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C# Software Developer - Coding done right

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    .Net Development

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    £40000 - £50000 per annum + Benefits & Progression

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    Amy Lee

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    7 months ago

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C# Software Developer - Coding done right

C#, .Net, JavaScript, Degree educated

Hampshire based company - Fully remote

Salary: £40,000 - £50,000 + benefits + progression

What's your coding ethos?

  • Best Practice?
  • SOLID Principles?
  • Coding down the right way?

If your answer to the above is: yes, yes and yes - then we want speak with you.

Our client are genuinely thriving, boasting substantial growth across every department and an influx of new projects. They already have a talented team of Software Developers and are looking for another to join the team.

The team you will be joining are very talented when it comes to software engineering best practice, solid principles, design patterns and coding done the right way. The team take a 'no fluff' approach to their development work, know back-end C# inside out and stick to the fundamentals of Software Engineering.

To be considered for this role you will have 3-5 years' experience across Back-End C# Development, and will possess a Degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering or relatable programming courses at 2:1 or 1st level.

Essential Requirements:

  • C# / .Net / .NetCore Programming
  • Demonstratable experience of SOLID principles and best practice software engineering
  • An awareness of JavaScript and frameworks including Angular
  • A degree in Computer Science or similar field of software engineering (2:1 or 1st)


  • Pension (5% employer), Life Insurance, Health Insurance, 25 days Holiday (plus Bank Holidays), Perkbox benefits, training & development, and much more!

Get in touch by applying to this advert or email your CV directly

All candidates applying must be eligible to work in the UK.