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Mandatory skills the person must be STRONG in each discipline and will have to explain in detail
Minimum 5 years of experience in C#/ASP.NET
Minimum 3 years working with JSON/XML and RESTful APIs in a production environment.
Using ASP.NET Web API to develop web services.
Solid understanding of object-oriented programming techniques (Inheritance, interfaces, extensions, etc.).
Experienced in writing test cases and performing unit testing/functional testing.
Used DevOps and CI/CD in previous work experience.
Developed software in SCRUM environment using Agile methodologies.
Solid understanding of async/await and the TPL library.
Involved in SDLC process.

Passion for programming in general, rather than a specific language
Ability to learn new, emerging technologies
You have a solid general understanding of application components, what happens on the front end, what happens on the back end.
Youre a professional. That means you follow through on commitments, meet deadlines, dont cut corners, consider other peoples ideas, play nice with the team, learn from your mistakes, document things and communicate honestly and proactively if you anticipate an issue doing any of the above
Ability to effectively work on multiple projects simultaneously and effectively contend with competing priorities
Possess strong troubleshooting, code optimization and refactoring skills

Nice to haves
Familiarity and experience with Healthcare / PBM domain 
Multi-threaded programming experience in both procedural and functional paradigms 
Interest in writing superior code or best practices in development / coding 


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