Semantic Web Jobs: Research in Motion

RIM is looking for a Software Developer in Milford, CT. The post states, "The Handheld Applications Research and Development team is looking for a highly motivated individual who is capable of demonstrating an ability to learn quickly, comfortable working independently or in a multi-disciplinary team maintaining, researching & developing cutting-edge applications/technologies for BlackBerry smart phones… If you're driven to take wireless technologies to the next level, it's time you join the team at RIM. We offer a challenging environment that fosters creativity and rewards excellence. Employees also have use of our award winning BlackBerry!"

Qualifications for the position include: "Related coursework, including co-op or intern experience,  working with C++, JAVA, C#, or equivalent, along with corresponding academic transcripts. Designing, developing and debugging multi-threaded OO applications in Java. Proficient with software engineering practices and tools, design patterns, version management and build management. Building high performance, scalable, multi-threaded client-server applications and services. Developing embedded applications for wireless devices using J2ME / Android. C/C++/C#, VBA, VB.Net. Scripting languages (e.g. PERL, JavaScript, Ruby, PHP). SQL. UNIX systems. Eclipse IDE. VisualStudio, .Net technologies. W3C / OMA standards (e.g. XML, RDF, OWL, CSS). Apache, Tomcat & Servlets SOAP/Web Services such as DOM and SAX."

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