Felix Winkelmann wrote to announce the following position:
Eisfeld Engineers (http://e3p.de) based in Kassel, Germany is looking
for Lisp hackers participating in the development of “ConEd”, a
sophisticated GUI application for designing building structures.
ConEd allows the user to directly manipulate structural objects and
continuously recalculates load relations between those objects. Various
import- and export formats are supported to allow the interaction with CAD software and analysis programs.
We offer a friendly and flexible working environment and the
opportunity to use your Lisp skills to create, extend and maintain a
complex Common Lisp application used in real-world building
Lisp programming experience is required, as is dedication to the
task, a willingness to learn and the right measure of pragmatism.
Applicants should have some mastery of the German language.
Working on-site is greatly preferred, but remote development may be
an option under certain circumstances.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org