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Real-Time Innovations is hiring an Eclipse Developer [message #1052974] Wed, 01 May 2013 12:56 Go to next message
Ken Brophy is currently offline Ken Brophy
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Registered: May 2013
Location: Pittsfield, Massachusetts
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Senior Software Engineer - Tools Product team, Sunnyvale, CA or Granada, Spain

The Internet changed the way people interact. The next wave of computing, machine-to-machine (M2M) networking, will change the way machines interact. Sometimes called the Internet of Things or the Industrial Internet, fast, flexible connected devices will enable a new generation of distributed intelligent systems. RTI is leading this wave; our software provides the core nervous system of hundreds of mission-critical systems, from wind farms to smart cars to autonomous airplanes.

RTI has the key technology. Our product features direct peer-to-peer connections, reliable multicast, automated participant discovery, and unique, contractual quality-of-service control. Our software connects devices, providing timely and reliable information. Powerful, easy-to-use tools are critical to configure, administer and monitor the distributed infrastructure.

As a software engineer in the tools product team, your focus will be to develop innovative tools which both simplify the complexities of a large distributed systems, as well as allow the user to drill down and understand the behavior of single data publisher in the system. Our team values creativity, risk-taking, innovation, and open communication. Come develop technology that will drive the development of real-time distributed, mission-critical systems.

Responsibilities

Implementation of development, administration and monitoring tools. This includes:

  • Designing, prototyping, estimating, coding, testing, documenting and maintaining tools products. You will work closely with the Tools lead and Product Manager.
  • Developing and maintaining professional User Interfaces (UI) by creating wireframes, prototypes and translating requirements, use cases, and/or abstract conceptual ideas into inventive visual interfaces.
  • Support tools usability studies.


Requirements


  • Advanced degree in Computer Science or related field
  • 5+ years experience developing multi-threaded Eclipse plug-ins and Rich Client Platforms (RCP) applications using JFace/SWT
  • 5+ years experience developing multi-platform User Interface applications on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
  • Java and C/C++
  • Knowledge and interest in distributed systems, peer-to-peer networks, and/or computer networks
  • Be successful working in a highly distributed team
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills


Please send your resume to DS021jobs@rti.com

About RTI

We offer an attractive compensation package consisting of competitive salary, company performance-based bonus plan, medical, dental, vision, life, flexible spending accounts, 401(k), and LPP grants.

We seek people who share the company's values of education, extraordinary commitment to employees, technology, customers and the pursuit of excellence.

Equal Opportunity Employer
Re: Real-Time Innovations is hiring an Eclipse Developer [message #1095639 is a reply to message #1052974] Tue, 27 August 2013 06:22 Go to previous message
Michael Stein is currently offline Michael Stein
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Registered: August 2013
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After reading the features I have come to conclusion that RTI seems to be pretty reliable product but some of these features are already provided by some major timekeeping software. For instance they provide apart from online attendance system full control and sharing of employees database anywhere around the world. And that makes them more powerful software in the business.
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