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Extreme Blue 2006 Canada Job Posting

LOOKING FOR THE BEST POSSIBLE INTERNSHIP FOR SUMMER 2006? IBM’s entrepreneurial Extreme Blue program will exceed your expectations.

For the third year of Extreme Blue in Canada there will be six project teams, involving all of IBM Canada’s software development labs: Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, and Victoria. Three teams will be hosted in Toronto and three in Ottawa.

Join one of these teams (each with three technical students and one MBA student), take ownership of a real emerging business opportunity for IBM, and prove it will work. Collaborate across IBM divisions, locations and product teams. Build the technology and the business case.

BUSINESS INTERN: 6 positions
- MBA student at Canadian university
- focus on business case, market research, customer interaction

TECHNICAL INTERN: 18 positions
- computer science or engineering student aiming for a software development career
- focus on technical concept development and rapid prototyping

This is the opportunity to showcase and supercharge your skills. Mentored by top IBM technical and business leaders, and supported by IBM research, development, communications and media design experts worldwide: you own the results. Meet with IBM executives almost every week to hone the technology and your pitch, and then take it on the road to Extreme Blue Expo where you will demo and present to IBM senior executives. Impress them and win a new development mission for your lab! If you’re looking for a future fulltime job, this is the way to get it!

It’s a lot of work, and it’s a lot of fun! To give you time to recharge, Extreme Blue runs from May 15-Aug 18.

Visit to apply. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact


You will be matched to the projects most suited to your unique combination of skills and experience, and you will then be interviewed by the project team. You will know what you will be doing and where you will be going before you need to make a decision. Here are some concepts in the works:

Develop technology to improve Java startup performance based on promising new optimization concepts.

Create a new database programming paradigm based on Ruby on Rails.

Meld secure digital forms technology and advanced workflow into a state-of-the-art visual business integration environment.

Develop new capabilities for advanced services and provisioning of IT systems.


PREFERRED DISCIPLINES: Computer Science/Engineering/Math OR Business/Commerce/Management



To submit your resume and transcript information for this position, please do the following:

1. Apply online to IBM via
2. On the right pull down menu, choose Canada.
3. At the bottom of the page, using the pull down menu, select the type of position (technical or business) for which you would like to apply.

If selected for interview, you may also be required to complete an online aptitude test. You will be sent an invitation via email and must complete the test on or before your interview date.

One of the purposes of our student programs is to identify students who, based on mutually satisfactory work term experience, would be suitable candidates to join IBM and start a career following graduation.

IBM Canada Limited is committed to the principle of equity in employment. We encourage applications from qualifed women, men, members of visible minorities, aboriginal persons and persons who are physically challenged.

This is a temporary position paid hourly without the IBM benefits package. Vacation, statutory holidays and overtime will be paid in accordance with government employment standards legislation.



Le groupe de traitement d’image fournit des solutions matérielles et logicielles aux manufacturiers d’équipement industriel et aux consultants œuvrant dans les domaines de la vision artificielle, de l’analyse d’image, de l’imagerie médicale et de la surveillance vidéo. Le groupe de logiciel d’imagerie est responsable du développement de tous les outils logiciels nécessaires pour solutionner une grande variété de problèmes d’acquisition et de traitement d’image. Le produit principal est la librairie MIL (« Matrox Imaging Library »), une librairie de traitement indépendante du matériel qui permet de faire l’acquisition, le traitement et l’affichage d’image sur toute la gamme de produit d’imagerie de Matrox. La librairie MIL est supportée sous divers systèmes d’exploitation dont principalement Windows XP et Windows CE.


Dans le cadre d’une petite équipe de travail (3 à 5 personnes), le candidat sélectionné participera à la recherche et au développement d’un outil de programmation visuelle destiné à permettre à des non programmeurs d’utiliser la librairie MIL dans un environnement de production.

Il s’agit d’une nouvelle équipe formée dans le but de développer et de mettre en marché un nouveau produit logiciel.

Le logiciel est développé à l’aide du langage C# et s’exécute sur la Microsoft .Net Framework ainsi que sur la .Net Compact Framework for Windows CE. Certains modules seront développés à l’aide de C++ et COM.


Étudiant au bac. en science informatique, génie informatique ou en génie électrique et :

Avoir une moyenne générale égale ou supérieure à 2.9/4.3 ou à 2.6/4.0

Vous avez un intérêt marqué pour la programmation orientée objet.

Vous maîtrisez les notions de base de la notation UML.

Vous avez de l’expérience avec une librairie orientée objet (tels.NET, Java, VCL, MFC, …).


Connaissance du langage C# / librairie de classes .NET framework
Programmation d’interface usager / programmation par évènements.
Expérience en Visual C/C++ sous Windows.
La maîtrise du français est essentielle, tant à l’oral qu’à l’écrit.

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