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Junior Developer

Company Name:
Ebit Information Systems
We are not accepting resumes from third parties and sponsorships are not provided for this role. This position also requires the employee to be on-site.
This is a contract opportunity.

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Summary:
Our client is seeking to add a Junior .NET Developer to join their Louisville area team. This individual will work on both web and non-web based applications in a team oriented environment. Design, implement code, test, review, release and support applications. May also be involved in converting existing applications written in classic ASP to C#.

Requirements:
Minimum of 1.5 years of experience in the IT industry
General understanding of Object Oriented analysis, design and patterns
.NET 4.0 experience
VS.NET/C# experience
General understanding of SOAP and REST based web service
Exposure to SQL Server 2005/2008 (and exhibit an eagerness to learn)
Must be able to communicate and work closely with internal users
Strong communication skills
Highly Desired:
Experience with classic ASP
Experience with Entity Framework
Bachelor degree in Computer Science







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