C++ Programmer

C++ Programmer

Postby Pete Tabord » Tue Feb 15, 2011 4:23 pm

I'm looking for an experienced C++ programmer. The work is Ffenics related. She/he would have to be able to spend some time in North Wales in order to get 'initiated'. After that we could be flexible as to location.
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Re: C++ Programmer

Postby Graham Smith » Wed Feb 16, 2011 2:40 pm

I can spell C++, does that count for anything?

I actually did start to do some work with it, but quickly found that trying to learn a new programming language is difficult if you don't have any really good use to put it to.
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Re: C++ Programmer

Postby Pete Tabord » Wed Feb 23, 2011 8:04 am

I did say 'experienced' Graham. Experienced in C, that is :-)

But seriously, we have a need for a programmer, and assuming there are no previous DE programmers I can lure back, there will have to be a period of initial training of some weeks to get them going. And that's assuming they already do know C/C++ and the Windows API and have some familiarity with VS 2005.
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