— Visual Studio.
— .Net Core
— ASP.NET MVC.
— Oracle or MS-SQL Server, including stored procedure programming.
— AngularJS or Angular
Good understanding of:
— Data structures and algorithms (algorithms complexity).
— Design patterns.
— Ability to analyze complex processes and solve problems.
— Software architecture and modeling skills (UML).
— Good communication skills.
— Speaking level of English.
— Master’s degree in Informatics (or similar).
— German language skills.
— ASP.NET WebForms.
— Team Foundation Server.
— Testing frameworks, Selenium.
— Documentation and project management tools.
— SCRUM (Agile) experience.
— Competitive Salary (regular review).
— Paid sick leave/vacation days (6/15 working days per year).
— Possibility to work from home-office one day a week.
— Excellent conditions for long-term cooperation.
— A cozy office in the heart of the city (Rymarska str).
— Friendly experienced team and nice environment.
— English speaking club, German lessons, and other educational activities.
— Board games, parties, team buildings and corporate events.
— Delicious coffee / tea / biscuits / fruit / milk in the office.
*Potentially possible short business-trips to Germany.
Software development in C# (MS Visual Studio) according to agile development principles (SCRUM, iteration meetings, etc.). Though the team is distributed between 2 locations (Munich and Kharkiv), we are working very tight together (common repository, meetings, common development and architecture guidelines, etc.). You will be involved in backend development.
We are building a completely new system from scratch. It makes use of many modern technologies like ASP.NET Core, Telerik Controls, Angular, Entity Framework, Oracle DB. Moreover, many backend components involve interesting, nontrivial business logic (task scheduling, large data imports, Excel processing, custom validation rules, etc.). You will work in a strong team.
Our company CGF AG (Frankfurt/Main, Germany) is looking for a currently running project (customer: BMW AG) for a Software Developer.
CGF AG is a german company which provides IT consulting and software development services to numerous clients (mostly large german companies). The most important customer is currently BMW AG in Munich.
In the current project we are developing a new IT Asset Management system for BMW AG — a database-based (Oracle) web application for managing hardware inventory information. The system allows to register and manage all hardware devices (PCs, laptops, servers, printers, phones, production machines, etc.) used by BMW employees all over the world. Besides of the rich user interface, the system communicates to multiple other systems and applies complex validation rules to ensure the inventory data is correct and up-to-date.