C++ Analyst Programmer
C++ Developer up to $105,000
C++ Developer required for a permanent role based in North Sydney.
Develop, maintain and provide production support for a pricing application using VB.NET Client, C++ server on UNIX and an Oracle Database.
- Familiar with C++, VB.NET, PL/SQL
- Scripting languages (Perl, Korn shell)
- 5 + years commercial experience involving production support, analysis, design, coding, testing and implementation
- Experience with formal development methodologies.
- Production of technical documentation including technical specifications, operating instructions, test plans etc.
- Present recommendations of solutions to clients and team members.
- UNIX and an Oracle Database.
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Contact Name: Christina Myles
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