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Ask HN: Who is hiring? (June 2013)
249 points by whoishiring on June 1, 2013 | hide | past | favorite | 364 comments
Please lead with the location of the position and include the keywords INTERN, REMOTE, or H1B if the corresponding sort of candidate is welcome. Feel free to post any job that may interest HN readers from executive assistant to machine learning expert to CTO.

Also see: Ask HN: Freelancer? Seeking freelancer? (June 2013) https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=5803767

Hanover, Germany. Work Permit/Blue Card and Relocation Assistance Provided.

Looking for strong Perl developers for a company in Hanover, Germany. They're stable, profitable and they've been in business for years. Hanover is a beautiful, bike-friendly, mid-sized town in the north of Germany. The cost of living is low and the quality of life is high. It's a green-friendly town and hosts one of the largest Oktoberfests in the world. While we're listing "desired" skills, keep in mind that the company is happy to be flexible on most of this so long as you can convince them that you can help improve their systems:

    - You have a strong Perl, testing, and refactoring background. 
      You'll be helping them transform legacy systems into modern ones.
    - You have experience with AJAX, SOAP, REST and other Web technologies.
    - You have good relational database experience, preferably
      MySQL (what a surprise!)
    - You understand that Object Oriented code is more than just using
      Moose or blessing a reference.
    - Familiarity with Linux
    - You speak English. German's a plus, but not mandatory.
    - You don't drool on your t-shirt.
In return:

    - A competitive salary and strong job security (always profitable,
      very low employee turnover)
    - Top-notch equipment
    - Shared offices to two or three devs -- no open plan
    - Offices in downtown
    - Flexible and fair working hours
    - 30 days vacation!
    - Get sent to conferences (if you want)
Why Hanover?

    - An active local Perl Mongers group.
    - Lots of asparagus!
    - 500k people
    - University town
    - Greenest city in Germany (forest, lake, parks, rivers)
    - Great transportation
    - Low rent and low cost of living!
Your job will not just be to hack Perl. You'll be actively working to help modernize their systems and improve standards. You'll have a high level of responsibility. In return, you get to enjoy a friendly, beautiful city and culture. Take a two week road trip across Europe and still have a month's vacation when you get back to work.

Send email to jobs at allaroundtheworld dot fr.

I'm residing in this city, but I'm a Pythonista ;-)

If you feel like exploring new waters, you can still come visit the PM group. ;)


How similar is Blue card to Green card? How easy it is to change employers in EU (But I guess, that would depend on particular country, Germany in this case).

Btw, wish you all the best in your recruiting endeavours!

Thanks for the kind words :)

For the Blue Card, you can change employers as much as you want because it's attached to the employee rather than the employer. Further, depending on the country, after two or three years, you can then legally take work in any other EEA country (except the UK, Ireland and Denmark, all of whom opted out of the Blue Card program). There are some technicalities involved, but those are the basics.

Germany's program is particularly great because you can get a permanent residency permit after only two years if you learn German (to a B2 level, I think), or after three years if you don't speak German. In other words, it's a permanent entry into the EU. I'm an American living in France and I'm married to a French woman, so I don't have to worry, but otherwise, I'd apply for the Blue Card in a heartbeat!

Interesting. I guess Blue Card is not for freelancers, right? i.e. to just directly apply on my own.

Another scenario - I'm a contractor/freelancer working for some non-EU company, but just want to live some period in EU, without changing a job. (Reasons could be e.g. a better school for children, etc..)

It's not for freelancers, no. You can go to Germany and stay up there for up to six months while looking for work, but to get a Blue Card, you have to have a contract with an annual salary attached to it. Your Blue Card is good for the length of the contract plus three months. However, as mentioned, if you stay long enough, you can apply for permanent German residency.

Keep in mind that the German government has been tweaking the Blue Card law, so you probably want to reverify what I've said if you go that route. That being said, I just received a PM on Reddit from someone who moved to Germany after seeing a post I made about the Blue Card and they just got a job offer. They're going to sign and apply for their Blue Card with that contract.

Is the Blue card valid for all of Europe or only Germany? If a german company gives me a blue card can i apply for a job in france or will the french company have to apply for the blue card too? What i am trying to understand is if it is like the H1B visa.

Seems like a good program. Thanks for sharing.

> - You don't drool on your t-shirt

Taste of German humor? :) Kidding aside, Good Luck with your search.

God, I'd love to work there. I'm an Asp.Net developer. Well mostly a JavaScript Dev who leverages the C# backend to parse recordsets.

I wonder if I should apply anyway lol. It sounds like a dream job.

Amsterdam, Netherlands. Work permit and relocation assistance provided.

We want developers who like to have fun and socialize outside of work, but care about their jobs, too. We're looking for UX designers, front-end and back-end developers.

UX designer: use Photoshop, Gimp, or whatever makes your socks roll up and down and you know how to make Web and/or mobile applications work for customers. Knowledge of HTML, JavaScript and CSS also needed.

Front-end developer: you can make Web sites do exactly what you want them to do, regardless of the browser or operating system the web site is running on. Knowledge of HTML, JavaScript and CSS required.

Back-end developers: you know what it takes to power the back-end of large web sites. You understand scalability issues and can explain the difference between an inner and outer join. You know what O(log N) is and why it's important. Your programming language history isn't important because you're good enough to learn a new language if needed.

All positions: not looking for rock stars. Looking for competent technical talent who are willing to move to Europe (unless you're already here). We have many expats working here and we'll even help pay for Dutch lessons, if you want them.

We also like people who understand business because you'll be expected to make many of your own decisions without having to ask permission from management for every little thing that you do. You will have the power to get stuff done, work with a great bunch of people and be able to spend your five weeks of vacation time cruising across Europe and discovering why Amsterdam is such a beautiful city.

Send email to jobs at allaroundtheworld dot fr.

I gather this is for Booking.com, the company that is famous in the Perl community for treating its developers like dogs. http://blogs.perl.org/users/bookingemployee/2012/03/truth-ab...

The Netherlands has a very attractive 30% tax reduction for knowledge migrants which makes it attractive for foreign talent to come to the country.

It seems to almost be a common denominator that when Dutch companies stop valuing their employees (treat them badly, seeing them as expenses, etc.) they start abusing this tax reduction to recruit cheap foreign labour; often after they've burned their bridges in the small and tightly-knit local tech community.

So ... If you're a foreigner and are considering moving to the Netherlands, be careful with companies where the majority of employees is not native, since there's a good change you won't get to experience the respectful work culture Dutch companies are generally famous for.

If you're already used to a culture with a greater power-distance (e.g. Russia, US, India) it might still not be all that bad for you though and either way it's pretty easy to find good jobs elsewhere once you're in the country.

Indeed, Senior Dutch Perl programmers have left the company as they couldn't take this exploitation any more. The aim of the company management is to get developers from other countries who are unaware/ignorant of this dog treatment. They are trying very hard to stop their bad reputation from spreading but as you mentioned the developer community is closely knit and it doesn't take long for the word to spread.

What is sad though is Ovid-who is a reputable member of the Perl community, still recruits for them despite having worked for Booking and got burnt out for exactly those reasons that the blog talks about.

brian (if this is indeed the same brian d foy, I don't know since he always uses 'd' with his name, per his style guide: http://www252.pair.com/comdog/style.html), I'm rather surprised to see you writing this.

First, it should be clear that for obvious reasons, I can't identify the company in question. My wife and I are starting a company trying to help people live their dream of living in other countries and that's a very hard thing to do. You (if you're really brian) know that I write http://www.overseas-exile.com/ and I've been writing that for years trying to help people move abroad because I love being an expat. We created this company because now we have a chance to really help people do what I'm so passionate about, but when someone tears down our work it also threatens to take away another chance for people to experience life abroad. The fact that we're doing this with IT companies is almost incidental: it's our background and it's what we know best.

What we don't do is throw CVs at a company without telling the candidate what the location and the company are like because it's important for the candidate to decide for themselves, rather than simply rely on rumors. We get to know the companies we work with so we can make sure that the candidate is happy with the company and the company is happy with the candidate. Everyone we've helped move abroad has thanked us and I don't believe anyone has any illusions that we're promising them a gold-plated Ferrari and a personal masseuse.

Regarding your comments about Booking.com and my reasons for leaving, people have asked and I publicly stated my reasons at http://blogs.perl.org/users/ovid/2011/12/moving-to-paris.htm.... However, I was very cagey about that because much of the reason was intensely personal and nobody's darned business, but since you're attacking me by saying it's a "sad" thing I'm doing, I'll say it now: my wife had just had a baby, was very tired, and wanted to move back to her home country. I love my wife very dearly and I would do anything to help her. So off to France we went. Making a decision to move to another country is very hard and there are always many factors that come into play, but that was the primary reason and I've already told a few people about it privately, but I didn't shout it from the rooftops because it's nobody's business that my wife was tired and wanted to go home. Did I gripe about other issues from time to time? Sure, everyone does. But my primary motivation was my wife and daughter and it worked: my wife is very happy.

There are still plenty of well-known senior Perl developers who are at Booking.com: Yves, Rafael, Ævar, and many others who are known by first name to much of the community. Booking.com isn't a good fit for everyone, and not everyone is good fit for Booking.com -- that describes every business on the planet.

I also see that you linked to that "truth about Booking.com" post. I've never publicly commented on that simply because people have strong feelings about that company and just like vi versus emacs, I saw no point in wading into the debate.

So I'll say this about that post: that was clearly an anonymous disgruntled employee and that should be a warning sign to anyone who read it. Whoever they are, they've never been willing to stand up and take responsibility for their words, though if they're still working there, I could understand why. Their post was a mixture of truths, half-truths, and outright falsehoods. Plus, I felt there was a lot of lying by omission. Note how many Booking employees responded (all but one of whom I know personally). They were honest about the company and generally positive about it. Some people don't understand why so many extremely talented Perl developers are happy to work there, but that alone should give people pause.

By now most people probably know that Booking.com isn't a "modern Perl" shop, but they're not "treating their employees like dogs". They're extremely business-oriented and while I don't always agree with their decisions, the fact that they've managed to become one of the largest internet properties on the planet says something about what they're doing right. And if you work for them and do well, you'll get plenty of advancement opportunities if you want it. And I also know plenty of programmers working for them who have earned fantastic bonuses by producing great results. They pay a fair salary for Amsterdam, bonuses, and if you qualify for the Dutch 30% ruling, you get an extra several hundred euros a month.

TL;DR: They're not for everyone, but the rumor mill is just that: a rumor factory.

hmmm, not impressed by your 'help'. i contacted you a couple of months ago and only received the initial default response to push over my resume and info and never got a reply once i sent it over. pretty poor way to communicate and start a business.

papaver, I can understand your being upset and I want to apologize. In going back through our mail queue I can find your email in a backup mailbox I use, but we can't find it in the main mailbox. In fact, you say you received a response, but I can't even find that replied to you! I'm very sorry about this and now we're trying to figure out what happened.

As you can imagine, we get a lot of email for these positions, but to the best of my knowledge, we've never missed one before (but obviously, if we did miss a candidate, we wouldn't know, would we?). Now that I've located your initial April 3rd email, we'll get in touch, but obviously if you're not still interested, we understand.

Again, my sincerest apologies.

My takeaway from this is that stay as far away as possible from Booking.com.

You might certainly say they are not a good fit for everyone, but I think when someone in HN community is looking for a job change, I am sure they are also looking at the other "intangible"/not-so-obvious aspects. Like: does the company treat every employee respectfully? Do they provide the right environment where even the underdog can excel? They can be business minded, but do they understand their core cannot be culturally immoral?

On all counts Booking has fell short to me (just from your justification).

Sad but true.

For those without showdead on; it seems that Brian (not-D) Foy was hellbanned for his comments.

It seems obvious that he is a disgruntled ex-employee so you should take his statements with a grain of salt, but since I don't see any reason for hellbanning him for that (maybe he got too many flags?,) so I'm reposting them there.


I am not Brian D Foy so stop maligning his name. Brian D Foy doesn't work for Booking and he never has.

Booking tries to keep the big names you mentioned happy so that they don't spill the beans. These names get the best development projects and the big money. One of their job responsibilities as a senior developer is to advertise and say good things about the company. I concur with you that they play this game well. In fact open praise in developer forums about the company is a sure way to land good bonus.

They make tonnes of money but none of that is shared with the developers although they put up with the grunge work of fixing one of the worst Perl code in the industry patched up by people who left in a hurry.

I speak for those who are going to leave their family, friends at home with the hopes that they would be doing good work based on the big names working there only to find that the reality is totally different.

The treatment meted out to the rest of the developers is shameful and you know it and the Perl blog mentions all the pain points.

The expats do not know the local employment laws of Netherlands and Booking.com fully exploits this to the hilt.

And the truth can be found out easily from people who left the company and who currently do not get a direct/indirect monetary benefit of saying good things about the company, and given that you are recruiting for them and get approximately thousand Euro atleast for every successful lead, it disqualifies you.


The Netherlands has employee friendly policies. After three years in a company, employees automatically get an "indefinite" contract. An "indefinite" contract ensures that the employer cannot kick out the employee on a whim unlike in the US.

Good Dutch companies give out indefinite contract to the expats at the beginning of their employment itself but not Booking.com.

Booking.com gives out a 1 year contract to start with and after every 2 years kicks out its developers and gets new ones. So the frequent hiring you see is one of the side-effects of this cheap policy. I wouldn't be surprised if one of the big names Curtis "Ovid" Poe mentioned jumps on this mailing list to say - "not me", but the truth is this is their cheap game.

So after two years the delta of ones career capital can be summed up as:

1. experience in copy pasting code and cargo culting which would translate to nothing when you try out for another job.

2. no monetary benefit. Booking has the most underpaid developers in the industry. Those bonuses they promise never come. Given how expensive Amsterdam is, one wouldn't have saved up a penny after two years and if you have a family you might end up in debt.

In short one is ruining his/her best two years without any increase in career capital or monetary standing.

I interviewed with Booking recently. My takeaway was not particularly negative, but that may be because I'm from the US.

They were fairly up front about their business-first mentality, and otherwise did make a convincing case for having interesting & challenging work available at all ends of the stack.

Downsides obviously being that pay is low relative to SF, and housing in Amsterdam is not particularly cheap. The city is also not for everyone, more so than most places. However, from a tech POV I don't think I would have been bored. Can't speak to the office culture, but I didn't get any scary vibes.

I have contacted the real brian d foy and he confirms that this is an imposter.

Or, you know, someone with the same name.

Stockholm, Sweden. Unfortunately we're not able to provide much in the way of relocation assistance :(

Looking for a Javascript developer with some Haskell understanding and an interest in doing growth related work with me at a ~10 people startup.

You'll be helping me with Scrive's growth, which involves doing some A/B testing, some Haskell, some support and a lot of JS. You don't need to know Swedish.

In return you'll be working at Sveavägen in a sweet office with very nice people. You can work a day or so a week from home, and we practice "flextid". You'll also get to disrupt some seriously wasteful practices related to printing papers and scanning signatures. And you'll interact with Poland and Swedens finest Haskell programmers.

Also Haskell. Haskell Haskell Haskell.

I'm available at johan at scrive dot com.

Amazon Web Services - Global

AWS is hiring! Come solve some incredible, amazing problems on a platform that scales the globe [0]. Last time I posted I was overwhelmed by all the email and couldn't respond to everybody, please submit your resume on-line, [1] it will get a better, faster response. If you have any questions my contact information is in my profile.

Software Development Engineers in Palo Alto - http://www.amazon.com/gp/jobs/ref=j_sq_btn?jobSearchKeywords...

Solutions Architects in San Fransisco - http://www.amazon.com/gp/jobs/ref=j_sq_btn?jobSearchKeywords...

1051 open positions in Seattle where it's a gorgeous, sunny 70F - http://www.amazon.com/gp/jobs/ref=j_sq_btn?jobSearchKeywords...

Plus ~600 other positions all over the globe - http://www.amazon.com/gp/jobs/ref=j_sr_pag_81_next?ie=UTF8&#...

[0] http://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/globalinfrastructure/

[1] https://www.amazon.com/jobs

Amazon Web Services - Seattle and Dresden, Germany

And if I can add on. We have a number of open positions for Xen and Linux kernel engineers in Seattle and Dresden, Germany [1]. These positions are on the core EC2 instance platform development and enablement teams, and you get to work on server platforms at a crazy massive scale (email in profile)

1. http://www.amazon.com/gp/jobs/ref=j_sq_btn?jobSearchKeywords...

edit: formatting

Any email address to share?

Check my profile.

Houston, TX

CS Disco - www.csdisco.com - demo.csdisco.com

We build tools to help great lawyers do more. Our first product is 10x faster, 10x cheaper eDiscovery software called Disco.

Disco ingests, analyzes, and indexes hundreds of thousands to tens of millions of documents per case and allow lawyers to search, review, and produce them for use in court. The idea is to help lawyers turn raw documents and email into evidence.

We are funded by Camara & Sibley LLP's internal technology group, Casi Labs. Disco customers include big firms like K&L Gates and Morgan Lewis, medium firms and boutiques like Adams & Reese, Winstead, and Gibbs & Bruns, and corporate litigants like AIG, Cameron, and Westlake Chemical.

The team includes a YC W '10 alum, the former CIO of Sonic Foundry, the youngest graduate in the history of Harvard Law School, and lawyers from a variety of big firms. Tech stack is Lucene, RavenDB, C# / .NET for application, and C for machine learning.

We are hiring for engineering (work on classifying documents based on features of the documents, data set, case, primary law, and lawyers' past classifications of other documents), operations (handling collection and ingestion of data and interfacing with customers), and sales ($60k base + 10% commission, first month commission only).

Send applications to krambs@csdisco.com for engineering and operations roles and to cece@csdisco.com for sales roles.

Glad to see Houston representing!

whats H1B looking like for you guys?


WFH.io is a listing of worldwide full time work from home (WFH) IT-based job openings. Current openings range from customer support to Linux Operations to Ruby on Rails web development.

There's currently no fee to post your WFH-based job, so if you are hiring and the role is open to remote employees then please swing by and submit the details.


Maybe this bot should be updated to post of the first Monday or Tuesday of every month (which isn't a holiday); the number of replies to this post seems really low, maybe because it's a weekend.

Gumroad — San Francisco — Full-time — https://gumroad.com/jobs

We enable creators to sell directly to their audience — so that they can make a living doing what they love.

We spend our time building upon a simple, beautiful product to enable new forms of commerce for millions of makers. Every day is spent solving difficult problems — so that our sellers don't have to.


Two Sigma - SoHo, NY


We're building our next generation research environment, and we're looking for a functional programmer with a passion for distributed computing. We're scaling machine learning and operations research to tens of thousands of CPUs.

Our team's language of choice is Clojure, but we operate in a polyglot environment. We love using things that the rest of the world has built, and we recognize the benefits of contributing back. We believe in the Unix way. We often show our code to each other as we iterate towards simpler designs.

Two Sigma is a career destination for the intellectually curious who want to learn, invent, and create in a collaborative, down-to-earth environment. The people of Two Sigma – a dynamic and diverse group of scientists, researchers, and engineers – are accomplished analytical thinkers and passionate problem solvers.

We are a technology company that applies a rigorous, scientific method-based approach to investment management. Since our founding in 2001, Two Sigma’s vision has been to develop technological innovations that intelligently analyze the world’s data to consistently deliver value for our clients.

While we analyze the data-rich domain of finance, financial experience is not necessary.

If you're excited about working with us, please send your qualifications to buildstuff [at] twosigma.com.

Do mention if you do REMOTE, or H1B or if the corresponding sort of candidate is welcome.

Trulia - San Francisco, Full time, (H1B transfers)

Trulia is one of the largest real estate search platforms in the United States with over 30 million unique visitors across our platform every month. We're solving interesting problems and building cool things in nearly every software engineering discipline.

We've got lots of large scale projects to tackle including:

- Building our next generation of APIs (for both internal and external consumption)

- Creating new mapping and data visualization experiences

- Improving our web experience using a JS MVC framework and our new OOCSS library (similar to Bootstrap)

- Innovating on our top ranked mobile apps

- Diving deep into the terabytes of housing and user data we have in order to tailor custom experiences for our users

Our core web stack is a traditional LAMP stack, but we use a ton of other technologies as well including: Python, Java, Hadoop, Solr/Lucene, CouchBase, Backbone (though we are currently exploring other JS frameworks as well), d3.js, Sass, Git, and a whole lot more.

I've been an engineer at Trulia for just over a year now and can honestly say that it is a really fun company to work for. There's a great culture of letting people run with projects that really interest them and drive the entire engineering organization forward.

The compensation and perks are fantastic including:

- Great health benefits

- Unlimited vacation

- Great location in downtown San Francisco (1 min from BART, 10 min from Caltrain)

- Monthly transportation and "well being" allowances

- Kegs on two out of three floors (including one in our penthouse/rooftop patio)

- Stocked kitchens

- Lots of happy hours

- Quarterly hack weeks

You can checkout all the open positions and apply here - http://trulia.com/jobs

If you have any questions or want to chat you can also email me at aflanagan[at]trulia.com

Bloc (http://www.bloc.io) - INTERN, REMOTE

  * We're building a vertically integrated education platform.

  * We're looking for generalist developers (we're a Ruby shop)

  * We're a small team of 5 (all technical)

  * We pay market salaries and offer early-employee equity.

  * We have traction, revenue, and funding

  * Located in a really nice office in SOMA, San Francisco

  * Health, Vision, Dental + 401K
We work hard and take pride in the products we ship, but we also realize that building a strong culture and team is the most important thing we could do to have lasting impact. A few highlights of our culture:

  * You have a lot of ownership and opportunities to pursue your ideas

  * We value the pursuit of knowledge, which means we're pretty nerdy and frequently 
    get into conversations about philosophy, science, etc.

  * We're firm believers in enabling all of our employees to continue to grow and 
    master skills they're interested in developing.
Let me know if you're interested: roshan [at] bloc.io

Scribd (YC '06), San Francisco - H1B, FULL-TIME, and INTERN are all welcome

Scribd (social publishing & eBooks, top 100 website, 35 people) is hiring talented hackers and other technical people for a broad range of technologies.

We've hired FIVE full-time people and TWO summer interns from these "Who is Hiring" threads, including one just last month ... it really works!!

We're looking for people who want to work with:

* Ruby on Rails (we're the #2 largest rails site, after Twitter)

* Javascript (we recently switched to Coffeescript and are loving it)

* iOS

* Machine Learning / data mining / recommendations

* Back-end problems: scalability, web crawling, big data, analytics

* DevOps and web infrastructure

That said, we care way more about your personality and general hacking skills then what languages you've used so far, so if you haven't used these but want to break into mobile or web development, this could be a good opportunity for you. We've hired people from these threads with everywhere from 0 to 10 years of experience. We're profitable, very well funded and have a really fun office environment (go-karts + a rock climbing wall!). We've got flexible hours, a very engineer-driven company culture, and a really terrific team.

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

We are always looking for international people interested in moving to the US and can help you secure a visa.

See more at scribd.com/jobs and feel free to email me directly: jared at scribd.com

I emailed that address after a who's hiring thread last year and got no response whatsoever.

same here

San Francisco, NYC, and Stockholm. Full time. Relocation assistance, work permit/H1B for all locations.

Looking for full stack developers, backend engineers, iOS engineers, Android folks, and also JavaScript & frontend folks. And also ML people.

As a developer I've found Spotify to be a great place to work. Smart people, tough problems, large scale.

There's a list of positions and details at: https://www.spotify.com/us/jobs/vacancies/

I'm an engineer at Spotify so feel free to email me (rohan@spotify.com) if you have any questions or want to send your resume.

You can also apply through the link above.

do u sponsor green card

Full-time UK developer, Co-working space/remote.

Riddles, Puzzles, Whiteboard Coding Oh My!

Ready to answer some algorithm questions that your interviewer had to look up the answer to before you arrived? Does years of experience determine who the best engineers are? How about a whiteboarding session with people peppering you with questions - is that how you normally work?

We may only be a simple startup, but we have this crazy idea that your past work, production code and open source contributions are the best indicators of your ability. If these are high quality, let’s talk.

Who we are:

A small group (under 10) that has built two consumer facing products. We’re technology agnostic and believe the best developers can teach themselves what they need to learn. There are no politics, no prima donnas and we just like getting things done.

Edviso is a consultation marketplace for experts to give advice via live video chat. Catincan is a crowdfunding platform for open source projects.

What we need:

Software Engineer that solves problems. You’re someone that figures things out, cares about code quality and understands the choices you make can lead to technical debt. You like learning new languages and have your own method that’s worked for you time and again to get spun up on something quickly. Ideally you’ll know some of these technologies:

Scala, Haskell, Prolog, Lisp, Eiffel, Erlang, Go, Meteor, Coffeescript, Ember.js, AngularJS

We don’t just need another engineer, we need another team member. More info: https://www.catincan.com/ceo-bio

Please send links to your github or other repositories & attach your CV if you have one.

I knew something interesting would pop up by filtering "Prolog" ;)

Kaiserslautern, Germany. REMOTE

My name is Sebastian, I am the CTO at Aircloak.

Aircloak is a young and well-funded startup working on privacy preserving data-processing and analytics. We are a spin-out from the German Max-Planck Institute for Software System research institute, where we also currently have our offices.

Our technology allows us to process highly private streams of data and only ever make fully anonymous data available to our customers. One of the features that makes our system unique is that no-one, including operators, customers, and ourselves, ever has access to the sensitive raw data. This property holds true even after we update the software running on the machines processing the sensitive data!

You should:

  - be intelligent
  - have a good sense of humour
  - be an amazing programmer
  - wish to change the world
Our system spans many machines and services, with major components written in Erlang and Java, in addition to components written in C, C# and ruby. Knowledge of functional programming is a plus. Experience with web development is not going to hurt either.

We are:

  - recent University of Cambridge graduates
  - + one director at the Max-Planck Institute
The work environment is highly international and diverse, and we would like to keep it that way.

We are looking to hire two more full time engineers. We offer good and stable salary, generous equity and great facilities.

Feel free to email me if you have any questions! My email address is sebastian@aircloak.com.

I hope to hear from you!

You can find more on our website: http://www.aircloak.com/join.html

Birmingham, UK / Anywhere, UK - Droplet: rebooting payment.

We're looking to hire for three areas:

• Android/Java Mobile Engineer • Systems Administrator / System Operations (Linux on AWS) • Ruby Engineer

Details about the company, email to apply, and our offer to engineers here:


Birmingham dev here. This is so frustrating because I see your logo everywhere, have often read about your movements and I've often imagined you're a cool company to work for. But, I have no Java or Ruby experience... doh.

Drop us your CV anyway: join at dropletpay dot com

YGM :)


Amsterdam, the Netherlands. No remote work – must be able and willing to work at our Amsterdam office.

Silk (www.silkapp.com) is looking for Full-stack and Front-end engineers. We're looking for people who enjoy and know how to build great things that in run in the browser in Javascript.

We're building a product that makes it easy for people to create sites with content that is easy to query, visualize and share. On a deeper level, our vision is to bring the semantic web to the masses and build an amazing company around that.

We're working on many interesting and challenging problems, with a custom-built Haskell graph-database on the back-end and a cutting-edge Functional Reactive client-side framework in Javascript on the front-end. We are well-funded by top-tier VCs (NEA and Atomico) and are located in the city center of Amsterdam.


Python Engineer - Philadelphia, PA - Relocation Assistance Provided.

50onRed operates a premium ad network and serves over billions of online ad impressions each month. We work with large advertisers such as Groupon and eHarmony, and develop innovative products to monetize many of the web's largest shopping, dating, and social websites. 50onRed was recognized by Philly.com as one of the best places to work in Philadelphia.

We want Python Engineers to join our team that are smart, passionate and thrive on the challenges of building scalable software in a high-volume, big data world. Our core platform handles over 5 billion (with a "b") transactions per day and Python is a key ingredient in making that all possible. If that gets you excited, we should talk.

As part of our team, you will be surrounded by best-in-breed software engineers who are well versed in not only Python, but also with Java, PHP, AWS, and NoSQL... (not to mention ping-pong and craft brews!) We work hard on tackling the challenges of big data and we have fun doing it.


-Commercial Python development experience (more than just scripting) -NoSQL, MongoDB, or other "big data" -Comp Sci background and strong competencies in data structures, algorithms and scalable software design -Ability to alternate between different development tools and languages - no one trick ponies welcome here! -Energetic and passionate about technology -Desire to work with an amazing group of devs, engineering backend applications that are the core of our business!

Perks: -Friday summer hours -Catered lunch -Fully stocked kitchen -Competetive Bonus Plan -So much more!

Email recruiting@50onRed.com if you are interested.

This position is based out of Philadelphia, PA and located conveniently by 30th Street Station. We have a beautiful view of the city line, art museum, and we're part of the heart of the growing Philadelphia technical community. We offer relocation assitance and can even provide temporary company housing.

I worked on a project (probably one of your competitors) that was an ad network. It also used Python as the language of choice (with gevent to handle all of the requests). It's an interesting choice for such system. Do you have a blog with info on your stack? It'd be fun to read about how you handle such traffic. Also, if you want to talk shoot me an email (on profile).

Front-End Developer - Philadelphia, PA - 50onRed - Relocation Assistance Provided

For anyone that sees this, I also work at 50onRed as the Director of Product and am hiring someone for my team.

As Wellington said, 50onRed operates an ad network that serves billions of requests per day. To support those operations we also build dashboard and campaign management interfaces that are used by 1,000's of advertisers.

One unique thing we have to offer at 50onRed is that the product team is given a lot of freedom to drive the product based on customer needs, feedback, and data we collect on usage and engagement. And it's not just lip service! So, with that being said, the product team houses product managers, community managers, UX engineers, and now we are looking for a front-end developer.

Why is it cool to be on the product team? If you have a strong opinion on something the product should do, you no longer need to worry about your boss in engineering telling you no because it's a PITA due to some backend reasons. Now, the product team will have your back and work on getting any changes implemented to get what you need done.

What will the front-end developer do? You will be an EXPERT in javascript, html, and css. And not building simple jQuery toggles or copy pasting some code from stackoverflow. Our dashboards are moving quickly towards being more "AJAX-y". To help with the amount of JS, we are creating re-usable javascript widgets that can be used across different parts of the app. You should understand the implications of different JS decisions on browser performance, flexibility of how the widget can be used in different scenarious, etc. You can take a mockup from our UX Engineer (that was created after discussions with you, of course) and code it up with ease.

Why 50? Because you want to make decisions that impact 1,000's of customers in your first week. We push code frequently and test how it's used by our customers. We get feedback from our customers instantly. You want to take ownership and drive a product to be better. Do you think we should be a one page web app and use Angular? Great, sell us on it and let's do it. You think Prototype is 100x better than jQuery? Ok, then sell us on that instead. (Might be hard!) But... the point is that we are open to using any technology that is right for the job as long as it is the right business decision. No emotional attachments to code.

Email frank@50onred.com, I'd love to talk to you if you think you'd be a good fit.

Berlin, Germany. Visa and relocation assistance provided. https://soundcloud.com/ is looking for people with solid experience in at least two languages like Scala, Clojure, Go or Ruby. Extensive experience with systems integration using HTTP and queues (RabbitMQ and ProtocolBuffers are a plus) Good understanding of storage systems, like MySQL and Cassandra, including complex queries and optimization Experience in software design techniques, Test-Driven Development and distributed architectures.

Help us build the world's largest online repository of music. We are looking for engineers across all areas more info about SoundCloud and the kind of people we are looking for here http://soundcloud.com/jobs

Cambridge, MA. Full time, relocation assistance negotiable.

http://www.smartleaf.com is a small, profitable, privately-owned company that provides portfolio analysis and management for over $50 billion of current holdings.

I'm the director of IT and operations, and I'm looking for a right-hand person.


My group is responsible for:

- vendor evaluation and selection

- network security

- switching infrastructure

- DNS and mail and XMPP chat

- VOIP telephony

- IT systems like ticketing, bug tracking, automated builds

- performance monitoring and stats collection

- service monitoring and alerting

- systems deployment, from metal to magic

- release engineering

and we debug and maintain much more.

There's a lot to do. You'll need to both learn and teach. You must be clever, competent, and kind.

My email is in my profile, or take a look at the webpage above.

Likely - Shoreditch, London, UK. Full Time.

Clojure + Hadoop + Ubuntu + Rails + CoffeeScript


Founded in 2011, Likely is already at the forefront of social media data collection and analysis having helped companies such as Coca-Cola and the British Government develop highly engaging, relevant presences online.

We analyse billions of social interactions – such as follows, shares and comments – to better understand how people cluster around things they are passionate about. By looking at brands as a collection of “passion points”, we have found that it is significantly easier to discover the people that are most likely to engage with a brand’s content and understand what content will resonate most with them.

We're looking for:

Software Developers. You will be expected to write Clojure for the majority of your work, whether that is delivering web services to power our internal tools and external products, or writing code to query our Hadoop cluster through Cascalog.

Client-side Developers. Must have good working knowledge of CoffeeScript and a desire to write rich, visual, responsive applications which present our data to our customers. You will be working on our core products and will have the opportunity to develop and shape our front end capabilities.

Both roles will be working closely with the CTO but will be given the responsibility and flexibility to design and build systems as part of a small, highly focused development team.

In return we offer:

• A competitive basic salary

• 10% of time dedicated to hack-day projects

• An excellent working environment with ample opportunity for progression

• An openness to flexible working

• 30 days holidays per year

• A company commitment to quality technology and external training

Please email henry@likely.co or contact us through our website.

Salt Lake City, UT - Lucidchart

Lucidchart is building world class graphical applications in the browser and on mobile devices. We're rapidly growing in every dimension of the business and need people of all experience levels to join the product development team. Talent and ability to learn are more important than specific skills.

BACKEND SOFTWARE ENGINEER (all experience levels) - Lucidchart runs with various decoupled services in a Linux environment using Scala, MongoDB, AWS, and MySQL. At Lucidchart your responsibilities would include enhancing existing services, building new services, integrating with 3rd party applications and ensuring services are highly available, secure, and scalable.

Requirements: * Talent

Recommended experience: * Building large products / applications * Scala or Java * MySQL or other relational database * NoSQL databases (MongoDB especially desirable) * Opscode Chef or Puppet * Cloud computing (AWS)

FRONTEND SOFTWARE ENGINEER (all experience levels) - We build killer graphical web applications that push the boundaries of what's possible in the browser. Lucidchart is powered by one of the largest Javascript codebases on the Internet, optimized so that the user experience is indistinguishable from an installed native application. Come help us show the tech world what can be done on the web.

Requirements: * Talent

Recommended experience: * Building large products / applications * Javascript * Google Closure compiler/library * CSS/HTML/DOM manipulation * jQuery * node.js * Native app development on Android and/or iOS

SYSTEMS ENGINEER - At Lucidchart your responsibilities would include working as an engineering team member to create and operate highly available, secure, applications by building continuous integration, deployment, monitoring, and cloud management solutions.

Requirements: * Talent

Recommended experience: * Delivering devops solutions * Cloud management tools such as Puppet or Chef * AWS * MySQL * Linux expertise (preferrably Ubuntu) * node.js * Shell scripting * Software engineering

All applicants email resumes to jobs@lucidchart.com.

Coursera (https://www.coursera.org/) is hiring in Mountain View, CA

Coursera's mission is to make a college-level education available to everybody in the world. We currently offer over 300 classes from 60+ of the world's most prestigious institutions. Come be part of the online education revolution!

We are hiring for all the positions listed at https://www.coursera.org/about/jobs, including:

- Course Operations Specialist

- Software Engineer - Analytics

- Software Engineer - DevOps

- Software Engineer - Infrastructure

- Software Engineer - iOS

- Software Engineer - Product

- Software Engineer - Test & Automation

- HR Manager

You can email me directly at jacob@coursera.org or apply directly through the website

Twitch.tv in San Francisco is hiring engineers for backend and product.


At twitch we work with the largest people in the gaming industry. We've rocketed to the top of the gaming industry food chain - all within 2 years of our launch. We're looking for talented engineers that like building the right things in the right way. We are broadly breaking out our positions as follows:

* product engineers

* revenue engineers

* backend engineers

If you're interested in knowing more - follow the link at the top of the post or email me: ossareh at twitch dot tv. Details on the positions are posted as comments to this post.

Revenue Engineers

As per above, we're now focused on our product - are large part of that is focusing on bringing in more money. Right now our users subscribe to broadcasters, we take a cut and we pass on the lions share to the broadcaster. Users love this, they like knowing that they're supporting their favourite broadcasters. We're finding new ways to have users support their broadcasters and we need engineers to help with that! If you've integrated various payment providers, integrated ad servers, etc, you're definitely the type of person we want to chat with!

Product Engineers

We spent the first 18 months of our life scaling the heck out of our platform. We were growing at 1m MAU month over month. Now we're growing even faster, but we're better at the scaling side of things so we're able to focus on building out the product. You'll be involved in helping us execute on our product roadmap. We're highly analytics focused and love to kill ideas as much as have them succeed. We're building aspects to our product which will engage users _even more_ than they're currently engaged.

QlikTech - Shoreditch, London, UK; Newton, MA; Lund, Sweden

Growing public company seeks productive, thoughtful C++ developer to work with like-minded individuals. QlikTech provides user-driven business intelligence software - in other words, tools to help you analyse your data and make good and reasoned decisions with it. Positions open in R&D (main development organisation, structured working and direct contribution to product quality; Sweden and MA) and Labs (experimental ideas and prototyping, small group with diverse projects; UK).

For the Labs position: you are an experienced C++ developer (5+ years) and we expect that you have a genuine interest in mathematics, statistics and algorithms for optimizing data manipulation. We also believe that you have a passion for solving and providing elegant solutions to complex problems. Your work will influence how users interact with data to make better decisions. Ideal candidates have a degree that demonstrates their problem-solving ability, cross-platform development experience, familiarity with Windows/Visual Studio and a penchant for Sichuan cuisine.

I shan't speak for the other departments, so check out the careers page: http://www.qlikview.com/us/company/careers/current-openings?...

Shoreditch, London. Full-time and onsite. (https://howareyou.com & http://cambridgehealthcare.com)

To all exceptional Ruby developers

We are behind howareyou.com https://howareyou.com/, an online personal health record completely free to all NHS patients.

We are committed to building the best clinical API https://api.howareyou.com/, highly available and secure. Our API is a collection of services distributed across multiple infrastructures (including AWS).

The right candidate will be interested in:

   - RESTful APIs - including the hypermedia component
   - non-web Ruby services - we're big on EBI (Entity-Boundary-Interactor)
   - non-Rails apps - we are slowly phasing out Rails
   - client-side apps - our newest apps are all Angular.js talking to APIs
   - Service Oriented Architecture
   - hybrid infrastructure
   - Redis and Riak - masterless clusters is where we're heading
You will be working alongside the best in their field from Google Campus, less than 5 minutes walking distance from Old Street station.

For the best contractors, we are willing to pay £450 per day. All candidates are encouraged to get in touch with us on jobs.hn@howareyou.com

To Be (http://tobe.us) is a new way to collage the Internet with images, music, and video. Our users create everything from personalized notes and mixtapes to private sketchbooks, all using HTML5. To Be launched in Japan last month, but our team is in NYC (the East Village).

We have an amazing, expressive app built with Ember.js and Rails. It looks nothing like any web application you've worked on before. Get in touch if you don't believe us.

We need an experienced JavaScript developer (or Ruby developer eager to learn Ember) to help us launch To Be in the US. Ideally someone comfortable with JavaScript, Rails and Postgres. Someone to worry about browser paint speeds, and not to worry about old browser support. To optimize CSS transitions and HTTP responses, not to optimize cubicle space. To move our tested, object-oriented codebase forward.

Come work with us, and push the limits of what browsers and the web can be. Email hello@tobe.us with the words “Interested Developer” in the subject and a link to code you are proud of in the body. You can also learn more at: http://tobe.us/developer

This is a full-time salaried position in New York City, with the opportunity for equity and leadership in a young company.

h1b/green card ?

I'm just chiming in to say we're always hiring. Some of our best team members have come from HN.


One thing that is interesting with these "always hiring" shops - Do you have a high turnover or do you constantly extend the office space?

We don't have high turnover. We're in a rapidly expanding field (demand far outstrips supply in software security), and we're selective, by which I mean we could grow a lot faster than we have over the last 8 years if we elected not to hold quality constant.

It typically means they're always willing to hire, provided the fit is right.

The specific technical answer in our case is: if we have a headcount cap, I don't know what it is.

AMA Capital -- Palo Alto, CA. Full time. H1B okay.

AMA Capital trades billions of dollars per day in the currency markets.

We are all engineers, and we all do a little bit of everything. We design and implement our own trading strategies and infrastructure, down to the networking code that ties us in to financial markets. We are a very small team (I am the only employee) and are looking to add one or two engineers who will focus on strategy or on infrastructure.

No experience or specific knowledge of finance is required. However, you do need to be at least interested in financial markets and to be able to implement your strategies carefully in C++.

An example of a project that a member of our infrastructure team could work on is a system for logging to non-volatile memory. We generate large logs that cover everything from prices to transaction data. NVDIMMs are a form of RAM that survives power loss. Hardware like this has been on the horizon for a while, but it is just now becoming available to early adopters. Writes to NVDIMMs will be nearly instantaneous and immediately durable. This project will be to develop an NVDIMM-based system that simultaneously functions as a log, an IPC mechanism, and a searchable database for analysis. Making this work will involve a number of pieces: kernel drivers, CPU cache control, lock-free synchronization, a daemon to write everything back to long-term (i.e. less expensive) storage, and more. If this works well, we plan to open-source all the pieces.

For more details go to http://amacapital.net/careers.html

Still haven't decided about REMOTE? I mean, you're looking for those `one or two engineers` for a couple of years now.

We're a small team, and we prefer that everyone be in the same place most of the time.

Netflix - Fulltime in Los Gatos, CA

We have a ton of positions open, but I'm looking for one in particular. I'm hoping HN can help me come up with a good title for the position (We've been calling it Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) but the more people we talk to the more it sounds like that isn't quite right). The job is:

1/3 of the time you'll be either the call leader for an outage situation or following up on a previous outage to determine root cause and what can be done to prevent that class of failure in the future.

1/3 of the you'll be working with teams throughout the company evangelizing best practices for reliability, scalability and distributed computing, such as helping them figure out caching strategies or how to use queues more effectively or avoiding global locks.

The last 1/3 of your time will be spent coding (mostly in Python) writing tools that help maintain the reliability of Netflix. Some tools we have written are an intelligent alert routing gateway, and tool to keep track or changes throughout the AWS environment, and simple tools like one that keeps track of EIP assignments or collects tcpdumps to send to Amazon.

So HN, what do you think the title of this role should be? Also, I didn't include the work DevOps in the description because it feels overused, but do you think it should be in there?

"Outage Prevention Engineer/Manager/Director" sort of a cross between Clint Eastwood and Mr Spock :) - "site reliability" sort of minimizes the intense and adrenaline fueled hacking and debugging when "Bad Things(tm)" are happening, plus the authority to "encourage" changes.

Sounds just like Google SREs. So seems to be a good fit yet.

Interesting. We interviewed a Google SRE and he said that what I described was nothing like the job he was doing. I think one big difference is that at Netflix the SRE doesn't block deployments or roll them back. We leave that up to the teams.

"Neutered SRE", then. ;)

Or, "Reliability Ombudsman".

> "Neutered SRE", then. ;)

Hah! More like "respectful of the ability of our coworkers"

> Or, "Reliability Ombudsman".

I like this one. Might just use it.

I can appreciate "respect". Just don't fire the poor SOB when the service goes down because the people he works with ignored his warnings.

Segment.io, San Francisco (YC)

Segment.io is a web analytics API. We let web companies install analytics once, and then send their data anywhere they need it with the flip of a switch.

Our libraries all are all open source, including analytics.js (https://github.com/segmentio/analytics.js), server-side languages, iOS and Android... we launched in January and now process over a billion API calls a month for thousands of websites.

Segment.io has four founders. Calvin and Ilya studied CS at MIT, Ian studied Graphic Design at RISD, and Peter studied Aerospace Engineering at MIT.

We're hiring our first employee, and our bar is going to be extremely high. We're looking for a full stack javascript programmer, with experience with node.js and backbone. You almost certainly know another language like Clojure or Python. Your responsibilities would include:

+ Becoming a core maintainer of https://github.com/segmentio/analytics.js, which runs on tens of millions of computers every month, growing fast.

+ Building the Segment.io app where users manage their analytics services and data. We use component, d3.js, socket.io, and node.js.

Shoot us an email if you're interested!



-- Winnow Solutions -- London, UK

Seeking lead developer and co-founder for sustainability startup

We are funded for the next 18 months to launch a product that is unique to the UK, but has been proven in other markets. The founders have experience in successfully building and exiting startups. We have a mix of technical and business experience. However, we need one more technical co-founder to help us as we iterate on a prototype product to develop something that is ready for commercial trade.

Compensation will be in a mix of salary and equity with options to define the mix based on your financial needs. Given the scope of work, you will need to be comfortable with full-stack web development, have some java/android experience, and be able to work closely with our pilot customer.


   - Excellent communication and gravitas to come across as a leader 
     of the technical business
   - Ability to think creatively and problem solve solutions on site with clients
   - Java and Android development experience
   - Full Stack Web development experience (front and back-end)
   - Solid understanding of SQL database design and implementation
   - Based in London
If interested email hnproject2013 AT gmail DOT com and I'll put you in touch with the CEO

Blue Apron (Brooklyn, NY): Rails Developer

Blue Apron (http://www.blueapron.com) is an NY start-up that delivers everything you need to make fresh meals. We've raised $3M from First Round Capital, Bessemer Venture Partners, and Dave Tisch [1] and have been featured in the New York Times [2].

We've been growing rapidly since our launch last August, are producing revenue and shipping more than 15,000 meals every week. We're looking to add a second developer to our (currently) small core team.

We're seeking a full stack web developer who believes in our mission of changing the way people eat and wants to work closely with our founding team. This person will:

- Solve unique UI, scheduling, and logistics challenges that impact our customers on a daily basis

- Help evaluate, prioritize, design and build new features

- Make key platform decisions and be comfortable jumping into and evaluating new technologies

Our stack: Rails, HAML, Bootstrap, SASS, JQuery, AJAX, Git, Heroku, PostgreSQL

The role comes with a full-time salary and equity. To apply, please submit your resume, and a short email outlining your experience and why you are interested to jobs@blueapron.com.

[1] http://allthingsd.com/20130219/blue-apron-rounds-up-3-millio...

[2] http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/13/dining/the-dinner-kit-is-s...

Improbable worlds is a privately funded London based start up working on a transformative new underlying technology for online games.

The team here is made up of some incredible young computer scientists from the best academic institutions, hedge funds and software houses in the country. We work primarily in Scala and C# on challenging greenfield problems in areas as distinct as distributed systems and procedural generation. The underlying technology is extremely exciting and the hope is that we can do certain things previously considered completely impossible in online experiences. We are also in talks with AAA games talent from well known titles, with the intention of building a game on top of our tech.

As a working environment we offer a few golden principles that you might find very refreshing:

Logic and careful thinking always trump seniority. Code quality matters just as much as productivity and much of the work here is challenging stuff nobody else has done before. Despite working on core tech, we get to build fun things! Working games and prototypes that stretch our platform and give core developers a chance to work with their own APIS. You even get to build cool stuff in the interview :) ( Past candidates have created working train systems, pokemon clones, physical simulations….)

We are still somewhat in stealth mode but are happy to provide more details during the process. If you are not uncomfortable with an exceptionally challenging interview process, keen to work on hard problems in a flat, peer led team, then please email Recruitment@improbableworlds.net.

Also we are currently based in a mansion with a pool…. Happy to relocate good candidates from overseas.

New York, NY: Classic Specs

We are a startup which designs eyewear in Brooklyn, NY. We sell affordable frames ($89, frames+lenses). Our bigger business, however, is designing eyewear for fashion brands. We have a number of exciting brands in the pipeline and are growing our team. If you are interested in fashion - and using technology to innovate in that space - then send me a note!

Our team is small, so we wear many hats. Our site is in Python+Flask, with some PHP. On the backend, we've written tools to manage customers' eyewear prescriptions, manage orders and inventory with our lens laboratory, and give our employees great tools for taking care of customers.

We're also looking for UX developers and designers who can understand a brand's aesthetic and create an eyewear website based around that. This will entail everything from a responsive website to, for graphic designers, print collateral that goes in the packages we ship to customers.

I am the first engineering hire, so you'd be an early employee on the team. We want folks who can help out on backend infrastructure tasks and help us grow as we take on new brands.

If this sounds interesting, email me! jay[[at]]classicspecs.com

Is it REMOTE, or do you sponsor H1B, is the corresponding sort of candidate welcome?


New York, NY or Remote - Full-stack engineers, Cocoa engineers, and DevOps

We're scaling up LayerVault and are hiring engineers. We bill ourselves as simple version control for designers. Designers are living in the dark ages and we're here to help. You'll be one of the first ten employees. We are six at the moment.

We also run the shamelessly inspired Designer News site.

If you're interested, shoot me an email and we'll take it from there: kelly@layervault.com

CircleCI (https://circleci.com/jobs) - SF or REMOTE fulltime (in the US)

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

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. SF-local employees have catered lunch every day.

- Frontend Engineer - You'll work on improving our customer's experience. Our frontend is a single page javascript app, using HamlCoffee, Less and Knockout. Its a lot of fun to work on, but also needs a lot of work. We have a lot of impressive features that our users need, everything from better visualizations of deployment, to responsive features that work well on mobile, so you'll be a really important part of the team.

Check out our shiny jobs page at https://circleci.com/jobs. Include samples of awesome stuff you've done.

Just wanted to tell you about a utility made for Online Interviews of Developers. CodeBunk (http://codebunk.com).

CodeBunk is a Collaborative Editor with Compiler/Interpreter for Python, Ruby, PHP, Lua, Javascript, C/C++ and Video Chat.

So if you are hiring developers of any of these languages, do checkout http://codebunk.com

London, UK - full-time. https://www.arachnys.com

Arachnys is a London-based, pre-Series A startup that aims to solve the problem of finding relevant, accurate business information in emerging markets. Our product gives even small companies the reach of a global intelligence platform, allowing them to find and understand business data even in challenging environments like the Middle East or Latin America, regardless of language, format or source.

We already have meaningful revenues, selling predominantly to enterprises who need to understand more about their counterparties, customers and distributors globally. Our customers range from vast multinationals to small private intelligence outfits.

We are looking for at least two developers to help us accelerate work on the myriad hard problems that we are solving. Currently we are a team of eight - with four engineers - so you would have a huge opportunity to shape the technological future of the company.

Startup atmosphere, real salary, flexible working hours and quality equipment provided.

We are a Python shop so expertise in that (and, inevitably, JavaScript) is a strong advantage (Django is our framework of choice). We have a number of different application components, including multiple distributed applications, so experience orchestrating large numbers of machines with tools like Chef or even Fabric would help. Above all though we want smart, multitalented people who can think for themselves and take pride in their work.

Willing to consider remote applicants only if they can commit to at least 1-2 days/week in London in a normal week.

To apply: email founders@arachnys.com to introduce yourself and your Github profile (or some other code you've authored or contributed to).


Makers Academy is an intensive, full-time course teaching the basics of web development using Ruby (http://www.makersacademy.com/). Many people believe that it's impossible to learn the basics of web development in just ten weeks but you'd be surprised to know how much a hard-working student can achieve in those 10 weeks :)

We started Makers Academy to do two things: help tech companies hire technical talent and to help people switch careers (being a Ruby dev is awesome!). We are a young VC-backed startup looking to change the way developers are taught.

I'm looking for instructors to help people switch careers into web development. It's a full-time job that involves lots of pairing with less experienced developers. If you make someone really understand how inject() works, it counts as a day well spent :)

We're also looking for guest speakers. If you'd like to share your experience with our students by giving a one-off Ruby-related talk, drop me a line, I'll buy you a lunch.

Email me at evgeny@makersacademy.com.

San Francisco, CA. H1B welcome.

Welcome to ShangRolla, AdRoll's 29k ft warehouse in downtown SF. AdRoll's engineers are conquering problems in big data (HBase), machine learning (Mahout), real-time processing (Erlang/Storm/Kafka) and UX (Backbone). We're looking for smart, hungry folks across the board.

* In recent weeks, we were named the "Best Place To Work" in SF (mid-sized tech). http://blog.adroll.com/best-places-to-work-sf-biz-times

* Our tech stack was featured on the Amazon's AWS blog a few weeks back: http://aws.typepad.com/aws/2013/04/real-time-ad-impression-b....

* We were recently ranked the fasting growing private company in California by Inc magazine: http://www.inc.com/profile/adroll

Email us at jobs.engineers@adroll.com or visit http://www.adroll.com/about/careers.

I joined AdRoll just over three months ago and it's been great. Great, smart team with a lot of energy. No ego, no bullshit and good company values.

A+++++ would get hired again.

Synaptive Medical - Full time in Toronto.

Newly formed Medical device start up in Toronto, young and growing quickly. We're building equipment and applications for neurosurgical procedures.

It's a great group of engineers with a lot of energy and applications we all believe in.

Current looking for people in many roles, such as:

   - Software development
   - Software test
   - Scientific software development
   - Embedded systems
   - Mechatronics
   - Optomechanical
   - Systems
   - User interface
Highly relevant areas of experience for various roles:

   - Medical device industry
   - Medical imaging
   - MRI and MRI physics
   - Spectroscopy and endoscopy
   - Data converters (ADC/DAC)
   - FPGA
   - High performance interconnects
   - Realtime systems
   - Data streaming
   - Signal processing (image and/or video)
   - Neuroanatomy
   - Surgical suite equipment
   - Standards: ISO 13485, IEC 60601, ISO 14971, IEC 62304
Posting and application details at: synaptivemedical.com

(or contact me: simon at the same domain.)

Does canada have the equivalent of H1B/Green card for work sponsorship? What do you think of that?

Wow... this is my dream job... it's a shame I just accepted an offer :( Best of luck!

Mountain View, CA - full-time and intern, designers and devs

Khan Academy's mission is to provide a free world-class education for anyone anywhere.

Over 1 billion math problems have been done on our site and 2 million more are done each day. Here's some stuff we've been working on lately:

* creating adaptive assessments to accurately measure student knowledge

* running new A/B tests every week to learn how best to teach students and grow our userbase

* building infrastructure to allow us to scale up our content creation efforts

* internationalizing our entire website to enable pilot implementations in Mexico and Brazil

If any of this might sound interesting to you, we'd love to hear from you. We're hiring designers and all types of devs -- mobile, frontend, backend, analytics. Unfortunately, we've got a full class of interns for this summer already, but we welcome interns all year round.

We're just at the tip of the iceberg in terms of what's possible here. Big plans ahead.

Your job posting mentions "Authorization to work in the US". Would Khan Academy consider sponsoring a candidate for a H1-B, or E3 visa for qualified candidates?

London, UK. The Guardian. Software Engineer.

We're hiring :)

Come hack the news.

The Guardian are predominantly a Scala shop but use anything that does the job. We're into that whole agile thing, so expect a minimum of bureaucracy.

My team works on The Guardian's Content Platform, the central infrastructure that enables virtually everything we do here. The Content API holds a datastore of Guardian content from the 90's to the present day and serves about twenty million requests for it every day. It powers large chunks of our desktop site, as well as the entire mobile site, our Android/iPhone/iPad/Kindle apps, our syndication business and a heap of lucrative partnerships. We're also the ones best placed to be looking at non-traditional revenue streams – how do we generate value from our content except through our own ad-support properties?

We have hard problems to solve. We offer a competitive salary. And, it being The Guardian, health insurance and a good pension come as standard.

Ping cantlin at guardian.co.uk if you want to grab a coffee.

Denver, CO, USA - FullContact (http://www.fullcontact.com)

We're solving the world’s contact information problem. As we like to say, "If you've got an address book, you've got an address book problem." Most people have duplicate contacts, partial records, and out of date records . . . and they're scattered everywhere! It's a mess.

We are looking for super talented developers to join our team. We consider relocation but the final goal is to join our team full time in Denver.

-Senior Java Engineer

-QA/Automation Engineer

-Full Stack Web Developer

Our tech stack consists of JVM languages - java-Groovy-Scala/HBase/MySQL/Hadoop/Storm/amazon AWS/Elastic Search

And of course all of this comes with PAID PAID vacation : http://www.fullcontact.com/blog/paid-paid-vacation/

check out http://fullcontact.theresumator.com/apply/ or send me an email at jobs+hn %at% fullcontact.com

York, United Kingdom - Bytemark Hosting are looking for two people:

Sales Director (http://www.bytemark.co.uk/sales_director - £60000)

Head Of External Communications (http://www.bytemark.co.uk/external_comms - £25000-40000)

Both of whom will help us launch BigV (http://bigv.io/) into the hosting marketplace as well as driving managed sales.

We're a 10-year old UK nerd hosting company that's just built its own data centre (http://blog.bytemark.co.uk/). We like to build and program everything ourselves.

We will likely be hiring programmers and sysadmins later in the year, but I'd be especially interested to hear from people with technical expertise who'd consider putting their experience towards these roles. In our company that'd be very valuable.

Happy to answer any questions here.

San Francisco, CA (full-time, H1B welcome)

MindSnacks - http://www.mindsnacks.com/


We build wonderful educational games in San Francisco. If you are nice and want to help us make splendid products, we'd love to hear from you.

Voted Educational App of the Year by Apple. Funded by Sequoia Capital.

We're hiring in lots of areas! Here are a few:


* Android UI Engineer - http://mindsnacks.theresumator.com/apply/35CRVW/Android-Engi...

* Game Designer - http://mindsnacks.theresumator.com/apply/19JX7q/Game-Designe...


To apply, visit http://www.mindsnacks.com/careers For more info, email us at jobs@mindsnacks.com

EventMobi - Toronto, Canada - Full-Stack Software Engineers


EventMobi is an app building platform that allows event planners to create engaging apps for their event or conference in only a few minutes. We’re based in Toronto and are committed to using the mobile revolution to completely transform the events industry.

Our apps allow event planners to distribute content to their attendees, keep them engaged with the event, and help them learn and network with other attendees. EventMobi apps have been used at over 1500 events, 2 Million users, and are served for events in 15 languages across 5 continents.

We’re not your typical startup, we’re completely self-funded and yet with no outside capital we’re massively profitable and on an incredible growth path with companies like Intel, Disney and the Olympics IOC using us for their mobile event app needs.

We embraced HTML5, cloud architecture and cross-platform mobile web apps before any of them were fancy buzz words! Come and join Toronto’s fastest growing self-funded tech start-up and be part of something amazing.


We're looking for a Full-Stack Software Engineer to join our team and help build out the platform we need to innovate this space. This is a very fast-paced role, and we need energetic individuals that can build large-scale SaaS systems, as well as care about UX and be involved with the end consumer facing product. This is a great career opportunity to grow with a young startup, get your hands dirty in all aspect of cloud services, mobile and web development and help with every aspect of a startups technology infrastructure.

Experience with the following would be helpful: - JS frameworks (we use Angular and Backbone) - Python / Flask - MySQL / Redis / MongoDB

If you would like to chat further about the details feel free to email me at bijan@eventmobi.com

Company: TheLadders (http://www.theladders.com)

Location: New York, New York

Position: Full-time on-site software engineer (H-1B negotiable)

We are looking for great software engineers to help us find the right jobs for the right people. Our current engineering projects are based on JavaScript, Java, Scala, MySQL, and iOS, so if you have experience in any of these areas then we would really like to talk to you. We are also doing things with Storm, Elastic Search, Scala, Erlang, Couchbase, and Riemann, so if these things tickle your fancy please get in touch. And finally, if you're interested in building software the right way and you want to work with a group of smart engineers who will help you learn and grow then by all means send me an email.

As an engineer you will help us tackle big technical problems. We have over one million users and thousands of jobs, with historical data going back nearly a decade. In order to provide our users with an experience that they are willing to pay for, we need to build smart scalable solutions. You will be at the heart of this, designing and building these solutions using your skills and the best available technologie s.

We are committed to taking care of our engineers. We offer competitive pay, comprehensive benefits, and unlimited vacations. We also want to help our engineers grow. Inside the office you'll see this in things like our onboarding process (http://dev.theladders.com/2013/03/theladders-on-boarding-a-r...), code reviews, technical discussions, and our developer blog (http://dev.theladders.com). Outside of the office it will take the form of conferences and training programs, paid for by the company.

If you would like to learn more, please send me an email at aturley@theladders.com.

As someone who just visited their offices this week and met the crew, I want to say that I loved what I saw.

They convinced me to want to move up to NYC!

San Francisco - Financial District, Full Time/Contract, Relocation Available

Causes.com is looking for great software engineers to join our growing team. Design, build and deliver innovative tools that inspire people to create social change from their corner of the world. You’ll give people the ability to support their beliefs, clean up political corruption and provide real-time relief to those in need. Engineers at Causes tend to be jack-of-all-trades, though we love people who have mastered a specific part of the stack, from front-end to back-end and all the data in between.

Responsibilities will include:

- Collaborating in small teams of 3-5 engineers as well as designers and project managers to rapidly develop compelling new features and maintain existing ones

- Rapid iteration of these features that keep in mind the user experience

- Working quickly and efficiently on Rails for a growing user base

Ideal candidates will have:

- Web development experience in a Linux environment

- Workflow flexibility and strong teamwork skills – we rotate teams every 3-6 months to keep ideas fresh and help engineers discover the parts of the product that interest them most

- The ability to also work independently, and communicate your work back to the team effectively

- Proficiency in Rails and Javascript (though our focus is on general talent that can adapt quickly – one of the core Django contributors is on our team)

- A knack for teaching what you know and learning what you don’t

- A passion for social activism; we want you to find fulfillment in your work

Bonus points for:

- A CS degree, though it’s not mandatory – we’re more interested in your general programming skills

- Any open sourced side projects that display your passion and prowess

Forgot to add - to apply, please email jobs@causes.com and use "HN" in the subject line.

SpaceList — Vancouver, BC — Full-time — http://spacelist.ca/engineering

SpaceList is the leading marketplace for commercial real estate in Canada. Finding office, retail and warehouse space is a painful process for businesses, and we have a unique opportunity to make their search faster, more accurate and more enjoyable.

We are a group of experienced entrepreneurs, real estate processionals, designers and engineers. We hire intelligent and humble people who are focused on doing great work that makes people happy. We work hard, and we have fun.

Each day we come up with new ways to make commercial real estate data more accessible, useful and actionable. At SpaceList the entire team is involved in strategy, contributing ideas and developing solutions.

-------- The Role --------

We are hiring an intermediate rails developer to build and ship great software. You will be working closely with a team of six that includes: a senior rails developer, a growth hacker, a data scientist, a marketing team & the founder.

---------- About You ----------

We don't want a short order cook, we want a chef.

You need to be able to put yourself in our users shoes, understand their issues, and design a solution that will make them happy. You must draw great insights from feedback and get your ideas across clearly & concisely. You are not afraid to roll up your sleeves and do what needs to get done... whether it is a quick bug fix or a customer support call. Above all else you are an excellent communicator & collaborator.

- BS CS/CE or equivalent experience

- Excellent writing skills

- Ruby on Rails, Rspec

- Html / css

- Javascript (Bonus: experience with backbone/meteor/angular)

- Postgres (Bonus: experience with mongo/redis)

- Unix

Cambridge, MA - CustomMade (http://www.custommade.com/) INTERN, REMOTE (possibly)

Full-time django / python dev, likely onsite, possible remote. Also looking for frontend guys who know backbone / jquery et al. Boilerplate here: http://www.custommade.com/careers/

We're a two-sided marketplace that does matchmaking between professional artisans / craftsmen and buyers. You post your dreams, we find someone to make it real. People come up with some crazy ideas like a custom made quidditch set / proposal ring: http://blog.custommade.com/portfolio/a-very-harry-potter-pro...

We're funded by Google Ventures and a ton of others: http://www.crunchbase.com/company/custommade-ventures So paying you well is not an issue.

We're right at the point where all the graphs are hockey-stick shaped and we're breaking our own records every week. Of course, with that comes scaling challenges. But it's all part of the fun.

We have a great team and a great environment that focuses on customers and product development. I get to collaborate with product / UX / support people day to day to build a product that meets a real business need, and makes everyone happy. But when I just need to bang out some code, people leave me alone. Work / life balance is great. Bureaucracy is at a minimum.

More about our stack / team here: http://engineering.custommade.com

You're a programmer who has pushed code to production innumerable times, and doesn't cringe at the prospect of collaborating with a team of non-techies every so often. You know the modern web stack well, and specialize in at least one part of it.

Get in touch with me at mali -at- custommade dotkom

Clarification: We are hiring fulltime people and ALSO interns, not just interns.

San Francisco - Software Engineer

Thumbtack is a new way to hire local services. We connect over 250,000 small businesses -- from DJs to French tutors to wedding photographers and general contractors -- with new customers every day. Our vision is to be Amazon for the service industry. We want to make it as easy to hire a service online as it is to order a book.

We work out of a beautiful loft office in SOMA. Our in-house chef and food culture were featured in Inc. magazine. We also brew beer and play ping pong, but mostly we work really hard to make a difference in the lives of our customers.

I'm chris at thumbtack if you're interested in learning more.

http://www.thumbtack.com/jobs has more

http://www.thumbtack.com/engineering is our blog

Do you do remote or sponsor H1B?

Los Angeles (Culver City) - REMOTE too.

Blayze is building the world's most powerful suite of video curation tools to create a better video sharing experience for content creators and consumers. Our hardworking team of creators and editors add context, humor and noteworthy information to the most popular and shareable video content on the web, creating an unmatched user experience.

We are looking for engineering folks (front or back-end) that are experienced with Ruby on Rails and/or JS frameworks like Angular and Backbone to lead the effort in creating some very interesting tools for content creators.

The kind of fun stuff you’ll be doing...

- Rapid development cycles in a predominantly ruby environment (also have some node.js, clojure/java on the way)

- Work on performance, resilience and scaling, tools for partners use, and ingestion of content from partners.

- Build a backend analytics platform, making architectural decisions and evaluating new technologies.

- Participate in the analysis, design, development, and testing of Web applications for consumer-facing web site.

- Develop new products and perform upgrades, enhancements or maintenance to existing products.

- Work and communicate effectively with cross-functional teams and clients as needed, including collaborating with team members or clients based internationally.

What you are on the hook for...

- Writing code.

- Analyzing data.

- Brainstorming new product ideas and directions.

- Learning, growing, and succeeding.


- We don't believe great engineers are defined by n-number years of experience.

- We do look for well-rounded individuals who have a track record of success.

Check out our consumer MVP - http://blayze.com

Send email to contact@blayze.com


London, UK. Full time lead web application developer.

Podaris is a funded startup that will change the way cities are designed. We're creating an online collaborative planning and design platform for next-generation Automated Transit Networks. Think TinkerCAD for future transport systems. Yes, there's a market for this: we've received our first seed investment and will soon receive more. I honestly don't think there's a more exciting use for Javascript on the planet.

I'm looking for a technical co-founder / CTO / lead developer. Job description and more can be found at http://www.podaris.com/

Unfortunately, as a startup, it is difficult for us to accommodate international relocations, so you must be an EU citizen or have a valid UK work permit.

It does look interesting from here in the traffic-hell of Los Angeles. Good luck.

Administrate (http://www.getadministrate.com/) Edinburgh, Scotland. Full Time. Remote work OK after initial "break in" period. We build online software for training companies that helps them run their entire operation.


We're looking for a full time developer from our fantastic offices at the Edinburgh Tech Cube (http://www.techcu.be) with spectacular views of Arthur's seat and the Meadows.

Remote work is fine after a "burn-in" period of a few months (we've got engineers happily working from Spain and Brazil at the moment) but we'd like to get to know you in person first!

Detailed job description can be found on our about page (http://www.getadministrate.com/about), look on the lower right.

We're using a combination of technologies:

- Crufty old PHP (being refactored), and newer PHP (Doctrine)

- All new development is being done with: Python, SQL Alchemy, Flask, and AngularJS using the Bootstrap UI framework

We're looking for smart people that get things done using the above techs, and who want to join a small company, have lots of responsibility, and work in a very challenging environment.


If you're debating sending us your CV, we've hired two top devs from these threads in the last 6 months, and we don't mind hiring people who have never completed university or don't look great "on paper".

We're growing really quickly, have a small team, a challenging product that's mission critical for our clients, and we're located in one of the most beautiful cities in the world with remote workers across the Central Belt of Scotland (and beyond).

If you're outside the EU, we can look into visa sponsorship in very special cases, but this can be a long and difficult process, particularly for the UK. Sorry. Email me if interested, my name is John: jjp@getadministrate.com

Since you're open to remote employment, I guess that "break in" period could be done with a tourist visa ;)

[and yes - you can pay after the person leaves and/or to the foreign bank account...]

No, you need a National Insurance Number to work, you need to have permission to work in the UK to be paid.

Is it generally hard to issue permission in UK, or this means that some particular company is not capable of doing it?

It's pretty difficult. There are only 20k slots released every year and you have to prove that nobody in the UK and then the greater EU can do the job.

I see, 20K is pretty low. But regarding proving - I guess you'll only need to prove only within those who applied to your particular job posting (in case you want to pick "outsider" over UK citizen).

And this procedure is a peace of cake for financial organizations/banks, as it seems.

I'm a UK citizen, so I have no idea how hard it is.

I can second the comments about Edinburgh I spent few months up there doing RAD and early web development for BT and its a great city.

Chewse (https://www.chewse.com/) - San Francisco, CA - Engineer

You like food, right? So do we. Chewse make sure great companies become greater... using food! We’re a small team with huge ambitions (recently graduated the 500 Startups program, raised $1M seed round) and we're bringing on our first key engineering hires.

We need someone brave enough to take on huge, meaty product initiatives, but also humble enough to get dirty with the grunt work. If it matters to you, we're using things like Python, Django, AngularJS, CoffeeScript, LESS, Redis, and Heroku.

Salary: $80-120k

Equity: 0.25-1.25%

Perks: Lots of food! (Among other things)

Yet more details: https://www.chewse.com/jobs/senior-engineer/

Seattle - Front-End Web Developer (Full-Time)

Full Circle (http://www.fullcircle.com/)


We are a small team of developers supporting a growing organic grocery delivery business. Originally started by a farmer right outside of Seattle, Full Circle now serves much of Washington, Idaho, Alaska, and we've more recently expanded to include the Bay Area.

Ordered from most important down to least -

You should be:

- super comfortable in HTML, CSS, and rudimentary javascript at the very least

- very familiar with jQuery, AJAX, and web dev tools like Firebug and/or Chrome Developer Tools

- familiar with Photoshop (or GIMP) as well as basic Wordpress usage

- comfortable using Git and a linux shell, e.g. bash

You would hopefully be:

- experienced with LESS, Handlebars.js, Backbone.js

If would be awesome if you were:

- familiar with Google Analytics

- capable in Ruby (Rails)

- experienced templating in PHP

Berlin, Germany; hardscore games

Build Games to WOW Hardcore Gamers on Mobile is our Mission

We are looking for a CTO to lead our 3 high skill game coders

We are currently building a 3D Turn-Based Strategy Game with Spaceships! Game Mechanics are comparable to Hearthstone (but we had the idea way before them! :)

You - Outstanding Technical Lead - Strong Experience in building a (Game) Backend (Mobile Multiplayer) - Gamer

You get - Significant Equity - Fair Salary - Fantastic office space with 120square meter roof terrace - Lots of table tennis ! :)

We - Funded Startup - 6 People (2 Artists, 3 Coder, 1 Biz) - Berlin (startup hub of europe, fantastic atmosphere, super cheap, very international, fantastic transportation, very green city)


REMOTE or onsite in Monroe MI

Sr. DevOps Engineer

MNX Solutions is a server monitoring and management company, with a focus on Linux based systems.

We are a growing team of expert Linux admins and are looking to bring on our next team member (#7). We work on exciting projects including AWS, high availability, performance tuning, backup design, hacked systems, physical server deployment at colo’s around the US, disaster recovery, working with development teams to design highly scalable architectures, and much more.

Send an email to hr@mnxsolutions.com introducing yourself, and we'll schedule a time to talk in the next few days.

http://www.mnxsolutions.com/jobs for additional detail.

Security Brigade - Mumbai, India

We're looking for talented Application Security Consultants who will be responsible for security assessments and penetration testing of application and enterprise environments as well as security research and development of security tools, processes and testing methodologies.

More details can be found at: http://www.securitybrigade.com/careers/security-consultant-j...

To apply for the job, take our quiz at: http://www.securitybrigade.com/careers/apply-for-security-co...

San Francisco, CA: Chute (www.getchute.com/jobs)

We're looking for a front end lead, and a senior backend developer. Our stack is mostly Rails, with a few services written in Node on the backend. Ideal candidate also has some Scala experience as we're starting to look into that direction to replace some of the Node components we have.

Our frontend is being rebuilt using Backbone.js and Marionette.js. Ideally, we'd love someone with experience using these tools (or similar) who also has some familiarity on the backend. You should be just as happy writing code as code reviewing and mentoring other developers.

You can email me directly at ctide at getchute dot com for more info on these roles.

Streak - San Francisco, CA

We need all kinds of devs - front end, backend, iOS, Android.


Bellevue, WA - ArenaNet

ArenaNet is the video game developer behind Guild Wars and Guild Wars 2.

We're looking for intelligent software engineers to join our Server Programming Team. You might be more familiar with the phrase "platform engineer" or "backend developer." Whatever you want to call it, we build distributed services in C++ that scale to hundreds of thousands of concurrent users across hundreds of servers in mulitple datacenters. Also, our game is pretty cool.

If you're interested, e-mail cmFtc2V5QGFyZW5hLm5ldA== or check out http://www.arena.net/ (we're hiring for other development positions, too!)

Ram* (won't spoil your filter), REMOTE possible for client/desktop C++ programmers?

Propeller (http://usepropeller.com/) - San Francisco, CA - Full time.

We're building the next generation of native mobile app creation. We dabble in iOS (RubyMotion/Objective-C), Android (Java), JavaScript (Backbone), and Rails, and are solving Really Tough problems across the board.

We also do tons of open source work (https://github.com/usepropeller), and we're anxious to share even more of the tech we build with the community.

If what we're up to sounds interesting and you want to know more, shoot me a message at clay at usepropeller.com

SmarterCookie - San Francisco - Full stack engineer

SmarterCookie (http://www.beasmartercookie.com) empowers K-12 teachers with the support and feedback they need to be the best teachers they can be. We're a small team solving the most important problem in education: teacher effectiveness.

We were part of ImagineK12's summer 2012 cohort, we have revenue, and most importantly, teachers love us.

We're hiring a full-stack developer (Python/Django) to be our first employee/second engineer and help us in this mission. If improving education excites you, we'd love to chat: jobs@beasmartercookie.com

Do.com • San Francisco • Full Stack Developers

Do.com is seeking generalist developers who are comfortable hacking on both the front and back end. We are a small team (8 developers, 14 people total) all with the common goal of connecting people and data to get work done. No bureacracy, no cumbersome development process. Just smart people collaborating to make the friendliest, most polished application possible. We place a lot of trust in our team and we're looking for outstanding individuals to help us grow.


Do is awesome. Long time user and the recent improvements are nice. Could you tell us about the technology stack? Ruby backend & backbone front?

Thanks for the compliment! Rails backend, CoffeeScript / Backbone / Handlebars frontend, Postgres, Redis, Faye (for push messages). Sidekiq and Puma for multithreading. Hosted on Heroku. We've also got native iOS and Android apps.

NeoSmart Technologies (http://noesmart.net) REMOTE

Looking for someone to do fulltime email/phone outreach/evangelism with blogs, forums, tutorial websites, etc. We want people to try out our PC recovery software, blog about it, host giveaways, etc. If you're love talking with people, reaching out to prominent members of the community, and building up a web reputation for a kickass product that solves some really important problems, this job is for you.

Part-time/full-time is flexible. Preferred to be in the US/Canada.

You can email me directly at mqudsi@neosmart.net

Heads up, your initial URL is incorrect because of a typo.

Vancouver, BC, Canada - UX designer and server engineer (contract and full time)

Hey everyone, first post on HN!

We're RocketChicken Interactive, a start-up mobile game company in Vancouver, BC (well, technically our office is just across the road in Burnaby...) and we're working at lightspeed to develop a prototype for a follow up to CodeRunner, an alternate reality iOS game that we built in our spare time and released late in 2011. It got us noticed and got us some funding, so now the chips are down and we have to prove we can do it again!

Our biggest need in the short term is a UX designer with strong graphic design skills to help us shape the look and feel of CodeRunner:2. You will have an amazing amount of influence over the visual style and user experience. We really need someone who can take a project from vision to reality in a short amount of time, and who has a proven track record of working closely with a team in a highly collaborative environment. In the early stages we will need someone who can be on site most of the time. This role will start as a contract with the potential to work into a full-time position. You can find the original job posting here:


In the more medium term, we need to find a server engineer who has a lot of experience with web services and scalable database systems. Ideally you'll be well-versed in both SQL and NoSQL solutions and can help us assess our requirements to identify the best solution. This game is going to rely heavily on a pretty sophisticated server back-end, so you'll be right in the middle of building what we think is going to be the coolest mobile game ever. ;) This is a full-time position:


And if you're not interested in these positions, but want to see what CodeRunner is all about, check out the web site here:




Washington, DC, New York, or Remote.

Vox Media is a technology-driven media company and the publisher of The Verge, Polygon, and SB Nation. Do you care about the future of journalism? We're working hard to solve the problem of scaling and sustaining high-value journalism & storytelling. We're hiring engineers to hack on Chorus, our publishing platform (built on Ruby & Rails, among other tech).

Our open positions:

* Full-Stack Software Engineer: http://jobs.voxmedia.com/apply/3xVXv8/Software-Engineer.html

* Front-End Engineer: http://jobs.voxmedia.com/apply/z72Cnq/FrontEnd-Engineer-Ad-P...

More about Vox:

* Read about our team and projects at our product team blog: http://product.voxmedia.com/post/25113965826/introducing-syl...

* Episode 2 of Press Reset, the documentary our video studio made about the development of Polygon, our gaming site (good behind the scenes footage of what it's like to work on our product team): http://www.polygon.com/gaming/2012/9/5/3293687/press-reset-e...

* Video from Vax, our recent hack week where the Vox product team flew to Austin, took over the 20th floor of a downtown building, and made a bunch of neat things: http://product.voxmedia.com/post/44715740828/vax-13-document...

* Photos of our new HQ in DC: http://www.flickr.com/photos/clockwerks/sets/721576334439387...

Vox was named Publisher of the Year by Digiday last March. Our investors include Accel Partners, Comcast Interactive Capital, Khosla Ventures, and Allen & Company. Together our properties have a monthly audience of over 30 million.

Tel Aviv, Israel.

We're a profitable Ruby shop that try to make online payments easier.

Current openings:

* A full-stack web developer or experienced engineers who'd like to learn Ruby and other technologies like:

* A Devops engineer to help drive our Chef Organization.

The team has an enjoyable and collaborative culture, we do pair-programming all the time, we emphasize good communication, great engineering, automating ALL the things and make sure that developers proactively learn new technologies at work time.

Local based engineers only, relocation from Europe / North America is possible, we'll help with all the arrangements.

Drop me a line at almog.tunel@gmail.com

Location: New York, Austin, Remote - Full Time

Position: Full Stack Rails, Front End Mobile Web, and Google Adwords/Analytics Engineers

Sport195 - Empowering and connecting people globally through sport.

About Us:

At Sport195, we are making a difference to the world and we need talented people to help us get there. We are a well funded startup with many partnerships globally. Our salaries and benefits are competitive and our culture is get it done and have fun while doing it! We are looking for talented and motivated individuals to not only get the job done but be part of a company that is changing the world.


Derek Blaquiere


(212) 392-4940

San Francisco, CA. Relocation Assistance Provided (within US).

Looking for a Data Scientist/Backend Python Engineer to analyze security data and develop new machine learning models and support the Tornado/Redis/MongoDB/MySQL stack. Will work with data created using http://www.mykonossoftware.com/about-us.php

  - Above all: interest in statistics, coding and security
  - Strong Python coding skills, understanding of Java and C.
  - Understanding of and experience using common data structures i.e. trees (heaps, binary trees, tries, etc), Bloom filters, arrays, linked lists.
  - Understanding of and experience using common statistical techniques: generalized linear models, PCA, and basic statistics (Fisher's exact test, Binomial test, t-tests etc)
  - Experience with implementing algorithms from academic papers
  - Experience with at least one machine learning package e.g. Mahout, Scikit-learn
You get:

  - Very competitive compensation.
  - SoMA (close to downtown) location.
  - Work with a great small team with smart people who look forward to coming to work every day.
  - Excellent benefits package.
  - Free Macbook Pro and any work-related software.
  - Flexible working hours.
Please send email to roman dot sinayev @at GmAil <dot> com and please include code sample/github acct and a resume.

Boise, Idaho. Relocation assistance provided. Might consider remote for the right candidate.

Looking for a solid HTML5 game developer, preferably with Haxe experience. iOS, Android, Unity 3D, Flash, Javascript experience are also major bonuses.

We are an interactive agency that focuses mostly on games and interactive educational experiences for kids. We are team of 16 and we have some pretty awesome clients as well as some pretty fun internal projects. Please send samples of your work and relevant work experience to the email in my profile.

Seville, Spain. BitNami (YC W13) Full time System Administrator

We are looking for a full time sysadmin for our southern Spain office. Ideally looking for somebody onsite, but will consider remote applications. We are the #1 provider of apps for Amazon, Azure and VMWare-based clouds, growing at a rapid pace . We are engineering-driven and full of smart, hard-working people.


Limelight Networks, Seattle, WA or San Francisco, CA

Do you want to work with the team that created an application named by O’Reilly as one of the "Top 50 Most Usable Rich Internet Application"? If you do, this job is for you.

We are looking for a client-side developer who is passionate about every pixel, every screen, every user interaction to continue to extend Limelight’s Video Platform Solution’s product offering. You must have a passion for learning the latest technologies and thrive in a fast-paced and exciting environment.

Limelight Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq: LLNW) is the content delivery partner for thousands of entertainment, technology, enterprise, and government entities around the globe. Our customers include some of the greatest companies in the world: Netflix, HBO, Amazon, Pokemon and thousands more. If you have ever watched video or read a web page on the Internet, chances are that they were delivered using Limelight technology.

Our team began as a start-up in Pioneer Square here in Seattle, and were acquired in 2010. The acquisition has gone well, with no turnover in the development team as a result, and we are growing our team. We still like to keep the office as informal and start-uppy feeling as legally possible. Pretty much as long as you wear clothes, can handle inflatable palm trees and out-of-season holiday decorations, and can put on your professional face when needed, you'll be fine.

Berlin, Germany

Looking for Ruby developers and Product Managers with a tech background. For the latter, experience as a Product Manager is a plus but more important is that you are passionate about conceptualizing great products.

Our company is helping to monetize mobile&online games, we get a couple million users per day (growing fast).

We have a friendly environment, flexible work hours, requirement to work on-site but not all the time, very international team - only a minority of our employees is German. Will help with relocation, German language course and work permit as necessary, this has become very easy. More info here: http://www.sponsorpay.com/careers/jobs/

Product Manager job posting: http://www.jobscore.com/jobs/sponsorpay/technical-product-ma...

Ruby developer job posting: http://www.jobscore.com/jobs/sponsorpay/ruby-on-rails-develo...

Senior Ruby devleoper job posting: http://www.jobscore.com/jobs/sponsorpay/senior-ruby-on-rails...

Cambridge, MA - permanent, full-time (http://www.pillpack.com)

PillPack is reinventing pharmacy.

We're hiring engineers and designers.

Whether you love hacking data, structuring the architecture of applications, working in mobile, or focusing on front-end and design, we have interesting problems for everyone.

Our mission is to build the next generation of a technology enabled healthcare service and its going to take machine learning experts, hackers, and front-end fanatics to do it.

Email us at jobs@pillpack.com if you are interested.

London, UK: Talented Android Developer

Touchnote is the world's most popular postcard-sending service (http://www.touchnote.com). Our Android Mobile Application Developer will create high profile mobile applications such as Tochnote Postcards (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.touchnote....) in a fast-paced working environment. We have small but talented development team where your contribution counts and your voice is heard, so you have a perfect chance to realise all your awazing ideas and grow professionally.

This role is for applicants in the UK only.

Essential skills: - Strong familiarity with OOP, data structures/algorithms and design patterns. - Proven experience of at least 2 years of end-to-end Android development from conceptualisation through to successful launch of an application in Google Play. - Ability to develop UI-rich applications with strong user experience awareness and optimization. - Strong attention to details, organisation and time management skills. - Strong understanding of the latest features and development best practices for Android, including features in the latest SDKs, resource optimisation techniques and social network integration (e.g. Facebook or Google+) - Fluent English

In return you get amazing team members and challenging tasks. Well,and Friday beers are on us.

If you're interested - please drop me an email to alex@touchnote.com

St Thomas, US Virgin Islands (a startup in paradise!) Full-stack Engineer; Full-time US Citizen.

Kinsail builds innovative solutions that streamline interactions between government and citizens. We create powerful tools that enable efficient management of government processes, while reducing both costs and risks. Our dedicated team pioneers a unique blend of state-of-the-art online, onsite, mobile, and automated technology solutions that vastly improve local, state, and national government operations and customer service.

Kinsail solves clients needs from complex permitting transactions and certification programs to high volume and high visibility ticket sales and entrance fee collection activities. Our clients include the USDA Forest Service, US Fish and Wildlife Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the Department of the Interior, the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Internal Revenue Service, and the states of California and Washington.

* We prioritize security throughout all that we do * We operate and maintain our own hardware in a unique architecture designed for scalability and redundancy * Our database is SQL Server, using both T-SQL and C# CLRs * Our application and web services layers use a combination of C#, ASP.NET, and ASP * Our web-based user interfaces use HTML, CSS, JavaScript, AJAX, and Knockout.JS * Our mobile apps are built on iOS and Android * We use Habari for managing content * Will you help decide the future of our technology stack?


San Francisco, CA - full-time JavaScript devs

Zaption (www.zaption.com) makes hybrid learning easy. We're a web platform to help teachers create interactive video lessons.

We just raised seed funding and we're hiring for our first employees! If you're interested in education, a master of JavaScript (we run a Node/Mongo stack), and want to take on a big role in a small company, this is right up your alley.

Learn more at http://www.zaption.com/jobs and apply by emailing jobs@zaption.com

Fanforce - Atlanta, GA - Distributed-System Engineer

Looking for a talented engineer to help us solve the hard challenge of threading real-time behavioral intelligence, unified profile graphs, and predictive analysis into a beautiful interface that’s intuitive and easy to use.

Requirements: - Expert in Ruby or Go - Experience in large scale MongoDb/Redis deployments - Experience in APIs and building distributed systems (Fanforce integrates with over 30 APIs) - Familiarity and usage of popular Javascript libraries - Meticulous attention to detail in code and user experience - Full-time availability in Atlanta - A love of craft beer, quality tacos, and TED

Desirables: - Design skills - Knowledge in building real-time analytics - AWS and Chef experience - Storm, Hadoop, HStreaming, MapReduce

Benefits: - Competitive salary / substantial equity - Health and dental insurance - Choose your own setup - Fast-paced environment with no bureaucracy

Interested? Email careers@fanforce.com with: - The biggest hack you've done (can be anything you did to get around something) - One or two user experiences you love. And why. - Something you have built that you’re proud of.

You must have an entrepreneurial spirit that thrives in a fast paced startup environment. Wanting to be at a startup shouldn’t be a curiosity or passing interest. It should be a passion.


Redwood City, CA. FULL-TIME and INTERN

Bunchball is the leader in gamification (aka "Motivating People through Data") and works with companies including the NFL, Coca-Cola, Urban Outfitters, Cisco, Salesforce.com, Adobe, USA Network, Showtime, Marriott, Clorox, and 300 more to drive business results by motivating customers, partners, and employees to excel.

- Want to design and code amazing interfaces that our customers love? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BD6z1RwNgSM

- Want to work on a web service that has to handle the NFL's traffic on game day?

- Want to work with our customers to design programs that solve their business problems while making experiences more engaging for users? This is the next generation of interaction design.

- Want a giant database of user activity data to slice, dice, and derive insights from?

- Want to come in and OWN a product for 2 years - working with engineering, sales, marketing, etc., so that you get all the experience that you need to go off and start your own company?

Then check out our open positions: http://www.bunchball.com/careers/openings and apply for something.

Feel free to reach out to me directly: rajat [a][t] bunchball.com

btw - we also just wrote a book, which will be out in a few weeks: http://loyalty30.com

New York, NY - Borderfree (http://www.borderfree.com/)

New York City-based Borderfree is the recognized market leader in international ecommerce, operating a technology and services platform that the world’s most iconic brands rely on to expand globally and transact with customers in 103 countries and territories and more than 60 currencies worldwide. Borderfree manages all aspects of international online retailing including: localized pricing and payment processing, landed cost calculation, customs clearance and brokerage, fraud management, logistics orchestration, and customer-experience parity.


We are looking for full-time Front-End, PHP, and Java/Scala Engineers. We have multiple agile teams each focused on one of the large array of services that Borderfree offers. If you are looking for a workplace where you can innovate and help drive the architecture and code for a fast growing company please apply at http://www.borderfree.com/careers.

Front-End Engineer: jQuery, LESS, HTML5, CSS3, Angular, Node, Modernizr, Bootstrap, D3 and more.

PHP Back-End Engineer: PHP, MySQL, Redis, nginx, SOLR, Smarty, REST/SOAP and more.

JavaScala Back-End Engineer: Java, Scala, Play 2.0, Spring, Hibernate, REST/SOAP, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Memcached and more.

Interested candidates should apply at http://www.borderfree.com/careers.

London - Python developer.

I'm looking for someone to take over my contract (I'm committed to other projects). It's interesting work and the pay is good - what more can you ask for?

Key tech: Python, Linux, ElasticSearch, Mongo, Pandas graph libraries, Flask.

There's also html / css / js work but they're happy to outsource that bit if they don't find a candidate who is strong in both Python and frontend (rather have a strong Python dev).

You can contact me directly on aidankane@gmail.com with questions / to find out more info (or just ask on here).

Is on site presence required?

I'm going to check with the client but I think it's preferred. I'm a bit surprised in that I've only had remote workers contact me so far. Where are all the Python developers in London?

San Francisco, CA. Full Time

Company: Nextbit

We are currently in stealth mode so all we can really say is that we’re working on the next generation of mobile technology. Our team is made up of technical rockstars from Google, Amazon, & Apple that are looking to build something bigger. We love to solve crazy complex problems by architecting elegant solutions. We’re not in the business of building “me too” products. We believe that the future of mobile is just getting started and we’re building the groundbreaking technology that will take mobile to the next level; so of course, we’re pee-in-your-pants excited about sharing our product with you... & the world.

We are offering competitive salaries and meaningful equity packages. All new hires get sweet set-ups (Macbook Pro/Air, 30 inch monitors, a tablet, a phone, the works), catered meals, an office full of snacks & goodies, full health coverage, and an easy commute from just about anywhere (we’re located in SoMa near the Caltrain station near plenty of major muni lines!).

You can apply through the Google Ventures Job board postings, open roles are listed below:

- Backend Engineer: http://www.googleventures.com/jobs#job:162073

- Software Engineer: http://www.googleventures.com/jobs#job:162074

- UI/UX Lead Designer: http://www.googleventures.com/jobs#job:162075

International candidates?

We're open to international candidates who are seriously open to relocating to SF :)

EnergyHub : Full Stack Software Engineer - Brooklyn, NY. Full Time.

We're building a platform for controlling residential energy usage (think wifi thermostats, but also all sorts of home automation stuff). We're looking for a smart someone to work on all aspects of our software platform, from the back end, to web and mobile applications, to the tools that we use in development and production environments. We’re a small team, we use Python/Java/Backbone/Mongo/lots of other stuff and we're open to new ideas.

In addition to solving all of the usual software problems (achieving high availability, dealing with lots of data, implementing web services efficiently, choosing the best JS and CSS technologies, etc.), we also deal with real physical devices, so you will be encouraged to learn about boot loaders, Z-Wave, how to conserve the battery of an embedded device, and much more.

We're well funded, have a great workplace environment nestled between artist studios in Brooklyn and I think you'll like the team.


Apply here or contact me informally for more info (email in my profile): http://careers.stackoverflow.com/jobs/21403/full-stack-devel...

New York, NY (Union Square) - full-time

Knewton's mission is to personalize the world's education. The Knewton infrastructure blends data science, advanced learning models, and pedagogical expertise to enable real-time personalization at massive scale. The Knewton API allows third-party learning providers to build new, innovative learning solutions on top of the Knewton framework.

The adaptive group working on recommendation, analytics, and adaptive instruction is now at 30 people, with at least 30 more rounding out platform, systems, and full stack. The company now tops 110 people. We'll exceed 2 million full-time students on the platform by the fall, with multiples of that waiting in the wings.


    * Academic Content Expert
    * Business and Market Analyst
    * Data Scientist
    * Senior Engineer - Full Stack
    * Software Engineer in Test
    * Sr. Security Engineer
    * Senior Manager, Communications and Media Relations
    * Senior Manager, Content Strategy
    * Senior Product Manager

This is just the beginning. You can read more about the future here: http://bit.ly/Zj5xPv

San Francisco, CA - FULLTIME + INTERN - Early-stage (0.5-2+% equity)

Vurb (http://www.vurb.com), a Max Levchin funded startup - featured on TC this year - http://techcrunch.com/2013/02/20/contextual-content-engine-v...

Our mission is to change the way people search and interact with online services, by connecting them together in a way that's more more usable, efficient, and social (e.g., no more having ten tabs open to assemble the information you need). We do this through unique UX/UI combined with search, machine learning, big data, and other fun technologies.

We're looking for people who are interested in:

* Mobile (iOS, Objective-C) - leading our development of native apps on iPhone and Android

* JavaScript (node.js, backbone.js) - generalist / full-stack development

* Search / Data Science - classification algorithms, search, machine learning, NLP

We haven't launched but raised funding from Max Levchin, Drew Houston (Dropbox), Naval Ravikant (AngelList), Michael Arrington (CrunchFund), and many others

We're all engineers (MIT, Cornell, Berkeley, CMU, Microsoft, Zynga...) If you're looking to get into an earlier stage startup that solves complex problems and is making something people will use daily, then come find out what we're up to.

Email us: jobs@vurb.com | http://vurb.com/jobs

San Francisco, CA. H1B other visa support is ok.

I'm the CTO at Change.org we are looking for a range of engineering, product and design roles. We just raised a round to fund growth, but the company has mostly been self-sufficient. We have millions of monthly users that use our site to help them change the world. We've played instrumental roles in everything from the boy scouts changing their policy about gay scouts to helping reinstate high school chess clubs.

We have a range of engineering roles but everyone must be: - An awesome person - Care about making the world a better place - Be really interested in learning and growing themselves

Our culture is really important to us and regardless of where someone fits in terms of technology we want to keep building an engineering team that has an amazing culture and is driven to improve the and ourselves.

Job wise we need: - Frontend->Fullstack Developer - The FE->BE code mix tends to fall on each engineer - Know HTML/CSS/JS + Web langaues (Ruby,PHP,Python,etc) - Our stack is a mix of RoR and Node.js - Mobile - iOS, Android, and mobile web expertise are all welcome - "Big data" - You can do ETL and work EMR/Hive/Redshift, etc - You might like monkeying with math and doing ML too - Writing web services (restfully) a bonus - Devops - You know lots about making systems run especially automation of metrics and sys-admin - Ideally you have application experience

You can apply via: http://www.change.org/hiring or just email me directly tom at change dot org

Chicago, IL - Full Time

Experienced Ruby on Rails engineer needed to join doggyloot as a Director of Technology.

doggyloot is the leading website for the discovery of dog-related products and has hundreds of thousands of members that visit its website. doggyloot is a well-funded, VC-backed startup that was founded within the Startup Foundry at Sandbox Industries in early 2011.

The US pet product market is HUGE with over 46 million US households having a dog. There are actually more dogs (over 75 million) than children in the US. The size of the market for pet food and supplies is over $30 billion and has grown by over 200% the last ten years. doggyloot is positioned to revolutionize the pet e-commerce space.

Our small engineering team has already built an effective e-commerce platform but we plan to build even more impressive technology in the coming months and years. We need to scale our technology platform, build innovative consumer features and automate a lot of operational processes. This is a great opportunity to get involved early and make your mark with a promising, funded startup with rapidly-growing revenue and interesting technologies.

Looking for - Lead development for our existing Ruby on Rails-based systems. You're willing to collaborate with other members of the leadership team on the business and technical strategy as well as the product roadmap.You’re comfortable working on any part of the development stack (server administration, Rails, MySQL/PostgreSQL, HTML/CSS, Javascript/jQuery, UI/UX)

Email me at giselle at doggyloot dot com if you'd like more information about this position.

Zurich, Switzerland - Magento and/or TYPO3 and/or Drupal Developer (PHP)

For other European locations and jobs see below.

Unic wants you

We are looking for technological gurus, outstanding organisers, customer mindreaders, all-round multi-talents and creative, inquisitive minds. We need people who question ideas and seek new answers. Innovation is not a matter of chance.

At Unic, you will help national and international customers to realise sophisticated e-business projects. And you will work with 220 experts, professionals and top specialists from across all the Unic sites: these people are the reason why Unic is the leading independent provider of e-business solutions.

Job offers in Switzerland, Germany, Austria and Poland: http://www.unic.com/ch/en/about/career/jobs.html

Offers are written in German language.

We're also looking for Project Managers; Java, SharePoint Developers and Analysts.

Unic at a glance

   - Leading provider of high value e-business solutions for communications, sales and collaboration
   - 220 employees in offices in Bern, Karlsruhe, Munich, Vienna and Zurich
   - Owner-managed group with HQ in Zurich (Switzerland)
References: http://www.unic.com/ch/en/referenzen.html

Please refer to Hacker News if you apply.

FULLTIME or INTERN. Offices in San Francisco, Menlo Park, and Boston

Delphix is a data virtualization company that is doing for databases what VMware did for servers - this is a massive market, and we are on track for similar success. We're looking for software generalists to help build our full stack, from the operating system and filesystem, to the Java management stack, and the GUI.

The engineering team at Delphix is composed of the inventors and architects of the VMware platform, ZFS filesystem, DTrace, Oracle RAC, DataGuard, and Flashback.

We've built an engineering culture where anyone with a good idea can have a voice and drive unique projects. Whether it's developing new abstractions in the filesystem, designing an architecture to interoperate with a novel database, or developing a new cloud paradigm for virtualizing data, there is no lack of hard problems and opportunities at Delphix.

The Delphix platform has already established itself as the premier platform for structured data management in the enterprise world. In our first year of selling, we added 50 large corporate customers, including many from the fortune 500 (Proctor & Gamble, RBS, Fidelity, Deutsche Bank, Comcast, Staples, Qualcomm, among others).

We have offices in Menlo Park, San Francisco, and Cambridge, MA.

Check out our technical blogs at http://blog.delphix.com.

News coverage: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/delphix-raises-25-mi...

What's your contact information?

Greater New York City area, Lead Software Engineer Position, U.S. Citizenship or U.S. Permanent Residency Required

AreteX Engineering, a medical device startup company accelerating the use of information technology in healthcare, has an immediate opening for a Lead Software Engineer in its office located in the Greater New York City area.

Role and Opportunity:

AreteX Engineering is seeking a software engineer to design and develop the software components of its medical device products. The software engineer will be involved in the conception, design, development, and implementation of medical device prototypes. He/she will be part of a dynamic team dedicated to developing innovative solutions which help reduce intensive care unit costs and increase the quality of care. The successful candidate will be expected to interact with engineers, physicians, and nurses to solve complex problems in healthcare.


- M.S. or Ph.D. in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering. - Experience with data acquisition from medical devices (i.e., standard bedside ICU monitors) and other bio-signal acquisition devices. - Extensive experience in C#, C++, WPF, and Visual Studio. - Experience with MATLAB and Python. - Enthusiasm to solve complex engineering and signal processing problems. - Familiarity with machine learning techniques is a plus.

Applicants should send (electronically) a curriculum vitae, a cover letter, and the name and contact information of at least three references to AreteX Engineering. See http://aretexeng.com/AreteX_Engineering/Careers.html

Potato is a 70-person developer-lead agency based in London, UK with offices in Bristol, Amsterdam, Sydney & San Francisco. Our clients include Google, PayPal, a number of startups and other agencies such as BBH & Mother. We're hiring for a variety of positions in a variety of locations, freelance & full time, including senior UX designers in London, Mountain View & Bristol UK.


US-based Django developer here who'd love to live and work in Sydney. I realize you have no present openings listed there, but for furutre reference, do you ever hire internationally?

Any marketing/data analyst roles?



ClassDojo is used by over 8mm teachers and students to manage behavior in the classroom, using real time feedback and rewards that can also be shared with parents. We're an edtech startup with $1.6mm in funding some of the biggest names in the valley (Jeff Clavier, Ron Conway, General Catalyst, Mitch Kapor...), and we're one of the fastest growing education companies of all time. We're the only non-YC company that Paul Graham has invested in. We've built a product that makes a real difference and gets huge engagement with millions of kids, and we're about to take it to the next level, hopefully with you on board. If you're a strong hacker who wants to use JavaScript to change the world, apply here:




Or email jobs@classdojo.com. You can read about the work and environment here:


We are looking for:

  * Full Stack Engineer

  * Front-end Engineer  

  * Android/iOS Engineer  

  * Backend and Database Ops  

If you think you're a good developer but don't fit into those buckets, get in touch anyway.

Location: New York, NY

Do you love OOP, and making websites? Well, read on!

We're a sports intelligence company looking for someone to join our team and work on the server- and client-side. You would be working in a small team of web and mobile developers, and reporting to the Director of Technology. We do a lot of collaoration and group whiteboarding to design and architect our products. Everyone gets involved.

We run on the LAMP stack, but we don't care what your background is as long as you have a SOLID understanding of OOP and the web.

Here's what you'd be doing:

  * Work with the rest of the product & development team to clarify requirements and estimate work
  * Work with the development team to plan and architect features 
  * Development in PHP and/or JavaScript
We're flexible, but ideally you should have:

  * Experience with the web. Know your GET vs. POST. 
  * A good understanding of OOP concepts, and experience with at least one OOP language, such as:
    * PHP
    * Java
    * C#
    * Ruby
    * etc.
  * A love of clean, understandable code and interface
  * You can SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE in your SQL database all day
  * Experience developing in a team with other people
Does that sound like you? It sounds like us, too. We should totally talk.

This position is located at our office in New York's Chelsea neighborhood. It's spacious, sunny, and not a single grey wall anywhere. It offers a competitive salary and benefits.

Apply here: http://www.krossover.com/jobs

Software Engineer at Anametrix - San Diego - Full Time (http://anametrix.com/)

As a Software Engineer at Anametrix you get work both with front and back-end development. You will get to be a part of our development team to work and develop Anametrix’s product and platform.

Regular Tasks: - Working in Java / C# / ActionScript and other languages - Creating next-generation cloud-based products and services - Be part of a team using an agile development process - Work with some of the best professionals available in San Diego

Desired Competencies: - Excellent analytical and problem solving skills - Knowledge of data structures and algorithms - Knowledge of Java and object-oriented programming (not J2EE) - Foundation in SQL / Database concepts - Foundation in user interface design - C#, C/C++, .NET, R, and/or Flex, not required but definitely a plus

Preferred Additional Competencies: - The Java language, platform and technologies - Developing database driven web applications - Understanding of multi-threaded programming - Distributed systems and network programming

Education: B.Sc., in Software Engineering, or equivalent

I work as a Software Engineering Manager and you can reach me at andreas[at]anametrix[dot].com if you are interested



MyTime is Amazon for the services industry, helping people find and book services online. We're a small, but fast-growing company with funding from the likes of Mark Suster, Dave McClure and many others. We also have a base of over 1200 businesses, growing everyday. It's the perfect opportunity for anyone who wants to work at a fast-moving startup, and help us try to hack our way to success.

We're looking for self-directed, generalist software engineers, with some experience developing web applications. All 4 engineers at MyTime are full-stack, and we expect you to be as well. You should be well-versed in HTML/CSS/JS, as well as server-side web application development. Our main web application is built on Ruby on Rails, so experience with Ruby and/or Rails is preferred, but if you are familiar with something like Django or Sinatra instead, you should still apply! You should also have some experience with an SQL database of any kind.

Full job page: http://www.mytime.com/jobs/software_engineer

Email us at jobs@mytime.com, and make sure you let us know about any projects you've done.

San Francisco, CA

SwiftStack (http://swiftstack.com/jobs/) is hiring software developers at all levels of experience.

Why Join SwiftStack?

You’ll work on a product that touches millions of people’s lives even if they don’t know it. The number of businesses using OpenStack in general and Swift in particular grows and grows, and it includes big names that make products that are used by both your little brother and your grandmother. You’ll work on a product that makes core OpenStack technology accessible to businesses of all kinds.

You’ll get open-source experience in a big way. At SwiftStack, we’re committed to strong participation in the OpenStack ecosystem in general and to contribution to Swift in particular. You’ll be a contributor to one of the most important Open Source projects currently active.

You’ll confront interesting problems every day. Writing a system like Swift and building a software ecosystem to surround it is the road less traveled. We aren’t writing yet another glorified CMS or social app or phone game. Whether it’s figuring out better algorithms for data placement, confronting a firehose of monitoring data, or determining how to integrate most flexibly with customers’ systems, there are always new and unusual problems to solve.

Interested? Send us an email at jobs@swiftstack.com. Send us your github profile, your LinkedIn account, a link to your website – whatever will best display the work that you’ve done. Tell us in a few lines of text why you’re interested in SwiftStack, and why we’ll be interested in you. We’ll be back in touch shortly to get the conversation started.

Ambition LLC

Chattanooga, Tennessee

Our company is creating 'fantasy football' for sales organizations to increase employee productivity through competition. We spend the majority of our waking life at work and most people don't like work... we are trying to make it incrementally more enjoyable which we believe to be a worthy cause.

Our product is currently in beta and will launch in a month. We have already established a foothold in the logistics industry and our initial three customers are $200m-$800m companies. Our current problems are very good problems to have.

Looking for strong python/django developers comfortable with full-stack development. Current stack is python, postgres, ext.js.

Looking for a sysadmin with 3+ years of experience. AWS experience preferred. Experience 'scaling' a product definitely a plus.

Looking for a designer with a portfolio of ground-up websites and applications. Mobile experience preferred.

If you are interested in this position (and are a developer) please email us answers to the following questions:

1. Why was your collegiate GPA what it was?

2. Why is Fizzbuzz an ineffective test of your knowledge?

3. How far have you made it through Project Euler?

4. How have you become so great at ____________?

5. What's the most challenging problem you've ever solved?

6. What's your favorite city in the world?

If you are a designer, a link to your portfolio will be great in addition to answering questions 1, 4, 5, 6.

jobs [at] akimbo [dot] io

Ribbon: Rails, iOS, Front-end (JS and Designers), Data Scientist, No Biz-Dev

Full-Time in San Francisco only. No Remote, No H1B.

San Francisco, CA

Ribbon is a payments company that is built on a simple premise: let's keep the buyer where they already are and make the transaction occur inside of whatever platform they're on. Going off of that, we have built integrated in-stream payments inside of Facebook (http://f.cl.ly/items/3X080L3U1e2I2Q2O3d2u/screeny-for-fb.png), Twitter, YouTube, and an embedded option to bring it back to your own website (https://www.ribbon.co/button). You can think of us as an eCommerce multi-platform version of Square. We must be well-designed on every front, from the UI/UX to the backend payments infrastructure. Well-funded and at the beginning of a very big & fun problem. https://www.ribbon.co

Relevant press: techcrunch.com/2013/02/05/payments-startup-ribbon-raises-1-6m-from-tim-draper-others-launches-new-way-to-take-payments-directly-in-the-facebook-news-feed/

Email me directly & mention you're from HN: hany@ribbon.co

New York, NY. Sharewave, full time.

We're looking for an engineer to be an integral part of an early-stage startup, working directly with our CTO (Robert "r0ml" Lefkowitz) and small engineering team as we build our product beta.

Ideally you have:

* Hands-on front-end and/or back-end web development * Working knowledge of two of the following: Java, JavaScript, Postgresql, Python, Git * Proficiency with web and mobile technologies * A relevant degree (alternatively a good working brain)

About us: Sharewave is for entrepreneurs and private companies who care deeply about their investors. It’s a beautifully simple way to organize, visualize and share information with your investors. So you can spend more time leading your business and less time on it’s administration, no matter if you have one investor or one thousand.

We’re a team of 6 people with a range of financial, technology and startup experience (you can read specifics about each team member here). We've also attracted a very experienced board consisting of C-level executives from market-leading companies within the finance and marketing industries.

Our office is in the city’s newest co-working space in midtown Manhattan, which hosts a number of startups and small businesses, along with unlimited coffee, tea and beer. The compensation package includes salary, equity and health benefits.

We're just interested in your resume and any relevant links that showcase your work (GitHub profile, projects, etc). This position is based in Manhattan, and we aren't able to help in relocation. You must also be authorized to work in the US.

Send your application to: jobs@sharewave.com

Looking for CTO and developers for our startup in Berlin, Germany. Work Permit/Blue Card and Relocation Assistance Provided- no German required

Are you interested in working for an early stage startup in one of the coolest cities in the world? Perfect! After graduating from Brown University, I just finished collecting a pre-seed round for an innovative social-media startup. My startup team is looking for developers experienced in App or Website development that know their way around Ruby or PHP or iOS. If you have worked with social networks before, it’s a big plus, but not necessary, as we like to attract anybody that can adapt and take on new challenges.

Why should you apply? 3 reasons: 1.) You get to create an innovative social media product from the ground up that will scale all around the world!!! 2.) We do not just offer money, but also significant equity, so that you directly profit from the financial upside. 3.) If you have been to Berlin before, you know that it is one of the must international, buzzing cities in the world. I assure you, Berlin is tons of fun, super cheap to live in and you don’t need to know a word of German to get around.

Contact: startup.berlin.recruiting@gmail.com

London, England - Full Time - Local Only (with flexibility to work from home on occasion)

Optim.al (https://www.optimalsocial.com/) is hiring full stack engineers for our London office, working on real time bidding, analytics, data science and front end web applications.


    * BS or MS degree in computer science, mathematics, or related field.
    * Good understanding of web technologies HTML, Javascript, HTTP, JSON, REST
    * Can demonstrate that you're a great 
      programmer in at least one of Scala, Python, Java, Clojure, Haskell, 
      F#, Kotlin or Ruby
    * Willing to work in Python, Scala and Java
    * Good understanding of a Unix based operating system
    * Some experience of databases and at least one web application framework
If you love programming and would like an interesting job with a steep learning curve and a wide variety of challenges, please get in touch. You can email me personally at jamie@optimalsocial.com or use the following Jobvite link:


No recruiters please.

GetGlue.com - Fulltime NYC

#1 Social TV app on the planet by far.

  - Generous equity
  - Free food
  - Work from home part of the week
We're always looking for great developers but right now we're focusing on:

  - Native iOS/Android
  - Python/Django
  - A serious Dev/Ops engineer that can just automate everything.

Send an email to jobs@getglue.com and mention this post.

San Francisco, CA; PlanGrid (YC W12); Looking for engineers in SF

We’re a small team of construction engineers, software engineers, and ex-rocket scientists, building intuitive, beautiful tablet apps for construction. We love disrupting an industry that makes up 11% of Global GDP because no one ever cared to do so (for comparison, defense is only 2.5% of global GDP). Our users are project engineers, architects, superintendents, and electricians, and they love our app (because it helps them build real things more efficiently). We're looking for front-end engineers with a passion for making beautiful intuitive products. Our front-end tech is iOS, Android, and backbone.js. You will be our twelfth team member and sixth member of engineering.

We've been around for a year and we're growing fast. Unlike a lot of early stage startups, we measure our growth in revenue, not users, and it's been exponential since the day we launched.

Competitive salary, equity, company engineering retreats to Mexico (this years location:http://i.imgur.com/kEiI2ej.jpg), and an office next to a beer garden (Hayes Valley, SF).

Send your info to: jobs@plangrid.com

Halifax, Canada. Canadian needed. REMOTE possible.

Twisted Oak Studios is looking for a strong developer interested in project management for our 4 year old worker-owned consulting company.

Our company's focus is high-tech interactive projects. Over the past year, our work has included game development (particularly in Unity 3D), graphics/shader programming, and language and audio processing. We’re mostly platform agnostic (mobile, desktop, embedded, custom hardware). We don’t do much web tech.

We're interested in working with people who care about their craft. Ideally this includes thinking at both the design level:

* data driven work estimation

* keeping long term technical requirements in mind

* thinking about how a piece of work contributes to product/project end-value

And the implementation level:

* code standards

* readability

* maintainability

* exploring new effective development paradigms & techniques.

For this position we’d like to hear a little bit about you, see something that you’ve worked on that you’re proud of, and hear about how you approach large-ish projects with a team.

We offer strong compensation, prioritize developer quality of life (limiting work-weeks, flexible hours), and do varied interesting work. Lots of opportunities and support for professional development and side-projects.

Lastly, if the relationship is great after 6-12 months, we’ll want to transition away from wages in to shared-ownership.

Hit me up at jobs@twistedoakstudios.com. I’m committed to responding to every serious note I receive.

Stockholm, Full Time. Relocation assistance. @ ShapeUp Club

Full-Stack (python, ec2, search) senior engineer, Android developer, sysops/dba.

Join our small team (11), pre-funding, mobile first and help me grow it into a worldclass engineering team for digital health and fitness products.

More details on https://github.com/ShapeUp/jobs, contact me directly (nicolas@shapeupclub.com) for more details.

Red Tettemer + Partners - NYC/Philadelphia, USA

Seeking senior-level developers to form the foundation of a new NYC-based development team for an established ad agency

RT+P is a full-service advertising agency that's had great success recently developing large-scale web applications for our clients (Under Armour, Planet Fitness, and others). We're known for our bravado and our aim to always overdeliver on our client's expectations. Right now we're working on establishing a development-centric New York City office. The NY office will focus primarily on long-term "product" projects.

We're seeking one or two experienced Rails and/or JS developers. You'll be working directly with yours truly. We're going to make some seriously killer stuff.

Full-time salary with a great benefits package. You'll be instrumental in creating the office itself - we're starting with a blank slate. Occasional (every couple weeks, if that) travel to HQ in Philadelphia will be required. We are not a start-up, full compensation is not a concern.

Send me a note: interactivejobs (at) redtettemer (dot) com.


FiftyThree, New York, Full time, H1B transfers okay, no remote.

Since we launched Paper for iOS in March 2012, it has been downloaded more than 8 million times and Apple named it the 2012 App of the Year on iPad. Paper is just the beginning, and we’re hard at work on what’s next.

We’re looking for app developers (but we’d also love to talk to web devs, backend devs and designers).

• Love creating beautiful user experiences? We’re a design-driven company, and you’ll have the opportunity to work closely with world-class designers. In the last year, Paper won numerous design awards including the Apple Design Award, IxDA, AIGA, and Crunchie. • Enjoy a technical challenge? Interesting problems abound. • We’re a startup but we’re on sound financial ground. We offer competitive salary, benefits, and equity. • This role will be based in our NYC office. No remote, but we’ll help with relocation. If H1B, transfers only.

Apply at jobs@fiftythree.com


Have a look at what our users are up to:


Rockton, IL (We are moving to Beloit, WI in ~6 months) / Fulltime Senior Web Developer AccuLynx (http://www.acculynx.com)

AccuLynx is a profitable startup that is growing rapidly and we need two full-time web developers to help maintain and build upon our SaaS web application. We have a small team (4.5 devs) and have some amazing challenges ahead of us. The biggest being how can we scale efficiently to accommodate our growing customer base.

Detailed job description can be found here: http://www.acculynx.com/about/jobs/#webdev

Our team does not hire based on buzzwords or popular acronyms. We expect you to have mastered at least one language and be able to master any technology, language, or development environment in the future. If you are entry level we will help bring you up to speed. We'd like to see skills in our current stack: Asp.net MVC, AngularJS, C#, jQuery, Sql Server, ElasticSearch.

The village of Rockton offers small-town charm and low cost-of-living, without being far from larger metropolitan areas (Chicago, Milwaukee, Madison).

Benefits are top notch: Highly competitive salary (70k-95k), stock options, 15 days vacation, $5k/year to spend on continuing education (conferences, classes, etc), choice of computer hardware (but must have two monitors and ssd), choice of cell phone, MSDN subscription, gym membership, competitive medical, dental, vision, 401K with matching & safe harbor contributions, relocation reimbursement available, Steelcase Series 7 sit/stand desks, Steelcase leap chairs, and we will be moving to a beautiful new office in Beloit, WI.

Email me if you are interested (mention HN to get my attention), my name is Paul: dev@acculynx.com


Fulltime in SoMa, San Francisco, CA. No remote.

We're building the equivalent of Cocoa/CocoaTouch/Android SDK for web applications, while also exploring and enabling new concepts in interface design (e.g. stuff like Clear todo app, Yahoo iOS Weather app). Everything we build is HTML5 and Javascript based.

If you are a software developer with a passion for building operating systems, high performance graphics, application frameworks and software engineering tools come join us, because we're working on something big getting attention from some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley (although we can't yet say who).

We're series A funded and have plenty of runway and we've got many options on the table that we're beginning to mine so we can extend that runway indefinitely, while we build out our core product(s). We're at 10 people and growing.

Experience with functional programming and especially functional reactive programming is a huge plus. Our main language right now is in JavaScript, because that is what runs in the browser. However, we're still very small and use of only JavaScript isn't set in stone.

To apply email tyler@famo.us

Why doesn't IE10 get the fancy page Chrome does if you claim to work on modern browsers? The IE10 page (famo.us/c/) is really bad.

Badgeville is hiring!!! We have multiple positions open in the engineering department. Please apply through the link. http://www.jobscore.com/jobs/badgeville/

Badgeville sit right at the spot where websites, mobile apps & enterprise SaaS smack full-speed into big data analytics. Gamification is the big idea of 2013 and it’s only getting bigger. At Badgeville, you’ll be surrounded by the speed and flexibility of a start-up team while working on projects that support some of the world’s biggest companies. Do you love brand-new offices featuring overstocked kitchens, games & outings, bike & jogging paths, unbeatable views and ridiculous gyms with climbing walls? Sure — we’ve got all of those. But you want all of that while you get to work with state-of-the-art technologies in one of the hottest emerging markets around. You want to be in a position where what you do directly affects company performance every day. That’s why you want to be at Badgeville.

[24]7 Inc. (http://www.247-inc.com/company/careers/software-engineering) - Campbell or Alameda (Silicon Valley), CA, US (Full time).

Various Senior/Junior Software Engineering positions.

Key technical areas are - Big Data, Prediction Platform, Machine Learning, Web Applications, Mobile Applications, QA.

Who we are?

[24]7 (http://www.247-inc.com) is a pre-IPO Software Company backed by Sequoia Capital. At [24]7, we're building the next-generation predictive analytics platform to deliver an intuitive consumer experiences. We design and develop new product ideas and features from ground up. Our work involves building high-performance and reliable platform products, and deploying them in distributed environments to offer services to world's large enterprise clients.

What you'll do?

In Software Engineering team, you will work on building a highly-scalable big data platform, building machine learning based predictive models, various consumer facing web applications or mobile applications, etc. You’ll find the work environment inspiring and rewarding. We offer a fast-paced, collaborative workplace, where individuals are empowered to make decisions and build upon the company's success.

How to apply?

You can apply directly using JobVite from the link at the bottom of each job description.

Or you can also send me an email with your résume and something interesting about yourself to aditya DOT kothadiya AT 247-inc.com.

We're based in Silicon Valley, but if you live outside the Valley, we still really want to talk to you (we'll pay for your flight, hotel, and meals when you come interview with us).

San Francisco, CA, full time. Development Team Lead - Cloud Solutions Coverity http://www.coverity.com/company/careers.html

Our mission is to help developers write better software. We develop world class static analysis technology that automatically finds defects in code. We're ~300 employees strong with ~1100 large companies as customers. But we'd like to expand that to every developer on the planet.

In this role you’ll lead the development team that will make our technology accessible to the world. You’ll need these skills to succeed:

- A go-to language for the web that you know very well. It can be Java, Ruby, Python, Scala, or something else. This is a hands-on position.

- Front-end experience in HTML5, JavaScript, CSS.

- You’ve worked with IAAS like Amazon Web Services or similar.

- Experience providing technical leadership to a small, focused group of developers.

Years of experience and academic degrees matters less for this role than the maturity of your skills.

We serve developers throughout the world. If that’s your passion – let’s talk.

Send email to andy at coverity dot com.

Philadelphia, PA - BoardEffect (http://boardeffect.com) On Site Full-time Ruby on Rails developer

What sets BoardEffect apart from the field isn’t just that we’ve created one of the most powerful software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions on the market -- a mission-critical, secure, web-based portal for Boards of Directors -- or that we’re rapidly developing an international presence with our portal, as well as delivering empowering content, process expertise, and best-practice insight to those board members we serve. What really sets us apart and makes it so fulfilling to work here is that we're a firm whose employees get to work with phenomenal mission-based organizations -- think universities, human services, arts and culture, hospital systems, foundations -- people who we help DO GOOD. We are currently experiencing unprecedented growth; the possibilities for professional development, innovation, and impact are wide.

Get in touch with me at mhunt -at- boardeffect dot com if interested.

Baltimore, MD; Reston, VA; - Videology - FULL TIME, INTERN (H1B maybe if already in US)

Videology Group - http://www.videologygroup.com/

Internet advertising startup looking primarily for server-side Java developers (if your Java is rusty but you're good, drop us a note anyway). I was working for a start-up called LucidMedia Networks (hence the "lmn" in the e-mail address below), which got acquired by Videology. The Baltimore office is a .NET shop, but the Reston office is Java on *nix (Mac for dev, Linux in production, and no plans to use Microsoft anything). Our stack is Java on Spring with MySQL and some NoSQL stores on AWS. We have some big projects in the works involving big data and volume as we scale globally and across mediums (video, mobile, etc.). Currently, our Reston platform alone handles 4 billion requests a day.

Contact me directly at sahil_lmn@yahoo.com.

I actually got hired through a HN "Who is Hiring" thread, and I hired an intern through these threads. These things do work!

Tel Aviv, Israel MonkeyTech, The most awesome mobile development studio in Tel Aviv is looking for an experienced Ruby on Rails developer. You’ll be a part of a creative & super fun team that creates mobile apps and standalone web apps. We develop & plan many start-ups from the starting point, so it's a pretty exciting job every day.

What you’ll get: - You’ll use as much cutting-edge technologies as you want and get some R&D time if you need it. - AMAZING work environment – we have the coolest office around and the coolest people in it. - The new macbook air we just bought and don’t need :-)

What you need: - at least 2 years experience with server development. If that experience is with Rails – You’ll also get a sticker! - A working knowledge of the basics – JS, CSS, AJAX, MySQL.. - For our first meeting: o a list of the places you get your news from (Hacker news, The verge, XKCD, etc..) o the library\gem\plugin you got the most excited about in the past year

drop us a line if you're interested:

omer AT monkeytech.co.il

Brooklyn, NY. Full stack engineer at Bondsy, a new way to trade with friends.

Bondsy is looking for an experienced engineer who is passionate about building a great social network.



- You consider youself to be a senior-level developer

- Mastery of Ruby, Rails, Git, Redis, PostgreSQL, and Heroku

- Interested in taking ownership of the server-side

- Experience creating systems that scale for long-term growth

Some recent press:




Gamaroff - London, UK


Gamaroff is a primarily Rails development house working on desktop and mobile apps for large international brands and agencies.

We're looking for skilled full-stack developers who are smart and interested with using as much new cool tech as they possibly can. Whilst we primarily use Rails, we have also been known to dabble in Node, Python, Lua, Go and an assortment of other languages on a per-project basis. From a front-end point of view, we use CoffeeScript, SASS/Less/Stylus and various MVC frameworks, particularly Angular.

Every Friday afternoon is dedicated to trying out new tools and software, and we're constantly encouraging developers to learn and experiment.

We have a lot of really fun stuff going on right now and we're looking to expand rapidly both in London and later this year in the US. Either get in contact through the jobs site above, or you can email me directly: josh@gamaroff.com. We can assist with relocation if we think you're a perfect fit.

These guys are awesome and really going places. I worked for them while I was in the UK.

Burlingame, CA (between SF and Palo Alto)

TellApart is hiring: Dev ops engineers, Hadoop/data-pipeline engineers, Generalist engineers who want to build data products.

We help ecommerce companies use their customer data to improve their shopping experience.

- Our core retargeting business is growing extremely quickly, but we need more great engineers to build out more data products that will have massive impact on ecommerce--both helping retailers grow their businesses and improving the experience of hundred of millions of shoppers.

- We're building systems that have to deal with scale: 60K qps, 1TB data generated per day.

- Our business model means our machine learning and predictive models have to work, if not we'll lose a ton of money.

- Here's a glimpse of what our engineering team has done and a peek into our engineering culture: http://tellaparteng.tumblr.com/

If this sounds exciting to you, email me wei at tellapart.com. http://tellapart.com/company/jobs

Palo Alto, CA


- Team: MIT, Berkeley, Stanford, Google Research, Microsoft Research, IBM Research, Yahoo Research, Palantir, ...

- Investors: Red Point, a16z, SHV, Social Capital, ...

- Customers: Box, Jive, Microsoft, Rackspace, Tableau, Zendesk, and many more

- Product: machine learning applications for non-technical users to help their businesses more effectively capture and retain customers

- Looking for: smart hackers excited to join an early-stage startup to grow with & shape the company


- Build predictive models using sophisticated algorithms and data extracted from the web and other sources

- Build beautiful visualizations to help customers understand model performance and meaning

- Develop and operate secure, scalable cloud infrastructure to manage and process customers' large, confidential datasets

- Interact with customers, analyze their data, understand their pain points, and develop new product features and new products


- BS/MS/PhD in Computer Science, Statistics, Math or related fields

- Depth in software engineering, algorithms, and general analytical problem-solving

- Familiarity with Python preferred


- https://www.infer.com

- hiring@infer.com

Carbonite (http://www.carbonite.com) - Boston, MA

Carbonite leads the consumer cloud backup category with nearly 1.5 million paying customers and 85% retention rates.

We are looking for engineers to join our Labs team, a small team that ships MVP apps to test viability and explore new possibilities for the company. We have a startup feel, with the financial backing of an established company.

We are looking for people excited about new technologies and working full-stack. We write a lot of services in Python, so if you love Python you'll fit right in. Some of the other stuff we work with: AWS (EC2, CloudFormation, S3, etc), Cassandra, AngularJS, Chef, and many more. We write clients for Windows/Mac/iOS/Android.

We work in Scrum, release every 2 weeks, and iterate based on user feedback.

If you're interested in the position, send me an email with some info about yourself, a resume and your Github (if you have one).

My name is Dustin and I am an engineer on the Labs team. I look forward to hearing from you!


Birmingham, UK - Full time - Web Developer

We're a well funded Birmingham based startup looking for a talented developer to join our team. We're a team of three developers growing to six over the next couple of months.

Open to applications from a diverse range of backgrounds, whether you're an experienced dev with commercial experience, university graduate or not done/completed a degree. Just have a passion for development and a project or two to show us.

Key points

  - You'll have experience with PHP. We run Hiphop, make use of Unit Tests and create/path extensions as necessary.
  - You will be designing and working from several internal APIs, and experience with APIs (public or private) is good.
Whats in it for you?

  - Your an early hire - competitive salary and equity.
  - Equipment of your choice.
  - Nice offices based in the Custard Factory.
  - Flexible work hours and days.
  - Free drinks/snacks, cinema pass / gym membership.
If you're interested send me an email - alex [at] hobzy.com

Liverpool, UK (preferred) or UK REMOTE (considered)

Error Creative Studio (http://www.errorstudio.co.uk), is a digital creative studio building websites, applications, dashboards and apps for lots of interesting clients, and we're developing our own products too. We'd love you to join us.

We are looking for a generalist Ruby and PHP developer who is comfortable with front-end development and sysadmin tasks. Our stack varies from project to project, but includes:

- Rails, Sinatra, Drupal, and Wordpress websites, deployed with Capistrano

- MySQL and MongoDB databases, with SOLR for search

- Ubuntu on our bare-metal servers, provisioned using Chef

- Front-end development using JQuery, LESS and the usual gamut of interesting libraries in Javascript and CSS

- Git for SCM

You'll be comfortable collaborating on a range of projects, taking the lead on technology choices, learning new things every day, and taking part in every area of the business. We are specifically looking for help with the development of a large Rails project, but there are always lots of other things going on - Skype bots, Wordpress sites, nascent ideas for mobile apps; if you have an idea, pitch it and make it happen!

We're a relaxed bunch, and working at Error is both interesting and fun. We're committed to investing in you, and you'll have the option of a share of the business after your first year of employment. We'll obviously be providing you with whatever hardware you need to do your job; we're Mac people but you can choose whatever you like.

Error's lovely studio is in Liverpool, but we'd certainly consider a UK-based remote employee.

If this appeals, get in touch with Ed Jones at ed@errorstudio.co.uk

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Banyan is seeking a Full Stack Rubyist to join our team. We're looking for a versatile engineer who wants to join the team to take on a wide range of technical challenges. We are based in Chattanooga, TN, but you can be anywhere.


* You thrive in a fast paced startup environment, and hate micromanagement.

* You can quickly pick up new technology and effectively apply it.

* You love dealing with multiple programming languages, web services, analytics, databases etc and connecting them all together.

* You feel right at home in a full stack environment.

* You enjoy doing something that nobody else has done before.

Nice to haves:

* You have a MS/PhD & have published research during your time in academia.

* You are comfortable with a variety of languages and consider yourself a generalist.

* You value user-experience & user-interface design, even if you cant design yourself.

* You are comfortable with HTML5 (Haml), CSS (Sass), and JS (Backbone).

* You have a deep understanding of Git & other Version control systems.

Why you should work with us:

* A chance to revolutionize science.

* Competitive salary & benefits in a well-funded, early stage startup.

* Close-knit engineering team who loves pair-programming, agile development, and code review.

* We re-invest in our employees and focus on personal and team development.

* Transparency and honesty. Within the company, everything is open to discussion.

Salary is dependent on experience & ability. We will pay for relocation if you're interested. Compensation package included. To apply contact toni (at) banyan.co, or tweet me @twogiraffes

New York, NY


Kidura leverages recent advances in machine learning and data analysis to provide a platform for understanding and visualizing data sets. At the core of the Kidura platform is an algorithm for representing an arbitrary data set by a graph whose connectivity reflects the structure of the original set of points.

We are looking for a great software engineer to join our team as its first employee.

While we do obviously use specific languages and technologies, the emphasis is on hiring someone super smart.

Desired Skills and Requirements:

- Excellent implementation skills in a variety of programming languages

- Understanding of machine learning, artificial intelligence, statistics and data mining

- Familiarity with network programming, distributed systems, GPUs

We are also possibly looking to someone who can help with the non-technical tasks.

Please visit http://www.kidura.com/front_pages/careers/ and/or contact us through http://www.kidura.com/contact/contact/

it looks like you're doing something similar to the folks at Ayasdi. Care to elaborate how how your spin on computational topology is similar or different?

Astute observation. I see from your from your profile that you are doing some interesting things with haskell and numerical computing. I'd be very much interested in learning more about what you are doing - what types of problems you're trying to solve, algorithms you are implementing, what sort of customers are using your product.

Our platform differs in a number of ways, although it is still in its embryonic stage. Why don't we discuss more offline, if you are interested? My contact info is in my profile .

following up via email now.

I'm aiming to get a wee tiny open technology preview out in the coming month or two, and subsequently i'll be chatting with a few orgs to sign some "enterprise" contracts so the work can move forward from there.

Also the open layer stands a good chance of becoming the default lin alg substrate on hackage once i get it out. So theres an interesting ecosystem Gambit there.

New York, NY.

Internet company is looking for bright engineers to join the growing development team. The company primarily uses Microsoft-based technologies (.NET, SQL Server) and write code in C#, though they use a wide variety of other technologies and languages throughout. The company has a strong commitment to code quality, but employ a fast-paced, agile development methodology, and work in a startup-like environment.

Please apply if you are a strong team player, a fast learner, and a self-starter, and are interested in reshaping the world of education and online learning.


Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related field

Computer Science fundamentals in algorithm design, data structures, and problem solving

Solid understanding of issues concerning concurrency, locking, and multithreading in server applications

5+ years of experience developing .NET applications in C# (Web or Windows), preferably with a SQL Server back-end

Preferred: iOS development (Objective-C or MonoTouch) and HTML5/JQuery/CSS skills

You can contact me via philip at infusiveny dot com

People Interactive - Mumbai, India. Full time

Title: Senior Solutions Architect – Emerging Technologies

Role: We want someone who is passionate about their work and wants to push the envelope every day. It's not just about the stuff that gets built, but the way it's done and how much fun you have while doing it.

As part of the Emerging Technologies team at Shaadi.com, you get to work on the coolest technologies and what you design and write will go into world-class Web and Mobile products that will be used by millions of users worldwide.

You will continuously evaluate existing systems and look for ways to design and implement further improvements. You will be expected to come up with solutions to problems not yet posed through technology still unknown.

Apply here: http://peoplegroup.theresumator.com/apply/PCNAMx/Senior-Solu... or contact me yousuf.f at peopleinteractive.in

Location: Vancouver, Canada (yes, it looks like the postcards here when the sun is out)

Company: Mobify, http://www.mobify.com

Sponsorship: Available for technical roles

Type of employment: Onsite, full-time

Categories: Web development and design, mobile, PaaS

What we're into: anything to do with making the web amazing on all devices (mobile optimization, performance optimization, image optimization)

Some of our open source projects: http://github.com/mobify or http://www.mobify.com/dev


   - Front-end engineers (JavaScript)
   - Back-end engineer (we use primarily Python, Go & NodeJS)
   - UI Designers (CSS/HTML)
   - Mobile web developer (CSS/HTML with + design fundamentals)
   - Product Manager (SaaS)

   - Have a super power in your area of expertise 
   - Get us excited when we see your code or work
   - Have a good sense of humour

Bandzoogle - UI/UX designer - REMOTE (or Montreal)

We're looking for an experienced designer to take charge of the UI/UX of our app. Bandzoogle powers tens of thousands of artist websites, and help bands make a living by selling their music and growing their fan base. We've been "bootstrapped, profitable, and proud" since 2003 and were named one of the fastest growing companies in Canada the past 2 years.

Why work with us?

Other than the chance to work on fun projects that empower musicians, Bandzoogle offers:

- A fast paced startup atmosphere, with the stability of an established, profitable company.

- A great salary plus generous performance bonuses.

- A flexible & family-friendly schedule.

- Full health insurance for US and Canadian employees.

- Reimbursement of home office expenses, computer, and use of co-working spaces.

- A $1,000 yearly education expense account - reimburse books, conferences, whatever you want to learn about.

- Yearly meet-ups in fun locations, family included!

Full job post here: http://bandzoogle.com/jobs/


Looking for developers


We are a funded startup with 17 or so people and growing. We focus primarily on brokerage and project finance in the REC markets: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renewable_Energy_Certificates.


- You have a coding background. We use a lot of PHP here, but all we ask is a background with any language. We know good programmers can pick up any language with a reasonable desire to learn

- You want to work in the renewable energy sector. Apply your technical skills to directly support the use of renewable energies

- You understand version control, cloud hosting, and agile dev

- You're interested in the startup culture of a constant flow of new problems, and are willing to help grow the IT presence of the firm


Send resumes to IT at SKYSTREAMMARKETS dot COM

Sococo - Mountain View, CA / Iowa City, IA / Eugene, OR


Sococo is seeking a full-time Mac OS/iOS developer who has a passion for user interfaces. We've recently deployed the first mobile version of Sococo Team Space on the iPad and we are looking for a creative, flexible engineer to help launch our upcoming iPhone app and enhance and build new features for our iPad and Mac desktop apps.

Must Have - At least 2 years experience in Objective-C, iOS/MacOS - Deep demonstrable knowledge of UIKit/AppKit - An eye for beautiful UI, and the tenacity to get it right - Delivered a consumer product on iOS/Mac OS

Should Have - Experience with CALayers or lower rendering tech - pthread-level multi-threaded programming experience

Nice to Have - Experience with streaming voice and video


Quizlet - San Francisco, CA.

Lead iOS engineer - we're looking for a person to lead the development of our iPhone and iPad apps.

We care deeply about education and do a lot of unique things to get in the minds of our users (16M uniques/mo, mostly high school and college kids).

- Every week we attend a different high school or middle school in the San Francisco area, where we test new features or ask for improvements. Everyone on the team attends.

- We personally respond to 1,200 feedback messages a week. Everyone on the team pitches in. It sounds hard but our tools are amazing for this

- We use our product a lot. Our team of ~12 combined knows about 10 languages, and groups of us are always taking classes or trying online learning tools. We take group tests (last week we all learned Sushi terms).

Ping me if interested: andrew at quizlet

http://quizlet.com/mission http://quizlet.com/jobs

While I am still a student, I would love to give some feedback. I've found that when using your quiz feature, and you have to type the word or definition, you have to spell it correctly. I have found this as a huge problem when working with foreign languages, because I may not be used to spelling, so it count is wrong. If there is a way to implement some auto correct or spell check with words in the set, I would love that.

ShapeSecurity.com, Mountain View, CA. Fulltime, Local, US Citizens

Front-end/Full-stack engineers.

We are working to make the internet more secure.

I am looking for great additions to our front-end team. We are a django/angular.js/d3.js shop. With an opportunity to work with big-data - analysis(java) & presentation layers.

The team currently has full-stack engineers, with a slight bias towards the back-end. We really need help with the front-end.

While the job involves the usual web-app stuff, we are really excited about an ability to provide near real-time analytics.

Feel free to use our online submission process (please mention HN) or send email directly shishir@shapesecurity.com. All submissions are carefully reviewed by humans!

We are also looking for other positions company-wide http://www.shapesecurity.com/careers.html

Reasons to work at Shape:

- It's an exciting time in web-security, with some very hard problems to solve

- The company is at a very early stage, learning and growth are only limited by your imagination

- The company is seeing amazing customer engagement

- We are very well-funded http://www.shapesecurity.com/investors.html

- We are among the hottest technology companies to "Bet your career on" http://read.bi/11aSsHP

Benefits: - A great bunch of people in a friendly enviroment

- Daily lunch from great restaurants

- Gym Membership

- Commuter benefits

- Standing desks

- Stock options

- Excellent medical benefits

- 401(k)

DATA SCIENTIST - RALEIGH, North Carolina, United States

Responsibilities Identify new data sources that will improve online targeting efforts Establish links across existing data sources and find new, interesting mashups Work closely with statisticians to identify, design and build appropriate datasets for complex experiments Coordinate data resource requirements between analytics team and engineering team Develop tools and libraries that will help analytics team members more efficiently interface with huge amounts of data Help develop algorithms and predictive models to solve critical business problems Create informative visualizations that intuitively display large amounts of data and/or complex relationships Work with product managers, engineers and analytics team members to translate prototypes into production

Qualifications Highly motivated individual with degree(s) in CS or applied quantitative field (math/statistics, economics, engineering). Minimum of 3-5 years working with relational databases Ability to write and execute complex SQL queries to extract/process data. Strong analytical skills Experience in programming with JAVA, Python, Perl. Experience with statistics software (prefer R, SPlus, MatLab) Well versed in UNIX command line utilities (Sed, awk, etc.) and experience using these tools to clean/process very large and often very messy datasets Coursework or practical experience with data mining, machine learning, building algorithms, applied math and statistics a plus Deep knowledge of various data sources (government, open source APIs, point-of-sale, proprietary sources, etc.) and experience in linking them Experience with very large datasets a must. Knowledge of map/reduce framework (hive/pig other tools for accessing data in Hadoop/HBase cluster systems) a plus

Relocation offered: $80K-$125K

Please submit resume at http://bit.ly/14tbv22 or contact Muriel Mayberry at muriel@hansenrecruiting.com

Looking for Frontend and Backend developers in Orange County, Irvine, CA

Frontend: Backbone, Handlebars, Underscore, Socket.io, jQuery, Sass/SCSS, Agile/SCRUM, unit testing frameworks such as jasmine or mocha and testacular / karma

Backend: PHP, PostgreSQL, ActiveMQ, REST, TDD/BDD/CI

http://jobs.centraldesktop.com/details?o=dev_frontend http://jobs.centraldesktop.com/details?o=engineer-irvine

If you don't fit that description, but are have experience developing web applications, contact us. Or if you know someone we are offering $2,000 cash to anyone who refers a engineer we hire.*

Compensation: Competitive Salary, PTO, Bonuses, Stock Options, Health/401k, Free Drinks/Snacks

Send Resume/Cover/Github/Hackernews/Stackoverflow profile/links to ahsu [at] centraldesktop.com.

San Francisco OR Melbourne OR Remote - Full time

Tweaky.com is a curated marketplace of marketers and developers that help you to improve your website one tweak at a time.

We launched in July 2012 and have been growing at a phenomenal rate since then (25% in the last 30 days).

We are now looking for a talented Ruby/Rails developer to help us consolidate our platform and to manage some of our performance and scaling issues.

This is our first technical hire to help us sustain the growth and build out the rest of our vision.

If you're looking for a challenging role and to be influential in the development of a fast-growth business then this is a great role for you.

We're in the process of setting up our SF office but 80% of our team work remotely so we're happy for you to work wherever you work best so long as you're happy to visit a couple of times a year.

Check out our full posting at tweaky.com/careers or drop me a line to chat at ned AT tweaky.com.

Complete Genomics - Mountain View, Full time, (H1B transfers)

Ever wish your job had a real impact on the world?

We are building next generation applications in the field of Genomics data interpretation. We believe in having small teams of highly influential engineers who have the resources required to do what needs to be done. If you want to help build solutions that could have a measurable, positive impact on the lives of people, then join our team. And yes, we work on curing cancer.


- Frontent Software Engineer - http://bit.ly/11ih9WQ

- Backend Software Engineer - http://bit.ly/12WbkN3

- Automation Software Engineer - http://bit.ly/11iihtN

- Bioinformatician - http://bit.ly/10PzAiC

Ping me if interested: mbuholzer at completegenomics

10gen(MongoDB) - New York City, San Francisco Bay Area (Palo Alto) Full time - Developers,Solution Architects, consulting Engineer,Technical Account Managers, Technical Service Engineers,etc...

We're developing and supporting the open source and document style database: MongoDB. To date, we've raised over $80M, including strategic investment from Red Hat and Intel. Last year we doubled in size while revenue grew 4x. We're solving huge data problems for companies like Disney, eBay, Craigslist, foursquare, and over 500 others…recently closing out additional very BIG name companies. - ...with that said... Feel free to reach out to me if there is any interest working here. ...still reading?... We are looking for all types of positions & backgrounds My e-mail is - jason.chen@10gen.com . Drop me a note so we can setup an informal chat.

10gen(MongoDB) - New York City, Palo Alto Full time -

- Technical Pre-sale Engineer - Technical Post-sale Engineer - Technical Services Engineer - Etc...

- We're developing and supporting the open source and document style database: MongoDB. To date, we've raised over $80M, including strategic investment from Red Hat and Intel. Last year we doubled in size while revenue grew 4x. We're solving huge data problems for companies like Metlife, Informatica, Disney, eBay, Craigslist, foursquare, and over 500 others…recently closing out additional very BIG name companies. - ...with that said... Feel free to reach out to me if there is any interest working here. ...still reading?... We are looking for all types of positions & backgrounds My e-mail is - jason.chen@10gen.com . Drop me a note so we can setup an informal chat.

AppMyDay (http://appmyday.co.il) Tel Aviv, Israel Full time, permanent, local only at this point Recently seed funded, looking for first employees

Who we're looking for:

We're looking for senior mobile engineers (iOS/Android) and a team lead. We've got a lot of really cool stuff in the pipeline and we want the right people to take us to the next level.

About us:

With AppMyDay, your event’s guests can share their experiences and photos ion their own private, mobile social network. From a wedding or a birthday party to a corporate gathering or a conference, it just takes a few minutes to set up your event and distribute invitations to your guests. We even let your guests create souvenirs like magnets and t-shirt with their own photos on them right from their own smartphone.

Send your CV to omervk@appmyday.co.il and let me know you came through HN :)

Full-time, Allahabad(India), Khitchdee

Khitchdee is designing a custom PC from scratch. We're designing an FPGA based circuit that runs the things we value most from our PC. We call this PC the Switch and it's going to replace the Wintel PC and MacBook Air we currently use as our primary PC. We produce music, design gadgets and also like to teach gadget design.

We don't like to Google our way out of our information needs. Instead, we like to practice origional engineering where we derive our own answers from first principles. In this sense we are old-fashioned. We are also stubborn in sticking to our long term goals for years on end. We're looking for a self-starter who can meaningfully contribute to our project over the long run. Send us an email at rohit@khitchdee.com.

Our website: http://www.khitchdee.com

Durham, NC

Concrete Data is looking for an experienced .NET developer for systems integration and ground-up development projects. This is a full-time contract opportunity expected to last approximately 3-4 months, with a possibility of a longer engagement. Technologies include C#, ASP.NET MVC, CSS, Knockout, SQL Server 2008 and 2012, Windows Server 2008 and IIS. Familiarity with Java is a plus but not essential, as is domain expertise with enterprise project scheduling, capital asset management or cost accounting business processes.

This position is based in our office in downtown Durham, NC. We are not looking for a remote work arrangement at this time; please respond only if you are able to work onsite.

Strong candidates will have at least 6 years of experience developing .NET applications, will be experienced with Entity Framework or other ORM tools, will be experienced at estimation, architecture and design, and will have a track record of delivering high-quality code in a dynamic and client-centered environment.

If you enjoy delivering high-quality code with little supervision, are able to deliver great software to clients and are looking for a dynamic, exciting environment, we want to talk with you!

Learn more about us at www.concretedata.com.

Required: 4 years experience with .NET development using C#, SQL Server and ASP.NET Experience with .NET 4.0 and/or 4.5 Strong HTML and CSS knowledge Experience with Javascript frameworks, such as Jquery, Backbone or Knockout Experience building and interacting with .NET web services

Desired: ASP.NET MVC, Knockout, Entity Framework experience Experience with Primavera P6, Microsoft Project or other commercial project scheduling tools Experience with cost accounting applications Experience integrating custom and commercial applications for enterprise clients

Principals in the Raleigh/Durham metro area only, please.

edit: forgot to add that inquiries may be sent to me: adam dot haile at concretedata dot com.

Washington D.C., Full Time Front-End Developer

Engage, an interactive agency that provides technology and strategy to Fortune 500 companies, political organizations, and nonprofits, is looking to add a Front-End Developer to our already-strong bullpen of developers. Unlike much of our competition, all of our development and creative work is produced in-house, so you’ll be working directly with our team of designers and developers.

This is a full-time position and you must be able to work on-site in Washington, DC. We provide competitive salaries and a generous benefits package (plus snacks and free energy drinks, if that’s your thing). We also encourage (read: subsidize) our developers to go to hackathons and relevant conferences.


  * Strong experience with CSS3, HTML5 and JavaScript and able produce clean, standards-compliant markup
  * Experience with several (ideally all) of the following: jQuery, Backbone, Underscore, RequireJS, Twitter Bootstrap, Media queries/Responsive design, Cross-browser compatibility, testing & support
  * Strong grasp of UX
  * Understands and pursues pixel perfection for every site & project
  * Skilled with Photoshop & the Adobe Creative Suite
  * Comfortable working on tight deadlines and in a team environment
  * In general, a nice person to be around who enjoys tackling challenges and learning new skills
Bonus points if you:

  * Have some experience with WordPress, Expression Engine, and/or Drupal
  * Have a basic understanding of PHP or MySQL
To apply, please include your resume, work samples, and a brief description of why you’re interested in the position. For work samples, please provide links to live projects you’ve worked on (and your GitHub profile, if you have one).

More information and apply here: http://engagedc.theresumator.com/apply/VzN338/Front-End-Web-...

Amobee -- Silicon Valley -- H1B, Intern, Full-time

I'm the technical lead at Amobee on our PULSE 3D platform, looking to disrupt the way we consume and create mobile advertising. We're looking for developers on HTML5, WebGL, iOS, and Android to build the next generation of rich media as well as touch-based content creation tools from the ground up.

We believe that ads should actually be fun; as fast, interactive and personalized as the best games and apps. That's why we built the world's first 3D platform for display advertising. Our startup, AdJitsu, was acquired by Amobee almost a year ago. Our team continues to operate like an autonomous startup, with the added benefit of our parent company's resources.

Our PULSE 3D platform combines WebGL (or native OpenGL on iOS) with HTML5 to create a designer-friendly environment for building interactive experiences powered by programmable shaders. You can have a look at some of our ads here: http://amobee.com/3d

As a startup within a startup (we're a team of six people including three engineers with a lot of autonomy), you'll have the chance to own and solve problems such as:

* Build the next generation of realtime rendering and user interaction on mobile * Rethink content creation tools, from the ground up, for multi-touch interfaces * Design immersive, sensor-driven user experiences for clients * Analyze billions of data points from user interaction

We touch everything from SIMD assembly and fragment shaders, to Hadoop and Pig, and almost everything in between. Objective C, C++, HTML 5, Javascript, WebGL, Python, git and more are tools we use every day.

Our client include brands like BMW, Samsung, Autodesk, and Nokia. Our team brings experience from Apple, Cooliris, Dreamworks, Microsoft, Namco Bandai, NVIDIA, Ubisoft, and more. We're backed by the likes of Accel, Sequoia, and Singapore Telecom.

If this whets your appetite, get in touch with me at markw at amobee dot com and let's talk!

ShopPad (http://www.theshoppad.com) - Oakland, CA

In the past six months our platform has helped thousands of eCommerce sites deliver tablet shopping experiences that delight their customers. Now we are ready to grow the team.

We're looking for a developer with a strong background in PHP and JavaScript (front-end + Node). The right candidate is looking for more than just a job - they want to be an integral part of building a fast-growing company.

We are two successful serial-entrepreneurs, and are well-funded with an incredible team of seasoned advisors and investors. Our office is in the Jack London Square neighborhood of Oakland (minutes from BART, ferry & 880 freeway). We offer unlimited vacation, remote work options, meaningful equity, competitive salary and benefits.

Sound cool? aaronw@theshoppad.com

10gen(MongoDB) - New York City, Palo Alto Full time -

- Technical Pre-sale Engineer - Technical Post-sale Engineer - Technical Services Engineer - Etc...

We're developing and supporting the open source and document style database: MongoDB. To date, we've raised over $80M, including strategic investment from Red Hat and Intel. Last year we doubled in size while revenue grew 4x. We're solving huge data problems for companies like Metlife, IBM, Informatica, Disney, eBay, Craigslist, foursquare, and over 500 others…recently closing out additional very BIG name companies. - ...with that said... Feel free to reach out to me if there is any interest working here. ...still reading?... We are looking for all types of positions & backgrounds My e-mail is - jason.chen@10gen.com . Drop me a note so we can setup an informal chat.

Singapore, Full-time, Employment Visa Sponsorship + Relocation Assistance

We are Zalora.com (fastest growing online fashion company & well funded too). We are headquartered in Singapore City.

Job: System Administrator/Operations Engineer (with DevOps Mindset)

We are an interesting multi-cultural team and love everything about Web/Online operations. We have all the ingredients that makes a great workplace for engineers who love solving interesting problems with fun-loving atmosphere around them.

If you are interested , here is the gist with more details http://bit.ly/11e1z0s

There is a really cool reason for why people like to apply to this JOB (Why?)

We have a interesting way to screen candidates (https://github.com/zalora/automated_sysadmin_screen_test)

Flipboard (http://flipboard.com/)

Palo Alto, CA – permanent, full-time

We're hiring engineers and designers.

Flipboard is a social magazine service. We're looking for both front-end (mobile, Web) and server people; our client teams are awesome, but we also run very large-scale services (on AWS) to support them, we're very serious about data, and we do a heck of a lot of both client and server-side JS. We've got interesting problems for everyone.

Some of the tools we use, just to give you a flavor: ObjC, Java (both Android and on the server), CoffeeScript, node.js, the Python/Numpy stack, Hadoop, HBase, ElasticSearch, Go...

http://flipboard.com/careers/ - alternatively, feel free to email me and I'll point you at the right people (andrew at the obvious domain).

Flywheel -- Redwood City, California, USA

Server developer

We allow our users to hail traditional taxis with iOS and Android smartphone apps. We're an established player in San Francisco, looking to take our next big growth step.

Total size of the company is roughly 25, engineering department is nine people, core server work is presently two or three. Most server work is in ruby (some rails, some not), with a bit of Node.js. The big challenges in front of us are scaling smoothly and improving the experience of matching drivers and passengers.

I'm a server developer here. You can send me your resumes at mike@flywheel.com, or apply through this page: http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?c=qbm9Vfwl&...

BabyList (http://babyli.st) helps parents-to-be figure out what they need for their baby. The baby industry is massive and ripe for disruption. We’re already making significant money, our users absolutely love us, and we’re just getting started.

We were in the most recent 500 Startups batch, have a great set of advisors and investors, and were voted one of the top 5 companies by Gigaom, Forbes, and others.

We recently raised seed funding, and are now looking to bring on our first key hires. We’re a team of four (two are remote).

We use Ruby on Rails, MySQL, Javascript, jQuery, and soon iOS. We think that great developers can come from a variety of backgrounds. The main thing is that you’re smart and get stuff done.

Email me at natalie@babyli.st. Let me know what you’re looking for in your next job.

Factual is currently hiring engineers and data lovers of all levels in Palo Alto, Los Angeles, and Shanghai.

Factual's vision is to be an awesome and affordable data provider that enables developers, startups, and big companies to focus on innovation instead of data acquisition. We were recently named one of "50 Disruptive Companies in 2013" by MIT Technology Review (http://www2.technologyreview.com/tr50/2013/). 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 Facebook, Yelp, Foursquare, Trulia, and Newsweek.

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. 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.

Our LA office is our headquarters and our new Palo Alto office is still small, so new hires would have a huge impact on the culture there.

You can email me personally at jake@factual.com, or view our job postings and apply directly via Jobvite:

Palo Alto Software Engineer: http://hire.jobvite.com/j/?cj=oTR1Vfwq&s=Hackernews

Los Angeles Software engineer: http://hire.jobvite.com/j/?cj=oQR1Vfwn&s=Hackernews

Los Angeles Data Engineer: http://hire.jobvite.com/j/?cj=oSS1Vfwq&s=Hackernews

New York, NY - Full-Time, H1B (for US school grads)

CB Insights is tracking the health of private companies using public data. We are backed by the Nat'l Science Foundation and profitable with major customers.

We're looking for: - Full stack developer - Machine learning engineer - Tech industry analyst - Data journalist

More here on these positions - http://www.cbinsights.com/jobs

Relevant links: The Business Social Graph - http://www.cbinsights.com/business-social-network Mosaic Score - http://www.cbinsights.com/mosaic Customer Love - http://www.cbinsights.com/customer-love

Addepar is Hiring - Engineers - Mountain View, Ca

Who we are: Engineers rebuilding the infrastructure that powers global finance. Current technology in the space is broken and opaque, it empowers scandals like Bernie Madoff to go on for a decade while $64 billion vanishes from the economy, affecting endowments, institutions, and notable individuals. Our platform provides increased transparency, allowing for better decisions and furthering meritocracy in the multi-trillion dollar wealth management industry. We free data from disparate silos and build tools for advanced analysis and decision making.

Addepar is an engineering-led company. We’ve designed our perks around enabling great technologists to build. Hiring Ember.js developers and generalist engineers.

Join us: Careers.addepar.com Or email R2 [at] Addepar [dot] com

Mountain View, full time, relocation available

Treasure Data (www.treasure-data.com) is looking for a developer evangelist.

As a developer evangelist, you engage and grow Treasure Data's developer community by building demos and mashups, hosting meetups, blogging, giving conference talks and coming up with a creative stunt that we haven't thought of yet to help developers get the most out of Treasure Data. Wow us.

Also, we are behind several open source projects like Fluentd (www.fluentd.org) and MessagePack (www.msgpack.org). If you are already part of either community, that's an added bonus.

See http://www.treasure-data.com/careers/#developer-evangelist for further details.

Please email us at careers@treasure-data.com with a link to your GitHub account and/or blog.


Twitter (http://twitter.com/jobs) Looking for new grads, (junior||senior) full-time San Francisco, CA


Note: I am looking specifically for candidates for my team. However, if you would like to apply to any other jobs at Twitter, feel free to contact me as well.

Looking for one or more of the following:

* Front-end/full-stack experience

* RoR, javascript (use of JS libraries and frameworks is a plus)

* HCI, UX/UI experience

* data visualization experience

My team is responsible for the product and infrastructure behind an internal tool that monitors services running across Twitter. We're talking big data, big visualizations and big problems. If any of the following piques your interest:

* fast, iterative and incremental development cycles

* full creative control of a web tool used by all engineers at the company

* fun collaborative efforts with a small product team

.... then contact me and let's chat more!

email: jyip at twitter

San Francisco, CA (full-time, H1B welcome) Expect Labs



Expect Labs is a startup based in downtown SF that is building a product called MindMeld (www.expectlabs.com/mindmeld). We're backed by some of the most prominent investors in Silicon Valley, including Google Ventures and Greylock, in addition to Intel, Samsung, and Telefonica.


Our open positions include:

Back-end Software Engineer Front-end Software Engineer iOS Engineer Android Engineer UX/UI Designer


If you are awesome and interested in what we're working on, we'd love to hear from you. Visit www.expectlabs.com/jobs or shoot us an email at jobs@expectlabs.com. Thanks and good luck!

Central Europe, Homeoffice is priority.


We are looking for a passionate and seasoned designer to join our team. In this role, you will own significant design responsibilities across all our products. You will have significant impact as a member of our fast moving team. Our products are developed within use modern web designs trends. Our prefered stylehood is above Bootstrap & Flat & Metro ideas and similiar web elements. We are developing products with native user interface that works A-grade on most nowadays web browsers at tablets, smartphones and desktops with enterprise grade funcionality. You’ll be responsible for designing and implementing new features, pages, and interfaces on all parts of our product, from marketing pages to intricate data management interfaces. You should be passionate about creating beautiful tools for developers, and believe the best designs are the result of finding the simplest solution to complex challenges.


Previous portfolio, public available, i.e Behance, Dribble Must have a minimum of 2-3 years of design UI & UX experience in a professional software/SaaS development organization. A strong sense of UX and visual design, with an eye for simple-to-use interfaces. Expert with rapid prototyping with the ability to quickly go from mockups to implementation. Expert knowledge of web and mobile design standards. You should understand best practices for designing landing pages, A/B tests, and increasing conversion rates. You should have experience building production quality designs and assets for web apps. Front-end developer experience within HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, Jquery Knowledge of javascript frameworks, i.e. Jquery Mobile, D3.js


Experience with git SCM, and tools such as Atlassian Jira, Confluence are also strongly desired. Experience with D3.js is strong plus. Experience with developing mobile applications. Experience with iconography and illustration.


Other jobs http://geefu.net/jobs

SessionM, Inc - Boston, MA - Full Time Local

- Backend Developers (currently ruby, looking at other options for parts of the system)

- Operations Engineer (needs "new" scripting like python and ruby)

- Many others - see www.sessionm.com/about-us/jobs/

Mention you saw us on HN and I'll keep an eye out for it from the alias mentioned on that page

ZeroCater - San Francisco, CA - Software Engineers, Lead Software Engineer

Come help us feed the world! ZeroCater is a team of foodies working together to help companies feed their employees. We're looking to expand our small engineering team to tackle hard problems and build awesome things. Our stack is a pretty typical Python/Django stack running on AWS. Experience with these specific technologies is not required, as long as you can learn fast and ship product.

Some challenges we're facing at the moment:

- Automatically creating and sizing menus to fit a company's dietary restrictions (vegan, gluten-free, allergies, "I don't like onions").

- Matching vendors to companies that are compatible in terms of budget, distance, and dietary restrictions, while ensuring variety from day to day.

- Scheduling one-off meals without heavy account manager involvement.

- Scaling our platform to keep up with our growing business.

We're cash flow positive and backed by investors like:

- Y Combinator

- SV Angel

- Justin Kan

- Paul Buchheit

- Keith Rabois

- Yuri Milner (in addition to the start fund money)

We offer:

- Competitive salary

- Stock options

- Daily lunch from the best local restaurants, caterers, food trucks, and popup kitchens

- Health, Vision, Dental Insurance

- Team-building activities like wine tastings and cooking classes

- 5 hours of your very own Executive Assistant through EXEC (http://iamexec.com/) for personal use each month

- Fine Alcohol Fridays and Reginald the Kegerator (Reggie to his friends.)

For more info on the jobs, the perks, and to apply via Jobscore (resume preferred but not required), check out http://www.zerocater.com/jobs/.

Ecomarket.com is a seed funded startup based in London but can be REMOTE

We're seeking a strong Python/Django dev to join our core early team, need to be very well versed in start-up technologies, a more detailed list can be seen at http://www.ecomarket.com/work-for-us

We're ideally looking for someone who wants to take a lead role, manage our development and ultimately step into a CTO role or even co-founder if the hat fits.

Attractive early stage equity on offer as well as a good salary.

Read the gossip at http://techcrunch.com/2013/03/13/eco-market-the-etsy-for-eco...

Contact careers (at) ecomarket.com for info.

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