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Senior Flash Actionscript Programmer

at Penthouse Internet in Palo Alto, CA   —   Jun 27, 2014   |  
Penthouse Internet, the largest adult entertainment company in the world has an opening for a Senior Flash Actionscript Programmer in their Palo Alto Office. A Pre-IPO company, Penthouse has numerous openings for talented and driven individuals. If you want to be a part of a company that is now one of the most trafficked websites in the world, then Penthouse Internet is the place for you.
Penthouse Internet is looking for hard-working and motivated individuals who will need to work on our premises and who have proven experience as a Senior Level ActionScript Application Programmer or Manager.
Job requirements:
MUST HAVE 6+ years experience of all requirements below.
Must have expert knowledge of ActionScript 2.0/3.0 and Object Oriented Programming.
Hands-on experience on Client-Server applications.
Thorough experience with dynamic, interactive content in Flash 7 or later versions.
Familiar with Flash Remoting Server, Flash Communication Server and Socket Server.
Successful track record of compatibility, detection, and optimization techniques with Flash & Adobe products.
Online game programming is a plus.
Ability to interface well with Flash/Traditional Graphic Designers for look and feel and traditional Engineers for back-end logic/content conversion.
A hungry design/development mind who wants to push the envelope with Flash technology.
Samples of professional interactive Flash development - Internet accessible.
Knowledge of Flex, C++, C#, Java is a plus.
Comfortable with adult content.
Two examples of your work must be attached.
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