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[Vacancy] Python Programmer at Jakarta Indonesia

We are seeking 3 (three) *more* Python Programmer (2
and 1 senior) available for full-time work for a software
house company based in Jakarta-Indonesia. Job descriptions
as follows:

- Develop python-based inhouse application framework for
transactional, database-driven, 3-tier, business process
oriented software, using latest open source and
multiplatform GUI technology, communication protocol,
programming model, and itegration with other open source
- Work in a team of multi-developers environment working
the same suite of repository using CVS, and the
of works remotely.
- Test and test and test + release bug fixes
- Work with business consultant to analyze and implement
customer requirement into Python codes.
- Maintain all codebase, assuring high quality thin and
refactored code.

Job requirement:
- Proficient Python Language coder
- Good unix/linux background
- (Senior) have previously implement Python-based
application on business-related
- (Senior) experienced in software development projects
- (Senior) experienced in software management utility (ie:

If you meet the above requirement and are interested in
joining our development team, please send your
application+cv, including your current and expected salary
to do*********@ans .co.id or

PT Asistama Nugrama Solusindo
ASPAC Kuningan 5th Floor Suite 502
Jl. HR Rasuna Said Kav. X-2 No.4
Jakarta Selatan 12950

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