Posts tagged "developers"

March 12, 2011

Looking for some experienced white-box quality engineers!

I’ve just posted two new job openings to the Adobe jobs website.

check ‘em out:
Computer Scientist, Quality Engineering – Mobile Photography Products (08478)
Computer Scientist, Quality Engineering – Mobile Photography Products (08481)

This is a really exciting opportunity to build something brand new! here is more info about the gig:

Computer Scientist, Quality Engineering – Mobile Photography Products

Position Summary

A brand new product team in the Professional Digital Imaging group is looking for experienced white box quality engineers with a passion for Photography to help us create an entirely new product family as part of one of the world’s most recognized brand names. Do you have good coding skills and a commitment to the art and science of producing quality products? If you enjoy working with advanced technologies, aren’t intimidated by aggressive goals, and have a proven commitment to delivering great software, this may be the role for you.

Responsibilities

* Ability to work in an agile development environment.
* Interest in developing test tools and infrastructure for new coding models and languages.
* Work closely with developers on the design and specification of features.
* Code and develop comprehensive test media that will test and emulate scenarios for existing and new API’s.
* Create and run automation.
* Perform hands on testing of daily builds on actual devices.
* Critically think about how consumers will interact with the software being tested and turn those thoughts into bugs, action items, and avenues of discussion.
* Work extremely well with others by both leading and following depending on the circumstance.
* Continually research new mobile technologies and incorporate that new knowledge into your ongoing QA process.
* Accurately file and verify comprehensive bug reports.

Requirements

* Minimum of five years software Quality Engineering experience.
* Proficiency writing code and developing test automation.
* Passion for mobile devices and other gadgets.
* Passion for photography.
* Ability to achieve results with little supervision or direction.
* Flexibility to move between tasks.
* Ability to avoid distractions and deliver against deadlines.
* Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
* BS or MS Computer Science degree or equivalent industry experience.

Ideal

* Professional on the job experience using C++, Objective C, Java, or Lua.
* Experience testing on Mobile Operating Systems.

[Updated 3/15/2010 to include direct links to the job postings]

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October 8, 2010

My talk from the 2010 GTC Conference

Go here to see the slides on acrobat.com.

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June 4, 2010

Pixel Bender Toolkit 2.0 now available for download on Adobe.com

Pixel Bender Toolkit 2 iconIf you don’t have Flash Professional or After Effects CS5 and would like to use the latest version of the Pixel Bender Toolkit, you can now download it (for free!) on the Pixel Bender Technology Center: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/pixelbender/

the latest version of the toolkit includes:

  • Flash Preview!
  • New AIF Pixel Bender runtime with 1.5x – 7x performance improvement on CPU
  • Faster GPU execution as well for many Pixel Bender Graphs
  • Support for Pixel Bender Semantic Metadata authoring & preview
  • Up to 4 input images support
  • Easier image switching
  • Many other UI features/bug fixes
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December 18, 2009

So, so, so far behind on cool Pixel Bender links

I have over 100 links stored in my bookmarks of pages that Pixel Bender developers have created that I want to feature here, but I’ve been working so hard on the next version of our stuff that I’ve obviously gotten very far behind. With the end of the year approaching, I’m going to try and rectify that somewhat… starting today.

The links today are in no particular order, they are literally the tabs I have open in Firefox right now:


Elad Elrom – Using Pixel Bender to do heavy lifting calculations, makes Flash Player multi-thread

Eugene Zatepyakin – Canny Edge Detector [AS3 + PixelBender]

Daniel Rinehart – Image Rotation with Pixel Bender


David Lenaerts (Der Schmale) – Render Bender v0.1: optimizing my Flash+Pixel Bender workflow

Nicolas Barradeau – PIXEL BENDER #1 color tweaking

Brooks Andrus – Bilinear Resampling, ShaderJob, Pixel Bender And Flash Player

That is it for this post, but expect more soon!

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