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- Sound commercial experience developing in Microsoft technologies and products
- Expert knowledge and experience in of JS development, libraries and frameworks (React & Angular)
- Experience developing C# and .Net framework and Umbraco CMS
- Strong JS development experience
- Git, CI/CD experience
- Experience developing for mobile first / responsive (both Android and iOS)
- Experience within Azure, NPM, Webpack, LESS, Sass are very advantageous
- Confident working with back end and full stack team members to create integrated solutions
- Experience or knowledge in developing API’s
- Worked within an Agile environment
- Ability to understand technology regardless of platform
- A confident person who can voice their ideas, potential options /solutions and contribute to healthy discussion
- Tertiary - degree in Computer Science, Mathematics or Engineering (preferred)
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- Passionate about new technology, innovate and a passion for R&D
- Likes to get stuck in and values quality and efficiency
- Pragmatic and able to adapt to a dynamic environment that is growing fast
- Great communication skills
- Collaborative mind
- Busy, growing, award-winning and dynamic workplace
- Auckland CBD fringe location
- Plenty of room for growth and mentoring
- R&D / Innovative oriented organisation
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I don’t get it. What’s the passing of the years got to do with the offer, is the kid a South African?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Qt0SUvIaXE what a blatant rip.
I don’t get it. Where’s the white can?
I saw this last night and it's terrible. Encouraging kiwis to bet against the ABs is so counter to the spirit of NZ in the lead up to the cup.
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