A visual basic .NET developer position can be quite a taxing position, but with such difficulty can come a high level of job satisfaction. A visual basic .NET developer can have many concurrent responsibilities and can often work overtime. This is usually a merit-based position. How quickly and efficiently one works will be readily apparent and will dictate how many hours are required. Visual basic .NET developers can expect to work in different fields of technological studies. One moment a visual basic .NET developer might be working on a web application, and the next moment they may be asked their opinion on a mobile application. Versatility is a key trait in a visual basic .NET developer. A visual basic .NET developer is responsible for knowing how to create large-scale applications and implementing them in a timely manner.
This is a mainly mental activity that will almost always be performed indoors. A visual basic .NET developer may have to interact with clients, depending on the company, but the developer will at least interact with supervisors who will always have ever-changing project requirements.
A typical visual basic .NET developer will be required to have a bachelor's degree in computer science or related field or have experience equivalent to such a degree. A typical work week would most likely see a developer working well over 40 hours a week including weekends. A visual basic .NET developer is also required to keep up with all relevant developments in their realm of expertise.
Visual Basic .NET Developer Tasks
Write code to create single-threaded or user interface event driven applications, either stand-alone and those which access servers or services.
Use source debuggers and visual development environments.
Test and document software for client applications.
Write, modify, and debug software for client applications.