.Net/C# Developer


Ron Althoff

In today’s IT – services marketplace, IT departments face a daunting
challenge: they must somehow deliver the highest quality at the lowest
cost, while navigating in a highly inefficient marketplace. Net Matrix
Solutions, Inc is the leading IT professional services provider
helping clients achieve their IT services goals with the quality they
deserve, while ensuring at least 20% cost savings. We have delivered
over 1000 project resources to various clients across American
continent. Our clients are typically Fortune 1 to Fortune 3000

Net Matrix Solutions is looking for a .Net/C# Developer for a 9-12
month contract with our client in the Greater Los Angeles Area, CA
area. Please review the job description and submit your updated
Job Description:

• Candidates must have a strong application development background
coupled with the ability to spot problematic areas, analyze solutions,
propose resolutions and direct their implementation.
• Work closely with development team to implement .NET application
architectures and designs
• Maintain existing applications to support operations
• Produce development artifacts including Release Notes, Design
Documents and Class Diagrams
• Perform testing with technical peers and functional end users to
ensure successful launch of development projects
• Participate in Design and Code Reviews
• Minimum 3 years of experience as a C# software developer
• Minimum 3 years of experience working with data-driven applications
• Expertise in Microsoft .NET Architecture and technologies
• Knowledge of distributed computing and SOA architectures
• Experience with relational databases, and understanding of data
• Proficient in T-SQL
• Experience with test-driven design and Agile methodologies a plus
• Experience with MVC, iOS/Android development a plus

You can reach me at Email: (e-mail address removed), Phone:

Net Matrix Solutions, Inc
Web: www.netmatrixsolutions.com
Inc. 500/5000 Company - twice in a row | FastTech 50 award winner
three times in last four years

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