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Azure Developer








Our client in financial services is looking for an Azure Developer on a contractual basis. The individual will work closely with the technical teams including data engineers, Data Analysts, Azure DevOps team, Database Admins and Infrastructure.


Responsibilities for this role include participating in all phases of cloud development from requirements definition and design to development, deployment, and maintenance. Performance tuning and monitoring. Developers partner with cloud solution architects, cloud DBAs, cloud administrators, and clients to implement solutions.


The candidate must display the following attributes critical for this role:

  • Domain Knowledge 
  • Accountability and ownership


Responsibilities will include:

  • Quality Assurance and Testing
  • DevOps/configuration
  • Developing solutions that are highly available and resilient to failures
  • Understanding data requirements
  • Stakeholder management
  • Peer review
  • Understand Azure policies


Experience in the following technologies is key to this role:

  • Proficiency in C# with a good knowledge of its ecosystem
  • Strong understanding of object-oriented programming
  • Understanding of fundamental design principles for building a scalable application with patterns such as Domain Driven Design or CQRS
  • .NET Core and related technologies
  • Azure DevOps pipelines
  • Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates
  • Azure Functions
  • CosmosDB
  • Building secure cloud-based solutions.
  • Experience implementing automated testing platforms and unit tests
  • Test Driven Development


Advantageous technical skills

Azure Certifications (Microsoft Certified: Azure Fundamentals, Microsoft Certified: Azure Developer)



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