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(3+ Years) "Morgan Stanley" Hiring: Developer - C++ On Aug 2018 @ Mumbai



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Company:       Morgan Stanley

Website:          www.morganstanley.com

Eligibility:       Bachelor's Degree

Experience:    3+ yrs

Location:         Mumbai

Job Role:        Developer - C++

JOB SUMMARY:

Company Profile:

Morgan Stanley is rooted in communities around the world—which means a unique opportunity to commit ourselves to philanthropy and public works.

Job Description:

Skills Desired:
1. C++ programming. Should be comfortable with pointers, data structures, algorithms and OOP

2. Knowledge of scripting including Python would be very useful

3. Understanding of multi threading and asynchronous concepts.

4. Experience working with complex frameworks and distributed environments.

5. Exposure to stl, RogueWave, boost, C++11/14/17 etc. is desirable

6. Preferably should be unix/linux leaning but candidates from a windows background who have worked on complex server side application code are also welcome.

7. You should be aware of operating systems internals

8. Familiarity with full life-cycle software development in a team environment

9. Good communication skills

Candidate Profile:
Qualification:
Bachelor's in Engineering, preferably Computer Science, from a top tier university

 













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