[webkit-jobs] Webkit Opportunities
hanna at asher.com
hanna at asher.com
Wed Oct 2 10:11:20 PDT 2013
Our client is looking for an experienced software engineering to join their WebKit team. The responsibilities include software development and design for their platform, WebKit and Browser development, code debugging and optimizations.
Although this particular position is a Webkit role, they are looking for Engineers with experience with C/C++, Linux, and embedded systems development who are willing and wanting to learn webkit.
•Work with WebKit code base used to run applications on their platform and as part of Browser software stack
•Design and develop new features extending WebKit engine to support their platform and wide range of W3C standards
•Optimize performance and memory footprint by profiling WebKit engine and related software components on Linux platform
•Work closely with Browser application engineers and their Platform engineers integrating and optimizing WebKit engine
•Perform code reviews for the changes being made to WebKit codebase and Browser software stack
•Keep WebKit code base up to date with the upstream repository
•Contribute patches and fixes for upstream WebKit
•Provides guidance and mentoring to team members and colleague on areas related to WebKit and web standard
•Bachelor's or Master's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or equivalent
•Minimum 6-10 years experience
Knowledge and Skills:
•5 years C/C++ software development
•3 years embedded Linux development
•GNU tool chain, debugging and profiling
•WebKit, Qt and OpenGL experience is beneficial
•Ability to work independently and propose solutions to solve technical problems
Please call or email if you would like more information.
Rod Asher & Associates
Hanna at asher.com
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