Full Stack Developer at (Mumbai, India) (Mumbai, India)

Posted: Oct 18, 2020

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3. Role- Full Stack Developer (Exp: 4-5yrs)

Location- Mumbai

Job Responsibilities:

Working with the core team to understand needs and wants and provide appropriate timelines with the guidance of the senior technical staff

Delivering a complete application

Ensuring high performance on mobile and desktop

Work in iterative cycles

Writing tested, idiomatic, and documented JavaScript, HTML and CSS

Coordinating your workflow with the graphic designer, business analyst

Building the RESTful API

Identify problem areas in code and suggest solutions on how to tackle, then tackle the same with collaboration with relevant technical teams (or outsourced agency)

Assist in evaluating technology choices and rapidly test solutions

Develop scalable systems with performance and security in mind

Develop creative solutions that are maintainable, scalable and super-fast

Help identify and solve frontend web development issues experienced by customers

Collaborate closely with team members in an agile environment

Continuous testing and review of built functionality to ensure ongoing stability

Basic server monitoring and troubleshooting

Qualification & Experience:

Full-Stack Developer - PHP & .NET - Mandatory Skills

ASP.NET, C#, VB, JavaScript, WebAPI, HTML 5, jQuery - Mandatory Skills

Some experience with Bootstrap or similar responsive framework

Professional, precise communication skills

Knowledge of Angular2, 4 or another MV* framework such as Backbone.js, Dojo, Ember.js,

Knockout, React, Vue.js, NodeJS, Ractive.JS, KnockbackJS or similar. Experience creating code that is E2E and unit testable.

Thorough understanding of the responsibilities of the platform, database, API, caching layer, proxies, and other web services used in the system

Writing non-blocking code, and resorting to advanced techniques such as multi-threading, when needed

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