Opportunity: Media Application Developer with up-and-coming

Discussion in 'Programmer Misc' started by Oliver, Apr 23, 2008.

  1. Oliver

    Oliver Guest

    Please pardon my interrruption of this technical discussion. Our
    client in Rochelle Park, NJ has entrusted us with the responsibility
    of finding them an experienced Media Application Developer. I have
    included some details below, please let me know if you or anyone you
    know may be interested:

    Our client, one of the first to make deployment of high definition
    (HD) video conferencing widely available over the internet, creates
    solutions that provide quality experiences to all environments from
    the home-office desktop to the dedicated corporate video-conferencing
    facility. The technology is based upon the H.264 Scalable Video Coding
    (SVC) standard, advanced to a higher level of realization by the same
    team that invented H.264 for video conferencing.

    Our client’s family of end-to-end solutions for OEMs and organizations
    are able to support multi-point connections that include a variety of
    different platforms ranging from Mac & Windows desktops to dedicated
    room solutions. No dedicated networks are required.

    • Extensive experience designing and developing Media Applications a
    • CS degree with at least 5 years of industry experience
    • C/C++ programming experience required
    • Experience with WSDL, XML/XSD, HTML
    • TCP/IP programming experience required
    o (for Windows) Extensive experience with Win32 GUI required
    o (for Mac) Extensive experience with Cocoa GUI, Core Animation and
    OpenGL required
    • Knowledge of cross-platform GUI development an advantage
    • Developing communication applications an advantage

    Salary will be in the range of $100K-$120K depending on experience
    plus benefits and stock options.

    Please Reply To:
    Oliver Eaton
    Recruiting Manager
    Comprehensive Search Inc.
    (732) 450-1100 x-114

    Thanks in Advance!
    Oliver, Apr 23, 2008
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