Job: C# ASP.NET Development in Glasgow (multiple positions available)

We have received the following job posting from Barclays

Barclays, Glasgow have a number of C# ASP.Net Development roles available and we are now recruiting:

About the role

The role holder will work within the Technology team, taking business requirements and translating them into technical and functional designs. Producing and maintaining application code and providing support to testing cycles ensuring that defects are resolved. They will also support the development of future systems strategy and technology plans for Barclays and ensure that the Barclays group software standards are maintained and adhered to in all proposed solutions.

The successful candidate will also spend a smaller percentage of their time providing support for applications supported by the development team.

About you

The role holder will be able to demonstrate competence with the following technologies:  C#, WPF, ASP.NET2, .NET (2.0-4), SQL Server 2008.  It is highly advantageous to have experience in WIX, Visual Basic (VB6), COM/COM+, SOAP or JavaScript.

A strong analytical mind and an understanding of the financial services environment are advantageous.

Please send your CV and salary expectations to Marc Crichton, Direct Technical Resource at Barclays, Glasgow, marc.x.crichton@barclays.com

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Scott Hansleman – Scotland Tour

Scottish Developers in partnership with Aberdeen .NET Developers User Group are proud to announce that Microsoft’s very own Scott Hanselman, a Principal Program Manager and highly-active community developer, will be speaking at 4 events across Scotland in July. Scott will be speaking in Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen and Glasgow between the 9th and 13th of July.

All of the talks are free however we do request that you register if you wish to attend so we can ensure we avoid any issues with capacity at the venues.

Monday 9th July, Edinburgh

Mobile Web

Mobile traffic on the web is exploding. Are you ready? ASP.NET MVC 4 includes new mobile-friendly templates, a focus on responsive design as well as dedicated mobile templates that leverage jQuery and jQuery mobile.

Scott Hanselman will show you what you can do today and tomorrow to make your site friendly on a mobile device. When should your mobile site become a mobile application? Should you use CSS3 media queries, or go “all in” and use jQuery mobile or another mobile framework?

Tuesday 10th July, Dundee

InfoOverload

As developers, we are asked to absorb even more information than ever before. More APIs, more documentation, more patterns, more layers of abstraction. Now Twitter and Facebook compete with Email and Texts for our attention, keeping us up-to-date on our friends dietary details and movie attendance second-by-second.

Does all this information take a toll on your psyche or sharpen the saw? Is it a matter of finding the right tools and filters to capture what you need, or do you just need to unplug. Is ZEB (zero email bounce) a myth or are there substantive techniques for prioritizing your live as a developer?

Join Scott Hanselman as we explore this topic…perhaps we’ll crowd-source the answers!

Thursday 12th July, Aberdeen AND Friday 13th July, Glasgow

One ASP.NET (super everything talk)

It’s an exciting time for ASP.NET and Open Source.

What does the next version of Visual Studio and ASP.NET bring to the world of web development? How will you use HTML5, CSS3 and new advances in JavaScript with ASP.NET? There’s new advances in ASP.NET with the addition of realtime (Signalr), new features in WebForms as well as support for mobile. How will it all snap together in a way that makes sense?

Join Scott Hanselman as he shares some internal documents and exciting surprises about the future of ASP.NET. What about Azure? We’ll talk about the world’s most misunderstood cloud and what it means for developers of all flavors and persuasions.

Scottish Developers would like to thank Gary Park of Aberdeen .NET Developers User Group for working with Scott to make these events possible.


Sponsors

This event would not be possible without the generosity of our sponsors, Microsoft and Enigma People Solutions.

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Job: .NET Web Developer in Glasgow (C# / SQL Server/ CSS/ JQuery)

Frame Digital is currently looking for a .NET ninja to join their team.

Web Developer (C# / SQL Server/ CSS/ JQuery)

Frame Digital is recruiting for a graduate web developer.  You’ll be joining a small team of experienced digital experts working on the development of new projects and maintenance of existing online applications. You must be self-motivated and able to work on your own initiative. In return, you’ll have scope to put your own stamp on projects and make a real impact on the growth of the business.

The successful Web Developer / Software Graduate will take on a hands-on and varied role, gaining all round web development experience on content management systems. You will be working with backend technologies including .NET/C# and SQL Server while delivering web front-ends using the latest working practices in HTML, CSS and JavaScript/JQuery in a dynamic and fast moving development environment.

This is a fantastic learning opportunity for the right candidate who is looking for a role where they can learn and develop on the job.

Skills required for the successful candidate are

  • Web Development experience gained either commercially or through academic studies during a final year project or placement using ASP.NET and Winforms (candidates will be expect to be able to demonstrate this at interview)
  • Experience working with Microsoft technologies, Visual Studio 2010, SQL Server 2008 and C#
  • Strong understanding of HTML, CSS and javascript
  • Must be proficient  with Photoshop and able to deliver complex HTML layouts from source Photoshop files
  • Enjoys problem solving and has an analytical and logical mind
  • A genuine interest and aptitude for web development
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with an ability to work well within a team and under their own initiative
  • To be self-motivated and have a strong ability to learn new skills quickly

Candidates will benefit if they have the following skills

  • Experience working within content managed environments (such as Umbraco, WordPress, Drupal etc) will be of particular interest
  • Experience developing frontend UIs using jQuery
  • Knowledge of the project life cycle from initial specification through to test and implementation
  • Awareness of waterfall and agile methodologies
  • Ability to demonstrate existing websites which they were involved in the development process.
  • Our primary development platform is .NET, but candidates that also have any knowledge of PHP would be advantageous.
  • Knowledge of version control systems

Our projects range from small website development to complex online applications for a range of B2B and B2C clients, brands and charities. For example:

Competitive introductory salary available with benefits package including private healthcare.

How to apply
More information is available at http://bit.ly/KH7jCa.

Alternatively please email your CV to darren.james@framecreates.co.uk  including any relevant experience. Any online examples would be particularly beneficial.

Jobs in Edinburgh C# & ASP.NET

This just in about two jobs based in Edinburgh:

We are looking for experienced developers fluent with Microsoft development stack to accelerate the progress of our application. We use the latest in development technologies and will further look to engage in development of mobile and social interfaces. You will be part of the team who develop our front end application as well as its complex framework, middleware and supporting systems. These team roles will involve extensive collaboration with the product manager and the rest of the business, and with an opportunity to contribute to all stages in the development process.

These focused development roles provide a fantastic opportunity to get involved in a broad range of technologies including Cloud deployment, as well as mobile and social network systems.

  • Candidates must have a deep understanding of application design, development, layout and presentation
  • 3+ years’ experience of .Net development, .NET web services and .Net principles and architectures including the concepts, designs and usage of software components, deployments and packages
  • Demonstrable experience developing C# applications
  • Strong communications skills
  • The ability to work independently but also collaborate with the team members

For continued development of the front end web application:

  • Asp.Net 4.0 C#ASP.Net Web controls
  • HTML, CSS (2.1 /3)
  • Ajax and JQuery
  • Azure Deployment  (experience highly desirable)

To aid the backend development and continued service integration:

  • C# 4.0
  • Windows Services and threading models
  • Windows Communications Framework
  • Entity Framework
  • Azure Services Platform i.e. Service Bus, Cache, Storage etc. (experience highly desirable)

Please send applications clearly stating which role you are applying for to jobs@miicard.com

Job: C# developer in Glasgow

Just got wind of this job in Glasgow at Restaurant Diary:

£35,000 – £40,000 depending on experience

Restaurant Diary (global, software as a service restaurant reservation solution / web application) with recent major investment from the fastest growing company on the web is looking for an experienced .Net developer to be based in Glasgow, UK, helping to develop further our world class Reservation and table management software for restaurants.

Essential Skills

  • C#
  • ASP.NET
  • SQL Server 2005/2008
  • HTML, Javascript, jQuery, CSS (experience of and desire to work with HTML5 would be a definite advantage)
  • Subversion
  • Visual Studio 2010

Desirable Skills

  • WCF Web Services
  • Some Mobile Development Experience

Please let us know your salary expectations

You can apply on their site by filling in this form.

Job: ASP.NET App Dev in Stirling

This is an ideal opportunity for anyone that wants a software development position on a part-time basis.

We are looking for an experienced developer with the following skillset.

  • Innovative and flexible
  • Strong object orientated design modelling approach
  • Ability to decompose requirements into architectural components and business objects
  • Positive and proactive attitude

Specialties

  • ASP.NET
  • SQL Server
  • RDBMS database design
  • Object Orientated Analysis and Design
  • SourceSafe
  • IIS
  • XML
  • JavaScript
  • JQuery
  • JSON
  • CSS

Our requirement will initially be up to 20 hours per week and as such may be better suited to a freelance developer who is able to grow quickly with our business over the next 12 months.

Interested parties should email alan in the first instance.

More information about the company can be found here: http://www.pracius.com/

Job: immediate start, Fife – .NET 4, VB.NET / WebForms – Go live opportunity!

Originally posted by Craig Murphy – http://www.craigmurphy.com/blog/?p=1860

Via Twitter, I have been made aware of a software development opening with a firm in Fife. They have been working on an application that is very close to completion and thus go live. They are seeking a VB.NET / WebForms developer to take this .NET 4 project through to completion. This is a great opportunity to establish a relationship with an exciting and growing company.

If you have immediate availability (and are ideally based in Fife!), please get in touch with either Phil via Twitter or myself (my e-mail address is at the top right hand side of this page) and we’ll put you in touch!

Actual (real) developers only please, no agencies.