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.NET Developer with strong Automotive Diagnostic experience

Company Name:
Lorven technologies Inc
Our Direct Integration Client is looking for a .NET Developer with Automotive Diagnostic experience for a Long Term Project in Detroit MI below is the Detail requirement
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Title : .NET Developer with Automotive Diagnostic experience
Location : Detroit MI
Duration : Long Term
Rate : Open
Job Description:
Support and sustain previously released versions
Perform development tasks as assigned via our change management system
Generate and analyze user requests and software requirements
Develop and support engine electronic diagnostic tools
Develop and support engine electronic flashing tools
Develop and execute feature and system test plans
Develop prototype screens for customers to review and provide feedback
Assist the project architect on detailed design direction
Drumroll Core, Panel and other UI work (ex: multiple language support)
Necessary support for existing and new Model Year engine releases
Necessary support for G-Transmission releases
Necessary features, enhancements and bug fixes for Drumroll 7.11 / 8.00 /8.01 and beyond (version numbers may change for commercial reasons)
Necessary support for existing and new Model Year vehicle releases
Required Skill Sets:
(Required) Proficient and practical experience with .NET, C# and XML
(Required) Know your role and work within the team constructs and quality processes
Experience with electronic engine and vehicle controllers
Understand J1939, UDS or CAN communication protocols
Experience integrating diagnostic content with diagnostic and flashing tools "

Thanks & Regards

Lorven Technologies Inc,

101, Morgan Lane, Suite 209

Plainsboro, NJ-08536

Email:

Web: www.lorventech.com
Lorven Technologies, Inc. is SBE/MWBE Certified

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