[webkit-jobs] Passionate about WebKit?
isharp at google.com
Fri Aug 28 03:56:53 PDT 2009
Are you a world class software engineer?
If having a real impact on Google's Android and Chrome OS platforms piques
your interest then check out the job description below and drop me a line at
isharp at google.com.
*Software Engineer, Browser - London* The area: Engineering
Google engineers continue to stretch the boundaries of how people connect
with information, and this extends to the company's mobile initiatives. Our
mobile applications software team includes talented engineers who work on
problems unique to mobile computing, from inception through the end of the
product development lifecycle. As such, we've designated Google's Londonoffice
as one of the company's centres of excellence for mobile development. Here,
we strive to create innovative products and services that work on mobiledevices
for those who need access wherever they go.
The role: Software Engineer, Browser - London
You will be involved in developing features at the forefront of modern
browsers for the mobile and netbook markets with an opportunity to make a
deep impact on both our Android and Chrome OS platforms.
- Working on state of the art browser projects involving Android, Chrome
OS, WebKit and V8.
- Implement cutting edge Web standards and protocols including new HTML5
- Collaborate with our global Android, Chrome, V8 and mobile teams.
- Experience working on a Web browser project. WebKit experience is a
- Strong knowledge of C++. Knowledge of Java is a plus.
- Experience with ARM is a plus.
HTML, CSS, HTTP.
- Familiarity with Unix/Linux or Windows.
- Minimum of a BSc in computer science.
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Google UK Limited
Registered Office: Belgrave House, 76 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W
Phone: +44 (0) 207 031 3117
Registered in England Number: 3977902
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