| Opening: Experienced Eclipse Developer (Telecommute) [message #491779]
||Thu, 15 October 2009 18:54
| Tim Webb
Registered: July 2009
Genuitec is growing its Pulse product development team. We are seeking full-time and contract Eclipse plugin developers with strong RCP and SWT/JFace development experience. An understanding of software delivery in Eclipse is preferred. Pulse is a suite of software delivery, workspace management and team enablement products.|
This position does not require relocation; high-speed reliable Internet connection required for telecommuting. Candidates must be able to attend meetings held during normal business hours in GMT-6.
Please send your resume and experience details to:
employment (at) genuitec (dot) com
1) Excellent working knowledge of Eclipse 3.x+; preferably 3.4 and beyond
2) Minimum 2 years professional Eclipse plugin development experience
3) Experience developing Eclipse-based user interfaces with SWT/JFace
4) Familiarity with Eclipse software distribution (update sites and p2) a plus
5) Must have strong English verbal and writing skills
6) Must be highly collaborative, pragmatic and delivery focused
Genuitec L.L.C. (www.genuitec.com) is an Eclipse technology company offering innovative Eclipse-based technology products, training, and consulting services. Genuitec joined the Eclipse Foundation early in 2003 and actively participates in steering the strategy and direction of the Eclipse organization and is a member of the Eclipse Foundation's board of directors. Genuitec L.L.C. was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.
Pulse (www.poweredbypulse.com) is the leading Eclipse provisioning software allowing the installation and management of collections of software including providing team-sharing capabilities for loosely or tightly organized teams. Pulse Private Label provides an in-house option for enterprises to deploy massive Eclipse-based software deployments. Pulse is being used by individuals to manage their development stacks to small collaborative teams to companies deploying software to hundreds of thousands of desktops.
[Updated on: Thu, 15 October 2009 20:56]
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