.net developer

.Net Developer

A .Net Developer produces code in the .Net family of programming languages ((C#, VB .Net). The role of a .Net developer is to build software using languages and technologies of the .Net framework. As a .Net developer you will create applications from concept, configure existing systems and provide technical support.

Roles & Responsibilities

As a .Net Developer you will need to write excellent code in the .Net framework for a wide and ever expanding array of uses

Role and responsibilities of .Net Developers include:

● Writing, designing and maintaining .Net code
● Implementing .Net based systems based on client’s requirements
● Improving the performance of applications through .Net applications
● Managing the memory of systems
● Testing and deploying operating software and systems
● Checking the quality and integrity of data and addressing issues
● Correcting any issues that arise with .Net coding
● Testing code for errors and fixing any bugs
● Developing best practices for the design and development of programmes in the .Net framework.

Who you will work with

As a .Net developer, you will work in collaboration with other members of the development team. You may find yourself testing code with other developers, consulting business analysts about the requirements of the project or interacting directly with clients to determine their needs. Some of the other roles you would expect to work frequently alongside include:

● Cloud computing engineer
● UX designer
● Java developer
● Cyber security expert
● Full Stack web developer
● Data engineer
● Software engineer
● IT analyst
● Network engineer
● Systems administrator
Computer programmer
● .NET developer
● SAP developer
● Python developer

What professional qualifications you will need

Most employers require applicants to possess a bachelors or masters degree in Computer Science, Engineering or a related subject. A high level of understanding of .Net programmes, along with knowledge of other major object based coding languages, is usually expected. Work experience or internships that provide experience of the practical roles of .Net developer and familiarity with the software and programming languages involved will make you more attractive to recruiters, as will evidence of your ability to work as a team while displaying individual initiative.

How your career can develop

After beginning as a junior developer you may be promoted to lead developer, overseeing a team of developers. Numerous tech professionals work with .Net applications in a variety of roles, which allows for various paths to career progression. The experience gained as a .Net developer can see you move into such roles as database administrator, business intelligence developer, analytics manager and Big Data architect. .Net applications are increasing throughout multiple sectors around the world, and while many are now on the cloud, many remain situated on-site, allowing for multiple opportunities to work abroad.