According to the Linkedin post of Chris Green, Valve Software is looking for senior Linux + Mac engineers. No announcements have been made to what these resources will be working on.
on 01/28/2010 – Made popular on 01/28/2010
Ubuntu Developer Summit is underway and there have been interesting announcements flowing in all throughout the summit. However, the most exciting announcement made at this USD is perhaps about gaming.
The Steam Box was just a rumor and people have dismissed it a while ago, but it seems that Valve intentions were serious and they are planning to launch their own console, at least according to one of its engineers.
This is not the first time that a rumor about a Steam console has surfaced, but we were led to believe that it'... (read more)
Love knows no bounds, as the old saying goes, and there may be no better example than the Linux community's feelings for Valve. That, of course, dates back to the magical day in April when the gaming company announced it was bringing its Steam gaming platform to Linux at last, causing no end of jubilation in the Linux blogosphere.
This week Valve is making three announcements regarding their plans for expanding their plans for the living room. The first of which is SteamOS. A freely available Linux-based Operating System that Valve are advertising as having improved graphics and audio performance, as well as decreased input latency. Valve specifically mentions that more AAA games are [...]
The Linux Foundation has announced that Valve has joined the organization, in an effort to contribute to the promotion of the Linux platform. Valve already has great plans for Linux and has announced that it is working on SteamOS, a Linux-based operating system that is aimed at Steam players and gamers in general. Moreover... (read more)