TopQuadrant is hiring!
Most people at TopQuadrant are currently busy preparing for the upcoming Semantic Technology Conference in San Jose. This will be a great event for us, since we will introduce a new family of products under the umbrella of the TopBraid Suite. After we have quite successfully established TopBraid Composer as the leading professional semantic application development tool, we now take the next step.
We will introduce TopBraid Live as a client-server platform and library of reusable building blocks for all kinds of Semantic Web applications. This includes typical mash-up components (such as maps and calendars) but also more complex widgets such as trees, forms, reports and charts. Support for semantic search and other standard tasks will be integrated as well. We also introduce TopBraid Ensemble as an out-of-the-box solution for viewing and editing RDF/OWL instances with a thin AJAX-based Web client. Needless to say, all these Web applications are seamlessly integrated with each other. For example, you can use TopBraid Composer to define form layouts and get exactly the same layout in TopBraid Ensemble. Be sure to visit us at our booth to find out more.
In order to nurture and support all these new products and other customer projects, we are now looking for new developers. In addition to a good command of the underlying RDF-based technologies, candidates need to have excellent Java and Web development skills. If you are able to relocate, then sunny California is the place to be. TopQuadrant is in the middle of a solid phase of growth, and I think we are very well-positioned to become an important player in the semantic technology field. If you are interested in joining us (or know someone who might have a matching profile), please drop me a line.