C++/Qt Developer

Tec Partners Limited
United Kingdom
28 Sep 2017
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Description: As a C++/Qt Developer, you'll be drawing on your know-how to deliver high quality features quickly. You will be encouraged to help solve the problems faced in this domain with the potential of bringing new technologies to the platform. You'll be knowledgeable and passionate about technology, enjoy pairing with other smart people and use agile to ensure your projects succeed. Key Responsibilities: - Develop excellent quality software using agile techniques such as Test Driven Development and Pair Programming - Take an active role in Story definition, assisting QA's and business stakeholders with Acceptance criteria - Drive best technology and software development practices into the team with passion and enthusiasm - Participate in regular showcases of new work to the product owners and business stakeholders - Strive for continuous improvement within the team Requirements/ Skills: - Strong C++ development background and comfortable working in a Linux environment - Experience with multiple UI frameworks, and exposure to Qt is highly beneficial - Regular use of agile and XP practices such as pairing and TDD are highly beneficial - Experience of development on embedded devices, graphics stacks and OpenGL would be a bonus - Working alongside creative colleagues, and bringing their work to life as faithfully as possible - Knowledge and experience of a wide range of best of breed open source and commercial technologies - Bachelors' degree or equivalent industry experience - Good communication skills - comfortable communicating at all levels At Tec Partners we are committed to being an inclusive organisation that provides equality of opportunity to all in terms of employment, recruitment and the service we provide to our customers. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.
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