The Tasktop team is growing again! We have four new technical positions available. This is a great opportunity to join a fantastic team of world-class engineers who affect hundreds of thousands of people through open source and our proprietary innovations.
Before I joined Tasktop, I was astounded at the Tasktop’s velocity and the impact they’ve had on software developers through Tasktop’s “less is more” approach to developer tools and the task-focused interface. Now that I’ve seen it from the inside, I understand that it’s a combination of many factors: the caliber of the team, the extent to which Tasktop’s innovation is driven by community, the way that Tasktop works with its customers and partners, the connection to thought leadership both within Tasktop and at large, the way that Tasktop communicates and organizes, and Tasktop’s culture of listening to and empowering the individual.
If you’re passionate about software and people, love technology and tools, have a persistent hunger for learning, and want to work with some of the best minds in the industry, apply and join the Tasktop team!
About David Green
David Green is Vice President of Architecture at Tasktop Technologies. Prior to Tasktop, David was a founding member of MAKE Technologies where he held the positions of CTO, Vice President of Technology and Principal Tools Architect. At MAKE David pioneered a model-driven approach to legacy modernization on the Eclipse platform, integrating business requirements, semantic code generation and data transformation. David is an Eclipse committer, and creator of Mylyn WikiText, a framework and tools for integrating wiki formatting into the Eclipse platform. David is well known for his widely read blog Green's Opinion, apps for iPhone and Android, and speaking engagements at conferences such as JavaOne and EclipseCon.