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Software Engineer in San Mateo, CA



$100K - $150K*


Systems Architecture & Engineering, Software Development


5 - 7 years

Job Description

Key Roles & Responsibilities

Develop SAP solution through NetWeaver portal for web/pocket PC client based on GuiXT server with Win32 programming. Detailed job duties include the following

  • Develop new features, maintain feature set and debug/fix any issues reported by customers and in house for all GuiXT product utilizing Visual Stuido on multiplatform such as Windows Server products to Mobile PCs;
  • Program multithreading and inter-process communication for product synchronizations


  • Bachelors Degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechatronic Engineering or a related field and at least five years progressive experience in the field of software design and development.
  • Must have experience in desktop and mobile application development on Windows platform using C/C++, Win32 and experience in multithreading, inter-process communications.
  • Must have completed at l
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Valid through: 2020-5-14

About Synactive, Inc

The Synactive Theory of Newborn Behavioral Organization and Development (Synaction n., or Synactive adj. [from the Greek syn “together” and the Latin actio “action,” resulting in: “together in action”]) suggests that development of the human fetus, and later newborn, proceeds through the constant balancing of approach and avoidance behaviors, leading to: 1) a continuous interaction of the subsystems (i.e., Autonomic, Motor, State and Attention/Interaction, and Regulatory) and their increasingly defined delineations within the organism, that is the infant, and 2) the organism’s interaction with the environment at large. This process is aimed at bringing about the increasingly well-defined species-unique developmental agenda. Figure 1 (below), provides a graphic representation of the Synactive Theory of development, as applied to both fetal and newborn stages. It focuses upon the infants within-organism, four subsystems of functioning, and their continuous interaction with each other and with the environment across time (i.e., “together in action,” or synaction). The four subsystems include the: Autonomic Subsystem: Expressed in the pattern of respiration (e.g., fast, slow, pauses) color changes (e.g., pink, pale, red), neurological indicators (e.g., seizures, tremulousness), and visceral or gut signals such as bowel movements, gagging, and hiccoughing;
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