Job opportunity 3 month (anywhere) – Java&Max developers needed

Mar 21, 2011 at 6:30pm

Job opportunity 3 month (anywhere) – Java&Max developers needed

Hello,
I’d be really grateful if you can circulate this offer as far as you see it fit.

I am into acoustic experiments and musical theory research since fifteen years, and my projects of instruments functioning in dynamic “just intonation” are starting to get more precise, but the programming becomes every day more complex and needs a lot of time. Since one year and a half that i found new ideas and restarted the project, it’s going tranquilly, but now i want to boost it.

Therefore I’m looking for a developer in Java (with good experience in serialization) and MaxMSP, for around three month if possible (maybe more), full time if possible.

Location : Anywhere : If i have the chance to find someone with really excellent programming skills in Java, and also MaxMSP, i’m able to move anywhere for the next three months. (With a preference for Europe)
Salary : Common rate, to be fixed between us, depending on your experience and the particular help you can give me personally (But not less than 500€ per week for 40h for example, as a basic rate)
Start date : As soon as possible

I’m wondering eventually to employ two developers at the same time. Both of them need to have experience of both Java and MaxMSP. One of them would have experience in additive/subtractive synthesis in Max and be really at ease with all common MSP objects.

Note: If you’re a real specialist in Java, with really excellent programming skills, and are only free half time, or just few weeks, we can eventually talk.

A detailed Job & Project DESCRIPTION is in the .pdf file attached bellow…

Alexandre Flet
http://www.musique.alexandrehd.org (Not much here for the moment..)
+33 (0) 6 25 13 70 53

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  1. jobdescription.pdf
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May 4, 2011 at 7:44am

oups, it was ” http://musique.alexandrehd.org ” without the www …

P.S : i’m still looking for one more Java developer… In Paris for the moment. ( http://cycling74.com/forums/topic.php?id=33099 )

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