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Web developer at Record Union

at Record Union in Sweden   —   Jul 19, 2014   |  
Record Union is market driven start-up company where creativity and innovation is the rule. As an
upload-based digital music distribution platform we work with loads of cool music service like Spotify
and iTunes to make sure artists, labels and bands can distribute their music all over the world –
directly via our website.

We are looking for all-round .NET developers to help us continue to push the boundaries of digital
distribution and make our forward looking product vision a reality.

The Role
The development work associated with this role will touch many different aspects of the core
operations on the website, including the handling of audio content, metadata, payment processing and
user related events and processes. Both your front end and back end skills will be tested and you need
to be comfortable working with a range of APIs.
In this role you will have many opportunities to directly affect the development of the product. An
ideal candidate loves new tech challenges and is passionate about coming up with innovative and
creative features and solutions.
Have no illusions - this role is challenging and we need someone who will be able to meet these
responsibilities head on.

For this role you must be living or willing to relocate to Stockholm.
Minimum 2 years’ experience developing in .Net technologies
(Framework 2.0/3.5, 4.0, WinForms, and Windows
Communication Foundation)
Excellent programming skills, can write structured, maintainable code
Excellent front end skills (CSS / HTML / Javascript)
SQL Server
Fluent in written and spoken English
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