Individual Letters. Writing an Email to the C# Developer.

  1. Experience with ASP.NET (MVC/WebAPI/Core)
  2. Experience with Entity Framework
  3. The ability to write unit tests (nUnit)
  4. An understanding of OOP concepts and design patterns
  5. The ability to work with TPL (task, async, await,)
  6. The Ability to work with version control systems (git)
  7. Experience in opensource projects (advantage)
  1. Experience

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