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Wannabe Geek

#225920 11-Dec-2017 14:54
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We are looking for a .NET developer with at least 3 years experience. 


Skills Required


  • MVC
  • SQL Server

The company has a custom-built online dashboard where we can keep track of inventory on hand, the inventory our customers have, customer accounts etc, but also provides the CMS area for updating our website with stock details, information pages and has an account area where our customers can log in and check and update their details, see their placed orders, etc.


We don’t fully understand the language so are unsure how the system has been coded.  It would be great if you could meet with us to look over the current code to see if you could work with it or get opinions on how they make a system that we could use and go from there on either a full time or contracting position.


If interested please get in touch with a CV / Portfolio of past work.



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Ultimate Geek


  #1916825 11-Dec-2017 15:38
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Where in New Zealand are you?


If you can't read / understand the code, how to you know it is .NET?



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Wannabe Geek

  #1916829 11-Dec-2017 15:42
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We are in Auckland.


We have had a couple guys working on it over in the UK so we know what languages they are using. We also had 1 developer look at it in Auckland and has clarified to me what languages would be needed going forward.



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Wannabe Geek

  #1917071 12-Dec-2017 01:35



I would like to express my interest. I am from Christchurch.


But I am confused with the conflicting statement on your first post to your reply for a question following that.


That is not a problem anyway.


So how do I submit my CV?



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Wannabe Geek

  #1919055 13-Dec-2017 14:22
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Yea, I see how that was confusing. I was just saying that we had someone look at the code and told us how it was built. 


If you are interested, flick me an email at



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