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SF or REMOTE fulltime (near pacific time) CircleCI: designers, frontend, backend engineers.

At CircleCI (https://circleci.com), we're building Heroku for Continuous Integration. We have traction and revenue. Our customers love us, because we move quickly and provide amazing support. All employees talk to customers and are on support rotation.

We eat our own dogfood, DevOps, A/B test, do Continuous Deployment and Customer Development.

We're looking for: designers that can write HTML & CSS, Frontend Engineers and Backend Engineers.

We're still a small team, so you'll have a large impact on company culture. We're highly influenced by Valve's Employee handbook, and the culture at GitHub, Stripe, etc. SF-local employees have catered lunch every day.

The frontend is a fat javascript client, using HamlCoffee, Less and Knockout. We have a lot of interesting design and data-visualization problems that need to be solved.

The backend is written in Clojure. Backend engineers should know Clojure or another 'weird' language (Haskell, Scala, Scheme, etc), and Linux Devops (C compilation model, make, packaging).

Contact us at jobs@circleci.com. Include samples of awesome stuff you've done.

We're extremely happy CircleCI customers, and I've been tremendously impressed by how they're running a business. Via feature requests and a few minor issues, I've been in contact with a few members of their team and have been impressed each time.

Hi Paul, JTLYK your website with JS off won't load.

Indeed it won't. We rely pretty heavily on JS, in particular for real-time updates to builds, and so the entire front-end is one big JS app.

That said, we should add some text to at least pitch people to whitelist us, but it hasn't been that high a priority just yet.

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