Software Engineer, iWork Charts - 200145054
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iWork’s Numbers team is hiring dynamic software engineers with the drive and desire to deliver beautiful and engaging graphs in the iWork productivity suite.
Our team is responsible for charts that appear in iWork apps on the Mac, iOS devices, and on iCloud.com (. In this role, you will work with other talented engineers, designers, and QA to build new charts features and to support other features in iWork. Day to day tasks include working with designers to define the UI, implementing features in code using Xcode, reviewing your work with your teammates, and writing automated tests for correctness and performance.
•Experience writing apps on OS X and/or iOS platforms.
•Strong communication and collaborative skills.
•Excitement and passion to work on consumer products.
•Proven ability to excel in an agile development team.
•Experience with any of the following: CoreGraphics, CoreAnimation, 3D, and user-interface programming.
Our team is responsible for the Charts library that is built into iWork apps. As a member of the team, you will contribute to current and future applications. You may be involved in defining compelling new features, building innovative and intuitive user interfaces, and implementing core application logic. You will work closely with other engineers, human interface designers, and collaborate with several groups across Apple.
BS CS/CE or equivalent with 3 years of experience in consumer oriented projects.
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