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Thursday, December 10, 2009

HCL requires C++ Professional : Walk-in on 12th Dec

This job is posted by Tushar and available at itjobsdelhi.blogspot.com
HCL Hyderabad requires C++ Professional - Walk-in Interview on 12-Dec-09
Experience: 2 to 7 years

Educational qualification : MCA/B.Tech (Computers)
Mandatory Skill :

  • Hands on exp in C++ on Windows platform
  • Good C++ skills.
  • Strong coding skills is a must.

Good to have skills :

  • Standard Template Library (either experience or knowledge)
  • Exp or knowledge on product development
  • Experience in compiling code with different compilers is a plus.
Date & Time: 12th December 2009 (Between 9.30 am to 5.00 pm. )
Venue :
HCL Technologies Ltd.
Ground & First floor
Jayabheri Silicon Towers
Madhapur Road, Kondapur
Hyderabad -32

Contact Person : Vivek M V

Please carry with you your latest resume.

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