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Mac OS X 10.7 to have New Revolutionary Feature Focused in WWDC 2011
Apple has posted a new job opportunity, it need skilled senior software engineer who will introduce a new Revolutionary Feature in Mac OS X 10.7. Apple says that this new feature is something that has never been done before and it will surprise both of us. Check the job description below..
Are you looking to help create something totally new? Something that has never been done before and will truly amaze everyone? Are you excited by the prospect that what you helped create would be used every day by millions of Apple customers? Then come and work on with the Mac OS X software engineering team to help build a new and revolutionary feature for Mac OS X.
We are looking for a senior software engineer to help us create a revolutionary new feature in the very foundations of Mac OS X. We have something truly revolutionary and really exciting in progress and it is going to require your most creative and focused efforts ever.
An ideal candidate will have a degree in Computer Science (or equivalent), five years of professional experience developing C / C++ / Objective-C libraries or frameworks for use on end user systems, experience with developing for Internet technologies and services, and a passion for doing “really hard” things that have never been done before.
An exceptional candidate will also have up close and personal experience with the HTTP protocol as well as other protocols layered atop it, have participated in or lead the architecture of large web scale systems, have shipped multiple “platforms” for use by millions of users.
Additional Desired Skills and Experience:
– Mac OS X platform development experience
– Knowledge of Objective-C
– UNIX development experience
– BS in Computer Science or equivalent; 5+ years experience
This Mac OS X 10.7 will be Focused in WWDC 2011 as Mac OS X didn’t take it’s right position in the last years of WWDC. [via Redmondpie]