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Developers and QA Engineers Needed in Moncton

Developers and QA Engineers Needed in Moncton

September 26, 2007 9:57 am3 comments

For readers who live in my neck of the woods (Moncton, NB, Canada), I know of some opportunities for talented C# developers at a very interesting startup.  Ping me directly at derek@ardentdev.com.  Basic requirements:

  • C#
  • Visual Studio 2005
  • Windows services development
  • ASP.NET 2.0
  • Unit testing
  • Source code control
  • T-SQL and SQL Server 2005

Same place also needs an experienced QA engineer:

  • Testing Windows-based software
  • Recording automated tests
  • Scripting automated tests
  • Managing QA processes
  • Communicating with both key stakeholders and developers to ensure quality and functionality goals are being met
  • Ideally, specific experience using TestComplete and/or TestArchitect, but experience with software test automating software is essential

Same deal in both cases, ping me directly if you’re interested and I’ll fill you in on the details.

3 Comments

  • We’re planning on moving to the Moncton area next year and I’m glad to see that there are software dev opportunities, let alone .NET work. I’ve noticed http://www.CareerBeacon.com has a reasonable amount of software dev work advertised in the area.

    We’re thinking of buying an acreage outside of town, is there much of a commute in the Moncton area? We live in Vancouver and are sick and tired of the pace and cost of living (houses) here. Half a million dollars for an average house. At least we’ve got a decent sized lot.

    How are Moncton salaries in the IT area in comparison with the rest of the country? The weather, is it very stormy?

    Chris, Vancouver

  • derek

    Commute times are easy in Moncton. You will find the salaries lower than the big Canadian metro areas like Vancouver, but the cost of living is also soooo much lower.

    The weather is, well, not as mild as Vancouver. :-) Buy yourself a nice Honda snowblower and all will be fine. The HS928TCD is a thing of beauty: http://www.honda.ca/PowerEng/Snowblowers/HS928/HS928TCD.htm?Year=2007.

  • Chris

    Snowblower, eh? Is it really that bad? Might have to put one up in front of the Unimog.

    Eventually I’m planning on doing contracting; would you say that getting MS enterprise certifications would be very beneficial in getting work?