Web Accesssibility/Programming Job Op (CAST/Bobby)

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From: B.K. DeLong (bkdelong@pobox.com)
Date: Wed Mar 22 2000 - 06:06:49 PST

This looks like an interesting job opportunity for anyone fairly familiar
with W3C standards. I did some work on the Bobby Web Accessibility Engine
in Fall 1998/Spring 1999 and working with CAST was a great experience.

>Resent-Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2000 08:50:12 -0500 (EST)
>From: "Michael Cooper" <mcooper@cast.org>
>Hi - I'd like to let you all know that CAST is looking for a new programmer
>for Bobby. Our current programmer is leaving to join a startup company that
>is growing fast. We're just wrapping up our work on Bobby 3.2, and the new
>person would be involved in the design and implementation of Bobby 4.0,
>which we hope will take a quantum leap forward in flexibility and usability.
>We're looking for someone who has at least 2 years of object oriented
>programming experience, including at least 6 months Java experience; strong
>computer science background; familiarity with many W3C standards including
>the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, HTML 4, XML, Document Object
>Model, Cascading Style Sheets, etc.; experience with educational technology
>is helpful, and the ability to work effectively in our loosely structured
>environment. Working physically at CAST is not required but it is important
>to attend regular meetings, so this person should be within driving distance
>of Boston, MA.
>If people on this list or people you know are interested, please send
>resumes by mail or email to the address in my signature below. We'll begin
>callbacks in a couple weeks.
>Michael Cooper
>Bobby Project Manager
>Technical Designer
>CAST, Inc.
>39 Cross St.
>Peabody, MA 01960
>Email mcooper@cast.org

B.K. DeLong                203 Washington St
bkdelong@pobox.com  Salem, MA 01970

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