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Myopic Rhino


So, the handheld ISV team at ATI is looking to hire some engineers. We have an immediate need for someone who is entry/junior level (we'll be hiring more senior people soon). None of the resumes I've seen have been very impressive, and I *know* that there are a lot of people who frequent this site that would be a good fit. What we're looking for:
  • You need to be a college graduate with a technical degree. If you're graduating in the next month or two, that's fine two.
  • You absolutely have to be able to demonstrate a passion for game development in 3D. I'm really looking for someone who has done noteworthy projects outside of school.
  • OpenGL knowledge is good. OpenGL ES knowledge is even better.
  • Some knowledge of cell phones would be nice, but isn't essential.
  • You have to be willing to relocate to either Santa Clara, CA (preferred), Boston, or Toronto.
The nature of the position is such that you'll be doing some "grunt" work, but I think that this is a great path to breaking into the game industry. You won't be directly working on games, but you'll be gaining skills and experience that will be very valuable to game developers, should you choose to go that route after a few years.

So, if you or someone you know is interested, send a resume to dastle@ati.com. I'm not sure how many responses I'll get, so you'll probably only hear back from me if we're interested.
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If only the location were easier to get to...

I spent a fair bit of time looking into moving over to the USA for these sorts of jobs. Would've been well worth the effort...

But then I saw that it involved lawyers, politicians and interviews just to get a work permit. So I decided to get a regular 9-5 job over here.

Oh well - best of luck finding someone suitable [smile]

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