up of various nationalities, so you’ll need to be flexible and be comfortable speaking and writing in English.
We are very focused on testing at Curity. As a result, you will be writing tests whenever you add new functionality to the products you work on. These could be unit tests in Protractor or automated browser tests using Cypress, Jasmine, or Robot Framework. The style and maintainability of these tests are very important, as we have to maintain them for the long haul.
We work in a complex space — Identity and Access Management. The UIs aim to simplify this complexity, so that means you’ll be asked to code some daunting abstractions. The back-end has a massive data model. The UI isn’t dynamic (except in a few places), but it does depend heavily on the schema of the data model. Fetching data, traversing it, and presenting it will probably take some getting used to. Once you get it though, it’ll make your development so much easier. You won’t need to worry about state management, configuration validation, rolling back changes, etc. That’s all handled.
Deadlines are a fact of life, but more important than arbitrary points in time is quality. When building security software, the product must be solid, tested, and safe. For this reason, we work with “trains”. The train leaves the station every six weeks, and we release it at that time. If a feature is ready, it’s merged to the main development branch and will ship on the next train. If it’s not ready, the work continues on an integration branch till it is. This working model allows us to provide consistent deliveries without sacrificing quality.
Keeping track of changes is essential. Source-level changes are managed with git. We rendezvous at Bitbucket, where we also review every substantial change (ones greater than four lines) in a PR. We also specify what changes should be made in Jira tickets. We often design things by talking, and then type it up in a Jira ticket. If it’s more complex, we will write an architectural description of the problem. We often spike out such challenging parts.
We strive to keep meetings to the bare minimum. We have a morning standup though (at 09:20 CET), where we talk about what we did the previous day, what we plan to do today, and if we’re blocked or not. These aren’t reporting meetings for a manager; they’re for you to keep in sync with your colleagues. You’ll need this because things move fast at Curity!
If Curity sounds like a fun place to work, please apply. To be successful at it, you’ll want to be sure you have the following skills:
- Typical front-end testing frameworks (e.g., Cypress, Jasmine, Protractor, Mocha, etc.)
- State management (using Redux etc.)
- HTML and basic CSS
- Git and version control
- Object Oriented Design and Programming (OOD/OOP)
- Computer science and software engineering fundamentals
- Basic knowledge of accessibility, browser APIs, and performance
- Good English communication skills, both spoken and written
- Basic understanding of OAuth 2 is a plus
Also, please be sure to read about how we hire, and send us your application. We’d love to have you on board!
UCG/Radio Support is a consulting company based in Kista in northern Stockholm. Regardless placement you will be employed by UCG, with Swedish salary and benifits.
The Consultant role
As a consultant you may be placed at different customers. UCG will assist with extra training when needed. As a consultant we need you to be flexible and to easily adapt to a new environment.
Our roles requires a basic technical education, sometimes university level.
We require at least 3 years of relevant job experience for all roles, mostly more.
Required experience for this role:
-Experience working with AWS cloud development
-Experience with web applications and backend development
-Experience in agile development
-Experience with Python
About the position
● work as a Senior Java Developer
● Hopefully you enjoy the challenge of complex systems and new technology.
● You need to be structured in both planning and designing and also skilled in AWS environment.
● You will be working with skilled and experienced team members.
● You will be part of a changing environment and quickly adopt to new and changing tasks as we work in an agile and innovation driven environment.
United Consultants Group Ucg AB
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Mentimeter is one of the fastest growing startups in Sweden. Our vision is to transform presentations and meetings into fun and interactive experiences by making it easy to listen and to be heard, as well as create meaningful engagement. We are building a modern and diverse fast-growing profitable product-first tech company and are based in Stockholm.
Mentimeter serves hundreds of millions of users with services that we deploy roughly 40 times a week. With transaction loads up to hundreds of votes per second, we have to be sure we can scale while still delivering a fast and smooth experience.
We work in small, independent, cross-functional and self-organizing teams. The team’s product manager and the team work together to organize and plan the team’s backlog with a focus on continuously delivering value to our users.
We are looking for Frontend Engineers to join our Product department. You will join a team in our Core Product offering. Together the teams are responsible for acquiring and retaining users as well as increasing product usage and improving the audience experience.
We offer a friendly but fast-paced environment where you will be challenged with technically difficult tasks and be given a lot of responsibility from day one.
Please note that we are an English-first company, meaning you don't have to know Swedish to work here. Make sure your application and relevant documents are in English.
What you'll do
As a Frontend Engineer at Mentimeter you will be an integral part of one of our cross-functional product teams, implementing designs and user experiences that will affect millions of people all over the world. You should be curious about how to build fast, intuitive and well performing user interfaces with modern technologies in a team together with designers and developers.
These particular positions will be working on brand new business areas, meaning you will be working at the forefront of our offering, helping us position ourselves in our segment. You will be pushing boundaries through smart and innovative work with cutting edge technology.
You will balance discovery and implementation work, new customer facing features and managing tech debt and technical initiatives.
Since Employee Experience (also known as Developer Experience) is very important to us, we expect you to raise your voice by influencing which tools, programming languages, and technologies you work with while helping us ensure we have a smooth software pipeline for continuous and fast delivery.
Who you are
We believe you have a few years of experience as a developer and through your experience have gained a good understanding of frontend development for the web. With our current roadmap, we believe you'd ideally have good React experience, but would also welcome your application if you have a lot of experience working with similar frontend frameworks that could add value.
For this particular position, we believe you are a person who gets motivated by a short feedback-loop, quickly seeing the effect your work has on end-users. We believe the key to being the first mover in our segment is smart and innovative work aided by cutting edge technology. In order to thrive in this, with us moving fast forward, you should be flexible and embrace change.
In addition to being a good cultural fit (see our values below), we hope that you bring a passion for software development, scalable architecture and building great products. For us, is it important that everyone cares about code quality so an interest in both testing and automation will be something we will be looking for. Experience with writing test-driven frontend code is something we would appreciate but have no exact requirements for which framework you are used to.
Excellent communication skills and being able to work both independently and in a team are some other traits we are looking for in all of our colleagues.
Last but not least: Having a curious mindset, being open to learning & sharing knowledge and of course: that you are excited about working with us!
Technologies you'll be exposed to during your time at Mentimeter:
- Fela (CSS-in-js)
- AWS Lambda
More about Mentimeter
Mentimeter is a product-first, tech-heavy, fast-growing, inclusive and profitable startup built by engineers. Back in 2014, we felt that boring and inefficient meetings had to go, so we decided to create a platform to change this. Seven years later, Mentimeter is recognized as the fastest-growing Swedish startup, with over 200 million users and customers from over 200 countries; the journey has just begun.
Our core principles and basis for our culture:
- Inclusiveness - transparency, equality and diversity
- Work smart - good enough, but know when to excel
- Professionalism - "the consultant mindset"
- Be humble to other people’s work
- Have fun
Our recruitment process consists of:
1. Introduction interview
Get to know us better and introduce yourself further.
Show your skills by conducting a technical test.
3. Competence interview
Meet the team and dive deeper into your background and knowledge.
4. Culture interview
Discuss our company culture and core values.
Please note: The order of step 1 and 2 may vary.
We at Mentimeter believe in giving everyone a voice - regardless of who you are. So we build a platform that does just that. Our platform is not only our product but also our organization. A platform where people feel safe, where differences are embraced, a place where you can have fun. We strongly encourage applicants who are people of color, LGBTQ+, women, people with disabilities, and/or formerly incarcerated people, and a college degree is not strictly required. In order to give everyone a voice, we need to be as diverse as our users.
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