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Looking for a Senior .Net Developer in London

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Hello, I was wondering if somebody could help me find a Senior Developer for an opportunity I'm recruiting for at the moment in London. The standards are high so I thought I would reach out to the Microsoft community. Who do you know that can do this position? I have attached the job advert below. Any help would be much appreciated. Kind Regards, Aaron Neale Provide 0203 178 7138 aneale@providepeople.com  ----------------------------------------------------------------- Senior Developer - .Net, C# - Finance - £50-85K (London) London (City or Canary Wharf)  £50-85K + Bens + Bonus  The Customer:  My client is renowned for their unrivalled reputation for technical excellence and delivery where everybody else fails or where in house teams are not strong enough. They have experienced steady growth since inception and now boast a force of almost 200 people. They focus exclusively within the financial services space and develop high performance applications that include everything from trading and commodities to retail banking systems. They are growing at a phenomenal rate and now require exceptional Engineers with a strong and thorough understanding of software engineering principles..  The Role:  You will be based on site at reputable investment banks and financial organisations in the City working on predomi

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