Our client, located in Irvine, is an Accounting software company with an award-winning suite of tax automation software. Their solutions are used by tax professionals ranging from Big 4 firms to sole practitioners to reduce administrative costs, automate workpaper preparation, maximize review efficiency and improve client service.
They are looking for a C# and SQL Server developer responsible for building back-end services. You'll work on a software product developed in-house for web, mobile, and tablets (iOS and Android). Your primary responsibilities will be to design, develop and test one or more software projects/products, and to coordinate with the rest of the team working on different layers of the infrastructure, located in Irvine and Mumbai.
5+ years experience in backend development using C# and SQL Server
Experience with working in an Agile/Scrum development project
Strong understanding of object-oriented programming
Familiar with various design and architectural patterns
Solid understanding of RESTful web services and architecture
Strong knowledge on C# methodologies, tools and process
Knowledge of concurrency patterns in C#
Solid understanding of Common Language Runtime (CLR)
Understanding fundamental design principles behind an efficient, secure and scalable application
Strong with Microsoft SQL Server
Strong with designing database schemas that represent and support business processes
Strong with designing and analyzing SQL queries for accuracy, efficiency and scalability
Understanding and experience with unit tests and automated testing platforms
Proficient understanding of code versioning tools (TFS and Git)
Familiarity with continuous integration
Experience on cloud development using Azure or AWS is a plus
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