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(Fre/Exp) "Fiserv" Hiring: Software Engineer On Nov 2018 @ Bangalore



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Company:         Fiserv

Website:           www.fiserv.com

Eligibility:         Any Graduate

Experience:      Freshers / Experience

Location:          Bangalore

Job Role:         Software Development Engineering

JOB SUMMARY:

Company Profile:

Fiserv is helping its clients push the boundaries of what's possible in financial services, delivering deep expertise and innovative solutions to help financial institutions, businesses and consumers move and manage money faster and with greater ease than ever before.

Job Description:
1. Ability to create HLD and LLD from business requirements and interpret them into code.

2. Design and develop software components including web applications, middleware and services using technologies like .NET framework 4.0, ASP.NET, C#

3. Experience in working on large applications, SDLC processes and Agile methodology

4. Participate in all design reviews, test case reviews, interaction with BU, clients and stakeholders

5. Good written and verbal communication skills.

6. Angular JS, typescript experience.

7. WCF and MVC knowledge is added advantage.

Candidate Profile:
Must Have Skills:

1. .NET Framework 4.5

2. .NET

3. C#

4. Web Services

5. SQL Server 2010/above.

 













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