- Data visualization
- Data engineers
I look at it and I think it's a great prove that data science is not only phd territory, there are so many ways to bring value to the field.
For people that genuinely want to tease it apart, there are useful ways to do it, such as:
A bit of transparency goes a long way. Where I work (Casetext), our data team does a mix of traditional data engineering, machine learning, graph algorithms, NLP (a mix of off-the-shelf and custom work), information retrieval, customer/market analytics, and experimental design. For us, and probably many other companies in this situation, it helps us to know what a candidate is interested in and good at. It also helps explain what we do to another level of granularity.
Yes, the "data science" label is pretty muddled. It happens (but it is understandable) probably because of the fuzziness of the topics and differing communication styles and goals of engineers, marketers, salespeople, and investors.
It takes 60 seconds to apply and we can get you fast-tracked to an upcoming batch. Can also email us with questions -- support[at]underdog[dot]io.
2. Is something, not so public, going on at Sound Cloud or is this just normal turn over for a company of there size?
Or these are most technical redundancies (in Berlin)
Please add IrisVR to the list. We're building AR / VR collaboration tools for 3D design pros, so lots of interesting challenges here for the right designers and engineers.
Unfortunately, not many names on this list in NYC which is where we'd prefer, but I can also do L.A., Phoenix/Tempe/Chandler, S.F., San Diego, Charlotte, or other options.
Of course, happy to hire individuals as well.
My username at gmail.
Here's all of your columns:
Role: Creative Developer / SRE Manager / Android Eng /
Frontend Eng / Product Backend Eng / Analytics Eng / App Infrastructure Eng / Data Pipelines Eng / Core Services Eng / Security Eng / SRE Eng / Recruiters / PMs / Designers
All job listings: http://grnh.se/dn27gt1
Contact Kelly (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Short term contract-based jobs are available if you are just looking for something to generate a little income while you explore the market.
Exigent Capital | Chicago | Data Scientists, Data Engineers | Full-time, Contract, Part-time | Onsite or Remote
Market Making / HFT group focused on cryptocurrency exchanges. Looking for quant / data scientists to find new edges in the market and talented Go/Python engineers to expand the trading platform.
Contact wes+hnsc ||at|| exigentcapital.com
I'm currently in Berlin if anyone would like to grab coffee.
Sprout Social | Chicago | ONSITE | https://sproutsocial.com/careers/open-positions
We are hiring people in all engineering and product roles. We are looking for Python engineers, React.js engineers, SREs, QA, Mobile (iOS, Android, and React Native), etc.
Also, if you would like to add our resident recruitment lead to the list on the "recruiters" tab, here is their contact info (and info for the columns in the sheet):
Amy Wolcott | email@example.com | Sprout Social | Talent Lead
Want to help us build the best data engineering platform in the industry that handles billions of ad events every day including a vast distributed system that makes 250,000+ decisions per second ? Join us build the first end-to-end platform for managing advertising across traditional TV and digital formats, simplifying what has been a complex and fragmented process for the world's biggest brands. We're hiring for senior & lead dev and qe roles
We've got a bunch of engineering positions (everything from entry level to Sr level) at The Trade Desk in a variety of different locations such as London, Sydney, San Francisco, New York, Boulder, San Jose, Aliso Viejo, Ventura and Bellevue.
Here's a list of our open jobs: https://www.thetradedesk.com/join-us/open-positions
Please feel free to email me directly as well if you'd just like to hear more. firstname.lastname@example.org
If anything seems interesting, you can email me at saurabh.sharma at reddit.com
From an engineer's perspective, it's a wonderful opportunity to be part of a company that's only now building out most of their tech stack. We get quite a lot of traffic and it's very interesting to work at this scale.
We've been building a solid list of hiring companies for several months already. Our mission is to help people affected by layoffs and we're now ready with a network of local companies specifically hiring SF tech talent affected by layoffs.
May expand to NYC pretty soon given demand. NYC/SF/Boston Hiring companies can sign up now to get people from the next SoundCloud, Etsy, Twitter, etc
I've been working with some amazing folks on some really interesting projects, and we have clients all over the world. We are located in NYC, London and Melbourne but hire from anywhere (I live in Dallas.)
Also what would be the benefit to a head hunter in sharing this data?
For example, the link for Modomoto points to jobs at Oberlo. The link for Modomoto jobs is under Zalando.
Short term contract-based jobs can also be arranged if you are just looking for something to generate a little income while you explore the market.
If you're curious to learn more please reach out to me at maxg at (company name) dot com
Roles are in SF and in some cases remote.
If you're a scala engineer in sf who knows finagle, we're hiring. Plus, pretty much everything else.
But what great times we live in actually, a community caring for people they don't even know.
I am INTERNAL technical recruiter please feel free to reach out Drosa@theladders.com
Douglas Rosa 646-307-7522
- Hiring engineering, UI/product design (in SF, will consider remote).
We work with Go, Go Mobile, C++, gRPC, Maps, UE4/Unity/Vulkan, distributed systems, low level systems development, Spark, iOS, Android.
We're located in Paris, France.
Reach out to me directly at steeve at zen dot ly.
SketchDeck, Full stack engineer, Sunnyvale California, No remote, Join our little dev team to grow our design marketplace - happy to talk: email@example.com
GrowingStartup.com would love to work with some of these people.
I'm glad to see how supportive everyone is.
For SF it's 2 weeks I assume?
I'll copy paste my usual Who's Hiring message here:
SoundHound | All roles available in Santa Clara/San Francisco. Engineering roles only in Toronto. NLP only in Sacramento/Baltimore | ONSITE - http://soundhound.com/careers
I'm an NLU / Data Engineer at SH. We've just raised $75 Million from NVIDIA, Samsung, KP and others to take on Amazon and Google in AI with our "Collective AI" Houndify platform. Our open Houndify platform has the world’s fastest speech recognition and most sophisticated natural language understanding. We've had a lot of interest from partners and there are a LOT of really interesting projects being worked on requiring complex problem solvers who can work well independently.
Things have come a long way since our leaked demo video took top spot on Reddit a year ago!
If you have any questions you'd like to ask an engineer here just email me: rob at (company name) dot com. I respond to all emails but please no agents!
It sucks to lose a job. These folks lost their jobs suddenly, and without having done anything wrong.
Simultaneously, the industry struggles to find qualified talent. Somebody put two and two together, and realized there's a quick, easy, and inexpensive way to slightly help reduce the pain of a layoff.
I'm sure these folks would've found jobs anyway, but this might help a few find it faster.
Frankly, I find it very disturbing that you understand the pain of job loss, but mock people who are reducing the pain. It says a lot about you; but those people are good people. Better than you'll ever be.
We detached this comment from https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14720640 and marked it off-topic.
Some highlights from the list:
* SRE's with experience with both cloud and on-premise - come work with a team of experienced SRE's managing infrastructure spanning multiple international locations.
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Please add MemSQL to the list, and for people who want to learn more feel free to email me directly or apply on our website. carl at (company name) dot com. I will respond to all direct (non-agent) communication.
EDIT: for downvoters, you probably never worked for Berlin startups, right?
Putting up this data together is very disturbing and to be honest somewhat desperate in my eyes. Cannot these guys find jobs themselves, they must be sold in a bundle, or what is the idea behind?
I believe the startup bubble is starting to slowly drain, and we'll see more and more of this.
I am not sure it applies in this case as this was quite sudden and we don't have enough visibility to see how many red flags were there few months / a year ago. In this case it seems to have been so sudden that lots of great people have been caught off guard.
People with families, children, mortgages etc might be more prone to staying and hoping for the ship to be righted rather than preemptively moving.
The startup souffle might be deflating for sure, but I think the intent here is to say:
"We just had to layoff 40% of our staff yesterday. Through no fault of their own, our folks are now jobless. Can the community help?"
(edit: well, I wouldn't name names even if I did know more about their work. That would be uncouth)
EDIT: Honest, non-snarky question, then: If you believe there really is this shortage of tech talent, why is this effort needed? I don’t believe there is such a shortage and I wish these guys best of luck.
I don't think it in anyway implies they couldn't find a job using the more traditional routes; this is just an alternative avenue to try.
I think this a rather insensitive view. How is this fundamentally different than changing a your LinkedIn status or putting your resume up on a job board? If anything it might just be more efficient.
The Euler problem seemed to have a pretty low bearing on what most PHP programmers would do, so it all seemed super unfair. Had the challenge been anything related to API's, architecture or scalability I'm sure I would have passed. But doing math related to primes simply is not something that I practically ever need in my work so I was fairly dusty.
I would absolutely not recommend interviewing with them. Prepare to be disrespected unless you tick their specific boxes unrelated to the work you'll actually be doing.