So NVIDIA have a job opening for macOS software eng.
Posted 29 September 2016 - 02:04 PM
Do you visualize your future at NVIDIA? WE DO!
We are now looking for a METAL COMPUTER AND OPENCL SOFTWARE ENGINEER - MAC
What you’ll be doing:
Work within a team of exceptional and passionate engineers to implement and extend Metal Compute and OpenCL
What we need to see:
BS or higher degree in Computer Science, or related degree.
3 years+ experience using OpenCL
Thorough knowledge of C/C++ required
Ways to stand out from the crowd:
Strong architectural and design skills
Experience with driver development and kernel side development
Experience with OSX and/or Linux operating systems
Experience with complex debugging is invaluable
NVIDIA is widely considered to be one of the technology world’s most desirable employers. We have some of the most brilliant and talented people on the planet working for us. If you're creative and autonomous, we want to hear from you!
We are an AA/EEO/Veterans/Disabled employer
Posted 29 September 2016 - 05:33 PM
Probably only a few man team though (their OS X team)
Gaming Build: i5 6600K @ 4.6 GHz || AMD RX480 8 GB || 8 GB DDR4 3000 || 960 Evo NVMe, 850 Evo M.2 Sata, 1 TB FireCuda || Win10 Pro
Accessories: LG 21:9 2560x1080 monitor || PS4 slim || QNAP TS-228 NAS (2x 6 TB Seagte IronWolf) || Phone 6S 64GB
Posted 29 September 2016 - 06:16 PM
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Posted 29 September 2016 - 09:18 PM
While it is understood that NVIDIA's presence in Mac computers for gaming or anything won't be in full swing anytime soon, Apple—save for their complete enthusiasm for all things iOS—won't be in full swing in desktop, desktop gaming or the server market (how's your XServe doing?) anytime soon, either. If you're interested in the latest AMD or NVIDIA offerings be sure to peruse macvidcards.com to see if they offer flashing services for the card you're interested in. I'll be settling for NVIDIA's Web Drivers as I hold my breath long enough for someone to fill this position, make GTX1080-capable macOS drivers and unicorns learn to balance Chinaware on their horns.