It’s been too long since I’ve done C, so I can’t say whether or not Autodesk’s job to look into Threading and Performance for Maya is interesting to someone who’s well-versed in C, but it’s a well-known company, a well-known product, and a technical challenge, so I’m thinking it’s not all bad.
VTrac is helping a telecom firm look for a Development Manager to work in the new product division, on something related to billing. The compensation is apparently ‘very competitive’, but there’s just not enough detail to really tell if this is interesting. If you think this might be you, talk to VTrac and get more details (and then come back and tell us).
Ten people to recode an application … into Cobol? And it wouldn’t hurt if they know assembly? I’m not even sure what to say. Good luck, guys. Charge a lot of money for that job. And is that better or worse than Senior IT for the adult industry?