• Full Stack .Net Developer_Atlanta,GA

    From recruiter 642@21:1/5 to All on Tue Jan 21 06:37:49 2020
    Role: Full Stack .Net Developer

    Location: Atlanta,GA

    Duration: 6 months

    Interview Mode: Phone+Skype

    Required Qualifications:

    · 5+ years hands-on software development experience in .NET Stack (C#, SQL, MVC, WCF, ASP.NET, VB.NET, TFS, Design Patterns)

    · Experience with JavaScript frameworks like Angular SPA

    · Frontend web experience with HTML5, JavaScript, JQuery, AJAX, HTML5, CSS3

    · Strong experience developing effective APIs and REST/SOAP web services and deep understanding of server-side and middle-tier technologies, relational databases/SQL

    · B.S. in Computer Science or equivalent

    · Strong leadership and communication skill.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    · Agile SDLC processes (Kanban/XP)

    · Micro services and Distributed architectures

    · Ability to think strategically and act tactically

    · Strong customer focus and owner mindset

    · Proven track record of delivering high quality Software Products

    If you are interested please share your resume at resumes@usajobservices.com

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  • From rja.carnegie@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Wed Jan 22 13:50:15 2020
    Spam because I don't see "SQL" mentioned there.

    Hey, I just caught up with category "all"
    at the "Not Always Right" web site, and I think
    this was somewhere there: someone whose personal
    phone number was accidentally given out for
    people applying to work at the Apple Store in
    town,I think.

    Our hero decides to call the store to fix this.

    It turns out that they didn't give out his
    number and they aren't recruiting.

    So it's slightly unclear what's happening, but
    I suppose basically "advance fee fraud".
    Get someone to pay you while you get them a job.
    But you don't get them a job. You just take
    their money.

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