Opening for a Google Glass / Android Developer

26 10 2013

Virginia Tech’s Center for Geospatial Information Technology is looking for a Google Glass / Android Developer to support the development of programs for the new platform. This is a great opportunity for someone to join the Google Glass Team at VT and help us develop some exciting new applications for the platform. Additional information about the position is provided below.

CGIT

Who we are?

A group of four Virginia Tech faculty building teaching and research applications for Google Glass.  We’re looking for a couple of rockstar developers.

What’s the position like?

A full stack Android developer to work on two applications: a teaching platform and a mapping research project on Google Glass. Responsible for building  applications for Google Glass. You’ll work with the Android SDK until the Glass Development Kit (GDK) is available.

What are the minimum requirements:   

  • Ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with a smart and diverse team
  • 1+ year(s) of development experience with Android SDK
  • 3+ years of software development experience
  • Experience working with RESTful APIs
  • Experience with live streaming data in an application
  • Experience with Google services
  • Ability to work part time on the Virginia Tech campus
  • Strong understanding of object oriented software principles, design patterns, and agile methodologies
  • Familiarity with automated test frameworks and test-driven development
  • Interested to explore new approaches to mirror world applications using Google Glass.

What would give you bonus points?

  • Experience with video/audio capture and streaming
  • Prior work that involved augmented reality, GIS, or interactive web maps
  • Experience working with 3D in a web browser (html5, x3dom, openGL, three.js, etc.)
  • An ability to analyze UX/UI workflows for quality/efficiency

To apply or learn more, please contact Peter Sforza at the Virginia Tech Center for Geospatial Information Technology — sforza@vt.edu or (540) 231-8935.