C++ Unix Developer

Flexton Inc.
San Jose, United States

About Flexton Inc.

Flexton Inc. is a software development company based out of San Jose, CA with delivery centers in the U.S., offering a range of software development solutions to a variety of industries including eCommerce, telecom, finance, networking, insurance, Retail, Health care, and High tech manufacturing and software.

Job summary

  • Work closely with business partners and internal product management to acquire a deep understanding of the checkout products through Mobile web.
  • Independently build and test complex multi-tiered feature areas based on high-level requirements.
  • Work with development lead to create clean, organized code in an easily enhanced and maintained structure
  • Implement automated unit testing
  • Manage integration with the standard build and deploy process and operational tools
  • Coordinate with other teams as needed
  • Investigate live application issues; perform root cause analysis leveraging an in-depth understanding of the product domain and drive the problem resolution process through to completion
  • Write detailed technical documentation to allow easy hand-offs to other team members
  • Work effectively to foster a strong team environment

Skills & Requirements

Required Skills: 5+ years of experience Strong experience in C++ programming Experience in Perl programming desired Well versed with Oracle, Unix

Location: San Jose, CA Duration: 6-12 months+

How to apply

Please send your updated resume in word format to sugandha@flextoninc.com

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