Aspiring senior .NET developers should have at least a bachelor's degree in computer science and five to ten years of relevant experience in the field, including four to five years as an application designer/programmer with a successful track record of producing effective web-based solutions and enterprise-level applications for corporate clients across a range of industries.
Successful senior NET developers must be able to meet all deadlines, work well under pressure and with limited supervision, and multitask on a number of projects at once. Strong written and verbal communication skills are important in this position, as these developers work with multiple levels of project management and interface designers. They must also be able to seamlessly perform unit tests, automation, and code reviews, and they may be called upon to mentor newer associates and share pertinent knowledge.
Senior .NET Developer / Programmer Tasks
Develop features, integrate software and support testing.
Troubleshoot, debug and verify accuracy of code.
Design, code, test and document programs.
Create software, feature, and change control documents.