You develop, extend, maintain and monitor applications within the domain.
You automate testing in all its forms in order to increase both code quality and application reliability i.e. Unit-testing, integration testing, end-to-end testing, etc.
You write maintainable documentation for both existing software and new developments.
You collaborate with domain experts and business analysts in extracting requirements from user and business requests.
You participate in design discussions (high- and low-level) regarding application transformations as well as greenfield development.
You start initiatives to improve development processes, testing, operational management and infrastructure.
You try to reduce the amount of existing manual operational tasks as much as possible through automation.
You help set up interteam communication channels for coordination regarding API changes, deployments, bugs, etc.
Detailed knowledge of the .NET framework and surrounding ecosystem
Strong foundation in OOP, in particular regarding C#
Familiar with modern software design principles (SOLID, Gang of Four, event-driven systems, etc.) and distributed system design and messaging technology
Experience with older technologies such as WCF, WinForms, ASP.NET
WebForms, ASMX Web Services, .NET remoting is a plus
Fluent in both spoken and written English.
You can work independently but are also a teamplayer.
You don’t shy away from asking difficult questions.
HomeOffice + Remote Job
Mac or Dell according to your wish
Internal knowledge sharing activities organized in the working time
Egghead, Safaribooks and Pluralsight licenses according to technologies
CN organizes internal and external education activity (meetups, conferences, workshops...) and supports community groups (Fsharping, Elm...)
Work with interesting technologies for international clients
Friendly team, open-door policy, informal company culture
Passionate colleagues who will support you in your growth
Professional and personal growth
Offices in central Prague/Bratislava/Zlin/Bucharest
We make this transparent. During the first round of interviews, you meet a recruiter, a senior colleague, and your future boss. This is a time to find out if your expectations and ours are the same. If the answer is “yes”, we invite you for a company breakfast where you meet the team you will join, see your office, take a look at your project and, of course, ask any questions you want answered.