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experience with Microsoft C#
Developer in iOS and Android
experience with MVVM pattern
Experience in end-to-end enterprise mobile development lifecycle with the understanding of application distribution, Mobile Application Management, Mobile Information Management, mobile security, and connectivity.
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You will be part of the pioneering Frontend development team. You will have autonomy to develop a number of new features for one of the most innovative and pioneering trading platforms on the market.
A multiple award winning and world leading trading platform provider based in central London. You will be working for a company dedicated to delivering innovation and technology to push the boundaries of the market.
You will be part of the ever growing Frontend team developing new features for one of the most innovative and pioneering trading platforms on the market.
Partner with the Design team to review and provide feedback on user interface designs for a phenomenal global user base.
Working alongside the Java Server Team offering feedback, integrating components, and giving exposure to the Back End system.
Located centrally you will be in touching distance of everything London has to offer.
Commercial experience of GUI development in a browser environment running across web and mobile.
Good understanding of CSS
Solid understanding of cross-browser/platform issues and solutions.
Experience with design patterns especially MCV and MVVM and templating languages
Knowledge of state-of-the-art software architecture principles, software design principles, IOC, domain-driven design, design patterns and OOP