C#/IoT Software Engineer
This is a great opportunity to join a leading provider of high-speed processing technology. They supply clients around the world developing state-of-the-art technologies, optimising customers' production flow, and helping to deliver consistent high-quality output.
They produce industry leading processing equipment that utilises a broad range of sensor technologies coupled with real-time image processing technology that uses both embedded and PC-based architectures. Their Machine Intelligence team leverages new and existing data to improve products and offer new insights to their customers. They are currently seeking a C#/IoT software engineer to join the team developing cloud-based solutions that will help customers to optimise their businesses. The C#/IoT software engineer will design, develop, and maintain software to harvest data from our machines as well as perform data processing and analysis in the cloud.
The role involves the design and development of C# software solutions on the Microsoft Azure (IoT) platform creating reliable, robust, and verifiable solutions that are easily maintained. You enjoy developing solutions with a professional ‘quality first’ mindset and your have worked in an agile development environment. You have the ability to communicate and coordinate with key stakeholders (both internal and external), Support software field test and validation and can drive improvement and best practises in software development
In order to take full advantage of this opportunity you should have three to five years’ experience developing with C#/.NET developing MS Azure-based applications. You have proven ability monitoring, debugging and diagnose application running in Azure environment and knowledge/experience of Microsoft Azure IoT specific concepts and technologies. Experience with microservices architectures and containerisation would be great as would developing automated tests within a TDD or BDD framework. Experience with .NET technologies such MSTest, NUnit, xUnit or SpecFlow would be very useful as would working with front-end HTML5/web application development.