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Java Developer Open Source Paris

Java Developer Open Source Paris


European Digital Reading Lab


dev

java

digital nomad

dev

java

digital nomad

1yr
\nValidation is the cornerstone of the epub publishing process and there is one system on which nearly all epub relies – epubcheck. However, as our standards evolve, our validation has not and epub publications meeting the most recent specification requirements aren’t always declared valid by the system of record. In order to make better epubs, we need a better epubcheck.\n\nYou can help us using your Java developer skills. Study https://github.com/IDPF/epubcheck and https://github.com/IDPF/epubcheck/wiki/WorkPlan before submitting a resume, to check that you really want to spend time on that open-source, pipeline oriented codebase. You'll have to describe the software and tooling that will be employed in the architecture and implementation work.\n\nSkills & Requirements\n\nWe are looking for a great Java developer, available for a 6 months contract, renewable. This can be considered as a full-time job during the first 6 months, part-time job after that period. \n\nThe job is part maintenance, part evolution. You need to be technically 100% autonomous, even if you'll be guided by an expert for EPUB matters, who will act as a project manager. You will report to the EDRLab CTO.\n\nYou need to have high level English skills, spoken and written. The position can be remote. 

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Dev Golang Open Source REST DB Web

Dev Golang Open Source REST DB Web


European Digital Reading Lab


web dev

golang

web dev

golang

1yr
\nEDRLab has developed an open-source server in Go, with a REST interface and DB access. You'll find the code at https://github.com/readium/readium-lcp-server.\n\nIt is production ready, but needs some short term evolutions, then medium term refactoring.\n\nShort term: it's using database/sql directly. Works well with SQLite but we have issues with MySQL and SQLServer.  We need to support multiple databases on multiple platforms (Linux and Windows, plus OSX for tests).\n\nMedium term: it's not using a Web framework nor a high level DB access framework. We think that the code would be much simpler if we were to adopt it.\n\nAlso, the web backend is built on Angular2 + a REST API. In practice this is complex to maintain, we'd prefer a classical templated Web interface.\n\nThis open-source server solution (made of 4 processes which interactions btw processes) is meant to constitute a License Server for the new Readium LCP DRM. Those would hate DRMs should therefore step out.\n\nWe need a developer who will first solve our short term problem, then apply agreed solutions to the REST, DB and Web issues. We want a testable solution, with proper documentation and in-code comments. The result of the major evolution must be 100% compatible, functionally, with the current version. \n\nA remote position is ok for us; the developer must speak English or French really fluently. A bi-weekly call will be required with the EDRLab CTO.\n\nThe proposal must include the time and amount (in €) requested for each of the 3 phases (multiple DB support, port of the LCP and LSD server processes to the suggested REST+DB frameworks, port of the Frontend server to a standard Web framework). This means that the candidates must first look at the existing codebase (Github URL above) before submitting a proposal. The short term evolution will be used as a test assignment by EDRLab. The second phase will start only if the result of the first phase is good.  

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Dev IOS Confirmé Swift SDK Open Source De Lecture Numérique

Dev IOS Confirmé Swift SDK Open Source De Lecture Numérique


European Digital Reading Lab


ios

swift

ios

ios

swift

ios

2yr

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\nNous cherchons un nouveau membre pour notre équipe de développement; en CDI, CDD ou contrat projet ; de préférence dans nos locaux du 10e arrondissement parisien, mais pourquoi pas en télétravail avec des déplacements réguliers à Paris.\n\nNous poursuivons la mise au point de logiciels de lecture open-source, un projet dénommé Readium. Plus précisément, nous pilotons le développement du SDK multiplateforme Readium-2 et travaillons en parallèle sur des versions iOS/Swift3, Android/Kotlin et desktop/Typescript+node.js+Electron+React. Ce SDK est utilisé par de nombreux développeurs d'applications de lecture à travers le monde. Nous traitons la partie délicate, les développeurs d'applications n'ont plus qu'à ajouter une carrosserie. Et notre SDK est gratuit.\n\nLa communauté Readium est internationale, avec des développeurs en Europe (certain avec un fort accent français) et aux US. Vous pouvez suivre les développements en cours via https://github.com/readium  (repos readium-2 et r2-*).\n\nVous avez au moins 2 ans d’expérience en tant que développeur iOS, une très bonne maîtrise de Swift (v3 de préférence), de bonnes connaissances en Javascript et vous aimez assurer un travail de grande qualité (c'est clé dans l'open-source).\n\nLe format EPUB est basé sur HTML 5, CSS 3 et Javascript, et le SDK Readium utilise les possibilité des webviews classiques, donc la maîtrise des technologies Web est requise. La connaissance de Typescript est un plus. \n\nNous avons un call hebdomadaire par semaine avec nos amis US, et pas mal d'échanges sur Slack, la pratique d’un anglais technique (oral et écrit) est donc indispensable.

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