[python-uk] Python Contractors Wanted for long term contract work..........

Rakesh Thakrar rakesh.thakrar at microcom-recruitment.com
Thu Mar 29 00:54:25 CEST 2007

Hi All,

My client is looking for 3x Python or C++ Developers to join a new and exciting R&D Project. Suitable candidates will have to demonstrate programming skills with Python or C++. Candidates with only skills in C++ must demonstrate experience/knowledge in any one of the following; QT, GTK, KDE or similar toolkits.  

This will be a long term contract based in South West of England, with the opportunity to do some telecommuting.

Please do not hesitate to call me for a detailed specification.




Rakesh Thakrar
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