Garmin Seeking Android Developers

garmin_logoGPS giant Garmin is actively seeking Android developers in the Kansas City area. They are looking for people with a passion for improving user experiences who want to create cool navigation and location-based apps.  Among the “essentials” are the ability to develop software in C, C++, C#, Java, and other languages.

According to one of two listings on HireADroid, there are plenty of openings available.  The full-time spots come with “loaded” benefits and competitive pay.  Clicking the link through to Garmin, potential applicants will find the requirements, responsibilities, duties, and more.

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18 Comments

  1. Vic
    November 28, 15:48 Reply

    Now, this is great news! Google Nav meets Garmin on my Droid!

  2. droidin
    November 28, 20:07 Reply

    Sorry guys and girls – the posting on Hire*A*Droid has expired but you can see Garmin jobs at http://is.gd/564BL. Or you can install Hire*A*Droid app from market and search for "android company:(Garmin)" :)

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