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R&D Software Engineer

Job Title: R&D Software Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Middlesex
Salary: £300 - £301 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
REF: J7257_1487848043
Contact Name: Clara Moretti-Greene
Contact Email:
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

Windows Software Engineer - R&D

Day Rate: £300

Contract Length: 12 Months

Location: Middlesex

Looking for a Software Engineer to develop new products maintain and improve the functions of existing products.

Must have strong experience of working on windows platforms, strong C++ and C# experience and have the ability to work autonomously and manage your own projects.

  • Software architecture design
  • Windows/MacOS platform software development
  • Mobile apps (Android/iOS) development
  • Software debug and diagnostics
  • Producing detailed design proposals and technical specifications
  • Writing test cases and automated testing
  • Making and challenging architectural decisions

Key Words:

Windows / MacOS / Android / iOS / Mobile apps / C++ / C# / Java / C / Software Engineer / Web application development

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