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C++ Software Developer (Asynchronous, Low Latency Caching)

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Recruiter
Harrington Starr
Posted
07 February 2014
Closes
07 March 2014
Ref
C++H20 7.2
Contact
Dan Stewart
Function
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
£45000 - £65000 per annum + Benefits + Bonus

Further information

C++ Software Developer (Asynchronous Libraries, Boost, STL, Data Structures, Linux, Unix, Low Latency, Virtual Caching memory, socket layers)

European Electronic Trading Exchange - London City

£45,000 to £65,000 + Benefits + Bonus

A revolutionary European Electronic Exchange are seeking a C++ Software Developer (Low Latency, Boost) to build a 3rd generation greenfield derivatives etrading platform for the major financial institutions in London and mainland Europe.

As the C++ Software Developer (Low Latency) you will be using your previous C++ development experience to adapt to a new age way of high performance development with ultra-low latency trading and high throughput market connectivity technology. The project still has many elements of design, you will be involved in the low level socket level right and messaging architecture working with experience exchange platform development professionals that you can boost your own skills from.

Key requirements;

  • Strong C++ Development experience (Essential)
  • Boost, STL, Asynchronous Library experience (Highly Beneficial)
  • Linux / Unix commercial experience (Required)
  • Problem solver happy to grow entire departments from infancy into established market leading teams (Required)

The company has a wealth of senior experience steering the company with innovation to the forefront of trading technology. You will be picking up the skills with the broad challenges that come from design and development of world class financial technology, which if you weren't challenged enough, you will also picking up valuable industry knowledge from a lucrative global industry.

C++ Software Developer (Asynchronous Libraries, Boost, STL, Data Structures, Linux, Unix, Low Latency, Virtual Caching memory, socket layers)

Harrington Starr