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Role: C++/C# Architect Location: Milford, MA Day 1 onsite role (Hybrid) Experience: 12+ Years Job Description: Who are we looking for? Mphasis is looking for an Architect with C# and C++ to join a dynamic team creating software that presents the capabilities and controls of scientific specialty measurement instruments for a wide range of end-user personas. The candidate will work collaboratively with the design lead, product owners, and other business stakeholders to understand requirement needs and then work further with development teams to get the requirements into marketable customer-facing products. Technical Skills: Development of different software modules using Microsoft technologies like C#, .NET and C++ for Desktop applications Develop high-level product specification and design documents Collaborate with team members and other teams to come up with technical design and architect. Aspiration to learn new technologies and techniques towards continual improvement of both the team and the product Follow an iterative agile development approach. Candidate must be highly motivated and outgoing. Behavioral Skills: Results oriented with the ability to work independently and self-manage Excellent communication and inter-personal skills Candidate must be highly motivated and outgoing Good multi-tasking abilities Qualification: University degree (preferably in a science related subject or in engineering) At least 12+ years of experience in C#/.NET, C++ Experience in interfacing devices/instruments with software applications Experience in architecting software applications using C#/C++

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