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ASP.Net MVC Developer - West London

ASP.Net MVC Developer - West London

£30-40,000pa DOE + training + certification


Are you looking for a role where you can work with the latest Microsoft platform technologies?

Do you want to work for a company that will encourage your professional development?

Then this is the role for you...

We have an exciting opportunity for an MVC .Net Developer based in West London.

This is a fantastic opportunity for any developer with a minimum of 18 months commercial experience.

Our client is an expanding Digital Agency who have an immediate requirement to join their growing team, based in their West London offices.

Their goal is to increase their customers' business efficiencies through best practice use of web and database technologies.

They have a diverse portfolio of public, private and third sector customers that they work with on a regular basis on projects including websites, intranets, extranets and bespoke web apps; many including systems integration.

You will have the opportunity to gain professional certifications on Microsoft and other platforms.

You should have a proactive approach, enjoy puzzle solving and have a dynamic and positive attitude.



?ASP.Net, C#, WebForms, web service development

?HTML 5, CSS, JavaScript and SQL Server

?IIS and website deployment

?Visual Studio and TFS

?Umbraco or other CMS based solutions advantageous

You will work closely with the design team, project manager and other developers on projects for multiple customers using Microsoft and web technologies.

You will be joining a progressive and vibrant environment at a company that is dynamic and fast-paced delivering web solutions using the latest technologies with high aspirations for growth.

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