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Ask HN: Who is hiring? (September 2013)
304 points by whoishiring on Sept 1, 2013 | hide | past | favorite | 376 comments

Let's help programmers in or displaced from Syria get jobs somewhere safe



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? (September 2013) https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=6310240

Google - Madison, WI. Sorry, no remote work, but Google does sponsor visas. All levels of experience welcome. We've recently hired an ACM fellow, as well as a new college grad.

Of course Google is hiring. So, why I posting this? Every time I tell someone I'm working at Google in Madison, they're shocked that there's an office in Madison, and I often hear people complaining about the lack of interesting technical work in Madison. There's fun technical work in Madison, I promise.

I'm working on a hardware/software co-design project that's attacking a fundamentally hard problem, which started as a 20%-time project. There are a couple other hardware projects in the office; most hardware projects start as prototypes of crazy ideas, and go from there. The majority of people here are doing low-level systems programming, usually networking related, and a handful of people are doing data analysis (call it big data, if you like) to figure out how to optimize Google's next generation hardware and software platforms. I'm sorry I can't describe projects in much more detail -- Google is pretty secretive about what goes into datacenters.

The office is small (just under 30 people), and manages to avoid any bureaucracy you might expect from a big company. The work is interesting enough that in the five year history of the office, only one person has left (and he retired to a ranch in Nebraska). Feel free to email me (see profile) if you have any questions.



Edit: Interesting to see this downvoted. If you're downvoting this, I'd be curious to know why. Because Madison is in the middle of nowhere and you don't care about Madison? Because you don't like big companies? Because you're cynically trying to push your job post above this one? Because you think job postings need bullet points?

Just had a recruiter from Google contact me. They do pretty often, once a year. I usually tell them I am not interested. This time the guy mentioned they have some interesting work. So I said ok, I'll talk to him. Set up a time. Waiting for the call. Get an email that he can't make it. Ok, reschedule. Set a new time. Get confirmation he would call. No call, no email not anything.

I am thinking WTF. I wasn't even the one interested in the position, is this level of unprofessionalism common with Google?

Sorry don't mean to derail the comments, but it just kind of left me with a bad taste in my mouth. And then seeing Google as first comment on HN hiring, kind of brought that back to my mind.

Similar experience. Took 4-6 weeks to get a reply to my application email (I'd actually forgotten about it). 4-6 weeks after that (and a few emails from me chasing it up) Google were able to schedule a phone interview. Interviewer was really friendly, and I was pretty excited. Got an email shortly after saying "great that went well, can we fly you to (nearest Google office)". Replied sure - I'm free anytime. 4 weeks later (and a few emails from me chasing it up) and I find out the recruiter has gone on holiday. Another 4 or so weeks later (and more emails from me chasing it up) and I'm told they are having trouble finding someone to interview me for the in-person. Another 2 weeks later I'm finally told the position was filled, but as a promising candidate I should consider applying for other positions.

The idea of working at Google is interesting, but I don't really have the months to invest in the interview process.

A good strategy for getting hired at a big company is to find an internal advocate. It is easy for the Google HR/recruiter to ignore individual candidates, but it is harder for them to ignore you if they get an email from another Google employee asking about the status of your application.

How do you find an internal advocate? Start networking. Find people at Google with common interests or backgrounds as you. Then send me a cold email introducing yourself. It will take a few months to develop a relationship where somebody will happily send that email to HR for you, so start a few months before you are planning to submit job applications.

And at least you were the one who made the first contact. I wasn't even interested to start with, they came to me trying to impress me with new and interesting working going on in that group. I was kind of surprised. For some reason, (and I don't even know why) I expected more from them. Oh well, no need to waste time on them in the future.

Also similar to mine. Someone called me first time but the phone call was bad and he scheduled a new meeting, but he didn't call me back in the scheduled day. 2 days later he sent me a mail trying to reschedule it. As I was travelling i gave him a new number to call. He called in the first one and sent me a message saying that i wasn't there. I think i sent something like 5 emails later to explain that he called in the wrong number, but he never response me back.

By any chance can a technical/coding interview be done completely offline?

And preferably with more relevant tasks, rather than asking to come up with Knuth–Morris–Pratt algorithm on the spot, whereas Knuth, Morris and Pratt spent months of researching.

I didn't downvote you, but "sorry, no remote work" is a comical restriction for this field, especially for a large organization like Google.

Is your hypothesis that all types of work in "this field" (which, exactly?) spanning all levels of interactivity can be performed equally well by remote workers? I have personal experience that such a hypothesis is demonstrably false, even for pure software projects. I can only imagine how much more so the disconnect would be when the work involves hardware.

"The majority of people here are doing low-level systems programming, usually networking related, and a handful of people are doing data analysis (call it big data, if you like) to figure out how to optimize Google's next generation hardware and software platforms."

Those tasks can and are done by programmers from anywhere. There is absolutely no reason to make them come to an office.

How the hell do you build hardware remotely?

"The majority of people here are doing low-level systems programming, usually networking related, and a handful of people are doing data analysis (call it big data, if you like) to figure out how to optimize Google's next generation hardware and software platforms."

If you're doing firmware/software people can just mail you devkits, proto boards.

devkits and proto boards do have bugs, especially during the early iterations. There are many occasions that I (firmware engineer) need to sit down with FPGA/Hardware engineers to figure out why the system is not performing as designed, sometimes it is firmware issue, sometimes it is hardware, and it was the combination of firmware/hardware and ambient temperature!! It is way more ineffective to perform this kind of debugging with someone in a remote site.

That could be quite time inefficient, depending on where you live...

UW-Madison produces a ton of computer engineering talent. Cray, Intel and Nvidia all recruit heavily here. Sadly outside the Google office there aren't many local options for grads so they end up in Texas or California, even when they often want to stay in Madison. I've always thought you guys were genius for having an office in town.

Is the interview process for working in Madison any less than the ~4 month long nightmare in SV?

Wisconsin is home to some other interesting tech companies too. If you're into HPC, Cray has a big presence there. I think that a lot of job hunters make a mistake by only considering the "startup" scene like Silicon Valley, Boston, etc. when they really are looking for interesting tech jobs not necessarily startup work.

luu, are you open for applications from abroad, concretely, from Pakistan?

Does Google-Madison stack-rank like the rest of Google?

Why is Microsoft all over the blogosphere for stack ranking, but I know dozens of Google folk and this is the first I've heard of it at Google?

No, one tiny office has a completely different set of HR policies.

Oculus VR - http://www.oculusvr.com/careers - Irvine, CA

Help us bring Virtual Reality back! Oculus is up to around 40 people (primarily engineers), and we are expanding quickly. In addition to a huge variety of positions in Irvine, CA, Oculus is now looking for software engineers in Dallas, Tx.

A few of the positions that are especially important to us right now are:

* Senior Android Engineer - We're looking for experts in kernel, system level, and/or graphics programming on Android in both Dallas and Irvine.

* Embedded Systems Engineer - We need hardware hackers in Irvine to help define, prototype, and program the systems going into future projects.

* Computer Vision Engineer - We're looking for engineers with a strong 3d math background and experience with computer vision research and algorithms.

* Senior Audio Engineer - This one is fresh enough that it isn't on the job listings page, but we're looking for an audio expert with experience with positional audio and HRTFs.

The full set of job listings you can apply to is at http://www.oculusvr.com/company/careers/

You can also email me directly at nirav.patel@oculusvr.com

You are in the wrong country for me. But I want to say that like a lot of people, I am hugely excited by your company and hope you do well!

DuckDuckGo (Paoli, PA, USA) - LOCAL OR REMOTE.

We would welcome 1-2 additions to our small core search engineering team. This team works across our full architecture (https://dukgo.com/help/en_US/company/architecture) though does more back-end and data algo than front-end and dev-ops, which are primarily handled elsewhere.

Previous search experience or extensive experience with our particular architecture is not necessary, though this is not a junior level position.


Just a friendly reminder about WFH.io (http://www.wfh.io), a site listing global full time remote / work from home (WFH) tech-related jobs.

In August 2013 we added 31 jobs, with a breakdown as follows:

* Software Development => 20

* System Administration => 7

* Customer Support => 2

* Other => 2

Also, we recently implemented Atom feeds for each job category, so you can easily subscribe to feeds to keep on top of job postings.

Lastly, it's still free to submit your job posting to WFH.io, so please do so! :)


Great resource! I wish I had known about this previously. Can you clarify what is meant by "Top 5 Requested Jobs"?

Those are the unexpired jobs (posted within the last 60 days) that have been clicked the most frequently. I could probably tighten up that wording a bit. :)

Really like the design of WFH. Great work.

Thank you!!

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 and great customers. Our customers love us, because we move quickly and provide amazing support. Everyone talks to customers a lot.

We're still a small team, so you'll have a large impact on company culture. We're highly influenced by Valve's Employee handbook, and have as flat a structure as we can.

We're currently looking for a 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. Experience with Angular would be particularly cool.

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

London, UK - Wigwamm, apps to make Real Estate simple

CO-FOUNDER WANTED (tech or sales)

Tech team and funding in place. We have great domain expertise, but I am personally missing the influence of a strong co-founder. If you're interested, just say hi at +44 77 952 73 552 or rayhan@wigwamm.com

There is plenty of attention toward making the Real Estate searching experience better.

But the data sucks.

Real Estate is the only thing you cannot research and transact online.

Working with all the companies and brokers involved in Real Estate, we build products in the gaps. The dream is to one day allow Real Eatate to be confidently researched and transacted online.

Our current focus is our mobile Listing App: http://wigwamm.com

Some of our prototypes:

Listing App- http://wigwamm.co.uk

Property descriptions- http://Proppycock.com

New property browsing UI- http://map.wigwamm.com

An auction for rental property- http://old.wigwamm.com

Mobile amalgamation of the new UI and auction- http://dev2.wigwamm.com

Bazaarvoice - (Austin, TX | San Francisco, CA | New York City, NY) - Full Time

Each month, more than 450 million people view and share their opinions and converse about 20 million products in our network. Our technology infrastructure allows people to make tens of thousands of requests every second enabling them to make important purchasing decisions online.

We are looking for talent in NY, Austin, and SFO to fulfill various roles - developers, DevOps, QA engineers, managers. More information on our site - http://keepaustinbazaar.com/ .

Personally, I am an engineer in the NY office. We are looking to expand aggressively over the next few months. Our office has an amazing location right in the heart of Union Square. The work is interesting, we avoid bureaucracy, focus on deliverables, are open to any suggestions that would improve the work environment (technically and otherwise), and generally enjoy each other's company. We would like to continue building on this culture.

If you are interested or would like to know more about us email me at achin.batra@bazaarvoice.com

Come work at Rackspace near the Exceptional.io and Mailgun team in the heart of San Francisco (2nd and Folsom), we have 14k sq feet. Rackspace focuses on building big systems to serve builders and are incredibly customer-focused, dead set on building useful services that operate at scale.

There are various roles, here are some of the details:

* All: Get stuff done, people that are motivated to make an impact

* All: Excited to build new products, passion for new technology, new programming models

* Backend Engineer: Distributed systems experience, passion for large scale systems

* Frontend Engineer: Architecting interesting fully client side apps, dashboards, live updates, etc… Angular.JS experience a plus

* Sr Development Manager: backend team, someone with experience managing large team

* iOS/Android Engineer: Building the next generation iPhone/Android experience at a B2B company

* Embedded Engineer: Build C compatibility layers, cross-platform software, software that runs on a server and makes sysadmin’s life easier. Business logic is written in Lua.

* Open Source, we have an “Open First” motto, so write code and release it!

* H1B transfers are good

I run the San Francisco office so please ping me directly, daniel.dispaltro@rackspace.com

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

Factual’s location platform enriches mobile location signals with definitive global data, enabling personalized and contextually relevant mobile experiences. Built from billions of inputs, the data is constantly updated by Factual’s real-time data stack. We were recently named one of "50 Disruptive Companies in 2013" by MIT Technology Review. We have a terrific team that is still fairly small and an incredible CEO who was previously the co-founder of Applied Semantics (which was bought by Google and became AdSense). Factual has venture funding from Andreessen-Horowitz and our partners/customers include Facebook, Yelp, 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. A great example is one of our most recent products, Geopulse Audience, which stands at the intersection of high quality places data and large scale analysis of user geo-data: http://www.factual.com/products/geopulse-audience .

If you love data, Factual is the place to be. Our main criteria are that you're smart and get things done, but you'll get bonus points for experience with Clojure (http://www.factual.com/jobs/clojure), machine learning, NLP, algorithm design, or Hadoop.

You can email me personally at jake@factual.com, or view our job postings and apply directly via Jobvite:

Los Angeles/SF Bay Area Software engineer: http://hire.jobvite.com/j/?cj=oQR1Vfwn&s=Hackernews -----

Conspire - Boulder, CO - Full-Time

Conspire is a TechStars company founded in 2012. We analyze email data to give users detailed analytics on their email network and to understand the strength of connections between people. With this understanding, we maintain an always-up-to-date, weighted network of connections without any work on the part of users. When a user needs to reach a person or company, Conspire finds the strongest path of connections in the user's extended network.

We're located in downtown Boulder, Colorado.


We're a small team, and we're looking for people to take on a lot of responsibility. You should be prepared to manage projects independently from start to finish, including gathering and refining requirements, evaluating potential approaches, soliciting feedback from teammates and experts, picking the right course of action given the company's goals and delivering stable, performant software that integrates seamlessly.

Our product is built primarily in Java, Scala, Rails and JavaScript, and we use several database technologies. We heavily leverage AWS infrastructure, manage source and issues on GitHub and continuously deploy code to production. In-depth experience with our technology stack is a plus but not a requirement.


Along with all the benefits you'd expect, we also offer up to one month international travel per year. Work remotely from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection. We'll even give you $1,000 to send you on your way.

Contact me at alex@goconspire.com (or jobs@goconspire.com).

Administrate (http://www.getadministrate.com/) Edinburgh, Scotland. We build online software for training companies that helps them run their entire operation.


Full Time Developer

We're looking for a full time developer who can start on our support team dealing with bugs and smaller dev projects for the first 6 months, then move on to other things.


Full Time Graphic Designer (Design & HTML/CSS)

We need someone who can take charge of our branding and all things look and feel. You must be able to bang out great HTML/CSS.


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

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

We're growing really quickly, have a challenging product that's mission critical for our clients, and we're located in one of the most beautiful cities in the world. We have fantastic offices at the Edinburgh Tech Cube (http://www.techcu.be) with spectacular views of Arthur's seat and the Meadows.

You'll need to be eligible to work in the UK - we can't sponsor visas unfortunately. Email me if interested, my name is John: jjp@getadministrate.com

Intercom https://www.intercom.io/

Our mission is to make internet business personal. We think the current sate of customer communications tools is a mess—a bunch of disjoint tools designed to reduce human contact, encouraging massively impersonal customer experiences. We're building one, simple platform for all web and mobile businesses to connect with their customers. Thousands of companies have replaced customer support, email marketing, CRM, marketing automation tools with our product. We have raised $7.75MM to-date. We have extremely solid revenue and revenue growth. We have amazing team of ex. Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon engineers and designers. We think we can be a very, very valuable, and impactful business. We love talented, big-thinking, happy and creative people. We hate short-term thinkers, self-promoters, big egos.

San Francisco

Product Marketing Content Marketing Financial Analyst Visual Designer Support Engineers https://www.intercom.io/jobs/support Ops Engineers https://www.intercom.io/jobs/ops


Product Engineers Product Designers https://www.intercom.io/jobs/design Project Manager https://www.intercom.io/jobs/design/project_manager iOS Engineers Visual Designers

Contact Macey in confidence: macey@intercom.io

I don't see a posting for financial analyst.

Blue Apron (http://www.blueapron.com) is an NY start-up that delivers everything you need to make fresh meals. We've raised $8M 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 year, are producing revenue and shipping more than 100,000 meals a month. We're looking to add a fourth developer to our (currently) small engineering 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://www.forbes.com/sites/natalierobehmed/2013/08/15/blue-...

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

Sr. Software Engineer / Al Jazeera America

We use: Ruby on Rails and Adobe CQ/Java. We support/encourage test driven development, pair programming and have a first class pair programming environment / stations, but we also have the private/solo desks and laptops.

We use XP. We love innovation. We built stuff for TV using Quartz Composer + XBOX Kinect.

Email me - I'm VP, Digital Engineering:

Gal Steinitz - gal.steinitz (at) aljazeera.net

check out the job posting: http://aljazeeraamerica.theresumator.com/apply/N8SNub/Senior...

Monetate - Conshohocken, PA (Philly suburbs) - No remote, but we will relocate.

Monetate helps digital marketers make their content more relevant. We turn data into action on our clients' sites by doing real-time data analysis and DOM manipulation to put the right experience in front of their users. We’re looking for engineers who want to do highly visible work on great brands and solve tough problems with great coworkers.

What we're looking for:

* People who like hard challenges - we have great problems across our products - huge data sets, UX, 3rd party Javascript, high volume / low latency APIs - we have no shortage of fun problems to work on.

* Problem solvers who like to code - we take things apart, figure out how they work, then build software to solve our users' problems.

* People who like to ship - we're focused on building and shipping great products - if you like to see your work in production quickly you'll see it here. We ship often (every two weeks), and iterate.

About us:

* Respect - it's our core value. We have a great team and we work well together. Our vacation policy is the same as Netflix (we don't have one). Our technical project teams are self-organizing and have full authority over (as well as responsibility for) the problems they work on.

* Founded in 2008

* Open source - Google Closure, Python, Hadoop, Mahout, Solr and Lucene - we're open source across our stack

* Funded by First Round Capital and OpenView

* Market rate salaries

We've hired great people from HN before -- and we're looking for people not positions. We have people who have joined the team with no background in our primary languages and people from non-traditional backgrounds.

Check out our blog at http://engineering.monetate.com/

Send me a message if you have questions or want to apply: karl at monetate dot com

(This is mainly aimed for people in Mexico)

Hello, The company I work for is growing quite fast. Right now there are a lot of open positions form various technical roles (requiring varying degrees of technical skills) in Guadalajara.

Among the open positions there is:

- Software Engineer: Responsible for developing amazing software. Requiring outstanding programming skills.

- Technical Support Engineer: Responsible for of solving customer technical issues. Requiring great communication and problem solving skills. Must be technical (know web-dev technologies) but not as hardcore-developper as for a Software Engineer.

- Technical Support Engineer II: Same as previous, but with more experience in a tech-support role.

- Technical Support Manager: Same as previous but with experience in a managerial roles.

- Front-End Software Engineer: Responsible for implement next-gen front-end solutions. Requiring very good (ninja/leet/hax0r etc..etc ) skills in front-end development (you will implement what the clients will see!)

- Technical Lead/Technical Manager: Responsible for leading a team of Software engineers. Requiring very strong technical background (like having High Availability software for lunch).

The full list of available positions is: http://www.ooyala.com/about/careers

Para aplicar pueden enviar su CV a: careers-mx@ooyala.com Y digan que vieron el anuncio en ycombinator :D Ooyala ofrece un ambiente de trabajo muy padre, trabajo mano a mano con ingenieros y otros colegas de Mountain View (es bueno tener disponibilidad para viajar), seguro de gastos médicos mayores, performance-bonus, desayuno, comida y cena gratis. Cerveza gratis 24/7 (no... no nos la pasamos borrachos todos los días... y hay de varias marcas :P). Y sobre todo, la oportunidad de trabajar en una tecnología de la cual es en el momento oportuno para crecer: video en línea.

Cualquier pregunta o comentario con respecto a alguna de estas vacantes o Ooyala en general no duden en contactarme! p.s. Perdón por mi spanglish

Notting Hill, London, England, U.K.

Our web application is at the heart of our busy e-commerce business; every day it serves millions of product images and handles thousands of purchases - but we can and do update the live site with new code anytime we want without missing a beat. Our systems are written on the LAMP stack and we are migrating to Symfony 2 as our MVC framework. Developers choose the tools that work best for them - for instance, we have a mix of Linux and Mac workstations in the team. We are adopting and adapting agile development techniques such as test-driven development, pair programming, and continuous integration. We hold regular retrospectives to improve our working environment and lightning talks to share cool ideas whether work-related or not. Our developers are generalising specialists whose typical day may include refining an algorithm, writing a tricky integration test, tuning a SQL query, and discussing feature nuances with a product manager. Our team is growing fast and we'd like to hear (at careers@secretsales.com) from any of you who'd like to join us; we're hiring for all technical roles.

Established in London in July 2007, Secretsales.com is one of the UK's leading private shopping clubs, offering limited-time online sales with current name-brand goods at deep discounts. Brands include fashion, beauty, homeware, and lifestyle categories, many familiar from the high street. The company has about 80 employees and a substantial annual turnover. The firm is growing quickly after a recent investment round.

Jello Labs - Senior Engineer - New York City - http://jellolabs.com/jobs (fulltime, onsite)

We are building something awesome around mobile commerce, trying to connect the people who make products directly with the consumers who love them.

Our current stack is Go (all our backends are in Go), PostgreSQL, AngularJS and ObjectiveC and we picked them thoughtfully because they are the right tools that will help us move fast and build high quality products.

I was at Google for 5 years building the google finance charts, gmail's multiple inboxes, some maps infrastructure, and the like. My co-founder was at Fab for a little under a year. We have a fantastic team - http://jellolabs.com/team - are seed funded, and growing quickly.

More details http://jellolabs.com/jobs/senior_eng, or simply email hey@jellolabs.com.


Lead iOS Engineer

We're looking for an iOS developer with a great sense of UX, that can both build the best iOS app out there and also help give valuable feedback on building some industry-leading world class UX.

More details http://jellolabs.com/jobs/senior_eng, or simply email hey@jellolabs.com.

Q42 - The Hague/Amsterdam, NL

We're a technical web agency focused on being a "happy place for nerds" with offices in the Hague and Amsterdam. Currently looking for an all-round developer who can work at either location.

We work on all kinds of stuff, from websites and applications to smartphone apps, games, and our own products. Some of the projects we've been involved with include the new Rijksmuseum website, national transit platform 9292.nl, the Philips Hue lights, and the Staatsloterij. We have a published game, Quento (quento.com) and a product, Handcraft (handcraft.com). We love working with C#, App Engine, and Java, but whatever works for the client works for us. We also host meetups about all kinds of topics, from how best to use ElasticSearch (we're a partner) to Meteor (our website runs on it) and which JS MVC framework to choose.

Our work is primarily technical, so you'll be expected to be able to dive in wherever needed - frontend or backend - and contribute whatever skills you have to our diverse dev teams. Earlier this year we were awarded the "best workplace in the Netherlands" prize by Great Place to Work.

See q42.com for more info and our Dutch blog post about the position: http://q42.nl/blog/post/57695336048/knappe-koppen-gezocht (Dutch fluency not required, but you must be willing to learn)

Interested? Email knappekop@q42.nl. The opening officially closes this week, so be quick :)

Update: thanks for your submissions! I made a mistake in my post and need to amend it, but can no longer edit it. Here's the change: for this position we're looking for fluent Dutch speakers. Thanks!

Cambridge, MA, USA

http://www.smartleaf.com is a profitable, privately held 30-person financial SAAS company. We are looking for a person to fill a position that is trendily referred to as a Site Reliability Engineer or DevOps, but we think of as a senior systems administrator. You can write your own title within reason. This is a senior position with no management responsibilities.

You should be clever, competent, and kind. Serious experience requirements: Linux systems administration, two or more languages (many of our tools are written in Perl; the application is in C++ (back end) and Ruby on Rails (front end)), network engineering and security. You should know your way around Puppet or another systems automation tool. You must have the ability and desire to track down complex problems and solve them, learning as you go. Strong written and verbal communications skills are essential.

Nice-to-haves include Oracle or PostgreSQL DBA, large data management, VOIP and JunOS.

Full-time, on-site position with occasional telecommuting and shared on-call responsibility. Compensation includes salary, equity, 3-4 weeks of vacation, NYSE holidays, all insurance premiums, food, excellent coffee, and a collegial working environment.

An ex-employee described us as the most interesting group of people he had found outside of MIT. It probably helps if you're an SF fan.

Cover letters and resumes to future@smartleaf.com; we prefer plain text or PDF. In your cover letter, please describe an interesting problem you have solved.

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

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

We're creating a better way for people to search, browse, and share on the Internet, by connecting the services we use in a contextual way that's more usable, efficient, and social (e.g., no more having lots of windows/tabs open). 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:

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

* Search / Data Science - search / classification / ranking, machine learning, NLP, data processing/pipelining

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

We're stealth but funded by Max Levchin, Drew Houston (Dropbox), Naval Ravikant (AngelList), Michael Arrington (CrunchFund), and many others. If you're looking to join a small team that solves complex problems and is making something people will use daily, then come find out what we're up to.

jobs@vurb.com | http://vurb.com/jobs | angel.co/vurb

EnergySavvy - Seattle, WA

We're currently hiring Software Engineers (Senior and otherwise), Dev Ops, Lead Designers, etc.

EnergySavvy is looking to grow our amazingly productive development team. We know that politics and bureaucracy never make for great products, so we focus on results and creating high-quality, user-centric software. Ideas and innovation thrive in our open, meritocratic culture.

Software engineering is the heart of our company. We rely on developers to work across the company to drive features and come up with innovative ideas. Our engineering team iterates rapidly with a focus on clean coding. This means a leaner specification process and an excellent end product that's been built with the type of feedback you can only get by trying out aspects of each feature as they're developed.

As a software engineer at EnergySavvy, you’ll work with Django, Python, jQuery, nginx and PostgreSQL, and deploy your creations early and often to live customers. We don't care if you've never tried Python or Django. EnergySavvy embraces smart software engineers who are eager to learn, and if you've created great projects in Rails or other MVC frameworks, you'll pick it up fast.

More info at http://www.energysavvy.com/

Veer West (FormAssembly.com) - Bloomington, IN USA - REMOTE OK - H1B OK

We’re looking for two passionate and experienced developers to help improve and expand our web-based application, FormAssembly.

As the ideal candidate, you can craft code that’s robust and easy to maintain, switch between back-end and front-end development, and keep usability and user experience in mind at all times.

You’ll work on our LAMP stack, and occasionally on new projects with a clean slate, for which you’ll help pick the best technologies, architecture, and tools. You’ll work autonomously or with the team depending on the project, and will get many opportunities to share, teach, and learn from your coworkers.

Your work will get in front of tens of thousands of users and help make data collection easier for a lot of people, from universities enrolling students to large well-known corporations improving their business processes.

Veer West is a small, bootstrapped and profitable company. We have a large and demanding customer base in a very competitive market, so we're always looking for ways to improve ourselves and make a more reliable, secure and useful product.

Position is full-time, local or remote.

Email me at cedric at veerwest dot com or visit our job page http://www.veerwest.com/jobs

Entelo - San Francisco (Mission), CA - Full-time - http://www.entelo.com/

We're building a company at Entelo with a mission of changing how companies hire and think about talent acquisition. We have over 90 customers including Box, Yelp, Square and Groupon and recently announced our series A round of funding http://techcrunch.com/2013/06/19/entelo-the-big-data-recruit...

Our team is small so you'll play an integral role in building something meaningful.

We work out of a beautiful and well-lit loft in the Mission, close to Coffee Bar, Blowfish, Atlas and a host of other cool coffee shops and restaurants.

Some of our perks include free UberX or Lyft rides from Cal-Train or BART, 1:1 matching for donations to non-profits, and 100% coverage of employee health care premiums.

Current openings:

Engineering - http://www.entelo.com/jobs/engineering

Sales - http://www.entelo.com/jobs/sales

Marketing - http://www.entelo.com/jobs/marketing

I'm the founder and you can email me directly at jon at entelo dot com or call me at 310-351-7275.

Litmus (http://litmus.com) - Cambridge,MA - We'd prefer local candidates but could be a remote position for the right person.

We're trying to solve email marketing and we're looking for a good .NET developer to add to our backend team. We're at 20 employees and growing - 100% bootstrapped and profitable from day 1.

A typical day for one of our developers might include building a new feature in C# and pushing it to our staging servers, then hacking on some Java Android code to fix a bug, and finally pushing an update to our 1000+ servers.

You should have a strong understanding of .NET primarily using C#. We won't limit to X years experience, but you should be able to impress with your .NET skills. We're happy to introduce you to the plethora of other technologies we use.

Why join Litmus?

- Great salary, full health care benefits, 28 days paid vacation (yes, on top of public holidays!)

- The technology - it's always the latest stuff and very diverse.

- The best tools money can buy. Every developer has an SSD, dual Apple 27" LED monitors, a 10" Android Tablet, an Aeron chair and whatever else you need to be awesome.

- Our office space is amazing. It includes killer views of MIT, Harvard and Boston, an Xbox with Kinect, beer fridge, pinball machine, a Sonos sound system and our newest addition an actual robot.

- We also buy you lunch, every day.


Boltian (http://boltian.com/), Bratislava, Slovakia - Full-stack Linux Engineer / Embedded Linux Hacker. REMOTE possible for exceptional candidates (timezone is CET).

This is a rare opportunity in Central/Eastern Europe for a hard core Embedded Linux developer to join an exciting new project in the early stages of development. We are building a product that will empower small businesses to secure their networks, without needing to hire expensive outside expertise or digest thick manuals.

We are looking for generalist developers with a strong background in systems programming in C on the Linux platform and extensive knowledge of the entire Linux software and network stack.

You will be joining a small team where everyone wears multiple hats and actively participates in all parts of the product's development - we are not looking for people who are “just coders”.

Experience and/or an active interest in any of the following is a plus:

- Embedded systems (MIPS, ARM)

- IPv4, IPv6, DNS, SSL/TLS

- Zero-configuration networking (mDNS/Bonjour/uPnP)

- iptables/netfilter, netlink

- IEEE 802.11 protocol stack and its Linux implementation

- Network intrusion detection systems and algorithms

- Network security, threats and attacks


Please email me directly (address in profile) or jobs@boltian.com if interested and put [HN] in subject line. Apologies for the slightly vague job description, we are still in stealth mode on this project.

AngelList - San Francisco, CA

We are a small team making a big impact. Naval and Nivi (and really, everyone on the team) have been involved with multiple startups and want to create a community where we can set founders and investors up for success. We’re looking for like-minded, full-stack engineers and designers to join our team. To learn how we work, read up on our blog here: http://venturehacks.com/articles/1-man-startups

A few other words we live by:

• Ask forgiveness, not permission • You break it, you bought it • S/he who codes, rules • Low inventory • Be real • Sweat the details and corner cases • You must code • Do what you think is right (and be right)

Fun interview questions are here https://angel.co/help/interview. And Yishan has good ideas here http://algeri-wong.com/yishan/engineering-management.html.

Apply via AngelList


Medidata - New York, NY; Hammersmith, UK; Tokyo http://jobvite.com/m?3baUZgwZ (All listings, select Engineering for the dev jobs) http://jobvite.com/m?3DiUZgwz (Application link for NY Software Engineer) We're an established company, we're doing good work, and we're in the middle of a hiring drive. Medidata's web services are helping make clinical trials faster, cheaper, more secure, and more effective. We've already helped some new medicine get approved and released to the world, and we have close to twenty open-source repos on github (https://github.com/mdsol/ and /mdsol-share) with more on the way. We're looking for developers who are willing to spend half an hour discussing whether a certain method should be a PUT or a POST. Experience with some kind of MVC framework is a plus, since we're mainly a Rails shop.

I see there are no engineering openings in Tokyo. Any chance that you would hire people in Tokyo to work remotely with one of the engineering teams?

We (Medidata) have an R&D team in Tokyo and that is always a possibility. Email me: eandersen (at) mdsol (dot) com

ZipRecruiter (https://www.ziprecruiter.com/) - Santa Monica, CA

We're a bootstrapped startup (~40 full time employees) focused on improving how employers and job seekers find each other using the internet.

We're looking for software engineers (perl and/on python) and devops (linux/AWS/mysql/DynamoDB). We prefer candidates local to the Los Angeles area, but are open to remote work for great candidates, and have a handful of remote workers already (including myself).

We have the culture and perks you'd expect from a VC funded startup, without the burn rate. Our compensation is competitive with large tech companies. We're not big enough (yet) to have much of a bureaucracy, and we're focused on keeping that to a minimum.

If you're interested in learning more, you can contact me (I'm a cofounder - will@ziprecruiter.com) or apply here:


Vreasy - http://www.vreasy.com

Barcelona, Catalunya (Spain)


We are looking for a backend developer

Vreasy develops and markets disruptive technology in the property and travel market. US style tech startups are a rare breed here in Europe and with Vreasy, you will feel like you are back in San Francisco working on new technology for a very novel product. We're growing rapidly and want more people to join us in our office that is two minutes from the beach here in Barcelona!

The position:

* We are looking for a backend developer who is versatile in both backend and frontend webprogramming, but specialised in one of the them, preferable in backend

* Knowledge and experience of OOP in PHP and how to use it in larger codebases

* Knows Git from inside out

* Comfortable with Test Driven Development - we are doing continuous deployment with CircleCI

* Works well in a agile environment

* Good team player - we work hard but also really enjoy each other’s company

If you also like to play tabletennis and would like to spend some lunches on the beach, that would be a plus. So, please send a message to jobs@vreasy.com with an application or send an email to victor@vreasy.com (me) if you have any questions.

What are the language skills requirements? English or Spanish?

If you are looking for a Python related job check out http://www.pythonjobshq.com/ it's the job board for the Pycoder's Weekly newsletter.

TagCmd - London, UK - Full time. Sorry, no work permits, no remote.

I am looking for JS developers. We are using Backbone, but experience in Angular, Ember, Knockout or even your own client side framework is as good. We are using a bit of node.js for our fixture server, I guess we can transition a person with that kind of experience too. What really matters is that you know your JS.

This is not a startup so no equity, no foosball tables, no free lunches and such...The pay is average for London, too. So what's good about that job? We are running at a marathon pace rather than a sprint. We cleared 2 major milestones last year and no one had worked a minute of overtime. Maybe you are building a business on the side, patio11 style, or maybe you are trying to recover from a failed startup, this job would suit you well. I also try to protect my people from meetings, there are a few guys who like that.

I don't really care for CVs, if you have one send it, otherwise tell me what you did with JavaScript in a paragraph or two. Shoot me an email if interested;address in profile.

San Francisco, CA


Interested in helping build the future of currency and payments? Do you regularly run though brick walls on your way to success? Are you passionate about bitcoin? If so, you've found the right place.

We're a community of builders - engineers, designers, and entrepreneurs - who love what we do.


Meaningful equity at an early stage company Own your own projects from conception to launch Excellent health insurance Free food (lunch and dinners) A new MacBook computer The option of getting paid in Bitcoin Work whenever you work best (flexible hours) Flexible vacation - take time off when you need it Free gym membership Work in the heart of San Francisco's SoMA neighborhood (with easy access to the Caltrain) Work on a big idea that is changing the world Growth

We're currently experiencing rapid growth in transaction volume and revenue due to the public exposure to bitcoin. We're a small team that is aggressively looking to grow. Drop us a line!

Neumitra - Boston, MA (Copley) - prefer on-site

We develop wearable, connected technologies for daily brain health and performance. Our first product is a biofeedback watch to mitigate the effects of stress on daily life. We are working with high-stress professionals, including surgeons, developers, and athletes, to understand and address how stress impacts performance.

We are hiring hardware (circuit design and embedded), mobile (iOS and Android), and full-stack developers (Python and/or Clojure). Experience with machine learning and pattern recognition is preferred but not necessary, so long as you love learning. We are foremost a data analytics company using biometrics to solve questions of health and performance.

We look most for a record of building stuff to demonstrate passion in what you do. We all live to work but with flex hours to ensure you are taking care of your body and brain.

If you are local to the Boston area, or would like to move this way, please reach out to me directly at:




Quirky - http://www.quirky.com/ - Located in NYC, open to remote

At Quirky, we believe that the best ideas in the world aren't actually in the world -- they're locked in people's heads. We exist to solve that problem.

We are looking for senior developers in many departments. We have three main applications: - Quirky.com Rails / Backbone application - Quirky iOS and Android apps - Wink - Our app-enabled product line launching this fall

Our coolest perk is Quirky Blackout (http://www.quirky.com/blackout) a mandatory, company-wide week vacation at the end of every quarter. Here is where people went last Blackout: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07NlWUGFuTM

Email me at jengland@quirky.com and I can tell you more about the opportunities available!

Venmo -- New York, San Francisco & Palo Alto -- (full time) https://venmo.com/info/jobs

At Venmo, we believe paying friends should feel friendly and simple. Together with our parent company, Braintree, we're processing $10 billion/year (http://www.forbes.com/sites/amitchowdhry/2013/07/03/chicago-...). Our products include our peer-to-peer app, our Payouts API and Venmo Touch which allow other developers to easily make and accept payments in their apps.

We are currently hiring all levels of: QA Engineers, Android Engineers, Software Engineers, Data Science & Internal Tools, and Systems Engineers.

For questions or to submit a resume, email ron@venmo.com (me) - Android Engineer @ Venmo

Type/Code - D.U.M.B.O., NYC, NY. http://typecode.com

Type/Code is a small but growing design/development consultancy focused primarily on web and mobile. Clients range from local businesses (http://joenewyork.com/) to startups (http://www.slated.com/) to large media properties (http://www.architizer.com) all the way to Google (https://www.google.com/producer/currents). We're tight knit, love the work we do, and enjoy a fantastic view of the Manhattan skyline. We believe that tight integration between the design and development processes leads to the best final product.

We're seeking exceptional frontend and backend developers as well as UI and UX designers to join the team on a fulltime basis. Interns are cool too, and we pay! Some notes on the various roles and what we’re looking for:

Frontend Developer: A track record of creating pixel perfect, rich HTML/CSS/JS digital experiences.

Backend Developer: Django? We love it. Elasticsearch, AWS, Salt Stack, yeah we love those too.

Full Stack Developer: See above + kicking ass.

UI Designer: An uncanny aesthetic, and the ability to iterate on designs in the browser with HTML/CSS.

UX Designer: The ability to anticipate every possible user flow, and communicate those completely and concisely.

All: The ability and desire to take on a variety of roles and responsibilities. As a small but growing team, we see new challenges every day and are seeking some truly awesome folks to join us in tackling them.

Interested? Hesitate no longer, show us what you got: jobs+hn@typecode.com

Little Bridge World - Hammersmith, London, UK

Little Bridge mixes video game sensibilities with language learning. We teach English to millions of children in more than 30 countries. We've got a unique mix of social networking with learning, where kids can make friends all over the world to practice their English, with enough help along the way that they'll never get stuck. The company is currently expanding from web clients onto tablet and mobile and is revamping it's products to better fit how kids learn today.

Cloud services are essential to what we do, and we're looking for a lead engineer looking for a challenge who is comfortable in coaching a team to build a robust and scalable solution which includes messaging, scoring mechanisms, achievements and a whole lot more. We're developing layered services using PHP and Zend Framework, MySQL, noSQL and message queuing among others. Essential skills also should include developing applications for HA and scalability in cloud environments (clustering, replication, load balancing), Linux admin, Apache/Nginx, IP networking, network/application security, unit testing and release management. Although the current server infrastructure is developed using PHP we are open to using other languages and technologies if you can justify the changes within technical and commercial constraints.

We don't require a formal education in computer science but we expect a working knowledge in areas such as time and space complexity of common algorithms and data structures, operating systems fundamentals, database theory, concurrency and experience with dynamically and statically typed languages. Ultimately we want someone who understands and can discuss technological details at a fundamental level and is able to justify design choices and lead a team through the use of solid technical arguments.

An interest in educational products is a must!

Send an email to jobs@littlebridge.com, with a CV and a little about yourself and let's talk.

Any openings for client-side (desktop or mobile, no web)?

At the moment we are looking for a lead to help us grow the server development team but we will be looking for front end developers with experience in game development in the near future.


  * Big data visualization-as-a-service, San Francisco.

  * Launching in 3 months and actively collecting customers & funding.
WHAT: The "D3 of big data visualization" built on top of our breakthrough performance technology (http://sc-lang.com) and practical machine learning.

TEAM: A pair of award-winning UC Berkeley researchers (high performance parallel computing, programming language design, web infrastructure).

YOU: A founding engineer excited to innovate in one of:

  * visual / information design 

  * distributed / cloud computing
The ideal candidate will also have experience in applying machine learning / statistical analysis to real problems.

NEXT STEP: Send a link showing your most impressive work to lmeyerov@gmail.com and let's get the ball rolling.

San Francisco - Software Engineer (H1B welcome)

Thumbtack is a new way to find and hire local services like DJs, photographers, house cleaners, and contractors. Over 250k small businesses around the country have joined Thumbtack, and we're making real money in the local services marketplace.

The team is full of down-to-earth, practical, and intelligent people. Everyday for lunch we all sit down to a meal cooked by our in-house chef. On Wednesday nights, we stay late for a hot dinner, some wine, guests, and great conversation. Sometimes we drink beer that we've been brewing in the back closet.

Ping me (chris @) if you want to chat. Happy to meet up for coffee if you're in SF. I'll also be in Boston/Pittsburgh in the coming weeks.


MapBox - San Francisco and Washington DC

MapBox is looking for developers and designers, an Operations Manager, and a Business Development Lead.


We're a team of 30 or so artists, developers, designers and strategists working on an open platform for maps. Our platform powers everything from apps like Foursquare, GitHub and Evernote to news stories on NPR and USAToday to simple maps on personal blogs and wedding websites. Much of our work is powered by open source and open data and we're often in touch with folks at OpenStreetMap, the US Census Bureau, USGS, and NASA.

Check out what we have been working on lately on our blog:


Wrapp - San Francisco, CA - http://www.wrapp.com

Wrapp, the mobile gifting and shopping app, is currently looking for Android, iOS and Web developers to our San Francisco office.

About Wrapp:

* Fast growing start-up with 1.8+ million users

* Backed by LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman (Greylock) and Skype co-founder Niklas Zennström (Atomico), who are both members of the board

* Small and agile engineering team of 15 engineers in which you will be able to make a great impact

For more info look here: http://www.wrapp.com/jobs

Apply to jobs@wrapp.com (including code samples or GitHub link is a plus)

Want to work on Ubuntu? Canonical is hiring.

General careers page : http://www.canonical.com/about-canonical/careers

Specific to my team, I'm looking for someone to keep up with X.org, Mir and the various graphics related packages: https://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH03/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?or...

EDIT: I should note, nearly all positions are remote including the one on my team.

Mind if I pass on the link to your comment to a friend of mine who might be interested (and isn't precommitted to grad-school right now like I am)?

Chicago, IL (Loop). Full time. Clojure and ClojureScript

OpinionLab is seeking a Sr. Software Engineer with strong functional programming skills to join our Chicago, IL based Product Development team.

About Us:

We help our clients listen to customer feedback and respond in real time. We have established clients (Wal-Mart, Bank of America, Ford Motor Company, Verizon, PayPal, to name a few) with production solutions for feedback ranging from Websites and mobile devices to In Store Displays and physical goods. We process structured and unstructured data into actionable customer insight. Our philosophy is so simple it's groundbreaking: listen always, listen everywhere.

Tech Details You Care About:

- Frontend: ClojureScript, Bootstrap 3 - Backend: Clojure, Storm, Redis, ElasticSearch, Datomic, PostgreSQL - Monitoring: Sentry, StatsD - Deployment: AWS. Git->GiHub->BuildBot->((Archiva<-Salt) or (S3<-CDN))

What We're Offering:

- Competitive salary commensurate with skills, education & experience - Generous benefits include medical, dental, life and disability insurances, paid holidays, vacation and sick days, 401K with employer match, & FSA plan - Casual workplace environment in the heart of Chicago - Interesting problems - Fun technology

Our Requirements:

- Willingness to use (possibly learn) Clojure and ClojureScript - Self-motivated with ability to work in informal and relaxed environments - Unnatural love of your REPL - Proficiency with a development environment (Mac, FreeBSD, Linux, Windows, just be good with something) - Strong written, visual, and verbal communication skills (we like whiteboards) - Fluent in English - Experience with message-passing systems

Your Responsibilities:

- Understand our system from top to bottom - Code what needs to be exist - Test the under tested - Document the under documented - Help wrangle life on the bleeding edge (we keep things like core.async and Storm under internal CI out of necessity) - Know or learn the languages and tools we use - Participate in design discussion, tech reviews, and open source projects as necessary

Reach out to careers@opinionlab.com

CS Disco - Houston, Tex. - FT or INTERN

Disco is 10x faster, 10x cheaper ediscovery software that lawyers use to find evidence from millions or tens of millions of documents and emails collected in investigations or litigation. Search Enron's emails: http://demo.csdisco.com/

Our CEO is a litigation partner and the youngest graduate of Harvard Law School (at 19). Our COO is a cofounder of Trust Egg (YC W11). Our CTO is the former CIO of publicly traded Sonic Foundry. We have $400k in seed funding from Casi Labs, the technology division of a law firm, and are currently raising a VC round.

Customers include some of the largest law firms in the country (K&L Gates, Morgan Lewis), midsize law firms and litigation boutiques (Susman Godfrey, Gibbs & Bruns), and large corporate litigants (AIG, Cameron, Orix, Westlake Chemical). 60% month-over-month recurring revenue growth since January 2013 launch with 0 churn (no customer has yet left).

ENGINEERING - We are looking for 1 front-end engineer or designer with tech skills and 2-3 back-end engineers (C#,.NET, IIS, RavenDB, Lucene).

Problems include: (1) scaling highly performant (1/3 second search, 1/10 second document navigation) database and search to 10TB+ document sets (tens or hundreds of millions of documents); (2) automating document classification based on lawyer classifications of other documents within and across databases; and (3) real-time processing, analytics, and search of corporate email and documents in place, i.e., automating the internal audit and compliance function at large corporations.

Send a resume and code samples to Gabe Krambs at krambs@csdisco.com. Market salary.

SALES AND MARKETING - Sign and support channel partners (vendors who sell software and services to law firms and corporate litigants) and develop and present marketing material at trade shows and sales pitches. Graphic design, public relations, and proven sales skills strongly encouraged.

Send a resume to CeCe Cohen at cece@csdisco.com. Base plus commission.

If you want to work in law or legal technology, you should contact us even if this particular product doesn't seem immediately interesting.

Watertown, MA - http://skimbox.co/ Skimbox is an intelligent mail app that puts important messages first. It marries the security enterprises need with the style users demand. We are a small team (12) just outside of Boston, MA. Right now, looking for a Full Stack Developer/Dev Ops and Machine Learning Engineer. More info: http://skimbox.co/jobs/ Or just email us: hr@skimbox.co

ZEFR- Venice Beach, CA. Work with YOUTUBE, premier content owners and Fortune 100 brands!

Silicon Valley rates, Visa sponsorship, no remote workers. All levels of Python Developers. We provide a killer work environment with the smartest engineers in the nation. We have free, catered food, a beverage bar including beer! Bikes, surfboards, paddleboards, basketball court, and weekly jam sessions.

Data Scientist : http://hire.jobvite.com/j/?cj=oiQyXfwn&s=HackerNews Python Tools & Infrastructure Engineer : http://hire.jobvite.com/j/?cj=oEINXfwQ&s=HackerNews SDET- Software Development Engineer : http://hire.jobvite.com/j/?cj=oBm6WfwJ&s=HackerNews Software Engineer - Mid Level : http://hire.jobvite.com/j/?cj=opDQWfwy&s=HackerNews Software Engineer (All Levels): http://hire.jobvite.com/j/?cj=okWoXfwl&s=HackerNews Sr. Software Engineer : http://hire.jobvite.com/j/?cj=otDQWfwC&s=HackerNews

UpOut - SoMA San Francisco. No Remote.

Merchant Relations 3 Month Internship

UpOut is a discriminating guide to the best weird parties, underground culture and unique happenings in your city. Our mission is to help make that epic night out, perfect first date or relaxing afternoon happen. We are a small passionate team started by two best friends in their dorm room. We've been through Tandem's incubator and are backed by some of Silicon Valley's best investors.

What You'll Do Since the early days of UpOut, we've worked to help the culture maestros of San Francisco, the event organizers. These awesome people put together the events and activities that define the culture of our beautiful city. As part of the Merchant Relations Team, you'll focus on building strong lasting relationships with local merchants. You will work directly with merchants to help make their events amazing. Although your core competency will be in creating persuasive promotion campaigns, you'll also use our vast event expertise to advise them in their event making decisions. Your core responsibilities will be:

- Advise event organizers. You'll be working one on one with event organizers suggesting better event names, images and putting together promotion plans. - Learn and perform analysis. Use data to build better processes within the Merchant Relations team. You'll be able to affect the tools we build, the process and more. - Research the event business. Read, think and write about the event industry to get insider insights into the business. Of course, you'll also go to a ton of events.

You have great communication skills, attention to detail and boatloads of creativity. You're that friend who plans for everyone else. Previous sales experience is a huge plus. You're hungry to learn more and think that a small (but fast growing) team is the best place to do that.

This is a paid full time 3 month internship (2 weeks training + 10 weeks work). A full time position may be offered at the end of the internship based on performance.

Please apply at http://www.jobscore.com/jobs/upoutinc/merchant-relations-int...

LightSide - Pittsburgh, PA

JOB TITLE: Software Developer – Educational Technology

LightSide is hiring an experienced Java developer for a full-time position working on our machine learning tools for educational technology that improves student writing. This position will be extending and improving an existing backend system, thinking critically about performance optimization, concurrency, and security issues, as well as adding new features and functionality on a regular basis.

This job will be highly collaborative, working with our team of machine learning researchers, frontend developers, and a user experience designer. Our web services are built in Python using the Django framework; while your primary responsibilities won’t focus on this code, you may find yourself on forays into it on occasion.

No experience with machine learning or natural language processing is necessary or expected, but you need to be eager and interested in finding out how those tools work under the guidance of experienced researchers from Carnegie Mellon’s Language Technologies Institute.

This employee will work out of our office in Pittsburgh, PA, and compensation will be competitive and based on experience.

Skills and Requirements

Ideal candidates will have an active interest in educational technology, are interested in using machine learning for real-world benefit, and have prior experience with: * Java backend development in live, large-scale customer-facing web services * Working with continuous integration on Amazon Web Services or another cloud host * Dealing with databases and storage, in the context of large volumes of large files * Concurrency wrangling, potentially with specialized JVM languages like Clojure * Agile development on a small, dynamic team.

About Us

LightSide (www.lightsidelabs.com) is developing state-of-the-art technology to support writing and education – including automated assessment, formative feedback, and revision assistance for student writers. We’re a spin-out from Carnegie Mellon University, and our founders have published more than 30 papers in the fields of natural language processing, machine learning, and computer-supported collaborative learning. Our office is located in the Shadyside neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

HRL Laboratories - Malibu, California - http://www.hrl.com - Contract - works on cutting edge research as a prime on DARPA and other ARPA-style research programs and for Boeing and GM. We are about 400 strong, mainly consisting of engineers and researchers.

My team is looking for a talented developer. Experience in building development tools and plugins would be a huge plus. We use Haskell, Java, and Matlab/Simulink/Stateflow.

Please contact me at my username at hrl dot com.

Potato - London, Bristol, Mountain View.

Potato is a 70-person developer-lead agency based in London, UK with offices in Bristol, 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 Django developers, and senior UX designers in London, Mountain View & Bristol UK.


Smarkets, London, Software Engineer, Python, Erlang & Mobile

Smarkets is disrupting the global betting industry by offering a modern betting exchange with significantly lower transaction fees than the competition. We're a well-funded company with a small, agile development team, and our platform has handled over £365 million of bets since launching in 2010. Smarkets has been featured in publications such as Wired, The Wall Street Journal and TechCrunch and was recently selected as part of the Startups 100.

We're building a reliable, low-latency exchange system to facilitate automated traded strategies, as well as a fast, modern web interface. Our team constantly works on significant, challenging software engineering problems; if you're fed up of writing yet another boring CMS, we might be able to help. The Smarkets platform is written predominantly in Python and Erlang, and relies heavily on asynchronous programming techniques and REST. We make extensive use of version control, configuration management and automated testing, which allows us to reliably deploy code to production several times a day.

Our team builds on a modern, open-source software stack which includes Linux, Vagrant, Flask, Eventlet, PostgreSQL, RabbitMQ, ElasticSearch, Graphite, Chef and Git.

For more info: http://info.smarkets.com/about/jobs/

EventMobi - Toronto, Canada - Full-Stack / Infrastructure & Operations Engineers - http://www.eventmobi.com/about/careers/


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 and an Operations (DevOps) 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, be part of and lead the growth of engineering team. 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. Our stack looks like something like this:

- Heavy use of Javascript (we use Angular and Backbone)

- Python / Flask

- MySQL / Redis / MongoDB

- Dozens of nodes on AWS automated by Chef

- Jenkins for CI, Cucumber/RSpec/Karma for test automation

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

Trulia - San Francisco, CA (H1B transfers)

Trulia is one of the largest real estate search platforms in the United States with over 35 million unique visitors across our platform every month. We're solving interesting problems and building cool things in nearly every software engineering discipline.

We're hiring across the board - frontend, mobile, devops, data scientists, data warehousing, and pretty much anything and everything in between.

Our core web/api platform is a traditional LAMP stack, but we use a ton of other technologies as well including: Python, Java, Hadoop, Solr/Lucene, CouchBase, Backbone, d3.js, Sass, Git, etc.

The company has a fantastic culture that puts a focus on exploring new ideas and technologies. As an example, one of our VPs dropped what he was doing and built one of the very first Google Glass apps after it was released.

We have quarterly hack weeks, mind/body/spirit days, unlimited vacation time, great health benefits, full kitchens, and a roof top patio that's hard to beat on a sunny Friday evening.

This is the third or fourth time I've posted to HN and we are getting great responses (we've already hired three or four engineers from these posts). You can find more information and apply directly from our jobs page - http://www.trulia.com/jobs

If you have any questions you can contact me directly aflanagan[at]trulia.com

ënimai - www.enimai.com - Mountain View CA - Full Time, no remote work.

ënimai develops hardware and software that pushes the boundaries of what is possible with computers. ënimai believes technology should be magic. We are looking for extraordinary programmers. Programmers who, true to the spirit, can work with any programming language to solve the problem at hand. Generalists who can become specialists in any field. Experts in fields where we are pushing the boundaries of what is possible. Algorithms, computer vision, machine learning, math, robotics, ad-hoc wireless & Bluetooth, mobile (iOS/Android) and very low power embedded systems. The team has previously built very successful products at Apple, Amazon/Lab126, Google, HP Labs, NASA, OLPC, etc.

You will be challenged and pushed to your limit. You may have to rewrite your favourite C++ library to work in a system with 8KB RAM or scale it to massively parallel machines. You will be responsible for every bit of memory you allocate and every CPU cycle you burn.

You will be rewarded with better than industry pay and equity. However, the biggest reward will not have dollar figures attached to it. It is the feeling you get doing what you do best and making an impact in this world.

Apply at http://enimai.theresumator.com/ or drop us an email at stdin@enimai.com

ok, but what on earth do you do? Your site is just as details free as your post

Don't bother, they are just yet another resume black hole.

@zerr : We have hired our best engineers here. We try to be diligent about our responses to resumes submitted. You should at least get an automatic "Thank you for Applying" from the jobsite. Please let us know if you didn't.

Anyway looks like we didn't respond to your posting on HN about working from Europe for the July edition of Who is hiring. As a hardware startup we currently would like to be under one roof. Hopefully in the future we can bring on remote employees and will post on HN saying so.


Good to hear actual human response from your company. No, I didn't receive any automatic reply. I emailed to your stdin address.

Anyway, all the best for now, and hope you add REM0TE to your future postings.

@x0x0 - unfortunately we are in stealth mode right now and can't reveal too much more. If the post piques your interest please do reach out. Thanks

So you're making networked mobile robots that can send data back to a central server?

without confirming or denying anything you said... why central? :)

On the second hand, as long as I'm in the Bay Area until the end of October, would you want to get together in Mountain View one evening and talk about what your company does? I can agree to nondisclosure, obviously, and have no noncompetes on my head.

Because "massively parallel" machines, especially of the kind used for vision or ML processing at large scales, are often centralized.

Would that you had an Israeli branch I'd be sending my resume in, but I am not moving to Mountain View.

MongoDB the leading NoSQL database is seeking top notch talent! Locations - New York, Palo Alto, DC, etc... (We are growing!)

- Experience with non-relational databases is not needed. We will provide a deep intensive training course that will teach you the inside and outs of MongoDB. - - - - Hot Jobs - -

-SOLUTION ARCHITECT: Solutions Architects are responsible for guiding our customers and users to design and build reliable, scalable systems using MongoDB. The Solutions Architecture team at MongoDB is made up of seasoned software architects, entrepreneurs and developers who take direct responsibility for customer success, including the design of their software, deployment and operations. -


-CONSULTING ENGINEER: As a technical consultant, you'll be MongoDB's ambassador to our clients and other MongoDB users. Consultants can assist with all phases of MongoDB implementations, such as configuration, testing, optimization, deployment architecture a best practices reviews.-


-TECHNICAL SERVICES ENGINEER: Our global services team is experienced in development, networking, security, support, systems, and much more. Successful members of the Technical Services team will not only be comfortable diving into uncharted waters, but will be excited to solve new problems facing companies today.-


- If you are interested, please send your resume or online profile to Careers@mongodb.com. We will review your profile and contact you if there is a good match. -

Orange Harp Inc - San Francisco, CA.

We are building a mobile platform that helps users discover, recommend and buy products that are great in quality, craftsmanship and eco-friendliness.

We are a small team in SoMA and we have cut our teeth at companies like Lookout, Vodafone, Buffer and Apple. We are looking for:

* Full stack engineer: to design and build the backend platform and REST APIs. Building REST APIs involves complex algorithms to deal with large amounts of data about products and users. The backend platform is our revenue platform. Needless to say, it is a critical part of our business too.

Are you a hacker at heart? Do you enjoy writing elegant, robust, scalable and maintainable code using Ruby and Python? If you love learning new technologies and have the mindset to roll up your sleeves and contribute to build a great product and a great company, this is the perfect job for you!

* Product designer: we believe in design being a big asset of our product. Making emotional connection with people through user experience is what makes a product stand out. If you believe the same and you love technology (both mobile and web), this job is yours!

We're an early stage startup. You will get to learn everything about building a product and a company. You will be rewarded with better than industry standard salary and equity options. The most exciting of all is to build a product that people love and to make their lives easy!

Interested? Drop us a line at - anbu@panacheup.com

MongoDB the leading NoSQL database is seeking top notch talent! Locations - New York, Palo Alto, DC, etc... (We are growing!) -

- Experience with non-relational databases is not needed. We will provide a deep intensive training course that will teach you the inside and outs of MongoDB.- -

- - Hot Jobs - -

-SOLUTION ARCHITECT: Solutions Architects are responsible for guiding our customers and users to design and build reliable, scalable systems using MongoDB. The Solutions Architecture team at MongoDB is made up of seasoned software architects, entrepreneurs and developers who take direct responsibility for customer success, including the design of their software, deployment and operations. -


-CONSULTING ENGINEER: As a technical consultant, you'll be MongoDB's ambassador to our clients and other MongoDB users. Consultants can assist with all phases of MongoDB implementations, such as configuration, testing, optimization, deployment architecture a best practices reviews.-


-TECHNICAL SERVICES ENGINEER: Our global services team is experienced in development, networking, security, support, systems, and much more. Successful members of the Technical Services team will not only be comfortable diving into uncharted waters, but will be excited to solve new problems facing companies today.-


- If you are interested, please send your resume or online profile to Careers@mongodb.com. We will review your profile and contact you if there is a good match. -

REMOTE (from Europe) possible for the "right" candidate? I'm more interested in senior C++/engineering positions

Team Coco Digital (teamcoco.com)

Location: Burbank, CA

Position: Full Stack Developer, Full Time

Details: http://teamcoco.com/content/web-developer


Fetchnotes - Cambridge, MA. Interns and full-time. We make your notes and to do lists better, not just better organized.

We have a really simple and effective product for keeping track of reminders, ideas, etc., but what I think is really exciting about our business is the R&D we're doing to automate those things or find relevant context/information.

For example, you write down a book you want to look up, and we show you where you can find it. You have a grocery list, we let you know when you're within a block of a store that has those items. The possibilities are endless, and there's just as much product strategy that needs to be determined there as there is code. But we believe that productivity software can do so much more than empower the procrastination they do today.

Looking to add engineers with experience in mobile development (Android in particular), JavaScript (we use Angular, but experience with another framework like Backbone or Ember will suffice), machine learning and natural language processing. As far as NLP goes, we're doing some really unique things that involve more statistics than typical NLP toolkits, so a good stats background will be helpful.

Backed by TechStars Boston and a group of fantastic angel investors and venture capitalists, we're a young, close-knit and energetic team of 6 who believe that simple products, engineered properly, can make a big impact on people's lives. We hang out after work frequently, have dinner together at least weekly, and are genuinely friends (not just co-workers). After big releases, we'll usually take the day off to do something fun like laser tag or kayaking. I believe in hiring people that I want to work with over the course of a career, not just for a particular role today. At the end of every interview I ask myself, "In 10 years, will I regret not having had the opportunity to work with this person?"

Also, we were #2 on Hacker News last year when we accidentally called 2,000 people bitches: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=3557813

Sound interesting? Send your Github and a little about yourself to alex@fetchnotes.com. If you want to learn more about us, check out angel.co/fetchnotes or kareer.me/discover/fetchnotes.

Just a heads up, I went to fetchnotes.com in Firefox (23) and got nothing but a blank blue page with the following errors: http://i.imgur.com/zjBXqSx.png

Nevertheless, I checked out your site in Chrome and I'll send my application later today :)

Are you using Ghostery or something else that blocks Mixpanel and other things like it? We noticed a bug surface like this when people use those add-ons.

Looking forward to your application! Already a good impression by finding one of our bugs :)

Are you guys interested in a part-time intern that just graduated?

As long as the rest checks out, I don't see a problem with it. Shoot me an email at alex@fetchnotes.com and we'll chat.

Toronto - Uken Games Software Developer (full time)

Uken is looking for talented software engineers to become members of our core development team.

You'd be working on meaningful things like:

- creating performant, cross-platform games;

- building game features that are deployed weekly to our millions of players;

- writing beautiful, maintainable code with extensive test coverage.

Your background should include:

- proven software engineering skills;

- excellent understanding of web architecture;

- the ability to communicate clearly;

- an appetite to learn, grow, and take on increasingly more responsibility;

- a strong desire to build something that people really want.

It'd be a big plus if you have:

- experience developing games;

- experience building applications for mobile platforms;

- contributed to an open source project (include your github profile);

- experience with the technologies we use: ruby on rails, objective-c, javascript, nginx, mysql, linux. We believe in a fun & meaningful work environment:

- you'll be equipped with a MacBook Pro/Air, 27" monitors, iOS/Android device;

- stock options and competitive salaries;

- full health, dental, vision coverage;

- snacked-filled kitchen and booster juice breaks;

- catered breakfast, lunch, and dinner;

- convenient location downtown Toronto

About Us

Uken is one of the only true cross platform gaming companies around. We build fun social and mobile games that make people stare, smile, jump, and feel awesome inside. We have a quirky nerdy culture that fosters creativity, collaboration, quality ideas, and a data driven mindset. We believe in moving quickly and improving constantly and that mantra is reflected in the weekly updates we make to our games and internal technologies. We have an appetite for pushing technical boundaries and we’ve done exactly that with HTML5. We work on products that are used by millions of people everywhere and we’re just getting started.

Contact info? The application form on your website doesn't have a space for a message/introduction/cover-letter.

A friendly suggestion: if you are interested to work with (recruit or apply to) someone you are already connected to but hesitate to ask for whatever reason it may be, Jobrupt (http://www.jobrupt.com) may help you to make the first step towards her/him. It's a free small utility inspired by some form of matchmaking and it has proven useful for some small circle. I hope it helps some more people, so give it a try.

Kira Talent (https://www.kiratalent.com) - Toronto, Canada

At Kira Talent, we help employers spot high-performers earlier in the hiring process through timed video interviews.

A bit about us: * we’re a small team (you’d be #9), based in the heart of downtown Toronto * we’re well funded and have had paying clients since day 1 of the company * we’re hiring designers and all types of devs -- mobile, frontend, backend, analytics * we think even enterprise software can be beautiful, and pride ourselves on our design * every single one of our developers have committed code within their first day at work; some within their first hour

Here’s some stuff we’ve been working on lately: * building infrastructure to allow us to scale our video recording and streaming * re-building the UI-heavy sections of our product using AngularJS * designing and creating our mobile suite for both job candidates and employers alike * presenting analytics data captured in our product to the end user, and our team internally

We use Python/Django, JavaScript (jQuery, AngularJS), ActionScript, MySQL (and some MongoDB), but you’d be free to choose your own tools and libraries.

If this sounds fun, let’s chat! My name is Konrad, and you can send me a note at konrad@kiratalent.com. :)

StoryApp (http://www.itunes.com/apps/StoryApp) - Remote, looking for equal equity CTO to help build the next version of a wooden robotic friend become indistinguishable from a human being. Objective-C on the front and Rails on the back. Using Redis, Mongo, Elastic Beanstalk.

A bit info on the culture can be found on https://adamandluna.com

CoSo - San Francisco, CA

We're a profitable startup who just took $10M in investment. We do secure, scalable web conferencing managed services for large enterprise and government customers like Google, General Motors, SAP, Charles Schwab, KPMG, USAID, IMF, FEMA, DOD.

We're looking for a Frontend Dev who is flat out terrific at javascript. Our stack is backbone, underscore, require, sass, html, and css. We have a great team and we're excited to grow it even more.

We're looking for a couple development operations team members. We're doing interesting things in systems engineering right now. We have 7 global data centers, virtaulized on esx, split environment between windows and linux. The business problem is really interesting, we're going to build a new automation stack on modern technology to replace a legacy in-house stack that's existed for a number of years. We've started to look at automation through puppet and openstack but are still early in the project and open to kick ass people bringing kick ass ideas.

We're also hiring an office manager and some sales people if interested.

If interested check out http://www.connectsolutions.com/company/careers or e-mail me at matt@connectsolutions.com.

Asana - San Francisco (H1B, INTERN)

At Asana we are building a shared task list for teams in an effort to re-imagine the way people work together. As knowledge workers, we and our loved ones spend most of our time living in programs (email, calendar, document editors, etc.) that help us move and manage data, and get things done. This is an opportunity to improve that part of our lives.

Our founders Dustin and JR started Asana after they saw some internal tools they prototyped at Facebook spread through the company and substantially boost teams' productivity. Since our launch, we've seen tremendously positive response from both press and users.

We've also built some pretty breakthrough web technologies ( http://asana.com/luna ), assembled a best-of-the-best engineering team (including creators of Facebook's News Feed backend, Android's sync, Yelp's ranking algorithm, Aptana's VP Eng, ...), raised $38M in funding (from Benchmark Capital, Marc Andreessen, Peter Thiel, Mitch Kapor, and Sean Parker), built a mature egoless culture, and perhaps most importantly, are earnestly pursuing a vision and opportunity that we believe has great potential for large positive world impact.

See what it's like to work at Asana here: http://qr.ae/IQgg6 and more info on our jobs page: http://asana.com/jobs

Interested? Email jobs@asana.com or check my profile if you want to discuss directly.

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

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

We are all engineers, and we all do a little bit of everything, designing and implementing our own trading strategies and infrastructure. 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 an infrastructure project is designing and building 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.

Please visit http://amacapital.net/careers.html to learn more, and, if interested, apply to careers@amacapital.net.

> Hardware like this has been on the horizon for a while, but it is just now becoming available to early adopters.


It's in most (if not all) "enterprise" storage stacks.. are you speaking about a specific type of nvram?

It's now (sort of) available directly. We can stick an NVDIMM in our server and use it as really fast nonvolatile memory, instead of buying a fancy enterprise storage system (Fusion-io, Violin, etc.) that acts like a disk and may contain any of a number of interesting nonvolatile memory technologies.

The price, size, and performance characteristics of non-volatile memory in your server and the various fast disk replacements are very different.

I was thinking of things like these:


or these more specifically:


So I guess I didn't take your "NVDIMM" usage seriously enough :) Thanks for the explanation.

Do you have some implicit requirements, like a degree from elite US schools or similar?

The requirement is that you be very good at the things we need. There are multiple ways to demonstrate this.

Well, in that case, I believe you need to be more specific in your job posting at your careers page.

Impermium (https://www.impermium.com) - Redwood City, CA

Impermium is a leader in web security, protecting against account compromise, counterfeit registrations, and malicious activity. We generate a real-time risk profile for user activity, enabling sites to take immediate, proactive action against abuse.

On the engineering side, we are primarily a Python shop, although we use the Hadoop ecosystem extensively so there is some Java and we're playing around with Scala. We are a small company of about 15 who are easy-going and super fun to be around.

We're hiring for a couple positions right now, including:

* Senior Data Mining Research Engineer - We need someone who can go from a conversation about stochastic gradient boosting distributed decision trees to a prototype and from a prototype to a fast, scalable, and robust production model.

* Senior Software Engineer - You are an experienced, knowledgable developer who has a breadth of experience and can jump in and ship code on the first day. Experience with big data is a plus.

* UX Design Lead - You'll be leading our creative design and our user interaction from conception into production. We're particularly looking for designers who have a vision for big data visualizations.

You can view the actual postings (https://impermium.com/who-we-are/jobs/index). If any of them seem interesting, feel free to send me an email (realglitch@gmail.com).

Apportable - San Francisco, CA. Experienced folks, new grads, and interns all welcome.

Ever try to port a native iOS app to Android? What if Xcode compiled your Objective-C source code to run on Android automatically, with no changes required? Our platform makes this a reality for thousands of mobile developers. And we’re growing fast.

In just one week since its launch, over 1 million users installed Dots on Android. Dots was developed on iOS using the Objective-C cocos2d-iphone game engine. Without writing single line of Java, Betaworks used Apportable to compile it for Android, where it become the #5 most popular app. We deal primarily with developers like these -- top iOS game developers -- by giving them technology they want.

We're growing quickly (team of 40, mostly engineers) and are looking to hire another software engineer to join our platform team. We're based in San Francisco and are backed by YC, Google Ventures, and other prominent investors. Experience with Objective-C, OpenGL ES, and other compiled languages will be helpful.

If this sounds interesting and you're ready to change the way that mobile apps are developed, email us at jobs+hn@apportable.com. Learn more at http://www.apportable.com/

Pretio Interactive (Victoria, BC, Canada) (near Seattle, Vancouver)

Front End Web Developer - Full Time

About Us: We think there’s a better way for advertisers to reach consumers than stuffing more ads online. We also think publishers should be rewarding users for being active on their favorite games, apps, and websites. Pretio was started to solve this.

We do two basic things:

1. We run online loyalty programs with real-world rewards that we secure from our advertisers. We then make these loyalty programs available to content publishers so that they can reward their users, free of charge.

2. We offer those rewards to other online loyalty and engagement programs for their customers, too.

About the Job: We’re looking for a talented front-end developer with design chops, who’s comfortable with owning and iterating on the design of our product’s UI. You’ll be primarily responsible for the design and direction of our new user-facing features, with your work being seen by millions of people. We’re nice people, in a growing company, with a highly collaborative environment where your ideas will be heard. Help us build the future of advertising with a product that people will love!

Join us in Victoria, consistently rated one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and best places to live in Canada.

See the full description at http://pretiointeractive.com/jobs

Feel free to reply directly to me if you have any questions : alim (dot) jiwa (at) pretiointeractive [dot] com

KlixPlus is a profitable and growing company that is hiring a developer / sysadmin with experience in high-traffic websites. (the websites you will work on currently serve ~500k visitors a day)

Some things we use every day and love: Linux, Git, GitHub, Vim, nginx, Varnish, Memcached, Rails, Python, PostgreSQL, Redis, Javascript, also a plus if you have experience with TDD/BDD.

You should be fluent with linux server administration, Rails development and be comfortable working with adult material. We allow full time telecommuting. We pay for coworking/office space if you want it. We have offices in Las Vegas and Queensland, Australia if you want to work on-site. We allow our developers to contribute to open source. We get to pick our tools and technologies on new projects. We take you to RailsConf if you want to go. We pay competitively. Our company owners are technical and understand how development works (refreshing!). This role will work closely with our product manager in the EDT (UTC+10) time zone.

We would prefer that you start work around 12-1pm PST and it works out even better if you are already live in Australia.

To apply: Drop us a line and show us one of your projects, a GitHub/StackOverflow profile, or anything else you're proud of to: jobs@klixplus.com

DevOps Engineer at Grindr in Los Angeles, CA

Grindr is among the top highest grossing apps in the iOS app store and boasts some of the most engaged users across all social networking apps. We are looking for DevOps Engineer who can help build out the future of the Grindr system and while maintaining the existing infrastructure.

Responsibilities include:

    Develop the next batch of systems and infrastructure to support the growing and highly engaged Grindr user base.
    Help improve ops automation and monitoring throughout the system
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

    Strong general programming skills, especially Java and Ruby
    Strong scripting skills
    Experience building and maintaining high volume, large scale networks
    Strong hands-on experience with JVM, Rails, MySQL, and NoSQL technologies
    Experience using AWS technologies such as EC2,RDS, Cloudwatch, and Elastic Beanstalk 
    Passionate about technology and enjoys challenges
    Able to contribute and work independently on a small team
    High tolerance for ambiguity and an ability to clarify such situations

    Knowledge of Erlang, XMPP, eJabberd
    Experience with mobile platforms and technologies

Indianapolis, IN - Courseload - Relocation assistance provided

Courseload, Inc. (http://courseload.com) is looking for two top-notch, self-driven & disciplined developers to help us deliver first-rate online course experience for our users. We have built an excellent team of front- and back-end developers, and want one more of each to join our team.

The front-end position must have experience with MVC frameworks, especially Backbone + Marionette. I am not BSing when I say we've got one of the most insanely talented devs I've ever known leading the charge on our front end right now, and we're looking for someone who can hit the ground running with the technology and our pace. (http://www.courseload.com/jobs#frontendarchitect)

We're also looking for a release engineer which is probably best described by the job listing: http://www.courseload.com/jobs#releaseengineer

Either contact me at the email address in my profile or apply through the jobs page linked previously.

Stealth - Munich, Germany - Full-time, permanent Candidates can come from anywhere around the globe and do not need to speak German.

We are an ambitious, Munich-based, start-up looking to build the next generation search engine. We’re looking for equally ambitious talent to join our team as we research, develop, and apply state-of-the-art search and data technology.

Our office culture is centered around curiosity, playing with new ideas, and pushing boundaries. It is a place to experiment—so we’re most interested in candidates who are passionate about learning.

Candidates must also be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment with challenging and, at times, demanding team. We are a team who are driven to push technology to the next level.

The technologies we’re working with include, but aren’t limited to: . Map-Reduce . Social signals . Distributed systems . Machine-learning/Boosted decision trees . Text mining . NLP . Feature Extraction . Distributed Learning . Big data . Indexing, Fast-Tiers . Web-Crawling, Deep-Web

Candidates must have a background in mathematics, computer science, electrical engineering, information technology, or something similar. He/she must have good coding fundamentals and the ability to learn new languages quickly. An interest in attacking challenges around state-of-the-art technology is a must.

Preferable: knowledge of Python/C/C++ . Preferable: knowledge of either Machine Learning, NLP, Distributed Systems, Crawling, Indexing, or Data Science.

First step in the recruitment process is an online coding challenge. Submit your CV/resume to jobs@cliqz.com and we will send you the challenge.

Carnegie Speech - Pittsburgh, PA

Carnegie Speech is looking for a software engineer with PHP/Javascript experience to work in adapting the Moodle learning framework to our needs. Thus any Moodle experience is a plus. You can see the job description at


Arachnys - London, UK - LOCAL

Arachnys is a business intelligence search engine for companies operating in emerging markets. We sell a search aggregation and workflow product to some of the biggest companies in the world to help them keep their businesses out of trouble. The Evening Standard (bless them) called us one of "London's hottest techs" so come and find out for yourself.

We're a small team of 10 (5 technical) near Old St roundabout and are looking for a junior dev to join our growing team.

1-2 years' experience working solo, in an agency or for a startup would be ideal. Familiarity with Python is a big plus (extra points for Django) but we'll look at anyone with demonstrable thirst to learn and experience with comparable technologies in different languages.

See https://www.arachnys.com/jobs for application instructions and a full spec. We love candidates who highlight their GitHub contributions - a repo is worth a thousand words.

If you're not sure you match the profile exactly but enjoy working with new technology, big data sets and real problems drop me a line at david [at] arachnys [dot] com.

Boltian (http://boltian.com/), Bratislava, Slovakia - JavaScript, HTML5 and Frontend Guru. REMOTE possible for exceptional candidates (timezone is CET).

This is a rare opportunity in Central/Eastern Europe for a frontend UI designer and developer to join an exciting new project in the early stages of development. We are building a product that will empower small businesses to secure their networks, without needing to hire expensive outside expertise or digest thick manuals.

We are looking for developers with experience in JavaScript, HTML5, UI development and design to help us build our product's UI from the ground up as a modern client-side “single page application” using YUI* and HTML5.

You will be joining a small team where everyone wears multiple hats and actively participates in all parts of the product's development - we are not looking for people who are “just coders”.

Experience and/or an active interest in any of the following is a plus:

* UI and interaction design

* HTML5 single-page application development

* HTML5 canvas, SVG

* Network visualisation

* JavaScript visualisation libraries (eg. d3.js)

* Modern JavaScript frameworks (eg. YUI, Backbone.js, Angular.js)

* Netscape Navigator 1.1

[*] Feel free to convince us to use your framework of choice instead.

Please email me directly (address in profile) or jobs@boltian.com if interested and put [HN] in subject line. Apologies for the slightly vague job description, we are still in stealth mode on this project.

Lookout is hiring! Making the mobile world safer is an incredible technical challenge. There is no better reason to come to work in the morning than to solve thorny problems. https://www.lookout.com/about/careers

A few of the positions that are especially important to us right now are:

* Senior Android Engineer - We get the complexity of Android OS and are looking for candidates excited about touching multiple layers of the stack and working with our Infrastructure and Ops teammates to make this corner of mobile safer for everyone in the world. http://grnh.se/4ebqyp

* Server Engineers -We're looking for experienced devs who can build services, design APIs, and grok complex systems to support hundreds of millions of users and petabytes of data across multiple services. http://grnh.se/kwhj7s

* Senior MySQL DBA - We're looking for a Sr. MySQL Database Administrator to help us manage and scale our data tier, as well at helping ensure its integrity and availability. Lookout deals with large volume and throughput of data, ranging from the petabytes of backed up user data, to our Mobile Threat Network, which helps us identify and block malware, plus all the other stuff that goes into supporting a large website. http://grnh.se/23gy4x

The full set of job listings you can apply to is at https://www.lookout.com/about/careers You can also email me directly at jeunee.simon@lookout.com

Emcien - Atlanta, GA

We are looking for a developer with significant experience developing interfaces using modern js/coffee frontend frameworks.

Emcien develops interfaces into intricate data analysis information, performed on graph structures and visualized in several applications. These are built on D3, backbone, rails, and mysql, with a dollop of other technologies where needed (The core science is performed in an extensive C library built, tested, and used via ruby FFI.

The environment is pleasantly community-focused, combining the nicer features of an established company (like job security and solid benefits) with much of the feel of a smaller start-up (tech-focused atmosphere, significant developer control over process and direction, and opportunities to pay down technical debt before it becomes crippling).


It can be hard to tell if a company would be a good fit from a job posting, so feel free to make conversational contact first - you can reach me at emueller@emcien.com (I'm an engineering lead) if devjobs@emcien.com seems too impersonal.

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) to work in either of our offices in the locations above. 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 for development). 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!

Distilled, London - Creative Front End Developer - http://www.distilled.net/jobs/creative-front-end-developer/

We're looking for a front-end developer to build all sorts of creative content. You'll be someone with experience but not yet at a senior level, keen to pit your wits against a variety of new challenges in this ambitious online marketing agency. You'll work both on client and internal projects.

- Lively, fun office in central London - 30 people Mario Kart room, table football, beer o clock, an annual happiness budget for each employee.

- Relaxed working environment with an energetic and passionate bunch of people.

- A growing company that never wants to stop learning.

- The chance to take ownership of problems and solve them in creative ways.


- Fluency in JavaScript, HTML5 and CSS3

- Strong understanding of user-interface design principles

- Comfortable with the Adobe Creative Suite – particularly Photoshop and Illustrator

- Experience with responsive/mobile web design, jQuery, cross-browser testing and JSON

£27,000 to £32,000 - while we are willing to consider any reasonable salary request, we reckon it’ll be around this amount.

Salt Lake City, UT - Lucidchart

Lucidchart is building world class graphical applications in the browser and on mobile devices. Lucid is startup founded by Karl Sun, a former Google exec, and Ben Dilts, our CTO. We're profitable and rapidly growing in every dimension of the business and need people to join our team. For fun we raft river rapids on company retreats, have Friday BBQs, and eat lots of pizza. 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) - Lucidchart is powered by one of the largest Javascript codebases on the Internet (about 250k lines of JS), 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

All applicants email resumes to jobs@lucidchart.com.


We are a Health company http://www.oceaninformatics.com/ whose leaders created the openEHR standard, which is slowly taking over the world as the best way to do Health computing.

We have built the oceanEHR platform based on the openEHR standard, and provide this platform to others to build systems, we also build our own products and systems on this platform.


We are looking for full-stack engineers, although positions would lean to front (Html + CSS + AngularJS + Javascript + c# + asp.net MVC + DB tech) and rear (c#, core platform code, web services, integration tasks, xslt, messaging protocols, NHibernate, DB tech) - You'll probably end up learning it all over some period. We just want strong engineers who can learn anything.


We are a distributed team, with folks in Darwin, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, UK That being said, for these development positions we are aiming for folks in Adelaide (will work from an office) or Brisbane (work from home with occasional face 2 face).

- working remotely is hard, please consider if you have the maturity to work unsupervised, and the ability to work in physical solitude without going crazy.


What your working week will look like:

- lots of new software development - some support of existing products and systems, bug fixing, enhancements - few meetings

So, if you are voracious learner, an initiative taking developer, likes hard stuff, cares about what they build, then we would love to hear from you.


Adam Webber

Very interested in this. I am located in Perth, would you consider remote from here?

I imagine that if they have Darwinites, they can have Perthans.

Yes, get in touch.

Counsyl - South San Francisco, CA

Counsyl is a medical genomics startup in South San Francisco, California. Our goal is to make the human genome practically useful for life-altering decisions.

We invented the Counsyl Test, a breakthrough diagnostic intended for parents planning to start a family. It was featured in the New York Times, named one of Scientific American’s Top 10 World Changing Ideas, and won the Wall Street Journal Innovation Award for Medicine. Our test is now being used for 12% of all carrier screens in the United States.

The cost of sequencing human genomes is plunging - over 5x faster than the cost of computing; the potential impact on preventive healthcare and the medical landscape is boundless. The science is there but the scale isn’t. That’s where Counsyl comes in. We are building the technology platform to make genomics useful and accessible to everyone.

The vast majority of our operations are powered by our own custom-built infrastructure on a Python/Django/Postgres stack, from ordering to lab processing to billing. We’re building new tools, new workflows, and new infrastructure to solve the challenging problems of a technology startup involved with not just bits, but also interconnected physical components like lab robotics and patient samples.

We're hiring:

Software Engineers (https://www.counsyl.com/jobs/software-engineer/) Web Developers (https://www.counsyl.com/jobs/software-engineer-web-dev/)

And many more positions at http://jobs.counsyl.com

Sounds awesome.

SMSgrupp, Stockholm, Sweden, Remote/Relocate Lead iPhone developer and Lead Android developer

SMSgrupp is a free tool for group communication that works on all mobile phones, regardless of model or age. It is used by hundreds of thousands of ordinary people sending millions and millions of messages. Increasingly, those message are being sent from smartphones, and your job will be to make sure that our messaging app competes with the very best. We are now rebuilding from the very start and want you in from the beginning. You will be the one who leads this effort in close collaboration with our backend engineers, operations team, and designers.

The main quality we’d like to see in a candidate is simply the ability to ship solid code. And enjoy doing it. If you have iPhone apps in the app store, and a proven track record of delivering quality code on tight deadlines, that counts for more than any number of impressive degrees.

Since it's a lead developer we are looking for we will expect you to want to be working full time together with us in our office Stockholm.

We look for: Solid knowledge of tools and language (Objective-C, iPhone/iPad SDK, Cocoa etc or Java, Android SDK etc respectively) Strong understanding of software engineering principles and object-oriented concepts. Pride in writing simple and beautiful code. Product sensibility and understanding of interaction design. Solid understanding of database concepts and experience with SQLite. Understanding of computer security (authentication, basic cryptography, networking principles). Not scared of saying “I have no idea how to do this, but I’ll learn”. English speaking and writing skills (Swedish is a plus but not needed). A sense of humor and a light heart.

About us When the 2010 edition of the Stockholm "24 Hour Business Camp" started SMSgrupp was still just an idea. A simple but innovative idea: Why not use SMS, a channel that almost everyone has access to for many-to-many communication and thereby cover the need for people to communicate in a group? Now we are expanding our operations across three continents and growing quickly. Given that we five devs in the team you will be a critical part to our operation :).

Our new offices are situated near the water in central Stockholm, at Götgatan just beside Slussen.

If this piques your interest, drop us a mail and say hi at jobs at smsgrupp dot se. We would love to hear from you!

* SF - Rails/JS Product Focus - HALF-TIME with benefits

* SF - Rails/JS Product Focus - FULL-TIME

* SF - Product/Infrastructure Reliability/Performance Focus - HALF-TIME with benefits

I mentioned a couple months ago that we have a couple engineers who work half-time-ish (and do their own things the rest of the time) and it got some positive feedback: http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=5235860

We're looking to hire a couple more engineers who are interested in being part of a team but would prefer to work 24-40 hours per week instead of the usual 50+. We're also looking to hire someone full-time (40ish hours per week). If this sounds interesting let me know (ragalie@verbasoftware.com)


About us:

The college textbook market is currently being disrupted. Verba helps colleges and universities transform themselves so that they a) embrace the power of transparency and the internet, b) become agents of change in the textbook industry instead of agents of reaction and c) continue to make approximately the same profit margin from course material sales.

About 300 colleges and universities use our applications to acquire low-cost inventory and price textbooks competitively. Then millions of students visit our white-labeled sites to transparently compare the bookstore's offers against online competitors, and around 80% of students choose to buy from their local bookstore.

We're looking for people familiar with some of Ruby, Rails, Clojure, MySQL and JS who can help us grow faster. We have a great team, embrace new technologies (we just switched to Puma, we're moving to the JVM so we can use Netflix's Hystrix project to reduce API-related downtime), but also care a lot about producing and maintaining a stable, solid product for our customers.

The ideal person has strong Rails knowledge, solid testing practices, a good head for architecture and knows enough JS to help out on front-end. Additional pluses are a stats background, experience with Hadoop and knowledge of scheduling algorithms.

You can check out our website (http://www.verbasoftware.com) to read about our current products and hear people say nice things about us. :)

Pascal Metrics, Washington DC (Georgetown)

We're a healthcare startup focused on improving patient safety in hospitals.

Our software platform enables clients to detect, track, and analyze patient safety issues across hospital systems.

Highlighted positions:

Java Engineer - Core Java developer to help build out our SaaS platform. Experience with play! framework, event processing, distributed systems a plus.

Systems Engineer - Engineer to build scalable infrastructure based on puppet. Linux and scripting experience required. Configuration management experience a plus.

UI Engineer - Front-end developer with knowledge of CSS, HTML5, Javascript for our SaaS platform. Knowledge of MVC frameworks and CSS organization desired.

Check us out at http://www.pascalmetrics.com

Full job listing: http://www.jobscore.com/jobs/pascalmetrics/list

If you're interested in getting involved with healthcare, improving work culture, and tackling hard technical challenges, please feel free to reach out to me directly to chat in detail.

theo at pascalmetrics.com

Iterable (http://iterable.com) - San Francisco, CA.

We're a bunch of ex-Google and Twitter engineers who are hellbent on creating the next generation email optimization platform. This means writing code that improves the lives of our customers (series seed and series A companies) and their millions of email subscribers.

We're using a powerful, modern, lean tech stack (Scala, Play! Framework, AngularJS, ElasticSearch, Postgres, CoffeeScript, LESS) that allows us to ship code to production many times a day. Not familiar with some of these? No problem- we'll give you more than enough time to ramp up and learn.

Working on a small, nimble team like ours means that there's no bureaucracy and no red tape- we like to move fast and get shit done.

You'll get to work with us at our office at Kleiner Perkins' startup incubation space in SoMa.

Interested? You can take a look at our jobs page http://iterable.com/jobs or personally drop me a note at andrew@ [mycompanydomain]. Thanks!

Blurb Inc - San Francisco, CA, various positions [H1B] [TN]

The following positions are open as of an email that HR sent out on 2013.08.30: (US) PR Manager (US) Senior Payroll Accountant (US) Senior Financial Analyst (US) Software Engineer: Creation Tools, Desktop Application Developer (US) Sr. Platform Services Engineer (US) Senior Software Engineer: Web Team (US) Operations Associate (US) Technical Support Representative

I can't really speak to all the other positions, but I've been on the Web team for 5 week now and I'm really happy here.

30 second intro: http://blurb.com is on-demand publishing of print media. Say you want a book. They have a variety of tools that you can use to lay out, print, and sell your book. They're a medium sized, stable company with a cool product that people like to use.

As for my experiences: I'm on the web team. We've developed a lot of the front end stuff that users use to interact with the various book layout tools. We're primarily a Ruby/Rail team, though we're taking on more Javascript frontend stuff (primarily backbone, though we're looking into using some ember.js)

Blurb is a nice, stable place to work where you can come in, have a good time working, and go home at a reasonable hour. They strongly value work/life balance, and they don't want to burn you out. I can't speak a ton for what it's like to work here; as I mentioned I only recently started. But they seem to be doing a lot right.

If you're looking for a solid place to work, and don't have the fortitude to handle the ups and downs of an early stage startup (eg. if you like getting paid on time and with money, not stock), drop me a line: therd at blurb dot com

Palo Alto, CA


- Team: <10 heads, from MIT, Berkeley, Stanford, Google/Google Research, Facebook, Y Combinator, Microsoft Research, Palantir, IBM Research, Yahoo Research, ...

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

- Customers: Box, Jive, Microsoft, 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: strong engineers 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

Coinbase - San Francisco, CA - Full-Time (https://coinbase.com/careers)

Coinbase is a platform that facilitates the easy conduct of the digital currency Bitcoin for consumers and merchants. This includes the buying and selling of Bitcoin, secure storage of Bitcoin in the cloud, and a suite of merchant tools.

Since the start of the year, user base has grown 25x to over 250,000 users and consistently achieve weekly revenue growth rate in the double-digits.

We're looking for generalist, frontend, mobile, and security engineers to join our team of 6. Our team is made up from people that have worked at Airbnb, Google, Goldman Sachs to OkCupid. Check out some of our recent progress on our blog - https://blog.coinbase.com/

We're also looking for a Chief Compliance Officer, Customer Support Specialist, and an intern.

If you're interested, head over to our careers page and email us at jobs@coinbase.com with links to your Github, resume or any personal projects.

Priory Solutions, London, UK. Senior Software Engineer / Team Lead - C#, MVC, JS, SQL

http://priorysolutions.com - jobs@priorysolutions.com

We're a small specialist software company creating innovative software for the Legal and Financial sectors. If you like to build quality software in a challenging environment, using great tools and working with other like-minded individuals then come join us! We offer competitive pay, flexible working, the best tools, and lunchtime kubb.

We build software that's mostly .net based but also touches on a variety of other technologies - JS (for both web UI and for Firefox & Chrome browser extensions), a little C++, some python, regex, SQL Server, SSRS, Objective-C as well as of course ASP MVC, Azure, WCF, WPF, winforms, and more.

If this sounds like you, get in touch. Our intent is to hire someone to be based in our London HQ so you must have the right to live & work in the UK. Remote working might be possible if we don't find someone to be locally-based.

Aquent (http://aquent.com/) - Boston, MA.

Senior QA Engineer - Automation

Strong experience with automation tools, preferably Selenium WebDriver, Ruby, JMeter, WebLoad and other open-source tools. Focus on coding rather than record/playback.

How to apply:

Email your resume to nkotsifas@aquent.com


Allahabad, India. http://www.khitchdee.com Apprentice.

We're interested in music, teaching and building gadgets and we have solid experience in all three. We're a slow, long-term project that's trying to establish a beachhead for distinctly Indian engineering. In Indian music there is a tradition of Gharana. We're trying to adapt that tradition to engineering which is why we're seeking an apprentice. Qualifications might include a bachelors in computer science or engineering or in electrical engineering and a masters in a similar field. An excellent academic record is a good sign as is a keen interest in music. People who are disciplined and like to challenge the status quo would match well with us. Your level of experience does not matter too much one way or the other.

We pay you a pretty good salary and give you excellent equity. The position is open to everyone (not just Indians), but it's based in a small, rather sleepy town in north India.

Email us at rohit@khitchdee.com.

Ambition - Force.com Developer - Chattanooga, TN

Our product is 'Fantasy Football for Sales Organizations' where employers can select and weight metrics for employee-based teams to compete over across seasons. You can check out a demo here: http://tryambition.com

Our ideal candidate is somebody with extensive Force.com knowledge who also possesses familiarity with python/django. In addition they thrive in a less-traditional work environment where freedom and flexibility trump structure and hierarchy. They enjoy challenges, comraderie, and the occasional pedantic debate.


- Integrate Ambition with the SalesForce platform. We fully expect for this to be a tiered process starting with REST and iFrames eventually leading to native development. It is more important for us to learn and adapt to SalesForce specific use cases and customer needs over time than to simply 'crank out an app'.

- Help train an existing employee to provide platform redundancy, help hire a new employee to grow your platform team.

- Understand our stack, constraints, and roadmap. Speak up when you have opinions. Become an integral part of the team.

We will consider remote work for exceptional candidates but we strongly prefer that you can work alongside us in Chattanooga.

Feel free to send resumes and/or cover letters to: travis[dot]truett[at]ambition[dot]io

What we generally like to hear from candidates:

- Why working for Ambition interests you - Why you are the right person for the job - Any demo/product feedback

What we generally like to see from candidates:

- Side projects - Blog posts - Short, relevant resumes

Addepar is Hiring - Security Engineer - Mountain View, Ca

We are engineers rebuilding the infrastructure that powers global finance. The 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.

We are looking for a Security Engineer to focus on improving our engineering from a security perspective. If you enjoy breaking stuff and have a passion for building with a security bent, we’d love to tell you more! Smart peers, great perks, building and breaking software to ensure transparency and security.

Join us at https://addepar.com/careers/ or careers [at] addepar [dot] com.

Lumi - Los Angeles, CA http://lumi.co

Textile printing for the Maker generation.

* Lead Backend Engineer - Developing new marketplace and web-based tools on Ruby on Rails, Heroku, AWS S3, Javascript.

Lumi makes it easy to print fabric at home through innovative chemistry and software.

At the core of Lumi is Inkodye, an amazing photographic fabric dye that we developed and manufacture in-house. We're growing fast—in the past year we've shipped 60K bottles of Inkodye to customers in over 100 countries and have expanded our reach to over 600 retail stores across the world. All this with a tiny, nimble team of 6.

What makes printing with Inkodye so easy is its integration with our mobile app and web-based tools. We are continuously making it easier to mock-up and share your designs through innovative UI.

We are currently developing a new web platform that will empower communities to crowd-source the manufacturing of apparel, bypassing traditional barriers such as minimum quantities, inventory and fulfillment. Come help us build it!

Get in touch: stephan@lumi.co

Tutor Matching Service (http://www.tutormatchingservice.com) - INTERN (REMOTE OK) - Palo Alto, CA

We're passionate about making tutoring more accessible and easier for all parties involved by building THE central marketplace for tutoring. Check out our recent TechCrunch article: http://techcrunch.com/2013/08/01/andreessen-backed-tutor-mat...


We are partnering with universities like Caltech, Purdue, and NYU to disrupt the $6B/year tutoring market. In our previous work as tutors, we realized just how awful of a process it is to try to advertise and market tutoring services on one's own. It is even worse for the students looking for tutors. There is simply nowhere for them to go. Search Twitter for "math tutor" and you'll see just how many kids go without tutors because the simply can't find or afford them. It's a classic problem of an inefficient market.


The position is for a front-end engineer INTERN (REMOTE is OK). Our stack includes Python/Django, Javascript/jQuery, and Bootstrap. We have no prerequisite on experience, and only require that you are a smart, creative hacker who can write simple, elegant code. We're building front-end products and mobile apps for all platforms. There's lots to do!


Join us. Email rishi@tutormatchingservice.com with questions, your resume, and any links (Github, Linkedin, etc).

Device Magic http://www.devicemagic.com

We're looking for Rails developers around Durham, NC.

Device Magic is a profitable startup, whose Mobile Forms product helps teams collect information with their phones and tablets. Banks, breweries, engineers, truckers, market researchers, charities and tattoo parlours use us everyday to make their work easier.

Our server-side infrastructure is AWS-hosted Rails apps that allow our customers to build their forms, manage their devices, and direct and access their submission data. Our (native) mobile apps all receive their forms and deliver their submissions through this infrastructure, and we have a rich external API through which many customers manage all of this.

We're looking to build up a team in Durham to work on all aspects of this, from scaling and reliability to tackling the wonderfully long list of features we have on our roadmap. Competitive salaries, and equity.

Reach out to me (Mike, cofounder) at mikew@devicemagic.com if you'd like to know more.

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 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

ZenPayroll (YC W12) is hiring software engineers to help make delightful payroll

About us:

+ We're building the future of payroll. If you love solving foundational problems that affect millions of people, we'd love to talk with you. Just imagine that you can help your favorite cafe or flower shop pay their employees.

+ Our founders are second time entrepreneurs from Stanford who have had two prior exits. We're hungry to build something truly great and we're in this for the long haul.

+ We're funded by the CEOs of Yelp, Dropbox, Yammer, Box, Parse, and others, as well as Google Ventures, Salesforce and Y-Combinator. Full list at www.zenpayroll.com/investors.

+ Most importantly, our company values are here: https://zenpayroll.com/about.


Things we're looking for:

+ Experience with Rails | Backbone.js | CoffeeScript | MySQL is a plus but not a pre-requisite.

+ Interest in using a test driven development process. We also pair part of the time.

+ Interest in building user-facing and core-backend features, as well as being an active part of the design process.

+ Desire to understand the customer perspective. All members of our team are builders and it's important everyone understands the pain point we're solving.



+ You'll be a core member of our team as we grow the company. As a result, you'll receive a competitive salary + significant equity stake.

+ Housing stipend if you live near the office, three meals a day, company retreats, gym/sports club stipend, dream work set-up, and more -- including copious espressos brewed by one of our co-founders. People are the foundation of our company and we make sure they know they're valued.


Above all, we're looking for individuals who are yearning to do the best work of their lives. You'll be amply rewarded for the work you do.


To apply, send a note to jobs [at] zenpayroll [dot] com and include your LinkedIn, GitHub, and/or any project pages.

This job is located in SoMa, San Francisco, CA. You must be local or willing to relocate (we'll cover the cost).

Industry Dive - Washington, DC - Local preferred


Industry Dive is a mobile focused B2B media startup based in Washington, DC. We’ve been named an “Innovative Media Startup” by the American Business Media association and listed by Mattermark, Inc. as one of the Top 10 Hottest publishing startups. Learn more about Industry Dive at http://www.industrydive.com/

Want to help plan and execute marketing campaigns for some of the most innovative Fortune 100 companies? Industry Dive is looking for a smart, passionate, and detail-oriented candidate to lead our advertising operations.

The Marketing Operations Manager will be given significant and varied responsibilities. Core to the role is managing clients advertising campaigns - providing excellent customer service, optimizing campaigns to maximize results, and creating detailed reports and analysis. The Marketing Operations Manager will also work with internal teams to create and test Industry Dive marketing campaigns, landing pages, and ad creative.

This is a newly created position at a fast growing startup. The Marketing Operations Manager will interact with senior management and will get to build the processes use to manage our internal operations. It’s a fantastic role for someone looking to grow in their career.

More details here: http://www.industrydive.com/company/jobs/marketing/#marketin...


We are also always looking for smart editorial interns, freelancer writers interested in covering news for a business audience, and developer interns interested in mobile technology and python/Django.

LiveRamp | Multiple Engineering Positions Available | www.LiveRamp.com/careers | San Francisco, CA

About us: LiveRamp’s leading data onboarding solution empowers marketers to activate their CRM data in their choice of online advertising platform for targeting, attribution, content optimization and more. We see digital advertising as the world's largest optimization problem, and are excited to contribute to building a future where ads are predominantly informative, engaging, and even appreciated for their usefulness to consumers. Imagine that!

We're well funded, and steadily growing. Our employees enjoy weekly yoga,catered lunches, and unlimited PTO. But the best job perk is our awesome team - we’ve got a staff of amazing people who just happen to be great engineers as well.

About you:Type S(tartup) personality is a must: smart, ethical, friendly, hard-working and proactive. You’re comfortable in multiple languages, frameworks, and environments. We are looking for full-time engineers and interns (summer or any time of year). If you think you’d be a good fit, consider joining our team!

We’re looking for smart and talented engineers for the following positions:

I’ll Be Back-End Engineer Glass-Half-Full-Stack Engineer Maximum Security DevOps Engineer Statistically Significant Data Scientist

And for new grads and interns:

Four Star Generalist Software Engineer public static final intern softwareEngineer = fall/winter/spring/summer;

To apply: Visit http://www.liveramp.com/careers or send your resume to recruiting@liveramp.com. Tell us in three sentences why you'd like to join our team and what makes you a great fit, and show us what you’ve got. We’d love to see links to sites you have worked on or screenshots of your work.

Lawdingo.com (YC W13) Seeking first employee. Company has one founder.

To get a sense for who I am, and whether you'd want to work with me, just watch the 90 second video I made for Lawdingo: youtube.com/watch?v=DQ-4tMF30e0

Ideally someone technical, extremely intelligent, UX/product genius, and interested in marketplace businesses.

I raised a fairly substantial seed round just a month ago.


Software developer, ProjectPolicy - Cambridge UK, or REMOTE

ProjectPolicy is a startup building Stat.io, a web application that lets people use open data to improve decision-making. Our vision is to aggregate data from hundreds of open data portals, which can then be visualised in one place. You can see a very early demo of the application over here:


The main technologies we're using for data processing are Python and MySQL, with a bit of Redis and MongoDB for some simple queueing and logging respectively. We're open to using any technologies if it helps get us closer to our vision.

We're looking for a software developer to join us. At the moment, the technical team consists of me (the CTO) and one intern. If you're interested or have any questions, get in touch: mike@projectpolicy.org.

You can find out more about us on our website: http://www.stat.io/

Come join a company that has hit its stride. Five years old, six people strong, and profitable, TrailBehind develops navigation apps for the adventurers of the world.

Our outdoor app, Gaia GPS, is the definitive Garmin-replacement for iPhone. Our platform powers professional and recreational mapping applications, ranging from a NOAA-sponsored app to prevent whale strikes, to the offline mapping app for Burning Man.

You can start working for us offsite, but full-time hires are required relocate to Berkeley, CA within a year.

We have openings for:

1) software developer - build mobile and web apps in a variety of languages - expertise in sysadmin and talent for algorithms valued highly, and these skills define our best engineers (85-120K, .5-2% equity, 4 weeks paid vacation, 10-12 flex holidays, health insurance)

2) intern - our last intern build most of http://cloud.gaiagps.com, and now works with us during the school year as a contractor (12-25/hour)

Who should I contact, to get some more information.


TheLadders - New York, NY (H1 possible)

TheLadders is seeking experienced Front-end Developers, Software Engineers & Devops Engineers to help us fulfill our mission of finding the right person for the right job. We've been around 10 years, are profitable, and have a team of 25 bright engineers working on the newest iteration of our job-matching site. We've rewritten it from scratch, the front-end using backbone and sass, powered by a java/scala backend. Read about what we're doing and how we're doing it here: http://dev.theladders.com/ ... Unlimited Vacation, we invest in our engineers --I've personally gone to 7 conferences and training sessions so far and I've been at TheLadders a year-- no cap on conference/training budget.

If you're interested in learning, moreover learning more about TheLadders, contact me at jconnolly@theladders.com

MTD Products - near Cleveland, OH.

MTD is hiring a embedded systems engineer for our new robotics division. We're building a groundbreaking product that will disrupt a huge entrenched industry. We're a small intrapreneurship team within a large, 80 year old company. I think it is the best of both worlds - small, agile team backed with huge manufacturing capability. We'd love to have you working with us.

We're looking for someone with 3+ years of experience programming DSPs and microprocessors from TI, Freescale, and/or Microchip. Filters and control theory with the math to back it up. We'd also love if you had a deep and abiding interest in robotics and autonomous vehicles.


If you have any questions, please email me at jeff.kramer@mtdproducts.com

Are you building a self-driving lawn mower?

Various autonomous outdoor power equipment - I can't speak to particular products.

Playlist - http://www.playlist.com - REMOTE

Playlist is a cloud-based, streaming internet radio service, a la Pandora, with plans to expand into on-demand music streaming. We currently have over 60M registered users with over 80M playlists. On a listener hour basis, Playlist generates 3X more advertising revenue than Pandora.

We are looking for full-stack Node.js developers who are interested in joining a small, remotely-distributed development team. Our stack consists of Node, MongoDB, and Angular, with a MySQL legacy database.

We are looking for someone with:

* 3-5 years minimum experience in web development utilizing modern languages.

* Understanding and experience using relational and non-relational data stores, including MySQL and MongoDB.

* Knowledge of current web standards: HTML5 and responsive design.

* Experience with front-end frameworks

* Familiarity with distributed source control tools

If you are interested, feel free to get in touch with me directly at jacob@playlist.com. I'd love to chat.

View the Space (NYC)

Rails / Javascript / iOS engineers



As a VTS dev you'll be working on all ends of the product, whether we're architecting the next new feature in our platform, or the background jobs need tweaking, or there’s a div that is out of place. We're always trying new technology to fit the appropriate situation, and at VTS you'll definitely pick up a few skills you haven't learned elsewhere. We like devs who are open to expanding their skillset and eager to become masters of all the tools we use.

We're looking for people who have extensive web OR mobile experience (or of course, both). We're a Rails shop and looking to build our first iOS product as well, but if you aren't familiar with these platforms, that doesn't mean you shouldn't apply. So shoot us an email, and let's start collaborating!

Los Angeles, CA – Software Engineer Intern. Paid internship, both full-time and part-time will be considered.

We’re building a pickup storage platform Remote Garage – think of Uber for self-storage. We’re a small team with experience ranging from storage and logistics industry to startups and software development, and we’d love to work with someone who wants to make people’s lives easier.

You are ideally a full stack developer, and most importantly, a fast learner. We hope you are experienced with:

+ Javascript, HTML, CSS + API Integrations + PHP + SQL Databases

If you know any of the following, we consider it as a plus:

+ Experience with Javascript frameworks such as AngularJS + Familiarity with enterprise systems built in Java

We offer competitive salary and opportunity to continue with us as a contractor or full-time after the internship. Semi-remote work based in Austin or San Antonio can be also considered, as I visit there a lot.

If interested, please email jaakko@myremotegarage.com for application or any questions.

Ochre, Inc - New York, NY - INTERN www.theochre.com/jobs

You will work closely with our engineering team to develop the next generation in online video. You'll have the ability to work on projects that immediately affect our clients and partners in the media and advertising industries.

We use Python/Django for web server side tasks and a host of other technologies to get the job done. Our custom video delivery system utilizes the latest in HTML5 video (and Flash where appropriate) for web and mobile devices. The successful candidate will have the ability to touch all areas of our client and server technology solutions.


- Enrolled in a CS program, or related discipline at a 4-year school

- Knowledge of the Python programming language preferred or similar server-side dynamic language

- Knowledge of Django web framework or similar frameworks.

- Basic knowledge of Unix/Linux command line and ssh.

- Ability to learn quickly and work independently

Stipend available for qualified applicants Send your resume to info@theochre.com

Farmers Insurance (farmers.com) Los Angeles, CA - Full-time Contract or Freelance

Farmers Insurance make up one of the country's largest insurers of vehicles, homes and small businesses and provide a wide range of other insurance and financial services products.

We are seeking local candidates for help build the next iteration of its website. We're specifically looking for full stack engineers who focus on front end javascript development. Ideal candidates will have the following skills (but please apply even if you only match the Javascript skills!):

* Javacript (object oriented)

* AngularJS (or similar Javscript MVC like Backbone, Ember or Knockout)

* Node.js

* Familar with implementing architecture and and frameworks based on the above

* Data modeling, business logic, UI, UX

* HTML5/CSS3, Cross browser/platform troubleshooting, Responsive Design

* Preprocessors (Sass, Compass, Coffeescript)

* API development

* Git source control or similar VCS (Active on Github)

* Jira/Confluence

* Understasnding of server side workflow

To apply, email your Github account and resume to mel.wong@farmersinsurance.com

Ebuddy BV - Amsterdam, Netherlands (Foreign workers welcome!)

My employer Ebuddy is currently hiring in Amsterdam for two positions.

1) Senior Javascript Developer - We need a really experienced frontend (ninja? haha kidding) person to help us build our chat platform for web.

2) Product Owner - We need an experienced tech hustler with great business skills to help us decide the direction of our product and make money :). Some technical knowledge will be awesome but its not required.

Check out http://jobvite.com/m?3Y3A2gwo for more info.

About us: Ebuddy is creating apps for the next generation of instant messaging. We are a not-so-big company of about 100 employees located in the centre of Amsterdam. We work hard and party even harder :)

How to apply: Send me an email at nodemaker@gmail.com with your resume, a brief personal description about yourself and what exactly you are looking for.

Conferize (http://www.conferize.com) - Copenhagen, Denmark - Full time on LOCAL or REMOTE

We're looking for people to join me and our dev team at Conferize. It's founded by some of the people behind Issuu.com. Our stack is currently a healthy mix of MongoDB, Redis, ElasticSearch, RabbitMQ, rSpec, CoffeeScript, SASS. Oh, and Copenhagen is an awesome city :)

Ruby on Rails developer - http://about.conferize.com/ruby-on-rails-developer/

Front end developer - http://about.conferize.com/front-end-developer/

Chief designer - http://about.conferize.com/chief-designer/

Concrete Data (www.concretedata.com) - Durham, NC - Local only please

We're a small company (3 partners, 2-3 employees) looking to hire an experienced .NET developer for systems integration and ground-up development projects. Our clients come from heavy industry -- civil engineering, construction, shipping, manufacturing, etc. -- where information technology stagnated a decade ago. This is our opportunity. We've built a business around providing modern, user-centric web and mobile applications to replace their aging and clunky desktop programs. Enterprise doesn't have to suck.

Being a small company, you'll be given a lot of autonomy and chances to learn. At a large firm, you may spend a decade contributing your small piece to a vast legacy sourcebase. We start 6 new projects a year. Iterate rapidly and improve your skills.

Inquiries can be sent to me -- adam@concretedata.com.

DoubleDown Interactive - Seattle, WA - Full time, permanent (http://doubledowninteractive.com/)

We just want everyone to have a good time.

DoubleDown is an on-line casual casino, currently on desktop, Facebook, and numerous mobile devices. We are looking for HTML5 mobile devs, Flash/ActionScript front-end devs, and Java/Scala server devs.

This is a fun, laid-back work environment, and we're looking (mainly) for experienced developers who pride themselves on shipping quality code.

Profitable company. ~175 people. Perks like it's still 1998. You can have a positive and appreciated impact on the company pretty much as soon as you start.

Check us out at http://doubledowninteractive.com/careers - or feel free to send me questions (my personal email's in my profile).


Street of Walls - New York, NY (SoHo) - full-time

Headquartered in New York, Street of Walls is a rapidly expanding web-based technology company that seeks to change the recruiting paradigm model. Street of Walls is recognized as one of the largest technology based recruitment firms within U.S. financial services. We’re a well-funded, rapidly-growing start-up headquartered in SoHo NYC. We are building groundbreaking products that are transforming the way recruiting is done.

We’re looking for an enthusiastic and talented senior level developer for an active role in the backend development of a next generation recruiting company. The ideal candidate will be working directly with the strong existing development team and help lead the company’s overall engineering effort.

Senior Engineer: http://stofwalls.com/1dZl0PO

Carnegie Robotics -- Pittsburgh, PA -- Local -- Full Time -- US persons only

We are a 3 year-old spin-out of Carnegie Mellon and have 25 employees. Most employees are seasoned hardware and software engineers and we push hard. Some of our work is related to landmine/IED detection robots, other work is related to smart sensors (cameras, lasers and various combinations). We have both research projects in a variety of robotic sensor areas as well as production efforts underway.

One of our sensors was recently selected to be the sensor head for the upcoming DARPA Robotics Challenge (http://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/humanoids/darpa-...)

We are hiring for the following roles, each includes a brief description of the work you would be doing:

Junior Mechanical Engineer - Mentored by our senior mechanical engineers - Lots of CAD work (SolidWorks) and designing everything from rugged housings to drivetrains to test fixtures. - Lots of 3 axis and 5 axis machined part design. Some weldment and sheet metal parts design. - Assist with testing of mechanical components

Embedded Software (junior or senior) - Work on low level control loops for hardware - Perception & planning logic - We have software on everything from Atmel microcontrollers to Atom based computers to rugged i7 computers to GPUs to FPGAs

FPGA Programmer - Accelerate our smart sensor development efforts - Bring new stereo and computer vision algorithms to FPGAs inside our existing and upcoming products

System Electrical Engineer - Design control, data, & power infrastructure inside our large payloads and platforms - Design test rigs and breadboards for products under development and for production acceptance testing

Please contact my username @carnegierobotics.com

Optimizely - SF / Amsterdam , CA. H1B/Workpermit Welcome!

631 Howard Street ( Very near to Montgomery St. BART Station )

We are the fastest growing startup in valley[1]. We have tons of openings at all levels do checkout Openings. I am specifically looking for iOS Engineers in my team.

We are looking for good VP of Eng. Let me know if you fit the bill, I can get you introduced to our cofounder.

You can apply directly on job openings site [2] or send me your resume and brief introduction ( optional ) I can get you referred through internal portal.

Awesome Benefits

- Very competitive salary with equity compensation and a 401(k) - Free Clipper card to cover your commute and convenient bike storage - A shiny, new MacBook Pro or Air, a 30" monitor, and any other gear you'd like - Full health, vision, and dental coverage for you and your dependents - Free gym membership to any Crunch Fitness in San Francisco - A fun work environment with frequent team outings, video games, and ping pong Paid holidays and unlimited vacation days. We don't count sick days either. - Catered in-office lunch and dinner on weekdays and a fully stocked kitchen - Easily accessible office location with BART, Muni and Caltrain steps away

We also have friday guest program, where I can invite you to office for our weekly company wide event, that might be good place to see our progress and what cool things we are doing. Feel free to ping me for invite even if you are not looking for job.

my email hemant <at> optimizely [dot] com / fameoflight [at] gmail <dot> com


[1] http://www.zdnet.com/optimizely-on-pace-to-grow-faster-than-... [2] https://www.optimizely.com/jobs

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 of all kinds to help us build the library of the 21st century.

We've hired SIX full-time people and TONS of summer interns from these "Who is Hiring" threads, including two this summer ... 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 (well, we use Coffeescript)

* iOS / Android

* Machine Learning / data mining / recommendations

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

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!).

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.

Scribd's vision is to build the digital library of the 21st century. Just as Wikipedia built the successor to the encyclopedia, we want to build the successor to the library. It is a big vision and we have a long way to go, but I'd be happy to tell you more about what we're working on now and how we plan to get there.

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

Dash (http://dashwith.me) - Brooklyn, NY (fulltime, onsite)

We're looking for engineer #2 to lead our web and API development at Dash. We're building something that will make dining out better for everyone. Our mobile app lets you view, split, and pay your bill at some of the best restaurants in NYC.

Our stack is Go, Rails, PostgreSQL, and Objective-C. If you were interested in working with Go and on a killer product, now's your chance. We just raised our seed round and we're looking for great people to join our team.

Ready to apply? Please send an email to jobs@dashwith.me including your resume, your favorite text editor, a link to your github, as well as why your passionate about working for a start-up. (Bonus points if you include a story of when Dash would of been helpful to you in the past!)

VINDICO Group - San Francisco, CA or Irvine, CA

I'm hiring an Android Engineer and a iOS Engineer for my team to help build tools for developers to make mobile advertising better.

As the first ad management platform dedicated exclusively to video, VINDICO allows advertisers to serve, track and measure all of their online video ad activity. Since 2006, VINDICO has been the gold standard in online video platforms, providing standardized reporting and analytics for the online video industry. The power of online video isn't just the audiences it reaches and how it reaches them. Its strength also derives from its ability to track an ad campaign and precisely measure the campaign’s effectiveness.


Android Engineer

More info: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/6945970


iOS Engineer

Email me at nbrown [at] vindicogroup [dot] com for more info.

Shopify (Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal, Canada). http://www.shopify.com/careers

If you're interested in ecommerce, physical retail (point of sale), or payments product management, talk to me directly. We have many positions I haven't posted yet.

Adam, what's Shopify's relocation policy? I am a US citizen living in New York right now, but have been considering emigrating for some time.

Are you willing to hire competent developers who don't have professional experience with Ruby, but wouldn't mind learning?

The site says to "look at the list to the right," but there's nothing there, so... There aren't any open positions? There's an empty div#jobs-board, which I assume are where the jobs are supposed to be.

Versus - Berlin/Germany - Node.js

Top 5 reasons why you should move to Berlin, now:

1. Lowest livings costs with highest quality of living. Stay in gorgeous, perfectly renovated apartments in pre-WWII residential buildings with high ceilings, right in the middle of the center and pay a fraction of costs of any other capital (even cheaper than any Eastern European capital). No need for a car—Berlin has one of the densest subway nets and wide streets make biking fun. In addition, Germany has an amazing social health care system including health, unemployment and pension (when working as an employee).

2. A vibrant and fast growing ecosystem of smart people. A vast number of new software talents, founders, software companies and VCs are moving to Berlin, every day (Twitter, Google, Soundcloud, Early Bird and many more).

3. People here are open-minded, outgoing, mix well and international—no need to learn German, everyone speaks English! Making new friends is a matter of days. Visit tons of networking and startup events, every week.

4. Easy work permissions—Europeans do not need any and can work from day one and the rest applies for the hassle-free Blue Card.

5. Berlin's night life is unmatched, huge and changing every day (plus ridiculously cheap). Berlin has got some of the most dazzling, naughty, and original clubs on the face of the Earth.

Berlin is calling and getting the new tech hub of Europe. If you are passionate about building great software, we’d love to talk with you. If you don't live in Berlin yet, we could help to fix that.

Infos on the Node position => http://urge.io/jobs#Node.js%20Growth%20Hacker%20for%20High%2...

All job offers => http://urge.io/jobs

Mail addresse => career <at> urge <dot> io

> no need to learn German, everyone speaks English!

That's only in the startup scene, really. Most tech companies' primary language is still German, and the English proficiency of people you need to interact with in day-to-day things (post office, grocery shopping, etc.) widely varies. Some people (e.g. at the unemployment agency) even outright refuse speaking English.

I agree. If you want to integrate then prepare to learn to speak German, otherwise you'll only have expat hipster friends.

Try the VHS for language learning. It is cheap and worth every cent: http://www.berlin.de/vhs/

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

Knewton's mission is to bring personalized learning to the world.

Knewton is the world's leading adaptive learning technology provider. Knewton provides the tools and infrastructure needed to create continuously adaptive learning applications driven by real-time proficiency estimation, activity recommendations, analytics, and more. The world's largest and most innovative learning companies use Knewton technology to improve student achievement in K–12 (e.g.,Houghton Mifflin), higher education (e.g.,Pearson), global English Language Teaching (e.g.,Macmillan), and other markets.

Knewton has been recognized globally as a "Technology Pioneer" (World Economic Forum in Davos), one of the world's "50 Most Innovative Companies" (Fast Company), and one of "The World's 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs" (Goldman Sachs).


Some specific openings:

* Business Development - http://bit.ly/19XZsip

* Data Scientist - http://bit.ly/17zD54D

* Senior Software Engineer - Java/NoSQL - http://bit.ly/17zDdkD

* Senior Software Engineer - Full Stack - http://bit.ly/18uZDi1

* Senior Security Engineer - http://bit.ly/14lqxJY

* Senior Product Manager - http://bit.ly/15it7yP

--> For more follow http://twitter.com/knewton_jobs

Rob - Is there a way I can get in touch with you via mail with regards to one of these positions?

Email our head of recruiting, dave@knewton

Neomind Labs, Ruby on Rails consultants - Philadelphia, PA contact: cheryl@neomindlabs.com (administrator)

Senior Rails Developer,

We are a small Center City Philadelphia consulting company focused on creating quality software using sustainable development practices. Our clients are businesses, non-profits, and academic institutions.

Job Details / Required Skills:

* Developing and maintaining Ruby on Rails applications for multiple clients * Test Driven Development * Refactor / rebuild components of older Rails applications * Work directly with customers to understand requirements and deliver usable software * Collaborate via Git

Are you frustrated with developing software "the wrong way"? Are you tired of being a big fish in a little pond?

Software development practices have come a long way. Stakeholders who are afraid to let you continuously reinvent your job are wasting their time and yours.

We are looking for talented application developers with Rails experience for full-time employment.

The candidates' primary responsibilities will be to assist in new development, maintenance, and deployment of various Ruby on Rails applications.

We always try to use the right tool or library for the right job, and we do lots of experimenting with new things.

We develop under Linux and OS X, deploy to Linux and use Git for version control.

We use most or all of the major Rails testing tools (Factory Girl, Minitest, Rspec, Cucumber, etc.)

For deployment: Capistrano, Chef On the front-end: JQuery, Haml, and Sass Other tools: Pivotal Tracker, GitHub, Semaphore, Code Climate, AirBrake, Pingdom

A desire to learn more about Ruby, Rails and good software development practices is mandatory.

Please do not respond to this if you are not in the Philadelphia area, or are otherwise unable to work with us in person at least some of the time.

Shopular - Menlo Park, CA. Series A funded startup hiring early team (first 5). No Remote. H1B ok.

Shopular (shopular.com) is creating the most user friendly and novel mechanisms for mobile to disrupt physical retail. See the intro video at shopular.com and app reviews on Android and iOS. Shopular is the highest rated app in the space with almost 1M downloads. So far the team is just 4 people and we have raised a series A from a tier 1 VC.

We are looking for: * experienced iOS engineer * experienced Android engineer * senior backend/systems/data engineer (our stack is python-django-postgresql-nginx).

You should be very consumer oriented, have strong passion for creating experiences that add value to users' lives, thrive in a small, tightly-knit team and show a lot of initiative, ability to handle responsibility and be a quick learner.

Email join@shopular.com

Hall - Workplace Communication (Cross-platform, real-time messaging)




* iOS Sr/Lead Engineer

* Android Lead Engineer

* Backend Lead Engineer (Mongo, node.js, redis, chef)




* Work on a product you'll be actively using every day.

* Be apart of a world-class team, love what you do and have a huge impact!

* Top-of-the-line MacBook Pro or MacBook Air and 27" monitor

* Generous equity grants

* Weekly company-wide happy hours

* Medical insurance with very low co-pay and deductible. HMO, PPO, and HSA options available

* Dental coverage

* Vision coverage



You can find us on Castro Street in sunny downtown Mountain View, California.


Email me personally at brett at hall-inc.com

HumanAPI (Funded startup) - Palo Alto, CA - http://humanapi.co/careers

HumanAPI is building the unified API for all human health data, and we are hiring another experienced engineer to add to the core team.

We started this company in late March this year, and are currently hard at work building the infrastructure to pull in and analyze health data from a wide variety of sources. Some of these include: wearable sensors, consumer health devices, smartphones, and genetic testing services (like 23&Me). We collect this data, normalize it, and have built an API to allow any application developer to easily and securely build applications with our service.

We are looking for a long term hire, and this position includes meaningful equity in an exciting, fast growing startup.

The person joining must be an opinionated, independent thinker and feel comfortable making big decisions. You have experience shipping real products to users. You are broadly curious, have probably had some side projects, and you have ideally hacked around with some hardware as well.

You are versatile across technologies and platforms, and can teach yourself what you don't know quickly. You don't identify with specific technologies as much as you identify with the problems that need to be solved.

Ideally, though not required, you have some experience with distributed database systems (cassandra, hadoop, hbase, etc.), security (HIPAA), and generally get excited about data, sensors, health, and how we can combine them to make people healthy at scale.

We are based in Palo Alto, California - the right candidate can work remotely for a time period, though we would like to get the whole team under the same roof soon.

Come help us build the human health data infrastructure layer.

To apply, send an email directly to andrei@humanapi.co with your background, some relevant links (github, linkedin, etc), and any questions you have :)

Cyan - Telecommute, Petaluma, San Francisco, Vancouver (Canada)

JOB TITLE: Application Software Developer


As an application software developer at Cyan you work in an agile development environment and thus are enabled to make an immediate contribution to our products and customers. Newly developed features could be released to a live production site in a matter of days. We are looking for smart people to solve hard problems. You will handle a wide array of tasks ranging from prototyping new techniques and technologies, to developing test automation, and supporting our growing customer base. You are expected to write quality code with high availability for large-scale applications in a carrier-class networking environment. You will have the opportunity to work with newer technologies including Python/Django, Graph/NoSQL Databases, Google Web Toolkit (GWT) and HTML5.


Cyan is looking to hire numerous developers with varying experience levels. Please apply if you satisfy most of the following:

* A solid foundation in computer science, with strong competencies in data structures, algorithms, and software design

* Experience with both static language (e.g. C/C++/C#/Java) and dynamic languages (e.g. Python/Ruby/Perl/Lisp/JavaScript)

* Experience with programming in Linux Experience in large systems software development or client application development

* Experience with database systems and multi-threaded / multi-process applications

* Proficiency in web server architectures is desired

* Experience in an Agile Development Methodology is desired

Employment Visa Status: Candidates currently authorized to work in the US are encouraged to apply.

Contact jobs[at]cyaninc.com or visit http://www.cyaninc.com/

Thank you for your interest!

ZeroCater - San Francisco, CA

We're scaling up our small engineering team to feed the world. Our stack consists of Python, Django, PostgreSQL, AngularJS, and Bootstrap 3, running on EC2. We iterate quickly and ship multiple times a day. We're cash flow positive and still growing like crazy.

Compensation includes market rate salary, equity, health/dental/vision insurance, daily lunches, and a really amazing team of people (https://zerocater.com/team). There's also plenty of team events and little perks just for fun (massage day, tubing trip on the Russian River, etc).

Apply via jobscore (https://zerocater.com/jobs) or drop me a line (jim at zerocater dot com).

Lead Android Engineer, Bixby Apps - SF

Lead the Android Team at a Mobile Agency

Uncover the best work of your life and become the leader of the Android division at Bixby Apps. Bixby Apps is a mobile development agency focused only on Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. We build apps for big brands like BMW, Lenovo, and The Nielsen Company. Work on the new devices and operating systems, sometimes before they are released to the public.

Android Lovers Only

Do you love playing with the newest Android devices? Do you love pushing the limits of the newest NDK? Join Bixby Apps and lead the Android Team in their process and development.

Note: We are not currently looking for candidates outside the US.

Skills & Requirements

At Bixby Apps, we understand the power of Android. Carry the newest devices and work with cutting-edge software. Fight the good fight against the iOS Team and show them who is boss.

Each applicant should have the following experience:

- 2+ Apps in Google Play Store - Database Frameworks - Drawing Custom Views - Custom Animations - Thread Management - GPS and Location - Understanding of Android Design Guidelines - Unit Testing - Get Shit Done

Join a team where making great apps and getting shit done is priority number 1. Bixby Apps was founded by developers and designed for developers. There are no development managers, meetings, or office politics. Bixby Apps is about letting the experts do what the experts do, code!

About Bixby Apps Bixby Apps is a mobile development firm providing iOS, Android, and Windows Phone app development services to large brands, small businesses and agencies worldwide. Bixby Apps has built apps for major brands like BMW, Lenovo, & The Nielsen Company. We pride ourselves on our quality-first approach to development and design. You can find our work at: http://www.bixbyapps.com

Please submit resume to jobs@bixbyapps.com

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

Chartbeat - New York, NY - Frontend or Backend or Infrastructure Engineer, Data Scientist, UX Designer (full time)


Chartbeat is a real-time analytics service designed for real-time action used by everyone from The Wall Street Journal to Al Jazeera. We're democratizing data by putting it in the hands of people who need it to make decisions and take action - right now. Just before our 4th birthday we moved into our own sprawling office in Union Square, Manhattan. We are packing it full of incredible talent. Thanks to years of hard work and amazing funding by some of the top investors in the world (Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Index Ventures, and Betaworks) we're growing, and growing quickly.


San Francisco or Seattle areas preferred, remote with discussion. Full-time.

Tipbit, Inc. https://www.tipbit.com/jobs/

We are seeking experienced engineers in:

  o  User interface development: phones and tablets primarily
  o  Distributed systems / big data / scalability
  o  Search engineering / linguistic analysis / machine learning.
Tipbit is a startup based in Seattle and San Francisco building the world’s first smart inbox for people on the go.

We use Erlang, Java, Objective C, Python. ElasticSearch, Hadoop, OpenNLP. Puppet, Jenkins, Git, Logstash, Graphite. We hope that you will bring even more tools to bear.

We use a wide variety of open-source projects, and we contribute back to them as we work – you would do the same.

Fanhattan - San Mateo, Ruby Developers

Fanhattan unveiled the Fan.TV service at D: All Things Digital in May 2013. Fan is the simplest way for people to find, watch and share the movies and TV shows they love. The Fan service is available today on the Web and through an award winning iOS app, giving consumers an easy way to discover more than one million movies and shows across 29 entertainment services, including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, HBO, ABC, NBC, Comedy Central, Xfinity, and more.

Founded in 2011, Fanhattan is based in Silicon Valley and backed by the investors behind TiVo, Netflix and Sonos.

We are looking for a strong self-driven senior programmer with great Ruby and Architecture knowledge to work on our back end development team. If you're interested, please email me at jroberts@fanhattan.com

Tubular Labs - Mountain View, CA - http://tubularlabs.com

We're looking for somebody with a pulse to help build our infrastructure. Of course your pulse is driving more than just a typical person, you'll need to be built from:

  * Python - the core of what we do
  * RabbitMQ - know when to use it
  * Distributed Systems - Storm, Queued, etc.
  * Big Data - When to use MySQL vs DynamoDB vs. Hadoop
What we're doing is big data audience understanding for video, helping channels and networks understand how to create meaningful and engaging content for their viewers. We've raised our A round and our customers love what we don, help us take it to the next level.

Interested? Contact me at: david@tubularlabs.com

Togethera - https://www.togethera.com/jobs/ - REMOTE

A couple of friends are looking for a developer to join them in London or remotely, they're building a product that connects families through private sharing and messaging.

I'm helping them out/advising them, their current stack includes a Python/Django backend/API and an Angular.js responsive frontend. They've already got an MVP built and have families using it, and they want someone to help them expand it. It's early-stage, so you'll be building the actual user-facing product and directly seeing how users like it.

Send them an email if you're interested! I definitely recommend them, they are really nice guys too.

Pathgather (http://pathgather.com) - New York, NY

We're a promising ed tech startup in NYC looking to make our first engineering hire. We're completely bootstrapped (and intend to stay that way) and currently a team of 2.5, but already with a Fortune 200 company on board as a paying customer.

Our stack consists of Postgres, Rails, Redis, and lots o' Angular. We're looking for a quick learner who has experience with any of the above, however how minimal that may be. API development experience a huge plus.

If interested, ping me at jamie@pathgather.com. Check out our Angelist page (https://angel.co/pathgather) for info on salary and equity.


We (Intercom) are hiring ops engineers in San Francisco and Dublin: https://www.intercom.io/jobs/ops

We've lots of interesting things to work on, including:

* Spliting our monolithic rails app in to discrete services

* Redesigning our data storage to handle the next 100x growth

* Improving fault tolerance within the application until there are no single points of failure

* Shrinking the time taken from a push to master until production deployment to less than 10 minutes

* Building tools and processes to help us detect and respond to operational issues quicker

* Increasing visibility in to app performance by working on our graphite or logstash infrastructure

* Designing and rolling out a websocket infrastructure capable of handling hundreds of thousands of concurrent connections

Plaid is hiring full-stack engineers in San Francisco.

-Plaid is an API for Bank Data. We're making finance simple and accessible by helping developers to programmatically interact with banks.

-We're backed by the best in the business (Spark Capital, Google Ventures, NEA and more).

-We won the Disrupt Hackathon when we built an app on our platform. http://techcrunch.com/2013/04/28/rambler-takes-home-the-disr...

More details at http://plaid.io/jobs - or send an email with your github and linkedin to jobs+engineer@plaid.io.

15 Gifts - London, Brighton (http://www.15gifts.com)

15gifts is changing the way people shop online through a unique and intelligent decision engine platform - learning from the buying decisions of like-minded shoppers to help customers quickly find their ideal product. We're growing rapidly and our technology already powers some of the largest corporations in the UK including Virgin Media, Orange, T-Mobile and The Times.

We're looking for an experienced Python developer. As an early stage employee (there are currently 5 of us), you will get the chance to shape the technology stack, as we develop a new python-based platform.

I'm happy to chat about our plans and the role. peter.fine@15gifts.com

Harwell Space Cluster, Oxfordshire, UK - Satellite Applications Catapult

3 roles open – Data Engineer/Scientist, Web UI Developer, Visual/Graphics Designer

The Satellite Applications Catapult is looking for enthusiastic and passionate software developers with an entrepreneurial spirit to help us push boundaries and find new ways to utilise and exploit satellite data. Along with vast amounts of satellite data (>7PB), we also have a 28 screen videowall to visualise the data, a 3D projection suite, an operations centre, high performance compute and cloud computing infrastructure, raspberry pi systems, arduino boards, 3D printer, oculus rift, Kinect and Leap Motion as tools to work with, and a culture of innovation where the traditional ways are challenged and new ideas and techniques are championed.

Launched in April 2013, the Catapult is a not-for-profit organisation. Our vision is to be a world leading technology and innovation centre helping businesses of all sizes to realise the potential of Space. We bring satellite service providers together with businesses to facilitate new opportunities and innovation. As part of this we are creating a software platform that will lower the barrier to entry for using and exploiting satellite-derived data and services, and innovating with new techniques in data management and visualisation.

Our culture is exciting and innovative. A great example of this is we offer employees the opportunity to spend 10% of their working time on ideas and projects. If their ideas develop into commercially viable projects, the Catapult will help find funding to spin the idea into a business venture. Our benefit package includes; 28 days holiday, a generous pension scheme, life insurance, a cycle to work scheme and childcare vouchers.

Right now we’re building a core team of developers to pull together the base platform, with plans to expand as more projects develop.

If you are interested in joining us check out https://sa.catapult.org.uk/vacancies or email career@sa.catapult.org.uk for details.




Bot & Dolly seeks a software developer with an interest in the physical world to help us advance the state-of-the-art in computational design workflows for robotics.

------- Description -------

This developer will:

- Extend an existing platform for motion control with features described by product visionaries

- Work closely with the engineering team to design stable, long-lasting system architecture

- Participate in end-to-end testing from design thru production with robotic work cells

- Document ferociously and iterate quickly

------- Qualifications -------

The ideal candidate meets the following qualifications:

- A strong foundation in computer science fundamentals

- Demonstrated experience with C# (ideally, though our technology stack is not Microsoft based), C++ or Java

- Experience developing software outside of an academic environment

- Experience with client/server applications, multi-threading, UI development

- Experience with fabrication technologies, geometric modeling, or robotics and their respective tools of the trade

------- About Bot & Dolly -------

We're a diverse team working in San Francisco amongst robots, shop tools, and film equipment, drawing upon a multitude of disciplines to build tools for motion. We're looking for people with a big appetite for technical problems, a deep toolset, and an active imagination.

This position may be structured as a short-term contract or a full-time staff position, depending on the interests and qualifications of the candidate.

For more information, please send a brief introduction, resume, and links to any relevant work to jobs@botndolly.com



Ruby/Rails Engineer @ clypd - Boston, MA. USA

Who we are, what we do We are bringing digital advertising to the TV experience. People are consuming TV in all sorts of cool new ways: Roku, TiVo, tablets, mobile. We are bringing digital advertising into this new world. Ads that people actually want to see. Ads that make a difference.

The Opportunity

We are looking for amazing engineers that want to make a profound difference at an early stage company. Engineers that want to learn the latest stuff and apply it to some really interesting problems. Ad Tech is as bleeding edge as it gets. You need to get a lot of processing done in a short period of time. The quicker and smarter your technology is, the more money you make. Systems need to be wicked scalable to handle billions of requests per month. These are really fun problems to solve.

What stuff we think you will do

You will be learning all aspects of the system and contributing to them. You will work with the rest of the engineering and product teams using Agile methodologies. You will use Continuous Integration and Test techniques to build rock solid code. You are going to love working here.

Stuff we hope that you have done Achieved at least a Bachelor in Computer Science / EE / Computer Engineering, developed scalable systems using Ruby/Rails, Javascript and used NoSQL databases. We hope that you have worked at small companies or startups and are as passionate about making awesome products as we are.

No recruiters, please. Boston region applicants, please.

Give us a shout! We want to talk to you! Sorry, no recruiters please. Please send resume to jobs [at] clypd.com

Clypd is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status.

Listing here:


Lead Developer - AngularJS and Rails

Remote or Local - Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Torig is shaking up an old industry with a mobile-first scheduling and routing web app for a specific trade.

We are an early-stage company and working with us will be an opportunity for professional and personal growth. We have built a team, are financed, and are ready to hire an experienced technical lead.

Your expertise and great technical skills will turn specifications and ideas into action on Web and Mobile Platforms. You will need to own and guide the development process to a successful launch. We keep tight feedback loops to ensure efficient development.

We are a results driven team using Agile/SCRUM methodologies to build successful products. We offer the freedom to work remotely and make your own hours. If you are part time, you are welcome to have another job simultaneously, but you will end up leaving that job for us!

Your competitive salary will be augmented with available stock options.

We like people who really like:

• Ruby on Rails

• JavaScript, Angular.js or similar frameworks, and Node.js

• HTML 5 and CSS 3

• Writing and interfacing with APIs

• Clear and effective communication

• Working hard to build great things

If you are not a life long learner and do not like being creative, this is not the job for you! We value our company culture as much as your skills.

About Torig

Torig is highly experienced in its target market and its team has a proven track record of success.

Our product has been thoroughly researched and planned. We follow the Lean Startup methodology. We are a bit obsessed with user experience and want to build the best products possible. Our team is dedicated, accomplished, and fun.

Our product is currently in development with an excellent team and we are building a flourishing and lucrative business.

Please contact me at Info [at] Torig.com

I was going to email you, but I feel that it would be beneficial to other job seekers if I posted here instead. This is a rather vague listing, and I don't think there's any way I would apply without a few key questions being answered.

• Can you be any more specific about the nature of your target market? If not, what prevents you from discussing it?

• How can I verify that the company is "highly experienced in its target market and ... has a proven track record of success", given the absence of a website or any discernable press?

• When you say that you're "building a flourishing and lucrative business" and that your "results driven team ... build[s] successful products", is this a reflection of the company's actual status or just its hopes?

If you actually value "clear and effective communication", you might consider a full rewrite of this job posting with honest details.

Gamesys - Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

We run one of the world's largest casual game portals, active in 30+ countries. Some quick facts:

  - 15 million uniques per month
  - 10M page views per day
  - Powered by AWS, PHP, Laravel, Redis
We're an informal team working on a highly profitable product. We are looking for a full-stack developer to help us grow our platform on desktop and mobile.

You will:

  - work on the next gen HTML5 gaming destination
  - push code to millions of users
  - work in an informal team
  - have a competitive salary on flexible hours
  - work in our canal-view office, minutes from Central Station
Interested? Get touch with our technical founder: sebastiaan@gamesysmedia.com.

Chicago, IL -- Python/PostgreSQL/Linux

Prometheus Research (http://prometheusresearch.com) is hiring a software engineer proficient in Python to help automate our software delivery, assist in data processing pipelines, and help improve our open source RexDB (http://rexdb.org) platform. Interest in HTSQL (http://htsql.org), Ansible, Docker/LXCs is a plus.

Ideally you are in Chicago, or New Haven, CT; however, Telecommute is available for the right person who is dedicated to improving medical research practice and tools.

How exactly does one apply for this position? Your website doesn't mention anything about Chicago.


http://rtop.com/ | http://createcoolshit.com/

Brooklyn / NYC / Philadelphia / LA

RTO+P is a full-service ad shop based in Philadelphia. Last month, we won Ad Age's "Small Agency of the Year (11-75 Employees)" award. We serve clients like Under Armour, NBC Universal, Planet Fitness and more. From a tech standpoint: we focus on the speed and quality of our work, and embrace bleeding-edge techniques and philosophies wherever we can.

We're looking for: Tech Lead, Lead/senior Rails engineer, Senior front-end developer, and more. We're approaching hiring with a "smart people first, skills second" mindset, so get at us. Agency experience is not required.

Philly people: Welcome to your new favorite place to be. The office in Philly is rad beyond description - built into the former penthouse apartment of John Wanamaker, directly next to Philly's City Hall, and loaded with more quirk and haberdash than you'll likely ever be able to fully observe. This is the beating heart of our agency. We've got an impressively sized (and growing) tech team and we're working on creating and building the best god-damned websites, apps, and experiments the world's ever seen. Seeking all positions.

Brooklyn/NYC people: This summer we opened a tech-focused outpost in DUMBO, Brooklyn. We're still building the BK team and are seeking developers, product people, and tech-centric designers. A small amount of travel can be expected, mainly to Philadelphia every few weeks (costs fully covered).

LA people: We just opened a killer office in Venice. We're looking to fill this office out as a mini-agency within the agency, capable of both full autonomy and working as part of the larger agency machine. Seeking all positions.

Please contact me at interactivejobs@redtettemer.com - attach your resume (required) and anything else to impress (code samples, portfolio, side project link, etc.).

Interviewstreet (http://www.interviewstreet.com) - Mountain View & Bangalore, part of YC S2011.

Interviewstreet's recruit product helps companies hire programmers using coding challenges. A ton of top technology companies like Facebook, Amazon, Adobe, Walmart-Labs, Evernote, Box, Quora and many more are our customers and it has proved to be insanely effective (saving ~50-60 hours for every developer hired)

We are a team of 25, well-funded by top-tier investors (YC, Khosla Ventures, Jawed Karim, SV Angel) and are growing really really fast. That statement of fast growth might sound cliched, but our revenues grew by 210% (yes!) last month and we have a ton of enterprise deals in the pipeline to keep up that momentum.

Meanwhile, we also launched a new product (hackerrank.com) to create a community of programmers in different domains of Computer Science - AI, ML, Image processing, security, etc. The aim is to build a place to get every problem solver in the world and add an engaging layer on the top - contests, jobs, prizes, office hours (Eg: hackerrank.com/quora) from companies who are our customers already.

2 years from now you can imagine us to be in a position to have 20-30k technology companies using our recruit product and 100-150k active programmers on hackerrank making it effectively a hugely powerful platform to connect programmers with right opportunities (jobs, contests, cash prizes to solve real-world problems, learning a new domain, inventing a new technique to solve a problem and many more) in the fastest way. And when this happens, it will help ship products faster thus accelerating the pace of the world.

It's a tough mission ahead but we are all geared up. Everyone is so passionate and hardworking that sometimes from an external view, you might find it hard to differentiate a founder from an employee.

Both the products are built by the same team and we are hiring for all the roles - PM, hacker, sales, marketing (hackerrank.com/careers)

E-mail me: vivek [at] interviewstreet (or) vivek [at] hackerrank if you'd like to know more.

FARM Digital - full-time Lancashire/Hampshire UK or REMOTE

We're a fast-growing digital agency (Wirehive 100 "One To Watch" in 2012), we build interesting sites for brands and apps for businesses. We're primarily a Django outfit, though we are doing a lot more JS recently (Angular, Titanium etc.)

We're a very technical development team, and we focus on best practices (TDD, BDD, CI, CD), and applying them in a pretty hectic and demanding agency business.

We'd prefer remote applicants to come from within 2 hours +/- GMT. There is more information here:


Who we are: http://www.intelligentreach.com

Intelligent Reach is a market leading on-line Digital marketing agency and technology vendor. Through direct client relationships with leading retailers such as Debenhams, House Of Fraser, Argos, Shop Direct, Carphone Warehouse, Halfords and through top media agency partnerships Intelligent Reach manages and optimises over £3bn in client revenue across Shopping Comparison, Affiliates, Marketplaces (eBay, Amazon and Play), Paid Search and Display channels. Intelligent Reach now has over 75 clients in the UK, US, Germany, France and Australia and is growing at a phenomenal rate.


Currently looking to fill two developer roles, one senior and one junior:

London (Victoria), UK | Full-time | Software Developer (Full stack, with main focus on the front end.

You will be joining a small(6) but highly productive development team. This will be a high impact role building out new features and enhancements to our platform. You will be reporting directly to the technical co founder while working alongside other developers and QA to deliver high quality work. Some benefits of working at Intelligent Reach are;

-Casual office environment

-Fresh fruit

-Unlimited Nespresso

-Flexi time

-Indoor football Fridays

Advantageous to have experience with SQL Server Analysis Server and MDX queries.

JavaScript | jQuery | HighCharts | TypeScript | ASP MVC 4 | C# .Net 4.5 | MS SQL Server 2012| SSAS | SSIS | MS Testing Framework | TFS 2012



When applying please put in the subject: Developer HN Sep 2013


I am one of the developers you will be working with, so please feel free to contact me personally with any questions or to find out more about the role. steve.ayers@intelligentreach.com

Voxel (Palo Alto, CA) - Local

We run mobile apps in the cloud (virtualized) so you could use them without first downloading the binaries. Help us change how people create and distribute mobile apps.

We are a small team, and are looking for a couple of hackers to join us. Competitive salary + equity. http://voxel.com/jobs

Server Scaling Engineer

* You love building & scaling distributed systems

* You've built systems that serve millions of users

* You have managed production systems and had the joy of seeing it go down unexpectedly... at 2am in the morning

Systems Engineer

* Help us build the virtualization platform that powers Voxel

* You are good with low level programming and speak fluent C

* You enjoy solving hard problems with creative solutions

Blogvio (IS, Romania) - Sorry, no remote work.

We’re an early-stage startup (in Private Beta: http://www.blogvio.com/) focused on making content distribution easy and fun! We love our work and what we’re learning and building together.

We are currently seeking a few developers to join the team and help us reach our goals. Our web stack is based on Symfony, a custom implementation of SpineJS / CofeeScript and MongoDB. Ideally you’re also experienced with Stylus / NIB, enjoy analytics and have some front end skills (Ajax, HTML5, CSS3).

Competitive salary commensurate with skills and experience.


If we’ve interested you, tell us your story at jobs [at] vuzum.com.

Intern position at The Lab - part of Telefonica O2. Pay of £15k a year - working in our Slough, UK offices on internal and external facing projects.

You could be coding an iPhone app for the Six Nations, building 3D printers, analysing internal processes, talking to real customers, or simply finding interesting things to do with out new 4G network.

To apply, enter our hacking competition at https://thelab.o2.com/2013/07/competition-hack-your-way-to-w...

We'll be at Campus Party all week - so stop by and say hi if you're interested in knowing more.

The grand prize for the competition is a 12 month placement in a minimum wage job?

Minimum wage is £5.03 - on a 35 hour week, that's £9k a year. I you're over 20, that rises to £12k/year.

So, better than minimum wage.

If you have several years experience, it's probably not the job for you. If, however, you've just left school or are taking a break from university - I think it's a pretty fairly paid way to get your foot in the industry.

My internship in Silicon Valley pays double that.

Sentry Data Systems - Offices in Deerfield Beach, FL, Indianapolis, IN, or Austin, TX + REMOTE anywhere else in the US.

Overview: http://www.sentryds.com/company/employment/ - We process medical data for auditing and compliance. We're an essential part of making certain medicare programs work for underserved populations who wouldn't otherwise be able to afford the prescriptions they were given by doctors.

Right now, we're working on our next generation products. The current generation has been wildly successful, and we'll continue to improve them, but we're expanding our offerings and our teams.

We offer a modified version of 20% time for developers and other people in the Technology group to work together to incubate projects that are designed to solve pain points that we know of. Many of these projects, if successful, will become formal projects and some may even be released to open-source. For now, as a company, we hack on these things as a group every Friday.

Specific positions:

Frontend Web Engineer - Influence the visual design of our next-generation products. http://www.sentryds.com/wp-content/uploads/sds_frontend_webe...

QA - Quality Assurance is a huge part of our operations and you'll get to work with some very smart people. http://www.sentryds.com/wp-content/uploads/sds_qualityassura...

Project Management - We've got several new projects in the works, and we've recently added project management to help oversee them. http://www.sentryds.com/wp-content/uploads/sds_project_manag... (This position may not allow remote work.)

Programmer - Our developer focus right now is PHP, Ruby, Javascript, Oracle SQL, and other languages as needed. There's a bunch of different things scattered throughout the environment and a lot of opportunities to influence what directions we take in the future.

There are several other positions that are either administrative, business, or healthcare functions; please click through the overview link above to see them.

Sydney - Australia - http://feedbackloop.com.au/jobs

Seeking front end developer with UX flair and/or javascript mastery. Remote or we'll help you come work in Sydney. We make software that helps business build trust and increase sales with testimonials. We sometimes dress up as Kangaroos to sell our software. Photos at http://www.facebook.com/feedbacklp

See testimonials from our staff and apply at http://feedbackloop.com.au/jobs

Percolate, http://percolate.com/ New York, NY.

Looking for Python Engineers, Data Engineers, and DevOps. http://percolate.com/about/jobs/

Our mission is to figure out what's happening on the Internet in real time, and to present it to our users. We use whatever makes sense, we automate everything, and we allocate the time to build quality software.

We are having fun, and are building a product that people pay for. We have lots of ideas in the pipe that are waiting for you to build them, you should join !

-- Laurent, Lead Eng at Percolate

Old Mission Capital - Chicago, IL. No remote.

We are an automated trading firm looking for a QA tester to make our software more robust.

You will need strong scripting skills (we use Python and bash) as well as strong communication skills.

You don't need to have worked in the finance industry, but you must have experience with automated testing tools.

To apply, go through our Stack Overflow Careers post:


I got here via Stack Overflow myself, so feel free to send a link to your profile if you have one.

Goodsie (http://goodsie.com) provides modern e-commerce software for small and medium size retailers.

REMOTE: We are looking for a full-stack Python developer based anywhere in the United States, with a preference for the East Coast or Midwest (EST or CST time zone).

A strong expertise in Python/Django is required. Experience with Backbone.js or administering AWS services is preferred.

Compensation, equity and health benefits are very competitive.

Our team has a strong track record in the consumer Internet sector with experience from Vimeo, Pentagram and IAC.

Please send an email with a resume and Github code samples to jonathan at goodsie dot com.

Flipboard (flipboard.com) – Palo Alto, CA (local only)

We're a personal magazine for tablets and phones. That means; award-winning design, very serious mobile and HTML5 work, and lots of lots of crunchy data - I'm a PM/data scientist on content discovery.

Competitive salary, equity, very generous benefits, lots of users.

We're hiring for seven different roles right now, so if you do any of iOS, Android, Web, data infrastructure, scaling machine learning, systems or devops, we want to talk with you.

Apply here: http://jobvite.com/m?3wju2gw6 – and mail me (andrew@flipboard.com) with any questions.

TeachBoost (Brooklyn, NY) - http://teachboost.com - Local preferred, remote negotiable

We're a growing education technology startup in NYC looking for a full time developer. We need someone (preferably a few years experience but we're open to all backgrounds) who can develop new features and small projects, handle bug fixes, and work with and learn from our lead programmer. Right now we need help with front end development, mysql/database tuning, and back end/application development--if you can handle any two we'd love to meet you!

Because we're in education and love working with schools, teachers, and principals, it's important that you have a passion for it as well or are comfortable working with schools and institutional users (and going heads up against large institutional competitors).

There's 5 of us right now spanning dev, sales, support, and ops: 3 in NYC, 1 in Philly, and 1 in Seattle. We're open to a remote developer but have a preference for being NYC or Brooklyn-based. We're early stage and bootstrapped and you'll have the opportunity to not only help make better teachers but get meaningful equity, own projects from the beginning, work in a casual environment with a small group of friendly people, and help build a company.

A little bit about us, you, and what you'd be doing:

* We're a web-based app with a stack built on: PHP, MySQL, javascript, mongodb, nginx; our frameworks include jQuery, CodeIgniter, and Trunk

* Ideally you have 1+ years experience working on web apps or startup experience, know how to use mercurial/version control, and have demonstrated knowledge of HTML, CSS, javascript, and modern standards-compliance

* You should learn new languages and technologies quickly, be innovative, enjoy challenges, and have a great work ethic

* Projects will include new feature development, bug fixes, cross-compatibility testing, iPad and tablet optimization, database optimization and load balancing, and larger independent projects you'd like to work on and dream up

Drop us a line at jobs@teachboost.com!

PageHub - London UK. Local only right now.

Hiring for 2 positions...

Lead Django Engineer & Frontend backbone/d3.js dev - We are looking for devs to join us working on a totally new product displaying real time customer insights. We have recently been funded and will be making a lot of hires over the coming months so you will be joining early in our history!

More details on StackOverflow http://careers.stackoverflow.com/uk/employer/jobs/49125/list... or drop me a email at james@pagehub.co.uk if you're interested!


We're hiring smart, senior and passionate full-stack software engineers to join our small and kick-ass team of 4 in sunny.... Singapore! We can't sponsor relocation costs, but we offer highly competitive salaries including a generous equity stake.

Pie is a SaaS startup building a super fast, real-time, responsive and scalable platform with global reach. We are agile and use different technologies, among others Node, Javascript, Redis, and Rails. We don't write code without testing it and we use continuous integration to do so.

As an early Pie team member you'll be part of the core dev team and there will be lots of interesting strategic choices and challenges to deal with.

Still here? Drop us a note, we'd love to hear from you! team@piethis.com

More About Pie

Pie is a knowledge management tool that people will actually use.

Our goal is to make Pie the best tool for professionals to securely share, collect and curate knowledge. We're doing this by making Pie as visual and intuitive as possible. We're data-driven and we believe a strong developer culture is vital for building the most valuable product for our users.

The founding team of Pie is not new to building, scaling and exiting startups. Thijs has previously built and sold a contextual search venture to Mozilla. Pieter has lead the product management department for Playfish in Beijing which was later sold to EA.

Pie has some incredibly smart investors and shareholders that believe in the team and share their vision. Among others we have the co-founder of Match.com, a boardmember of SingTel, a large U.S. based VC, and several other highly experienced investors backing us. We've also got NEO.com as one of our shareholders (which is highly unusual for them).

We've been overwhelmed with the positive feedback we got from the 350+ pilot companies that signed-up for our early Beta. We're currently growing the team with senior software developers to further increase the value that our growing user base derives from Pie.

Drop us a note on team@piethis.com or see www.piethis.com for more information

As far as I know, a work permission is quite easy to get for Singapore. So could you please explain why you can't sponsor relocation costs? If you mean that you can't afford to buy an airplane ticket, then things aren't really going good in your company.

Appington (funded startup) - SF Bay area, remote ok. http://www.appington.com/jobs

We help add voice prompts to mobile apps. This leads to a better user experience, increased retention, and has elements of science (measurement, analysis) as well as art (emotion, copywriting) to it.

Generalists are great as we have everything: on device code (Java/Android, ObjC/iOS), AppEngine for the servers, MongoDB, web (Bootstrap, HTML5, Jinja2, jQuery, Flask on server), and various bits in between all working together.

20spokes - Chicago, IL Ruby on Rails Developers

We are hiring all levels of Ruby on Rails developers. We are a Chicago development agency that works with an assortment of projects. We are always exploring the best and right technology for jobs. It was started to focus on providing the best value for clients. We are also focused on several of our own products that are growing.

We are a small team with a focus on work/life balance. Developers at 20spokes are given a lot of responsibility of their projects and gain a lot of experience.

Check us out!


Shutterfly - Redwood City, CA

We're looking for Infrastructure/Platform Software Engineers to help us build the next generation of our core media/upload/render systems (that manage and serve tens of billions of images = x100PB binary storage + x100TB metadata) as well as our IaaS backbone.

More details about the position here: http://www.shutterflyinc.com/positions.html?jvi=ow6fXfwy or if you have questions or would like to discuss in more detail, please feel free to email me at gsharma[at]shutterfly[dot]com

Boxfish (http://boxfish.com) - Palo Alto, CA

We are building the index of Television.

Boxfish captures every word spoken on television, as it happens. We process the data in real-time and we use it as a new layer of discovery for television.

With our technology, Boxfish is transforming television from a passive entertainment medium into a truly dynamic source of real-time information - on any platform.

The android app has been featured in the google play store a couple times, and our iOS app kicks ass.


We're looking for some help with our iOS and Android apps (big bonus if you can do both). Please shoot me an email at marc@boxfish.com


EasyPost - San Francisco (REMOTE -- but willing to move to bay area)

We're quickly growing our team and looking for early hires. We recently received top 8 at Demo Day, have a host of new investors and funding, and are ready to get back to building.

We're down to Earth, active, and have a great time working on a product with real revenue and that customers love.

We're looking for senior developers who want to get in early, take over an area of the API, and make it great.

Interested? Email us at work@easypost dot com with what you'd like to add/change about our API. If we're a fit for you, we'll let you build it!

What is the technology stack? What are the open positions?

Huffington Post is hiring

Senior Scala Engineer - Strong background in building scalable systems and APIs with Scala (Play2, Scalatra, etc). Be a part of the team re-architecting some of the core Huffington Post technology components

Data Architect - Experience leading teams and building large scalable big data systems with technologies like Hadoop, Cassandra, Hbase, etc. Help us rebuild our next generation real time stats plaform

https://github.com/huffingtonpost/HuffPost-Tech-Jobs developer@huffingtonpost.com

New York - Intern - ff Venture Capital

We are an early-stage venture capital fund based in midtown Manhattan and are seeking CS interns. We have projects in Django, Rails and Node.

+ You will have ownership of your own projects and manage them from start to finish

+ Interact and learn from venture capitalists and entrepreneurs

+ Get to know the New York startup community

+ Work directly underneath our Director of Engineering


Your compensation is minimum wage. That is extremely unappealing to the kind of talented people you are seeking. I strongly urge you to reconsider.

I am a CS student who interned last summer for a typical megacorporation and I made around $20 an hour... and I barely have any of those required skills. I just wanted to point out that you guys, especially at a venture capital firm, are not going to get many people to apply if you continue to lowball them like that.

$7.25/hour, nice!!

You want a self-starter who's passionate about your vision and willing to work for (you've now erased it) minimum wage?

Typical capitalist idiocy.

Is this a joke?

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