AT&T Looking to Hire Senior Software Engineer

AT&T has a posting over on CrunchBoard which shows the carrier looking to hire a software engineer to help develop and market Android-related devices. The position they are filling is based out of the Santa Clara office and duties would include designing and implementing leading-edge mobile platform software and developing prototypes for technology and UI evaluation purposes. If you might the requirements below, you’re advised to apply for the spot.

REQUIREMENTS

  • BS, MS, or PhD in Computer Science or related technical discipline (or equivalent).
  • 2 – 3 years experience programming in Java and/or C++..
  • Experience developing on platforms like J2ME, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Android or BREW.
  • Good working knowledge of Web standards including XHTML, JavaScript, CSS, SVG.
  • Experience with developing browsers and/or browser plug-ins a plus.
  • Good grasp of efficient algorithms and data structures.

Senior Software Engineer – Android

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1 Comment

  1. Mr. Nelson
    May 27, 19:41 Reply

    This basically tells me AT&T is looking to clutter the android OS with a bunch of AT&T crap…Great

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