We are working on a large museum project in Australia and need some good
python programmers to help us realise the outcome. On the digital side,
the 10,000 square foot gallery features
- a 14-screen touch "table" interactive
- a wraparound wall of community voices/faces
- touch interactives that solicit visiter opinions on museum content
- RFID-enabled passes that, among other things, provide content for
non-English speakers and accessibility to vision impaired visitors.
- roughly 45 short films spread over 20 different viewing areas
If this sounds interesting and you,
- are a savvy python programmer with pyObjC experience
- can work as part of globally-distributed team (museum is set up
with network cameras for remote access)
- are committed to unit testing (ideally test-driven-development)
- are available to work between half and full-time from Feb-April/May.
then please contact me directly at darran@... Please provide
an indication of your experience, your availability, and your
saught-after hourly rate.
P.S. Apologies if the above "job posting" isn't welcome on the list; I
looked but couldn't find any restrictions in this regard.
Re our search for python developers for the Australian museum project ...
Just a clarification that people definitely don't need to be located in
Australia to work on this project. Our lead developer is actually in
the Czech Republic, and we have others working in the UK, Singapore, US
and elsewhere. Please don't let the distance dissuade you from making
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