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C# .net WPF Developer

Gurgaon, Delhi-NCR

Tech To Suit Inc

Job Description

5+ years of experience in Software Development with more than 2 years in developing WPF Applications
Solid hands-on experience in OOAD, OOPS concepts, C#, Multi-threading, XML, with .Net Framework 4.0/4.5 and Web Services
Good understanding of MVVM and Data Binding.
Experience in using development tools like Visual Studio 2012/2015.
Knowledge of third party tools like Nunit, NCover, CruiseControl, FxCop, JIRA.
Knowledge of Design Patterns, UML and best software development practices
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Must be an excellent team player and able to work with minimal supervision.

Additional
Knowledge of C++/VC++, COM
Experience in Image processing and Audio/Video processing applications
DICOM and HL7 knowledge would be a plus
Role & Responsibilities
Timely completion of all tasks as per the project plan
Ensure quality code deliveries by means of code review, unit testing etc.
Helping team in authoring and updating technical documents.
Learn and adopt new technologies to improve the product performance & quality.
Compliance to Quality Management System and Design Controls.

Company Description

‘Techs To Suit' provides its client the most comprehensive and best in class solutions... to their recruiting and leadership needs right from ‘Intern to CEO’ across industry bands, hierarchies and geographies.We believe in partnering only a select number of long term clients which allows us to truly add value.

At the same time, we provide excellent opportunities for all our candidates to enhance their careers based on an understanding of their needs as far as income, career satisfaction, and career developments go.
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Additional Information

Last updated:
07/12/2017
Job type:
Full time
Position type:
Permanent
Vacancies:
1
Minimum experience:
Between five and ten years
Education:
Compulsory Education
Category:
Jobs in IT - Software Programming / Analysis
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