Squeak at the NASA :)

Andreas Raab andreas.raab at gmx.de
Wed Jan 25 05:59:33 UTC 2006

FWIW, this project uses Croquet and Tweak. If you ever wanted to work 
with a bunch of really sharp guys this is definitely a place to consider.

   - Andreas

stéphane ducasse wrote:
> Read read the nasa is using Squeak for....
> Begin forwarded message:
>> From: Ted Shab <tshab at email.arc.nasa.gov>
>> Date: 23 janvier 2006 18:30:44 HNEC
>> To: ecoop-info at ecoop.org
>> Subject: [ecoop-info] MCT Architect at NASA/Ames in Mountain View, CA
>> A team at NASA Ames Research Center is looking for a system  architect 
>> to help us design, develop, and deploy a component-based  framework 
>> for building NASA mission control systems. This project  is at a point 
>> where they need someone with serious chops to help  translate the 
>> preliminary design and prototypes into a state-of-the- art yet 
>> practical and deployable system. The architect would be  joining an 
>> up-and-running, 10+person team of engineers and  designers. The design 
>> includes elements of user-level composition,  model-driven user 
>> interfaces, dynamic assembly of components  according to 
>> ontology-specified roles, distributed components, etc.  etc. We are 
>> currently building a pilot in Java / Eclipse RCP, and a  parallel 
>> testbed for user-experience exploration in Squeak  (Smalltalk) 
>> (really). The resulting framework will be used by the  various NASA 
>> centers (e.g. Ames, JPL, Johnson Space Center, Kennedy  Space Center, 
>> etc) to build distributed, multi-mission systems for  planning and 
>> executing a variety of NASA missions, including  robotic (e.g. Mars 
>> rovers & deep-space probes) and manned (e.g. the  new Moon/Mars 
>> exploration effort, including the Crew Exploration  Vehicle currently 
>> being designed).
>> Position is located in Mountain View, California, at NASA/Ames, a  
>> NASA research center.  We can work with individuals on residency  issues.
>> Interested parties should send a resume to tshab at mail.arc.nasa.gov
>> Thanks!
>> --Ted
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