Sunday, December 13, 2009

C#, .NET, Developer

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.NET Developer, C# Developer

Description

The Global OMS Team is seeking a developer to design and implement Equities Order Management Systems in C#/.NET and C++. Responsibilities include C# WPF GUI development and the creation of a GUI framework supporting “pluggable" components. Development will also entail integration of back-end SOA components in C#, C++, and some Java. Candidate should have experience in Equities Trading Systems with an understanding of Program Trading, DMA and Cash process flows. The candidate will be working directly with development managers, front-office Traders, Sales Teams and Product Development.

Accountabilities

· Collaborate with Product Development Team to build front-end workspaces in line with business requirements
· Creating POC applications to demonstrate usability and aesthetics to the front-office
· Assist in design and architecture of GUI frameworks
· Develop components to replicate functionality of legacy OMS applications including blotters, grids, order tickets and consoles
· Develop pluggable components that can be dynamically integrated into the GUI framework
· Implement re-usable SOA components and assist with documentation of interfaces to extend components to the development team

Requirements

· Extensive knowledge of C# w/WPF, ADO, XML, MS EntLib-CAB-Unity Libraries
· Development experience with C++ and Java
· Experience with of SOA best practices and concepts
· Exposure to messaging, web-services and XML libraries
· Database experience (Sybase, SQL-Server)
· Experience with Infragistics and Aleri a plus
· Multi-threading and asynchronous messaging workflows

Keith M'Sadoques, CTS

Managing Partner

ACT Consulting

453 North Main Street #234

Southington, CT 06489

860-426-8650 phone

860-371-2177 fax

860-919-5420 mobile

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visit ACT Consulting at www.act-info.com to view our open positions

Requirements .NET Developer, C# Developer

Description

The Global OMS Team is seeking a developer to design and implement Equities Order Management Systems in C#/.NET and C++. Responsibilities include C# WPF GUI development and the creation of a GUI framework supporting “pluggable" components. Development will also entail integration of back-end SOA components in C#, C++, and some Java. Candidate should have experience in Equities Trading Systems with an understanding of Program Trading, DMA and Cash process flows. The candidate will be working directly with development managers, front-office Traders, Sales Teams and Product Development.

Accountabilities

· Collaborate with Product Development Team to build front-end workspaces in line with business requirements
· Creating POC applications to demonstrate usability and aesthetics to the front-office
· Assist in design and architecture of GUI frameworks
· Develop components to replicate functionality of legacy OMS applications including blotters, grids, order tickets and consoles
· Develop pluggable components that can be dynamically integrated into the GUI framework
· Implement re-usable SOA components and assist with documentation of interfaces to extend components to the development team

Requirements

· Extensive knowledge of C# w/WPF, ADO, XML, MS EntLib-CAB-Unity Libraries
· Development experience with C++ and Java
· Experience with of SOA best practices and concepts
· Exposure to messaging, web-services and XML libraries
· Database experience (Sybase, SQL-Server)
· Experience with Infragistics and Aleri a plus
· Multi-threading and asynchronous messaging workflows

Keith M'Sadoques, CTS

Managing Partner

ACT Consulting

453 North Main Street #234

Southington, CT 06489

860-426-8650 phone

860-371-2177 fax

860-919-5420 mobile

[Click Here to Email Your Resumé] email

http://www.linkedin.com/in/dokus Linked In Profile

visit ACT Consulting at www.act-info.com to view our open positions

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