Architect – VC++/C++, MFC, Win32, .Net ASP
- Analyze and review requirements from product specifications
- Design scalable and high-performance components
- Participate in design and architectural reviews
- Create tasks from the design and provide accurate estimates
- Develop high quality code using best practices
- Provide code reviews and participate in code reviews of team member’s code
- Provide timely fixes for defects and communicate with QA for timely resolution of defects
- Follow all the engineering processes
- Practical Experience in building “somewhat” advanced WINDOWS applications (not web, not small tools). MDI interface with interdependent synchronization of active windows – an advanced GUI feature application.
- Practical experienced in application design – in such areas as:
- Product lifecycle management (new versions, customer mods, updating customers to new release, etc...)
- Maintaining (Easy to maintain, but also possibility to maintain a number of releases, since not all customers are on the same level)
- Test ability (log, trace, automatic testing- remote identifying of errors, which can be an issue when customer is located in ex, Hong Kong)
- Experience in building applications rates higher than comprehensive experience in .NET
- Experience in C++ or VB, Delphi combined with WIN32 development – of cause experience in object oriented programming would be an advantage.
- A necessity though is some practical skill in C#
- Experience in building GUIs using standard controls, third party controls - but also have tried to "extend" these controls with some native WIN32 programming to overcome shortcomings in the controls (ex. extending the functionality of the grid, implement user-drawn controls and things like that)
Please submit your CV/Resume indicating reference code: 923Monday, January 16, 2006
- B.E. /B. Tech/M.E. /M. Tech in Engineering from reputed institutions/universities with an overall aggregate of 60% (From the branches of Computer Science, Electrical and Electronics, Electronics and Communications and Information Technology).
Copyright © 2006 Symphony Service, Corp. All Rights Reserved.