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.Net Developer

Farmers Edge is a global leader in digital agriculture delivering cutting-edge solutions powered by a unique combination of field-centric data, artificial intelligence and complete integration.  Founded in Manitoba in 2005, we support our operations across four continents from our corporate headquarters in Winnipeg.

Since inception, Farmers Edge has been addressing the global challenge of feeding the world’s growing population while reducing environmental impact. We are a diverse group of thinkers and doers, motivated by challenges, curiosity and bold ideas. The culture is the foundation of our company, connecting innovation and disruption with the passion that drives us. From the software and digital tools that we create to the conversations we share; the collective force of our team is influencing revolutionary changes in agriculture to bring new levels of sustainability and opportunity to farmers and agricultural professionals.

Farmers Edge offers a very competitive compensation package that includes industry competitive wages, company co-paid group insurance, group retirement savings and much more! You’ll get to work with modern, cutting-edge technologies and have access to training and development that will be the envy of your industry peers!

As a .Net Developer on our Business Systems team, you will be joining a team responsible for supporting critical business systems, applications, and integrations. A typical day will be spent in various development activities, gathering systems requirements from company stakeholders, troubleshooting software issues, and providing user support.

What you’ll need to succeed:

  • A minimum of 3 years’ web development experience, and post-secondary education in a related field
  • Experience working with the following technologies:
  • C# in the .Net Framework, ASP.NET and Web Forms
  • RESTful services
  • jQuery and Boostrap
  • Revision control Software (e.g. Git/Github)
  • Agile tools (e.g. Jira)
  • Working knowledge of Azure, and Backend technologies (Docker, Kubernetes, Python, Django) would be considered an asset


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