Bad Elf is Hiring! (Scottsdale, AZ)

by Brett Hackleman February 18, 2014 1 Comment

We have several positions open in our Scottsdale, Arizona office.  We're looking for top-notch firmware and iOS developers with a passion for shipping products in the aviation, marine, and GIS markets.  Please visit our careers page for all the details.

 

(our apologies to folks in colder locales -- this photo was taken at KSDL yesterday)

 

Applicants must be local or willing to relocate to Scottsdale, AZ.  We expect to have more openings for hardware and iOS developers this summer/fall, so please get in touch if you are interested.  No recruiters please.

 





Brett Hackleman
Brett Hackleman

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Andy Meyer
Andy Meyer

March 13, 2014

Are you aware of a means to mount the Bad Elf GPS Pro on an aircraft dash? I’m thinking of some kind of non-skid pad with elastic straps to hold the GPS unit.
Thanks,

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