WPF Developer


Greater London Contract / 6 months £450 - £451 per day

WPF Developer – West London – 6 month initial contract

I am looking for a WPF Developer for a long term contract based in West London.

You will have experience with the following:

– Strong experience with .Net, C#, MVVM, ASP.net and Web API

– Must have strong WPF experience, XML and silverlight is a nice to have

– Experience with TDD & BDD using specflow

– Working with a .Net development team on shore and offshore

– Working in an agile environment

– Working with acceptance test-driven development (TDD)

– SDLC experience

If you are interested please email your CV.

Job Reference: Wpf/arc/lon

Salary: £450 - £451 per day

Salary per: Day

Job Duration: 6 months

Job Start Date: Asap

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