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Monday, October 26, 2009

IBM requires Software Developer (C, Unix Internals, multi threading)



This job is posted by Tushar and available at itjobsdelhi.blogspot.com
IBM - is looking for Software Developer (C, Unix Internals, multi threading) for IBM ISL
Experience: 2 - 5 years
Location: Bangalore

Desired candidate must have strong UNIX internals skills with sound knowledge and experience on C, C++. Must be from a product development background.

Skills that are must:
  • Sound experience & tech skills on C & C++
  • Must have good experience on OS concepts like Multi threaded programming, networking - Unix Internals. Computer architecture knowledge

    Skills Good to have:
  • Power architecture knowledge, multi core processor knowledge, Any processor architecture knowledge

    To apply through Naukri.com : CICK HERE

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