The week in qooxdoo (2014-09-26)

This week we merged some pull requests. This is a great way to get your fixes and code into the project. We like to thank the community for putting a lot of effort into making the project better. This is really appreciated!

Another task we were able to accomplish this week brings the grunt based tooling a step further to a production ready state. We added a caching mechanism which increased the performance by about two minutes building the playground. For more details, take a look at the corresponding bug report.

For a complete list of all tasks accomplished during the last working week, see this bugzilla query.

The week in qooxdoo (2014-09-05)

I’d like to use this week’s post to point you to a great job opportunity:
the qooxdoo framework team is looking for a new colleague!

Join the qooxdoo team as a full-time employee of 1&1 Internet AG, a leading European internet specialist. See for details.

As for the framework progress itself, see the complete list of all tasks accomplished during the last working week.

qooxdoo Job Offer

I’d like to point you to a great job opportunity: the qooxdoo framework team is looking for a new colleague!

Join the qooxdoo team as a full-time employee of 1&1 Internet AG, a leading European internet specialist. You complement and enhance the efforts to establish qooxdoo as a universal JavaScript framework for a wide range of application domains and for multiple device classes.

Our headquarters are in Karlsruhe, quite a nice place to live and work, located in one of the most vibrant IT regions of Germany. To best match the current setup and various in-house collaborations we look primarily for native German speakers.

If you are interested please see the official job description and apply with your CV online.
Of course, if you have questions, feel free to get in touch with us directly (i.e. Martin as the team/tech lead, or Andreas as the project lead).

Looking forward to hearing from you.