Fulltime C# oppurtunities in NYC

Discussion in 'MCSD' started by HK, Feb 2, 2012.

  1. HK

    HK Guest

    Job Location – New York City
    Job Title –Developer/Lead
    Job Type – Fulltime

    Primary Skill –C#, .NET technologies and VC++,

    • Ability to work with offshore team and guide them to the success of
    the project requirements.
    • Main responsibilities include design and implementation of internal
    applications that are vital to business clients.
    • Debugging and testing of developed modules and scripts.
    • Support systems implementation and maintenance.
    • Instrumenting, debugging and profiling applications to focus
    optimization efforts.
    • Developing coding conventions and standards to enhance source code
    management and increase software maintainability.
    • Based on technical and functional specifications develop code.
    • Ability to write technical specification documents.

    Thanks,
    Haroon Khan
    Sr. Recruiter,
    Amtek Solutions,
    1967, State Route 27 Suite # 15
    Edison, New Jersey 08817

    www.amteksolutions.com
     
    HK, Feb 2, 2012
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