#14220 | 2019-07-09 Copenhagen, Denmark

C# .NET Microservices developers/architects

Project Context:
To move away from a monolitic appliction by replacing current functionalities with microservices.

A team of about 20 guys will work with 5 back-end developers and will also collaborate with front-end developers.

Project Purpose:
  • To speed up moving away from monolitic application - Make sure that the client builds a good fundament for building microservices in the future
  • Get help for setting standards
  • Lift up the technical skills of the 5 back-end developers in the squad

  • C#, .NET Core
  • High code quality
  • Use SOLID principles
  • High technical level in designing and developing - MicroServices
  • Good in testing
  • Must be able to quickly get into our data models and business domain
  • Willing to lift up the rest of the team
  • Agile mindset

Is used to TDD
Knowledge/experience in Docker
Knowledge/experience in Kubernetes

Plus Plus:
Is used to DDD
Knowledge in designing MicroServices overall architecture

Start: soonest possible
Duration: 6 months
Work location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Requirements: minimum 5 years of IT project experience
Job type: Freelance

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