Looking for post-secondary student coders for prototype dev

David Baker (3open) david at 3open.ca
Sun Aug 5 11:51:43 EDT 2012

Hi Al,

CASRAI is a standards development organization so the reference means
that the prototypes built will, among other typical software and UI
features, consume and produce CASRAI-compliant XML. A coder does not
have to be an expert in CASRAI at the start, they just need to have some
understanding of XML as an input/output of the prototypes.

You can learn more about CASRAI in this short video:

Are you a potential candidate? or are you writing on behalf of other
students you be be able to direct to us?


On 12-08-04 11:17 PM, Alejandro Tejada wrote:
> Hi David,
> "For mobile prototypes we have no set capacities and
> are open to suggested platforms. Our preference,
> for budget reasons, would be mobile-web or cross platform
> frameworks."
> This spec opens a world of possibilities. :-)
> But this is the part more interesting:
> "We will employ 'lightweight' and agile practices and
> (because the prototypes are not intended for production use)
> we will favour speed and simplicity of development over
> architectural robustness. The prototypes must function
> properly for the user but need not scale nor be relied upon
> for mission-critical processes."
> Yes, in 3 months most developers of this platform could
> produce a polished application in their area of expertise.
> Hopefully there will be many takers from this platform,
> but I found this requirement difficult to understand:
> "develop specified prototypes (for demonstration purposes
> only, non-production) of web, mobile and desktop software
> that shows the potential for standards-based productivity
> for stakeholders in the research community"
> In plain words, What does that means?
> Al
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