Squeak at the NASA :)
Cees De Groot
cdegroot at gmail.com
Wed Jan 25 07:33:55 UTC 2006
Has anyone seen a publicly available version of this job ad? I'd like
to refer to it in my blog...
On 1/25/06, Andreas Raab <andreas.raab at gmx.de> wrote:
> 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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