Job Description :
Job description

JQuery; Exp: 5 years; Must possess an in depth understanding Object Oriented Principles, MVC architecture, .NET framework (2.0 & above) fundamentals, .NET framework building blocks and in depth understanding of Visual Studio 2005/Visual Studio 2008/Visual Studio 2010.Knowledge must include SQL Server 2005/2008, relational database model, normalization, PLSQL.Must have development skills of both web and windows based application using ASP.NET,C#,VB.NET.Hands on or knowledge of Web services, WCF, and WPF is a plusWeb development experience (ASP.NET, HTML, CSS, XSL, XSLT, JavaScript, JQuery and AJAX) is required.Hands on experience on classical ASP 3.0 will be an added advantage.Exposure to Agile methodologies and software development patterns is a plus Strong troubleshooting / debugging skills using Visual studio native debug feature and PDB debugging.Area of responsibilityWorking closely with development lead to understand business needs and develop technology solution with minimal handhold; perform Requirement Analysis.Adhere to the best practices of development in .net technologies as described by the development team.Provide efficient solutions for complex problems/requirements using relevant technology.Should be able to debug and troubleshoot the application during developmentShould be able to mentor/guide newly joined traineeShould be able to participate & Contribute in design discussionsParticipate and contribute in complete SDLC of developmentUnit testing/Integration testing/System Testing/Sanity TestingBug fixing and Regression testing Desired SkillsDemonstrable appreciation/experience of-Using efficient and best practices for the modules developedLeadership skillsProactive and willing to take ownershipDesire to take up challenging tasks and demonstrate ownershipSoft SkillsStrong Work EthicPositive AttitudeGood Communication SkillsTime Management AbilitiesProblem-Solving SkillsTime Management AbilitiesProblem-Solving SkillsActing as a Team PlayerSelf-ConfidenceAbility to Accept and Learn From CriticismFlexibility/AdaptabilityWorking Well Under Pressure