That's gonna be a smart dude! Or girl.
Can u work from home and/or do you take in trainees?
Wow do you really have employees with this level of knowledge working for Zam right now? You must make an incredibly huge lot of money.. sounds like the kind of engineers that work for trully high tech companies or NASA.
Is reverse engineering legal in USA? I got vague souvenir that its forbidden in Europa :)
...this sounds super tempting. Does anyone have previous salary examples for this career pool?
Sadly I don't think I have the experience to apply. I am familiar with the process of disassemblers and hex editing from my work with SimC, but I don't have any professional experience with it.
Based on your requirements.... this should easily be in the $150K-$200K range.
Sorry to bother again Perc (if you're reading, that is), but have you shelved the localization efforts altogether or are you still evaluating their viability? Thanks :)
Ok. Thanks again for the input! :)