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@ SASKEN BANGALORE – WALKINS – 5/6 JANUARY 2008 January 4, 2008

Posted by oraclewalkin in Bangalore, C/C++, Symbian, VC++/MFC, walk-in, walkin.

Sasken Communication Technology Solutions 

Mobile Application Development
-> Strong C/C++ coding skills on Linux/ Unix/ EMP platform.
-> Knowledge of RTOS and embedded systems
-> Hands on experience in any of the mobile applications like PIM (phone book, date book, calendar, scheduler etc.), Messaging applications (EMS, SMS, NMS), WAP Browser, Multimedia applications (Media Player, Video Technology, Camera Applications)

-> Strong C/C++ coding skills on Symbian platform.
-> Hands on development experience in Mobile handset projects based on S60.
-> Experience on Symbian Multimedia Framework (MDF, MMF, E-CAM, Media Players).
-> Experience in Bootstrapping, Device Drivers (Display, Camera, USB, Bluetooth etc.) on Symbias OS.

GSM Development
-> Strong C/C++ & Win 32 programming skills.
-> Knowledge of COM, DCOM, ODBC middleware programming & TCP/IP network programming
-> Hands on experience in suing software tools and software engineering methods.
-> Ability to implement protocols by reading GSM and IETF related protocol standards.
-> Core network protocols implementation of call-control functions and features and SoftSwitch implementation Radio management including GSM and EDGE protocols, Network Management for GSM/IP networks.

Walk-In Interview Details
Walk-In Interview Date : 05th, 06th Jan 2008
Walk-In Interview Time : 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

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