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Jobs at Deitel
Summer Internship and Co-Op Opportunities: Programmer/Developer

Spend your summer learning the latest technologies while gaining hands-on development experience! Deitel & Associates, Inc. is the world's top programming-language textbook creation organization, with several best-selling textbooks, professional books and multimedia packages. Deitel is also launching several new Web 2.0 Internet business ventures.

Work with leading-edge technologies including:

Java Visual Basic 2005 XML Ruby
Web Application Development AJAX Perl JavaScript
Web Design Blogging and RSS PHP Python
Macromedia Studio 8 Visual C# 2005 Dreamweaver ASP.NET

Candidates will work on our upcoming textbooks and professional books and/or our new Web 2.0 Internet business ventures. All of our books are published by Prentice Hall, the world's largest technical publisher.

Requirements:

  1. Undergraduate or graduate students majoring in computer science, information technology, marketing—or with industry experience.
  2. Strong academic record.
  3. Substantial programming experience in one or more of the technologies listed above.
  4. Strong English writing skills.

Responsibilities include:

  1. Learning leading-edge technologies quickly.
  2. Writing/developing original computer programs and original text descriptions of the code examples to be used in our Deitel/Prentice Hall publications.
  3. Developing instructor ancillary materials to accompany our Deitel/Prentice Hall publications.
  4. Internet and Web programming, building infrastructure for our new Internet businesses.

Please email your cover letter and resume to
Abbey Deitel, President
deitel@deitel.com
Phone: (978) 823-0130

For more information about Deitel & Associates, Inc., visit
www.deitel.com
www.prenhall.com/deitel

Deitel & Associates, Inc. is located in Maynard, Massachusetts, approximately a half-hour west of Boston. Interns must have a car; we are not easily accessible via public transportation. Applicants must be eligible to work in the United States.