.Net Developer’s job responsibilities vary, but most roles include the following:
- Research software-related technologies and products
- Develop and write coding
- Design, develop, test, and deploy desktop, web, and mobile apps
- Identify and solve coding issues or problems in software and tech
While it is possible to find a .NET Developer who is self-taught, most candidates for these positions have completed a certification class. This course is completed outside of a traditional Bachelor’s degree. Because of this, having a Bachelor’s degree is rarely a requirement for these jobs. Successful candidates should be able to show a strong background in .NET development, either through previous work experience or a formal certification.
Salaries for .NET Developers can vary greatly by location, but salaries tend to range between $45,000 for new programmers with no work experience to $92,000 for .NET Developers with ample experience. It should be noted, however, that this job is typically seen as a start to a career that would eventually lead to program management.