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C# .Net Development

C Sharp Developer

A C# Developer is responsible for composing code in the C# language, which is a general-purpose, object-oriented programming language designed around the Common Language infrastructure. C# is often thought of as a hybrid that takes the best aspects of C and C++, creating a truly modern language.

C# is a popular language and C# Developers are particularly sought after by professionals who run businesses based on Windows software as C# can create almost any type of app and run custom applications, from desktop software to sophisticated back end processes, web, mobile and beyond – C# is powerful, versatile, structured and produces efficient programmes.

C# is used for developing applications on the Microsoft platform, and therefore always requires the .Net framework on Windows to work (and so, a ‘.Net Developer’ is a general title for a programmer who works in a Microsoft development environment). .Net is a software framework developed by that runs primarily on Windows and C# is the actual coding language written inside of the .Net framework. Further, ASP.Net is the main tool within the .Net framework for building web pages and websites with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, server scripting etc.

C# is used by approximately 31% of all developers on a regular basis and is the 4th most popular programming language, today. This popularity translates to a thriving job market.

Client Server’s dedicated C# .Net team recruit for a range of C# .Net roles within London, and our Regional teams recruit for C# .Net roles outside of London, including Guildford, Bath, Cambridge and beyond. C# .Net Developers roles in London will tend to offer a higher salary, but equally, this is dependent on the specific role.

Job Titles

Depending on the specifics of the role, a C# Developer has many job titles, including; C# .Net Developer, Dot Net Developer, .Net Developer, C# Software Engineer, C# Software Developer, C# Architect. 


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