Arc developer, seven+ years experience required.
Jaap de Heer writes again: They are looking for more Lispers.
“We are on the lookout for outstanding Lisp/Scheme programmers.”
One year position at oDesk. link
Cycorp is seeking ontologists for medical applications, and is hiring without respect to “Lisp vs. Prolog orientation.”
Lisp and speech tech at the Air Force Research Lab:
L-3 Communications at the Air Force Research Laboratory in Mesa, AZ is currently looking for a computational linguist to help build a text-to-speech (TTS) speech synthesis system based on the Festival Architecture. … Strong programming skills in the following (listed in order of preference): Lisp, Scheme, C, C++, C#, and/or Java; and a demonstrated ability to learn new programming languages quickly to support project goals.
Write code in Lisp (or Fortran or C or Ada or UML or Java or Visual Basic). Ho hum.
Their “clinet” is looking for something to do intelligent vertical search. Lisp or other languages desired (but Lisp was mentioned first).
Looks like a Lisp job, anyway: (C programming is only a plus)
Create signatures for the QualysGuard product to detect vulnerabilities in the areas of Databases, Applications, Operating System, TCP/IP Protocols and network devices. Strong problem solving and troubleshooting skills are a must, as solutions to many problems might not be obvious. A vulnerability detection engineer should also spend a proportion of time keeping up with current vulnerabilities, attacks, and countermeasures.
“Enterprise application architect” for long-term contract role. With an ‘airline reservation system’–I wonder who that could be in Cambridge?