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Austin Design and Visual Arts Network Message Board › Flash Programmer Position at UT

Flash Programmer Position at UT

Howard K.
Austin, TX
Post #: 5
Just cross-posting for a friend of mine at UT looking for a Flash developer:

Here is the URL:

Here is some additional helpful information from the person looking to hire:
Hi Howard-

Yes, Flash product development (actionscript programming) is the
primary thrust (80%), however we get all manner of requests for
online products that can be done with HTML/CSS/javascript/PHP. We
prefer that the candidate has a background/familiarity/experience in
these listed technologies, since they will be deciding the best
approach as Tech lead. We don't want someone who only knows Flash
and sees all solutions as being Flash. This person will be
responsible for building highly interactive, visual, online products
that incorporate 2D &3D graphics and/or audio/video, and will be also
be training/teaching and managing a team of student workers.

Examples of projects in our lap include:
* An online aural proficiency assessment tool for foreign language,
allowing students to log-into the system, record their voice, and
faculty to review, manage and assess recordings. (Flash
communication server)
* An interactive 3D exploration of an English Garden
* An interactive 2D&3D exploration of an ancient Roman house
* A dinosaur anatomy tutorial for kids (this is a project in progress
being built by student workers, so they will have to manage and
mentor the students. This is the easiest of our projects, so the
candidate should be able to build something like this very quickly
and easily!) https://webspace.utex...­

PS- this is the webpage of the person who last held this job to get
an idea of range of ability we'd like: http://www.eganjones....­

thanks for your help!
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