Windows Mobile Developer - CE/C# - East London
Windows CE C# Embedded Software Developer - East London - up to £400 a day
(C#, Windows CE, LINQ, Agile, Multi-Threading)
An exciting new position has arisen with a leading company based in there East London offices, working with a dynamic development team. As a Mobile Device Focussed Software engineer you will be involved in all aspects of software design for a new and state of the art mobile device.
You will be responsible for the development and successful implementation of innovative high quality software throughout the whole life cycle.
You will be proactive when issues are reported and enjoy the R&D and resolution of these issues
- Loves to write excellent C# code and adhere to best programming practices
- Solid .NET knowledge and commercial experience with C#, and Compact Framework
- Windows CE embedded development
- LINQ, data access patterns, XML, Sqlite
- HTTP, networking
Nice to Have
- Experience working with mobile device platform design.
- Hardware interfacing
- Smartcards, modems
- Real-time environments
The client have already got interview slots booked out for next week, so if this is of interest then please apply with a most recent up to date CV.
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