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Ilya M.
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10 years experience

Freelance .NET Developer

10 years experience

Warsaw, Poland

A Software engineer with full stack experience in C#, JS (nodejs, angular, vuejs, react), ETL tools. Know DevOps practices, experience in CI/CD configuration. Worked as BI lead developer recently as part of ETL team (.net C#+VB, SSIS, Astera). Experience in communication with clients, lead a small and medium-sized teams, including budgeting. I don’t have a favorite technology, I believe that programming languages are just tools to be picked up as needed.

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Dmitry N.
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22 years experience

Lodz, Poland

22 years in IT, 18 years in Software Development and 8 years in Software Architecture. Delivered large projects in the following domains: Digital Assets Management, Legal, Insurance and International Newspaper publishing. Lead multiple cross-functional development teams of up to 50 people. Charmed by AI and ML.

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Dmitry R.
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6 years experience

Poznan, Poland

6+ years of professional experience. I worked as a Full-Stack developer in various web projects. Participated in high-load projects based on .NET. Hard working, detail oriented and able to multi-task effectively. Initiative, versatile, good team player, easy-learner, stress-resistant.

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Sergey H.
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8 years experience

Poznan, Poland

Seasoned IT Professional with 8 years of work experience in developing Client, Server and Web applications. Core professional expertise covers: .NET Framework (ASP.NET, C#), .NET Core. Hands-on experience in database technologies like Microsoft SQL server. Adept of overseeing every stage of application development, comfortable with unit testing. Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work as an individual and as a team player. Ability to learn quickly and apply new skills to existing problems.

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Sergey V.
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14 years experience

Freelance .NET Developer

14 years experience

Wroclaw, Poland

Worked on projects for the following well-known clients: NASDAQ, Coca-Cola, Intelliflo. Solid background in full life-cycle of software development process including design, estimating, coding, testing, debugging, improving performance and maintenance, requirements analysis, documentation development. Hard working result-oriented person with good communication skills. Worked in large distributed teams on complex projects.

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We used ExpertRemote for hiring specialists in UI/UX design, web development, project management and QA. After speaking to a number of companies across the globe we chose them due to great communication and delivery of our projects on time and on budget.

What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?
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We built a team at ExpertRemote that developed our product for 2 years. Developers were professionals, initiative and took part in all aspects of the software development life cycle.

What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?
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Co-Founder & CTO at PapayaGlobal

We have been working with ExpertRemote for more than a year now. They provided our initial remote team and developed our MVP. All software engineers are hard working, reliable and communicate well which is hard to come by in that setting.

What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?
Reliable and great at communicating even when you are on the other side of the world.

Jawad Stouli

CTO & Co-Founder at Didomi

ExpertRemote developers helped in developing apps, but also in talking through scope and need and giving ideas – which is very useful for a non-coder like myself.

What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?
Communication skills.

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Business Director at iTicket.law

Frequently
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Does ExpertRemote Monitor the Performance of Its .NET Programmers After They Find the Company?

Yes, we also check if the client is satisfied with the work done. Such monitoring helps us find out if the .NET developer meets our standards.

What Are the Main Problems When Hiring Remote .NET Developers?

The main disadvantage of hiring a remote dedicated team is that the project manager rarely or hardly sees their subordinates in person. There is no constant feedback between the employee and the boss, which is why management needs to find time to devote time to each remote .NET developer. If arranged poorly, this could slow down the project’s progress.

Do ExpertRemote’s Developers Work Full-Time Only?

No, you can adjust the working time of the hired .NET developers according to your business needs.

Do All Your Developers Speak English Fluently?

All the .NET developers in our talent pool are required to speak English. The lion’s share of them have upper-intermediate and advanced levels.

Why Should I Choose Expert Remote?

You should pick us if you want to hire a dot .NET developer in about 48 hours. Also, thanks to our screening process, we make sure that all our clients are dealing only with the best industry talents.

The 4 Pros of Using the Services of .NET Developers What .NET Framework Developers Can Build for You Skills and Responsibilities a .NET Developer Should Have .NET Developers Interview Guide Soft Skills Hard Skills How Much Should a .NET Developer Earn in 2022?
November 21, 2022

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The 4 Pros of Using the Services of .NET Developers What .NET Framework Developers Can Build for You Skills and Responsibilities a .NET Developer Should Have .NET Developers Interview Guide Soft Skills Hard Skills How Much Should a .NET Developer Earn in 2022?

.NET Developers & Programmers for Hire

Egor Kaleynik

Content Marketer

.NET is the most popular framework in 2022 — 34.55% of developers use it. Backed by Microsoft, it is utilized by big enterprises, which adds to its popularity. Yet, this technology could be a great fit for startups as well. Here, we’ll talk about why to hire .NET developers and how to do it right.

The 4 Pros of Using the Services of .NET Developers

.NET features CLR — the Common Language Runtime. It’s the basis of the language, which allows you to execute .NET apps code uniformly on all platforms. .NET developers can leverage modern-day features:

1. Less Coding Thanks to OOP Model

The .NET framework is based on object-oriented programming. It allows for smaller chunks of code that are much easier to manage. OOP helps .NET developers by simplifying coding and enabling code reuse, which means less programming overall. 

From a business point of view, this saves a lot of time, and therefore reduces the expenses when creating a product.

2. Microsoft Support

Another big reason to hire .NET developers is that the NET framework is supported by Microsoft. This tech giant won’t let the developers down, so you can be sure that the chosen technology will be further developed and updated. This way, you don’t have to worry about the framework becoming obsolete or being abandoned one day. Your app will always be up and running.

3. Testing and Debugging with Visual Studio IDE

An integrated development environment (IDE) is a software application that helps programmers develop code efficiently.

Visual Studio is an IDE from Microsoft used to build, debug, and publish applications on all platforms, including mobile ones. .NET comes with Visual Studio, and thanks to its IntelliCode, a .NET developer can leverage accessibility features that use machine learning to complete snippets of code for you, recognize redo edits, and suggest fixes.

4. Cross-Platform Development

.NET Core is a cross-platform implementation of .NET. This unique software platform is already running on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. While the introduction of .NET Core may seem like a strange move from Microsoft, it is important in a technology world that is increasingly focused on flexibility and segmentation when it comes to operating systems and platforms.

The availability of .NET Core on platforms other than Windows makes it the best candidate for all developers to use, including Mac and Linux programmers. Even code written in C#, F#, or Visual Basic will run on compatible operating systems.

All this helps a wide engineering community contribute to .NET development.

What .NET Framework Developers Can Build for You

The range of products that .NET framework developers work on is very broad. In general, the variety of software products that are created on .NET can be grouped as follows:

  • Web-based services. The technology that allows .NET developers to build web services is called ASP.NET. There are interesting solutions that greatly facilitate and speed up web development, for example, ASP.NET MVC Framework. Using it, a .NET developer can make interactive, graphics-rich complex web applications.
  • IoT apps. .NET supports various sensors and input devices and is compatible with many platforms, including Raspberry Pi and Hummingbird. Thus, it can be used for creating IoT services.  
  • Android apps. Here, .NET developers use Xamarin. It allows them to write code once that will work on Android, iOS, and UWP, or on native programs for these platforms.
  • Enterprise-scale infrastructures. Such systems are most often a combination of desktop, mobile, and web apps. The data access technology (ADO.NET), which is so important for enterprise solutions, has become almost perfect after the release of Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0. The only real competitor of .NET in this area is Java/J2EE.
  • Games. In the early days of .NET, there was a lot of talk about how slow and clumsy it was for writing heavy graphical applications. Currently, .NET is friends with DirectX. The platform allows .NET developers to create games using intensive 3D graphics not only for Windows but also for the Xbox game console.
  • Mobile apps. Hiring a dot NET developer is ideal for mobile software development since the platform works with Android, Windows, and iOS. A high level of compatibility is hard to fight, especially when it comes to .NET mobile application development.

This is the list of .NET project types for a wide variety of industries — from financial and commercial to scientific and social. Therefore, if you feel like your startup requires at least one of these products — hire dedicated .NET developers.

Skills and Responsibilities a .NET Developer Should Have

There are several skill requirements for a .NET developer, including:

  • Deep knowledge of C# and .NET Core
  • Good understanding of object-oriented development and use of design patterns
  • Knowledge of SQL
  • Experience in using ASP.NET MVC
  • Knowledge of the latest NET solutions
  • Knowledge and participation in all phases of SDLC processes, including reading requirements, understanding test plans, and getting used to multiple environments
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to communicate effectively with different levels of management
  • Ability to adapt to changing priorities
  • Multitask quickly and innovate where needed
  • Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills
  • Intermediate English or higher

Of course, these skills can be expanded. It all depends on the position and requirements of the company.

The list of job responsibilities includes the following:

  • Creation and complete control of new products or applications, and their modernization
  • Determination of actual system requirements, search for possible errors and their elimination
  • Development of optimal interface design
  • Be a member of the development team
  • Cooperation with technical support specialists
  • Work with the documentation

Often, .NET developers work on a specific project. In addition to developing software solutions, they also program .NET applications, provide level I and II support (depending on the scope of activity), and manage existing software projects.

.NET Developers Interview Guide

.NET developer is a profession that implies knowledge of C# (C sharp), .NET Core, and SQL. Also, a specialist should be able to use design patterns, work in multitasking mode, and adapt to changing priorities as soon as possible.

Good English is a must. Knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript will be a plus too. And here is how you can check all of this:

Soft Skills

  • What new things have you learned lately? Why did you choose to master this skill or process? (This question is asked in order to assess the proactivity of .NET developers and how much they are interested in self-development.)
  • Have you ever had situations where you over-delivered on the required tasks? (In this case, it depends on the candidate’s answer whether they try not only to meet expectations but also to exceed them, or whether they are worried about the quality of work.)
  • What quality does your best friend appreciate about you? (Such a question can assess the degree of sincerity of the .NET developer. What makes them a good friend can be compared to the culture in the .NET development company and see if the person is right for you.)
  • What personal quality gets in the way of you when you face difficulties? (The candidate’s response will tell whether they are able to identify weaknesses in business processes and work to improve them.)
  • What animal would you like to be if you had the opportunity? (This question can be used to assess the candidate’s ability to make quick decisions in extraordinarily complex situations and in solving creative problems.)

Hard Skills

To assess these skills, you have to take into consideration the seniority level of the interviewed .NET developer.

Interview Questions for a Junior Specialist
  • What problem does Docker solve? What are its pros and cons?
  • What is the fundamental difference between unit tests and integration tests?
  • What are GET and POST HTTP methods? Is there any difference?
  • Explain the difference between an abstract class and an interface.
  • What is OOP and how does it relate to the .NET framework?
  • What GoF patterns did you use?
  • Tell us about the SPA concept.
  • How do you understand REST?
  • Explain the concept of inheritance and how it works in .NET.
Interview Questions for a Middle Specialist
  • What’s the difference between stack and heap?
  • Tell us how asynchronous methods work. How is asynchrony different from parallelism?
  • What are the key differences between distributed and monolithic systems?
  • What are the principles of the Message bus? Why might there be duplicates in queues?
  • What distributed systems design patterns do you know?
  • What is the difference between a class and an object, and how do these terms relate to each other?
  • What is the Strategy pattern?
  • What principles of building idempotent services do you know?
  • When should you use .NET Web Forms instead of ASP.NET MVC?
Interview Questions for a Senior Specialist
  • Why can’t you specify access modifiers for elements in an interface?
  • Tell us about the Rest Maturity Model.
  • How would you implement a cross-cutting concern (e.g. logging, validation, transactions)?
  • How do you understand that some part of the code utilizes a lot of memory or takes a long time to complete? What can be a bottleneck in different cases? What are the ways to reduce memory and memory traffic?
  • How to implement generic action in WebAPI?
  • Difference between constant and read-only.

How Much Should a .NET Developer Earn in 2022?

Here are the typical salary rates of a .NET developer in the US based on years of experience: 

Years of ExperienceMinimumAverageMaximum
0-1$74K$90K$109K
1-3$81K$96K$116K
4-6$87K$104K$125K
7-9$91K$109K$131K
10-14$99K$118K$143K
15+$105K$127K$154K

As for hourly rates, the starting point to hire .NET developers is $35/hour. Also, there is project-based pricing, which is negotiated individually.

Still, doubting whether to hire a .NET developer or not? The Microsoft framework is a promising technology that can help you out in a number of ways. The only dilemma is to find reliable .NET developers.