— C++, STL, boost (3+ years of experience)
— OOP, design patterns
— Windows, Linux proficiency
— at least intermediate English level
— Knowledge of the compiler construction principles (flex/bison)
— OSX proficiency
— Challenging tasks to develop your mastery and feed your curiosity.
— Talented and open-minded team.
— Comfortable office just a step away from the Kharkiv city center, near the metro station “Botanichniy Sad”.
— Fully-stocked break room with complimentary snacks and drinks.
— Nice view from the window.
— 20 working days of paid vacation.
— Paid sick leave.
— Flexible working schedule.
— Trainings and education.
— English classes.
— Annual bonuses from the product sales.
— Enough space around the office building to park a car.
Lycia — an all in one software suite that edits, compiles and deploys the Informix® 4GL language and forms of the legacy applications, and executes them in a modern and technologically open context.
— A Development Studio based on Eclipse, using the 4GL language,
— A graphic Interactive Debugger
— A graphic Form Designer
— A graphic Report Writer
— API’s to integrate other languages, message queueing, applications and BOTS
— Application Servers and Web Servers for runtime
Lycia is the rebirth of Hydra 4GL — a preceding 4GL compiler developed by Querix and still widely used by various companies across the globe: Thomson Reuters, AT&T, FIS, infor, the Navigator Company, etc.
4GL App Analyser — a toolbox developed to automatically generate documentation for the 4GL apps.
DBT — Application migration tool for move apps from Oracle to MS SQL. New to the market. We anticipate its further compatibility with all mainstream RDBMSs.
— No need to retrain the users to work with the updated apps, as their look and feel won’t change.
— No need to reverse engineer your apps to make sure the workflows were preserved.
— No need to rewrite your apps, as we don’t touch the source code.
— No need to teach your staff new programming languages. They can keep writing code (to modify the apps) as they are writing it for Oracle, and this will work.