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Thread: Object-Oriented Programming Junior position on a start up (if you want to make a difference)

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    Talking Object-Oriented Programming Junior position on a start up (if you want to make a difference)

    My client, a very innovative and disruptive startup, by mixing semantics technology and adaptative system technology, is developing a software in the cloud which allow users to have a new mobility experience where they can start a work here and finish it there without any frustration. It won´t depend on internet access and also is based on an accurate prediction tool.
    They are investing in research and innovation and want to keep on growing hiring in Madrid the appropriate candidates to match the organization.

    For now they are looking for a developer with knowledge and experience on object-oriented programming to improve their iOS, Mac and Android applications. You would be in charge of monitoring and designing the customer experience utilizing very different devices such as iBeacons, associating dynamic behaviour of the customers with the environment and working on how to use intelligently the silent notifications in the background among other innovative and intelligent features and applications.
    This is a start up and they look for startup spirit. You wouldn’t need to know all the technologies but at least be clear about the concepts and being ready to learn and to add new ideas and value to the company. You should be a good team player at the time as a problem-solver and a creative professional because the company will expect from you an active participation.

    This is a permanent position. Only European candidates or with valid work permit can be valued for legal reasons which nothing have to do with the international and openminded culture of the company.

    Do you want to accept the challenge?


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    Default Re: Object-Oriented Programming Junior position on a start up (if you want to make a difference)

    Wrong board sir?

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