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iPhone OS Teleport Engineer
Spark Mobile is looking for two full-time contract-to-permanent developers to build the next generation of TourWrist, the app that turns a standard iPhone into the world‚Äôs first teleportation device. Created with OpenGL ES, TourWrist is no flashlight app, so bring your advanced skills and work on the huge list of improvements.
Ideally, we would like to find one junior and one senior developer, so invite a friend to apply if they are better than you or will be soon.
Interested? We are looking for developers with...
- A strong computer science background.
- Applied knowledge of Objective-C and the Cocoa Touch framework.
- App development and App Store publishing experience.
- Familiarity with Apple's Human Interface Guidelines.
- A desire to consistently get better and keep learning.
- The ability to work effectively at an office and from home.
- At least one shirt from ThinkGeek.
Strengths in the following areas place you above those without:
- Core Graphics/OpenGL ES
- Facebook Connect
- Core Data
- XMPP and/or RESTful app integration
- PHP 4 and 5 web development. Even teleports run on LAMP.
Be familiar with some of the Apple performance tools, too. You don‚Äôt need to be expert yet, but be willing to become one:
- Clang static analyzer
- Instruments, including UIAutomation
To apply and work with us:
- Download TourWrist. Use it. Explore. Know your product.
- Email me - jd [at] sparklabs.com - with your experience, samples of your work (preferably links to the App Store or at least shared projects online) and what excites you about working on this product.
- Do well on your phone and/or video interview.
- If you are asked to join the team, you can start from home anywhere in the US (sorry, no overseas applicants at this time) as soon as May 1.
- Make plans to live in Tampa, Florida, the home of Spark Mobile. No relocation, except maybe gas money, so you aren't here you will need to pack your own bag when the time comes. Your shiny new iMac will be waiting on your desk when you arrive.
Edited by Joseph DeSetto on Apr 20, 2010 3:13 PM
We are still looking for quality, reliable developers to fill these positions. Please pass this job listing to friends in the development community if you know anyone looking. Thanks.