Looking for - Regular Full-Stack Web Developer (C# + Angular)
One of the world's largest oil field service companies has a need to develop web based enterprise cementing job design and quality control software with rich reporting functionality in continuous efforts to improve quality of shale oil wells cementing.
About the Project - web based enterprise cementing job design and quality control software with rich reporting functionality.
Our team - friendly, cooperative, open-minded team of experienced software professionals.
Technologies used - Angular 8, TypeScript, .Net Core 3, Boostrap, ChartJS, MS SQL Server, etc.
∙ Implementation of new features and core components
∙ Continuous improvement of existing functionality
∙ Communication with US team members on daily basis
∙ Participation in a SCRUM-based project development
∙ 3+ years of overall experience in enterprise software development
∙ 1+ years of experience with .Net/C#
∙ 2+ years of experience with Angular 6.0 or newer
∙ Good knowledge of OOP, design patterns, SOLID principles
∙ Experience in web applications development with Angular 6.0 or newer
∙ TypeScript development
∙ Good analytical, problem solving, and debugging skills
∙ Bachelor or Master's Degree in Computer Science
∙ Intermediate English
∙ Experience in web applications development with .NET Core 2.1 or newer
∙ Bootstrap, Angular CLI, Reactive Extensions for Angular
∙ Web API/RESTful server development using ASP.NET core
∙ MS SQL Server
∙ Experience with TFS or Git
∙ Understanding of Agile development methodologies
∙ Oil & Gas domain knowledge
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Job posted on
12 April 2021