We have heard quite a bit about Palm’s upcoming enyo framework in the past – it looks like work has now started to proceed for good.

A job posting on LinkedIn now reveals the following:

The Enyo Framework Team at Palm is looking for talented engineers. Come join the team that makes headlines with each new release, from the Ares cloud development environment to the Enyo framework. As part of the team, you will collaborate on new features for both our built-in applications as well as third party developers. Help push the envelope on what is possible using web technologies, including canvas, webGL, CSS3, hardware-accelerated animations and transforms, HTML5 video and more. This position can be located in either Sunnyvale HQ, or our new San Francisco labs office in SOMA.

Stay tuned for further info as we get it…

Related posts:

  1. enyo 2.0 released into production
  2. Rumor: webOS team to transfer to Google
  3. FireFox 3.5 released
  4. enyo to bring improved UI scalability
  5. HP adds Jason Robitaille to enyo team – summer internship

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