Senior Software Engineer - Android
- Warszawa, mazowieckie
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Warsaw Software Development Center plays a crucial role in Viacom`s global engineering organization. Currently we are looking for a rock solid Senior Software Engineer - Android. We need someone with at least four years of experience and deep understanding of core concepts of android development and with lead experience on numerous android projects.
Senior Software Engineer - Android
Job ID#: SrSEA
As a Senior Software Engineer - Android you will be responsible for developing and building engaging Nickelodeon mobile applications focused on the Android platform. You will solve challenging Android development concerns when it comes to user experiences for children and assist in the technical development and component integration from internal and third party vendors.
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*What does the “GDPR” mean?
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