Adobe today announced plans to enable developers to distribute and monetize AIR applications and games via Intel® AppUp℠ center storefronts.
Available today, the beta of Melrose, developers and publishers can sell and distribute AIR applications to potentially millions of users while monitoring sales and downloads.
For more information and examples of some cool AIR apps, please visit the press release.
Adobe is pleased to be part of the Invest in America Alliance, led by Intel, which aims to further anchor the nation’s competitiveness through long-term investment in industries and talent poised to produce the next breakthroughs in technology innovation. Participating in the Alliance directly aligns with our ongoing commitment to university recruiting and our ability to meet our goal of having new college grads make up 10-15% of our overall hiring.
Although we recently completed our on-campus recruiting efforts for the 2009-10 school year, we are still actively recruiting for both new college grad and intern positions (technical, non-technical and MBA). Check out the Careers section of Adobe.com and choose “University” in the Job Field drop-down to see the positions we are currently looking to fill.
And, look for us next fall on campuses such as Brown, BYU, Cal Poly SLO, Carnegie Mellon, Georgia Tech, MIT, Stanford, UC Berkeley, University of Washington and University of Utah as well as at the Stanford, Haas, Kellogg, Wharton and Harvard business schools.