Do My Job For Me!

I’m leaving. On good terms, of course. If you’ve corrected my SQL, harrumphed my primers, or daydreamed about showing me up, now is your chance. My law firm needs to hire a replacement posthaste. Hablame for details. Here’s the help wanted ad.


Application Developer Position

The candidate must have 2 years of experience in .NET and SQL based n-tier web and desktop development.

We are looking for a new member for our development team who thrives in a small team and with independence; is motivated to meet the software needs of the legal profession; works well with systems, support, and stakeholders to create and assess projects; communicates well with the team and with stakeholders; puts ego aside to make the best technical decision; exhibits discipline in writing self-documenting code by following house programming standards and styles; excels in communicating clear documentation to end-users; continuously learns new technologies, patterns, standards, practices, and environments and applies that learning to current work; maintains a flexible and accommodating attitude to meet the pressing needs of the IT department.

The position requires rigorous object-oriented design, proper practice of object-oriented programming, experience in the latest .NET environment advances, ability to work in all aspects of n-tier application programming, design of service-oriented architecture and resources, and writing compact, clear, and simple code.

The ideal candidate has experience in the following technologies and languages: VB.NET, T-SQL, ASP.NET, SQL Server Reporting Services, managed Office Add-Ins, viDesktop, Interwoven Worksite/Mailsite, Sharepoint, Visual Studio Team System, XHTML, CSS, Javascript, XML, SOAP-based web services

July 20th, 2006 | Jobs

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