DevOps Programmer

Job Description

Currently have an opening for an Azure DevOps Engineer with a focus on new development and enhancements of Azure functions.
Essential Functions
  • Work with IT Architecture staff, and IT Managers to design solutions that meet the agency’s requirements
  • Assist in analysis of the solution design’s business case.
  • Write, review, and develop applications, application source code using the departments standards.
  • Create detailed test designs and test plans;
  • Create and reviews test data for performing test scenarios; execution of unit and system test scripts, debugging efforts and defect tracking, support of user acceptance testing, and software implementation and deployment tasks

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, engineering, or related field
  • Experience working on azure projects and well versed with deploying code using Azure pipelines.
  • Functional knowledge of working Azure Functions and Cosmos DB
  • Technical experience in the following areas:
    • 2+ years experience with Git source code repository 
    • 2+ years experience with Azure App Service 
    • NET Framework (4.5.2 and higher), .net core 2.2 and higher
    • Visual Studio (2017/2019)
    • SQL Server 2016
    • Asp.net MVC 5, MVC Core
    • Entity Framework 6.2 including LINQ to SQL, Entity framework core
    • Kendo UI Controls for ASP.NET MVC
    • Java Script, jQuery and CSS 3.0
    • C# 7.0 and higher WCF/Web API
    • Visual Studio Unit Testing
    • Azure DevOps
    • Build and release using DevOps pipelines
    • Azure Functions 
    • Cosmos DB
    • Azure blob storage
    • YMAL
  • Excellent judgment, analytical thinking, and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent communication and documentation skills

Azure DevOps Programmer - 21120



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