Python software development
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IDV is looking for a back-end web developer to join our small team in Lexington, South Carolina.
- Maintain and optimize the SpeedTree e-commerce system.
- Create custom web applications.
- Maintain SpeedTree web server.
- Lead web security effort.
We have an open non-tenure-track Lecturer position for next year that I would like your help in publicizing. This position is an excellent opportunity for graduating students (M.S. or Ph.D.) who are either interested in a teaching position or would like to gain some teaching experience before a future tenure-track job search. There are potentially some opportunities for research collaboration with our regular research faculty, but the teaching load makes this difficult from a workload standpoint.
The School of Business invites applications for a position in Computer Science. We are open to applicants seeking a tenure track or non-tenure track appointment. A Ph.D. in Computer Science is preferred, but candidates who are nearing completion of their doctorate will be considered. Teaching experience is a plus. The position requires a teacher-scholar who excels in both teaching and scholarship with the ability to teach a variety of undergraduate computer science courses.
Developer for Deep Learning Image Processing
This developer will conduct several research case studies and develop an online image processing engine. Skills required include hands on experience with deep learning image processing development.
Developer for Social Network Relationships
In case any of your students may still be looking for an overseas experience in information and communications technology (ICT) this summer, I am writing with a quick reminder that the application deadline for the fully-funded 2017 Huawei Seeds for the Future Program is just two weeks away (April 24, 2017 at 5pm Eastern Time).
My name is Christy Howell and I am the Program Manager for the Information Technology Summer College Intern Program, and our newly created New Grad Rotational Program for recent graduates in Computer Sciences, or related fields.
I wanted to make you aware of some exciting opportunities in our Richardson, Texas, Chicago, Illinois and Tulsa, Oklahoma offices.
**WE PAY OUR INTERNS**
REsimplifi is a process, transaction and document management software product for Commercial Real Estate Brokers built on the Force.com platform (Salesforce). We'd like to hire a graduate student intern to work with us full-time during the summer of 2017.
Intern will join a team responsible for the ongoing development of an OEM Salesforce application in the Commercial Real Estate marketplace. Utilizing Agile methodologies, the current development team participate in daily scrum meetings and bi-weekly sprints.
I'm writing to ask that you let students know about this tremendous opportunity next Tuesday, March 28 starting at 6:00 pm ET in downtown Columbia. It is an educational opportunity as well as networking, and an opportunity to meet GitHub.