Comos/C# Developer – Freelance

Comos/C# Developer – Freelance.

Comos/C# Developer – Freelance

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Key Information:

Job: COMOS/C# Developer

Location: Germany

Remote Possibility: Fully Remote

Contract Length: TBC

Information on COMOS:

COMOS was originally made to manage large plants. Today COMOS is sold as software for other plant companies to use. COMOS is very useful for piping diagrams, all the machinery planning, valves, pumps, motors etc.

It was originally based on Object Oriented programming and written in C++, but the new update in the latest COMOS version the internal structure has been changed significantly and it is now programmed on C# .Net instead of C++.

The search criteria:

  • Ideally this client is looking for a C# Dev who has worked on professional COMOS projects - This is not essential.
  • Very strong C# .Net Developer who has worked in SCRUM Teams and is willing to learn COMOS, or has some familiarity with it from research/personal projects.
  • Must fully understand Object Oriented programming
  • Some professional C++ projects would be useful, but that's not essential
  • German speak would be useful, not essential. English must be good

Please apply or send an email to karim.titouh@darwinrecruitment.com if you or anyone you know might be interested in this project.

Darwin Recruitment is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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