Yet, there are no positions on the job market. At least, not in Atlanta. Also, no developer shows up on LinkedIn (either there aren't any, which is hard to believe, or maybe devs don't think it's that valuable!?)
Is it maybe, a highly-valued skill to be private channel developer? (I imagine, companies want that for marketing reasons)
I don't mean to sound skeptical. I am about to hopefully get a job offer from a company that does Roku development, and I'd like to compare the technology to Android when it comes to marketability. Thanks
I think that it's bad data. Yes, from my experience, being a Roku developer does pay more but there isn't nearly as much work available as their is for other platforms.
This is most likely due to Android TV/ Apple TV being extensions of bigger platforms. It's kinda hard to compare the 2 because Roku developers are specialized for the 10-foot experience where Android Developers or iOS developers could mean any device that uses their platform.
As for linkedin, I'm listed as a Roku dev on there and I get contacted for work on a regular basis. Not sure why you can't find them, but they are there.
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