[C++-sig] Programmer Search @ Naughty Dog!
candace_walker at naughtydog.com
Mon Oct 15 22:31:23 CEST 2007
My name is Candace Walker and I am the recruiter at Naughty Dog in Santa
Monica, CA. Naughty Dog is owned by Sony Computer Entertainment of America
and is developer of the Crash Bandicoot and Jak and Daxter franchises. I
wanted to reach out to you and let you Naughty Dog is active to staff up for
solid engineers. Naughty Dog has two teams right now, our Game Team and our
Our game team is working on a new original IP called, Uncharted: Drake's
Fortune that debuted at E3 of 2006. I have provided the game trailer, along
with some press about the game.
Press from: Uncharted: Drake's Fortune
. "Naughty Dog's new franchise for the PS3 could be the biggest first-party
title of the year." -Gamespy
. "Naughty Dog has always had a reputation for squeezing the utmost
performance and fidelity out of Sony's hardware, and it looks like that
tradition will continue with Uncharted." -Gamespot (Gamespot Preview)
In addition to our game team, Naughty Dog is home to the ICE Team, one of
Sony's World Wide Studios central technology groups. The ICE Team focuses on
creating core graphics technologies for Sony's worldwide first party
published titles for the PLAYSTATIONR3, including low level game engine
components, graphics processing pipelines, supporting tools, and GUI
profiling and debugging tools.
More recently the ICE Team's scope has expanded in order to build engine
components and tools for use by third party developers. The first two of
these are PLAYSTATIONREdge, a set of components that enables developers to
get better performance out of the PLAYSTATIONR3, and GCM Replay, which
provides analysis, debugging, and profiling for the RSXT.
Please feel free to contact me directly if this is something that you or
someone you know may be interested in hearing more about.
Naughty Dog, Inc.
1601 Cloverfield Blvd.
Suite 6000 North
Santa Monica, CA 90404
<mailto:candace_walker at naughtydog.com> candace_walker at naughtydog.com
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