What does a .NET Developer do?

Web developers work within the design code and modification of websites according to their client’s specifications to handle every aspect of the process of a website’s creation from layout to function. They make their clients’ visions become a reality by ensuring the finished website has its appropriate and fitting applications.

Web developers handle the look and feel of a website as well as its technical and logistical components. This includes performance and capacity measurement and continuing to create and test its applications once they are in hand. They write code for the site often using HTML or XML programming languages and codes, and they break technical aspects down into simpler terms for the client. They will also collaborate with graphics teams and design departments to determine the website’s specific look, feel, and layout. They are also often responsible for the monitoring of the website’s traffic once it goes live. Web developers have completed a bachelor’s degree in computer science or related fields.

What responsibilities are common for .NET Developer jobs?
  • Communicate and work with teams as issues arise.
  • Analyze, design, develop, test and deploy phases of development projects.
  • Develop and design web applications and software.
  • Design and plan applications to meet project objectives.
  • Follow relevant company procedures and help create and maintain relevant documentation.
  • Review user interface designs and changes made to the product.
  • Collaborate within a project team to solve complex problems.
  • Responsible for successful completion of code deliverables within projects.
  • Develop and maintain CI/CD pipelines with automated test suite integration.
  • Promote best practices by developing tested and organized code.
  • Serve as an expert on applications and provide technical support.
  • Responsible for automation of the build and minification processes.
  • Collaborate effectively across product, UX, and engineering to deliver concrete results.
  • Adhere to specific quality, timing, and other performance metrics.
  • Create and report on project status, deadlines and constraints.
  • Analyze the design and use of complex data sources.
What are the typical qualifications for .NET Developer jobs?
  • Bachelor's or Graduate's Degree in computer science, information systems, or information technology or equivalent experience.
  • Can participate in Agile ceremonies including daily scrums.
  • Proficiency in HTML, CSS, JAVA, Angular, and JavaScript.
  • Proficiency in SQL Server, JQuery, HTML, and XML.
  • Proficiency in GIT, UI Design, ReACT, and Drupal.
  • Familiar with Oracle SOA Suite
EducationBachelor's Degree
Work/Life Balance
3.9 ★
Salary Range--
Career Opportunity
3.9 ★
Avg. Experience2-4 years

.NET Developer Salaries

Average Base Pay

₹5,24,761 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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₹2L
Median: ₹5L
₹14L
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.NET Developer Career Path

Learn how to become a .NET Developer, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path.

L2
Web Developer
₹5,00,000/yr
L3
Senior Web Developer
₹6,17,944/yr
L4
Web Developer Iv
No Salary Reports
L2

Average Years of Experience

0 - 1
8%
2 - 4
46%
5 - 7
19%
8+
27%
Not including years spent in education and/or training
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.NET Developer Insights

Read what .NET Developer professionals have to say about their job experiences and view top companies for this career.
QDegreesQDegrees
Web Developer
13 Oct 2020

“I have recetnly started in this company and i think i will have a good and long career ahead.”

Carron Net
Carron Net
29 Dec 2021

“If you love to sew and be creative and have fun this is a great place to work”

ITcompany
Dot NET Developer
11 Oct 2021

“Good payment for your work and recognizes you if you and your work is worth of”

Ascentspark SoftwareAscentspark Software
Senior Web Developer
19 Apr 2021

“It is not a permanent cons but after lockdown salary time is little bit delayed.”

Nitor InfotechNitor Infotech
.NET Developer
21 May 2021

“Interview was good but not selected bcz they want latest technology that was not in my resume.but”

MERGEMERGE
Web Developer
26 Jul 2021

“• They will tell you career growth is important and do nothing to grow your career.”

NeoDoctoNeoDocto
Web Developer
30 Jul 2021

“I am happy to work with neodocto it is good platform for develop skills and aibility of work.”

E2logy Software SolutionsE2logy Software Solutions
Web Developer
10 Jun 2020

“I have been working in a good team of 5 people and we ensure Website infrastructure is good.”

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Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of web developers

A web developer spends a typical day creating websites using technologies such as HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. Their tasks include meeting with clients to determine the clients' desires and then working on a specific site, creating the code, adding animation, and checking the site for bugs.

Web developers are widely sought after, and they can work as full-time employees, part-time consultants, or contract freelancers. One of the best parts about working as a web developer is that most of the work can be completed at home or remotely.

Web developers do make a decent amount of money. The average base salary of a web developer is ₹5,24,761 in the United States, depending on the location and years of experience. With additional experience, they can make up to ₹13,75,696 annually.

Working as a web developer does have its challenges, especially when the clients' sites have issues that must be taken care of immediately. To fix these issues, web developers might need to log evening or weekend hours. They also need a strong knowledge of software programs, programming languages, and design basics.

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