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Friday, October 23, 2009

Geometric requires C++/VC++



This job is posted by Tushar and available at itjobsdelhi.blogspot.com
Geometric requires the following professionals:
  • C++ / VC++ Developers
    Walk in Pune/Mumbai on 24th and 31st Oct.
    Shortlisted candidates will be intimated regarding the Venue details
    To apply
    CLICK HERE
  • Experience in .Net and C#
    Positions open from Developer to Technical Architect
    To apply CLICK HERE

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