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Looking to hire THIS month or NEXT, so it is NOT a long process thankfully.
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Looking for experienced C++ / UNIX developers. Want those who eat, sleep, breathe C++
Ideally 4-10++ years of experience.
Candidates must have:
degree in computer science
strong expertise in C++ on UNIX (preferably Linux)
Must have most of the following: STL, OOD, Threading, Boost, real-time
systems development, high-performance / low- latency systems development.
Candidate will ideally come from another financial firm with experience
in some form of automated trading development - preferably high
frequency or automated market making systems.
But, candidate from technology company like Google, who has developed a
robust, high performance C++ application will be considered so long as
their C++ skills are strong.
Below is a list of some of the specific things this developer would ideally have:
*Developing financial exchange connectivity
*Writing Linux device-drivers and/or Linux kernel programming
*Understanding of hardware architecture (microprocessors, buses, memory, etc)
*Configuring and tuning networks and NICs
*Extensive knowledge of computer network protocols (TCP, UDP
unicast/multicast) and high-performance interconnects (10Gb Ethernet,
*Profiling and optimizing software performance
*Developing with a template-based C++ library, e.g. Boost
*Programming in x86/64 Assembly language