The Qt Company’s engineers work on the Qt framework, which enables our customers to create applications that run smoothly on many different platforms, from embedded boards to desktop and mobile. In your daily work environment you will be surrounded by a team of worldwide experts, and you will have the opportunity to broaden and deepen your knowledge about all aspects of software development.
As a Software Engineer in Qt R&D your specific tasks will include:
Experience and Qualifications:
We offer a highly international work place with uniquely skilled people from around the whole world. Our culture embraces openness, learning, encouragement and fun. The Qt Company operates in China, Finland, Germany, Japan, Korea, Norway, Russia and USA. To learn more please visit qt.io.
How to apply?
In order to determine if you are qualified for a job, we would like to see your code portfolio. Think of a code portfolio similar to what an artist or photographer would use to get hired. The code portfolio should contain code that you are proud of and that would make us want to hire you. It should also be more complex than what is shown in a beginning “computer programming 101” course. The code should be readable and well structured and should show off your expertise in the field of graphics, such as OpenGL, software rasterization or DirectX. Other areas which might be interesting are:
The code should compile on systems readily available to our developers: Mac OS X, Windows, or X11. Please specify which platforms the code runs on. If it requires 3rd party libraries (outside of Qt) to compile, they should be either be freely and readily available (i.e., quick to download and install/uninstall), or included with the code sample.
Please include a description on what you are including and what it does. You can upload the code to us as a .zip file or send us a link to a website from where it can be downloaded – for both there is a place in the application form.
If you are a developer of an open-source project, pointers to specific files in the code repository are also acceptable. If you do not have code from previous jobs that you can show off, you can use Qt to write a sample and send us, or you can send us a link to your Github.
For more information, please contact: Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt, firstname.surname(a)qt.io