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\nSenior Developer / Manager with Java and SQL for Telco Big Data Pioneer\n\n\nWe are looking for a Senior Developer ready to confidently apply a solid technical and managerial skillset to create new or upgrade current solutions, proposing and defending innovations.\n\nYou will be using your experience as a Senior Developer to create and upgrade solutions which interact with the mobile telecommunications core network, familiarising yourself with a multitude of mobile telecommunications protocols, standards and infrastructure variations of those standards. mCentric solutions range from Data Plan Management, xDR Navigation, SIM Registration, Voucher Services, and other basic mobile network solutions which in turn are feeding its data into a dynamic and intelligent promotions platform allowing for precise Microsegmentation applied to intelligent and interactive promotions and reporting. Our solutions are responsible for dealing with billions of events processed per day, millions of concurrent user sessions, and are expected to deliver results in real time. To handle the demand, several of the solutions are built over a Big Data structure. In fact, mCentric solutions are running over the first BDA installed in Africa.


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