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  • C/C++ Developer (SAS GRAPH/ODS)

    Job Locations CN-11-Beijing
    Requisition ID
    20022317
    Job Category
    Research and Development
    Travel Requirements
    None
  • Company Overview

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    Description:

    This role will be part of a Beijing-based software development team to develop and maintain SAS products.

    Responsibilities:

    • Develop, maintain, and debug SAS/GRAPH, ODS products which are mostly written in C, C++ or JAVA
    • Perform development tasks including design, coding, code review, debugging, unit-testing and documentation
    • Communicate and interact with managers, developers, testers, and technical support on requirement, technical, design and support issues
    • Perform other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:

    • Experience in development with C
    • Experience in development with JAVA
    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
    • Good problem solving, interpersonal skills
    • Good communication skills, English verbal and written
    • Ability to learn and use new techniques quickly
    • Bachelor degree or above in computer science, software engineering, or equivalent
    • Experience in development with C++ is a plus
    • Knowledge of data visualization is a plus
    • Experience with Linux, z/OS is a plus 

     

     

    About SAS:
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