As a reminder, please include the location if you would need employees to work on-site.
This job has had me write compilers, learn Scala, reverse and interoperate with freaky network protocols, test chipsets, write hypervisors, extend debuggers, and crawl through the heating ducts and garbage chutes of several of the biggest web apps out there. It is a very cool gig.
And, I have news! Since last I posted this appeal, we've opened a Bay Area office. I'm hiring in NYC. I'm hiring in Chicago. And I'm hiring in SFBay.
We're looking first and foremost for people who can code and who have a deep interest in software security. I've been thrilled with the quality of people I've gotten to talk to on HN. You can't possibly waste my time. My contact info is in my profile.
I decided it was much better to build things that people want after all.
And the coding part is most often in ruby or jruby (and yes, I do try to sneak in a little clojure past Tom). You don't need to know Ruby coming in the door, but if you are a good programmer, you will pick up in no time.
Check us out.
(Ok, back to breaking things. But they tell me I should stop breaking tools in the black bag, though.)
We're a little company based in Yellowknife, the capital city of the Northwest Territories. We deliver broadband satellite internet to 61 of the most remote communities on earth, and now that our network's up and running (although we're investing heavily in upgrading it), we're busy building great software for our customers, optimized specifically for our unique network.
Right now, we're building a file sharing webapp. Why not just use dropbox, you ask? Well, our network is pretty unique: all our traffic is bounced off a satellite, and round-trip latency of ~600ms (which is because of the horrible limitation of the speed of light, which we are constantly working to exceed) means that we have to do things a little differently. SSi is so cool that when we won a government contract to do "time-shifted file transfers", we decided that we /could/ meet our contractual obligations with a few weeks of work/testing, but instead we're building a wicked webapp that brings the functionality to everyone on our network, not just big clients with IT departments.
Yellowknife's not as cold as you think, and the 24-hours-of-daylight summers are not to be missed.
If you're interested and game, we'll make an offer really easy to accept: We'll get and pay for your apartment, a car if you need it, and pay you atop that. We'll do all that for up to three months while you evaluate us and the north, so that it's risk- and hassle-free for you to come to a really great, unique company in an awesome little city.
Looks like they're building a bridge, though. By "not as cold as you think", you mean that the spit hits the ground before it freezes?
And that bridge... What a nightmare. It's been in the works for years, tens of millions over budget, and it's become a local joke. "Yea, we'll finish that once the bridge is finished."
Also, you only have to take the ferry in the warm months--from January to mid-April you get to drive on the ice road. There's a show about it on Discovery called Ice Road Truckers (oddly, everybody here loathes the show, despite some of our locals being on it). It's pretty fun to be cruising down a shoveled track of ice on a huge frozen lake, radio blaring. Yes, there are roadsigns on the ice road. :)
(Just a Manly-Man-o'-the-North note: I'm wearing shorts and a t-shirt today. We bust out the summer clothes at anything above 5C.) :)
This is pretty epic looking, isn't it:
http://justin.tv/problems => jobs @ justin.tv
You should email me directly - email@example.com. We code for the cameras and the server-side, mostly Python/C -- and there are many terabytes of data to work with. We also have an iPhone app and will support more mobile platforms in the future.
We're looking for generalist engineers who know C like the back of their hand but prefer to code in a higher level language like Python 90% of the time. You should also have experience with IP/networking or a voracious enough learning appetite to get it fast: we work with protocols a lot, and not just HTTP. Linux knowledge will come in handy too ... understanding file systems, system calls, toolchains, etc a plus.
You might work on web, iPhone, embedded camera code, and video server code all in the span of one project -- we don't like silos. Everyone here is an engineer and writes code. Our current team consists of core engineers from Xobni and DivX.
We've been too busy to write up a fancy jobs page, but there are ample sodas, salary, and equity :)
And FYI, we're funded by Mitch Kapor, David Cowan, and Aydin Senkut.
Doesn't this mean I'll receive an alert when I receive an email?
Wouldn't this be better:
"Receive alerts via email or text when something happens"
We're working on a high quality question and answer site.
Some of the tools we are using include Python, Pylons, nginx, memcached, Thrift, and git. We're using continuous deployment and EC2, so all code you write will go live to production within minutes no matter what time it is.
You can see more about our team so far here:
Email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you:
2) can prove it with existing work on great websites or projects
3) love the idea of Airbnb
More about our jobs here: http://www.airbnb.com/jobs
I'm hiring a team to help develop a new user-facing Data Product built on top of LinkedIn's massive dataset of 65 million member profiles, connection graph, recommendations, company database, and other rich information sources - both internal and external. I described a bit about what it is like working on our team earlier this month on the LinkedIn blog: http://blog.linkedin.com/2010/04/20/linkedin-data-scientist-...
To accelerate the application process, feel free to ping me directly (info in my HN profile).
* Senior Software Engineer - Analytics Applications
Front end engineer working directly with me & the Data team. You will be wiring up an application and UI that serves millions of users, pulling data from sources like Voldemort and relational databases. Looking for solid developers who can quickly crank out a solid web app in Java, Rails, or Django. Should be someone who iterates quickly and thinks about scale. Interest in information design / interaction is a plus.
* Site Operations Engineer (Ruby on Rails)
Another role that might be of interest to HN readers: You will work closely with the Light Engineering Development team to configure, deploy, and monitor production-ready applications using any or many of: apache, nginx, memcached, mongrel, thin, Passenger Phusion, rabbitmq, redis, sphinx, and anything else it takes to get the job done.
We also need more data scientists to focus on the machine learning algorithms & statistical processing behind this and other similar products we have in the works. Experience with things like Hadoop, Mechanical Turk, & Info Retrieval a plus:
* Senior Software Engineer, Information Extraction
* Senior Data Scientist
It's a pretty simple premise. Every day I feature a new company that is hiring. You can browse by tag, so for the sake of the HN crowd I'll plug myself twice more.
Software Development Jobs: http://onedayonejob.com/entry-level-jobs/software-developmen...
Web Development Jobs: http://onedayonejob.com/entry-level-jobs/web-development/
I only talk about the entry level positions, but a lot of the companies are hiring at higher levels too.
It's also pretty cool to go into work each day and know that you are working towards saving lives and helping the medical industry.
They just got new offices in Mountain View. Check the jobs page for compensation and such.
You get to write functional data structures with hardcore low-level C/C++ and the linux kernel, and run awesome experiments on really fast hardware. Plus, I can promise you that Mike and Slava are really cool guys and you'll love hanging out with them.
Complete requirements: general awesomeness
Get into mobile!
Email: email@example.com ; Mountain View, CA near Caltrain ; YC/Sequoia
I am the tech lead of the REST APIs component, which is written in Scala. We are using a Service Oriented Architecture with back end services written in Python and Java, all communicating via Thrift. RabbitMQ, MySQL, Memcached, Solr, Riak and cloud deployment round out our back end stack. Front end is HTML5/CSS3. We use Git.
With 5 weeks paid time off + 10 holidays, free lunch every day, made-to-order breakfast twice a week, and rooftop parties, it's easy to get used to working here.
We're a growing startup with 20+ full time employees. Many of us have worked at Amazon; many of us have founded startups. Our customers are app/game developers and our services are used by millions of consumers.
We help social games and apps monetize and manage their virtual economy. Payments, virtual currency management & analytics, subscriptions, and more. There's lots of real demand, so your priorities are closely tied to our business needs and your products will make us money.
More about us: http://www.jambool.com
You'll code in Ruby. We're looking for people with 2-4 years of experience writing production code. You'll focus on one or two products, but will be exposed to all of our systems. You'll work with external customers to understand their needs, design solutions (features, products, process) and implement them end-to-end (from UI to the database).
More job details: https://www.jambool.com/socialgold/corp/jobs
Cynicism is too often just an excuse for mediocrity.
And we're pretty serious about being a flat and equal team - we stirred up some good reactions on HN with a blog post about why we don't believe in job titles:
Email me directly at rburke@yahoo-inc.
Come help us change the heart of commerce from the ground up. Hard problems, smart people, and the coolest office space in Brooklyn await you. Check out our development blog for a taste of what we're working on behind the scenes:
What we are looking for:
Web developer – either one person who can handle both front and back-end or one front-end developer one back-end developer. We are going to build an e-commerce site that is overlayed with additional functionality, including workflow and coordination tools; this will be a group shopping platform where the bride can act as a mini site administrator with her bridesmaids connected to her account. We are either going to use Magento as the e-commerce platform upon which we customize or we are building from scratch (we need help evaluating the risk of customizing on top of Magento given that the coordination tools are critical to our value proposition).
Front-end skills should include UX and UI experience. We would love to have someone who can help us with look and feel but are planning on having a graphic designer work with us on this if we cannot find a front-end developer who can do this too.
On the back-end, we would like to set up our website for robust analytics, inventory management, integration with an accounting system, etc. Past experience building a website end-to-end is a must; experience with e-commerce and/or social-networking platforms is a plus.
Founder, Ilana Stern: Prior to the GSB, Ilana worked as a Buyer for Bloomingdales, where she spent a portion of her time purchasing dresses for Bloomingdale’s nationwide. Last summer she worked for Bonobos, an e-commerce apparel start-up, and as a management consultant at Boston Consulting Group. Ilana received her BA from University of Pennsylvania in 2005 where she focused on International Relations.
If interested, contact Ilana at firstname.lastname@example.org
Checkout our tech blog at http://tech.backtype.com and contact me directly at email@example.com
Funda Real Estate B.V. -- http://www.funda.nl/neveradullmoment (Dutch)
Please see above link for details. You're always free to send an e-mail to the contact person in the listing or myself at firstname.lastname@example.org
Needs to be proficient in C, Python, MySQL. Needs to be able to pick up new systems quickly. Great GPA from a top 5 CS school a plus.
If this sounds like you, send me an email! email@example.com
Backend Web Developer
Things you can expect to do:
-Work closely with co-founders Jay Marcyes and Mark Hendrickson
-Build out the "guts" of Plancast by constructing database-heavy models and controllers
-Lead development of major new features
-Help with the refinement and optimization of existing features
Qualities we're looking for
-5+ years web development experience
-Expert in PHP, MySQL, and Object Oriented programming
-Experienced with Symfony or a similar development framework
-Comfortable with Unix command line interface
-Adept at Git or a similar version control system
-Happy to code projects large and small, as well as refactor code as necessary
Investors include: SoftTechVC, True Ventures, Founders Fund Angel, Zelkova Ventures, Aydin Senkut, Saul Klein, David Cohen, Joshua Schachter, Dave McClure, Dan Martell, Ron Bouganim, Paige Craig, Naval Ravikan, and Shervin Pishevar.
We're currently a 3 person team. You WILL have a big impact on the future of the company.
More info: http://plancast.com/jobs
Spiceworks, Inc is looking for Rails developers. I was recently hired and they are still looking for more. With the $16m capital infusion back in January executive management is looking to double its size.
Brought to you by the same people as Tivoli, All.com, and Motive Communication (currently the 2nd largest IPO in Austin history).
Let 'em know Scott sent you :)
- obsession with exceptional engineering
- obsession with building a great web product, and a great user experience
- intellectually inquisitive - we like delving into ideas, whatever the ideas are about
- fun and friendly - we enjoy each other's company a lot, and have a great deal of respect for each other. We want to continue this atmosphere through the people we hire.
Here are some of the technologies we work with: Rails, Nginx, Node.js, Redis, Memcached. We are based in downtown San Francisco. More information about the team, and about how we think about software engineering and product development, is here http://academia.edu/jobs
Front end engineer:
Web App Designer:
email: pmaddox +at+ goldstar dot com
Sifteo, a venture-backed consumer electronics start-up, is seeking talented individuals to help create a new generation of interactive games on a revolutionary platform. We are creating Siftables, a set of interactive video tiles that form the world's first tabletop game console.
We are currently looking for:
* Game Designer / Developers
* Software Developers
* Web Developers
For more info, please see:
We do push notifications and content delivery for mobile devices - currently iPhone and BlackBerry, but (very) soon Android and others. We have lots of really awesome customers and power some really big mobile apps.
Server stuff is in Python, but there's also work in Objective-C and Scala.
We're funded by True Ventures and Founders Co-op and we currently have 7 people - 6 engineers and our CEO, Scott Kveton. It's a place where everybody works on every layer of the stack and we're having a fantastic time working on new products and scaling out. You should join us.
We're located in Kadikoy/Istanbul.
We're looking for one or two Solrish search developers who enjoy Hadoopiness, an AWS aware operations peep who yearns to develop more, a Python middleware API wrangler with Django chops, and one or two UI whizzers to do some cool jQuery based front-end work in a retro UX.
If you are interested (in the jobs), sign up for the beta at http://loggly.com/signup/, and then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the access code.
We're based in Washington DC (in sweet offices in Dupont Circle) but are open to remote people.
We don't have a job description up for this yet, but we're also looking for a strong agile project manager. If you're interested, send email to: jobs at sbnation dot com
Here are some of the people you'd be working with: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mlovitt/4507488493/in/set-72157...
Please write me an email (address in my profile) for more information.
No resume or CV please. I want to see blogs, GitHub accounts, StackOverflow accounts, and the like.
It is a unique and innovative legal formation yes, but not an illegal one.
We are looking for web, iPhone, Android and BlackBerry developers near Palo Alto, CA.
That's the web site for the new Star Wars MMO. Integrating live game data. Feeding it to the web. Letting people go crazy with user-generated content on it. For the two million players that EA wants, just to start.
The community is already huge. It's one of the biggest Drupal sites ever, and it's getting bigger every day. Come help me work on it.
BioWare is still hiring for senior Java and senior Drupal or PHP developers, as well as a graphic artist and an HTML/CSS/JS developer, in Austin, TX.
I'm an interaction designer for the web team, and the three jobs are here, under "Marketing:" http://www.bioware.com/bioware_info/jobs/austin_jobs/
They're contract jobs, so no relocation is provided for, but they're a year long, so you wouldn't have to look for something new right away.
Let me know if you have any questions, or if you apply and want me to put your name at the top of the list.
We're a Software Security Company looking for great Security Engineers. I'm the Director of Security Services at Security Innovation, so if you have any questions e-mail me at email@example.com
Here's a link to the formal job description:
Here's our "informal" job description:
Are you passionate about software security? Do you look at MD5 and RC2 with disgust? Do you find yourself reciting hexadecimal often... in little endian order? Do you find security issues everywhere you look? Do you often wonder how software security can be so broken, and why more people don't understand how SQLi, XSS, and CSRF work? Do you smile uncontrollably when you see 0x41414141 on the stack? Would you rather stay up all night, for 12 hours strait, writing a tool to automate a task than do something repetitive and boring for an hour?
If so, then I have great news for you - Security Innovation is hiring! We're looking for somebody who will fit in with our current team of extremely talented security engineers. We pay well, have great benefits, and provide a budget for annual security conferences. We have an awesome office downtown and get to travel occasionally. Enjoy the challenge of penetration testing n-Tier applications, crypto systems, and web apps from some of the largest software vendors in the world while enjoying the office lifestyle of a small, yet established, company.
If this sounds like the opportunity you have been searching for, then look no further, email us your resume today!
We want to add one more hacker to our pre-launch team.
We're expecting to release our early access and close funding (from a top tier NYC VC) both within a two month time frame.
Familiarity with the django framework and mobile platforms help. Off-site work is fine to start, but you need to be from the NYC area for team meetings (or willing to relocate).
• At least 3 full years of experience developing in RoR to produce best-in-class Web sites on-time and within budget
• Strong communications skills and ability to get things done in the context of a highly distributed, international team (we have folks in the US, Sweden, Russia and Ukraine)
• Pro-active and can-do attitude: if anything is blocking you or unclear, you ask for clarification right away
• Pride in your work product: you test your work before telling us it's complete
• Passion for travel, and solving users' current pain points
Native Russian speaker a plus; we're developing a cutting edge product at the nexus of vertical search and social media that is launching intially on the Runet--one of the few markets where Google is not the #1 SE and Facebook is not the #1 social networking site.
Piqued your interest? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Inside Sales Representative (Account Manager)
Web Marketing Specialist
Community/Social media manager
QA Test Engineer
Most of these would be onsite - I'm pretty sure the Community manager position can be remote.
We're a venture-back startup, and we've just gone live with the 1.0 version of our product. Now would be the perfect time to join us!
Feel free to email resumes to email@example.com or jnoller at the same domain.
This is from a friend of mine:
I recently changed jobs to a software company with a focus on utilities - OPOWER - and we're growing rapidly. I was employee 75 and we're projected to have over 150 by the end of the year. As software is our product, we need the best and smartest engineers and developers we can find. It's a very cool, casual atmosphere and a great place to work but being on the east coast, it's very hard to find the level of talent that we need.
On the off chance that you know anybody that would be willing to move to DC, please, please let them know that we're hiring. Beyond the fact that DC is, in fact, a great town to live in, it's a great company with wonderful benefits and new candidates receive options in a growing company. I know it's a long shot, but I figured it's at least a good excuse to get in touch. Seriously, we need the best people we can get, and fast.
The last time this thread came around, we hired the one person who emailed me :-)
Tapulous is a leading iPhone developer with over 30 million users. People play our games over 3 million times every day. Our flagship, Tap Tap Revenge is the first gaming franchise on the iPhone. We are angel funded and profitable.
Our open positions are listed on our site.
To correct that, drop me a line: firstname.lastname@example.org
We're looking for intern, junior and senior folks to work on stuff that's cool enough that it is embargoed. We're in Newton, MA and you'll need to be too.
Warning: I'll ask you to write code pretty much the first time we talk.
Either way, I'll see what you have to offer. Good luck finding HNers
We are looking for C++ Engineers to work on open-source code in the compilers/object persistence/DB/multi-threading/networking areas. If things like the new plugin architecture in GCC 4.5 make you excited, then you are our kind of guy (or gal). Here is more info:
NexTag.com is the leading comparison shopping site for products, financial services, travel, automobiles, real estate, education and more. Founded in 1999, the company was named one of the Top 10 Comparison Shopping Sites (2nd place after Google) by CPC Strategy.
JOB: SENIOR SOFTWARE ENGINEER
• 8+ years experience in software development with 2+ year in Java programming.
• Solid working knowledge of UNIX, preferably Linux.
• Experience working high volume e-commerce web development applications and tools.
• Expertise with Object-Oriented Design and implementation.
• Expertise in data structures, algorithms, and complexity analysis.
• SQL experience a plus, MySQL a big plus.
• Strong background in relational database.
• Good communication skills.
• BS or MS in Computer Science from a Top Tier University.
Great opportunity to work for a fast growing company.
If interested, send me an email at Lbeseda71@nextag.com
Looking for someone to help lead the charge in improving our web presence. The right person will be able to have a huge impact in pulling our web presence out of mediocrity. Our company is a good one to work for. We make cochlear implants.
also have a opening in the r+d lab for a data scientist: http://bit.ly/nytdatascientist
We have an amazing team, but we're changing the game with Miso, and we need more talent to make it happen.
We're looking to hire:
- iPhone/iPad wizards
- Front-end web heads
- Server-side web devs
- Better yet: a killer developer who can wear all these hats and more.
Current technology stack: Objective-C / Cocoa Touch on the iPhone/iPad, HTML5 / CSS3 / JS / jQuery on the web, Ruby / Rails / MySQL on the backend. We constantly evaluate other technologies to incorporate where they make sense.
We're funded and located in San Francisco, in Pier 38, on the Embarcadero, next to AT&T Park.
Send your info to email@example.com .
If you'd like to spend your days helping empower those same organizations, check us out:
We're hiring for several positions, including some non-coding jobs for those who like hacker news, but don't hack.
Boston: developers, sys admins, product and project management, client managers.
New York/Washington DC: client managers and a few other content and analytics positions.
ASP.NET MVC NHibernate JQuery C#
If interested, send me your resume. This is my position (I'm leaving) so I can tell you what you need to know, and hand your resume to the right person. Plus I can get the referral bonus!
We are starting to develop a large suite of applications for android. Thus, I am talking about a long term contract.
You can live anywhere you are, work is to be done remotely, paid on milestones basis.
We are looking for groovy hackers that are willing and able to hack on this system and develop the infrastructure, framework, API's (C, C++ and Java), and the applications (jQuery/HTML5/Canvas are the building blocks for the web apps).
Autodidact or Ph-d's are all treated the same.
We do not have a price list. You set yours, you get a chance (task assignment) to prove you worth it, passed, moving on, failed, too bad.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
We're looking for stellar product managers and engineers excited by big-data. http://younoodle.com/static/jobs
Right now my team needs web developers more than software engineers.
(Send an email to the address in my HN profile if you're interested.)
Literally the best team and company I've had the honor of working with. Onsite (Iowa City, IA), or remote, either is great.
We're trying to free your purchase data to allow any developer (including us) to add value. Social commerce (as a space) is ripe to explode, and we are at forefront.
Some of our tools include ruby, rails, haml, memcached, mongodb, sphinx.
Backed by August Capital, CRV, Sequoia, Ron Conway, Evan Williams, and many other awesome angels.
email me at email@example.com
The site has 100k visits a day (started ~August '09), and a considerable amount of financing. We're looking for somebody to lead the day-to-day development for a good amount of equity or pay (your call). A good understanding of what makes a "complete" and usable consumer product is critical. Also, the backend is python / django.
And obviously, if you like music too... we'd really love to have you!
One Block Off the Grid (1BOG) is looking for front-end and back-end engineers (web developers) to help us bring the consumer solar industry into the 21st century. If you're interested applying your software skills to the renewables space, this is a great way to do it.
You can reach me at kalvin / 1bog / org (Yes, we're a for-profit with a .org... it's an ongoing discussion.)
We develop custom client and server side software in C++ (client/server) and Erlang, Python & Mysql etc (server) for the biggest games in the world.
We solve a bunch of hard problems and have some fun along the way.
We are a small team and we work hard to keep our startup ethos.
We are hiring for multiple positions in Vancouver, Canada and Dublin, Ireland.
See our website for some job listings (not much else I'm afraid) - www.demonware.net
Work is on site in Reston, VA, USA. No visa sponsorship so must have right to work in USA.
I'm the development director at AppAssure, so drop my name and mention HN when you apply.
Startup culture - This will be the closest thing you can get to a startup environment without going on an all-ramen diet. We move fast and avoid the bs.
Work on something people use - Users upload a Flickr worth of photos every month. Life is too short to work on something nobody is going to use.
Plus you get to change the way the world communicates and shares.
We are currently looking into two Video conferencing SDK solutions to be used to build a customized Video Conferencing application. Solution one is made by www.avspeed.com and is called “iCOnf.NET Video Conferencing SDK”. It is a .NET based SDK toolkit. The second is by www.eyeball.com and their product is “Messenger SDK”. This supports various languages for the purposes of application integration.
Job Requirements and Responsibilities
Candidate should be self-driven and possess a mid-level degree of proficiency in the following areas:
Video Conferencing Skills
RTP (a plus)
TCP/IP sockets programming
Real Time Embedded programming
Video H.264 (a plus)
SIP (a plus)
Audio G711, G722, AAC based
BFCP (a plus)
Business Application website development
Lastly candidate should have experience in system analysis, design, coding and unit testing. Analyze and transform business requirements into technical design specifications captured in document form. Maintain Source code repository. Spec out and assist in deployment of development environments, including website(s) and database(s). Proactively provide ideas and solutions towards the improvement of the site and the business.
All interested applicants’ contact:
Jerroll Harewood or Nick Burke
We just launched http://ticketabc.com/
Small startup (3 devs), required onsite, Dublin, Ireland
Blurb.com is hiring. We're a print-on-demand publisher in San Francisco. The work is fun and the people are great.
Rails (and non-dev jobs): http://www.blurb.com/join_us
We're based in SOMA in San Francisco.
We're looking for software engineers, generalists that can work all over the web stack and total bad-asses! If you also happen to know Rails that's particularly attractive. :)
SocialSci connects the online community with academic researchers and provides researchers with the tools they need to bring their science online.
http://socialsci.com , 4 people, Boston, TS.
Positions are w/Trapster - one of the fastest-growing mobile apps / networks (5million+ downloads) that you may not yet have heard of :)
The codebase is well-written and maintained and written in Django. Anybody with strong experience in any web framework is welcome.
Pay and options are very good. Work must be onsite in NYC.
Get in touch with Adam Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to the listed positions we are also looking for Silverlight and Android developers.
email: chris at doubletwist dot com
We're also looking (although it isn't listed in the link) for Android engineers.
(I have nothing to do with the company, they're just in the same building as me)
kikin, an NYC startup, that is changing
the way people
experience the internet. Check out kikin.com to see our product and positions.