Junior C# developer

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You make a flying start to your career by immediately helping to build the digital aspects of Coolblue.

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Junior C# developer

  • Fulltime
  • Rotterdam
  • HBO

What does a Junior C# Developer at Coolblue do?

You'll make a solid start to your career at Coolblue, working within one of our many knowledgeable teams. Because you enjoy developing your skills you will join a lot of pair programming sessions and follow our homegrown Studiefabriek courses (technical and non-technical such as security, agile, cultural awareness, tech principles, etc.). During sprints you will also work on your own stories to immediately make Coolblue a little bit better every day. Want to become a Junior C# Developer at Coolblue? Read below to see if the job suits you.

 
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You enjoy doing this

  • Have a direct impact by immediately contributing to one of the development teams.
  • Take full responsibility with your team for all systems and aspects of projects you are working on.
  • Working in C#.
  • Participate in the daily stand-up, where you discuss your progress and make your plan for the upcoming day.
  • Continuing to learn by proactively acquiring new knowledge, for example by participating in training courses and regularly giving and asking for feedback.
 
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Week 28

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  5. FriFriday
    1. Daily stand-up

      Daily stand-up
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      Start with the team. Short update about your tasks and progress

    2. Developing

      Developing
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      Focus on the assigned user stories to make sure our web application will run even smoother.

    3. Pair Programming

      Pair Programming
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      Join Ebram to work on a change to a new system

    4. Put feature live and monitor it

      Put feature live and monitor it
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      New feature is live, let's monitor.

    5. Meeting with stakeholders

      Meeting with stakeholders
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      Collect feedback on a new feature.

    1. Daily stand-up

      Daily stand-up
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      Start with the team. Short update about your tasks and progress

    2. Tech demo

      Tech demo
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      Learn more about what the other development teams are working on.

    3. Developing

    4. Sync with Bhawna

      Sync with Bhawna
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      Join Google meet with Bhawna to hear what she's currently working on.

    5. End-of-day

      End-of-day
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      End the day together with the team.

    1. Daily stand-up

      Daily stand-up
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      Start with the team. Short update about your tasks and progress

    2. Developing

    3. Teamlunch

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      We're in the office so let's catch up and enjoy each other's company

    4. Refinement

      Refinement
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      Breaking down and further defining product backlog items into smaller more precise items. Add details such as a description, value, and estimation.

    5. Watch Pieter update

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      Watch video-update from our CEO Pieter

    1. Daily stand-up

      Daily stand-up
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      Start with the team. Short update about your tasks and progress

    2. Pair programming

      Pair programming
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      Code review with Igor to see if it's fits well with the story.

    3. Knowledge sharing session

      Knowledge sharing session
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      Share ideas within the team so you get a little bit better everyday.

    4. Drinking coffee with senior buddy

      Drinking coffee with senior buddy
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      Catch up to see how your onboarding is going

    5. Go over code review comments

      Go over code review comments
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      Someone left a remark on your PR, go over it and discuss with team member. Make changes based on the discussion.

    1. Daily stand-up

      Daily stand-up
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      Start with the team. Short update about your tasks and progress

    2. Sprint review

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      Discuss sprint progress with stakeholders and collect feedback.

    3. Training course Feedback that works

      Training course Feedback that works
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      After following this training course you'll learn what the difference is between observation and interpretation when giving feedback and how to receive it.

    4. Developing

    5. Drinks with the team

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      Finished the checklist and everything is set for the weekend? Let's go to a biergarten and share a drink and some bitterballen!

You recognize yourself in the following

  • You have completed at least a technical bachelor, preferably computer science.
  • You have a strong motivation to continuously develop yourself in the world of software development. You have clear learning goals and you are proactively taking steps towards them. Plus you like to share your knowledge with others and learn from them.
  • You can freely communicate in English.
  • You live in The Netherlands (no relocation possible).
  • You enjoy working in a multi-cultural environment.
 
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This is what you’re looking for in a job

  • Money.
  • Over 30 training courses at our own Coolblue University.
  • Travel allowance, a retirement plan and where-you-work-allowance.
  • 25 leave days. As long as you promise to come back.
  • A discount on all our products.
  • An extraordinarily good work environment with colleagues from all over the world who make you happy, epic (digital) Coolblue parties, pubquizzing, and other activities.
  • Working together in an international environment with colleagues from the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Brazil, Russia, and Italy, among others. 
  • Room for new initiatives and ideas. We’re always open to those, whether you’ve been with us for a week, a month, or a year.
  • A job at one of the fastest-growing companies in the Benelux.
  • A picture-perfect office at a great location. You could crawl to work from Rotterdam Central Station. Though we recommend just walking for 2 minutes.
  • Hybrid working: a fine balance between working at the office and working from home. Of course, we’ll help you create the best home-office possible. Including desk chair, laptop, and blue garlands.
 
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  • How does Coolblue adhere to the COVID-19 measures?

    We adhere to the recommendations and guidelines of RIVM and the government, of course. Working at the office makes us happy, that’s why we are working partly from home and partly from the office.

    The interviews for your application will also take place partly via video calls and partly in the office. On your first day we meet each other at the office. So we can drink a cup of coffee and get to know each other better.

  • Can I live outside the Netherlands and still work in the Tech department of Coolblue?

    No, it’s not possible to work from abroad as a Tech colleague. We like collaborating in a digital way, but over this last year we’ve seen that doing a retrospective, a pair-programming session, or grabbing a drink in real life is much more fun. That’s why we like everybody to be in the Rotterdam office at least 4-8 days a month on average. Together with your manager, you decide how often you and your team really meet in the office.

    Besides that it’s much more fun to see each other in real life, there are also some tax regulations that make it hard to work from abroad.

    For a lot of vacancies, we have the possibility to help you (and your family) to relocate to the Netherlands. Visit our relocation page for more information about moving to the Netherlands.

  • How often do I go to the office?

    Together with your manager, you decide how many days you and your team will be in the office. On average, this will be at least 4-8 times a month.

  • Do you help new colleagues relocate?

    Yes, we do this for most vacancies. If the vacancy you’re interested in has a relocation sign on top, it means we’ll help you (and your direct family) to relocate. You can find more information on our relocation page.

    Do I need to live in Rotterdam when I move to the Netherlands?

    No, that’s not necessary. The Netherlands is a small country, so if you want to live in Amsterdam, Utrecht, or Tilburg, that’s okay. As long as you are able to meet your team in the Rotterdam office around 4-8 times a month, you can live wherever you want.

  • Can I keep developing myself?

    Coolblue University: learning at Coolblue, in a different way.

    With over 30 training courses in our own Coolblue University, you can get a little bit better every day. At Coolblue, we go back to school sometimes. But not by sitting there quietly and just listening. The training courses aren't boring, but interactive. You have to do exercises and have discussions with others. At the Coolblue University, we choose what we want to learn, so we can continue to develop en become real experts. For example, a Delivery Driver needs different training courses than a Customer Service Employe and a starter needs different courses than a manager.

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Apply!
Like what you see? You can become a Coolbluer, apply now!
  • 1

    APPLY

    Go for it

  • 2

    PHONE CALL

    It's for you

  • 3

    1ST ROUND

    Ready, set, go

  • 4

    CASE

    Open and shut

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    2ND ROUND

    Go for the fridge

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    CONTRACT

    I do

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