Posted on Nov 02 2015 (over 7 years ago)
Dialy is a leading mobile services provider in Morocco, Founded as a mobile gatways startup in 2001. In 2010 Dial Technologies joined the OmniData group.
Now Dialy Technologies is working to deliver high-quality products with our partners, such as GameLoft, InfoBip, P&G, MySportner and Nissan.
We are looking for experienced mobile developers to lead product implementation with our partners.
Own the entire implementation process from design to release for customer products.
Evaluate new technologies and device platforms and provide feasibility assessments and accurate estimates for project implementations
Work on both effectively crafting an optimal user experience and architecting scalable and reliable systems
Develop unit tests and useful code documentation
Use your expertise in the Android platform to define an innovative roadmap for the product
You must have worked on a product that is now being used by real users.
DUT, License, Bachelor, or Master in Computer Science or related fields.
1 or 2 year equivalent work experience
Programming experience in Java, Objective-C, or Swift
Experience in mobile application development.
You have more chances if you have some of the qualifications bellow:
Deep understanding of the android operating system or iOS limitations.
Strong foundation in software engineering Design Patterns and object oriented programming.
Good software development practices: continious integration, code versioning (git), test driven development.
Understanding Multi-Threading and memory management specific to mobile devices.
Understanding of caching mechanisms and techniques.
Health Insurrance (RMA wattanya).
In-work developer training program.
15 minutes to Train Station Guarre Oasis (Tram + walking)
20 minutes to Train Station Casa Port (Tram + walking)
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