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RISC OS printer drivers - think you can do better?

Posted by Richard Goodwin on 11:40, 12/1/2001 | ,
RISCOS Ltd. are hiring again - they're looking for a for a software engineer to work in Cambridge, developing and testing RISC OS apps using C and C++.

And the printer drivers metioned in the headline? The press release from ROL HQ goes on to say:

The position would ideally suit a recent graduate who is interested in RISC OS printer driver development as well as general RISC OS application level development.
Hopefully this bodes well for development in this area.

There's the usual requirements of teamwork and working alone, to commercial deadlines, plus working with outside developers; technical documentation skills an advantage. On offer is £20,000-25,000 based on experience. In this tchnological age, CVs are only being invited via email. If you're interested email admin@riscos.com and mark your message for the attention of

Paul Middleton
Managing Director

Source: RISCOS Ltd.

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