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OS WebSolutions is a Netherlands based company that specializes in custom software development for its customers. Next to that we are actively developing our own products targeting small business and enterprise clients.

To expand our activities we are looking to build relationships with freelance software developers who can take on various projects. At the moment we have several projects available, send your resume and we’ll be able to discuss rates and the details of the project.

For more information check our website for freelancers Here you will find more information on our work methods and the kind of projects you can expect.

Our company is Netherlands based, so the method of work is remote work.

We are looking for developers with the following skills:

Knowledge of C# and OOP
Experience with developing web applications using ASP.Net Web Forms or ASP.Net MVC. Knowledge of classic ASP is a pre.
Designing and developing databases.
Experience with XHTML / CSS / JavaScript (JQuery knowledge is a pre)
Good Knowledge of english
Experience with unit testing is a pre

To create an efficient and organized workspace for our developers we are utilizing unit testing, continuous integration, automated deployments and source control.

During the project you can expect the following tasks:

Design application architecture for portions of a larger project
Develop data entry applications using mvc and C#
Write unit tests and browser automation tests
Design databases and data access layers
Implement front-end elements with jquery, javascript and ajax

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  1. Григорій Шклярук
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    I'm last two year working with ASP.NET MVC. If my candidature interesting, please write me.

    Ukraine Kyiv | 18 June 2012 |

Project published
18 June 2012