Do you want to help us create user interfaces with interactive 3d graphics for our web applications? As a frontend developer in our web development team you will:
- create user-interfaces that enables our users to model and analyse different structural engineering problems,
- create interactive 2d and 3d graphics as part of these user-interfaces,
- create 3d visualisations - visualising typical analysis results as graphs or heatmaps mapped to 3d objects.
3D-visualisation examples from our desktop software
- Several years of programming experience, at least 2 years of frontend development
- Interest in WebGL and ThreeJS
- Interest in linear algebra and geometric algebra.
- Good/excellent language skills in written and spoken English
About Strusoft and the development team
StruSoft AB is a Swedish innovative software development company based in Malmö with more than 30 years of experience in specialized software applications for the entire building industry. With a new owner we have wind in our sails and will branch out into new disciplines and technologies. To meet the demands of the next generation of software platforms, like cloud based and web-based solutions, a new team is being built up focusing on both new applications and porting of existing in-house software.
The main concepts of the development relies on modern principles, such as agile development, automated testing and continuous deployment. The technical focus is scalable cloud deployment, cloud computing, micro services, web services, single page web applications, and 3D programming.
You will be working in a team consisting of front-end developers, system developers and structural engineers. The topics of this team are structural calculations, mechanics of materials and design according to building code. Such topics demands properly harnessed computing power, logical and rational user interfaces and finally detailed visualization of results in both text and graphics.
Pierre Olsson: firstname.lastname@example.org
PhD. Civil Engineering
Team leader, Software Development