Seattle, WA. - 11 January 2005
Adobe has an immediate need for a rasterizer tester. If you fit the bill read on.
Adobe has an IMMEDIATE opening for a font rasterizer tester. This is a
middle-term contract position, preferably located in Seattle but San Jose
is also possible. We want somebody with some real programming skills who
also knows something about fonts, on both a technical and a visual level.
White-box Quality Engineer in the Adobe CoreTechnology
group developing test code for type rasterization technology implemented in
C and C#. Design, develop, and deploy white box tests covering API usage,
font rendering, and interaction within a larger test framework implemented
in Microsoft .NET Framework, running under Windows XP. Review and report on
test progress and test coverage, work closely with a small team of senior
developers. Learn and deploy Core Technology QE tools and practices.
Knowledge & Skills
Requires a BS in CS or related field and at least 3-5
years of industry experience with excellent coding skills and a passion for
software quality. Strong software design skills. Ability to create and
follow development plans and schedules. Good problem-solving abilities to
quickly determine issues and provide solutions. Proven skills in working
independently and collaboratively with software development and quality
teams. Excellent written and verbal skills. Focused platform experience
with Windows XP, .NET. Knowledge of font technology highly desirable,
including Type1, CFF, TrueType, OpenType. Scripting skills: Perl, Python,
Please contact Thomas Phinney (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in the job.
article posted 11 January 2005 and last updated 11 January 2005.