I am looking for a software engenieer, who is able to write a program in Java, which receives quotes (bid + ask) from a foreign exchange broker / liquidity provider via a FIX API. The quotes should be put in a txt-file and a shared dll. Demo accounts for testing are going to be provided.
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Hi there I am guessing you have a web service for consumption from the forex third party. We can do it by calling that web service on periodic basis and text file can be updated. What I dont understand is how can a q Daha Fazla
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I am guy from investment banking domain . I have around 8 year of java development experience in investment banking and have experience in Fix Protocol . I have recently worked for Forex product using www.oanda. Daha Fazla
Hello I have expirience with FIX protocol and can do this task. But What do you mean under "a shared dll" ? Java doesn't provide technology like Dynamic Linked Library ( that look as *.dll files ). We can think ab Daha Fazla
Hello, M working as a freelancer since last tow years. I have done OCJP(jdk 1.6). I have experience of Java Developement. in core and advanced java both. I have work experience on struts, Spring, Hibernate, JS Daha Fazla
Hi, I am an experienced Java/J2EE developer. I have an extensive experience developing application for banks using Java and implementing FIX API. My proposal is to develop the FIX connector using QuickFix/J which I Daha Fazla
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