A quick snapshot The .NET developer works alongside the senior team members to assist in designing, modifying, developing, and writing software programming applications and components.
This is a full stack development position, so we’re looking for someone who’s interested in learning more about the look and feel of an application, as well as its back-
end algorithms. Why it’s a big deal... As a .NET developer, you’ll aid and support other .NET team members on some new and exciting projects here at Aptos! You’ll play a role in writing software for cloud-
based applications that drive our customers’ businesses. If you’re interested in helping us build out these applications and bring them to life, this job might be a great fit for you! Keep reading for details...
when we’re faced with challenges, we find solutions. We turn to a variety of resources, including our own colleagues, our professional network, the Internet, articles and books whatever helps us get the job done.
But it’s not just about using a variety of resources to knowledge it’s also about gain that knowledge to other areas of the job or business where it might make sense.
You are proactive about ongoing learning to better your knowledge about Aptos software and our customers’ needs. You find trends in customer questions and work to resolve repeating issues quickly and efficiently.
applying the trees. It’s what sets you apart from the rest. You start with a good understanding of the broader strategy, zoom in to assess one particular aspect of that strategy, and then zoom back out to see how changes to a particular area will affect the broader process.
Business Analysts think you’re a good partner because you are. Quality Assurance Analysts feel you respect their opinions because you do.
You’re a true people person, a natural collaborator, and a highly sought-after resource and their go-to person. You apply company and departmental policies and processes to resolve a variety of issues.
You take ownership and provide well thought out approaches to see all the details through. Here’s what will give you an edge You take courses in your spare time to learn new languages and frameworks to familiarize yourself with new concepts.
Also, experience working in an Agile environment, would be great. We know it when we see it. Passion is not about saying how much you love what you do in your most excited voice.
Passion is revealed in your truest self. It’s about what you’ve accomplished; how you want to grow; the ideas you have; your philosophies.
It’s demonstrating through your words and your actions that you truly believe in what you do and where you work. That it matters to you.
And that’s pretty cool. You don’t wait around for things to happen or for your manager to tell you what to do. You’re not only proactive about completing your own work, but when you sense the need to introduce an idea that will benefit the team or the organization even if it’s outside your scope of work you take it on and own it