Wednesday, March 29, 2017

TPF Developer || Denver, CO


Here is our Implementing partner Requirement.

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Role :    TPF Developer

Location : Denver, CO

Job Description:

Client: TCS


Job Description:

Mandatory Technical / Functional Skills                :

 • 6+ years experience developing, deploying or supporting commercial, customer facing TPF mainframe solutions utilizing C/C++, Assembler.

• 2-3 years of work experieence on z/TPF  with Toolkit/zTPF GI experience

• Experience in SABERTALK is a plus

• Prolog experience is nice to have.

• Experience on the Worldspan or Galileo or Apollo systems is a plus.

• Expeience in Edifact/TTY/ Tapes is a plus

• Airline domain experiences in Reservation & DCS Areas preferred

• Experiences in Onsite/offshore model preferred.

• Good verbal and written communication skills.


Roles and responsibility:


•To perform code development, maintenance and testing.

• To fix application issues and code irregularities.

• To interpret written business requirements and technical specification documents.

• Provide programmatic resolution for identified application defects, as defined by company's customer base.

•  Provide application support functions on as-needed basis when required by Data Center. This may include tasks such as monitoring program loads and data transmissions from external vendors, etc.

• Understands impact on adjacent systems and long term impact of technical decisions.

• Ensures high quality code is delivered that meets specifications.


Desirable Technical / Functional Skills:


• Airline/GDS Experience

• Experience in Prolog /other Open technologies



Thanks & Regards,

Neha Gupta

Desk no : 609-853-0818 Ext-2105
Fax :   609 799 5746











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