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J2ME porting/prgmrs - VeSaras Tech, India (Bangalore & Remote - South India) - 1/1/08

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VeSaras Technologies (India) is in partnership with MediaLead (USA), the leading Mobile Porting and QA Solutions provider for publishers, developers and operators globally.

We have immediate openings for experienced J2ME software engineers at our Bangalore Office. In addition to local candidates, we also have openings for qualified candidates capable of working independently (with minimal supervision) at remote locations in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala, as well as other states in India.

Our current projects include porting Java games and applications to a wide range of handhelds cost effectively and in a timely fashion.

Candidates should have prior demonstrated work experience in porting mobile games to handsets, developing or debugging mobile games in J2ME environment, and QA services for mobile games and application developers on a broad range of handsets. Candidates with knowledge about the mobile games industry, experience in guiding the porting process and other team members are preferred.

To apply,visit our website at http://vesaras.com or send your resume to me at JavaJobJP1_at_msvi.org.


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