Whether you want to hire one C/C++ or build a product development team, our model is flexible enough to meet your needs. Possessing a significant pool of the best IT talents, we at Qubit Labs will be glad to select C developer for your project, guaranteeing high quality, attractive pricing and more.
Your team will work remotely and be fully dedicated to your company and product. Long-term cooperation and direct communications ensure high developer’s commitment and loyalty. Develop your product together with motivated C programmers while we cover all back-office processes, recruiting, retention and provide a social package for your C/C++ team.
Qubit Labs is an EU-based outsourcing company. Main services are: setting up extended teams, launching R&D centers, IT relocation – Qubit Labs is flexible in terms of service model to meet every client’s need. Every team is hired on the base of the client’s requirements and needs. Our key clients are from the USA, European countries and the Middle East operation in various business fields.
We can hire highly skilled coders who are real experts in C and C++ development services and set up a highly successful product team for your company.
Qubit Labs hire developers from top outsourcing locations such as:
Tell us more about the tech stack, team structure and specific requests and requirements you have. Based on them we show you expected budget and start recruitment process for free.
Get the CVs of vetted developers during the first week. Then you interview best ones and make final hiring decision. On average it takes 4-6 weeks to find and hire developers our clients need.
We provide hardware, back-office support for your development team. You can use online tools to set up processes and integrate developers into your organization structure.
Enjoy your fully integrated team working remotely. We support retention, HR management, payrolls and accounting; provide hardware and social package.
Start developing your project without investing time and efforts in a recruiting and team management. Hire dedicated C/C++ developers with required skills and experience.
With Qubit Labs, you can save up to 60% of costs, because of our unique business model. Your exclusive team will increase output while reducing costs.
Each programmer you hire works exclusively on your project. Ensure smart communication and transparent reporting for each developer you hire.
Qubit Labs has a qualified team of internationally certified IT Recruiters and HR professionals with more than 10 years of experience in the IT market.
Flexible contracts with simple monthly billing. No hidden cost! We cover HR management, payroll, taxes and other administrative routine for you.
Use our pool of 5000+ qualified tech candidates to build and manage the best software development teams. Hire one developer or set an offshore development center in less than 4 weeks.
While C++ and C programming isn’t “fancy” and software engineers working in these languages aren’t getting all the headlines, these are the workhorses behind the majority of programs and parts of other languages. So the thirst for C and C++ developers is never quenched.
This makes your screening process to hire a C developer all the more important – what do you look at? What questions do you ask? Etc.
The answers to those are:
Why ask this: This will allow the programmer to show their fundamental knowledge and understanding of the languages. It will also show you if they see C++ as a separate complex language or just an addition to C.
Why ask this: This will let you in on the candidate’s knowledge of the fundamental way C works with memory.
Why ask this: To see the degree to which the person understands the basics of C++.
Why ask this: This open question will give a good idea of the candidate’s view of the fields, knowledge of alternatives, and understanding of solution trade-offs.
Why ask this: To get a feel of the candidate’s knowledge and understanding of libraries.
Why ask this: A good software engineer will be able to show extensive knowledge of a major change that took place with the introduction of C++11.
Why ask this: This will let you see if the candidate keeps up with the language changes and is aware of the difference in coding idioms in different versions of the language.
Why ask this: To see the degree to which the candidate is familiar with the advancements C++ has made since C++03 and understands them.