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Ask HN: Who is hiring? (January 2017)
612 points by whoishiring on Jan 2, 2017 | hide | past | web | favorite | 938 comments
Please lead with the location of the position and include the keywords REMOTE, INTERNS and/or VISA when the corresponding sort of candidate is welcome. When remote work is not an option, please include ONSITE. A one-sentence summary of your interview process would also be helpful.

Submitters: please only post if you personally are part of the hiring company—no recruiting firms or job boards.

Readers: please only email submitters if you personally are interested in the job—no recruiters or sales calls.

You can also use kristopolous' console script to search the thread: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=10313519.




SpaceX | Los Angeles, CA | Full-time | Senior Full Stack Software Developer | http://www.spacex.com/careers

We seek to accelerate the course of human history by developing the technologies necessary for multi-planetary civilization.

Most people think of us as a hardware company, but SpaceX has a strong software group that contributes to everything from vehicle design to literally launching the rocket.

The Flight Software Automation team is looking for accomplished full-stack engineers. The automation team serves as the bridge between the vehicle and the rest of the company. We write python primarily, and we interact with everything from rocket code to websockets.

Senior Full Stack Software Engineer: http://www.spacex.com/careers/position/8711 Full Stack Software Engineer: http://www.spacex.com/careers/position/205952

Please apply via the above links and mention Hacker News!


> To conform to U.S. Government space technology export regulations, applicant must be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., protected individual as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3), or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State. Learn more about ITAR here.


> Must be willing to work extended hours and weekends as needed

I know this happens in pretty much all software based companies but SpaceX is the only one I have seen which explicitly states that on their hiring page.


This DOES NOT happen in all software based companies. I don't get why people believe that its ok to be a slave.


Of the three companies I've worked for in Seattle--one Fortune 500, one small consulting firm, one slightly bigger than startup SaaS--none of them expected more than 40 hours. And only the SaaS had an on-call rotation, but off hour work even for the on-call person has been very rare.


It's fairly common, and it's not anything like slavery when there is effective management and the "as needed" is genuine emergent situations, not routine failures to plan predictable work within a reasonable work schedule.


The fact that this is common means nothing - what kind of argument is that... law breaking and human exploitation is also fairly common - does that mean it OK to do it?

> "Must be willing to work extended hours and weekends as needed". I also had some emergency situations where I had to fix something or help someone - and it is normal for me - but I can count that using fingers of one hand during a year.

What is NOT normal and should instantly raise red lights is that this is part of job description. Stop pretending it OK to do this in a company that is managed properly it should not take place.


There is a lot of room between "it's okay" and "it's slavery".

In this case, if "as needed" means "during the occasional launches of our experimental rockets, because launch windows happen at sometimes awkward times", it's quite a bit more understandable than "pretty much every deliverable, because we poorly set arbitrary deadlines."

Your initial point was good - it does not happen at "pretty much every" software company. I am not sure it's a red flag here, depending on the actual intent.


Sure, the only problem I see here than some people that work on startups think it's OK to force people to work overtime all the time - and for them it's the norm - where it should be an exception.

I saw it multiple times it even sometimes ends up with lawsuits like @ LinkedIn. I truly believe people can succeed without creating this kind of bad work culture.


You are my hero.


As always SpaceX and it's mission is just _cool_ (in a geek sense). However, to be honest, Python + rocket code in the same sentence perturbs me somewhat. Python is great for web automation tools and simple scripting situations, but for the love of humanity (seriously, because space travel & exploration), I shudder at the idea of Python being used in a complex rocket control system. Does the team use other tools for embedded or distributed controls?


The job description above is for internal user-facing tools. Mission-critical systems are done in C++.[1]

[1] https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/1853ap/slug/c8bpr00


That makes much more sense, the job posting seemed more likely a fit for internal user interface tools. Python certainly is a good fit there, but adding in the parts about touching the rocket code seems... well I just can't comprehend the idea of running Python on a rocket at launch time. Then again, maybe all the cool rocket systems will start having REST APIs. ;)

`curl -X POST rocket10.falcon-9.spacex.com/engine/ignite -d '{"countdown": 10}'`

Would both be amazing and terrifying!

P.S. @parent: I admire the work y'all are doing, Dozbog!


you don't need the `-X POST`, because `-d` will do a post by default :)


all the systems AND PARAMETERS are redundant in such mission...


In case anyone is wondering: no, this is not a sick joke.


facepalm


Python has had for a very long time both NASA and JPL as marquee customers/users, eg. http://montepy.jpl.nasa.gov/ for mission planning and control applications.

From the MONTE brochure:

The story of MONTE begins in 1998, when JPL’s navigation section commissioned an update to the aging DPTRAJ/ODP library. The goal was to translate these time-tested navigation algorithms from Fortran into a more maintainable, extensible, and better tested C++/Python application.


Fair enough, though reading some histories there's been a variety of languages used at JPL/NASA, and Python/C++ is a latecomer [1], [2].

1: http://wiki.c2.com/?MarsSpiritSoftwareProblem 2: http://www.flownet.com/gat/jpl-lisp.html

At the end of the day, if Python/C++ is effective for their team and works, then it gets the job done. Personally, I just dislike writing math/simulation code in Python. The syntax is too limiting for that topic and I've run into rather annoying delays when parsing CSV data due to utf8 vs byte vs ascii handling differences when mixing Pyhton 2/3. But mainly, deploying Python code to other users is a pain.


Python is very popular for doing mathematical modelling in every domain you could possibly imagine. Even when the core algorithm isn't done in python, python is great for pre-,and post-processing the results, analysis and gluing everything together.


It's a shame -- and slightly surprises me -- that ITAR applies to roles like this. Does it apply to entire orgs, or is SpaceX to small to be worth the trouble of creating separate legal categories of employees?


One of the great things about this job is that we have to interact with a lot of teams across the company - so the clearance is definitely necessary and reduces red tape.


I know that only US Citizens and Green Card holders can work for SpaceX.

I know that I might not be guy who flies to Mars in the first batch but I definitely want to add mine 2¢.

(mostly around intuitive user interfaces)

An alternative is to open subsidiary in the UK / EU...


Unfortunately just opening a subsidiary in another country doesn't help, one of the 'features' of ITAR is that it is extraterritorial, so even if you open a subsidiary in another country all the ITAR provisions apply in that country, as well as all the export controls of that country. It's tons of fun even working for a Canadian company.


Anything in Bay Area region?


Let me know when you open your Mars office...


omg T_T ... life is unfair ...


Binti | San Francisco, CA | Software Engineer | Full-time, onsite, will transfer H-1B | $100K – $140K, 0.25% – 1.0%

Binti makes software for foster care and adoption agency staff to improve their daily workflow so they can make better-informed decisions and spend more of their time actually helping people. Our mission is to find a safe, loving, and stable family for every child.

Binti's software is used by private adoption agencies in 30 states. We're in the midst of expanding into serving government foster care agencies and are close to reaching two-thirds of the foster care families in the state of California.

We have sustainable revenue, fanatical customers, and ample seed funding from top investors like First Round, Kapor, and Lowercase. We work together in SF and are growing rapidly.

Binti's main SaaS web product is a conventional monolithic Rails/Postgres app that delivers value in heaps and heaps, and remains super fun to hack on. We're building the monolith up higher and higher, and looking forward to soon chipping off a service or two (perhaps in Elixir?). Some of the areas in which we are especially seeking to round out our engineering team include web accessibility, front-end development, operations/"devops", UX, and security. We do not expect you to have all these skills, but are listing them here to give you a sense of our most pressing needs. We're using Kubernetes/Google Cloud.

https://binti.com/binti-careers/software-engineer/


UC Berkeley | Software Engineer | Berkeley | Full-time, REMOTE, ONSITE, http://berkeley.edu

UC Berkeley is hiring a full-time software engineer to work on a DARPA-funded project to build next-generation methods for social science research [1]. The software engineer will join a team of scientists and engineers building Dallinger [2], an open-source platform that automates the full pipeline of crowd-sourced experimentation, from recruiting participants to managing the resultant data; think lab-on-a-chip or microfluidics, but with people. The position is a 2-year contract, renewable up to 3.5 years, and includes a comprehensive benefits package. The full job ad and instructions for applying can be found at http://bit.ly/2hCqGrj. Remote work is possible.

Our stack is Python, Flask, PostgreSQL, Redis, WebSockets, the SciPy stack, Jupyter notebooks, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, all on Heroku & AWS.

[1] http://www.darpa.mil/news-events/2016-03-04

[2] https://github.com/Dallinger/Dallinger


Seems like the buttons to apply are greyed out; is there another way to submit an application?


Looking into this now. If you email me at suchow (@berkeley.edu), I can send you an email with a working link once it's back up.


There's an issue with the posting on the HR site. The university is on academic and administrative holiday until tomorrow, so this won't get fixed today, but should be back up tomorrow. Happy to answer questions here or by email in the meantime.


The application is back up.


You probably just need to click the 'return' link and create an account. (Haven't actually tried it tho.)


To save people time: I created an account but it still doesn't seem to work. Now the URL seems to always redirect to the login page.


presuming a clearence requirement? I retain Secret as-is.


No clearance is required.


SEC | Frontend Engineer | NYC $120,000 - $180,000 | ONSITE

We're building the US Securities & Exchange Commission’s next generation analytics platforms to keep our markets safe, effective, and trusted. Come build awesome tools to analyze big data. We do quantitative analysis, machine learning, plus good old fashioned product development. At the end of the day we are creating modern, elegant applications that help our government be more awesome. Join a small team of talented developers, capable researchers, and former finance people that saw the light.

We use a modern stack of JS, React, Python, pandas, Flask, C++, kdb+/q. It doesn't matter if you know our stack or not, if you love to learn you'll fit right in.

If you're interested please reach out to careers@aretecinc.com


Is this job working directly for the SEC or as a contractor?



If it was directly for the SEC, you would apply through a .gov site, so it is pretty safe to assume this is a contractor.


That said, you will be on-site and likely working on the most interesting problems.


Stream.io | Backend Developer, Python | Amsterdam, The Netherlands | ONSITE | Full time

We're currently expanding our core development team in Amsterdam and are looking for a talented Python Backend developer. Our ideal candidate has years of experience building complex systems at scale.

Our stack

  * Python/RabbitMQ/ZeroMQ/Golang/NodeJS
  * AWS / Softlayer / GCE
  * Cassandra/Postgresql/Redis/Memcached
  * Puppet/CloudInit/Terraform/Cloudformation
Skills and requirements

  * Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or prior engineering experience 
  * Experience building complex high performance software 
  * You are fluent with Python and at least a 2nd language like Go, Erlang, Scala or similar
  * Comfortable with Django
  * In-depth experience with SQL database
  * Memcached/Redis
What we offer

  * Work on nice-to-have problems (millions of HTTP requests every day)
  * Competitive salary 
  * Dev setup of your choice
  * Equity
About Stream

Stream is an API for building, scaling and personalizing feeds. The technology relies heavily on Cassandra and machine learning. Stream powers the feeds for over 50 million end users and handles billion feed updates every day. Our customers include small startups as well as Fortune 500 companies. Building a scalable, highly available, secure and performant feed infrastructure is a hard problem.

About us

Stream was founded in The Netherlands and joined the prestigious Techstars accelerator in NYC. After Techstars Stream raised $1.75m and now has offices in both Amsterdam and Boulder, Colorado. More details: https://angel.co/stream/jobs or email tommaso@getstream.io


1aim | Berlin, Germany | Onsite, Full Time, Visa https://1aim.com

At 1aim, we develop and produce access control systems, which allow to open doors with mobile phones. We create all hardware, software and IT-Infrastructure to run our systems on our own. Beside access systems we are already putting a lot of R&D effort in creating further new smart home/building automation products. We see ourselves as an engineering-driven technology company, that influences how a future with connected devices will look.

We enable engineers to focus on what they can to best, letting them work on new products in small, highly interdisciplinary teams. We try to get rid of as much management overhead as possible (no daily standup meetings!).

Right now, we are hiring new engineers for the following areas:

- RUST Backend Developer

- (Frontend) Web Developer

- Electrical Engineer

We do not care about your academic degrees or where you are from, but about the stuff you did and what you could create in the future given the right opportunities. If you are interested in working at 1aim, write us an email at work.hn<?>1aim.com and tell us about the projects you worked on that you are the most proud of and which technological feats of the past inspire you. We provide visa assistance, relocation support and free housing until you find your own place to live.

Interview process: 1st phone interview (screening) -> 2nd phone interview (technical) -> home assignment/technical challenge (depending on application) -> 3rd interview (mixed, via phone or onsite)

Please note that we will be very busy in january due to our presence on an important trade fair and our reply times might be a bit slower.


"We do not care about your academic degrees [...]"

Unfortunately embassies do care about these. Getting a work permit to immigrate to another country without an university degree certainly reduces the chances to get the embassy's approval, even in countries like Germany where there is some flexibility — if you have a Senior profile — a degree certainly accelerates the process.

In fact, in this industry, there is less people caring about an university degree than people who care about it, exceptions being those in the research field. But HR departments always filter out good candidates because they lack the degree, most HR employees are not trained correctly and/or know how difficult it is to hire a foreigner without a formal education background so they immediately throw good resumes to the trash can because of that.


Just moved to Berlin, no degree. The federal employment agency had to give approval after the contract was signed, which took about 2-3 weeks. Working visa issued after 3 days. HR shouldn't be scared, it's easy and pretty straightforward.


Could you give a bit more background to this? E.g. moved from where, what is your experience level, salary range maybe?

The general advice seems to be that a university degree is almost always required. Having another data point would be helpful!


You can "replace" the degree with sufficient professional experience, at least for Germany. Ideally you've got several years.


You are right. It would me much easier for us to require academic degrees. There are still ways to get a work permit for non-EU engineers without a degree, but its much more difficult and subject to a lot of arbitrariness. In some cases, it required months-long battles and countless appeals with the german federal agencies and thats already with support from the city of berlin. It's a difficult situation for all parties involved and we always warn candidates who might not qualify for an "easy" visa about the implications.

Unfortunately, the world is not and has never been a fair and equal place. Most people from western countries do not realize of privileged they are.


I work for a company called Honeypot. We have placed many non-EU developers with no degrees in jobs in startups in Germany and the Netherlands.

If you have no degree, you just need to prove that you have sufficient skills or work experience. It's more paperwork for the company, but for them it's usually worth it.

If you want more info, I can ask the team who looks after it.


In Berlin, so many companies are relocating developers that majority of HR have done the visa thing 4 or 5 times so they're used to it. Also when the job ad says they don't care about your academic degrees that means HR has been informed not to care.


I don't know why are you getting angry over them. They are not government. Also this point perfectly apply for people from EU.


Hey, a friendly reminder. I’m parsing the thread, all job offers added here are also available on the map on

https://whoishiring.io

If you post here:

Last month (https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=13080505) I’ve started a small campaign to update thread format and make it more parser friendly for whoishiring.io and others website I know that at least few websites that do similar thing.

As a result off this calling, many posters actually complied. Which resulted in more accurate map positions, better tagging (REMOTE, VISA, INTERNSHIP, …) and for some I was even able to get logos. Thanks!

Here is the format.

  1) {company} | {job title} | {locations} | {attrs: REMOTE, INTERNS, VISA, company url}
  Google | Software Developer | SF | VISA https://google.com
  DuckDuckGo | Software Developer | Paoli PA | REMOTE, VISA
or

  2) {company} | {job title} | {locations}
  Google | Site Reliability Engineer | London, Zurich, Sydney
  Facebook | Web-developer | London, Zurich
I’m using this regex to test the firstline.

  \s*(?P<company>[^|]+?)\s*\|\s*(?P<title>[^|]+?)\s*\|\s*(?P<locations>[^|]+?)\s*(?:\|\s*(?P<attrs>.+))?$
You can test it in Python or here https://regex101.com/r/relwQD/3 (for the match look right).


I think this is a good idea. Some problems:

* I have limited character allocation to wax poetic, and my listing is for a company (Pivotal) with 19 established offices and more that aren't really publicised yet.

* The requirement for positions in given locations changes constantly. One month I went through our list and posted those locations. By the end of the month, it was out-of-date.

* Then there's the problem that I'm listing for multiple disciplines. Adding an ad for every single role seems like it would be detrimental.

* Last but not least: I can earn a referral bonus from the ads I post. I'm not sure how my ad being slurped into a different site helps me, given that I expect my link might not be very prominent. (edit: except you seem to reserve a spot for URLs, so let's drop this one and chalk it up to "Jacques speaks before he reads, episode 20 kajillion")

Still, I'd be interested in making it work better.


Hey xando,

Thanks for the awesome website! Could you please add stats for F#? I've seen a few offers using that language but it's not on the Stats page :(

Thanks!


I modified it a tad bit when you're downloading the html job files, (If that's what you're doing):

e.g.

m = re.match("\s(?P<company>[^|]+?)\s\|\s(?P<title>[^|]+?)\s\|\s(?P<locations>[^|]+?)\s\|\s*(?P<attrs>[^|]+?)$)?", "spencertechconsulting.com | web developer | New York | REMOTE, INTERNS")

EDIT:

You missed the last \| pipe symbol for separating the location group from the attribute group


CompilerWorks | San Francisco Bay Area | Full-time, remote | $110k-$200k driven by your productivity

http://www.compilerworks.com/job.html

CompilerWorks is a bespoke compiler company, with our core product centered around compiling on dialect of SQL to execute on a different backend - e.g. would you like to run Oracle PL/SQL on a Postgre database? You can with CompilerWorks.

We are driven to solve interesting engineering problems, for this reason we take on challenges where compiler are useful. This means we choose work that the team is interested in, and only a third of our revenue is around our core product.

Let us know if you are interested info {at} compilerworks.com


How embarrassing - typos galore. Please do not judge.


you should be mentioning your tech stack i.e. Java spring framework here


SUSE | REMOTE, or Nuremberg (DE), or Prague (CZ) | Full Time

Live Patching developer

"Live Patching" is the Linux kernel infrastructure by which one can apply changes to a running kernel; this allows, for instance, to fix a security vulnerability with no downtime. As a live patching developer you will extend and maintain our live patching tooling, both for kernel and userspace live patching. The main purpose of this role is working on improving the automation that helps with generation and verification of the actual live patches. In addition to that, you will implement tooling for userspace live patching and participate in developing the actual live patches as well.

This is a remote working position; if you want to work at a SUSE office instead, that is fine as well.

What we offer

You will take part in the development of the core parts of our enterprise and community distributions and you will be encouraged to submit your work upstream. We will sponsor travel to relevant conferences where you can present your work. Working time is flexible and we offer a bunch of the usual benefits (these differ in different countries, though).

How to apply

Preferably, submit all relevant information in a single PDF file, so that no important detail is lost in transit. Give us some time to process your application. Expect the interview to be done over phone. Form submission for this position at https://jobs.suse.com/job/nuremberg/live-patching-developer-...

This is not the only job opening currently available at SUSE, see suse.com/jobs


I have applied many times and find myself suitable. Still, never got a response from anyone.


Is there a better way to reach you?


REMOTE (Worldwide) - Open Source Developer on Open edX - Python/Django, Javascript (OpenCraft - Remote/worldwide company based in Berlin)

Development specialized on the free software project Open edX, used by many universities and companies to run online courses. See edx.org, stanford.edu or fun-mooc.fr for examples of Open edX instances. We are a team of ten developers, working remotely from Europe, North America, Asia, Russia & Australia. The company is not affiliated with edX, but contributing and working with them on various projects. This is a full time position, were you would be able to work remotely from where you want, as long as you have a good internet connexion. : )

It's a large Python/Django codebase, with good code standards and architecture (a lot of the edX engineers come from MIT). You would work on different clients contracts using the platform. The clients list/references include Harvard, edX themselves, the French government, and various startups & universities currently running their own instances, or looking to create one. Tasks are varied, from developing developing core platform features, custom exercises and tools for specific courses (XBlocks), customizing and deploying instances, working on both client/server sides, etc.

Most of your work is published as free software (Open edX is released under the AGPL license, which requires clients to release modifications under the same license), and you would also contribute to the free software project, pushing some of your developments upstream through pull requests, contributing features, documentation or help on mailing-lists.

Stack: Python/Django, Ansible, AWS/OpenStack, Debian/Ubuntu, JS, HTML/CSS, MySQL, MongoDB

Interview process: a 15 minutes (simple) coding exercise & a 30 minutes Hangout. If that works out, you're given a (paid) test task: a contribution to the Open edX project. The decision is taken based on how you handle the upstream contribution.

To apply, fill this form: http://opencraft.com/jobs/open-source-developer/


It appears you've only managed to hire one person after at least 246 days (https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=11612805) and it is safe to assume you've advertised this position in other boards as well. I see you were a team of nine developers back then, and only recently became a team of ten developers, according to the job posts.

Maybe you should inform the community here why it hasn't been working out for you or update the copy to indicate the level of experience you are looking for.


It's been a while since I applied, but I haven't heard back yet (no coding exercise either)


This is great, I do not have so many experiences now, but I will keep close attention at this.


Scalyr | San Mateo, CA (ONSITE)

Frontend Engineer: $125-160K, >=0.3% equity

Agent Engineer | $125-160K, >=0.3% equity

"Agent Engineer" sounds like something from Person Of Interest, but actually you'll own our lean, mean data collection agent. An ops visibility tool is only as good as the data it collects, and we pride ourselves on gathering everything from logs to system metrics to application metrics to API data. If you enjoy constantly getting to play with new tools, come help us connect to... everything. You'll get to play with packages from Apache to Zookeeper, APIs from AWS to, er, Azure, while tackling challenges such as monitoring 100,000+ simultaneous log files using minimal CPU.

Frontend Engineer: we earn our keep by giving users unprecedentedly fast and easy tools for exploring vast amounts of operational data. That starts with our unique backend query engine, but it doesn't mean anything without an equally amazing frontend. We're building a brand-new web app that adds features while removing complexity, all with an eye to performance. As a ground-up rewrite, there's lots of opportunity for you to have a significant impact. If you care about user experience, enjoy great engineering, and want to join an experienced team where you can really stretch yourself, we'd love to hear from you.

At Scalyr, we've built a log analysis and ops visibility tool that our users rave about, because it smashes expectations for performance and ease of use. We offer the equity, influence, and fun of an early-stage company, with stability, great pay, and a low-stress culture. We have great backers, strong traction, and an 11-digit target market. I've built half a dozen startups, including Writely (aka Google Docs), and I can honestly say this is my favorite so far.

If this sounds like fun, check out the link below, or drop us a line at jobs@scalyr.com.

https://www.scalyr.com/company/jobs/agent-engineer


Credit Karma | San Francisco, Los Angeles, Charlotte | Full Time, Onsite | https://creditkarma.com

Credit Karma's mission is to make financial progress possible for everyone. We have over 60 million US members and are a true mission-oriented business, a rare case where our incentives are aligned with our users - we succeed by helping our members attain financial progress.

We've been growing rapidly over the past few years (hypergrowth) and are hiring across a wide range of positions. On the backend side, we are moving to Scala-based microservices using finagle and Thrift, and as well as GraphQL on node.js. Our native iOS and Android apps are #1 in finance (with a 5 star rating on the App Store) and we're rebuilding our website in React + Redux. Our data teams use Kafka, Spark and BigQuery among other technologies.

If you're motivated by growth and impact Credit Karma is probably the best place to work in tech today. We have solved product / market fit and distribution, but compared to our peer unicorns there is still so much work to do. If you look at the gap between our product today and what we are well-positioned to become - the main touchpoint for consumer finance - there is tons of opportunity for people joining now to take on responsibility and ownership and have a meaningful impact.

Feel free to reach out to me personally (scott.shumaker at creditkarma dot com) or visit: https://www.creditkarma.com/careers


Hadean | Systems Programmer | London | ONSITE, VISA

We're looking for a brilliant systems-level implementor to join us in London, or potentially remote, who matches ≥6 of the following:

  • loves C
  • loves Rust
  • has a wide array of ambitious self-directed projects
  • has got their hands dirty writing technically complex systems, such as:
    ◦ a high-performance database/KV store
    ◦ an OS
    ◦ a programming language implementation
  • enjoys writing roughly–performance-optimal code
  • enjoys writing roughly–reliability-optimal code (static/bounded memory allocation)
  • has used EPOLLET
  • has used io_submit + O_DIRECT
  • has bypassed the Linux kernel (for fun and/or profit)
  • has written on top of paravirtualisation APIs
  • enjoys reverse engineering
  • [insert your own comparable points here]
Our team runs the gamut — systems, distributed systems, compilers, professors, famous computer scientists — and is well-funded to change the landscape of compute. If intrigued, drop us an email at jobs@hadean.com


Warning: I had a close friend apply for this position about a year back and it was a bit sketchy. They said remote in the posting and then on the phone said the position was on-site. Additionally they said a salary number on the posting, and then on the phone said a lower number, with a promise to raise salary to the previous number after some amount of time. Then they lowered the number again in a second phone call.


Sincere apologies to your friend. At that point we were bootstrapping, and had been for a year. We had a fundraise coming together but the amount and timing were at that point unknown, hence lack of specificity regarding salary early on. We have since closed funding so things have been firmed up.

As for on-site vs remote we've always been happy to do remote for the right candidate but prefer on-site. We have in the past and continue to have a few remote employees.


"bootstrapping" is a shitty excuse for changing the salary expectations mid-way through the process.


From the perspective of a couple of engineer founders who went back and forth between two drastically different termsheets over the course of a few months of negotiations, it was either stick with a figure that relied on a deal we were leaning against, or share the most accurate picture at that point in time. It seems hard to justify acting differently, given the situation.


Sounds interesting to me!


ŌURA | http://ouraring.com | Software Engineers: Python, Android, iOS | Helsinki or Oulu, Finland | Onsite

Are you ready? ŌURA ring is a wellness ring that measures your sleep, activity, temperature and heart rate and answers how ready you are for day's challenges. Should you push yourself or take it easy?

Our sleep analysis is world class and rings are already used in several on-going studies by leading research institutes. We had a successful Kickstarter in late 2015, ramped up production in 2016, have active user-base and growing sales. We just closed $5M A-round for growing the team and international expansion.

We are looking for talented developers for following 3 positions:

- Backend Developer (Python, AWS) https://ouraring.com/career/backend-developer-python/

  Front-end Javascript skills (react.js, d3.js) are a big plus!
- Senior Android Developer https://ouraring.com/career/senior-android-developer/

- Junior iOS Developer https://ouraring.com/career/ios-developer-swift/

All positions are in Finland.


Kontena, Inc. | https://www.kontena.io | New York & Helsinki | onsite and/or remote

Kontena is creating an open source, developer friendly container & microservices platform. If you'd like to spend your days tinkering with Docker containers and hacking bleeding edge microservice architectures for one of the most popular open source project in Linux container ecosystem, check our current open positions:

Solution Architect (New York / Remote) - https://kontena.io/jobs/solution-architect

Kontena Platform Developer (New York / Remote) - https://kontena.io/jobs/platform-developer

Product Marketing Manager (New York / Remote) - https://kontena.io/jobs/product-marketing-manager

Software Developer – Full Stack (Helsinki) - https://kontena.io/jobs/full-stack-software-developer



FastMail | Melbourne Australia | Javascript, Support, Perl - ONSITE - full-time

FastMail is the world's best hosted service for non-transactional email (in our humble opinion). We're looking to grow our development team in the frontend and middleware areas, and looking for somebody to take overall responsibility for triage on third line support.

Job ads aren't up yet, planning to write them first thing in the New Year, and our workday starts here in about 45 minutes :)

You can read about our values: https://blog.fastmail.com/2016/12/13/fastmails-values/

And contact details for how to apply: https://www.fastmail.com/about/jobs.html

Remote isn't necessarily a deal breaker for the dev roles, but would need some face-time initially. Support must be in Melbourne office.


Just checked your website, but didn't see any of the positions posted yet. What sort of support role are you trying to fill?


Sorry, yeah - this thread came up before we had the position descriptions ready. Hopefully we'll post them today, still wordsmithing.

Support role is engineering support, third line. Currently handled by engineering staff on a roster, but it gives some inconsistency in response and it slows down whoever is on duty (currently me) in their other tasks!


Square | Software Engineer | San Francisco | Full Time. ONSITE. VISA.

On Seller Experience we're looking for senior engineers, and an engineering manager, to join our Onboard Platform and Onboard Experience teams.

Technical Lead - https://www.smartrecruiters.com/Square/102775838

Engineering Manager - https://www.smartrecruiters.com/Square/102364474

Square started with payments (the little reader that plugs into your phone) and now we do a whole lot more. Our team is focused on getting people signed up to Square, from account creation through identify verification, to discovery of the products and features that are a good fit for their business. There's a range of work: from highly polished front-end web development through highly available distributed systems and third-party vendor integrations. Interview process is a phone screen or two, then onsite, then offer.

Apply through the links above or reach out to me directly if you prefer (carden@squareup.com). Feel free to reach out about other engineering roles from https://squareup.com/careers/jobs?role=Engineering or product roles from https://squareup.com/careers/jobs?role=Product+Management as well.


Nylas | San Francisco | Engineer | Full-time | On site

We're building a new email platform here at Nylas. Over 30TB of data, AWS stack built on top of Python & Flask. Front end stack on ElectronJS, and React. Looking for engineers who love tough scaling challenges, open source, and working with lots of data.

* Infrastructure - https://jobs.lever.co/nylas/2acf52e8-54b1-4593-b269-3e7f64a4...

* NodeJS - https://jobs.lever.co/nylas/3c688d62-4985-4224-b59f-ab0a4f48...

Some of our recent writings:

* https://nylas.com/blog/technical-debt/

* https://nylas.com/blog/growing-up-with-mysql/ Would love to tell you more.

Shoot me an email at 'tomasz' @ 'nylas.com'


Karius | Redwood City, CA | ONSITE | Full-time | Senior Software Engineer

Karius is taking the genomic sequencing revolution (NGS) out of the lab to build revolutionary infectious disease testing. Traditional testing approaches rely on culturing and hypothesis-driven testing, but we directly sequence the pathogen DNA. We booked our first commercial orders last year and are opening up for more now.

I am a software engineer without a biotech background that worked at companies making webapps. I really appreciate working with a team with diverse backgrounds and having the opportunity to learn many new things. Its nice that Karius is still a startup where you can make significant contributions in one area or broaden your understanding of different areas.

There is something different about the vibe at Karius. People are happy to come to be at work, there is a lot of maturity, and everyone seems to bring their own special talents into the mix. We have company retreats twice a year and we care about making it possible to experience joy at work.

If you bring experience in the following areas, we would love to talk more.

• Bioinformatics Pipeline: Bioinformatics experience not required if you are an eager learner. Experience with a strongly-typed language (Rust, Haskell, Scala, F#, OCaml, Flow/TypeScript2) or experience with statically typed languages and appreciation of strong-typing.

• Front-End: TypeScript, React, CSS, and work well with designers

• Ops: Docker, building infrastructure on AWS with terraform and CloudFromation. Postgres, MySQL, DynamoDB

• Backend Web Services: C#, Database schema modeling, REST APIs with Swagger documentation

• Analysis: Experience with bioinformatics analysis and Python

website: kariusdx.com jobs at kariusdx.com


Stairlin | Zürich, Switzerland | Full-time | REMOTE | Frontend Engineer | https://stairlin.com#job

Stairlin is a fast-growing startup from Zürich Switzerland. We are building a booking platform that allows to booking on any kind of services with just a name and a phone number.

As a frontend engineer, you will work on our B2C and B2B web platforms. This includes implementing new features and refining existing ones. You will also work closely with our sales team in order to bring customers feedback into our product.

What we'll expect from you:

  - 5+ years of experience with software development
  - Experience with one or more of the following languages: Javascript (ES5/6), Ruby, Go
  - Experience with React, Redux or similar tools
  - Experience with HTML and SCSS
  - Deep understanding of browsers, HTTP and networking
  - Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  - Strong opinions, weakly held
  - Bonus: You speak one swiss national language
Frontend: [JS, ES6, React, Redux, HTML, SCSS, Webpack, Falcor]

Backend: [Go, Microservices, LEGO, gRPC, Aerospike, InfluxDB, Docker, Swarm]

Apply here: ['job', '@', 'stairlin.com'].join('') or contact me for more info: ['bg', '@', 'stairlin.com'].join('') (I am Bastien Gysler, co-founder and software engineer)


Would you be willing to consider someone with 1.5 years of exp ?


Y Combinator (yes, the people who run this site) is hiring hackers (San Francisco, ONSITE)

Y Combinator has a very big vision. This recent article talks about how we plan to invent the future: http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2016/10/10/sam-altmans-man...

Here's a secret most people don't know: software is at the core of our plans for how to do this.

We're looking for a couple of great hackers to join a small team in San Francisco. It's not a job for everyone, but it would be a good fit for someone who loves startups. Working at YC, you won't just write code, you'll be involved in everything YC does.

Here's an example of something interesting we built recently: http://themacro.com/articles/2016/08/investor-day-software/

If you're a hacker, send us a note here: http://bit.ly/1Od0T2l. You can also email me with questions: jared@ycombinator.com


Thinknum | New York | Backend Engineer | On-site - Full-time | VISA | $90k-$130k + equity

=== Who We Are ===

Thinknum is a Fintech company that organizes the Internet’s commercial activity into data models. Thinknum provides real time granular data (e.g., the average discount for Michael Kors handbags vs Coach handbags across retailers). We have hundreds of clients across major financial institutions and corporations. We're a profitable company that is growing quickly.

=== Who We Are Looking For ===

We're looking for back-end engineers that can streamline our data collection process. You will design and implement systems that collect data from websites and make it available to our customers on our platform. Looking for engineers with experience in Python and Javascript and familiarity with the DOM and tools for parsing the DOM like Selenium and BeautifulSoup.

=== Interested? ===

Interested? Drop me a note at jzhen@thinknum.com

Learn more about us: https://www.thinknum.com/

Thanks, Justin


Swiftype - San Francisco, CA - ONSITE (relocation assistance)

The product you would help build powers the search experience on thousands of websites and applications. We're a product/engineering focused company and we're fortunate enough to be working at a massive scale. Everything is growing quickly and we need more generalist engineers to join the team.

Here is the view from our office: https://instagram.fsnc1-3.fna.fbcdn.net/t51.2885-15/e15/1515...

Some Open Source releases from our team:

- https://swiftype.com/blog/introducing-meta-events.html

- https://swiftype.com/blog/web-server-uid.html

- https://swiftype.com/blog/objectid-columns.html

If that sounds interesting, email us at jobs+hn@swiftype.com or check out https://swiftype.com/jobs for more information.


MapD | San Francisco (city) | Backend Developer, Frontend Visualization Developer, Technical Marketing Director (ONSITE)

MapD (https://www.mapd.com) is a Google Ventures/Nvidia/Verizon Ventures/Vanedge/In-Q-Tel backed Series A startup that builds a lightning-fast GPU-accelerated database and visual analytics platform that takes advantage of the massive parallelism and high memory bandwidth of GPUs. We can literally run queries orders of magnitude faster than other systems (http://tech.marksblogg.com/billion-nyc-taxi-rides-nvidia-tes...) and since the results are on the GPUs, we can easily visualize the result sets with the native GPU rendering pipeline. Check out our Tweetmap demo (http://www.mapd.com/demos/tweetmap) or our billion-row taxi demo (http://www.mapd.com/demos/taxis) for an idea of what the system can do.

We’re looking for:

Backend Developer - Someone with strong experience in C++ and database/systems programming. Knowledge of CUDA/OpenCL, LLVM, X64 Optimization, and/or OpenGL a major plus.

Frontend Developer – Someone with strong knowledge of React/Redux. Ideal candidate has good design sense and a data visualization background.

Technical Marketing Director - Someone who can convey the technical value of our product via our website, blog, documentation, tutorials, demo videos, etc.

We’re a growing Series A company (~30 people) with deep knowledge of databases and GPU Programming. Benefits and equity are competitive ($115K-$170K / 0.2+%).

Please email jobs@mapd.com if you're interested!


PRIVACY.COM | NEW YORK (NYC), BROOKLYN | $90-140K | ONSITE

Come help us build and scale Privacy.com! In less than a year since launching, we've moved millions of dollars and protected tens of thousands of users.

About us:

We’ve built a new way to transact without giving away your personally identifiable information (PII) or credit card number. We're a small team, generating significant revenue, and backed by top-tier investors. As one of our first full-time engineering hires, you’ll have the opportunity to make a impact on both the product and culture of the company.

Current technical challenges:

- Building out mobile/web features as fast as our growing customer base demands

- Improving our browser extension checkout detection and auto-fill accuracy towards 100%

- Applying learning algorithms towards towards detecting anomalous behavior and preventing fraud

- Updates to our real-time Visa transaction processing system where requests must be responded to in milliseconds

What we’re looking for:

- Ability to write clear, maintainable, thoughtfully commented code

- Proficiency with javascript preferred but not required (our stack is angular, node, react native, with some java / c++)

- Solid background in algorithms, systems, and design

- Can-do mentality, with the willingness to wear a sysadmin or devops hat when necessary

- 3+ years of real-world experience shipping code

If you're interested drop me a line: bo@privacy.com!


Mixmax | Full-Stack Engineer or intern | On-site San Francisco or Remote (experienced) | https://mixmax.com/careers

We're a growing, fast-moving team looking for all types of engineers: full-stack, backend, site reliability, data, integration.

Mixmax's mission is to reinvent the way professionals communicate for work. We're building the impossible: a rich communications platform that brings the power of the web to everyday communication. This includes easily scheduling meetings, completing surveys, making purchases, signing documents, and even interacting with apps. We’re fully integrated with Gmail and Google Inbox, and even have a Electron-based native desktop application. Already, we’re seeing phenomenal growth, with customers from Uber, Airbnb, and tens of thousands of more businesses depending on us for their daily communications.

Check out our engineering blog series last month to see what we've been working on: https://mixmax.com/engineering

We’re well-funded with an A++ list of investors who previously backed companies like Twitter, Heroku, Lyft, and Square. We have big plans ahead. Come do the impossible with us.

Our stack: Node, Mongo, Elasticsearch, AWS, Redis, Electron (full stack: http://stackshare.io/mixmax/mixmax-for-web) Our engineering blog: https://mixmax.com/engineering Email careers@mixmax.com and let’s chat!


Corso Systems | Chicago | Control Systems Engineer, Marketing/Sales | REMOTE | corsosystems.com

We're seeking a control systems engineer, entry level is ok. Typical tasks include developing GUIs and process control logic for manufacturing systems, database administration, web services development, and system commissioning. There is a lot of overlap with more "general" programming disciplines, CS, etc., and while a technical background is great, a technical degree is not a requirement.

Remote work is fine, along with travel to customer facilities when necessary for commissioning.

We're also looking for a sales/marketing person to help develop our marketing processes and content to drive new business. This includes written content for our site and industry publications, working with our customers to develop case studies, and developing video content for our projects, side projects, and general shenanigans.

We are a small company helping large manufacturers optimize their processes, reduce costs, and do what they do better through the use of automation, data analysis, and workforce utilization.

Check out our site and let us know directly if you are interested or have any questions.

info@corsosystems.com


Flow Commerce | Hoboken NJ | Full-time, onsite | http://flow.io

Flow Commerce | Hoboken NJ | remote | http://flow.io

Flow is an enterprise SAAS platform that makes it simple for ecommerce brands to sell globally. It’s a large market (~$300B last year) and growing quickly (~30%/year). We launched MVP in October and are now scaling the team.

We love building software. We love open source. We spend tons of time carefully designing our APIs - a core part of our business is a simple set of APIs built by developers for developers.

What we are looking for:

  - People passionate about defining and building simple APIs
  - People passionate about natural language processing and/or general algorithmic work
  - People passionate about creating great UI
Remote: ruby / rails experience to build a storefront. Shopify plus / solidus experience would be super helpful.

About us:

  - Balanced and Productive. We have a great core team and think a lot about culture, starting with a foundation of trust
  - Founded in 2015 by second time successful entrepreneurs (Gilt Groupe, Fizzback). Well-funded.
  - Open source: node.js, react, redux, scala (the kind of scala without a var), play framework (APIs), go (CLIs) - more at: https://github.com/flowcommerce
We have many friends here on HN, and we are really looking for interesting people. It's early enough that you will have a huge impact on what we do and how we do it. If you have questions or want to apply, pls drop me a note: mike at flow.io


Maybe I'm a huge dork but that stack with Scala, Go, Node, and React is fascinating.


Lokad (https://www.lokad.com) | Paris, France | Front-End Engineer | Full-time, onsite

We're building an online development environment to analyze and optimize supply chains, backed by a cloud-based computation, forecasting and optimization system. We are looking for an engineer to help us improve and extend the front-end components of our apps: an online code editor, highly dynamic and customizable dashboards, a file system with an online browser and preview system, etc.

We are a C#/.NET shop, with TypeScript and React/Redux on the client side, and you will be developing under Visual Studio, the source code being versioned in Git. Our apps are hosted on Microsoft Azure.

At Lokad, you will benefit from the coaching of an awesome dev team. Our codebase is clean, documented and heavily (unit) tested. We are largely bootstrapped, profitable and growing fast. Our offices are quiet (no open space!), bright, and you can get three monitors. We are located 50m from Place d'Italie in Paris (France).

To apply, drop me a mail at victor.nicollet@lokad.com (I am the CTO)


META

If you find ctrl-f ineffective for this thread, I made:

https://hnjobs.emilburzo.com/

Where you can use the search operators that elasticsearch has -- click on "(syntax)" if you don't use them daily.


Thank you very much! That is really useful.


Thanks!

If you have any feedback, feel free to share :)


Blockai | Sr. Backend Engineer | https://blockai.com | San Francisco

Blockai is hiring our first full-time software engineer to work on a reverse image search engine for the whole web. Our ideal candidate has experience building data intensive systems, web crawling, search and indexing, distributed systems, etc.

We don't have a strong preference on programming languages or technologies, but here are some that we currently use: Node.js, Golang, Kubernetes, AWS, PostgreSQL, Redis, Kafka, ElasticSearch.

We started Blockai with the simple belief that people who create things should own their creations. As the world continues to change and many jobs get automated, one of the few things that won't be replaced is creativity. Thus, it is an imperative that there be proper infrastructure for creators to manage, monitor and monetize their work. We believe what we are building will enrich the lives of creators and inspire more people to create, making the world a better place.

If you're up for the challenge, send me an email (oli@blockai.com) and mention HN.


Mediachain Labs | New York City | Blockchain Architect | Remote | http://mediachainlabs.com

We're building http://mediachain.io, a database for building scalable decentralized media applications and rewarding creators.

http://github.com/mediachain

Read more on http://blog.mediachain.io

We've recently raised $1.5M in seed funding from USV and a16z and are actively expanding the engineering team! Anyone interested in contributing should reach out.

Join our Slack: http://slack.mediachain.io

Position: Blockchain Architect

A blockchain superfan with a keen interest in the economic and game theoretic underpinnings of crypto systems. Familiar with smart contracts (solidity/script), general purpose algorithms like PoW, PoS, DPoS, etc as well as specialist approaches like proof of retrievability and proof of custody.

Experience with simulations a plus. Strong relevant coding skills a big plus.

Experience with crypto applications outside of trading extremely highly valued.

Position Details

Location: New York City or Remote

Type: Consultant / Part-Time / Full-Time

Salary: To Be Communicated

Learn more at http://mediachainlabs.com/jobs


Smartcar API | Frontend, Backend, Business Development | Mountain View, CA | ONSITE | https://smartcar.com

We're a small team (9 people) making a big change in transportation. Technological additions to vehicles are kicking off a new era of better transportation which is affordable, greener, and safer. The automotive industry is undergoing the most disruptive changes since its inception. We believe the future of transportation is Autonomous, Electric, Shared and Connected. Smartcar is building an API platform to solve the "connected" part of it.

We are looking to add another 2 developers with 2+ years of experience. Our stack is Node.js, Postgres, Redis, Docker, AWS. In addition we are looking to fill a Business Development / Account Manager role.

If you are interested in helping us modernize transportation and enjoy working in a collaborative environment, we'd like to meet you. $95K to $130K + up to 1.0% equity

If you want to learn more, email me at sanketh@smartcar.com or call me at 530 475 2882. No recruiters.


Stockholm, Sweden | ONSITE | Full-time | Senior Software Engineer and Devops/Reliability Engineer

Dreams is challenging the fundamental idea of how banking is experienced by people every day. We're currently changing the landscape of personal savings by combining behavioural economics, findings from cognitive behavioral therapy, a tight user experience with technology. 2017 will be an exciting year as we look to execute on our product roadmap.

We're a mixed bunch of around 20 people: developers, behavioral scientist, data scientists and pretty much everything in between. Oddly enough, we only have one ex-banker involved in the mix – casual dresscode all week long :)

You will be working with our existing platform, ultimately helping people learn how to best realize their own dreams. In a nutshell, how they spend less on crap and channel those savings into things dreams are made of. It's pretty awesome.

The tooling we use vary from component to component as the architecture is by design built to support multiple languages and platforms. Today, we like using Ruby, Python and Java – looking at Crystal for a prototype application. Bringing your own knowledge and experience into the mix is highly encouraged.

Feeling intrigued? Ping hello@getdreams.com and come over for a fika (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fika_(Sweden)). We would love to learn more about you!

https://www.getdreams.com/ and https://itunes.apple.com/se/app/dreams-spara-till-drommar/id... – sorry, our english version of the site is a WIP.


Is it open to non-eu applicants? i.e. Can you provide visa sponsorship?


Sure. Just ping us.


Fanatics Inc (http://fanaticsinc.com/careers/) | San Mateo, CA and Jacksonville Florida, and Boulder CO among other places | Full-Time | ONSITE REMOTE | Just about every position at this point, but for keyword sake Frontend, Backend, Cloud Engineer, DevOps, Android, Labs, Marketing, Biz Dev, Design The quick pitch: We are a Unicorn in the middle of Hyper-growth. We started as a shop in Florida, so our headquarters are in Jacksonville, and I've been lucky to see my office in Silicon Valley seemingly 10x in size this year.

Fanatics comprises the broadest online assortment by offering hundreds of thousands of officially licensed items via its Fanatics, FansEdge and Kitbag brands, as well as the largest selection of sports collectibles and memorabilia through Fanatics Authentic. A multi-channel company, Fanatics operates more than 300 online and offline stores, including the e-commerce business for all major professional sports leagues (NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, NASCAR, MLS, PGA), major media brands (NBC Sports, CBS Sports, FOX Sports) and more than 200 collegiate and professional team properties, which include several of the biggest global soccer clubs (Manchester United, Real Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester City).

Don't come here if you don't want work life balance though, we value that.

Want a reference and are local to SF? Send me a private message and I'm happy to meet you for coffee.


I would love to meet for coffee and learn more about Fanatics. What's the best way to reach you? Alternatively you can reach me at jenniferkaypollock@gmail.com


What'a the best way to reach you?


Do you have an email address?


Apple | Cupertino, CA | Data Engineer |Full time | Onsite

Apple is a technology company headquartered in Cupertino, California, that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software, and online services.

Apple's ■redacted■ team is looking for both junior and experienced engineers to work on big data, machine learning and high-scale, low-latency distributed systems. As a part of this team you will use machine learning at very large scale to build distributed systems that serve millions of customers.

Requirements:

- Hand on experience with Spark/Spark streaming/Kafka.

- Functional programming experience in Scala (using monoids/semigroups etc in large distributed systems)

- Fresh College Students with a CS degree, exceptional Data Structure/ Algorithms skill and ability to code in ANY language will be considered as well.

* Candidate must have existing authorization to work in United States. We are not sponsoring new work visa at this time.

if interested send your resume to mansur.ashraf@apple.com with [HN] in email subject


Exempting fresh-out-of college students from requirements that apply to others seems like straight-up bullshit to me. Either those requirements are flexible, or they aren't.


We are hiring for multiple positions at different level of experience spectrum. Candidates applying for senior positions are expected to know a little bit more than fresh out of college kids.

Kind Regards


No E-3 Visa?


I've done python-on-spark (and a very tiny bit of scala-on-spark). The scala stuff wasn't bad, but the python stuff was more fun. What do you think about pyspark? :)


Mux (https://mux.com) | San Francisco | Front-End Developer | Full-time | Onsite

Mux is building the future of online video infrastructure. Our first product is analytics and monitoring - think “NewRelic for Video”. We’re solving a real need in a fast-growing industry, and customers love our product: we’re monitoring hundreds of millions of video streams for companies like PBS, Funny or Die, IGN, and Wistia, and we’re just getting started.

As a front-end engineer at Mux, you will build and expand our React/Redux front-end application, our Elixir (Phoenix) APIs, and our JavaScript video player SDKs. We’re looking for a strong engineer with solid fundamentals, who can work quickly on a small team to deliver new features and products to our customers.

You’ll be joining an amazing team from places like Google, Facebook, Twitch, Brightcove, and Bain. Our founders previously started (and sold) Zencoder, an early leader in cloud video technology. We also authored Video.js, the biggest HTML5 video player on the web. We were named one of the best Y Combinator startups of 2016, and are funded by SV Angel, Lowercase (Chris Sacca), the founders of Heroku, Parse, and other top-tier investors.

https://muxhq.workable.com/jobs/398415


Postmates (https://postmates.com/jobs) | San Francisco CA | Multiple Opportunities | We have a 3 step interview process: company screen, remote tech interview, one partial day of onsite interviews.

We are hiring across all teams and can tell you more about the actual work, eng org and what you might be interested in working on when we connect.

More:

Postmates is a rapidly growing on-demand delivery platform running the largest in the country. We grow 5-10% week on week and fulfill over a million deliveries each month. Your experience is impressive and we might have a role that interests you. We are still small team of engineers and our service at 1M+ deliveries per month up from 150K per month this time last year.

The Postmates engineering team makes a significant impact daily with the problems they solve and the code they write. Postmates is something you can work on and see immediate results as you deploy your code. 10s of thousands of people that are using it.

I am a Sr. Technical recruiter working closely with the team to hire experienced and talented engineers. Best way to apply is through our site we review every application that comes in (https://postmates.com/jobs).


Onsite only?


Mendix | Rotterdam, The Netherlands | ONSITE | https://www.mendix.com

At Mendix we want software to be delivered faster, cheaper and better so companies can innovate with IT and we're building the platform to do that. Our sweet spot is business focussed web apps. We compete with force.com and offer cloud based frictionless visual programming & deployment.

We are HQ'ed in Boston but R&D is in the Netherlands. Company is about 250 people and we received $40M of VC funding.

I'm leading the 10 person strong Cloud team which works with AWS, Golang, Java, Python, Postgres, Cloud Foundry. We build an enterprise grade hosting platform which runs thousands of apps with many more to come.

We're looking for Testers as well as Junior and Senior Developers with an interest or background in Systems.

Besides that we have many other open positions in R&D, from Software Development Managers, Product Managers to React/JavaScript developers as well as Scala engineers. https://www.mendix.com/company/join-our-team/

We typically have 1 phone screen, 1 interview, a take home assignment + on-site review and a meet the team and management session. We offer relocation and have the first interview via Skype if you are not based in NL.

You can email me at jouke.waleson at company domain, I'll forward you to the right people if you are not applying to a cloud related position.


Haplo -- London, UK -- Full time, ONSITE

Would you like to write high quality open source software, for users in universities who love your work?

We're looking for developers to join our team, especially those who are early on in their career and would like to work in an environment which will support their learning.

Our only recruitment criteria is whether you understand how computers work and can write good code, and if you can work in a diverse team.

The Haplo platform is open source, and we're working on open sourcing everything else we do: http://haplo.org

On top of the platform, we've built a suite of products for higher education, and are rolling them out to universities across the UK. Our flagship product is PhD Manager: http://www.phd-manager.co.uk

Like a startup: Small dedicated team. No barriers to doing your best work. Opportunity to get involved with everything, should you want to. Lovely office, great espresso. Ambition to change the world in a small but significant way.

Not like a startup: Sensible working hours. Quiet environment away from the hustle. No random pressure from investors. Quality product without hacks. Fast recruitment process: Email us your CV. 20 minute phone call. Spend a few hours on a short coding challenge. Visit us for an in-depth code review and interview.

http://www.haplo-services.com/jobs


Ario | Lead Electrical Engineer | San Francisco, Seattle | arioliving.com

We’re seeking an electrical engineer to lead hardware development for a venture-backed startup disrupting the $80 billion/year lighting industry. Ario has developed a patent-pending smart lighting system that self-programs to adjust light direction, color, and intensity throughout the day to improve sleep and health. If you are an embedded systems expert and want to join a dynamic and fun team building an amazing company, stop reading, and let’s chat.

We're looking for candidates who have:

- Expertise in embedded systems hardware and firmware designs

- Familiarity with IoT product development (WiFi, Sub-GHz, BLE)

- Project management and team leadership experience, or is interested in developing these skills

You'll be joining a passionate team consisting of Harvard and Stanford alums with 15+ years’ experience in technology product management and 40+ years’ experience building health and lighting products, who care deeply about delivering the best lighting technology can offer.

https://angel.co/ario/jobs/198169-electrical-engineer-firmwa...

Interested? Reach out to us directly at jobs@arioliving.com


Citymapper. London, UK. (ONSITE VISA INTERNS)

Cities are complicated. We use the power of mobile and open transport data to help humans survive and master them.

We are building the best app, with the best routing and the best data.

Read our blog at https://medium.com/@Citymapper

Please apply at https://citymapper.com/jobs/

Contact me at emil at citymapper dot com

Some keywords: Python, Go, golang, C++, React, iOS, Android, data science, site reliability(SRE), DevOps, AWS, distributed systems, marketing.


Scribd | San Francisco, CA | Senior Backend Engineer | VISA | ONSITE

Scribd is a reading subscription that gives you access to the best books, audiobooks, magazines, and more. Our mission is to re-imagine the way the world reads!

My team is looking for smart engineers to work on recommendations, search, and payments (no experience in these areas required). We are a small team which means you can have a ton of impact and bring in your own ideas. We work on an ambitious project to organize all the books in the world and use it to take book discovery to the next level.

Scribd has a very friendly, engineering-driven company culture, is profitable, and well funded. We are ambitious but at the same time we value a good work life balance.

Stack: Ruby on Rails (we are one of the largest Rails sites), Go, MySQL, Redis, Kafka, Spark (Scala). But we care way more about your personality and hacking skills than what languages you've used so far.

Scribd alumni have gone on to found 4 other YC companies, probably more than from any other startup our size. We think this says something about the kind of people that we like to hire.

If you have questions you can reach me at adrian at scribd.com (I'm the tech lead and happy to answer any question related to this role). Please apply directly via https://boards.greenhouse.io/scribd/jobs/76768. NB, we are also hiring for a lot of other positions: https://www.scribd.com/about/jobs.


Latchel | Seattle, WA (South Lake Union) |Engineering / web developer roles | Full-time | Onsite | http://latchel.com/

Latchel tracks and coordinates maintenance for property management companies. We use their existing vendors if they have them and find vendors if they do not. We see this marketplace differently than other companies in this field -- most companies focus on software-only solutions or purely manual coordination, which does not scale. At Latchel we use technology to make our internal operations much more efficient, but develop to the level our customers' users are comfortable with. After only a two months of operation, we're more than 3x more efficient than the industry standard for maintenance coordination. Join our small and growing team and bring technology to the technologically challenged property management space.

Our interview process focuses on behavioral and culture fit first, followed by a paid project for a technical assessment (no whiteboarding or brain teasers).

Languages: Angular.js (1.x), PHP (Laravel 5), PostgreSQL

If you'd like to learn more about the opportunity, problem space, and the team, email me: will@latchel.com


Bonsai (YC W16) | Full Stack Product Engineer | SF or REMOTE

Bonsai (hellobonsai.com) helps freelancers simplify their lives with an integrated contract and payments workflow. You’ll join a technical, experienced team that’s backed by some of Silicon Valley’s top investors (YC, Index, Matrix, et al) and building the future of work.

We’re looking for a generalist backend engineer with a hacker mentality, 3+ years of experience building full-featured web applications, and a deep familiarity with Ruby. Experience working with payment API's and processing is a huge plus, as is previous startup and/or freelancing experience.

Offering competitive compensation and willing to sponsor a visa for the right candidate if they'd like to be in SF. Remote is ok too. Email matt at hellobonsai dot com if interested.


David | San Francisco, CA | https://www.senddavid.com | Full­time | Onsite

David is a San Francisco-­based software startup that combines technology and legal research to help customers resolve disputes with their cable, internet, or wireless service provider. The $200+ billion legal industry is still stuck in the 20th century: paper-based, error-prone and slow. With rates averaging $300 / hour, only 15% of Americans with serious legal problems even seek the help of a lawyer. For everyday issues like bogus cable bills, fewer than 1 in 1,000,000 of us seek justice, even though monopolists like Comcast rank in the 0th percentile for customer satisfaction. Class actions used to provide the necessary scale to combat certain widespread frauds, but over the past 5 years, the Supreme Court has allowed businesses to eliminate them.

The technical challenges are hard, ranging from automating the monitoring of corporate misconduct to crafting delightful user flows to building the leading database of outcomes in consumer disputes. In parallel with the software development, a team of Yale Law School alums conducts the deep research so that our users finally feel empowered, rather than intimidated, by the law.

We currently have a MVP (https://www.senddavid.com) and are looking for a Senior Engineer as a very early member of the team.

Position: Senior Engineer | Salary: $80­-$125k | Equity: 1.0%-­4.0% | https://angel.co/david-174/jobs/72943-engineer

Contact us via Angel List or talent@senddavid.com


Captain401 (YC S15) | San Francisco, CA | Full Time | ONSITE

We're building the perfect retirement savings plan for startups and small businesses. We make essential HR administration a snap for businesses large and small, and sound investing strategy accessible to everyone.

We also raised a substantial seed round from top investors: http://blogs.wsj.com/venturecapital/2016/02/24/captain401-ra.... If you’ve been wanting to dive into an early stage startup, this is the perfect time to start talking to us.

We have a lot of open roles, so we'd love to hear from anyone interested to working with us. Specifically, we're hiring for:

* Full-stack Engineer (We use Node.js, React.js, Golang, and PostgreSQL)

* SMB Account Executive / Inside Sales Rep

* Sales Operations / Outbound Demand Generation

Reach out to careers@captain401.com, or apply at https://captain401.com/careers


Google Cloud | San Francisco, CA or Mountain View, CA | Technical Solutions Consultant (API Support) | ONSITE

https://careers.google.com/jobs#!t=jo&jid=/google/technical-...

You'll onboard, advise, and support new customers and partners implementing cloud.google.com/jobs-api, while being embedded within the team of engineers, data scientists, and product managers who are building it.

Interview process: Talk to me, complete a technical phone screen, come on site for ~5 in-person interviews.

Feel free to reach out directly to me at myusername@google.com.


"myusername@google.com" ...?


i think its something like this <myusername>@google.com therefore, replacing <myusername> with ciaravino.

Therefore, email is ciaravino@google.com


You know, there's a reason people go through hoops to avoid posting their full email address, so it'd be helpful if you didn't go ahead and post it anyways


+1.


I thought Google stopped doing pointless tricky interview questions :P


OncoImmunity | Senior front-end developer / UX designer | Oslo, Norway | Full-time, on-site

OncoImmunity is a Norwegian startup developing bioinformatics software to empower precision cancer immunotherapy. We develop machine-learning methods applied to genomics data for immune profiling in personalized cancer medicine. Our flagship software product predicts patient’s response to cancer immunotherapy.

We are a growing team of developers that hails from 7 different countries, including Norway, consisting of a diverse mix of data-scientists, bioinformaticians and software engineers.

We're looking for a senior front-end developer to drive the front-end architecture and implementation of the OncoImmunity software solutions, with the vision to empower personalized immunotherapy. As the senior front-end developer your main mission will be to lead the development of intuitive interfaces for our clinical and scientific clients, with a focus on user experience and data visualisation.

Send a mail to harald at oncoimmunity dot com with a short introduction and your resume if you’re interested!


Rollbar | https://rollbar.com | San Francisco or REMOTE | Lead SDK Engineer, Product Marketer

About Rollbar:

* We help tens of thousands of developers find and fix errors faster.

* Our backend handles billions of errors with low latency and high reliability.

* Our front-end allows developers to discover and drill down across millions of errors in real-time.

* Our open source libraries are used by some of the best engineering teams in the world, including Kayak, Twilio, Heroku, Zendesk, Instacart and Twitch.

* We're an 18-person team (SF, Las Vegas, Fort Worth, Barcelona, Nomad) building tools that make developers' lives better.

* Benefits and perks: competitive salary and stock options, medical, dental and vision insurance, annual conference budget, generous hardware and software allowance, casual work environment, inclusive team oriented culture, rapid career growth opportunities, have fun and have an impact.

We're looking for:

* SDK / Senior Engineer

* Sr. Product Marketing Manager

To get in touch, please apply via https://rollbar.com/jobs


Ecstatic Labs | Richmond, VA | Remote / Local-Preferred | Full-time | Web Application Engineer

Ecstatic Labs is a growing, developer-owned consultancy based in Richmond, VA. We're looking for solid engineers with experience building web applications. We have a job listing you can see below. Our preferred stack is Rails & Postgres, and some of us work in the Microsoft stack too (C#, ASP.NET MVC). The work is all remote, but we have a strong preference for people in the mid-Atlantic region.

We're not trying to grow to 500 people and sell. We're focused on building a highly competent and easy-to-work-with team; building honest, lasting relationships with our clients; and building a company we're all happy to work for. If that sounds appealing, we'd love to talk to you.

http://stackoverflow.com/jobs/131835/web-application-enginee...


REMOTE ONLY GitLab - We're hiring production engineers, service engineers, developers, business development reps, and director level positions, see https://about.gitlab.com/jobs/ We're a remote only company so everyone can participate and contribute equally. GitLab Community Edition is an open-source Ruby on Rails project with over 1000 contributors.


Guys who are applying to Gitlab, make sure you checkout the compensation for your experience and geographic location https://about.gitlab.com/jobs/developer/#compensation . This may bite you in the later stages of the interview. If you look at the extremes, the salary you would get in Luanda, Angola is 1500% more than what you get if you were in Valenzuela, Philippines.


While I appreciate the transparency, I don't think such large salary differences are reasonable especially with remote work. In the end you compete globally for remote employees and it possible to work remote for SV companies and get somewhat similar salaries than the onsite employees.

...and of course is living much more expensive in SV but I don't see why that should be "subsidized". No harm in people realizing that it's freaking crazy to pay that much rent.


Holy hell, you aren't joking. I compared my city with SF in their calculator, and they pay 3,6 times more for someone in SF!

That means I can get a $160k rise just by moving to SF! This seems super duper broken.


You will also spend 3,6 times more money while living in San Francisco.


The price is that high for a reason: sf has a lot to offer. Networking opportunities, job market liquidity (see all the ONSITE SF posts in this very thread), etc. Perhaps not 3.6 more, but it definitely beats a cabin in the Siberian tundra.

By correcting for rent, you give people that advantage for free. That's why it's unfair.


The way to deal with their unfairness is to refuse to work for them (unless you're in SF!)


Trust me on that I am working with GitLab from past 6 months and I have never regretted a day. GitLab is always open for ideas and this is also work in progress. How many companies have you seen declaring their compensation framework :)


Not many, but disclosing compensation isn't worth $100k/yr to me.


On the bright side, it's seriously awesome that they're so transparent about salaries.


That really depends on where you live :) Not so bright, If you are living in a country which has a low rent index.

The calculation is really messed up, rent index should be a contributor not a multiplier.


Hey there! Thanks for the feedback. I'm part of the PeopleOps team at GitLab and we are always looking to improve our comp. calculator. We know it isn't perfect yet and we need feedback from everyone to create the most fair and accurate compensation calculator for everyone. If you want to share your experience and suggestions with me, I'd be happy to chat with you directly and share them with our internal compensation committee. Feel free to email me at sasha@gitlab.com !


I like that you guys are being open about this, but the way you calculate compensation leaves a pretty bad taste in my mouth. I very much dislike the idea that you, as an employer, are deciding what proportion of their income your employees should be spending on rent. You're also effectively saying that work done by someone who lives in a cheaper location is less valuable to the company than the same work done by someone who lives in a more expensive location. Maybe all employers do this and the only difference is that you guys are being honest about it, but still... yuck.


As someone who works remotely in a company that does take location into account, I can understand their perspective. I think there's a base value for work and then depending on the power of each dollar earned, there are multipliers to that that eventually give you your final salary. So it's "value of work" * location based spending power differences. Value of work stays constant.

That said I do think the factors used to calculate the salary can improve. In general, I love the idea of thinking of quality of life. Can a person in Sri Lanka enjoy a similar quality of life as a person in SF at least in terms of factors that can be controlled (a company can't control the quality of public transport or municipalities for example in a given location but can provide me the opportunity to purchase experiences or work around those matters).

And that matters because although rent in Sri Lanka is lower than Brisbane, buying groceries is actually more expensive. Buying electronics is certainly more expensive because of the enormous markups and taxes. Compared to a location in the US, I pay nearly triple the value of a given electronics item at times just for the cost of shipping it and then paying customs. Even travel becomes more expensive since I have much more lengthy Visa processes to go through. These numbers eventually add up and while I can save huge amounts of money by living frugally, if I wanted to live a good life supporting my wife and child, the number should be ideally 60k USD and above rather than 38k.

Should mention that Software engineers are considered to be some of the lowest level fodder in Sri Lanka and our good salaries can be something like 12-15k per year. Starting salaries would be something ridiculous like 3k USD per year (that was mine). But that's also why so many people are migrating to australia, US, and canada asap if they can.


Doesn't it bother you that you can provide the same value to your employer as someone in Brisbane, but only get paid a fraction as much for it merely because you're in Sri Lanka?

I'm a remote worker too (and I'm very happy with the way my current employer handles it). As long as I'm available at the times and places my employer needs me to be, why should they have any say in where I live or how I spend my money? I want to be able to manage my quality of life myself, not have it decided for me by someone else!


Well, re the value, I don't feel salary has ever been a great representation of value a person brings to the company. It's decent at a basic level but quickly breaks down as your value grows.

But to be honest I feel bothered but about something completely different really. My worry is for the person in Brisbane. I worry that people like myself will be seen as advantageous to hire and if it comes down to a close hire decision between me and someone in Brisbane I wouldn't want to be chosen because I require a lower salary. Gitlab does do this. I don't fault them either for that though. At the end of the day you want to save money. It's a tough conversation really. Quality of life and spending power are real things and value can actually be seen as relative when you look at how much it takes to give people equal opportunities from location to location. But this opens room for abuse and exploitation. I think remote working salaries vs location will be discussed more and more over time because there is definitely many shades of grey towards the "right" path.


> I very much dislike the idea that you, as an employer, are deciding what proportion of their income your employees should be spending on rent.

With rent as a multiplier, it's like they're suggesting 100% of your income goes to rent. It seems like a more reasonable way to take housing into account would be something like:

Salary = Base + Avg Rent

Using that formula, salary might be about $20k more for somebody in NYC than for somebody in Tucson. Using the actual calculator, it's $72k more ($117k vs $45k for senior level and average experience).


We found that rent correlates with market rates, see https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/people-operations/global-c... "Perhaps surprisingly, there was a stronger correlation between compensation and rent index than with the more general cost of living index available through Numbeo (or the cost of living with rent index, for that matter); and so we moved ahead with the Rent Index."


It might do you well to check up on the pay scales for the mid-size American cities.

I live in Minneapolis and the rates offered are laughable, really. My last apartment was on the border of St Paul, if I had lived a block away your offer would have been about 10% less.

It seems to not take into account rent diversity within a city (and which level a skilled employee would pick given the opportunity).

GitLab has really gotten my interest over the past year with both trying it myself recently and seeing you interact with folks on HN. I'm currently searching for a new position but seeing the rates make applying a non-starter.


We're working on a global compensation framework, to be open and fair about compensation for everyone that works at GitLab. It's described in more detail on https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/people-operations/global-c... . The local rent index (+ a fixed 0.25), NYC benchmark, level, and experience all play in to the compensation. Having the calculator has allowed us to make offers to people in lots of new locations. I'm always looking for ways to keep it robust (i.e. as simple as possible) while being fair as well. If you have specific ideas on how to improve it, please send me an email on ernst@gitlab.com


If you are really serious about being fair. Ask yourself this question: Why would a guy who can easily get 6K+ USD per month by working on Upwork, Toptal work for Gitlab for 1/3rd of that money and that too Full time?

A quick google search will show you that people use 30% of their salary towards their rent: https://www.google.co.in/search?q=rent+as+percentage+of+sala... What does that tell you about computing salaries based off of rent?

You can see a lot of people discussing Gitlab's salary in a negative way on HN: https://hn.algolia.com/?query=gitlab%20salary&sort=byPopular... Most of them have fluff responses talking about being open and fair.


We are serious about being fair :-)

Regarding using the rent index; that was a data-driven decision as described on https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/people-operations/global-c... but as I mentioned, it is a work-in-progress just like everything else at GitLab always is, and I'm open to alternatives / ideas.


Why are we bashing GitLab when they're at least taking steps to make their pay public? Every company has some version of this formula, you just can't see how off it is.


If I ever apply for Gitlabs (which I'm often tempted to do) I'm afraid that my history of conversations on HN will betray my tendency to bring up uncomfortable issues... Oh well... ;-)

Maintaining the idea of fairness is often important in the eyes of employees, but I wonder if it's actually a good idea in practice. Really, you want to hire the best people you can for the money that you've got. So with the system you have in place, if you have 2 equally skilled people, then there is a pretty big incentive to hire the cheaper one.

The end result is likely to be a bit of a skewed culture. Very skilled people are more rare than less skilled people. They are hard to hire, so you will tend to hire whoever you can find. Less skilled people are much easier to hire, so you will find them in almost any geographical location.

The end result will be a company where only the best people will be hired in the expensive region, while the inexpensive regions will have a mixed bag. Because very skilled people are rare, you will end up having inexpensive regions being overwhelmingly represented by lower skill levels (low skill -> easy to hire -> available in any geographic location -> cheaper geographic locations will be hired first)

This will create a power imbalance in the company because the highest density of high skilled workers will be geographically close and therefore in the same timezone. High skilled workers in lower paid regions may have a stigma attached to them because they come from a lower paid region -- and hence are associated with the higher occurrence of lower skilled workers. This may result in considerable friction over time.

I think you can mitigate this problem by creating a second tier pay system for your most skilled workers. This should be a harmonised pay scale and you should pay attention to trying to evenly distribute positions in this pay scale across geographic boundaries. To make it obvious which pay scale people are attached to, you can create new titles for the positions.

You will still have an "Us vs. Them" problem, but at least it will be people you have consciously decided that you want to promote in the company. It is explicitly not fair (in that not everybody is equal), but it makes a clear message of how you want the leadership to work.

It also makes salary negotiations a bit easier. Often people aspire to the highest level of compensation, even if their contributions do not warrant it. When people ask to be promoted to the special pay tier, it creates an opportunity for having a frank discussion about the person's performance. This can clear the air and set proper expectations -- or possibly indicate clearly to the employee that they aren't as valued as they wish to be. Even if someone leaves in this circumstance, it can often be to the benefit of all parties.

Hope you find this interesting/useful. It's always a tricky balancing act, so I wish you luck :-)


We value directness https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#values so I expect us not to hold this against you.

I think you make a great point. I do want to add some nuance:

1. We currently have great people all around the world. Many of them used to be in expensive locations but moved.

2. Because we're remote only the problem of concentration would be time zone only. But for practical purposes South America is a similar time zone as North America.

3. We have one career path (junior/intermediate/senior/staff/etc.) that is available to everyone based on performance.

Thanks for the comment, it is interesting and I'll share it with our Sr. Director of People Ops.


Just run a simulation for Belgium, you are way below the average.


We have recently hired great people in Belgium based on the calculator rates. Of course there is no objective market rate, there are likely people getting paid more and less.


Most people in far away cheap(-ish) countries (eastern Europe and Asia) can't easily go to upwork/toptal and make 6k+ a month.


not to mention the stress of doing work on upwork.


yeap! You face people ghosting all the time and some hoaxes...


toptal AFAIR tries to assign rates based on location, too.


In my opinion, "fair" would be paying people doing the same job the same amount of money...


That's crazy talk. I like Ferraris, should I get paid the same as a Honda-liking person? How am I going to pay for my Ferrari then?


I live in Valenzuela, Philippines and can attest that the cost of life is very cheap here, I am not surprised that the compensation is lower. What I wonder is what happens if you get hired while working from the Philippines and then move to a more expensive city like New York, or vice-versa. Will GitLab change the salary automatically? Because one could easily create a bank account in the US and live in a cheap country and there is no need to disclose that information.


If you relocate, then yes, that affects compensation. This is described in more detail on https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/people-operations/#relocat...


Wow, for exactly this reason I now have no interest in applying. GitLab went from meh to awesome over the last few years but for my city the compensation is just wrong. I'm not interested in applying to have that fight later (or being paid 20-40k under market)


Can you please email me at ernst@gitlab.com to let me know what city and role you're looking at?


What if I travel the world constantly? EU citizen. Last time I was home 1.5 years ago. Currently in Bangkok, Thailand. What my compensation country will be?


We're still pinning down a definition but if it is for more than a few months we consider it a relocation. https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/people-operations/#relocat...


>Avoid the confidence gap; you do not have to match all the listed requirements exactly to apply.

> Recruiting team does a first round of evaluations. Disqualified candidates should be sent a note informing them of the rejection.

Do you tell people why they were 'disqualified' ?



Wow, thats awesome. I should have asked for feedback when I got 'not moving forward' email when I applied last time. That recruiting page is really great and detailed too.


Hey there!

If you're curious about feedback you can email me directly at sasha@gitlab.com and I can look up your application and share any feedback with you!


Not always. I never got a reply. (re. the rejection reason)


Hi Viraptor- as Ernst said, if you email me directly at sasha@gitlab.com I'd be happy to share feedback with you!


I did and Sasha dug out the interview notes from a few months ago. Kudos!


viraptor, please send an email to Sasha (email above), she can track down what went wrong in your case and make sure you receive the feedback.


From first hand experience - no. Even if you ask politely.


Hey There! If you've applied with GitLab and the past and asked for feedback, but not received it I'm sincerely sorry. Please feel free to reach out directly to me (sasha@gitlab.com) and I will try to find the details of your interview process and provide feedback.


Sure :) I'm still curious, although it happened a few months ago, and I got hired since. It's seems kinda unfair though, for the people who never got a message back, because they don't know the right person to ask, or they don't follow hacker news.


The rent multiplier for Seattle in the salary calculator is really low. :(


I can't disagree. I love Gitlab but it would be hard to take a > 50% pay cut if I were to work there.

That being said, I have full confidence in Gitlab and know they'll continue to improve these things!


Oakland is almost that low and it's a 10-minute BART ride from downtown SF. It's ridiculous to have that much differential within a short commute distance, not to mention the variety of neighborhoods even within cities.


We might make an adjustment for Oakland since it is a fast growing city and market rates there tend to be higher.


Why do you pay based on rent instead of market rate in the first place?



You may wish to look into the workable form, the 'Were you referred by a Gitlab employee' field is marked as mandatory. (It kept throwing "can't be blank")


Hey There! Thanks for the note! We do wish that field to be mandatory, but we can definitely add "if not please insert N/A" Thanks so much for the heads up on that and glad to see you've applied :D


Your salary calculator also completely excludes cities in Wales, UK :(


hamishtaplin; unfortunately coverage is not fully global yet; I think we have about 372 cities in there at the moment. This draws from Numbeo.com's data set on rent indices. But if your city is not listed, our default solution is the following "If you live outside a metro region we base our offer upon the lowest rent index number of any metro region in your country (or state, in the case of the USA), if your country is listed"


> Ruby experience For this position, a significant amount of experience with Ruby is a strict requirement.

Perhaps a good idea to add developers(RoR)


Knowing Ruby is not a strict requirement for all the positions https://about.gitlab.com/jobs/. But for few it will be great if you know any scripting language and just basics of ruby.


Native Instruments GmbH | Python Developer, C++ Developer, Mobile Developer (iOS), System Administrator, Scrum Master, Agile Coach | Berlin, Germany, Los Angeles, California | ONSITE | Full-time

Native Instruments is a leading manufacturer of software and hardware for computer-based audio production and DJing. Our mission is to develop innovative, fully-integrated solutions for all musical styles and professions. We push technological boundaries and open up new creative horizons for professionals and amateurs alike.

We're looking for people with both the left and right brain fully engaged – exceptional individuals with strong analytical minds and a passion for music and technology.

Agile Coaches and Scrum Masters to actively promote agile thinking in our company, and to support our teams to develop their skills and reach their goals.

Python Developers to build & maintain highly reliable and scalable API’s to be consumed by our music production and DJing applications.

C++ Developers to help us evolve our MASCHINE, KOMPLETE, and TRAKTOR software.

Mobile Developers (iOS) to work in our Los Angeles office with our team bringing the highest quality music creation and performance experiences to smartphones and tablets.

Linux loving System Administrators to administer and improve our network and server landscape.

Find out more and apply here:

https://www.native-instruments.com/en/career-center/berlin

https://www.native-instruments.com/en/career-center/los-ange...

recruiting@native-instruments.de


Factual | Engineers and data lovers | Los Angeles, San Francisco, Shanghai | www.factual.com/jobs#openings

Factual is currently hiring engineers and data lovers of all levels in the SF Bay Area, Los Angeles, and Shanghai.

Factual’s location platform enriches mobile location signals with definitive global data, enabling personalized and contextually relevant mobile experiences. Built from billions of inputs, the data is constantly updated by Factual’s real-time data stack. We were named one of "50 Disruptive Companies in 2013" by MIT Technology Review. We have a terrific team that is still fairly small and an incredible CEO who was previously the co-founder of Applied Semantics (which was bought by Google and became AdSense). Factual has venture funding from Andreessen-Horowitz and our partners/customers include Bing, Apple, Facebook and Groupon.

There are many challenging problems to work on at all layers of the stack: data cleaning and canonicalization, storage, deduping, serving, APIs, improving data using machine learning, etc. A great example is one of our most recent products, Geopulse Audience, which stands at the intersection of high quality places data and large scale analysis of user geo-data: http://www.factual.com/products/geopulse-audience . If you love data, Factual is the place to be. Our main criteria are that you're smart and get things done, but you'll get bonus points for experience with Clojure (http://www.factual.com/jobs/clojure), machine learning, NLP, algorithm design, or Hadoop/Spark.

You can email me personally at alexr@factual.com, or view our job postings here: https://www.factual.com/jobs#openings


Startgrid | DevOps Engineer | Burlingame CA, Denver CO | REMOTE

Startgrid's SaaS platform is being used by some of the world's largest enterprises to dramatically improve their sourcing of external innovation.

We're looking for a bright, driven, responsible DevOps Engineer to work collaboratively with our geographically distributed Engineering team to help with deployments, Linux systems administration, network security, monitoring and troubleshooting of our Enterprise SaaS platform running on Ansible & AWS. The ideal candidate will be great at problem solving and GTD, and also can help us establish policies, processes, & best practices as we grow our business moving forward.

If you're interested in this opportunity and think you're a good fit, please send us an email at engrjobs@startgrid.com and let us know a bit about yourself and what you're looking for next in your career.


Channable - https://www.channable.com | Utrecht, The Netherlands | ONSITE

Channable is a data feed management company that connects ecommerce companies to all big online marketing channels (marketplaces, price comparison sites etc.) We also optimize and synchronize product data, offers and orders on the various platforms.

We currently have two open positions for a Backend Engineer and a DevOps Engineer.

Our Stack includes: Python (Flask), Scala (Apache Spark), Haskell, PostgreSQL, Redis, HDFS, Ansible, Ember.js

We process millions of products per day and offer technically interesting and challenging work. We are looking for highly motivated and skilled engineers to join our team in the heart of Utrecht.

See https://www.channable.com/jobs/ for a detailed job description.


Ride with GPS | Mobile | Portland, OR | Onsite

More details here: https://ridewithgps.com/careers/mobile_engineer

We're a small but very strong team (11 of us) helping people have a better time on their bikes. Specializing in route planning & ride recording (with an established website and popular app), we work closely with individual riders, clubs, events, tour companies, and more.

Current open position for our second Mobile Engineer (iOS or Android).

We work reasonable hours, have great benefits, love solving problems for our customers, go on bike rides and encourage each other to live healthy happy lives. It's a really nice working environment with a cool product and customer.

Please inquire for more info: careers@ridewithgps.com


Please spell out 'Oregon'. You can't search for 'OR'.


Too late for me to edit my original post but your reply will show up in that search, thanks!


Yes you can. Entering Portland, OR in Google will usually filter out results for Portland, Maine (at least for the accounts I tested).


Portland Oregon is not Oregon though. Perhaps people are interested in what's on offer throughout the state.

Doing a simple text search on 'OR' has a zillion false positives.


No, but the job was in Portland, OR. And if you Google the city you'll find out about the area. Which includes as much Washington State anyway, I wouldn't base my decision of moving to Portland just on the state of Oregon.


RepSpark | Senior .NET Developer | Irvine, CA | Full-time, ONSITE, $75k-$100k

We’re a casual, nine-person software development team based in Orange County, CA (south of Los Angeles). We provide many large apparel brands with intuitive and efficient sales workflows, enabling sales representatives to place bulk orders for brick and mortar stores (e.g. how O’Neill ends up in Tilly’s or how Armada ends up on Backcountry).

Our stack includes C#, ASP.NET, SQL Server, TypeScript, IIS, and Git (http://stackshare.io/repspark/repspark).

We’re looking for Senior .NET Developers (C#, MVC, SQL Server) with 5+ years of professional experience.

Please email hn@repspark.com with applications or questions. We'd love to hear from you!


Monzo | Backend, Web or Android Engineer | London | VISA, REMOTE, INTERNS https://monzo.com

At Monzo we aim to build the best current account in the world. We are always keen to hear from capable, creative engineers who want to help us accomplish that goal.

Our backend engineering team have a variety of different backgrounds: we have several non-graduates; only a couple of us studied Computer Science; one of the team has a degree in Marketing; some of us have worked in huge companies; some have only ever worked in startups; others are former consultants. As long as you enjoy learning new things, we’d love to talk to you.

We work in project-based sprints, and take turns to be the floating engineer who handles interrupt-driven work and non-critical bug fixes. We work directly with everyone across the company, from customer support to regulation, product to financial crime, and we run regular knowledge-sharing sessions so you’ll learn heaps about everything from how banks work to effective communication.

We encourage an open and transparent working environment. You can get involved in any aspect of the business you are interested in and, following Stripe’s example, all emails in the company are visible in an email archive. We regularly run hackathons in which people build things on our third party API and we contribute to open source software as much as possible. We’ve also made our product roadmap public and give sneak peeks of features in our community forum.

If you’re unsure about applying or have any questions about the role or team, please don’t hesitate to email our CTO Jonas (jonas@monzo.com) directly :) We're very open about what we do in general, so our blog is a good place to learn more about what we do.

Stack: Go, Cassandra, Kubernetes, Kafka, Linkerd/Finagle

Learn more on our careers page: https://boards.greenhouse.io/monzo/jobs/244898


Pex | Los Angeles, CA | Full time | Onsite | VISA sponsorship/transfer OK

At Pex we built a search engine with focus on multimedia (video/music). We work with a variety of customers including movie/music studios, content creators, brands, high-profile individuals, etc.

We're running on a pretty large stack (>25k servers https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=13259415) and processing more than 16PB of data every single month. We're looking for skilled developers interested to work with big data and large infrastructure https://angel.co/pexeso/jobs

You can also reach out at job@pex.com


Where in Los Angeles? There is no easily found information regarding the location.


We're actually still based in San Francisco and working on the relocation right now. We're deciding between Culver City and Downtown.


Downtown could definitely use more tech-centric companies. Good luck.

Once you have decided, definitely list the exact neighborhood with every job ad. Los Angeles is a big place and most do not want to travel to a far off area.


Will do. If it would be up to me, we would move down to El Segundo or Redondo Beach. But my colleagues are not that excited about those areas. Will see if I can sell them on downtown


The far majority of the tech companies are on the west side. Most north of LAX, but there are a few in El Segundo, which you probably know already. Culver City is a good halfway point, especially if you want to avoid the expensive westside and the bad commute if you live much eastward. The Expo Line serves Culver City.

I personally avoid the westside, so I can see why some of your colleagues would too.


Appreciate the recommendation. I personally don't care much to be around other startups (although in SF we sit around the corner from Stripe, Soundcloud, ...).

I want decent space with good food options around and for my people to afford decent housing close to the office. It seems to be more doable in LA than in SF.


One plus of being downtown is that people can take the metro to work.


That's a great point I heard a lot recently


Square | Mobile, Backend, Security | NYC, New York | ONSITE | Full-time | VISA sponsorship/transfer OK

Square's Mobile Security team is hiring in New York. We build the technology that ensures our sellers’ mobile devices are safe for Software PIN in Chip and PIN markets. We are a full-stack engineering team responsible for in-app remote attestation for Android and iOS, back end tamper response services, data platform, and anomaly detection. We stay on top of mobile security vulnerabilities, threats, and attacks in the wild to design and implement detections.

We're looking for reverse engineers; server engineers; and mobile engineers familiar with iOS or Android internals. If your background is in any of these, we'd love to talk. Email me at janek@squareup.com.


Second Spectrum | Engineering & Creative roles | Los Angeles, Lausanne, Shanghai | Full-time, On Site

We create products that fuse cutting-edge design with spatiotemporal pattern recognition, machine learning, and computer vision to enable the next generation of sports insights and experiences. We aim to transform the way people play, coach and watch sports.

You can find out more about the company from our CEO's TED Talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/rajiv_maheswaran_the_math_behind_b...

As well as our other videos: http://www.secondspectrum.com/videos/

Engineering roles:

IT / Hardware / Systems Technician, Video Systems Engineer, Mid/Sr Full-Stack Engineer, Sr UI/UX Engineers, DevOps Engineer, Machine Learning Software Engineer (a strong SE fundamentals and experience (as a generalization, not a pure data scientist)). CV positions in Lausanne.

Creative roles:

UI / UX Designer, Motion Designer, Animator, Producer/Editor

You can apply via https://jobs.lever.co/secondspectrum. I'm happy to answer any questions you might have: karl@secondspectrum.com


You folks perennially have these same open positions listed and nobody from your company ever follows up :(


Sorry to hear that. I'm pretty sure I've answered anyone who's emailed me directly. And, our ops team is fantastic, but I guess either they or I let some slip through occasionally. If you email me, I can follow up.


ChowNow | Los Angeles, CA (Playa Vista) | Full Time | Onsite | https://www.chownow.com/

At ChowNow, we build online ordering systems for our over 4000 restaurants. We're launching some new products in the coming months that I'm really excited about. I love working here as an engineer. It's a great balance of challenge, freedom, and impact.

We've been growing quickly and we're looking to hire a DevOps engineer! For some background, we had a manually configured AWS infrastructure that we've just retired in favor of an Ansible / Terraform-based setup. We've automated infrastructure and deploys so it's a great time to come in and shape where we go from here. For example:

* Dockerize everything?

* Build out a Kubernetes cluster for our services?

* Use Spinnaker for a Continuous Delivery pipeline?

To be determined!

If you're interested or have questions what it's like to work here, please contact me at kevinlondon@chownow.com or our recruiter, Candice, at candice@chownow.com. This position is not yet formally posted but we are taking applications for it.

We also have positions open for Front-End (Ember.js / Node), Back-End (Python) engineers, and a Data Analyst on our careers page at https://jobs.lever.co/chownow?lever-via=MO5-ac-qvc.


Weaveworks | Senior Backend Developer | San Francisco, London, Berlin, Madrid | ONSITE, Full-time, https://www.weave.works

* Senior backend dev: develop microservices (primarily in Go) and container tools

* Developer experience/evangelist: spread the word in meetups/conferences, develop integrations for our tools

Come help us build OSS tools that other developers use to tame their containerized applications. Projects like Weave Scope observe containers/pods/services and their interactions to provide visibility and insights. Developers can quickly see the state of the resulting systems and validate their assumptions.

We offer family-friendly hours (some of us have kids, too) and encourage a good work-life balance. Feel free to work from home on certain weekdays, or combine work and travel for a month. It's no big deal if you're not a Go expert, we trust that you can learn on the job. Also, all our tools are open source: https://github.com/weaveworks Browse our PRs to see how we work as a team!

The hiring process: Checking your CV/GH/SO (if not enough signal: small coding challenge), 45 mins hangout, afternoon take-home coding/design challenge, in person interview with future colleagues

If you’re interested please drop us a line with your desired location at jobs (at) weave.works

Note: Weaveworks is not set up to sponsor visas at this point.


Owlstone Medical | London/Cambridge UK | Onsite, full-time | Full Stack Software Engineer

The work you'll do at Owlstone will be at the intersection of electronics, physics, chemistry, computer science, and data visualization. Owlstone’s mission is to save 100,000 lives and save health care providers $1.5B by 2020. We need to add more top-class Software Developers to our team to help us achieve it. You can choose to join our office in London or at the Science Park in Cambridge.

As a Software Developer at Owlstone, you will be a vital part of the team tackling very challenging problems such as detecting early-stage cancer from patients’ breath, or warning people of the presence of minute amounts of life-threatening chemicals in their surroundings. To enable development of new detection & diagnosis algorithms for multiple applications, we are expanding the team responsible for building & administering our data pipelines and data interfaces.

Full job spec here: http://www.owlstonenanotech.com/company/careers/full-stackde...

Send an email to am9zZS5kaWV6QG93bHN0b25lLmNvLnVr to get past the HR filter ;) (no recruiters, please)


Venture Research Inc. | Software Engineer | Plano, TX (Dallas, TX, DFW) | Onsite Only | http://www.ventureresearch.com

Happy New Year 2017!!!

Interested in RFID? In improving inventory and replenishment processes in hospitals, labs, and clinics? In automatically tracking pallets, containers, and other assets around a facility? Come join us!

Venture Research is a leader in the RFID industry and is consistently pushing the leading edge of what is possible using RFID. We have a variety of opportunities available for both fast-paced new product design and development as well as for development on some of our long-term stable products. 17 year old small but growing company, privately held, with excellent benefits, 401K matching, paid health insurance and highly competitive salary and bonus structure.

We are hiring for the following positions:

* Embedded platforms engineer: C, Linux, Android NDK. Experience with hardware co-design, Python, QT, Django, React a plus.

* Embedded firmware engineer: microcontroller development using primarily NXP Kinetis parts.

* Senior .NET / Backend developer: C#, VB.Net, ASP.NET, MSSQL, Oracle, JavaScript and JQuery. .NET MVC a plus.

Please email resumes to hr@ventureresearch.com, or use the email in my profile. Thanks!


London, UK - Pusher - https://pusher.com/ - Full time - Onsite Only

Pusher is a multi-tenant distributed system that allows our customers to deliver billions of messages to their connected users. We operate at massive scale, and this informs and affects everything we do.

Our engineering team is based in Shoreditch, London. We are looking for engineers who want to work on interesting problems in a production environment, and take responsibility for the real-world operation of a large and increasingly distributed system. Our software stack is built around Linux, Ruby, Go, Node.JS, Redis, MySQL, Git, Puppet and Ansible.

Our standard interview process is pretty straightforward: two Skype interviews and a half-day onsite technical interview covering real-world problems we've experienced (https://blog.pusher.com/heres-what-i-learned-from-3-months-o...), with travel and accommodation expenses paid.

We are currently hiring:

- Software Engineers: https://pusher.workable.com/jobs/346844

- Cloud Infrastructure Engineers: https://pusher.workable.com/jobs/90375

- Sales Engineer: https://pusher.workable.com/jobs/367029


Amazon New Product Demand Forecasting | Seattle | Full-Time | On-Site ($130-$250+ depending on experience)

Amazon's New Product Demand Forecasting team is responsible for one of the most challenging problems in supply chain optimization: predicting sales for products that have no sales history. This is a uniquely creative space in Forecasting requiring our machine learning models to capture both the nuances of the global consumer marketplace as well as customer behavior on Amazon.

Our team works closely with research scientists to invent new ways to make use of novel data, solve hard engineering problems around scaling and performance in predicting for tens of millions of products, and iterate quickly in order to stay on the cutting edge. I'm looking for an experienced software developer that is comfortable with big data and machine learning and can:

* Design systems that provide a stable base for innovation in a rapidly changing business

* Improve Forecasting algorithms through data-driven analysis and experimentation in our Scala/Spark environment

* Optimize for scalability and performance of both distributed computations and near-metal C++ code

* Learn quickly and keep up with a rapidly changing machine learning and big data landscape

* Communicate their ideas clearly with all members of a diverse team

If this sounds interesting, as the hiring manager I'd love to chat or buy you coffee. Email me (Stefan) at smai@ (amazon.com) with your resume and a brief introduction. (Interview process is 1 phone screen and onsite interview with whiteboard coding and behavioral questions about your experience.)


Some guy called 'Robert DesRosiers ' from amazon restaurants contacted me on linkedin, made me take bunch of online tests and then dropped off face of the planet. His linkedin now says he is at Nordstrom, not sure if it was some sort of scam or if he got fired.

I now believe all the horror stories about amazon treating poeple like cattle.


Same experience a few years back with another vertical (video, as I recall), so it's not just you.

I later went through the process far enough to get offers from AWS and Alexa and ... meh. Went with the Other Guys. Seattle is full of people who moved here for Amazon, burned out in 18+- months, and left for other orgs. YMMV, as with any BigCo, but some caution is advised.


I'm really sorry about that. If you send me an email with your name and contact information, I can look into what happened.

Every day I work with incredibly smart, driven, and talented engineers. Treating such valuable individuals "like cattle" is absurd - I go to bat for the engineers on my team every single day I'm at work.


Yes, well, the behavior noted here was toward people who weren't on anyone's team, were they?

That said, hiring well is really hard, especially setting the compensation structure to avoid creating perverse incentives which can result in issues just like these.

Tangentially, as a general rule (below the executive level), external recruiters < in-house recruiters < team members < hiring managers. On average anyway, as there are plenty of individual exceptions either way.


> amazon treating poeple like cattle

Did a day onsite with Amazon, didn't get the position, asked to reapply later... and within 2 months same e-mail address is hit by 6-7 unique Amazon recruiters. Many for the same hiring event.

Desperate, or dysfunctional? Who knows.


Phaxio | Chicago | Full-time | REMOTE OK (U.S. only)

A bit about us: Phaxio is a simple, yet powerful, faxing API (you heard that right, faxing). We power small companies from places like YC and Techstars to major banks and Fortune 100 companies.

Who we're looking for: As a full stack developer at Phaxio, you will be working with a variety of technologies on the front and back end. We recently rewrote our API in Rails and just rolled out a whole new look and feel.

On an average day you might find yourself: - Updating chef recipes to deploy a new service

- Working to add a new feature to our Rails web dashboard or the flagship API

- Tweaking our packer or vagrant development setup to optimize dev time for other engineers

- Using Wireshark to diagnose issues with one of our carriers

- Improving fabric scripts we use to automate our infrastructure on AWS

- Answering a technical support ticket that involves a feature you created

- Work on an open source library that helps developers or even non-technical end-users integrate with Phaxio

For interviews: After a brief conversation to make sure that we're all on the same page, we'll send over an interesting issue for you to diagnose and solve. Nobody looking over your shoulder or breathing down your neck :)

If you're interested, send an email to howard at Phaxio.com


Why US only? Is it a timezone issue?


Most companies with remote workers and additional restrictions for their nationality do it because of taxes and other legal stuff. Some times it is financial departments being lazy, other times is because the company wants to offer extra benefits to their employees that are only possible if they live in the same country where the organization was registered.


This isn't true of every position at Phaxio as we do have some team members outside the country. This position however, requires someone who resides in the US.

If you're interested at working with Phaxio, drop me note!


Bodyport (YC S15) | Senior Data Engineer | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE - http://www.bodyport.com

At Bodyport, we are on a mission to eliminate the leading cause of death worldwide - heart disease. We are bridging the gap between hospital grade medical devices and the health tools presently available in the home. Our first product uses a novel sensor technology to rapidly screen for the major risk factors of heart disease in under fifteen seconds. The clinical-grade data measured by our system fuels algorithms aimed at predicting and preventing the onset of cardiovascular disease.

By joining us as Data Engineer, you will play a critical role at an early-stage company dedicated to bringing lifesaving medical technology into every home. You will work directly with our data science team to implement a backend that will enable the design and implementation of groundbreaking learning algorithms capable of improving the health and lives of all people.

Apply here: https://jobs.lever.co/bodyport/


Top Hat | www.tophat.com | Toronto, ON, Canada | ONSITE Full-time

Happy new year! Top Hat is hiring!! We are looking for really smart software engineers to join our team! Some of the roles we have available are: iOS developer, Android developer, Director of Mobile engineering and Full stack web developer (Python, Django, Javascript, React.js/Flux, AWS, Ansible). Salary ranges based on experience from $80K to $130K.

We're a pretty awesome growth startup in the education space - we make the classroom more interactive, fun and engaging for both students and professors. We've got VC funding from some of the best investors in the world (the same guys that funded Shopify, Salesforce, Box.net etc.) Top Hat helps professors make every lecture count by transforming mobile devices into powerful engagement tools, inside and outside the classroom. Recently, Top Hat has been building out interactive textbooks and creating a way for professors to produce new content and share it through a market place! We have a great dev culture and some really cool problems to work on!

Send your resume/github account to olivia at tophat dot com.


Hi! Do you guys sponsor Visa?


Shopify | Canada (Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Waterloo and now San Francisco!) | Full-time | Onsite | Remote | VISA

Shopify is a platform that allows entrepreneurs to easily setup an online store. We build solutions that empower merchants at every step of their journey. Our product help merchants who are just starting as well as established brands that need a solution that can scale with their traffic. We're always working on products that make it easier for entrepreneurs to reach their audience and help them make data driven decisions. Shopify is built in Ruby on Rails running on a stack composed of Docker, Golang, Python, Mysql, Kafka, HDFS and Apache Spark. If you're interested in building tools that empower Entrepreneurs come take a look at who we are and what we're doing https://jobs.lever.co/shopify?lever-via=XBuWsYM_Q2 https://github.com/Shopify.


Entelo | San Francisco, CA | Full-time | Onsite

Entelo uses huge amounts of data and predictive analytics to help companies build great teams. Our ~15-person engineering team uses technologies like Ruby, Golang, JavaScript, Kubernetes, Docker, Kafka, Spark, and Redshift, and we already have customers like Facebook, Tesla, and Paypal. We ingest and parse up to 2 TB of social profile data per day, predict when people will change jobs, match people to jobs, and more.

We care deeply about promoting diversity in tech and being pleasant, collaborative folks; we were recently ranked as the #3 Best Place to Work by Glassdoor among small and medium companies. Join us as we continue to grow very quickly and discover new ways to merge machine learning, big data, and full-stack engineering to provide value to our customers!

We're hiring for many roles including:

* Architect

* Data Engineer

* Data Scientist

* Senior Backend Engineer

* Senior Software Engineer

* Software Engineer

If you're interested, check out our open positions at https://www.entelo.com/careers, or feel free to email me directly at tom at entelo dot com.


Elemental Technologies | Portland, Oregon | Engineer-in-test (SDET) | Full-time, onsite (mostly)

Elemental empowers top-tier media companies (think: Comcast, DirecTV, ESPN, FOX, Turner, etc) to deliver premium video experiences to consumers. Real-time video transcoders. Video Origin Servers. Both AWS cloud solutions and on-prem big-iron Linux servers.

We have various engineering reqs: http://www.elemental.com/company/careers/open-positions. But I’m personally looking for an engineer-in-test (SDET) to expand the capabilities of our Platform engineering team: http://www.elemental.com/node/4091. This latter position would be largely green-field work: new role, new process, initial test framework and infrastructure, in addition to actual test development itself.

Interested? Questions? dangaur at elemental dot com.


Perseus Mirrors | Engineering (multiple) | Cambridge, MA | REMOTE, INTERNS

Perseus Mirrors is building the next-generation mirror - find out more here: http://www.perseusmirrors.com/

We're an alumnus of the Google Launchpad and XRC accelerator programs, and currently operating out of the Harvard Innovation Lab in Cambridge, MA.

We're growing quickly and expanding our engineering team - looking to fill the following roles:

- Senior Developer

- Systems Engineer

- UI/UX Engineer

If interested, email us at jobs@perseusmirrors.com - we look forward to hearing from you!


I've been wanting to build one of these since I saw this post: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY/comments/3yiu6j/a_magic_mirror_...


San Francisco; Full Time; Onsite

I'm the cofounder of Figma (https://www.figma.com), a startup in San Francisco building a browser-based collaborative design tool to improve the way designers and developers work together. We're a small team (~20) and we're looking for talented engineers (https://www.figma.com/careers) who are interested in tackling hard technical problems with smart people and building a product that startups will rely on.

If you want to see what we value, you might find these interesting:

- First principles thinking: https://medium.com/figma-design/introducing-vector-networks-...

- Pushing the web to the limit: https://medium.com/figma-design/building-a-professional-desi...

Upcoming/ongoing projects:

- Develop a plugin ecosystem from the ground up

- Build a community of design content and tools from scratch

- Cross-document shared symbols

- Multiplayer editing infrastructure (realtime simultaneous editing)

Our tech stack: C++, Emscripten, Node, TypeScript, React, WebGL, Ruby, Sinatra

If you're interested in learning more about what we're working on or want to meet up to talk about any of my other projects (http://madebyevan.com/), you can email me at wallace@figma.com.


S3IT, University of Zurich | Technical Lead OpenStack Cloud | Zurich, Switzerland | Full-time ONSITE

S3IT is a core facility at the University of Zurich with the ambitious goal of supporting research use of IT across the University. This includes providing services in high-performance and cloud computing, data management, software development and higher-level functions related to computing and data interpretation.

Our technology stack currently includes Openstack, Ceph, Elasticsearch/Logstash/Kibana (ELK), Check_MK, CFEngine 3, Percona, Pacemaker/Corosync, Ubuntu. We love to Python and use it to automate the services.

We are currently looking for an OpenStack ops team lead to continue developing our private OpenStack installation with new service offerings, and keep the existing ones up to their excellent track record of stability.

More details and application info at: http://www.jobs.uzh.ch/jobDetail.php?jobID=7184


Gusto - VISA, ONSITE (SF or Denver)

Gusto is building delightful payroll, benefits, and HR software for small businesses.

In only 4 years, we've grown to process nationwide payroll for more than 40,000 companies, process ~$20B in payments, and recently added health insurance, 401(k), and a host of HR features.

Team culture is a huge part of what makes Gusto special. We have a team of super-sharp, passionate, hard-working, and friendly software engineers. You can read more about us on our engineering blog: http://engineering.gusto.com/

Some of the technologies we use: Ruby/Rails, JavaScript/CoffeeScript, and React.js.

We have openings to work in our Payroll, Benefits, and HR teams

Apply online here! https://gusto.com/careers or email me directly.

Interview process: 1 technical phone screen (1 hour over Coderpad), and 1 onsite interview (~4.5 hours of interviews + pair programming)


Technische Universität München | Frontend, Backend Developer | Munich, Germany | FULL-TIME, PART-TIME

We are a small software development group at the University Library of the Technische Universität München (TUM, Technical University Of Munich) working on tools that facilitate research and publication of research results. Our main product is the university publication server which is written in Python. We are looking for full stack, backend or frontend developers to improve our tools and the open source libraries we depend on. You will have the opportunity to work with researchers from our university or other universities that use our software. There are no strict experience requirements but you should have the desire and ability to learn new things. Some knowledge of web development, user interface design, Git, DevOps, testing or other things mentioned below would be great. Part-time employment is possible.

Things that we like:

* Free Software * Python * SQLAlchemy * Flask * PostgreSQL * Nginx * Linux, especially NixOS * ElasticSearch

Things we want to try out in the near future:

* Elm and other JS alternatives like Typescript or Transcrypt * React * your own ideas?

== Hiring process ==

We won't put you through whiteboard coding sessions or multiple interviews. Instead, we'd like to talk about projects and write some code together. Good contributions to open source projects are a big plus.

== How to to apply ==

Please see our offical job announcement here (english text below): https://portal.mytum.de/jobs/sonstige/NewsArticle_20160122_1...

== Questions? ==

You can contact me at tobias.stenzel@tum.de for more information.


Remote? or are you onsite only?


Meta | Boston, MA & Lisbon, PT | Full-time, on-site or remote | https://www.meta-icg.com

Meta is a product builder/launcher specializing in machine learning and IoT. We launched our own startups such as our Amazon Go like platform, https://sensei.tech. We also work with other promising startups to help them build, launch, and grow their startups, too. Meta is growing with several positions open especially in software and hardware engineering. Check out the career section of the website for more details.

https://www.meta-icg.com

This one is not listed, but we are growing our partners program for investors, accelerators, and incubators. If you are interested in helping grow or participate in this program, please email Randy Carlton <rcarlton@meta-icg.com>.


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