Lead C# .NET Developer

I’m currently working with a well funded start-up who are going through a period of explosive growth. They are seeking engineers who are not only keen to learn but to also own a stake in the direction of the company. Currently they offer a data driven platform that has empowered the decision making of Global brands and banks, You will have exposure to the likes of C#, .NET Core, Angular, Node, React,Hadoop, AWS and many other new technologies. The Candidate Knowledge, Skills & Experience Has a track record of working independently as well as in a team and leading software development projects. Ability to quickly grasp business requirements and communicate them internally Excellent SQL Server Data queries and processing skills; experience in working with large volumes of data. Good knowledge of test-driven development. Ability to deliver software that is stable, meets business requirements and with close to 100% automated test coverage. Excellent knowledge of C#.Net, Java script, knowledge of Angular. Knowledge of cloud computing, blob storage etc. Experience in mobile android development is a bonus. Attitudes Can do attitude with affinity for innovation. Desire to learn new skills – we are continuously seeking advantages of the bleeding edge technologi ...

February 28th, 2017|

Senior Java Developer

Java Developer ( Java / J2EE / Spring / Hibernate / Javascript / jQuery / JSP / MySQL / Agile ) needed urgently for one of the UK's most recognized tech companies rapidly expanding Agile Java/J2EE Delivery Team working with cutting edge technologies to build a market leading eCommerce platform. Java Developers who are passionate and enthusiastic individuals with a pro-active attitude towards their up-skill onto the Java based Commerce platform is the soft-skill requirement and interaction with the end client may also be integrated into your day to day responsibilities so being professional and articulate are highly desirable. The successful Java Developer with have a passion to learn new technologies within the Digital Commerce domain, as well as being competent with the fundamental foundation technologies required, please see below: • Core Java / J2EE / Servlets (Scala Knowledge will be a big bonus) • Knowledge of an MVC framework ( Spring / Struts ) • Frontend knowledge ( Angular.JS / jQuery / Javascript / JSP / JSTL ) • ORM tools ( Hibernate / JPA / iBatis / MyBatis ) • Database knowledge ( SQL / Oracle / DB2 / MongoDB ) • Knowledge of Agile development methodologies ( Scrum / Kanban / TDD ) • Innovative problem solving ability The selected Java Developer will receive on the job mentoring from the Architects & Technical Team Lead around t ...

February 28th, 2017|

Direct Wines rolls out customer prediction tech

Direct Wines has implemented new technology from US software firm Infor in order to better predict customer demand. The wine retailer has implemented Infor Retail Demand Management to help it better understand customer segments and ultimately drive hig...

February 28th, 2017|

IoT set for mass retail adoption by 2019

A new global study from Aruba has found that 85 per cent of businesses, including retailers, plan to implement Internet of Things (IoT) technology by 2019, driven by a need for innovation and business efficiency.The study found that 49 per cent of reta...

February 28th, 2017|

PrettyLittleThing benefits from visual search tech

UK fashion brand PrettyLittleThing has seen an eight per cent increase in average order value following the introduction of new technology from online search and merchandising company Fredhopper. Coupled with the increase in average order value, the br...

February 28th, 2017|

Almost a third of UK online orders destined for international customers in January: IMRG

Almost a third of all online orders placed with UK retailers in January were for international delivery, new figures suggest. The IMRG MetaPack UK Delivery Index for January found that while online retail orders rose by 11.3% in January, 32% of all orders were heading out of the UK. Of (more…)

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February 28th, 2017|

IRX 2017 INTERVIEW Ian Plummer of AutoTrader on the digital forecourt of the future

Ahead of this year’s InternetRetailing Expo (IRX 2017) we’re hearing from key speakers at the event. Today we hear from Ian Plummer, director of manufacturer and agency at AutoTrader, on visions of an omnichannel store of the future. Ian previously worked at Volkswagen UK. InternetRetailing: What’s your vision of how (more…)

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February 28th, 2017|

GUEST COMMENT Retailers vs cyber criminals – The battle of wits and risk

The heat is on for retailers. Following an influx of cyber attacks in recent times, they must look to lower their risk in every way possible. An attack can cause lasting reputational damage, and businesses need to make sure they have the right safety net should the worst happen. But (more…)

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February 28th, 2017|

Internet of Things set to see widespread adoption by 2019, with 49% of retailers now using it

Internet of Things (IoT) technology will be widely adopted by 2019, suggests a new international report, which finds that almost half of retailers are now putting it to work in their businesses. Around 49% of the retailers questioned, who hailed from as many as 20 different countries, are using IoT (more…)

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February 28th, 2017|

Meal deals and pints driving contactless payments

Workers grabbing lunch on the go, and paying for drinks at the bar are behind a surge in mobile contactless payments according to the latest spending data from Worldpay. According to Worldpay’s analysis of consumer spending patterns, the total number of contactless transactions where a mobile device was used reached 38 million by the end of 2016 with the total amount spent topping £288 million.

February 28th, 2017|

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