We are seeking a developer to create a simple puzzle game for E Ink Kindles. The developer will use the KDK to create this "Active Content". Please note the following:
The KDK is comprised of two sets of APIs:
• Java version 1.4 Personal Basis Profile (PBP) APIs for mobile devices. PBP JavaDocs can be found at http://java.sun.com/javame/reference/apis/jsr217/.
• Kindle custom APIs which complement the PBP APIs and provide UI components, JSON and XML parsers, HTTP and HTTPS networking, secure storage, and other features. Other APIs like audio and dictionary access will be available in a future release of the KDK. KDK JavaDocs can be found at http://kdk-javadocs.s3.amazonaws.com/index.html.
Examples of what we're looking for:
We will provide the KDK as well as mockups.
This will be a very fast/easy project for a skilled programmer. Preference will be shown for developers that have prior experience developing for E Ink Kindles (with or without the KDK).
We are looking for a programmer to work with LONG TERM. We have many projects on deck and need somebody we can work with on a regular basis, provided the Content and working relationship are top quality.
By applying/accepting this job you agree this is a WORK FOR HIRE situation. You agree you will own no rights to the work or parts of the work and you understand/agree your name will not appear anywhere on/in the work.
The completed kindlet is to be delivered ready to be submitted to the Amazon Marketplace by the date mutually determined in the Project Agreement.
*Respond to this personally with the code word -charlie- in the subject, so we know you read the description, or your bid will be deleted without review.
*Include screenshots / links to previous apps you've developed, or your bid will be deleted without review.
*Remember, the Kindle is a unique device (no color, slower refresh, etc.) -- ensure you are qualified to bid.
*Any unreasonable bids will be deleted without review. We are not new to this.
Thank you all for your bids.