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Employer: ValueLabs Inc
  • IT Hardware
  • IT Software
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: peste 5 years of experience
  • Ilfov
  • Updated at: 30.09.2019
    Short company description

    Technology, innovation and problem solving – that’s where we play. We specialize in digital enablement, software product development and data technology. We are a trusted technology partner to over 150 clients globally, serving them from 28 offices worldwide using our OneCompany® model of engagement.


    - Minimum 10-15 years of experience and 3-5 years as .Net solution architect
    - Ability to find the best tech solution among all possible to solve the existing business problems
    - Able to architect, evaluation, design and analysis of enterprise wide systems Able to do design high performance and scalable solutions using .NET Technology
    - Able to integrate various technology stack Plan, design and execute complex company level storage solution configuration
    - Setup the development model, continuous integration, managing repository braches using Git/TFS managing CI-CD Pipeline for deployment/automated builds
    - Must have experience on EPi Server/Umbraco and Sitecore
    - Good knowledge of coding standards and best practice Experience on building and configuring Identity Server - Knowledge on Policy Server Azure Working experience on micro-services architecture
    - Good experience in implementing SOLID principles and Design Patterns

    Technical Skills: .NET Core, MVC, WEb API, C#.NET, SQL Server, microservices, Azure


    - Defining features, phases, and component of the solution requirements
    - Providing specifications according to which the solution is defined, managed, and delivered
    - Implement quality control and process improvement initiatives Ensure to test assistance to storage solution development