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Srek
10-26-2010, 02:06 PM
MAXON is hiring: Programmer for SDK Documentation & Support.

MAXON Computer GmbH is a leading developer of 3D software solutions and has been serving the market for over 25 years. MAXON's products, CINEMA 4D and BodyPaint 3D, are used by customers worldwide in the fields of visualization, advertising, motion graphics, character animation and more. Our customers range from freelance professionals to major corporations, all of whom count on our dependable, high-quality software solutions every day.
We currently have an opening for the following position:

Programmer for SDK Documentation & Support

Starting Date:
Immediately

What you will do:




Create and maintain documentation of our APIs (C++, C.O.F.F.E.E., Python, Melange)
Manage our 3rd-party developer forum
Support our internal development team
Create sample source code
Acquisition and foster communication with strategically important plugin developers
What we are looking for:

Solid C++ programming skills (inheritance, templates, etc.) and experience with Python
Very good English skills, both spoken and written
Good basic knowledge of 3D animation software, preferably CINEMA 4D
You have good communication skills, are a team player, globally orientated, and have above-average comprehension skills
You are a self-starter, used to working independently, systematically and accurately within defined deadlines.
What we offer:

Employment on a freelance or permanent basis
A very pleasant and unique working environment in a team that is very enthusiastic about the products it develops and is continuously working to make them better.
If you meet the requirements above and want to work in an interesting, diverse and challenging environment, send us your curriculum vitae, including salary requirements and earliest starting date to:

jobs (at) maxon (dot) de
MAXON Computer
c/o Harald Schneider
Max-Planck-Strasse 20
D-61381 Friedrichsdorf
Germany

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