Graphic Developer in Android
You consider yourself an Android expert? R8, D8 doesn’t sound like a Star Wars character to you? Romain Guy, Chet Haase, Tor Norbye and Jake Wharton are not just any other names to you? Well keep on reading you will find something interesting here.
At Tumba Solutions we are looking for an Android developer with a strong interest in graphics programming. If you have an eye for details and you love smooth interactions, we have number of opportunities in our Android domains, including:
- Infotainment systems
- Sports training systems
- Digital Publishing
What we are primarily looking for is a track record of building things that work and a passion to make a better product.
Also, ideally you have track record in some of the following:
- 6+ years of software engineering experience
- 3+ years of hands-on experience in Android development
- Proficiency in Java is a must, Кotlin is a bonus
- the Android SDK (including Android Jetpack)
- related UI design principles, guidelines, patterns, best practices
- Strong interest in graphics programming
- Experience with LibGDX, OpenGL, Unity or Unreal Engine
- Experience with the Android NDK and C++
- BoringLayout is not boring at all to you
- Deep knowledge of network communication principles and protocols
Collaborate with cross functional teams to define, design and ship new features
Design and build robust codebase that enables rapid exploration and evaluation of different approaches
Use your software development expertise to inspire others to develop better software practices and principles
Help the Team Lead with the estimation of work load, defining test cases for development testing, verification and validation, improve the product quality and user experience
Be responsible for your work and take pride in it
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So what's next?
We will read carefully your submitted application. In case you have published open source code, projects or PRs, we'll go through them as well.
We conduct two interviews. First one aligns expectations and overviews each other's expertise. Second one is an in-depth technological chat and development opportunities discussion.
We make an offer to the candidate we think is the best fit for the role. In case you think different, we are open for another conversation.