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(2 - 10 Years) "Niyuj" Hiring: C++ Developer On Mar 2020 @ Pune



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Company:         Niyuj

Website:           www.niyuj.com

Eligibility:         Bachelors Degree

Experience:      2 - 10 yrs

Location:           Pune

Job Role:         C++ Developer/Lead (Windows)

JOB SUMMARY:

Company Profile:

In 2007, passionate technology leader – Avinash Shenoi and team of passionate and experienced professionals formed Niyuj in Pune – western India oxford with intention to bring innovation using technology at it’s peak.

Job Description:
1. Expected to work hands on and should be an expert C++ developer having worked on multithreaded server applications.

2. Should have a solid grasp of good design principles, design patterns and exposure to modern software architecture and practices.

3. Exposure to C++11, STL, Boost, Unit testing frameworks, and CI/CD practices is highly desirable.

4. For Lead role, the candidate will be required to lead a team of 4-5 engineers in developing complex backup applications running in a Windows environment.

Candidate Profile:
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Engineering or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience (First Class Mandate)

Experience: 2 - 10 Years

 













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