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(2+ Years) "EF" Hiring: .Net WPF Developer On Jan 2017 @ Bangalore



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Company         EF

Website           www.ef.com

Eligibility          Bachelors/Masters Degree

Experience       2+ yrs

Location          Bangalore

Job Role         .Net WPF Developer

JOB SUMMARY:

Company Profile:

EF provides life-changing education for global citizens. For over 50 years, our mission has been to give confidence and freedom to people of all ages, nationalities and backgrounds. With the desire to define your own path in life, and a little courage, EF opens up a world of possibilities.

Job Description:
1. Interacting with customers to understand the business requirements

2. Developing modules adhering to deadlines

3. Supporting and maintaining applications

4. Working with bug tracking systems

Candidate Profile:
Qualification:

1. Bachelor’s Degree and/or Master’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or equivalent experience.

2. Minimum 2 years developing and working with C#,WPF, Multi-Threading, SQL Server & writing stored procedures, Visual Studio, Source Control like TFS, SVN or SourceSafe.

Skills:
1. A solid understanding of best practices

2. Interested in new technology

3. Effective communication and interpersonal skills

 













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