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We, at Turing, are looking for talented remote full-stack .NET/Go engineers who will be responsible for developing high-end software applications from scratch, configure existing systems and provide user support using Go language. Get an excellent opportunity to collaborate closely with the best minds while working at top U.S. firms.

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Job responsibilities

  • Write clean, scalable, robust, efficient, and easily maintainable code
  • Translate software requirements into stable, working, high-performance applications
  • Keep abreast with the terminology, concepts and best practices for coding
  • Participate in architectural and design decisions
  • Contribute in developing technical interfaces, specifications, and architecture
  • Create and test software prototypes
  • Use and adapt existing web applications
  • Coordinate with other stakeholders to design, develop, test, release and improve delivery

Minimum requirements

  • Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science (or equivalent experience)
  • At least 3+ years of proven experience as a .NET Developer (rare exceptions for highly skilled developers)
  • Strong knowledge of ASP.NET framework, SQL Server and design/architectural patterns
  • Hands-on expertise in Go programming language and common Go routine and channel patterns
  • Knowledge of at least one of the .NET languages like C#, VB.NET etc. HTML5/CSS3
  • Proficiency with CI/CD systems including Jenkins, TeamCity, GoCD, Concourse, etc.
  • Fluency in English language for effective communication
  • Ability to work full-time (40 hours/week) with a 4 hour overlap with US time zones

Preferred skills

  • Familiarity with architecture styles/APIs including REST, RPC
  • Good understanding of microservices and its implementation
  • Working experience with SQL/NoSQL databases and the knowledge of writing complex queries
  • Good understanding of containerization technologies like Docker, RKT, Kubernetes, etc.
  • Basic understanding of AWS/Google Cloud
  • Working experience in Agile/SCRUM environment
  • Great critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills

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How to become a remote fullstack .NET/Go engineer ?

A full-stack developer is a programmer capable of owning the development of both client and server-side processes. They contribute to almost every stage of software development projects including front-end design, backend development, database integrations, server deployment, API development, and conducting code reviews. Based on the current defining trends, full-stack developers with thorough experience of working with .NET are considered as high-value talent. Using languages like .NET, developers can easily translate business requirements/client specifications into code and build efficient digital solutions. FOr which, tech firms around the world look to hire full-stack developers specializing in .NET development.

Along with .NET, Go is another programming language globally used by full-stack developers. Compared to .NET, Go is quite a new language but has quickly become a go-to choice for a majority of developers. It is a statically typed and compiled language released by Google with similarities in the syntax to that of C. It also adds features like memory safety, garbage collection, structural typing, and CSP-style concurrency. Golang over the years has not only been able to build a reputation of reliability but also has become a preferred technology for full-stack development. The languages offer several features that are beneficial for full-stack projects.

With an increasing dependency on full-stack developers and processes, companies are always trying to bring in the best developers of the lot. Professionals capable of driving full-stack development projects using modern languages like Go and .NET. Most organizations look to try to hire fullstack .NET/Go engineers with a thorough understanding of various niches. Ability to comprehend specifications and address business requirements gives companies a lot of advantage. For which, hiring the best full-stack development specialists with the expertise of working with .NET and Golang has become high-priority tasks.

What is the scope in fullstack .NET/Go development?

Based on the current trends, digital sales funnels and on-demand services are set to define development strategies. Languages like .NET and Golang have managed to redefine several development processes. Also with the slow shift towards a full-stack development model, such languages have become even more important. Almost every organization looking to set up new or scale existing digital platforms look to hire Full-stack .NET/Go developers to drive projects.

In the present software development industry, Golang and .NET are two of the most widely used programming languages. Both can serve the purpose of working as the core technology of full-stack development projects. Golang is well known for its features and support for faster program execution. The language offers a comprehensive toolkit for building scalable applications along with deep developer community support. Whereas .NET is considered as one of the most reliable languages for object-oriented programming and support for cross-platform development. Based on such benefits and the ability to implement third-party resources, both are in-demand skills for full-stack development.

So, for developers trying to build a career based on full-stack development, the ability to utilize Golang and .NET will be vital. Keep building up your skills of using the language and develop unique ideas for enterprise-level solutions.

What are the responsibilities and roles of fullstack .NET/Go engineers?

The daily responsibilities of full-stack .NET/Go engineers mostly revolve around contributing to different aspects of end-to-end development. When working as a full stack developer you should be able to develop new ideas and build modern applications using the latest technologies. You may also need to rework existing codes and provide technical support for Golang. As a full-stack developer, you would also need to optimize cross-functional functionalities. Developing a sound strategy for projects in the pipeline will also be a recurring task to maintain scheduled progress. As a full-stack expert you also need to invest time in troubleshooting and debugging errors.

  • Script clean, easy-to-scale, robust, efficient, and easily maintainable code
  • Understand project specifications and build stable, productive, high-performance applications
  • Stay updated with evolving terminology, concepts and best practices
  • Contribute in making key architectural and designing decisions
  • Assist to build technical interfaces, specifications, and architecture
  • Build and test application prototypes
  • Utilize or modify existing web applications to meet changing needs
  • Collaborate with various stakeholders to design, develop, test, release and improve delivery

How to become a fullstack .NET/Go engineer?

Fullstack development using .NET and Golang are in-demand skills in the present software industry. Developers with expertise in such skills build a successful career and contribute to large-scale projects. But to find success in roles demanding full stack development knowledge specializing in .NET and Golang you will need to possess a certain set of technical skills. Start gaining knowledge of modern approaches like containerization and cloud computing. As a Clojure developer, you should have a strong base of knowledge in utilizing modern cloud services to build accessible and secure applications. Revisiting the basics and advanced development techniques of both .NET and Golang would also be helpful.

A degree in computer science or related fields should also help you to get hired. You should also consider staying updated with the latest developments in fullstack to meet expectations. Knowledge of user preferences and exiting business hurdles across industries should also help to get hired quickly. The next section should help you gain an in-depth understanding of the basic skills required to become a fullstack .NET/Go engineer.

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Skills required to become a fullstack .NET/Go engineer

To take a career in software development to the next level working as a full-stack .NET/GO developer, you should possess expertise in certain domains. Try to brush up on the listed traits to give yourself the best chance.

1. SQL & NoSQL

One of the primary skills required to become a successful full-stack developer is knowledge of SQL/NoSQL database technologies. Used by developers globally, these are often considered core technical skills for the modern industry. SQL is a language used to build connections with relational databases. These model data as entries in a tabular format to develop logical links. Where NoSQL works as a class of DBMs that are non-relational and generally do not use SQL. Both support development in different niches and are in-demand skills in the current industry. For which, a deep understanding of the technologies will help you to find better opportunities as a full-stack developer.

2. AWS/Google Cloud

Today almost every software and web development process utilizes cloud services in some capacity. A modern alternative of legacy hosting and data storage solutions, the ability to configure, scale, and maintain cloud services is essential. Developers do not only need to possess familiarity with such technologies but rather deep understanding would be more helpful. Currently there are several options available but AWS and Google Cloud are two of the most popular options. Cloud services do not only allow organizations to part with expensive in-house hosting expenses but also devise more cost-effective development strategies.

3. Containerization technologies

Containerization technologies have quickly become a mainstay in the software development industry. It works as a form of virtualization where different applications run on individual and isolated spaces referred to as containers. Modern software development processes heavily rely on container based solutions as it helps to utilize servers with superior efficiency. Based on the benefits of working with the technology, tech firms around the world actively try to bring in experts capable of owning related processes. As a full stack developer, you should possess a thorough understanding of technologies Docker, RKT, Kubernetes, and simpler alternatives. Experience of working with such technologies will also allow you to secure the best opportunities for growth.

4. Microservices

Microservices is a variant of architectural design used for developing distributed applications utilizing containers. The name Microservices is based on the fact that every function of such applications works as an independent service. This allows developers to scale or update each service without affecting other services in the application. Working with Microservices also offers several benefits to developers. It allows multiple developers to work together on independent services. It helps to not only adapt based on circumstances but also pivot if required. Using microservices architecture, developers can also speed up development processes using more reusable codes. Based on mentioned benefits and others, companies seek top full stack .NET/Go developers with thorough knowledge of microservices.

5. Version control systems

Most software development projects today are managed using small modules of code. Presently developers prefer working with modules of code that can be easily modified, scaled, and even deactivated without affecting the entire program. This has greatly influenced how developers manage development processes using versioning tools. These allow a developer to always stay updated about codes in-use to judge performance and quickly diagnose problems. Developers can also use version control systems to switch back to a stable version of code in case of major errors. For which, organizations prefer to bring in full-stack developers with experience of working with version controllers.

6. Communication skills

To be successful in today's software development industry, being a technical wizard will only help to attain a certain level of success. In the present scenario, the ability to communicate and contribute to key decisions holds a lot of importance. Developers need to possess confidence and fluency in the necessary language to contribute effectively. Interacting and communicating with various teams and stakeholders sound to be a daily responsibility for most developers. Interpersonal skills have become even more important with remote positions becoming increasingly popular. For which it is essential for every full-stack .NET/Go developer to be a confident communicator.

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How to get hired as a remote full-stack .NET/Go developer?

Most large and rapidly scaling corporations prefer to work with experienced developers with knowledge of business requirements of various niches. Companies look for developers showing an urge to create better solutions utilizing modern tools and technologies. Along with knowledge of essentials like .NET and Golang doe full-stack development, programmer are also expected to possess an understanding of related technologies, tools, and user-preferences. So keep building up your tech stack in order to secure the best full-stack .NET/Go engineering opportunities.

Turing has quickly become a premier platform for taking careers forward working as a remote full-stack .NET/Go developer. We provide developers opportunities to work on era-defining projects and business problems using state of the art technologies. Join the fastest growing network of the top developers around the globe to get hired as a full-time and long-term remote full-stack .NET/Godeveloper with the best pay packages.

Why become a full-stack .NET/Go developer at Turing?

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Join a worldwide community of elite software developers.

Once you join Turing, you’ll never have to apply for another job.
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Turing's commitments are long-term and full-time. As one project draws to a close, our team gets to work identifying the next one for you in a matter of weeks.

Work from the comfort of your home
Work from the comfort of your home

Turing allows you to work according to your convenience. We have flexible working hours and you can work for top US firms from the comfort of your home.

Great compensation
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Working with top US corporations, Turing developers make more than the standard market pay in most nations.

How much does Turing pay their full-stack .NET/Go developers?

Every full-stack .NET/Go developer at Turing can set their own pricing. Turing, on the other hand, will recommend a salary to the full-stack .NET/Go developer for which we are confident of finding a fruitful and long-term opportunity for you. Our salary recommendations are based on an analysis of market conditions as well as customer demand.

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