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\nOur company is growing. We have just won several big new projects and need to hire some additional software engineers to join our team.\n\nThe ideal person for us is someone with copious amounts of .NET experience, demonstrable coding passion and a growing interest in functional programming.\n\nOur stack is changing over time, which you will be able to influence, but currently we use a stack of MacBook Pro's, VMware Fusion, Visual Studio and Xamarin Studio all tied together with some lovely F# .NET source code. We also use AngularJS for some of our other projects.\n\nWe would usually expect you to:\n\n\n* Be degree educated.\n\n* Have some open source projects or contributions or at least be able to speak passionately about some software project you've worked on.\n\n* Have at least 1 to 3 years of professional experience.\n\n\n\n\nOur central base is London and that's where formal meetings or social events would usually be held but we could also accommodate a candidate around the Cambridge area.\n\nRecently we adopted the WebSharper stack for development of web-based administration control panels and a reporting portal.\n\nYou will not just be a software developer, but also a 'technical fellow' of our company. This is not a corporate job: you will be given the opportunity to lead, manage and develop entire projects from start to finish, lend your experience and expertise to all areas of the business. You won't just be another cog in a large machine!\n\nWe are currently accepting applications for a junior to mid level developer role.\n\nSalary: Up to £35k\n\nBenefits: Excellent
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