Recruiting Success Stories:
Featured Placement – Tung (Donny) Hsieh
Software Developer – Mobile/iPhone Marketing
A leading mobile retail marketing company focused on using wireless technologies to drive consumers into stores hired Redfish Technology to help them acquire top iPhone development talent. This exciting company has earned numerous mobile and innovation awards for its proprietary mobile applications, Read more »
This week’s top priorities, hot opportunities, and great all around career positions:
#16429 Quality Engineer – EV-HEV. Power Mgmt & Conversion Systems.
#16213 Project Procurement Engineer. Fuel Cell-Clean Power.
#16199 Mechanical Engineer-Backup Power. Fuel Cell-Clean Power.
#16197 Test and Validation Engineer – Back-up Power. Fuel Cell-Clean Power.
#16198 Senior Systems Engineer- Back Up Power. Fuel Cell-Clean Power.
#16215 Manufacturing Engineer-Operations. Fuel Cell-Clean Power.
#16214 Quality Engineer-Operations. Fuel Cell-Clean Power.
#16206 Principal Electrical Electronic Eng – Backup Power. Fuel Cell-Clean Power.
#16382 Program Manager – EV-HEV. Power Mgmt & Conversion Systems.
#16357 Software Engineer – EV-HEV. Power Mgmt & Conversion Systems.
#16373 Electrical Engineer – EV-HEV. Power Mgmt & Conversion Systems.
#16250 Wind Energy Project Manager. Renewable Energy.
#16156 Engineer II Embedded Test. Renewable Wind Turbines
#15665 Senior Mechanical Engineer – Structural Analysis. Renewable Energy Wind Turbines
#16313 Regional Director, Sales – Western U.S. Wind Turbine Manufacturer.
#16305 Regional Sales Manager – Northeast. PV Inverter Company.
#16038 Senior Controls Engineer. Renewable Wind Turbines
High Tech Sectors
#16435 Senior Ruby on Rails Project Lead. Developer for Fantasy Games
#16415 UI Designer. Mobile Infrastructure Products.
#16132 Principal Software Engineer. Wireless Optimization Products.
#15970 Architect Wireless-Mobile. Wireless Optimization Products.
#16133 Corporate Account Executive. 3D Conceptual Mapping.
#15848 Sales Account Executive. Software-Digital Media.
#16299 Business Development Manager-Director. Software as a Service.
#16265 Application Engineer. 3D Conceptual Mapping.
#16300 Senior Product Manager. Software as a Service.
#16204 Senior Software Engineer. Mobile Web Services.
#16177 Linux Systems Administrator – TelecomVoIP.
#16333 Voice Applications Developer-Mobility Applications. Telecommunications.
#16298 Software Engineer – Java. On-line Travel Market.
#16314 Senior LAMP Developer. Mobile Marketing Solutions.
#16304 Senior PHP Software Developer. Educational-Web Software.
#16372 iPhone Application Engineer. Mobile Apps – iPhone.
#16306 Senior Software Architect-Solutions. Mobile Banking.
#16342 Senior Solution Engineer. Mobile Banking.
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iPhone v. Android
Apple has booted Flash and other technologies from the iPhone. The new iPhone developer license restricts a number applications built with technologies including Unity, Titanium, MonoTouch, and Flash CS5, prompting Adobe to abandon further iPhone apps development and to warn developers that Apple may remove content and applications created with Flash from the iTunes store.
Apple’s move constricting iPhone developers is not being well received in many camps. Mike Chambers, Adobe Principal Product Manager for Flash, has written an interesting article on this subject. Chambers writes that “there is no technical reason that Flash can’t run on the iPhone” and that now Adobe will be focusing on other platforms, namely Android.
Android phones and tablets have been running Flash and other technology that Apple has excluded. 80% of internet sites have some form of Flash, and it is rather easy to port games created with Flash that target the iPhone to target other operating systems, such as Android – good news for gamers and all the rest of us.
Will Apple’s iPhone closed platform decision mark a major shift in development of apps? Apple’s first quarter 2010 earnings report showed iPhone sales up 131%, so maybe they won’t notice right away.
TechSpot: Adobe halts further iPhone development, focuses on Android
Mike Chambers: On Adobe, Flash CS5 and iPhone Applications
Will the Android Market suddenly see an influx of Flash-based apps?
Apple vs. Adobe Flash War: Winners and Losers