Junior Software Engineer<SOLVED>



  • THIS POSITION IS NOW CLOSED

    We are a small company based in Somerset in the South West of England that designs and manufactures advanced borehole seismic equipment for permanent seismic monitoring, seismic interpretation & seismic acquisition.
    We are currently looking to recruit a junior software engineer to join our team.
    The prerequisites for this position are

    • Knowledge of C++
    • Knowledge of UML

    Our company website : :http://www.avalonsciences.com
    More details can be found here :http://www.avalonsciences.com/userfiles/file/junior_software_engineer.pdf
    Please let me know if you are interested so we can discuss this in more detail

    Graham Labdon
    Avalon Sciences Ltd

    graham.labdon@avalonsciences.com



  • Requiring the programmer to use Visual Studio?

    Well, I should say it's a strange requirement (non-portable tech) when you post in a forum about one of the best supporting cross-platform/portable frameworks.


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    [quote author="vinipsmaker" date="1391140627"]Requiring the programmer to use Visual Studio?

    Well, I should say it's a strange requirement (non-portable tech) when you post in a forum about one of the best supporting cross-platform/portable frameworks.[/quote]There are plenty of developers out there who write Qt software in Visual Studio.



  • [quote author="JKSH" date="1391142426"][quote author="vinipsmaker" date="1391140627"]Requiring the programmer to use Visual Studio?

    Well, I should say it's a strange requirement (non-portable tech) when you post in a forum about one of the best supporting cross-platform/portable frameworks.[/quote]There are plenty of developers out there who write Qt software in Visual Studio.[/quote]

    Do they tie their code to Visual Studio build system and make it non-portable or do they use qmake?

    I stand my point. It's a strange requirement.



  • bq. Do they tie their code to Visual Studio build system and make it non-portable or do they use qmake?

    You can use Qt libraries/frameworks in any IDE you want. As @JKSH already wrote, for example I use VisualStudio for Windows and XCode for MacOSX. VisualStudio has a lot of useful plug-ins. XCode has the brilliant profiler where you can test your application against leaks, allocations, time profiler, etc, etc. Both IDE are superior to QtCreator.



  • Let me clarify
    We are primarily targeting windows as currently all our customers are using windows. As well as multi platform support Qt supports multi languages which is a real must for our applications.

    If a customer requests Linux or MacOSX support we will export the code and compile for that platform.
    We are using VS because it integrates very nicely with our source control system and our software modelling tools.

    Having said that it seems to me that this is not the correct place for this discussion


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