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Welcome to Media Jobs: Technology Jobs

The Career Intelligence™ Authority

As the media indus­tries con­tin­ue their fast growth more and more tech­nol­o­gists are need­ed and thou­sands of tech­nol­o­gy jobs at the top com­pa­nies go unfilled. In order for these com­pa­nies to inno­vate and grow they are cre­at­ing new prod­uct devel­op­ment jobs, soft­ware devel­op­er jobs, and prod­uct man­age­ment jobs every day through­out the world. MediaJobs.com has the infor­ma­tion that con­nects pro­fes­sion­als with the peo­ple, com­pa­nies, prod­ucts, and resources they need to land excit­ing new devel­op­ment jobs. So, whether you’re look­ing for entry lev­el devel­op­ment jobs or some­thing at the oth­er end of the spec­trum like a prod­uct man­ag­er job, Mediajobs.com has the infor­ma­tion you need to get start­ed. Use this web­site to find media jobs at cut­ting edge tech­nol­o­gy com­pa­nies through­out the world includ­ing Apple, Google, Face­book, Twit­ter, 2tor, LocalVox, Uber, Pen­ta­ho , Gig­walk, Clever and Run­tas­tic. We also pro­vide infor­ma­tion about the most up and com­ing tech­nol­o­gy com­pa­nies such as Songza, Love­ly, Bench­prep, Deez­er and many more. The com­pa­nies devel­op inno­v­a­tive web­sites and appli­ca­tions that are chang­ing our world every day. We offer Career Intel­li­gence for the media job seek­er at MediaJobs.com You’ll find more infor­ma­tion about the newest cut­ting edge com­pa­nies, prod­ucts and peo­ple right here. You can also search for avail­able jobs by click­ing here or using the pro­vid­ed search box above.

Motion Graphics Designer – Making CrossFit Come Alive — Scotts Valley Californina

Motion Graphics Designer – Making CrossFit Come Alive

Cross­Fit has a job open­ing for a Junior Motion Graph­ics Design­er in Scotts Val­ley Cal­i­for­nia. Cross­Fit cre­at­ed a new and inno­v­a­tive seg­ment in an $82 bil­lion dol­lar indus­try where 73% of American’s par­tic­i­pate every week. Accord­ing to Shape Mag­a­zine 234 mil­lion peo­ple work out at least one or more times per week. This is an oppor­tu­ni­ty to work at one of the top com­pa­nies in an $82 bil­lion dol­lar ever evolv­ing indus­try. Cross­Fit is a fit­ness reg­i­men devel­oped by Greg Glass­man over sev­er­al decades. Glass­man, Cross­Fit’s Founder and CEO, was the first per­son in his­to­ry to define fit­ness in a mean­ing­ful, mea­sur­able way: increased work capac­i­ty across broad time and modal domains. He then cre­at­ed a pro­gram specif­i­cal­ly designed to improve fit­ness and health. Cross­Fit is about com­mu­ni­ty and the com­mu­ni­ty that spon­ta­neous­ly aris­es when peo­ple do these work­outs togeth­er is a key com­po­nent of why Cross­Fit is so effec­tive, and it gave birth to a glob­al net­work of Cross­Fit affil­i­ates that num­ber over 13,000. Cross­Fit Needs Great Graph­ics for Broad­cast and the Web Cross­Fit has an excit­ing open­ing for a Junior Motions Graph­ic Design­er based in their Scotts Val­ley, CA office and report­ing to the Senior Motion Graph­ics Design­er.…

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Why a Magic Leap Job Could be for You

why you want to work at magic leap

If you are inter­est­ed in vir­tu­al real­i­ty, then Mag­ic Leap may be the com­pa­ny for you. Non-shock­­ing, non-spoil­er alert of the day: vir­tu­al real­i­ty is the next big thing. Yawn, of course it is. We’re just sit­ting here wait­ing for the prod­uct that’s going to rock our world. It’s com­ing, we know it is, every­one knows it is… and it’s get­ting clos­er every day. So they say. While you may have been inun­dat­ed with vir­tu­al real­i­ty news and promis­es in recent years, you may not be as famil­iar with the term mixed real­i­ty. And if not, then you prob­a­bly aren’t famil­iar with the most famous, and infa­mous, name in mixed real­i­ty — Mag­ic Leap. Mag­ic Leap is in NOT Sil­i­con Val­ley If it’s a big deal in tech, then it’s got to be in Sil­i­con Val­ley, or Wash­ing­ton State, or based out of MIT, right? Sure­ly no one would guess that what some are call­ing the tech that will next change the world would come out of sub­ur­ban Flori­da, but that is indeed where Mag­ic Leap can be found. Except that it’s real­ly hard to find, in a knowl­edge kind of way. Let me start over a bit. Vir­tu­al real­i­ty…

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Palantir, The Most Secret Company Ever:
Why You Should Work There

Palantir The Most Secret Company Ever - Why You Should Work There

Palan­tir was fund­ed by the CIA for a very good rea­son. Before we get start­ed here, let’s get a cou­ple things out of the way. First of all, take all of your polit­i­cal lean­ings or ideas and lock them up in a men­tal safe for a few min­utes. This is not a polit­i­cal arti­cle, and you need to absorb this infor­ma­tion objec­tive­ly. Sec­ond, if you own a tin-foil hat, do your very best to leave the con­spir­a­cies alone while you read. I’ll admit that won’t be easy, but do your best. Okay, ready? Palan­tir is All About Big Data, but Big­ger It’s no secret that data col­lec­tion and data analy­sis is the gold rush of our times. From small social media agen­cies to Wall Street to every major cor­po­ra­tion and gov­ern­ment on the plan­et, the key to find­ing answers, devel­op­ing new prod­ucts, attract­ing cus­tomers, and mak­ing big deci­sions is now depen­dent on how much data can be col­lect­ed and how pre­cise­ly it can be ana­lyzed. Of course in real­i­ty that’s always been the case, but we did­n’t all have 24/7 dig­i­tal lives in the past. Today the com­pa­ny who can orga­nize, dis­sem­i­nate, and ana­lyze the data the fastest and the most accu­rate­ly wins. And in…

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Nvidia Makes AI computing possible in Cameras
Why You Should Work There

Nvidia makes AI computing possible within cameras - Why You Should Work There

Nvidia is a com­pa­ny most don’t asso­ciate with cut­ting edge tech­nol­o­gy.  Most just think of them as a “graph­ics board” com­pa­ny. Into “edge com­put­ing” and AI, Nvidia is impress­ing the world with its con­tin­u­ous tech­nol­o­gy inno­va­tions. If you’re in the tech­nol­o­gy field in any sig­nif­i­cant way, then Nvidia should be a top con­sid­er­a­tion for you. Unless you’ve kept up with them recent­ly you might still auto­mat­i­cal­ly think gam­ing when you hear that name, but their newest inno­va­tions are putting them at the fore­front of two very for­ward-think­ing tech­nolo­gies — AI and so-called “edge com­put­ing”. At Media Jobs we are here to present the great com­pa­nies first Nvidia is on the Cut­ting Edge of the “Edge” If you’re unfa­mil­iar with what is called “the edge”, it’s not dif­fi­cult to under­stand (and no, it’s not the gui­tarist for U2). The data from our devices is pret­ty broad­ly sent into the cloud today for stor­age and pro­cess­ing. That’s unsus­tain­able going for­ward, accord­ing to many peo­ple, for sev­er­al rea­sons. The pri­ma­ry two are prob­a­bly band­width and laten­cy, with pri­va­cy being a close third place. Pri­va­cy is a com­mon sense rea­son — the less data is moved around and trans­mit­ted, the less chance there is for intru­sion…

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UltraHaptics — Control Everything with Just the Wave of a Hand

UltraHaptics - control everything with just the wave of a hand

What is Ultra­Hap­tics up to and where is this tak­ing us?  Sound is a real­ly fas­ci­nat­ing thing. It’s just vibra­tions in space, which the­o­ret­i­cal physi­cists think is what makes up all mat­ter. If you’re an X‑Men fan you’ll remem­ber Ban­shee, the guy who could cause destruc­tion with his screams. The inter­est­ing thing is that his mutant abil­i­ty mim­ics real­i­ty, but it’s not the vol­ume of the scream so much as the fre­quen­cy. In fact, some sci­en­tists have pos­tured that the ancient Bib­li­cal sto­ry of the impen­e­tra­ble walls of Jeri­cho falling at the blast of a bunch of trum­pets (or sho­fars) total­ly could have hap­pened. So back to the premise — sound is fas­ci­nat­ing. And the appli­ca­tions now being devel­oped in ultra­sound (the fre­quen­cies that humans can’t hear) might be the next big evo­lu­tion in vir­tu­al real­i­ty. Then again, they might also soon make it eas­i­er for you to dri­ve your car with­out dis­trac­tions or con­trol your home stereo with vir­tu­al hap­tic con­trols. A 70’s Throw­back In the 1970’s sci­en­tists explored the idea of using ultra­son­ic waves, or ultra­sound, to cre­ate sim­u­lat­ed tac­tile sen­sa­tions or hap­tics — mean­ing feel­ing some­thing that was­n’t actu­al­ly there. But com­put­ers and pro­gram­ming weren’t there yet, and the…

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