If you have been asking yourself how much .Net developers make, then this is the right place for you.
Now many know that .Net is a platform made by Microsoft – cross-platform software to be more precise. Since its launch in 2002, it has become a lot popular, and developers use it because it is easy, secure, and straightforward. The platform also supports many programming languages.
What is a Net Developer?
A net developer is responsible for producing code using .net languages such as C# and VB. A .NET developer can use .NET to build a highly distributed web application, a sophisticated desktop application, or even a modern mobile application.
In addition, Net Developers provide support and maintenance for applications. Net Developers also create accurate documentation detailing codes
Net developers with knowledge about Mono have a great advantage, as the combination of .NET and Mono allows companies to target a wider range of platforms.
According to Payscale in the UK, a junior .NET Developer with less than 4 years of experience earns an average of £38,208. A mid-career .NET Developer with 5-9 years of experience earns on average £43,370 while an experienced .NET Developer with over 10 years of experience earns an average of £47,683. Developers with more than 20 years of experience earn an average of £49,349.
A senior .NET developers should have at least a bachelor’s degree in computer science as well as between five and ten years of relevant experience and should have worked for at least four years as an application developer. According to PayScale the average salary for a Senior .NET Developer / Programmer in the United Kingdom is £44,696.
In Germany, according to the same source, Payscale, an average .Net developer salary is €49,576 annually.
Of course, the range depends on multiple factors. For example, junior developers or entry levelers receive €45,525 Mid-career .Net developers, on the other hand, receive €50,951 dollars annually. A senior developer with over ten years of experience can reach even €54,252 dollars annually.
The locations are crucial here. For example, in Munich, Bavaria .Net developers earn an average of 2.0% more than the national average. The lowest salaries compared to the national average can be found in Hamburg, Hamburg (16.8% less) and Berlin, Berlin (2.0% less).