Android Job at ISUN Chennai for Freshers

Company –   ISUN INDIA

Job Role – Android Application Developer

Eligibility – Any UG or PG degree with good academic background

Experience – 0 to 3 years of Experience

Location – Chennai

Job Description

As an Android Developer on our Team, You will work on both software and hardware field and to Develop important components for Android based applications.

Good communication skills and Good attitude is required.

Development of Android applications in different components

Working on GUI for commercial android applications

Integrate developed android components into android application framework

Excellent knowledge in Data Structure

Knowledge in Eclipse

Good Programming knowledge in JAVA, J2EE, JSP, JDBC, Servlets

Knowledge in File system API and various Frameworks in Android

Good Knowledge in software enlargement tools

Fascinated in CROSS mobile phone application development.

Creating Android application for commercial purpose

Android Fragmentation and how to deal with this in Design flow

Contact Person – ISUN INDIA

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Company Profile – The sales team is planned in such a way to tap each market of Indian states. So as a part of our team, you would make your remarkable records in various Indian States with your own ISUN INDIA sales team.


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