What are the skill required for an Azure Developer?

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What are the skill required for an Azure Developer?
Dec 31, 2018 in Career Counselling by Sradha
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The skills required are as follows:-

Azure.

Hands on experience on Migration.

Hands on experience with creating user roles.

Good knowledge on Programming.

Hands on experience on Azure services.
answered Dec 31, 2018 by Nisha
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The skills required for the job of Azure Developer are as follows:-

Minimum experience required: 2 years.

Strong working knowledge on Azure development/ Cloud Security/ Cloud Devops services with a background in Java/.Net/Python.

Should have worked on cloud migration/cloud automation/cloud transformation projects.

answered Feb 7, 2019 by Esha
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Skills required for an Azure Developer are as follows:

  • Software prototyping and construction – Design, Build, and Modify existing business-tier components, Web applications, and database objects using Microsoft platform technologies (ASP.NET Web API) and Azure.
  • Create prototypes, if necessary, to validate proposed solutions and seek feedback from stakeholders
  • Good understanding and experience following test-driven development and continuous integration practices
  • Analysis and Design – Transforms high-level design in to low-level design, and implementation.
  • Work with Team Leads to properly define/clarify business requirements, development estimation, and work plan finalization
  • Perform unit and integration testing on all developed code – Create and execute unit and integration tests within development lifecycle
  • Proactively benchmark application code to mitigate performance and scalability issues
  • Work with Quality Assurance Team on issue reporting, resolution, and change control
  • Support and Troubleshooting – Assist Operations Team with any environment issues during application deployment across Development, QA, Staging, and Production environments.
  • Assist other teams with troubleshooting problems that may arise from applications or integration of various components.
answered Apr 9, 2019 by Priya
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Hi,

The skills required for an Azure Developer are as follows:

  •  Develop for unpredictability

  • Develop with costs in mind

  •  Scale your applications

  • Scale your data

  • Create a monitoring and diagnostics pipeline

  • Develop for resiliency

  • Script your environments

  • Focus on building things that matter and let the cloud deal with plumbing

answered Jul 23, 2019 by Gitika
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