[Twisted-Python] Mac-owning Twisted programmer(s) wanted for interactive museum project
darran at edmstudio.com
Sun Mar 29 09:41:54 EDT 2009
We are working on a large Australian museum project due to open in May
and expecting more than 300,000 visitors per year. We urgently need a
few more highly-skilled python programmers to help get us across the
finish line. On the digital side, this 10,000 square foot "Museum of
- an interactive timeline made from 14 52" touch screens.
- a 270-degree cylindrical theatre of choreographed voxpops
- touch interactives that solicit visitor opinions on museum content
- RFID-enabled passes that, among other things, provide content for
non-English speakers and accessibility to vision impaired visitors.
- roughly 45 short films spread over 20 different viewing areas
- on the technology side, we are using Twisted and CoreAnimation
through the pyObjC bridge.
If this sounds interesting and you:
- are a savvy python programmer with either extensive Twisted or
pyObjC experience, or
- are an ObjectiveC guru with CoreAnimation experience and
proficient in python
- are experienced in object-oriented software development
- can work remotely as part of our globally-distributed team
(our team has members in Czech Republic, London, Guernsey,
- have access to a Mac for local development
- are committed to unit testing (we use trial and buildbot)
- are available for full-time employment from now through the
end of May (and perhaps longer).
- are comfortable with SVN and Trac
then please contact me directly at darran at edmstudio.com. As part of
your response, please provide
- a resume, preferably focused on python and/or osx development
- a code sample demonstrating your Twisted, pyObjC or Objc prowess
- example of a unit test you've written
- your availability
- your desired hourly rate
Note, we are after Twisted python and/or CoreAnimation gurus, not
general python programmers with an interest in Mac.
P.S. Apologies if the above "job posting" isn't welcome on the list; I
looked but couldn't find any restrictions in this regard.
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