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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on August 26, 2014. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on August 26, 2014. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Game Design Intern - Infinity Ward||Woodland Hills, CA|
|Senior Firmware Engineer||Boise, ID|
|Commercial Audio / Video Control Systems Programmer||Houston, TX|
|Gameplay Scripter||Andover, MA|
|Gameplay Programmers||Hunt Valley, MD|
|IPOS Engineering Intern-Fall 2015||San Jose, CA|
|Software Engineer Intern||Campbell, CA|
|IP Forwarding Software Engineering Intern - Fall 2015||San Jose, CA|
|Engineering Intern - Pipeworks||Eugene, OR|
|Principal Research Statistician Developer||Cary, NC|
If there is any skill that is necessary across all kinds of jobs, its the ability communicate effectively. While communication is a skill that can definitely be taught and developed, it’s much easier to nurture when you’re using the right tools. That’s why work communication tools have always been a big business. Some of the latest trends have been in the form of project management and online chat tools. But what about tools for people who work in jobs that might require something like a walkie-talkie? Cell phones and text messaging might have changed those jobs a little bit, but there’s more room for technology. That’s why Lua was founded in 2010. They’re a New York, NY based company that is focused on “empowering mobile workforces by giving them access to the people and information they need to get the job done from the field or the office.”
Lua is named for a 2,000 year old Hawaiian martial art. Warriors “trained in the dark of night, developing a form of silent communication during warfare that allowed them to move as one.” Lua is trying to recreate that form of communication with their mobile messaging app. While you may think that iMessage or text messages are good enough, Lua stands out with a rich feature set that focuses on security, privacy, and enterprise compatibility. It may not be the latest greatest chat app that all the teenagers are using, but it helps people get real work done more efficiently. If that sounds interesting, check out Lua’s Jobs page. Right now they’re looking for a Full-Stack Engineer, a Marketing & Business Development Intern, and a Visual Designer.
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