Fwd: Modis.NET

From: Dan Lyke 
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This may actually have come across here already, I haven't been watching
the Chattanooga job postings too closely, but I know some of y'all can get
through notYET code...

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Standifer, Joshua 
Date: Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 8:16 AM
Subject: Modis.NET
To: "danlyke@flutterby.com" 


Dan,



Thanks for taking my call and offering to pass this info along. Below
you'll find the positions that I currently have open. Thanks again!



*CHOICE DATA: Contract to Hire *

Advanced ASP .Net MVC developer, must at least worked on  ASP .Net MVC
projects 3 years and above.

Excellent knowledge and skills with web development tools in C#,
Javascript, HTML, CSS, JSON, AJAX

Excellent knowledge and skills in LINQ ,  .Net 2.0/3.5/4.0/4.5

Excellent knowledge and skills in SQL Server 2005/2008

Good knowledge and experience in C, C++.

Good knowledge and experience in Java is a plus.

Dependable, team oriented, can take on project/task independently



Primary focus: Web services and SQL Server. Experience with security issues
and database maintenance tasks/plans a huge plus. Experience with
encryption routines and replication required. General Definition
Web/Software Developer requires technically strong candidate with expertise
in enterprise-wide application architectures. Candidate should be well
versed in web applications and Microsoft technologies. This position
additionally requires a wide variety of programming bkground, and a strong
programming discipline and database programming knowledge. This job
requires a team player that will be able to work with or lead other
developers and be involved with new application development and
enhancements to existing applications and also assist with maintenance and
support of issues and bug fixes. This position also requires
adherence/familiarity to project delivery lifecycle steps - requirements,
functional design, coding, unit and system testing, user acceptance and
implementation. Responsibilities * Develop technical designs, using text,
use cases, component, sequence, and class diagrams * Build stable,
flexible, enterprise applications that are maintainable * Demonstrate
knowledge of transaction processing and implementation of object-oriented
environment * Define, design and implement enterprise architectures,
technology standards, good coding practices, and quality standards *
Demonstrate expertise in administration and maintenance of IIS Web sites *
Demonstrate ability to create prototypes * Development of specifications
and estimates for intranet applications * Work with team members and users
to analyze and document business requirements * Foster teamwork and a
spirit of collaboration Skills * Exposure to developing Active Server Pages
and ASP.NET, VB.NET, C#, VB/JavaScript, XML and HTML applications *
exposure to developing web-based, n-tier applications using Microsoft
Transaction Server (MTS), Component Server, SQL Server, and Internet
Information Server (IIS) * Knowledge of database architectures, T-SQL and
stored procedures in MS SQL Server 2000 * Experience in ASP with an
in-depth knowledge of .NET framework * Experience working in data modeling
and ERD tools * Experience in XML Web based services and COM/COM+ *
Experience with Active Reports and SQL Reporting Services * Proven ability
to carry a large development task from concept to completion * A BS in
computer science or equivalent experience * Excellent written and oral
communication skills * Works well in a team environment
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   1.
*TVA: C# ASP.Net Developer Chattanooga, TN *I year contract with the
   possibility of extension *(REMOTE WORK WITH IN OFFICE VISITS POSSIBLE
   OPTION) *

 The contracts could last between 6-18 months and there is the potential
for converting to a full time employee. TVA is a well-respected employer
within our market!  *The right fit is key!*

-          .NET experience - Specifically, ASP.Net
-          Web page development experience

o        JavaScript
o        JQuery
o        CSS
o        HTML

-          SQL Server knowledge, 200/2005/2008

-          We are also looking for someone with the right attitude to come
in and be excited to solve problems.  We want people who are eager and able
to troubleshoot and look for ways to improve existing systems

Analyzes business or scientific system delivery specifications or purchased
software and develops the technical design. Develops and tests the
application software and implements it for use in a configuration managed
environment. Acts as a source of direction, training, and guidance for less
experienced Analysts. Position leads development efforts for complex and
technical systems. Requires advanced knowledge of Information Technology
and someone who serves as a technical expert. Must be able and willing to
assume on-call rotational assignments which may include 24 hour on 7-day
per week availability. Additionally must be willing and able to travel to
carry out project work.

Development of the technical design includes:
* Establish and design technical framework for system
* Design System components including user interfaces
* Design data conversion requirements
* Define operational requirements including scheduling, capacity planning
and resource requirements
* Define test environment including development of test cases

Responsible for the development and testing which includes:
* Generation of executable code based on accepted programming standards
* Unit testing of executable code
* Integration testing of executable code
* Develop operational procedures
* Follows change control procedures and quality assurance standards
* Verification that system meets all business requirements, including
reliability and process volumes
* Receive approval from user that system is ready for production and
prepares associated documents for production release

Job Modifier
Utilizes client-based or web development tools to develop solutions for a
variety of complex and difficult problems or systems.
List of additional technologies in their environment NOT REQUIRED
The technologies and techniques that we use here are:

-          WCF
o   SOAP
o   REST

-          ASP.NET
-          LINQ
-          C#
-          Entity Framework
-          ASP.NET MVC3
-          SQL Server 2008

o   SSIS
o   SSRS
o   SSAS

-          Business Intelligence

o   We're trying to get into this more... .we want to build some cubes and
change the way we store data, but we need people!
o   Star Schemas
o   Data Cubes

-          Windows Services
-          High Availability Clustering
-          Telerik third-party control sets for Silverlight and ASP.NET
-          Silverlight
-          Tibco Enterprise Service Bus and web services


*------------------------------*

*2. TVA Programmer Analyst Chattanooga, *

I year contract with the possibility of extension *(REMOTE WORK WITH IN
OFFICE VISITS A POSSIBLE OPTION)*

THIS IS THE ENTRY LEVEL FOR PROGRAMMER ANALYSTS. BASED ON DEFINED
SPECIFICATIONS PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING: DEVELOPS EXECUTABLE CODE USING
ADOPTED PROGRAMMING STANDARDS PREPARES TEST DATA UNIT TESTS CODE DOCUMENTS
PROGRAMS FOLLOWS CHANGE CONTROL PROCEDURES UTILIZES CLIENT/SERVER AND/OR
WEB DEVELOPMENT TOOLS TO DEVELOP SOLUTIONS FOR A VARIETY OF MODERATE TO
WELL DEFINED BUSINESS PROBLEMS, OR SEGMENTS OF MODERATELY DEFINED, BUT
COMPLEX AND DIFFICULT PROBLEMS OR SYSTEMS. BS OR BA DEGREE IN COMPUTER
SCIENCE, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OR RELATED FIELD OR EQUIVALENT IS
REQUIRED. SOFT SKILL SET INCLUDES TEAM BUILDING AND LISTENING. KNOWS
FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS, PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES RELATED TO APPLICATION
DEVELOPMENT MUST BE KNOWLEDGEABLE OF AND HAVE EXPERIENCE WITH 1 OR MORE OF
THE LANGUAGES AND OS LISTED ABOVE. MAY REQUIRE 24-HOURS-A-DAY,
7-DAYS-A-WEEK AVAILABILITY VIA A BEEPER OR OTHER COMMUNICATION MECHANISMS.
TRAVEL MAY BE REQUIRED TO CARRY OUT PROJECT WORK.





Thanks,


*Joshua Standifer*
Talent Sourcer

*Modis*

633 Chestnut Street ST1350
Chattanooga, TN 37450

T: 423-763-4084
C:865-307-4193
joshua.standifer@modis.com
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Proud Sponsor of the U.S. Olympic Team.

=============================================================== From: William Roush ------------------------------------------------------ I may or may not work for this company. :) I'd love to get some /skilled/ .NET devs through our doors! William Roush william.roush@roushtech.net 423-463-0592 http://www.roushtech.net/blog/

=============================================================== From: Wil Wade ------------------------------------------------------ On Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 5:31 PM, William Roush wrote: Any time someone talks about .NET it always reminds me of a time I first went to a conference that was .NET/MS centric. The difference that really showed was the way people talked about new stuff. MS Centred: Look at this cool stuff we are ALLOWED to do! OSS Centred: Look at this cool stuff we CAN do!

=============================================================== From: William Roush ------------------------------------------------------ Where does Mono sit on that? ;) William Roush william.roush@roushtech.net 423-463-0592 http://www.roushtech.net/blog/

=============================================================== From: Wil Wade ------------------------------------------------------ On Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 11:36 PM, William Roush wrote: One word: Netflix. Really, I am ok with any of it. Using .NET, VB (ok not VB), etc..., it is the mindset of the developer that matters. Microsoft has tended toward creating developers that speak as if they were limited.

=============================================================== From: Benjamin Stewart ------------------------------------------------------ Part of the problem with .NET that I've observed at work is that VS does SO much stuff in the background for the programmer that they have no idea what's going on in their own programs, especially if they've never used anything else. If there's not a wizard or something that does it for them, they don't know how to do it for themselves. On the other hand, if you do know what you're doing(and what it's doing behind your back), then the framework does come with batteries, kitchen sinks, RVs, and ham radios included, plus C# seems fairly nice as a language. The GNOME folks seem to be in love with Mono these days. They even copied C# and called it Vala.

=============================================================== From: Ed King ------------------------------------------------------ The 2 years I spent in a dotNot shop were very educational.=A0 =0A=0AThat= =A0 was 7 years ago and I'm still in therapy.=0A=0A=0A=0A

=============================================================== From: Dave Brockman ------------------------------------------------------ -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 That ignorance is not reserved for VS. I've recently been introduced to a "web programmer" who "exclusively programs on Linux" who can't configure an HTTP redirect on her own if she doesn't have cPanel with a checkbox. And she thinks all webservers without cPanel are running Windows. All programming attracts stupid apparently. Regards, dtb - -- "Some things in life can never be fully appreciated nor understood unless experienced firsthand. Some things in networking can never be fully understood by someone who neither builds commercial networking equipment nor runs an operational network." RFC 1925 -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2.0.17 (MingW32) Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - http://www.enigmail.net/ iQEcBAEBAgAGBQJTFzk+AAoJEMP+wtEOVbcdOIcIAIMYIkUAmy5ybV9P10F0Sfw2 eq92odcfOAawR/LasxVhqGNSfFKY4uBOFwYL06gPuKZ68AAbNYdCn+eVFrn/c7dt HjewL51IAZ9BIEOG7RxDHeSsA5Bkv9e3H89v5nlRnvDw4HnihEzeFA9fsatmzloJ zOjh5tC3PC3kd1bhIKHM3l0cfHLggOj4mm90eyZaZY/Tx4yfXnwXD4y03szPpiqm mJVQi5dww2Lu35vlxthJCJkcTNNCoftPNwbXVTcXdJ8VlRLwEwcD/AlhOJCluu2W zi7p5NbAiWG49BSjnVybP9UCjE+oFW6IlvEvWYmB3HPgYLc3G/n3II2SJnVaWV4= =ocCu -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

=============================================================== From: Benjamin Stewart ------------------------------------------------------ Dave said: All programming attracts stupid apparently. Code is power, and who doesn't want power? Some of the smartest people I know are coders. Some of the dumbest people I know think they are, too! The consequence of all our efforts to lower the barrier to entry is... The bar is lower. This can be good as well as bad. The good: People who do have a mind for it can get started sooner. The bad: People who should never, ever make a career of it - can.

=============================================================== From: Dan Lyke ------------------------------------------------------ On Tue, 04 Mar 2014 23:36:05 -0500 William Roush wrote: As much as I like C#, the thing that I remember about Mono is that these are the same people who took the elegant simplicity of the original GTK widget set and turned it into the horrible monstrosity that is Gnome. Dan

=============================================================== From: Ed King ------------------------------------------------------ ignorance is not reserved for coders...=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0 I've had a "network = administrator" ask me for help configuring his desktop networking...=A0=A0= =A0 but the best chuckle was the time he insisted that a mobo's coin cell b= attery HAD to be oriented (rotated) a certain way for it to work.=A0=A0=A0 = Job titles seem to be inversely proportional to IQ.=A0 =0A=0A=0A=0A

=============================================================== From: Aaron welch ------------------------------------------------------ I had a tech from UTC at one of my events tell me that HD15 VGA cables were the best and fastest display connection for a PC. When I explained IN DETAIL how he was incorrect, he went on a jihad against me on Reddit. Really sad that he is that way, kinda reminds me of another young, smart, and very opinionated member of Chugalug. Of course he has grown up a bit. -AW

=============================================================== From: Dave Brockman ------------------------------------------------------ -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Whew! You said young, thought you were talking about me for a second :) Regards, dtb - -- "Some things in life can never be fully appreciated nor understood unless experienced firsthand. Some things in networking can never be fully understood by someone who neither builds commercial networking equipment nor runs an operational network." RFC 1925 -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2.0.17 (MingW32) Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - http://www.enigmail.net/ iQEcBAEBAgAGBQJTF2dCAAoJEMP+wtEOVbcdB3kH/0+fPGbQIOnYplGifTw8Q0jh 66aJGAxGsXB7/LWP34ClNus+B1CjQK8Fd9ueSBHEHR9HfNQyze4FphJ1mZF0L2px qyBcAT2frE/r9Rl2BJAynPRPUZ9hT/rGSvVn9HOwKco4gn7pIduG2ibRS/0h0Dwd rhHQ0BGsIx52GdbFsXoHYQjhzDMlxQeb3CFn8p43Z1O6HFSMmFdO2rdetOjPqwBT JKaDJHU5R+e2rZJadcd8CDf/QHs76y2hP2YtlKv/2S4gOVDxmuZK4w3jC1ggWYpK OhhDgrKu1GNB6J4WasAJ6Zq3WKVwDY0hrsgu65hwud13t5hPW3kUveRWqIssx5o= =XDz6 -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

=============================================================== From: William Roush ------------------------------------------------------ Don't forget ScreenConnect! Runs on Mono. William Roush william.roush@roushtech.net 423-463-0592 http://www.roushtech.net/blog/

=============================================================== From: William Roush ------------------------------------------------------ To be honest, .NET does it really bad with WebForms. It attempted to take drag and drop application developers and stick them on the web. Ack! So the .NET web application development pool is filled with people that use a GUI to write applications. The entire framework is a nightmare, I run into a constant love/hate relationship with it due to it's control structure (sort of nice) and event driven structure (shoot me now), Microsoft seals everything on this stack and it makes me furious. At this point though it's MVC.NET or you're an idiot, WebForms becomes an unmanageable mess, bad developers just write messy spaghetti code that ignores the way the internet works, and good developers write workarounds for limitations in WebForms, and neither of these are clean implementations and WebForms is a mess to automate testing for too. William Roush william.roush@roushtech.net 423-463-0592 http://www.roushtech.net/blog/

=============================================================== From: Ed King ------------------------------------------------------ Makes me wonder...=A0 what is the median age of this motley crew we call Ch= ugalug?=A0=A0 is the list getting "younger" or "older" as the years go by?= =A0=A0=A0=A0 most of the folks I see posting on a frequent basis have been = on here for many years so it makes me think the list might be getting "olde= r".=A0=A0=A0=A0 or maybe the new/young folks are just lurkers, I dunno.=A0= =A0 =0A=0A=0A=0A=0A

=============================================================== From: flushy@flushy.net ------------------------------------------------------ "The ignorance of the speaking is directly related to the importance they attach to their title." -- me --b Quoting Aaron welch :

=============================================================== From: William Roush ------------------------------------------------------ Additionally that ChoiceDATA posting, I have no clue what is up with Modis/The person that interfaces with Modis at our company, but unless we got a really odd position opened that I don't know about, those requirements are FAR from what we want. Mainly it's just basic .NET MVC stuff, our team is more interested in solid programmers than specific frameworks. You can pick those up if you're a good developer. William Roush william.roush@roushtech.net 423-463-0592 http://www.roushtech.net/blog/