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.NET Lead


Source:
TIMESJOBS.COM
Location:
Secunderabad, Telangana
Date:
10-11-2016
Job Code:
58241694
Categories:
  • IT
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Job Details

Works spans across social, search+graph, and conversation-driven experiences using Microsofts Technologies with focus on Conversation as a Platform (CaaP), developing and delivering Microsoft Bot Framework which enables developers to build and connect intelligent bots to users wherever they are - from Skype to Office 365, Slack. Responsibilities include *Designing and Building SDKs to manage the logic of bots and conversation *Designing and Building services to make it easy for bots to be used across a variety of platforms * Contribute technical expertise throughout all stages of design and development, conceptual design, input language, UI platform and tools maturity, prototyping * Help develop and refine new conversation pattern libraries and interaction guidelines Minimum Qualifications Bachelors/Masters in computer science (or equivalent work experience) *5+ years of experience developing client/web applications *1+ year experience to LUIS & Microsoft BOT Framework *Expertise at least in one of the following C# .NET, Typescript/JavaScript/NodeJs *Design, debugging and problem solving skills Desired Skills *Familiarity with current trends in conversational user interfaces, contemporary web and responsive design concepts, social media, bots and bot development tools *Experience with server side technologies such as Node.JS or .Net is a plus *Experience with IVR systems or natural language systems is a plus.
Additional Degree: BE/ B.Tech (Engineering)

Experience: 6-9

Requirements

Graphic Designing/Animation/Web Designing | Mainframe | Project Leader/ Project Manager | Quality Assurance/Testing
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