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Software Developer

Job Title: Software Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: City of London, London
Salary: £450 - £600 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: SOFTD001_1501598112
Contact Name: Dean Hadi
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

The upcoming tasks for the role includes:

  • Scale up the infrastructure of pricing
  • Improve the platform to add on to the features
  • Expand on the trading to cover several more sports
  • Analyse the trading systems
  • Integrate the trading/bookmaker systems

What technology stack you will be working with:

  • Python (v3.4+)
  • JQuery and React
  • ZeroMQ
  • Linux servers
  • PostreSQL
  • Websockets


  • Developer with 1-5 years commercial experience
  • Software development background
  • Experience with multiple programming languages (bonus)
  • Mathematical and numerical skills (bonus)

You will be asked to take an online coding test as part of the application followed by telephone and face to face interviews.

If you suit the above criteria please submit your up to date CV to

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