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Ask HN: Who is hiring? (March 2015)
413 points by whoishiring on March 1, 2015 | hide | past | favorite | 679 comments
Please lead with the location of the position and include the keywords INTERN, REMOTE, or VISA 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.

Please do not post recruiting firms or job boards.

Web UX Engineer - REMOTE or Bloomington, Indiana, United States - [$60K - $80K]

We're looking for a UX engineer, with an eye for clean design and usability, and strong technical skills (HTML, CSS, Javascript)

We run FormAssembly.com, a SaaS that helps enterprises build online forms and power their business processes without the need for IT.

We're bootstrapped, profitable, growing rapidly, and hiring employee #15 and beyond!

We embrace remote work. Our team is spread across 3 different countries. You're welcome of course to move to Bloomington, Indiana, where the majority of the team is located. It's been named one of the best cities for doing business and perhaps more importantly, is the #7 in the US for best places to bike!

We run a lean operation with an impressive roster of customers, so your work will not go unnoticed. Everything you'll work on will make our customers happier and give us a better competitive edge.

Position is full-time, local or remote. Pay range is $60K - $80K, stock options negotiable.

To apply, go to http://formassembly.workable.com/jobs/25749 or email jobs [at] formassembly.com

Thank you for being the the only listing with salary information.

You're welcome. Maybe next month we'll see a salary range on all posts?

Most people, including myself, won't bother applying to a position unless the salary range is posted.

There's no point to doing 2, 3, or even 4 interviews for a job that potentially pays less.

Employers should learn that lesson.

I think there are two reasons not to post the salary range right away.

1. There is always flexibility in the budget for the right people.

I'm hiring engineers to my team right now and I have a clear number I got from my CEO. I am confident that budget will fit the ideal candidate that I'm trying to hire. But on the other hand, if someone more senior, or junior blows my mind, I'm willing to push for the extra numbers for the more senior, or the extra rack for the junior to get on my team.

2. Salary is not everything.

I do believe salary is important, but not everything. There are a good number of people who are willing to take a job with less salary if they feel they can grow there more, the culture fits them better and the potential of company is bigger there.

I do understand though it is frustrating doing multiple interviews without knowing if the salary range is close to the expectations or not. If a candidate asks me on the initial phone screening about the numbers I am happy to talk about it openly.

> 1. There is always flexibility in the budget for the right people.

Nothing stopping you from tacking on that caveat after offering a range so people can grok you from a distance.

> 2. Salary is not everything. > I do believe salary is important, but not everything. There are a good number of people who are willing to take a job with less salary if they feel they can grow there more, the culture fits them better and the potential of company is bigger there.

The only people willing to take that cut are

(a) young enough not to be thinking about retirement, and

(b) people naive enough to think you having a good culture lets you off the hook for being a cheapskate.

Disclaimer: used to think salary wasn't everything after $x quality of living, now I'm a bit older, a bit wiser and looking at retirement. I now think I was a huge idiot in my younger years for not taking every advantage possible. - So take my views with a grain of disillusioned salt.

It's also signalling. Higher salary both means the company can afford it (i.e. is stronger, healthier, a safer long term bet) and that the position is valued (as the company is willing to invest more in it).

Couldn't agree with you more. Higher salaries very much represent a company's ability and desire to pay top dollar. I do caution on the long term bet. It's not as solid as may seem. I've come across many companies who throw money at the problem of not being able to attract/retain talent with market rate range salaries. Could be a number of reasons, including politics, lack of interesting projects, unsustainable culture, etc.

Another major point to keep in mind is salary today vs growth in coming years. Getting a high salary today may bring with it unrealistic expectations. It may be your future bonus and raises that suffer. Your annual review will roll around and the managerial perception will be that you're already paid more than everyone on the team, so you're not getting a notable slice of the budget.

My point is that things aren't always black and while, and long term may be not as advantageous as they seem. If you're looking for a career, hoping jobs every year will not help. Becomes a red flag on the resume.

Really? Don't go for the maximum salary because you might be disappointed in future raises?

Do you know why companies discourage job hopping and sharing your salary with coworkers (even though just mentioning a bias against sharing that information is illegal)? Because it costs them money if employees do it (i.e. it's good for employees)!

Sure, throwing money at a problem isn't a way to solve it and companies that think it is are bad news, but the rest of your advise is horrible.

Your points are valid and I would not disagree with anyone who is prioritizing salary over growing opportunity.

But I do believe though that there are people who are in that stage of their lives where they can take the risk of joining a company where they can grow faster, have a bigger potential financial outcome for the price of taking less monthly paycheck in the short term.

Personally, probably because I am younger, would take an opportunity for less $$$ where I do believe I can learn more, making me more valuable in the long run so eventually I can make more money. I think about it as an investment of my time that someone either willing to / can do, or not.

I do understand that not everyone can take this risk and I think that is perfectly fine.

> making me more valuable in the long run so eventually I can make more money

Sorry to burst your bubble, but the "more money" from experience gained while taking a paycut will pale in comparison to "more money" from the number of years you state on your cv and dollar value of your last salary.

In perhaps clearer words, taking a paycut for career growth will most likely just prohibit your potential future salaries regardless of how much technical experience you gained.

This of course all changes considerably when you're talking founding/early employee where minimum wage is a real possibility..

For what it's worth, even though I haven't usually posted a salary range, it's something I try to clear up in the first call. It's true it's a waste of everybody's time otherwise.

We'll see if that posting the range this time will make any difference.

Seems like it would be especially important for jobs where the pay is scaled for a market such as Bloomington, Indiana but remote is okay.

As someone who has lived in San Diego for 14 years it is really easy to forget that lots of people can afford to live comfortably* on $60-80k when they don't live here or in the SF Bay Area, etc.

(* or, for that matter, extremely well, depending upon where they do actually live).

Employers have a tendency to set salaries based on a combination of prior salaries and the market for the area unfortunately, which makes listing a hard number difficult.

Many new job posts now including salary range. I think this is a great start.

This thread, and even forum, may not be the best place to get salary information first. Reason being, is this is a YC-related forum, full of early stage start ups, who are looking for core team members. A key attribute of key members is to be excited about the problem the company is solving first.

Salary is a very reasonable point of interest when it comes to new opportunities. This may not be the right place to seek those opportunities. Glassdoor, dice, craigslist may suit your needs much better.

Simply being blunt, if all you care about is a paycheck and hopefully writing great code, being Engineer #X at a start up is not for you. Every early member needs to be a natural advocate for the company.

There's also a middle ground between posting salaries on listing and going through 4 rounds of interviews. Companies don't want to waste their time either. You can also easily find out salary ranges for many of the jobs posted by looking at angellist.com.

In the end, if you and a company are a great match for each other, the compensation package will be much less of an obstacle.

Do you really want to miss the opportunity of a lifetime by skipping a company that simply doesn't post salaries?

Translation. I have serious problems that need solving. You have the skills to do it. How much I value that is a TOTAL SECRET but almost certainly MUCH LESS THAN YOU DESERVE. Please beg for me to hire you now.

You're correct about start ups having serious problems that need solving and a good match in a candidate having the skills to do it.

The rest is far from it. The value of those skills to the start up is not a secret. Posting a range in a job listing doesn't convey to a potential candidate what his skills are valued at.

How much you deserve is determined by the biggest offer you can get. Compensation packages for early stage start ups aren't "cheap" as many on this thread tend to call. If all you care about is the salary, then early stage start ups are simply not for you. This is what I was attempting to convey in my original reply. This isn't a negative thing. If you think equity is worthless (which is how these packages are supplemented for the salary), then instead of getting offended that a start up is trying to rip you off, enjoy working at a bigger company that has the deep pockets for the salary you believe you deserve.

An early stage start up has a very limited amount of funds and time to develop their idea into its next stage. For each idea, there is a very unique combination of time, money, and resources. Paying the salaries benchmarked by companies that have billions at their disposal, will make a start up burn through their small amount of money, without ever having enough resources, in much less time than needed.

Reading about companies like Uber, Dropbox, Pinterest, and other big names get fortune-level valuations leads to misconceptions that these companies are still start ups and other start ups have the same capital.

Early stage start ups are companies you most likely haven't heard of yet. If you listen to a podcast course from Stanford by Sam Altman, you'll learn that it takes many years to build up a start up.

All this leads me back to my original statement: if you're looking for top-level salaries, don't care about equity, and think that believing in the product/vision is a joke, you shouldn't be looking at job postings on Hacker News.

Ya'll complain about how hard it is to hire and at the same time brag about how it's about the experience, baby, forget the salary!

You're basically self-selecting for financially stable people with no dependents which... yeah, that's what the startup world looks like, with its attendant diversity baggage.

Half our team has kids, and most of our team comes from a variety of countries half way around the world.

99% of candidates don't even get into the salary discussion phase. It's hard to hire because candidates think they know more than they really do. Some have 5 years experiences, many have 1 year experience five times.

>99% of candidates don't even get into the salary discussion phase.

So these are all people who have agreed to undertake your presumably time-consuming interview process without even a hint about financial compensation at the end of the tunnel?

If so, it seems extremely likely that you are pre-screening out a huge pool of the most talented and intelligent developers. It takes a special kind of brainwashing to agree to jump through those kinds of hoops for a prize that is kept secret until the end of the process.

It's far from a secret. Lack of discussions means the compensation package isn't negotiated first.

Eh, the experience with interviewing can also pay dividends...

to be blunt as well , I am pretty sure that you primarily want my skills to help you solve your problem , being excited and not capable will not get you far which you can see from 99% of poorly executed startups go cheap will not get you far and from history we know how drinking kool aid ends up

I completely agree that being excited and not capable will not get the engineer and the company far. Yet being capable and only interested in the paycheck will not make an engineer understand the customer and what the problem being solved is.

In a start up with a team of 10 or less (including all roles), it's critical everyone is excited about what the start up is doing.

Actually if you look at the history of success stories, the core team was always filled with those who believed the vision. Start ups that have failed, most likely did not fail due to the team having too much passion for their product.

Why do you assume that if I care about the money, I only care about the money. You are making money from this business, so I expect you to pay me for my contribution what I think I am worth.

This attitude that startups are doing engineers a favor by hiring them is hurting the startups themselves.

there are couple misconceptions here

99% of startups don't solve hard problems (it seem hard to them because they are inexperienced and excited but in all reality not so challenging ) , that doesn't mean they don't have good business idea but technical aspect is mostly easy , challenges usually come with scale which happens later

financial upside for 0.2% equity end 100Mil exit is --> 200000 at best and that is not much so where is that upside for somebody taking 80K instead 140k over 4 years ? Not to mention that probability of that happening is low to start with

in small startup it would be essential to have extremely qualified people , excitement should be secondary

I do what I do because I love it but that doesn't mean I have to do that for free or cheap so correlation between asking for fair price and not being excited (passionate) about what you do is mostly not there

I worked in couple of startups (last one had exit 500Mil) but I was paid market rate and that is mostly a reason why they succeeded (got high quality people knowing exactly what they are doing)

This conversation is about early stage start ups. That's pre-series A. Post-series-A salaries do go back to market rate.

If the start up you worked at was sold for 500Mil while on a seed round - that's amazing! ...but I doubt it.

Did you join before Series A? For how many years did the start up exist before you joined? And how many years did it exist before it was sold?

shortly after A financing , existed 2 years , and 3 years after was exit , I don't know what were salaries before , but it was < 30 people when I joined

anyhow it is just a datapoint and most likely outlier

DevOps Engineer @ Northwest Evaluation Association -- Local in Portland, OR [$70k - $90k]

We're a non-profit partnering to help children become better learners. Our main platform is a stack of web applications written in a variety of languages ranging from Java, Node.js, and Clojure.

Looking for new engineers to help us bridge the gap between the development side of the house and the operation side of the house. Engineers are directly integrated into a Scrum team supporting development activities, operations, and the deployment of applications.

Experience writing automation with Puppet, Ruby, or other tools is extremely desirable.

Formal job description and application form are available here: https://nwea.hodesiq.com/jobs/default.aspx?JobID=4960435

Feel free to e-mail me directly with any questions: brandon.burnett@nwea.org

Props to you for including a salary range.

no remote?

Javascript Developer | UtilityAPI.com | Oakland, CA | daniel@utilityapi.com | Solar job


We are a white-label SaaS that is used by solar and energy efficiency companies to collect their customer's utility bill and usage data automatically. You will be in charge of writing tools, scripts, and libraries that collect utility data from utilities. Often these utility data formats are complex and unique to each utility (pdf bills, xml data, csv data, etc.), so you will need to be very clever in collecting and parsing a huge variety of formats. Also, these scripts can break unexpectedly when utilities change their interfaces, so being able to update them quickly is important. You will be working in our office at the SfunCube in downtown Oakland. Our current codebase is well organized, documented, and tested.

==Experience Required==

No years of experience, education, or certification requirements, but you do need to be able to convince me that you know and have experience with:

* Javascript (not JQuery, vanilla javascript)

* Regular Expressions (we use them heavily)

* Python (basic knowledge)

* PGP (basic usage)

* Other (side projects, hackathons, hobbies, stuff you do for fun)


$100k-$120k depending on experience.

==How To Apply==

Email me a cover letter and a PGP-encrypted pdf resume. Please include links to your github, bitbucket, or personal side project website (for reference, mine is daylightpirates.org).

==For Solar Skeptics==

In the last few years, the solar industry reached "grid parity", which means that the unsubsidized installed cost is now cheaper than buying power from the grid. That's why this industry is the fastest growing industry in the country. This isn't some subsidy-dependent industry anymore. We work hard and we make real money (while conveniently also saving the planet).

Sounds really interesting to me, but for Oakland. Big solar fan here. Could you share links to up to date info about solar growth, which companies are big in the space, etc?

Maybe I'm missing something, but it seems as though you're asking candidates to send you a PGP encrypted resume without posting the location of your public key.

You can do a search on public PGP key servers such as the MIT key server. His email shows this result:


PGP key here: https://pgp.mit.edu/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0xE7F6FAD172EFE...

Bingo, you passed the first test. This job entails a lot of figuring out what and how to find the things you need to solve a problem. The lack of a public key in the job posting is intentional.

He did not seem to ask for the encrypted message to be sent to a specific key, challenge him?

Someone send an encrypted message with some hint about the priv key and see if they are interested/good enough to decrypt your resume

Top Hat - tophat.com - Toronto, Ontario

Top Hat is hiring for a few roles: mobile dev (iOS, Android), devops (rabbitmq, ec2, MySQL), full stack web developer (python, django, javascript, nodejs.) We also hire interns so please feel free to apply for that as well. Salary ranges based on experience from $70k to $100k.

We're a profitable (and valley VC funded by some of the best funds in the valley) education startup that helps make class more engaging. We've got some really cool problems to work on and your work would be impacting a huge number of students daily.

Our dev team is in Toronto but we've also got an office in San Francisco so if you're really good we would be open to having someone work from there. If you're not based in Canada or the US but are willing to relocate feel free to contact us, because we do cover relocation expenses and will help you manage the work permit process.

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

Knack | http://knackhq.com/jobs | REMOTE | Senior Developer | 70-120k +equity

Knack (http://knackhq.com) is a database PaaS that makes it easy for anyone to build online database apps. We're growing rapidly and looking for software (node.js) engineers.

We're focused on building a profitable long-term business with a product our customers love. We don’t compete with Google on start-up perks, but we can more than compete if you’re looking to sink you teeth in and make a difference:

* Impact: we’re expecting anyone that joins to come in and have a major impact. We’re small enough that every customer interaction, every marketing spend, every line of code has an over-sized impact.

* Equity: we don’t need hired-guns, we need team members. We want to share our long-term vision and success, and make sure you have equity in that journey.

* Autonomy: we don’t look for specific roles, we look for good fits. You’ll be able to contribute with your strengths and determine the projects you want to drive forward.

* Flexibility: supporting our chosen lifestyles is major part of our success equation. Join a remote team and create your own hours. Work how and where you want to.

* Culture: we work hard but also don’t take ourselves too seriously and make sure we have a great time along the way.

Research Associate in Unmanned Aerial Vehicles - Manchester, UK

School of MACE, University of Manchester (6 month post, £30-37k per annum).

The GAMMA project is consortium of North West Universities, BAESYSTEMS, NNL and NWAA seeking to stimulate the growth of the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) industry in the UK through development of innovative mission system architectures and software.

You will join the existing team at Manchester for the last six months of the project. You should have UAV-related knowledge, skills and interest, with experience in at least one of the areas of UAV sensor integration, UAV flight testing and development of embedded software for UAV applications. A PhD (or equivalent) or an equivalent level of practical experience/skills is expected.

Ideally we're looking for someone with C/C++ and Python experience who is familiar with embedded (both Linux & metal) development. You would also be expected to advise our SMEs, meet with partners and assist with flight testing. Experience with UAVs would be a definite plus.

For more info, see http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AKM102/research-associate-in-unman... or reply to this thread and I'll do my best to answer your questions.

ZeroCater — Full Stack Engineer — San Francisco

$100k - $150k, plus above market equity


We're looking for full-stack engineers to join our team and help us feed the world. Our stack consists of Python, Django, PostgreSQL, AngularJS, and Bootstrap 3. We move quickly and deploy to EC2 multiple times a day. We're profitable and growing like crazy.

Be careful with the phrase "feed the world", lest someone get the impression that the world includes people outside American tech companies.

From that description I assumed it was some sort of attempt to feed the starving, but on clicking its about feeding a bunch of Americans. Made worse by the fact that was the logo/slogan/lyric of Live Aid:


Clever (YC S12) - Full Stack Engineer - San Francisco - $100k-$150k+, plus above-average equity

At Clever, we’re building a distributed platform for educational software. There are a lot of great learning applications that schools want to use, but they have some constraints that make using software difficult: for example, picture a teacher getting 30 first-graders to log in at once. Our API and single sign-on solutions help schools solve those problems. Schools are on board, and we’re now in 25% of schools in America.

Right now we’re a team of 50 (22 engineers) based in downtown SF. We’re looking for full-stack engineers who like:

-Go, Coffeescript and Python (or are willing to learn)

-hard technical problems (managing a huge, constantly updating data pipeline)

-tech talks on everything ranging from the history of hip-hop to neuroscience to exoplanets

Check us out at https://clever.com/about/jobs#engineer-full-stack, or check out what we’re working on at https://github.com/clever.

Carburetor (carb.io) is hiring a remote Ruby on Rails developer. We're a small (~15 employees, 4 devs) profitable bootstrapped startup creating tools for automating the Predictable Revenue Cold Calling 2.0 method promoted by Aaron Ross (our cofounder).

Salary Range: $60k-80k (Cdn). Remote: Optional. More info: http://carb.io/careers.html#op-50880-senior-software-develop...

Glowforge - Seattle, WA - Full-time

We're looking for (more) full-stack software engineers, back-end engineers, and front-end engineers. We could also use an amazing visual design and a mechanical engineer who has injection molding experience.

We're well-funded and founded by three technical founders (one YC alumnus) with 7-9-figure exits. We're building an insanely challenging hardware+software product straight from the pages of science-fiction that's aimed at makers and creatives. It's early-- our product team is just 5 folks, but we're growing.

You can read our "coming out" article in the New York Times here: http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/02/15/slice-and-carve-the...

Actual job openings here: https://jobs.lever.co/glowforge

That "nice to have" list in the software-dev position seems a little over-broad. "Genius with back-end server technologies" plus "familiar with hardware, like drivers" plus "some graphics experience" plus "Javascript, CSS, and HTML"...

It's hard to tell if it's a "whatever you have we can use" situation versus a "we want an ubermensch"-one.

Thanks for the feedback! Yeah, truth be told, there are a ridiculous number of skills/experiences that aren't required but would be really awesome. We erred on the side of having relatively few "requirements" and all of the nice-to-haves we could think of for what we're building. You could have any combination of those (or none) and still potentially be someone we'd love to hear from!

We're a stealth start-up in the cloud/systems market (our target customer is us: engineers). Founded by previously successful YC portfolio alumni with great connections in the industry and the investing community.

We're in pre-seed stage talking to engineers who're interested in joining very early on with significant equity upside (but we offer a salary as well).

This time we want to build something big. We will be flattered if you'd consider to sit down with us, discuss the vision and possibly pick holes in it and help us fix them.

Backend Tech:

  - Golang and C
  - Efficient memory management and data processing.
  - Knowledge of Linux systems programming is a huge plus.

  - Looking for an opinionated front-end UI/UX expert.
  - Teach us how it's done. We're backend people, we need help.

  - Bay Area
  - Austin
  - Seattle - we're flexible.
Contact: see my profile.

Location: Almaden CA, Austin TX, Dublin OH, Littleton MA, New York NY, Pittsburgh PA, Rochester MA, Raleigh MC, Yorktown Heights NY


Experience a world-class internship program! You’ll work on cutting-edge cognitive computing technology, grow your expertise through experiential learning, and have an opportunity to demonstrate your talent.

Internships Opportunities for PhD Students

Cognitive Software Engineer - SWG-0691293 You will be responsible for creating and maintaining machine learning models. Working knowledge and familiarity of various statistical machine learning models are essential. At the same time, you’re an open minded, innovative, hacker who uses basic mathematical and statistical thinking to solve complex problems. You will be exposed to some of the latest tools and technologies, and leading edge experts within the field of cognitive computing.

Cognitive Research Staff Member - SWG-0710288 You’ll be responsible for discovering, creating, and writing about machine learning models. Knowledge and familiarity of various statistical machine learning models are essential. You’re open minded and innovative, using mathematical and statistical thinking to solve complex problems.

I'm available for any questions you might have at tparikh [at] us [dot] ibm [dot] com

Fixed Location: Almaden CA, Austin TX, Dublin OH, Littleton MA, New York NY, Pittsburgh PA, Rochester MN, Raleigh NC, Yorktown Heights NY

does IBM do visa sponsorships?

As someone who just recently joined the Watson team, I have to say that it's been a great experience so far and I'm really happy with the decision I made. Smart, tallented people, lots of interesting work, and a ton of opportunities to learn new things.

Can experienced developers without relevant background apply as well?

Yes. You can join me here in Pittsburgh, PA.

Watson Java Developer: https://jobs3.netmedia1.com/cp/faces/job_summary?job_id=SWG-...

Watson Senior Java Developer: https://jobs3.netmedia1.com/cp/faces/job_summary?job_id=SWG-...

Shoot me an email at jkramer [at] us [dot] ibm [dot] com with questions and/or once you apply.

Might want to change that MC to NC for all the ctrl-f folks in here.

The Climate Corporation (San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, Full time, H1B for the right candidate) - http://climate.com/careers

   ====== What we do =========
Our mission is to build great software for farmers.

We use a combination of weather monitoring, agronomic modeling, satellite imagery, and weather simulation to provide data and insights to those farmers.

   ===== Who we’re looking for =====       
Specifically we are looking for two full time positions which I'll describe here, though there are roles open across the board which you can check out using the link at the bottom.

Engineer on the Geospatial team

You will be building out our large scale imagery infrastructure.


Engineer on the Climatology team

You will work with best-in-their-class climate scientists to implement and productionize their weather models.

   ====== Why I love it ======    

 – I think Climate is poised to make a huge impact on farming. 
 – I am surrounded by a group of super smart people that care about the work we are doing.
 – I get to write Clojure for my full time work!
I am really excited about the work we've been doing, I am happy to talk in length about it over email at skhalsa@climate.com.

If you are interested, please email me directly at skhalsa@climate.com.

Alternatively if you apply through this link you should also be put in the pre-screened queue: http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?nl=1&k=JobL...

San Francisco | VISA | REMOTE

I'd like to put in a word for the Career Agency team at http://OfferLetter.io - we are building the first true talent agency for tech. We align incentives with individual engineers (and do not take money from companies), help them improve their messaging and polish, intro them directly to CTOs and VPs to help cut past recruiting bullshit, and provide negotiation advice.

We want everyone to find "the team", not "a team".

I'm an ex-Twitter (Growth) / ex-Amazon (Identity) engineer, and am building what I would have wanted at every step of my career.

One of our client profiles [#35 employee at Twitter] is up here, for the curious: http://offerletter.io/blog/201502-Fifteen-years-of-durabilit...

[0] See http://OfferLetter.io for more information

[1] We are neither recruiting agency (since we do not take money from companies) nor job board, and as such are compliant with the terms of the post

[2] We are located in San Francisco, but have worked with people in Seattle, New York, and Austria, and regularly help folks on visas.

Are you guys actually hiring? I don't see any jobs listed in this post or on your site.

I like you.

Seriously cool idea. Keep it up!

Clara Labs (https://claralabs.com/, YC S14) - San Francisco, Engineering, Full-Time

Clara is building the simplest possible interface to getting work done.

Every person on our team is involved in the thinking that creates their work - full stack in the broadest sense of the term. This means identifying, owning, and driving projects to completion.

We believe shipping early and frequently builds better products. An extreme example: we scheduled thousands of meetings entirely manually for our first Clara customers before building any software at all.

Accepting human dependency is the fastest way to building useful machine intelligence. The failure of intelligence products to date has fundamentally been a failure to build trust. It is the consequence of unreliability and lack of focus (think: Siri). Conversely, Clara has delivered a highly reliable, focused, and useful natural language interface from day one.

We’re looking for frontend, backend, and machine learning engineers to join our early team. Check out our full descriptions for each role [1], and feel free to ping me directly at oliver@claralabs.com if you have any questions!

[1] https://jobs.lever.co/claralabs/

NGP VAN - Boston MA or Washington, DC - Software Engineer, SQL Developer

NGP VAN is the world’s leading political technology firm, providing campaign and organizing technology to Democrats, progressives, and non-partisan organizations. We offer an integrated platform that combines the best fundraising, compliance, organizing, and digital products available.

We built the voter contact and volunteer management tools used by Obama for America. Nearly every State Democratic Party in the United States distributes our VoteBuilder tools to Democrats up and down the ticket, and we provide industry-leading organizing tools that enable labor unions, environmental groups, pro-choice advocates, civil rights activists, and progressive political parties to win their campaigns around the world. Our fundraising and compliance software is used by the majority of Democrats from the Presidential level on down, and our fast-growing digital platform has become the most-used toolset for Democratic campaigns as well.

NGP VAN has been recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in America by Inc. Magazine for seven years in a row, and one of the top 50 fastest growing companies in the DC area by both the Washington Business Journal and SmartCEO. We are a successful and growing company with a passion for our employees’ career advancement. We are an open-minded, flexible workplace that values learning and contributions of many different kinds.

Company Site: http://ngpvan.com

We are open to interviewing across a pretty wide range of experience levels. Hit me up at dmiller at ngpvan dot com for more info or to apply. I'm the VP of Engineering here.

Yo. I wrote to you back in December, and never received a reply. Should I write in again now?

Eehhhh, I'll just scurry off to write a nice cover letter.

Anyone Can Learn To Code ● San Francisco ● Work is Part Time with FULL TIME Salary ●

Anyone Can Learn To Code is a professional training course / coding bootcamp that focuses on full-stack web development. ACLTC allows students to retain their full-time jobs by offering a part time approach to class instruction. Classes are held from 6-9:30pm M-Thurs and 9-5pm on Sundays.

We are looking for someone who is both an educator and developer who can serve as the primary instructor for the Anyone Can Learn To Code bootcamp in San Francisco. This teacher will make an outstanding difference in people’s lives as you help them to launch new careers in web development. We’ve done this successfully in Chicago, and we will be opening up in a variety of other locations as well.

We are offering a full time salary (100-120K) + health benefits for this position even though the actual instruction is for just 22 hours per week for just 9 months out of the year.

No recruiters or sales pitches, please.

More Information + Apply Here > http://anyonecanlearntocode.com/launch-your-career-as-an-ins...

Kaggle - San Francisco Designer With Frontend Dev Skills http://kaggle.theresumator.com/apply/CIey5Z/Product-Designer...

Kaggle is the home of data science: the place where data scientists go to learn, do analysis, collaborate, show off their work and establish their credentials. We're looking for a designer to help design the next generation of data science tools to be used by our community of over 250,000 data scientists.

SUSE is hiring for 68 different positions. 36 in Engineering. (REMOTE OK², CAN OFFER VISA, RELOCATION SPONSORSHIP)

- Nuremberg, Germany

- Prague, Czech Republic

- Beijing, China

- any SUSE location globally or home office

We have positions open for Docker developers, Kernel engineers, Java/Linux developers, Ruby hackers, Rails developers, OpenStack engineers, and QA engineers.

SUSE is a 20+ year old company providing a rock-solid enterprise Linux distribution. You can see where we lead here: https://www.suse.com/promo/suse-leadership.html

What do we offer:

- Direct contact with representatives of free/open source software projects worldwide.

- Regular hackathons (Hack Weeks) and workshops on the company, department, and team levels.

- Five weeks vacation. (¹)

- Contributions to pension insurance or capital life insurance. (¹)

- Other common employee benefits (food coupons, health care, sports and cultural activities). (¹)

- Free beverages. (¹)

- We know how to party.

- We celebrate success.

All job postings are available here: https://attachmatehr.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseac...

¹ Reference for the example benefits is the office in Germany. They may vary across hiring locations.

² Please note that not all positions are available for remote workers and still relocation may be preferred.

As luck would have it, I'm living in Nuremberg and would love to work at SUSE. However, I didn't get any feedback at all of my applications. Any hints on what I could do to improve my chances?

You should get some feedback. Can you tell me for which positions you applied? I will make sure that it gets fixed for the future (dmacvicar at suse dot com).

Speaking only for the positions my team/department: Our positions include a small challenge. You need to add a small feature or improvement via a Pull Request on Github to some code and ping pong with your future team members.

The goal not only to see technical skills but also how do you work together with the current team members, how do you handle critics in your code, how do you structure your changes, etc.

The challenge is not difficult, but we value the time and courage of the people who took part in it. My team tends to focus its energy in those.

If the job description gives you a chance to highlight yourself from the rest, take it!.

Thanks for getting back to me. I've currently applied only for the OpenSUSE developer/packager position, but I'm curious about several other positions.

A general question I have is if it's a problem that I wrote my application in German. Afaik the HR team is located in Nuremberg, but I'm really not sure if English or German is expected. Personally, it's easier for me to write a formal application in German, because it's my native language.

I'll take a look at the challenges as well. The benefit is, that many of them include technologies I'm not yet familiar with, so I can at least learn something new from it.

There are no strict rules about an application...

Giving that you want to highlight yourself for an international company doing Open Source, just follow common sense and use English, write a good cover letter, link your Github projects/repos and contributions, and avoid a .doc file :-)

I have the same issue for the Beijing office.

Hi! I included my cv on your system in order to apply for 3 positions. I'm particularly interested in remote positions. Will I get some feedback from the system even if I'm not accepted for an interview or the like? The positions are: Linux Kernel Developer(2014245) Linux System Engineer(2014399) Linux Developer/Packager(2014398)


Please let me know if you accept internship positions in Prague office?

Part-time possible for remote positions? (e.g. with hourly pay)

Not that I am aware of.

Do you accept interns for your Nuremberg office?

Not that I am aware of. Sometimes you can find positions for trainees and working students in the link I mentioned above. You can ask HR at jobs@suse.com.

Tictail — Stockholm, Sweden

Quote from jobs page: "We're a small startup with big ambitions. We want to help everyone open their own online store, for free. We want to provide indie brands and retailers with a platform where they can build their brand and sell their products to people from all around the world. We want everything that we do to have a direct impact on the businesses of the 75,000 stores that are on Tictail today. We simply want to be the world's most used and loved e-commerce platform."

We're looking for developers, mainly Python and JavaScript/CoffeeScript.

Our open positions can be found at: https://tictail.com/jobs/

I'm not gonna bore you with benefits here, but trust me when I say that it's a really great place to be. Send me an email (erik @ tictail) and I'll be happy to tell you more.

"[…]but trust me when I say that it's a really great place to be."


https://www.periscope.io/ - Full Stack Engineer, San Francisco

Periscope makes really fast charts and dashboards. You'll be working on the full stack: from the Go and Java servers managing giant database clusters to the Rails and CoffeeScript frontends.

What You'll Do

   In your first day you'll ship new code to production.

   In your first week you'll ship at least one customer-facing feature.

   In your first month you'll write code at every level of the 
    stack, from cache backends to web servers to UI code.

   In your first 6 months you'll rebuild a major piece of the
    Periscope stack to support our ever-increasing scale.
Apply here: https://www.periscope.io/data-obsessed-engineer

Opendoor (San Francisco, CA)

Sell your home in under a minute. Buy one without an agent whenever you want. We're making residential real estate liquid.

DATA SCIENCE - Build our industry-leading predictive home valuations using millions of real-estate transactions and complementary datasets. - Build other data products central to the business. Predicting who will move, predicting neighborhood home price appreciation risk, making interpretable models to visually explain a valuation, etc.

Job listing: https://boards.greenhouse.io/opendoor/jobs/48543#.VPNWilPF82...

We launched 3 months ago and now purchase and sell hundreds of thousands of dollars of homes per day in our first city.

Here's our team: https://www.opendoor.com/about-us

Applied for the Real Estate Transaction Coordinator position through the Greenhouse link. Became interested in the startup after hearing Keith speak about it pre-launch at the Collision Conference last year in Vegas.

Keybase is! - https://keybase.io - we're a very small team, currently just 5.

Location: NY, SF, or CHI -- preferably you would join us at one of these places. While remote is possible, we like people to be in pairs or more, whenever possible. It's more fun, anyway.

We love these people:

1. Go developers; crypto experience a big plus

2. Those with platform-specific GUI experience: we're currently working on an OSX app and will be expanding to Windows, iOS, and Android soon.

3. Very product-oriented engineers. This is the kind of person who'd enjoy wireframing or planning smart notifications just as much as doing either front or back end development (probably not both). Since we're pretty small, this person would do a mix of things: user interface design (very usable, but to be polished by others), actual programming, making sure everything about the site is smooth to use. I know in a lot of companies this is often a graphic designer or dedicated interface person, but from what I learned at our last project (OkCupid), I think product-sensitive developers can be the best at it.

We have yet to take any formal funding.

If you're interested: chris@keybase.io

Second Spectrum - Los Angeles, CA, Shanghai, and Boston, MA - http://www.secondspectrum.com

Big data has come to sports, and Second Spectrum is using it to transform the sports experience, for everyone from coaches and players to the most hardcore or casual fan. We have trained machines to understand sports at a level of sophistication that exceeds that of most collegiate players. Using this machine understanding, we deliver analytics software that is helping eight NBA teams win more games, is enabling national broadcasters to tell better stories, and will give every fan their own personal sportscast.

We are looking for both full stack engineers, and machine learning and computer vision engineers. The responsibilities range from sophisticated GUI design that supports detailed but intuitive analytics, to front-end interfaces that will appear on national sports broadcasts, to scalable backend infrastructure that supports robust video streaming, to ML and CV engineering that enables the semantic layer that understands the game.

If you're interested in joining us, our jobs email is is work@secondspectrum.com. I'm also available for any questions you might have at noel@secondspectrum.com

London, UK - Pusher - Full time - No Remote

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

Our engineering team is based in London. We are looking for engineers who will thrive in a challenging environment, working on interesting problems. Our team is small but growing, and we value people who can contribute not only individually, but in the context of the team. Our engineering team is also heavily involved in operations, so you need to know how to deploy, monitor and maintain a large production system. We wrote our code in Ruby (Main legacy language) and Haskell.

We are currently looking for:

* A VP of Engineering to help grow and manage our engineering team. More info in this job ad http://pusher.com/jobs/vp_of_engineering * Platform engineers that can build and improve our core platform. More info on http://pusher.com/jobs/platform_engineer

Our software stack is built around Linux, Ruby, Haskell, nodeJS, Redis, MySQL, Git, Puppet and Go.

Udacity (http://udacity.com/jobs) - Mountain View, CA Openings: Full-Stack Engineer, Backend Engineer, Front-End Engineer, Lead Designer, Product Designer

I recently saw an interactive map of the US[1]. Each state had its most common profession listed over the period of 1978-2014. For 2014, you'll see that truck driving is by far and away and the most common profession. No real surprise there. However, if you look closely, you'll see that in Utah, Virginia, Washington and Colorado that software developer has become that states most common profession. How amazing! I am convinced that within the next 2-8 years, we'll start to see a gargantuan shift where tech skills are in such demand (even more so than now) that Software Developers become the most commonplace profession across the US and world. Udacity will be powering the education behind all of that.

If you're world-class in what you do, please get in touch at oliver@udacity.com.

1. http://www.npr.org/blogs/money/2015/02/05/382664837/map-the-...

NYC -- Harry's (www.harrys.com) is hiring full-stack engineers and data engineers.

We're a high-growth company with a small engineering team (11 of us) across our web platform and data engineering teams. We've grown our business substantially over the course of two years, acquired our manufacturer, and are now one of the only companies in the world that manufactures its own blades and sells them directly to consumers.

We're hiring full-stack engineers on our platform engineering team: http://jobs.harrys.com/apply/NM24Ks/Software-Engineer-Platfo.... Want to build a massive e-commerce website and online retail operation? This is for you.

We're hiring data engineers on our data engineering team: http://jobs.harrys.com/apply/WvjhxJ/Senior-Data-Infrastructu.... Want to solve complex problems by building out infrastructure and products that intelligently use lots of data? This is for you.

Khan Academy — Mountain View, CA (remote possible)

We're a small, non-profit tech startup bringing a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere.

Millions of people in all walks of life use our free educational platform to learn (check out some testimonials at https://www.khanacademy.org/stories). Most of you reading this are familiar with Sal's videos, but we also have hundreds of videos by other teachers, partnerships with organizations like MoMA and the California Academy of Sciences, and a huge library of interactive exercises.

A few things we're currently working on building right now:

– Major improvements to our mobile offerings to let students practice skills on the go [1]

– Improved knowledge models so we can better know what you know and don't know [2]

– Infrastructure improvements to make the site more reliable and faster for our millions of visitors every month [3]


We're especially looking for mobile and ops engineers, but we have a handful of other positions open. Unfortunately, we've filled up our slots for this coming summer internship, but we'd happily talk to intern candidates for future terms.

Apply at https://www.khanacademy.org/careers - feel free to ask me here if you have questions about applying or about KA in general.

[1]: http://www.kasrak.com/writing/khan-internship/

[2]: http://mattfaus.com/2014/05/improving-khan-academys-student-...

[3]: http://www.alangpierce.com/blog/2014/07/07/bigbingo-khan-aca...

Am I reading your career-page correctly when I assume you're only interested in people with a US work visa (eg: No remote from Europe?)?

Yes, unfortunately that's correct. We're going to work to make this situation better, but for now we require eligibility to work in the US and can only support visas from citizens of Canada, Mexico and Australia right now.

Where: Toronto, Canada, no remote workers. We all sit on the trading floor.

You must be eligible to work in Canada.

Who: K2 and Associates. We're one of Canada's more successful hedge funds over the past 13 years.

----------------------------- What you'll do -----------------------------

You will help build out the statistics pipeline and machine learning models to power an algorithmic trading infrastructure.

You'll build hidden Markov Models to detect patterns in the equities markets.

1. Build models

2. Back test models

3. We're lucky enough to have already figured out what step 3 is, apply your models in the markets.

4. PROFIT!!!

----------------------------- Who you are -----------------------------

You are a statistician or speech recognition expert who can turn a model into working code.

You are comfortable with any programming language, you can model in what ever language you like.

----------------------------- What's in it for you... -----------------------------

- a hedge fund is just like a startup except that everyone gets a market salary and bonuses. If' you've always wanted to join a startup but you're too good/in demand to take a pay cut then let's chat.

- get paid to learn algorithmic trading

- be able to invest in our fund

- onsite chef for lunches

If you love a challenge please reach out to me at cholliday@k2.ca or my email in my profile.

Impraise (YC S14 - www.impraise.com - Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Impraise is a web & mobile app for real-time feedback, recognition and coaching at work. We are fundamentally changing the way people share feedback and learn at work. We make it very easy for employees to give and receive feedback from colleagues and help managers to understand how to improve the performance of their teams.


* Frontend developer: We are looking for an experienced JavaScript developer who like to use the latest technologies and who also have a strong interest in visual and functional polish. Our stack includes React, Browserify, CommonJS, etc.. https://impraise.recruitee.com/o/front-end-developer-a19c22b...


* Backend developer: We are looking for a experienced RoR developer, bonus points for candidates with experience with AWS and Docker. https://impraise.recruitee.com/o/backend-developer-ruby

Product Designer - REMOTE.

Grasswire https://grasswire.com is a real-time newsroom that's curated and fact-checked by everyone.

Fresh off the closing of a seed round from our dream team of investors and with a passionate and growing user base, we're looking for a designer to join our three-person team. Creating a crowdsourced newsroom is something that has never truly been done before, and we are looking for someone who can own the product from original design to final implementation.

Grasswire has offices in New York City, New Jersey and Provo, Utah. Our team works remotely, coming together face-to-face for occasional strategy sessions.

About the Job: We're looking for a designer who can go from brainstorming with the team to sketches to pixel-perfect mockups quickly and with thought.

We are designing not only for web, but for mobile and email.

We work intensely during the days, and enjoy and appreciate work-life balance during the evenings. You won't be expected to work many weekends or 16-hour days, but expect to work hard when you're at work.

Because this is remote position, communication is inherently difficult. We need someone who can be accessible at all times during work hours, and who can communicate effectively even when not face-to-face.

This is a full time position.

Benefits: Highly competitive compensation package (Silicon Valley/NYC salary level) Flexible Schedule Work from home if desired (no commute!) Monitor(s) of choice Stock Options

To apply visit https://grasswire.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0kk1/

Bloc (https://www.bloc.io) - San Francisco - Software Engineer (Ruby on Rails, Javascript, Angular, Postgres), full time

We're a small team of intellectually curious developers and designers who are passionate about learning. We encourage our employees to develop new skill-sets, and to foster that you'll be able to apprentice under any of the mentors on our platform. We’ll also provide you with a generous benefits package, generous vacation policy, and we'll hook you up with the gear of your choice.

Founded in 2012, Bloc was the first online coding bootcamp. Today Bloc offers programs in web development, mobile development, and UX design. Bloc's apprenticeship approach employs project-based learning and continuous mentoring from an experienced professional to help students launch new careers. In November 2014, Bloc closed a $6M Series A investment led by Shasta Ventures, and currently enjoys support from acclaimed seed investors Harrison Metal, Baseline Ventures, and First Round Capital.

Pachyderm (YC W15) - SF Bay Area

We're building an open source ecosystem of infrastructure tools for collaborating on large-scale data analytics. Learn what we're about: https://medium.com/pachyderm-data/lets-build-a-modern-hadoop...

Looking for our first hire (company is just founders right now). Smart, ambitious engineers who think there should be a better alternative to Hadoop. Our codebase is written in Go, but Go experience isn't required.



Email: jobs@pachyderm.io

Lyst Ltd - London, UK - http://lyst.com/careers

Lyst is a leading fashion marketplace - we partner with the world’s top fashion brands and stores to provide people with a personalised way to discover and shop for fashion online. From launch in 2010, Lyst is growing quickly and already generates tens of millions of dollars in sales for the hundreds of brands, retailers and publishers it partners with around the world. Lyst is backed by a range of all-star of investors including Accel (Facebook, Spotify), DFJ (Skype), and those behind Oscar de la Renta, Smythson and Tory Burch.

Behind the scenes we're python & machine learning fanatics.

You may remember us from these posts:

Image Background Removal: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=7340818

Color Detection: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=7353102

Bayesian A/B Testing: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=7815419

OpenRoss – fast, scalable, on-demand image resizer: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=7931744

We're actively looking for talented people across the business to work full-time, on-site in our London HQ. Right now, we're particularly keen on strong JavaScript developers.

Dev Blog: http://developers.lyst.com/

Contact me directly if you are interested in finding out more: steve@ly.st

Chromium graphics engineer | Prezi (http://prezi.com) | Budapest (visa) or SF (visa) or remote (depending on your qualifications and needs)

Prezi is looking for an expert in web graphics to help us build our zooming rendering engine for modern browsers. You should have deep knowledge of the Chromium web browser and have experience building high-performance JavaScript apps using Canvas or WebGL.

Despite being a presentation tool, Prezi’s rendering needs are closer to a 3d game engine: 60fps zooming transitions, level of detail for vectors and images, and pixel-perfect rendering across platforms. On top of that, we have to provide high reliability because artifacts and dropped frames are incredibly painful for our users when they are presenting in front of hundreds of people on a big screen.

For more info, see http://prezi.com/jobs/oq2t0fwF or email me directly: laszlo.pandy at prezi dot com

Senior Web Engineer (Node.js, React.js, Javascript) - iHeartRadio - http://www.iheart.com - New York, NY (Manhattan, NYC) (Visa sponsorship offered)

Looking for senior engineers to join our small team of 2.

iHeartRadio is a free music streaming radio service owned by iHeartMedia (the nation's largest owner of radio stations). iHeart.com is a modern single page app powered by React and Node. Other technologies we use include Sass/Compass, Foundation, Nginx, git, GitHub, Docker, and Varnish. We practice agile development.

Compensation: $100k-170k + 20% bonus

Perks: Loose vacation policy, free snacks/fruits in the office, free lunch every Thursday, occasional free concerts, no clock watching

If interested in learning more, email me at jeremybernier [at] iheartmedia.com or apply online at http://jobs.iheart.com/job/senior-web-engineer.html

Factual - Los Angeles, San Francisco, Shanghai

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

Factual’s location platform enriches mobile location signals with definitive global data, enabling personalized and contextually relevant mobile experiences. Built from billions of inputs, the data is constantly updated by Factual’s real-time data stack. We were named one of "50 Disruptive Companies in 2013" by MIT Technology Review. We have a terrific team that is still fairly small and an incredible CEO who was previously the co-founder of Applied Semantics (which was bought by Google and became AdSense). Factual has venture funding from Andreessen-Horowitz and our partners/customers include 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 alexr@factual.com, or view our job postings and apply directly via Jobvite: http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?c=qc99Vfw9&...

Courex - Singapore - Full time - Polyglot developers - Remote(Asia preferred)

Courex is a logistics company founded 6 years ago in sunny Singapore. We are bootstrapped, profitable and proud. We are building solutions to fix the logistics industry. Our mission is to automate the processes used to manage warehouses and logistics.

Our tech stack

PHP, Ruby, Javascript, Scala, AWS, ZeroMQ, Docker, Ansible, mobile(iOS, Android), OpenCV, PCL. There are heavy elements of computer vision, machine learning(route optimzation).

We are open to remote workers and friendly to people with disabilities(one of our colleagues has a disability). We prefer our remote workers to be located in Asia so as to have more common time with our Singapore office. We like generalists who knows a variety of technologies. But so long as you do good work and you work well in a team, we'd love to speak to you.

Please contact Zan at zan@courex.com.sg

Interesting. Hiring remote from PH?

Amicus (YC S12) is hiring a lead developer and a CTO. We build a tool that helps nonprofits manage and distribute tasks to remote volunteers. 680,000 tasks have been completed by volunteers though Amicus to date. And 380,000 of those have been completed in the last 8 months.

Stack is Rails, Backbone, Ember, Mongo, on AWS.

For more information, check our http://jobs.amicushq.com/ or email jobs+HN@amicushq.com. NYC, New York.

Software Engineer - REMOTE position (but HQ in San Francisco), Salary: $70k - $110k

Come help change the world by improving how people share and find useful information. We at Inscoop are an interesting startup doing social list sharing, reputation analysis, and social graph search algorithms, and we're looking for enthusiastic people to join the team. There are many projects here where you can make a real impact, from the front-end design and implementation to the back end database architecture and data-mining strategies. We can't wait to discuss the opportunities with you.

We're looking for good software engineers with

* Essential skills:

- enthusiasm for learning new things and tackling big projects

- good communication

- enthusiasm for working with a motivated team

- comfort with working remotely and being proactive about team coordination

- familiarity with building web applications in AngularJS or ReactJS & Flux/Relay

- familiarity with Node.js/io.js framework

- comfort using git for code management

* Nice-to-have skills:

- experience with a graph database

- experience with managing user accounts and security

- experience with managing database security

- experience managing web application aesthetics with CSS or some CSS derivative

- experience with web application security best practices and setting up user authentication

- building data APIs

- experience developing applications to interact with Facebook API, LinkedIn API, Google API, and Twitter API

- experience with deploying applications on services such as Heroku

- experience with designing mobile application interfaces

Please reach out to us at Inscoop (careers (at) inscoop.com). We look forward to talking with you.

Thank you to the HN community. Although we've just filled this position, I wanted to say thanks for all your interest. You are a very impressive group of people, and I enjoyed getting to know some of you during the hiring process.

Best of luck to you,


Cofounder, Inscoop

Rainforest QA (https://www.rainforestqa.com/jobs) - San Francisco, CA or remote (we're > 50% remote!).

Rainforest is a better way to do testing. We're building Rainforest to let everyone focus on the important things and spend less time thinking about QA.

Currently we're hiring full stack engineers, ops who can code and looking for a data person. I'm Russ, one of the founders. AMA.

Most of your code seems to be Ruby. Interested in Python applicants?

Open Whisper Systems ➡ San Francisco ➡ Full Time

Open Whisper Systems is focused on making private communication simple. Our technology is used by hundreds of millions of people, and everything we produce is open source.

★ Design Lead -- Help us shape the look, feel, and branding of all our applications across iOS, Android, and the web. Help us simplify and effectively communicate otherwise complex ideas about privacy and security.

★ iOS Lead Developer -- Help us build a beautiful messaging app that is a joy to use.

Substantial experience in the domain of iOS development or design is a must, but experience with security or cryptography is not necessary or desired.

Send us an email if this sounds interesting: workwithus@whispersystems.org

CITYMAPPER (LONDON, UK). https://citymapper.com Full time software engineers in London. (We will consider relocating exceptional candidates.)

Recent HN post! (help us solve the problems mentioned) Citymapper is what happens when you understand user experience https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=8238260

We're building one of the most important apps on mobile, an urban transport app built on the back of open data, to help navigate and use cities.

We're a VC-backed startup (Balderton, Index, Greylock, Connect) based in London with a team with backgrounds from Google, academia and startups.

We're looking for great people first and foremost, but especially the following roles:

- Platform engineer. Be responsible for our infrastructure in the cloud, shape the tool chain, and ensure that the moving parts of our system can communicate, so that we can expand to all the cities in the world.

- Routing. We're reinventing getting from A to B in the world of mobile, multi modal and real-time data.

- Android and iOS developers. We're reimagining mobile interfaces and developing all the features that we dream about. You care about the "little big details" and know the grotty implementation details required to make things work across a range of devices and future platforms.

- Data pipeline/data science/analytics. We're building an omnivorous transport data processor that fuses together loads of data sources, and a psychic city brain.

- Software engineers. We're looking for great engineers to solve a range of other big problems, including search, data analysis, natural language processing. We use a lot of P Python, and some C and Java.

If interested, please contact me at emil@citymapper.com or apply at https://citymapper.com/jobs.

New job posted, we're looking for a Partner Engineer: http://citymapper.workable.com/jobs/44898

Nexedi (http://www.nexedi.com/jobs)

Where: Paris|Lille|Tokyo|Shanghai|Munich|REMOTE

Looking FULL TIME: Big Data Engineer

Looking TRAINEE/INTERN (6 months+): Babel RINA Research Engineer

We are:

- developing strictly open source/Free Software since 2001

- doing a lot of research, mostly via EU-funded projects

- a small team from and all around the globe (headquarters in Lille, France)

- fun to work with


- you'll be working with a Chromebook like everyone else :-)

- our website still needs a make-over, I know...

apply to: jobs(at)nexedi.com

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Nilas | https://www.nilas.com/ | San Francisco, CA (Mission) | Frontend (JS), Design, Backend (Systems+Ops)

Hi! We're Nilas (pronounced ny-las) and our team is building the next generation email platform, starting with beautiful APIs.

Developers depend on our APIs, so we have to be reliable, up all the time, and fast. We have more data for a single user than in most startups' entire database. That means big technical challenges to solve as we scale our fledgling distributed backend. We've also been working on a new email client, and we're looking for product designers and front-end engineer. We're using React, Flux, and a fork of Atom Shell. More here: http://www.nilas.com/blog/splitting-the-atom

== More about us ==

• Backend: Python, Flask, gevent, nginx, MySQL, AWS, and Debian.

• Frontend: Coffeescript, React, (Re)Flux, WebSQL, Atom Shell (NodeJS + Chromium)

• Like open source? Us too-- check it out: https://github.com/inboxapp

• We're 40% women on our team of 13 (12 engineers), including 1 of 2 cofounders. We want to make that number 50%.

• Our sunny Mission office is more lived-in than tidy. Think art studio, not corporate. Our team is more likely to end up in Yosemite or on a bike ride together than drinking at the latest startup event.

• We have a flexible vacation policy and value personal responsibility and ownership. Benefits include full health, dental, vision, commuter, and lunch at the office every day. Some remote work / work-from-home is OK too.

Apply at https://www.nilas.com/jobs and mention HN. We love it when candidates let us know what draws them to the job, and we encourage applications from women, LQBTQ folks, and people of colour.

Some recent press: http://techcrunch.com/2015/01/27/next-gen-email-platform-nil...

TargetSmart Communications | Software Engineer | Fully REMOTE or DC office possible | Full time


Contact jobs at targetsmart dot net.

Every day, political organizations and businesses use TargetSmart’s highly targeted data products and services to analyze, understand, and communicate directly, effectively, and accurately with customers and voters.

TargetSmart seeks an experienced software engineer to join us in building service platforms for large scale data access, data processing, and data science. These software solutions are powered by TargetSmart’s industry leading political and consumer data products.

VP Engineering | KZO | Washington DC (Reston, VA) | $120-150k


- Bleeding edge, enterprise video used by world's top brands including: Audi, Comcast, Volkswagen, Anheuser-Busch, and many more.

- Backed by $1.4B Private Equity


- Managing a team to deliver timely, high-quality software releases

- Participate in code reviews to ensure high software quality with low complexity

- Recruiting, hiring and mentoring top engineering talent


- Strong leadership, people management, and communication skills

- Expert knowledge in Java, Spring MVC, RESTful (hypermedia) APIs, SOA, AWS, Linux

- Strong with security best practices

- Good working knowledge of modern web technologies including: JavaScript SPAs (We use Angular), HTML5, CSS3

- Experience with capacity planning, load and performance testing

- Up to date on industry trends and want to run ahead of the pack

- US Citizen

Apply at dev+jobs@kzoinnovations.com

Society of Grownups - https://www.societyofgrownups.com/careers - Boston, MA (Washington Square, Brookline)

As a Senior Software Engineer, you’ll be a key member of our team by being an advocate for unit and integration testing as we build out brand new financial education software from the ground up.

We’re a small team of talented developers looking for someone with a history of shipping scalable production-ready code in a highly collaborative environment. Our entire team comes from different backgrounds with different levels of experience, and we’re looking for a friendly engineer who can focus on helping us become better testers and developers. In that capacity, you’ll also work closely with our QA Lead to write integration tests, while keeping a keen eye on the user experience of our platform.

As our testing infrastructure becomes more robust, you’ll shift into writing isomorphic Javascript applications in Node.js and Ember. We’re a flat team with a high level of autonomy and personal responsibility, so the code you write will almost always be the direct result of an idea that we came up with -- together. You’ll have a rare opportunity to take ownership of the software you develop, and rely on your instincts and intuition to deliver a world-class experience to our grownups.

What you’ll do:

- Ensure that we’re using the best tools for unit and integration testing

- Help each developer figure out a personal workflow for testing

- Author code using Javascript and Ruby, while occasionally pair programming

What we’re looking for:

- Significant experience with unit testing and integration testing

- Strong knowledge of Javascript, SQL, and atleast one other programming language

- Experience with, or a desire to, mentor other developers

We offer very competitive compensation, a fantastic benefits package, flexible hours + WFH, and a level of individual trust, respect, and autonomy rarely found in most engineering teams.

Interested? Send us any questions, or a brief cover letter + resume to careers@societyofgrownups.com

Edelson PC - Investigation Litigation Associate - Chicago, Illinois

Looking to work on complex, high-stakes litigation—but in an informal atmosphere with casual dress, catered lunches, and a variety of amazing perks? Edelson PC is a consumer class action firm that offers associates the opportunity to work on cutting edge issues of first impression in the technology and privacy realm.

Primary responsibilities for full-time investigation associates will include: case development (including investigating potential tech fraud and privacy-related violations and overseeing technical assessments of software and hardware), factual and legal research, complaint drafting, client interaction, and discovery matters. Associates will work with a combination of attorneys and in-house computer forensic experts and should be able to communicate fluently in both law and tech.

Candidates should possess the following:

  -A law degree from an accredited university

  -Excellent academic law school record

  -Technical background

  -Computer science or computer engineering degree or other comparable credentials

  -0-4 years of legal experience

  -Creative intellect and ability to navigate issues of first impression
Starting salary of $120K - 135K (DOE), as well as a merit based annual bonus.

For more information and to apply, visit: http://edelson.com/apply-now/.

Fast track the screening process by solving our little challenge: curl http://challenge.shopcurbside.com

Curbside is enabling a new way to shop, built for the era of instant mobile commerce. The Curbside app makes it easy to find, buy and pickup products at nearby stores. Curbside searches realtime local inventory across retailers and uses location-based technologies to alert stores when a customer is arriving for a pickup. Curbside helps consumers quickly get what they need and helps retailers better serve their increasingly mobile centric customers. The Curbside Merchant Console enables alerts to staff as customers arrive to pick up orders and also manages online order workflow.

Curbside’s investors and advisors include Index Ventures, Jerry Yang’s AME Cloud Ventures, Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors, O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures, Gil Elbaz & David Waxman’s TenOneTen and Chicago Ventures.

Tech Stack: Clojure, Python, Javascript, iOS, Android, Elasticsearch

Problem space: mobile commerce, big data, search, machine learning, reverse engineering, distributed systems, location services, user experience.

http://www.shopcurbside.com/jobs • Palo Alto, Ca. • Relocation Available

Curbside is open to sponsoring existing H-1B’s, new E-3, O-1, and TN’s; however at this time we are not sponsoring new H-1B’s.

It takes an engineer to solve that challenge? Anyone with a bit of CS background and HTTP knowledge could do this.

That's their screening, not their interviewing. It's the equivalent of fizzbuzz.

Nice challenge!

wow still struggling to get this trough, any hint?

Where are you stuck? I looked at the beginning, and don't want to to give too much away. You'll probably benefit from https://stackoverflow.com/questions/356705/how-to-send-a-hea... if you are stuck really early on.

No that part was easy, it's the next that troubles me ahah

Wrote a recursive scraper, yet?

Do the "next" session IDs not work for anyone else?

Chengbao Ltd. (http://chengbao.com.hk/) - Hong Kong

We run online businesses delivering beautiful, usable software to end-users around the world via web and native apps.

Systems Administrator and DevOps Expertv (http://chengbao.com.hk/jobs/systems-administrator-and-dev-op...) We're looking for an experienced sysadmin to join our team building user-friendly online services for consumers. You'd report to our senior systems architect and join our team of engineers building high-scale services used by more than a hundred thousand people world-wide. Our company combines the best of being financially successful with the culture of a start-up.

Web Designer and Developer (http://chengbao.com.hk/jobs/web-designer-developer.html) We're looking for a web designer/developer who will be involved in every step of designing and implementing interfaces for our website. This involves high level concepting, collaborative brainstorming, sketching, wireframing, visual design and front-end implementation.

Other jobs opening positions in Chengbao: http://chengbao.com.hk/jobs/index.html

Any interest? talk to us at jobs@chengbao.com.hk

Company: Praetorian

Location: Austin, Texas


Positions: Directory of Security Research, Security Engineer (Penetration Tester). More details at http://www.praetorian.com/company/careers.

Why Join Praetorian? Praetorian strongly encourages company paid security training, company paid attendance to major conferences such as BlackHat and Shmoocon, and company paid bench time to do the research you enjoy. In addition, Praetorian offers competitive salaries and benefits that include health, dental, vision, life, and short term disability coverage as well as a 4% company match for 401k.

Praetorian fosters a startup culture that will be both challenging and rewarding. We're always looking for talented software and security professionals to join our team. If you are looking for a fast-paced environment with no red tape to cut through, read more about us at http://www.praetorian.com/company.

To Apply: Please send resumes to careers@praetorian.com. Part of the interview process involves the completion of one of our technical challenges. If you would like to get a head start, please view our tech challenges at http://www.praetorian.com/challenges/.

"Minimum 4-Year Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or equivalent from a "top ten" institution."

Coming off a bit elitist on your career page.

Nice challenges you guys have put up. Now I am addicted to ROTA.

I googled meaning of name of your company, really apt name for a security company (if anyone wondering, here's the wiki page - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Praetorian_Guard)

It's debatable. A lot of the emperors the praetorians were charged with protecting ended up dead, whether assassinated, sometimes by the praetorians themselves, or on the battlefield. That's not an institution which left a reputation of trustworthiness behind :)

Your /challenges stuff is really cool.

Is it okay with you guys if I still play but don't want a job?

Glad you like them! Feel free to play around even if you are not interested. If you do successfully beat them, shooting us an email to say how you beat them is always a fun read. Good luck!

Akkroo (https://akkroo.com) — London, England — App Engineer (ReactJS/JS/iOS/PHP), full-time

Mercedes-Benz, Breitling, United Airlines and Marie Curie Cancer Care are a few businesses who use our mobile apps to strip the paper out of mobile, customer data capture.

We're a smidgen over 2 years old, 8 people small, growing fast, and our mobile and web-based tools are part of the next wave of better, consumer-influenced enterprise SaaS software. We're replacing slow paper process with well-considered, scalable software and services - saving thousands of hours of work for our customers and their teams in over 90 countries. For tasks traditionally done on a clipboard, we are delivering an enjoyable, faster and smoother experience.

Our next engineer will benefit from a real opportunity to shape, influence and improve our products. As part of a small team of engineers, you will be working with new technologies to build our apps (we use ReactJS, Docker, Keen.io today, and ReactJS Native looks very promising). We love cross-discipline participation. A great fit for us will be a curious, thoughtful and smart person.

To learn more, contact me (Andy) once you have read this: https://akkroo.com/jobs/developer-engineer

One of our offices: Shanghai, China

We build products at the intersection of technology around data. Lots of data visualization, big data and infrastructure. We work with large organizations on challenging problems (the World Bank, the United Nations, CNN) OR on our own products (mostly developer tools, things like http://devo.ps or http://sweepboard.com).

We are a multicultural team with French, American, British, Chinese, Korean, Dutch and Finnish colleagues. We are about to settle a third office in Berlin this year. We work a lot with Javascript (node.js, AngularJS), Python, occasionally Go and Erlang. Lots of single page apps, APIs and infrastructure automation.

- Designer director; you have design chops, understand technology (HTML/CSS...) and do more than nice pictures (content,strategy,color,theory,...).http://careers.wiredcraft.com/jobs/design-director/

- Online marketing intern; we'd love some help with growth hacking our products and marketing our services like there's no tomorrow. http://careers.wiredcraft.com/jobs/online-marketing-intern/

Drop me a line at job@wiredcraft.com, or go to http://wiredcraft.com/careers.html

Syapse Inc -- Palo Alto & Philadelphia, PA

You can build advertising networks, make tools for financial institutions, help retailers target buyers...the options are endless. But are you excited by any of these choices?

There is another option: you could be a part of a team helping to cure cancer, stop heart disease, and deliver the right drugs to the right people at the right time with software for Precision Medicine.

Syapse software helps healthcare providers use next-generation genomic and molecular data, in context with complex clinical data (medical history, treatment, outcomes, cost, etc.) spread across multiple systems, to make the best decisions regarding patient care.

See here for all the open positions: http://syapse.com/about/careers/

I'm especially looking to hire Customer Solutions Engineers for the Philly office (http://syapse.com/about/careers/openings/?gh_jid=32512). So if you're on the East Coast and always wanted to join a Bay Area startup, but didn't want to relocate, now is your chance! We're especially interested in people with Python experience. Any experience with healthcare, electronic health records, or genomics is a bonus.

Spring - Senior Engineer - New York City - http://shopspring.com (fulltime, onsite)

Spring is one of the Best Apps Of 2015 according to Apple. Buying things directly from brands on mobile sucks - people don't use the individual brand apps or eCommerce sites for shopping - so we've built Spring to solve this problem at scale.

Our team is small but we’ve hired the best from companies like Google, Foursquare, Bitly, and Chartbeat, and we’re looking to add other software engineers to the team. http://jellolabs.com/team/

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.

More details https://spring.recruiterbox.com/, 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 https://spring.recruiterbox.com/, or simply email hey@jellolabs.com.

Prezi (https://prezi.com) - Budapest, Hungary - Full time (no remote, yes relocation)

Prezi is a zooming presentation software that uses an open canvas instead of traditional slides, is available on desktop, browsers, iPads and iPhones and Android. With offices in San Francisco and Budapest, we work together with 250 employees from 24 different countries.

You’ll love to work with us if you want to: 1. create an app used by 50 million users 2. work together with people who are smarter than you, who can inspire you, 3. work in small, independent teams, 4. do something from scratch, 5. have free quality-food all day long

- We are moving towards microservices, our backend engineering team is looking for someone who can help us building a reliable system to serve our users.

- We are looking for full-stack engineers to build services around our product ranging from collaboration to payment

- Our tools team is working on making developers’ life easier. We are seeking someone who’s excited about creating a next generation CI and development environment.

See all our open positions at: https://prezi.com/jobs/

I’m working here as an engineer and I’m happy to answer questions about these positions, our challenges. Feel free contact me here or in email: attila.gazso at prezi.com

I suppose you'll be willing to help relocate only developers? Or marketing people as well?

Marketing is mostly in San Francisco, but I think if you are a US citizen or have a visa we'll be willing to help relocate you.

VARIOUS, FULL TIME - Yumist.com - Delhi, India

Yumist is a full-stack, on-demand comfort food tech startup currently operating in Cyber City and Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon. We own the food production, delivery logistics, on-ground operations and all the tech and design is in-house, too. Raised a little seed round earlier: http://bit.ly/YumistSeedRoundET

Now hiring across various profiles:

#1 ANDROID DEVELOPER - Full time in Delhi, India. Salary: INR500K – INR1000K with 0.0% – 0.3% Equity. Strong experience required in OO design, JAVA (J2EE / J2ME), RESTful APIs, Android SDK and Eclipse. Knowledge of MySQL and Google Location APIs is a plus.

#2 BACKEND ENGINEER - Full time in Delhi, India. Salary: INR400K – INR800K with 0.0% – 0.3% Equity. Strong experience required in PHP, RDBMS technologies, RESTful APIs, Google location APIs.

#3 TECH LEAD - Full time in Delhi, India. Happy to discuss your salary and equity requirements in person. Minimum 4 years of experience required in technologies including, but not limited to, PHP, MySQL, Java, REST APIs, Location APIs and SDKs. Must have a strong product & consumer mindset; and the ability to convert business insights into actionable tech deliverables. Experience in Android app development is a huge plus.

We are ALSO hiring Entrepreneurs in Residence, HR & Admin Managers and Recruiters.

To apply, go to http://bit.ly/YumistJob or email raj@yumist.com.

Button - NYC - http://usebutton.com

Come be Engineer #6 at Button! We’re looking for full-stack generalists and iOS and Android pros.

WHAT WE DO: We’re building a platform and loyalty network that connects mobile apps together. We’ve announced partnerships with Uber, Resy, and Tablelist, and we’re just getting started. (The nature of what we do puts us in touch with a lot of growing mobile startups.)

WHO WE’RE AFTER: We’re a merry band of hackers and entrepreneurs, and we’re looking for someone similarly minded. Our backend is a mix of NodeJS and Golang, and we have a rich iOS SDK (and need help building Android).

Ideally you’ll have 5+ years of experience working on hard technical problems in a related environment. But more important is an ability to work through hard problems, a drive to innovate, and an insistence on clean and well-tested code. Our lead engineers are veterans of Google and Venmo.

WHAT YOU’LL DO: As engineer #6, you’ll either specialize in our mobile SDK or our backend. Both are being built to integrate into hundreds of top-tier apps, with millions of users per day, so performance and correctness are absolutely critical. We’ve still got a lot of work to do, so as an early engineer you’ll have a lot of influence over design decisions and directions.

CONTACT: Interested? Apply at http://www.usebutton.com/join-us or drop us a line at recruiting@usebutton.com, and Chris or Mikey will get back to you! (Please mention HN, too!)

ZipRecruiter - http://ziprecruiter.com - Santa Monica (LA area) - REMOTE OK for some positions

Our goal is to create the best online services for filling and finding jobs. We bootstrapped for the first four years, growing to 100+ employees. Last August, we raised $63M led by Institutional Venture Partners.

We have a number of open positions:

  - Software Engineer (primarily Python) (Santa Monica)
  - Software Engineer (primarily Perl) (Santa Monica or Remote)
  - QA Automation Engineer (selenium or similar) (Santa Monica)
  - Web Performance Engineer (e.g. Steve Souders) (Santa Monica)
  - Software Engineer, Data Science (Santa Monica)
  - Systems Administrator/Site Reliability Engineer (Santa Monica or Remote)
We're growing rapidly and have a large customer base (primarily small and medium sized businesses). We have interesting problems to solve in the areas of search, yield management, analytics, scalability and new product development. If you'd like to learn more, please visit https://www.ziprecruiter.com/hiring/technology or email us at techjobs@ziprecruiter.com

Los Angeles CA - KEYPR

We're redefining the guest experience at hotels worldwide. With our mobile app, you check in and go straight to your room. With our web app, hotels get real-time metrics and tools to track.

We're looking for front-end, back-end, mobile, and embedded/firmware engineers. We use Python, Node.js, AngularJS, iOS, Android, and C.

If you like to solve challenging problems, please email me at charles@keypr.com. Please include your GitHub profile or links to code and any relevant work.



San Francisco, CA - close to Caltrain

Experienced frontend, backend, full stack, iOS, and Android engineers. We're always open to good DevOps and data engineers as well.


We're a high-standards group with a lot of pride in our products, code, and people. We understand consumer scale and data (Reddit co-founder & engineers) and aspire to build products that customers love. We've had success due to this, consistently getting 4-5 star reviews on app/play stores and net promoter scores at or above the best in the tech industry.

We're friends and work hard to enable folks to do their best work. Processes are light and trust is high. At 26 engineers we're not so big where you can't know everyone well and have an impact, but not so small where it's chaos and you don't have anyone to learn from. We value learning and growth (and not having bored people) and invest regular time in doing so. For example, every other Friday is open time for you to do stuff that helps you be a better engineer.

We're looking for folks that love all of the above and can help us raise our standards. You can email us at jobs-2015@hipmunk.com if you're interested!

Do you guys sponsors new H1Bs or is there any option for remote?

Greater NYC Area | Linux systems admin | Full-time REMOTE (with on-site support as needed) | Digitally Imported - DI.FM

Digitally Imported is seeking a Linux Systems Administrator for a full-time position in the Technology group. This is a permanent position with a thriving music company... Also, you get to work from home (for the most part - our datacenter is in Secaucus, NJ and you will be required to be on-site for emergencies and scheduled maintenance).

We're a midsized (~30 full time employees) organization where almost everyone works remote from wherever they are around the globe. You'd be responsible for managing a mix of Linux (Ubuntu and CentOS) and Windows servers, both physical and virtualized - including proactive monitoring of system health, performance tuning, and disaster recovery design/implementation. If you know MySQL, Varnish, Exchange, or Rails/Passenger, even better!

We don't watch the clock or mandate any set schedule outside of occasional (teleconference) meetings - we're just looking for kickass work. We're great about ensuring you're set up with whatever you need to make your home office work, and music isn't just our business, it runs in the blood of the company - we're DJs, audio engineers, performers, and more... all supporting streaming of great music to a fanbase who has been listening to us for more than a decade.

More details and a full list of desired qualifications here - http://www.di.fm/jobs

Feel free to email seth[at]di.fm or nick[at]di.fm with any questions, or please send a resume to jobs[at]di.fm to apply.

Upkeep - Los Angeles, CA https://www.tryupkeep.com - REMOTE

We are a home services startup that's been in business since 2012 with a technology platform that matches cleaning professionals to those who need their place cleaned. We're profitable, growing rapidly, and currently service 6 major cities within the United States. Our team is entirely distributed and remote so we make heavy use of Asana, Slack, and other web applications to keep our operations organized and efficient.

We are looking for a long-term senior REMOTE Ruby on Rails developer (at least 2 years experience) that can get things done, take ownership of features, and come up with scalable solutions to challenging problems. You will be our first engineering hire! Our product is used by thousands of customers every month so the impact is real. Come join us on our mission to making home services both easy and affordable! Our stack @ http://stackshare.io/upkeep/upkeep

We'd love to hear from you! Please apply @ https://www.tryupkeep.com/jobs

Splitwise (https://www.splitwise.com) is hiring software engineers in Providence, RI

Full-time. Remote not OK. Will support visa transfers. No internships available.

Too many couples, roommates, and friends fight about money. Splitwise makes beautiful apps that make it effortless to share costs. We're passionate about supporting our users, building a world-class product, and solving interesting social problems through technology and design. We're a super-small team backed by leading investors in Boston, New York, and Silicon Valley. For all positions we're offering 85K-120K and .5-2% equity in Splitwise.

All Positions (https://www.splitwise.com/jobs):

Full-stack engineer: You love building things in any language: Rails, Backbone.js, HTML5, Objective-C, Java, and more (https://www.splitwise.com/jobs/fullstack)

Back-end engineer: You write code that’s a joy to read, and want to help scale a service with millions of transactions per month (https://www.splitwise.com/jobs/backend)

Android engineer: You’re familiar with all of Android’s quirks and strengths, and can imagine a world-class Splitwise for Android experience (https://www.splitwise.com/jobs/android)

Please direct resumes to jobs@splitwise.com. We're looking forward to meeting you!

Airware, San Francisco

We're working on a technology platform for commercial drones to enable surveying, precision agriculture, search & rescue, inspection, conservation, and delivery. We do hardware, embedded systems, desktop software, and web. We fly, we collection data, and we process and visualize. We're looking for passionate engineers who love data, want to be the best at what they do, and have an interest in aviation/aerospace.

Here's a few positions relevant to HN:

Frontend SWE (JS) - https://boards.greenhouse.io/airware/jobs/49240

Sr Backend SWE (Go) - https://boards.greenhouse.io/airware/jobs/49210

Backend SWE (Go) - https://boards.greenhouse.io/airware/jobs/49214

Desktop SWE (.NET) - https://boards.greenhouse.io/airware/jobs/49236

All positions:



I sent a resume to you guys a few times but never even get a confirmation email of receipt. Can you check that greenhouse is working?

FWIW I got an automated reply from Greenhouse acknowledging receipt along with the remark "If your background is a good fit, our team will reach out to you shortly."

Bugcrowd - San Francisco - (remote for the right people, visa)

We're looking for experienced engineers to join our SF engineering team.

As a member of our engineering team you’ll be in a position to help shape the way we work. It's a very agile development environment where we expect things to change. Because of that we yearn for team members that want to improve the codebase as well as the process that gets code shipped.

Our existing team consists of a broad range of musicians, hipsters, geeks, skateboarders, skiers, snowboarders, nature lovers, Mums & Dads.

We are a very entrepreneurial team and collectively we’ve built, sold, delivered and supported solutions for many enterprise industries. Now as Bugcrowd we do this with the agility and GSD attitude of a startup. We work collaboratively, enjoy working as a team and are extremely focused on happy customers!

Overall it’s not just about what can a new team member do for us, but also how can we help that member be ready for what they want to next, whether it’s acquiring a new technical skill or learning what they need to launch their own business idea.


Vurb - San Francisco, CA (H1B OK) - http://vurb.com

We launched last week and are currently featured on the iTunes Store in Best New Apps! - http://techcrunch.com/2015/02/26/mobile-search-david-vs-goog...

We also won TC Disrupt and raised over $10M with a small team

What we do: Vurb is evolving the mobile search and sharing experience, by creating a single app to find, plan, and share - partnering with services and apps like Yelp, Foursquare, Rotten Tomatoes, etc. Rather than jumping between 6 different apps to find something, we're delivering a cohesive experience in one place - an app you'll use every day.

Investors: Max Levchin, Drew Houston, Naval Ravikant, CrunchFund, Redpoint + others.

Why me? Apply if you are looking for a rapidly growing small team and the opportunity to take on significant responsibility and ship rapidly. This is a hard problem with the potential to improve how we do things on the Internet.

* Full-stack Engineer / DevOps - generalist opportunities across the stack: backend, frontend, APIs, JavaScript, node.js, backbone.js, AWS

* Mobile Engineer - iOS / Android engineers (2+ years experience)

* Search / Data Scientist / Data Engineer - search, classification, ranking, ML, graphs, data crawling/processing. Advanced CS degree required.

* Product Designer - UI/UX

* Head of Business Development

Apply at http://vurb.com/jobs | jobs@vurb.com

Flexport | Software engineer | San Francisco, CA Our goal is to create a world where anyone can freely trade regardless of geographic, cultural, regulatory, or logistical boundaries. By dramatically simplifying the process of importing goods from overseas, we aim to empower a new generation of entrepreneurs to benefit from the wonders of international trade. We're a small team of technologists, logistics experts and customer experience fanatics operating out of a beautiful office in downtown San Francisco. Backed by YCombinator, as well as Google Ventures, Bloomberg BETA, and First Round Capital · Experienced revenue growth of 2,000% over the last 3 months · Only tech-driven logistics company offering a full-stack of freight forwarding and customs brokerage services We are currently hiring software developers plus freight, customs and logistics experts of all kinds. If you are interested in joining our team, check out https://www.flexport.com/careers or my e-mail is evie@flexport.com :)

Mutually Human - Grand Rapids, Michigan (on-site, full time) - http://www.mutuallyhuman.com/

We are a small team passionate about making people's lives better through software. We're looking to hire senior software developers and software designers at our office in Grand Rapids.

A little bit about us:

  - We write custom software of all shapes and sizes for clients all over the US.

  - We aren't limited to any really specific set of technologies, which is a great
    opportunity to learn. In the past two years, I've worked with Python (Flask+SQLAlchemy),
    Objective-C (and some Swift), Backbone.js (inside PhoneGap), Angular.js (with CoffeeScript),
    QT, Node.js, and a good helping of Ruby and Rails.

  - We practice a sustainable pace. We recognize that we each have lives,
    activities, and families outside of work. Late nights and > 40 hour weeks are
    rare by design. Last year I worked an average of 40.408 hours per week.

  - We run a makerspace in our building (http://grmakers.com), which gives us
    access to lots of cool stuff like a laser cutter and 3D printers.
A little bit about you:

  - You love making software, and you have a couple of years of experience building
    software with a variety of tools and technologies.

  - You learn new stuff quickly. You’ve used a lot of technologies, but you’re not
    afraid to use more. You have some experience with web or mobile tech.

  - You believe software is written for humans, not computers.
I'm a software developer on this awesome team. If you're interested, check out our website: http://www.mutuallyhuman.com/hiring/

Dutch Domotics / Sensara | Rotterdam, Netherlands

We build wireless sensor networks to improve assisted living / ageing in place for elderly. The solutions are deployed both in nursing homes and at private homes.

You get to work on interesting technology (Domotics, sensors, internet of things, cloud computing etc) and a useful product that improves people's lives.

We have a small team where you will have freedom and responsibility. Looking for enthusiastic professionals that can work autonomously and in teams.

Looking for

1. Backend engineer. Our stack is Java based. Experienced building distributed systems / linux / mobile.

2. Sys admin. We run on debian linux. Configuration management with Ansible. You will help with improving perforance, availability and security.

Have a look at http://dutchdomotics.nl/ and http://mysensara.com/website/ Email me: roland.deboo@dutchdomotics.com

edit: Dutch speaking not required (we have two international colleagues). Fulltime positions, in our office.

NoRedInk in San Francisco (or remote).

Full stack rails engineers wanted to make sure that grammer is taught good. Every one's revolutioneyesing educaton but while some student's cant even right the write words.

Then there was NoRedInk.

NoRedInk helps students quickly improve their grammar and writing skills. We've got a small, technically excellent engineering team. We extensively use React.js and Flux in production. I work here because I get to learn about my practice (as well as my failing grammar skills) every day. I work here because I care about education. I work here because existing online tools for teaching grammar and writing are pathetic. Join us as engineer #7, and improve how grammar is taught.


p.s. Other people think we're awesome, too:


Baltimore, MD; Reston, VA; FULL TIME

Videology, Inc. - http://www.videologygroup.com/

Internet advertising startup looking primarily for server-side Java developers (if your Java is rusty but you're good, drop us a note anyway). I was working for a start-up called LucidMedia Networks (hence the "lmn" in the e-mail address below), which got acquired by Videology. Our stack is Java with Spring on *nix (Mac for dev, Linux on servers) with MySQL and some NoSQL stores on AWS. The Baltimore office also has a team on a large .NET stack as well, but Java teams are spread across both offices. We have some big projects in the works involving big data and volume as we scale globally and consolidate platforms into best of breed. The Reston office is located right next to the Silver Line metro station.

Contact me directly at sahil_lmn@yahoo.com.

I actually got hired through a HN "Who is Hiring" thread, and I hired 2 people through these threads. These things do work!

Patchman (http://www.patchman.co) - Enschede, The Netherlands (or remote) - Full time

Hosting providers suffer on a daily basis from the consequences of the many security vulnerabilities found in commonly used PHP applications such as WordPress, Drupal and Joomla. It is a frequently used entry point to deface customer’s websites and upload/execute malware. Besides this being a significant security risk, it also causes an unstable hosting platform and unhappy customers.

Patchman patches vulnerabilities before they get exploited. Best of all, customers won't even notice! Patchman helps hosting providers to achieve substantial savings in operational costs, increase customer happiness and reduce their churn rate. To support Patchman’s rapid growth, we’re looking to expand its team.

Read more: http://patchman.co/downloads/software_engineer.pdf

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

Scribd ("Netflix for eBooks", top 100 website, 50 people) is hiring talented hackers of all kinds to help us build the library of the 21st century.

We've hired EIGHT full-time people and TONS of interns from these "Who is Hiring" threads ... it really works!

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

* Data science / data analysis (using big data tools like hive to analyze an amazing proprietary dataset)

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

* Javascript (well, we use Coffeescript)

* iOS OR Android (we're a top 10 eBook app with more reviews than Wikipedia, with a small mobile team)

* Machine Learning / data mining / recommendations - think Netflix prize, but for books!

* Product manager and design (UI or UX) roles too

* Internships: junior standing or above for all areas of engineering. We hire several interns every summer and year-round.

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!) in the center of the startup world in San Francisco. 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, and we love hiring people with entrepreneur and startup ambitions. We are also always looking for international people interested in moving to the US and can help you secure a visa.

You can read more about our "Netflix for Books" service here http://wrd.cm/1dJquzz or check out our tech blog at http://coding.scribd.com. Last month we launched the first "Netflix for Comics" - really exciting stuff! More here: http://wrd.cm/1MbaBA6

More info is at http://www.scribd.com/jobs, but as a HN user, feel free to apply directly by emailing me at jared at scribd.com.

I sent you a couple of emails, but never received a reply.

Did mail you a couple of times. Never heard back though.

Lyft - https://www.lyft.com/jobs - San Francisco, CA With the tap of a button, passengers in need of a ride are instantly connected to nearby drivers. We currently operate in 65 cities all across the country, and with your help, we’ll take Lyft worldwide! If growth excites you, this is the place to be! We're looking for:

  - Software Engineers
  - Android Engineers
  - Product Managers
  - iOS Engineers
  - DevOps Engineers
  - Data Architects
  - Lead UX Researcher
  - Data Analysts
  - Infrastructure Engineers
  - Lead Product Designer
Stack: AWS, MongoDB, PHP, Python, Go, AngularJS Interested? kiana a/t lyft d/o/t com. Open to coffee/tea or whatever to discuss. Incredible team, top medical & dental, open vacation policy, 401k, catered lunches, snacks, dogs, equipment, Lyft credits, support Visas, etc. -----

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Ann Arbor / Detroit, MI - Alfa Jango

Looking for:

* Ruby, JavaScript, Back-end and Full-stack Developer(s)

* Project / Operations Manager

Full-time, salary with benefits - LOCAL preferred, REMOTE welcome

We build startups. We act as CTO and development team for early stage startups. We help everyone from new founders who have an idea, to startups who have already raised money and have paying customers; one of our clients even went through YCombinator.

One of our startups also just got acquired by Edmunds.com in October [1]! Several of our other startups are doing very well, and one of our developers is splitting off with their own startup, so we need to invite a couple more people into the team to help us grow.


We've recently grown to a team of 7, and are now looking to bring on one or two more developers, as well as a project manager (who can possibly help take on management of the company operations as well). We're a small team, so you'll have the opportunity to make a real difference with the company and our startups.


If working on startups and open-source [2] sounds like a lot of fun to you, then you might be a good fit :-) If you're ready to become an integral part of a startup building startups, let us know.

Check us out on our website: http://www.alfajango.com

Or reach out to us: support@alfajango.com


[1] http://www.edmunds.com/car-news/edmundscom-acquires-carcode-...

[2] http://os.alfajango.com/

Galeria Kaufhof - Cologne, Germany - Full time (no remote) - Software Developers, Web Interface Developers, Systems Administrators

Contact manuel.kiessling@kaufhof.de

We are currently building a new online retail platform for Galeria Kaufhof (20,000+ employees) as a green-field Scala/Play2 project backed by Cassandra.

You can find more info on our architecture at http://galeria-kaufhof.github.io/general/2014/09/20/jump-ein... (in German).

We are looking for Software Engineers with experience in Scala and RESTful architectures, Web Interface Developers with experience in AngularJS, and Systems Administrators with experience in OpenStack and Puppet/Chef/Ansible.

We also have a dedicated job microsite in German at http://www.wir-lieben-ecommerce.de/

Collective Health, ( http://collectivehealth.com/ ), San Mateo, CA (Full time, on-site only)

We're disrupting the employer-sponsored healthcare industry (our favorite analogy is how Tesla tackles several verticals at once, such car makers, dealers as well as the oil industry).

We can lower both the first and second derivative of the rising health care cost curve, nationwide. There's some compelling evidence for it, if you'd like to chat.

Our tech stack is a mix of Go and Java components with Angular on the front end. We use a custom service bus to tie our SOA together, microservices style. We love docker, postgres, riak, automated testing, and continuos integration.

As a company, we're strong believers in transparency, trust and balance. As an engineering team, we believe good code is easy to read and should have a short "time to understanding". We expect all of our engineers to continually teach as well as learn. We also believe that everyone should write good code, yet balance that against the need to ship.

The company just a year old, so early enough for non-trivial equity. Despite that we punch above our weight-class with experienced founders, 40+ team members (~ one quarter is engineering), and paying customers.

We've got a ton of interesting problems to solve around distributed systems, data analytics and predictions, system reliability, security, privacy and more. We're looking for experienced SW engineers up and down the stack, front end, back end, infrastructure, data, dev ops, test, generalist, etc.


We're super proud of the company mission, engineering culture and tech stack we've put together and would love a chance to explain it all in detail!

LabKey Software - Seattle or San Diego - No Remote

We're looking for talented software developers, program managers, and testers!

Our team partners directly with biomedical researchers working to prevent and treat a wide range of diseases (HIV, cancer, diabetes, auto-immune diseases, asthma, allergies, and others); we learn about their science and unique needs, and develop solutions to their data management and analytical challenges. We release everything we develop as open-source software, accelerating research in labs and networks throughout the world. We are serious about developing high quality software, delivering innovative solutions, and contributing to the research community, but we're just as committed to maintaining an enjoyable, collaborative and flexible work environment.


Crowd Cast - Tokyo, Japan - Full Time (REMOTE OK. CAN OFFER VISA / RELOCATION SPONSORSHIP) - iOS Developer

Crowd Cast is a Tokyo based FinTech startup. Our quest is to build applications that simplify and take the pain out of business processes. Staple, our focus product, is an expense management application that makes it easy for users to enter, manage, and track expenses anywhere on any device (https://staple.jp/).

We are looking for a talented and accomplished iOS developer to join our global engineering team to build on and expand our existing applications to the next level. You should have a strong portfolio of built iOS apps and be confident in working in a small hands on development team.

Our ideal candidate will be comfortable in a startup environment and will bring an energetic, fun and creative approach to their work. Our priority is to hire the best talent and team players, regardless of location, but we prefer those within Asia.

Skills & Requirements

- BS/MS in Computer Science or similar fields

- Previous experience at software company (preferably a startup)

- Proficient in iOS development with examples of apps in the App Store where you were the sole developer

- Hands on experience working with external backend APIs (JSON based)

- Hands on experience with Agile software development process and usage of Github, JIRA, Heroku or similar tools

- Strong grasp of computer science fundamentals, algorithms, and data structures

- Comfortable with B2B systems like Accounting, POS, CRM (QuickBooks API, Square API, Salesforce API) systems

- Comfortable in a small, intense and high growth start-up environment

- Proficiency in Android development too is a plus

Please email: hiring@crowdcast.jp (and put “HN” in the subject)

Palantir Technologies - Palo Alto, CA - Palantir Technologies builds software platforms that help human experts perform powerful, collaborative analysis of data at scale. Learn more at Palantir.com.

Software Engineer, Internal Tools: The Internal Tools team at Palantir owns continuous integration, artifact & dependency management, build tools, source code management, and much more. We use a combination of open-source software (e.g. Gerrit, Jenkins, Ivy, Gradle), third-party enterprise software (e.g. Atlassian Bamboo and Stash), and in-house magic to develop robust and scalable systems. For more info or to apply: https://www.palantir.com/careers/OpenPosDetail?id=a0m8000000... Do you have any questions? Drop me an email at jscalisi@palantir.com

Parelio | Durham, NC; or REMOTE | http://parelio.com

Parelio builds software that helps medical device companies and their distributors make better decisions when it comes to managing inventory and surgeries. We are passionate about building an analytics-driven technical infrastructure that reduces waste and increases supply chain transparency. This lets all stakeholders make better decisions, which ultimately leads to more affordable healthcare for patients.

:: Senior Software Engineer (full-stack, Python/Django) ::

Details: https://parelio.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0k2v?referer=hn

:: DevOps Engineer ::

Details: https://parelio.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0k2p?referer=hn

Ticketmaster/Live Nation - Software Engineer - Los Angeles / West Hollywood, United States

Ticketmaster is looking for a strong Software Engineer who can thrive in a fast paced environment to join the newly minted Distributed Commerce team. We are building products that will enable third parties to sell verified tickets off-site, on many of the largest platforms and websites in e-commerce and online media. As a key member of a small, dedicated business unit, you will be responsible for developing new technology solutions that are completely independent from legacy systems. These scalable solutions will look to sell more than 6M+ tickets in 2015, utilizing transactional and content APIs, leveraging robust data and content schemas, as well as developing SDKs and transactional widgets that will empower partners to build consumer products which sell more tickets for concerts, sports and family events while increasing the exposure of the Ticketmaster brand.


- 5+ years professional hands on software development experience, with 3+ years specifically utilizing Java and 2+ years of web services applications/systems experience

- Experience building and maintaining scalable Rest APIs

- Hands-on experience to search utilities like Solr, Lucene and Elastic Search

- Strong knowledge about Relational and NoSQL databases especially HBase, Cassandra

- Exposure to open source frameworks for distributed computing and big data like Hadoop, Hive, Storm, Tez

- Scripting skills, e.g. Python, shell, etc. is a plus

- Experience with an open source development environment using tools and platforms such as Spring, Maven, Git, Eclipse, JIRA

Apply directly to Ticketmaster: https://livenation.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/6178/Software-E...

Chattanooga, TN Full time - on site


Bellhops has been exploding in popularity because we’re solving a problem that every American has had: moving. We’ve decided to attack this industry that hasn’t seen innovation since Henry Hohnsbeen invented the clipboard. We’re changing that by building a great organization of problem solvers who are at the top of their game.

We're a hard working team, and we have a blast. Join us at our Chattanooga, TN Headquarters. The city is home to the first municipal gigabit network in the nation, and was described by Outside Magazine as the best outdoor city in the country.

Tech -

Python/Django Developer DevOps Engineer Sr. Front End Developer Mobile Developer (iOS and/or Android)

Writing -

*Communications Specialists -Copywriting and PR role

Contact: Email careers@getbellhops.com Apply at https://getbellhops.com/careers/ and angel.co

Naked Apartments

Full Stack Rails Engineer | REMOTE | Full Time | Anywhere, USA

Naked Apartments has set out to simplify renting, starting in NYC. We’re a small team, growing fast, and already taking a big bite out of Craigslist’s juicy NYC revenues, but we’ve set our sights on much bigger goals.

Our team is optimized for developer impact and freedom.

* A TRULY REMOTE job. We’ve taken Jason Fried’s TED talk [1] to heart and built an entirely distributed team, including even our CEO. This isn’t a remote bait-and-switch job, we have no physical office for employees to report to.

* Flexible work schedules. Work the times that work best for you. Our team cares about what gets done, not about how many hours you stare at your screen.

* No wire frames, pixel perfect designs, or 35 page specs handed down from out of touch product managers. We trust our engineers to help define business needs and shape them.

* Engineers get to take an idea from conception all to way to production, coupled with a team support system to get feedback and iterate until you’ve built a something we’re all proud of.

* Friendly, funny, energetic co-workers.

* Our company is profitable and growing.

We want team members we can trust, who not only care deeply about well written and tested code, but our business as well. Be ready to learn, grow, and help the team do great things together.

Send us an email, we’d love to hear from you: jobs@nakedapartments.com

* http://www.nakedapartments.com

* http://www.nakedapartments.com/about/jobs

[1] http://www.ted.com/talks/jason_fried_why_work_doesn_t_happen...

Quick question -Does remote stand for anywhere in the world or anywhere in the country where company is located?

Mostly the case, but remember that you might end up working during odd hours. I live in Europe and remote for a US company. I pretty much get up/work/eat/sleep PST time.

The way I see it REMOTE often stands with "compatible timezone remote".

I wish there was something like "INTERNATIONAL REMOTE" which would allow us people in totally different timezones understand if the company is globally distributed/remote or not, because you might have issues if their working style is not compatible.

Remote should mean anywhere in the world but expect that some companies will prefer people who can visit a local or head office regularly, or people who work in a similar timezone or country to make things easier to coordinate.

Basis, an Intel Company — San Francisco, CA — full time — frontend/backend engineers

Basis is a fitness wearables company; we're the company behind Peak[1], a watch that can measure everything from movement and heartrate to the stages of your sleep, all automatically. We are looking for both frontend and backend engineers to help us add new features as well as scale.

Our backend team works primarily in Python on Linux; we manage a RESTful API which the web & mobile apps use. We're looking for engineers[3] to help us make the infrastructure behind this API scale in addition to adding new features.

We're also looking for a second DevOps Engineer[4] to join the team. Our present engineer here is solely responsible for our monitoring and paging infrastructures, as well as nightly deploys to test clusters. There's a ton more he has planned, and he'd love help getting it done.

We also have mobile positions open for both Android and iOS. In addition to having a beautiful UI and your typical RESTful HTTP API, our mobile app has the unique challenge of also needing to communicate with the user's watch over Bluetooth. (See [2] for open positions. Apologies for the short description here, I'm a backend engineer.)

[1]: https://www.mybasis.com/

[2]: Links to all openings: https://www.mybasis.com/careers/

[3]: Backend Software Engineer: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/jobs/job-search/js2.h...

[4]: DevOps: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/jobs/job-search/js2.h...

Axial | Senior Python Engineer, Mobile Engineer, Frontend Engineer | New York, NY - http://www.axial.net/axial-engineering/

We are working to make the private capital markets more transparent by bringing together capital providers, advisors and entrepreneurs who operate in the middle market.

Backed by top-tier VC firms, we are furiously adding to our Engineering team to build the tools necessary to serve our varied customer base and grow the network.

We are hiring for multiple positions and you can find the list here - http://www.axial.net/axial-engineering/.

Located in the Flatiron, we are in the midst of everything awesome NYC has to offer.

Reach out to me at farhan.ahmed@axial.net if you have any questions.

ProctorFree | http://proctorfree.com/careers | Full-Time | SysAdmin/DevOps | Charlotte Area, North Carolina OR anywhere in the world (Remote)

About Us:

ProctorFree is revolutionizing the way students take tests. We let students take tests from any location and on any device, while giving educators piece of mind that the student is who they say they are. We combine next generation face recognition technologies with battle tested cloud applications to create a turnkey solution for online test taking.

About you:

- Proficient with ops automation (Chef, Puppet, Docker, Ansible, etc)

- Proficient with AWS (EC2, Route53, S3, ELB, JIRA, Git, RDS)

- Having Java dev skills is extra icing on the cake

About our stack:

- Java SpringMVC

- Java Hibernate ORM/MySQL/Postgres

- Visual C++

- HTML/CSS/jQuery on the frontend

- JIRA Confluence + Bamboo CI

- AWS infrastructure

Contact me at mbesto AT gmail or info @ proctorfree

Thinknum - https://www.thinknum.com – New York, NY - VISA

Thinknum is Github for Finance, a platform that allows investors to access the web’s financial knowledge. We have thousands of analysts using our platform, including many from major financial institutions. We’re a graduate of 500 Startups and raised $1m in funding led by Pejman Mar Ventures. Thinknum has been featured by the New York Times, TechCrunch, VentureBeat and Forbes.

We’re growing quickly and currently hiring engineers number 4, 5, and 6. You can check out a list of open positions at https://www.thinknum.com/jobs. If you have any questions, please email us at founders@thinknum.com.

Company: Enlitic http://www.enlitic.com/ Location: San Francisco REMOTE is fine if you're happy to visit regularly :)

If you have world-class machine learning, math, programming, stats, or physics skills, and want to use them to positively impact a billion people, please read this. We believe that what we're working on is the biggest financial and social impact opportunity in the world today.

Enlitic uses recent advances in machine learning to make medical diagnostics faster, more accurate, and more accessible. Founded by Kaggle's past president and chief scientist (that's me!), its mission is to provide the tools that allow physicians to fully utilize the vast stores of medical data collected today, regardless of what form they are in - such as medical images, doctors' notes, and structured lab tests. To realize this vision, we are building on state-of-the-art deep learning algorithms and partnering with top research hospitals and medical device manufacturers. We've raised $5m funding and have a small team of 10 applied machine learning experts.

No medical or life sciences background is necessary. We are looking for people that have an in depth understanding of linear algebra, convex optimization, algorithm design, and software engineering, to join us us data scientists and engineers. Python, C++, and CUDA experience is helpful - but the proven ability to learn quickly is more important. We're also looking for MD/PhDs with physics or comp sci backgrounds to help us brings the worlds of medicine and machine learning together.

Have a look at our team to see whether you think you might be a good fit http://www.enlitic.com/team.html . We're interested in building a diverse team, so if you don't fit the standard Bay Area "ninja rock star programmer" mold - great!

For more background on the company and technology, see my TED.com talk here http://www.ted.com/talks/jeremy_howard_the_wonderful_and_ter... . For more information about careers and how to apply, see http://www.enlitic.com/careers.html . If you're not sure whether you have the right skills or background, just shoot us an email anyway and we can figure that out together...

Oh I should also mention - if you're interested in playing with cool hardware and data, we're a great place to come. We use a cluster of hundreds of Tesla K80 GPUs, and have many millions of medical images - some single images are over 10GB in size. Many are 3d, which makes for some really interesting engineering challenges.

We use a wide range of tools and languages, including AngularJS, React, ES6 / Coffeescript, Python (Theano, Pandas/Numpy/etc, Flask), and C++ (Caffe). We have regular journal club talks (mainly recent deep learning papers), and a good mix of research and applied work.

Our day to day work covers a lot of cancer detection and treatment planning, as well as a wide range of other high impact medical issues - the consistent underlying theme is using a data-driven approach to improving patient outcomes. There are particularly big opportunities (both financial and social impact) in the developing world.

We're working with many of the top academics in the medical diagnostics field, and are partnering with some of the top hospitals around the country and around the world.

Are you guys open to accepting a trainee or an apprentice? This sounds like somewhere I would really want to work and I'm willing to start from the bottom if necessary.

Senior Software Engineers | Zappos | Las Vegas, NV

Hi there! Zappos currently has several openings for experienced software engineers -- specifically, we are looking for professionals with 8+ years of strong Java development experience. If you would like to be considered for these opportunities, please apply directly using the URL provided below or forward your resume to me (ahawthorn-contractor@zappos.com).

Salary for this is around $100k-$130k and would include our comprehensive benefits package and relocation assistance if needed.

Thanks for looking and I hope to hear from you soon!

-Andrew http://about.zappos.com/jobs/jobs-zappos-family/zappos-ip-in...

HubSpot - Cambridge/Boston, MA


HubSpot is a great place to work with a great culture of getting things done and delighting our customers. HubSpot loves investing in Engineering as a way to build a world-class product.

On the front-end, we use technologies like CoffeeScript and React to create a wonderful experience for our users interacting with the system.

On the back-end, we use technologies like HBase, Kafka, MySQL, Elasticsearch, ZooKeeper, and Dropwizard. If you haven't looked at Dropwizard, it's actually a really nice way to develop web services in Java: you can annotate paths like you would do in Python and Flask and just return a Java object that will be serialised into JSON for you by Jackson.

Engineering is organised into small teams (usually around 3 people) where you can have a big impact on the product. We deploy hundreds of times per day and use GitHub Enterprise for SCM, Jenkins to build, and an internally developed open-source system built on top of Mesos called Singularity to deploy app instance containers. Your changes won't be languishing in git waiting for a major release. Because deploys are so painless, we're able to deploy small changes.

If Google's catch-phrase is "Don't be evil" ours is "use good judgement". Check out our Culture Code for more information: http://www.culturecode.com. Also take a look at our 2014 Year in Review if you're interested: http://hubs.ly/y0zbyd0.

Work schedules are flexible, though most engineers get in around 10am. You get to make a meaningful difference in a product with loads of paying customers and a ton of traffic. Best of all, you get to work with loads of smart and fun people. That's the best thing about HubSpot: the people are great people that you can rely on, learn from, and have a great time getting things done with.

Lumi - Mobile Designer - London

Lumi is looking for an experienced Mobile Designer to shape our Android App (lumi news). We're a startup based in Farringdon, brought to you by the folks who made Last.fm

The role requires hands-on visual design (pixel magic) on mobile. We need your ability to help shape and define our product. Experience in doing quick mocks, Android design, and designing for small real estate very useful. Your designs are likely beautiful and cool!

https://lumi.do/about/jobs/design-leader https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=done.lumi

PipelineDB | Systems Engineer | San Francisco | Full time | jobs@pipelinedb.com

We're on a mission to build a new type of database for a modern world in which information is constantly moving, and moving fast. PipelineDB runs SQL queries continuously on large volumes of streaming data, giving companies the capability to easily develop scalable, realtime applications and services using only a familiar SQL interface. No application code is required.

This inherently involves solving a lot of big problems, many of which are novel. We’re looking for creative engineers who appreciate the value and freedom of choosing their own projects, approaches, and working with other top talent in a low distraction, streamlined work environment. Our small team has backgrounds from Berkeley, MIT, Facebook, Locu and AdRoll, and we're all doing exactly what we want to be doing: building a groundbreaking new product out of thin air.

We are well funded by top investors including SV Angel, Susa Ventures, Data Collective, Paul Buchheit, and more.

If you’ve been waiting for an opportunity like this, please send your resume and a quick blurb about yourself to jobs@pipelinedb.com.

About the systems engineering position:

As an early stage engineer you'll ultimately own a very large part of the product. Which part of the product you take charge of depends on where your interests are, but there are several different potential areas of focus. You'll be entrusted to make sound architectural decisions as well as implement your vision effectively. We review each others' code for quality, awareness, and learning, so you'll spend some time contributing your valuable perspective to those efforts as well, although the vast majority of your time will be spent designing and building your own projects.


* Full medical/dental/vision insurance

* No set work hours--work when you feel smart

* Choose your own setup

* No vacation policy other than that it is strongly encouraged

* Large equity ownership

Audio Visual Engineer TEMPORARY - Palo Alto, CA


• Design a new video capture system for the classroom that integrates with the Extron matrix switcher and touch panel control currently in place. • Design a new multi-channel sound system for the classroom. • Provide maintenance of general use spaces. • Consult with faculty in the use of technologically enhanced classrooms. • Provide technical and organizational support for CCRMA Concert Stage, Mobile 24-channel surround audio system and the installation of a multi-channel loudspeaker system for upcoming events and classes focused on multichannel audio. • Regular testing of workstation sound cards for approx. 40 Linux workstations. • Assist the CCRMA Staff with software maintenance. • Provide faculty and student tech support for use of specialized multi-channel studios.

The ideal candidate will have 4 or more years experience in Academic Technology, Audio Visual or Audio Engineering , and system installation and maintenance. A degree in music technology or a related engineering field is preferred. • Extensive experience with audio visual systems. • Excellent teaching, communication, and interpersonal skills. • Excellent time management and project management skills. • Facility with Linux and Macintosh environments. • Experience developing web sites using graphics, audio, and video resources. • Experience working with content management systems.

The work is expected to be full time, 40 hours per week. Flexible hours will be needed related to event production. Time sheets will be required. The job is temporary while a search for a permanent staff member is being conducted and terminates when that concludes. Pay is $30-45 hourly, depending on experience.

Send résumés and cover letter to info@ccrma.stanford.edu with the subject “Audio Visual Engineer application.”

RideCell(YC W12) - Senior Backend Engineer - San Francisco, CA

You wouldn't believe how inefficient most transportation systems are!

At RideCell, we build transportation automation software that helps large corporations, public transit agencies and Universities optimize, manage, and scale their transportation systems.

Our software has already moved almost 10 million people but that's just the beginning. We're working on much higher impact things that will fundamentally change the way logistics is done. Doing this requires solving some pretty interesting engineering problems ranging from optimally routing and dispatching vehicles to predicting customer demand based on historical and real-time variables to maximize throughput.

About You

- You have at least 3 years software development experience, including at least 2 years working with Python/Django.

- You have experience mentoring new developers.

- You have code samples you can share with us - preferably real projects hosted on GitHub or something similar.

- You've worked at a startup before and love moving quickly.

- Bonus points: you have experience with one or more of these: Angular.js, Django REST framework, Postgres, AWS, Vagrant, Ansible.

- Bonus points: you've worked on location aware projects before.

- Currently living in US and willing to relocate to San Francisco.

What We Offer

- A significant role on a small team working on a huge and valuable problem

- Competitive salary and meaningful equity

- An incredible team of genuinely good people

Next Steps

We don't believe in interviews full of syntax questions. We'd like to pay you to work with us for a week or two on a real project, we think that's the best way to see if we'd be a good match for each other. To get started, email jobs@ridecell.com your resume, link to your GitHub / code samples, and links to any deployed software you've worked on.

Isocline - Austin, TX - Software Engineer for High Performance Computing and Modeling

We are looking for two people - one interested in neural networks and one interested in GPS.

We are developing microchips that yield a 10-1000x improvement in performance & energy-efficiency compared to digital ASICs, GPUs, and FPGAs. We are a bootstrapped company and are fully funded through mid 2016. Patents pending.

Full Job Description: https://angel.co/isocline/jobs/38767-software-engineer

Company website: http://isoclineengineering.com/

BindHQ | Fulltime in Venice, CA or Remote

Multiple open positions for professionals looking to help us attack the insurance tech space. We're primarily based in Southern California but have employees in Portland, New York and Wales UK.

Full Stack Engineer | 75-110k Experience with PHP/Js and Scala or Clojure Experience or Interest in building Micro-sevices

Interaction Designer | 60-85k Primarily digital Design for web applications and mobile Tools. Experience designing for print a plus

Front-end engineer | 75k Sales Manager | 60-80k (base)

You can learn more about the roles here http://www.bindhq.com/careers.html

Interns are welcome to apply as well

Wistia - Video Hosting for Businesses - Cambridge, MA

Robby from Wistia here. We give companies the best stats and features to grow their businesses with video.

We're growing fast and operating at a pretty huge scale (10s-100s of millions of events per day). We have a highly service oriented architecture and are looking for front-end, back-end and full stack engineers who can come in and own various pieces of it.

You can apply here: https://boards.greenhouse.io/wistia/jobs/45347#.VPNp2FPF-Hw or email me directly at robby@wistia.com if you have any questions. Thanks!

Umbel — Austin, TX

Umbel is building the infrastructure by which companies own, control and access their consumer-centric data. Our platform enables customers to leverage their data rights and create tangible business value. We take employee satisfaction and growth seriously. We also expect a lot in return. We are currently seeking top-notch talent to join our fast-growing and dynamic engineering organization at several positions:

* Python Developer

* Operations Engineer

* Go Software Engineer

More information about Umbel and the opportunities we have available: https://www.umbel.com/engineering/?source=Hacker+News

Main Street Hub // Austin, TX // email: brandon.beck@mainstreethub.com

We are looking for a few experienced software engineers to join our small but growing R&D team in downtown Austin. Within engineering we are a passionate group of people who are extremely interested in building the software that helps our customers around the country thrive in their local communities. We’re a really small team (currently 11 people) so you’ll have plenty of say around how we develop software going forward.

We are currently in the process of modernizing our software platform to be more modular and truly data driven. Our goal is to use data to make sure that we provide the right content to the right consumer at the right time. We’re building our internal API using REST based services implemented in Java, and while our front end is currently implemented in PHP, we are migrating away from that. Some of the technologies that we’re using: Dropwizard, Swagger, Flyway, AngularJS, Bootstrap, CloudFormation, Troposphere, and Ansible. All new engineers get company provided downtown parking, flexible work hours, 100% of their health insurance premiums paid for by the company, the ability to build their own work computer, and access to our kitchen with plenty of drinks and snacks. We’re looking for individuals only so please NO RECRUITERS OR AGENCIES (seriously, your emails will just go into the trash folder). In addition we’re looking for full-time employees who are already in Austin, TX or willing to relocate.


Founded in 2010, Main Street Hub is the CRM for Local. We offer an integrated social, web, and email marketing solution designed to help merchants get more customers and keep them coming back by spreading word of mouth, extending their customer service, managing their online reputation, and leveraging the Main Street Hub’s merchant network. Main Street Hub was recently named #73 on the Inc. 500 list (http://www.inc.com/profile/main-street-hub) of America’s fastest growing companies and the 2nd fastest growing company in Austin. Please see our website (http://www.mainstreethub.com) for more information.

Full-stack engineer, leaning toward front-end - Diploid - Leuven, Belgium - Full time

Onsite and remote welcome.

Diploid is a fast-growing startup, providing DNA interpretation services to labs and hospitals around the world. We're looking for a software engineer to help build the next generation of genome analysis software.

Do you love building polished visualization tools in an exciting new field? Are you eager to learn new technologies and become knowledgeable in the biotech domain? Do you have working experience with Javascript, Ember and/or Ruby? We look forward to hearing from you! Give us a shout at jobs@diploid.com.

————— underdog.io ——— Soho, NYC ——— https://www.underdog.io —————

We’re (https://www.underdog.io) looking to make our first hire, a Lead Software Engineer, in New York City.

Today, we're a curated two-sided marketplace for talent. We help growing startups hire amazing people across all verticals at a fraction of the cost of traditional recruiting firms. We started underdog.io because we experienced the pain of hiring first-hand, having worked at top startups in NYC.

We're currently live in NYC, but we've had serious requests to open in 10 other cities. While the plan is to scale the recruiting piece quickly, the bigger vision is not as focused on recruiting. We're moving towards building a defensible network between companies while building candidate-facing tools.

In the interest of full transparency, it's a big job with lots of positives and negatives.

The Good:

• Traction (https://medium.com/@joshuagoldstein/our-first-four-months-bu...) after a few months.

• Proven business model - we're making significant money every month. In fact, we're making enough to pay market rate, and we haven't raised money yet.

• Full technical autonomy. We've built our internal CMS and tools with Python/Flask, Node.js, PostgreSQL, Elastic Search, S3, etc. but you're in charge of choosing the technologies going forward.

• Work out of Founder Collective's (a well-known VC) space in SoHo.

The Bad:

• Less structure and certainty than a funded startup.

• Only full-time developer until we build an engineering team.

Email chris@underdog.io to apply.

Sorry, we can't sponsor visa candidates.

Keywords: New York, NYC, Developer, Dev, Python, Flask, Node.js, PostgreSQL, Elastic Search, S3, https://www.underdog.io/

Company: Alkemics Location: Paris, France Keywords: Fulltime, Bigdata, Retail, startup Technologies: JS, Python, RabbitMQ, Spark, Cassandra Positions: Several :) Frontend, Backend, System, Data Scientist... See http://www.alkemics.com/fr/recrutement/offre-senior-system-e... http://www.alkemics.com/fr/recrutement/offre-frontend-engine... http://www.alkemics.com/fr/recrutement/offre-software-engine... or contact us steve@alkemics.com

We help retailers (Groupe Casino, Groupe Auchan, Groupe Cora…) and hundreds of consumer brands (Groupe Seb, Nestlé…) to get value from their data. We provide a platform built on top of a domain ontology. This graph allows us to represent large datasets (products catalogs, retailers historical data…) into a very expressive language and develop services based upon them: semantic search engine, recommendations, advertisement… We are a dedicated and dynamic team of engineers, computer scientists and technicians passionate about statistics, machine learning and cutting-edge technologies, working closely with a business team obsessed with the product. We seek sharp and open-minded data & computer scientists.

MedTech Exchange, Inc. -- Atlanta, GA We are a small, but growing healthcare IT company based in Atlanta, Georgia. We’re looking for Front-End Developers who are passionate about making fast, scalable, and well-designed web interfaces for the healthcare industry. You will be utilizing the latest web technologies to solve challenging problems, create innovative web applications from the ground up and understand exactly what it takes to create an outrageously good web experience while driving down the costs of health care. As a member of the team you'll be designing and developing new user interfaces as well as supporting our existing systems. As an early hire, you'll have the chance to build new product and shape the culture of our company as we grow.

We're looking for people with the following skills:

   * Angular.js
   * Bootstrap
   * jQuery
   * Less/CSS/Object-Oriented CSS
   * HTML5
   * Responsive design
   * Understanding of UX principles and best practices
   * Single-page Application Development/Design
If you've got experience with any of the following, it's great. If you don't it's not a deal breaker.

   * Play Framework (Java/Scala)
   * MySQL
   * REST
   * Object-Oriented Development/Design
   * RabbitMQ (or other message queueing technologies)
   * Automated Testing 
   * Linux Administration
Interested? Send your resume to hiring@medtechexcange.com

TomTom – http://www.tomtom.com — London, UK – Mobile & Embedded Apps and DevOps roles (full time, on site, relocation available)

We're TomTom's navigation software team in London and we create the best on-the-road experiences for drivers and bikers everywhere.

The apps we make are built into Renault and Smart in-car systems, available for smartphones, and at the heart of TomTom's expanding range of consumer devices where hardware and software are conceived together. Just like this one coming soon: http://www.tomtom.com/new-rider-400 - http://www.engadget.com/2015/01/15/turn-to-page-17-for-the-t...

Developers who join our expert team are valued for their ideas as well as their skills, and we encourage both through regular hack days, plus training or conference attendance in areas that interest them.

-- Role: Mobile & Embedded Apps Developer

Our apps feature TomTom's signature design language and map-centric UI, optimised for use on the road. Working with TomTom's UX team, app development with us is a challenging mix of custom UI development and deep routing, guidance, traffic and search presentation smarts. If you join us you'll be developing with Java, C++, JavaScript, Android, iOS and Qt.

-- Role: DevOps for Mobile & Embedded

Building scaleable CI infrastructure for mobile & embedded app testing is hard, particularly when you add custom pre-release hardware and gigabytes of map data into the mix. If you join us you'll be working with Android and iOS SDK command line tools and device emulators, Jenkins, Git, Artifactory, Gradle, Ruby, Docker and a mix of local device farms and cloud computing services.

-- To find out more check out either http://tomtom.jobs (search for "London") or if you're on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/vsearch/j?keywords=tomtom+london

Digital Security Trainer - Freedom of the Press Foundation https://freedom.press

Remote candidates, preferably NYC or east coast preferred. We offer a competitive non-profit salary.

We are looking for a full-time technologist to organize and lead digital security trainings for journalists. The Digital Security Trainer will be responsible for designing and implementing a curriculum around digital security that covers a variety of topics, including: threat modeling, email encryption, chat encryption, mobile security, and others. The trainer will travel around the country (and sometimes internationally) to hold seminars and hands-on training sessions inside newsrooms and journalism schools with the goal of teaching journalists to better protect themselves and their sources.

The trainer will also help update and maintain FPF’s ‘Encryption Works’ guide, which is a thirty page how-to white paper about some of the most common digital security practices. In addition, the trainer will become familiar with SecureDrop, the open-source whistleblower submission system FPF maintains, and potentially help with installations and trainings inside newsrooms.

For more information, including required skills and experience and instructions for applying, see our full job description: https://freedom.press/jobs/digital-security-trainer

Mirra (http://mirra.io) - Los Angeles, CA - Full Stack Developer

Mirra is an ad-tech company that develops products for video, mobile and display advertising. We're profitable, investor-backed and growing daily.

We have a small engineering team and each engineer is expected to be flexible in their skill-sets. Our technology stack mainly includes Go, Docker, Git, Javascript, HTML/CSS and AS3 running on various AWS services.

Our office is in DTLA near Wilshire and the 110 freeway.

For more info, reach out to us: technical@mirra.io

SocialWire, located in San Francisco, is looking for a Senior Software Engineer

SocialWire is taking a new approach to advertising: building a recommendation engine for products. Our system generates product-level ads and hyper-targets them to exactly the right audience. We do this at scale and automatically across a retailer's entire catalog. We want our ads to be so good that people discover interesting products through them. We want ads to actually feel useful.

We're looking for a Sr. Software Engineer to join our talented team. You'll have the opportunity to work on all aspects of our product from backend Python services to slick dashboard features to integrating our product across multiple platforms.

What's in it for you? * Great salaries, great health/dental/medical benefits and stock options. * Amazing co-workers who you will look forward to seeing each morning. * Unlimited PTO. We work hard, but we want to make sure our team has time to recharge. * Sunny dog-friendly office in the Potrero Hill neighborhood of San Francisco with a lounge area, backyard, and a sweeping view of the city skyline * Free catered lunch every day (and many other meals). * Fully stocked kitchen with snacks and beverages. * Unlimited artisanal espresso from the neighborhood coffee shop. * Laundry service.

For more information, visit: http://www.thesourcery.com/jobs/878

Pinnacle Entertainment Group, Las Vegas, NV.

A young, growing, high-energy casino group (whose most recent analytics hire came from HN and is fantastic!) seeks a quantitative and critical thinker to join as an analyst. You will work with customer data to help make strategic business decisions/recommendations related both to our casino floors and to our marketing program (largely, but not exclusively, direct mail).

Your work will have a direct impact on our bottom line. Think: "Moneyball" meets marketing. If you get excited by data, prediction, inference, and Las Vegas, this is probably a good fit for you.

The ideal candidate has 1-2 years data experience (new or upcoming grads also welcome to apply!), a quantitative degree (math/cs/hard science/econ) and exposure to SQL (or relational databases in general). But whatever your background, if you can demonstrate that you're a smart and quick-thinking data geek, I'd love to chat with you.

There is room for growth within the company, and I'm really excited about where our group is headed. We're automating and standardizing processes and reporting, building predictive models, developing test methodology and analyses, and becoming a key and highly visible business partner to many groups throughout the company. Resumes/inquiries to brian <dot> <last five letters of my username> at PNKMAIL <dot> com

Sorry, no intern, no remote, and no H1B for the time being.

NYC Engineering@SoundCloud

SoundCloud is the world's leading audio platform, allowing everyone to share and discover unique content anywhere, anytime, on the web and on mobile. Monetization Engineering builds the platform that helps creators monetize their content and brands engage with SoundCloud's audience.We’re currently seeking an iOS Engineer to support our monetization efforts.

You’ll have 2+ years experience developing modularized applications with Objective-C and Cocoa frameworks, have experience in network programming and working with client-side data persistence utilizing CoreData. You’ll understand how to modularize applications using dependency management tools and build adaptive UIs for iPhone/iPad (Interface builder & Autolayout). Ideally you’ll have experience with unit & functional testing using tools like XCTest, Specta or Kiwi, etc. We also make extensive use of ReactiveCocoa, so understanding functional reactive programming concepts is definitely desired .

Interacting with designers, product managers and our teams in Berlin is very much part of our day-to-day, so communication skills are vital . We are looking for strong problem-solvers who can apply their engineering skills to a wide range of the platforms and environments we support.

Apply: http://soundcloud.com/jobs/2015-02-01-engineer-mobile-apps-n...

Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence Engineer (Java/R/Python) Scry Analytics - Raleigh, NC

Scry Analytics, Inc. is building several Big Data Science solutions related to specific problems and is looking to hire a Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence Engineer with the following qualifications:

Desired Qualifications:

    * Preferably Masters in Computer Science, Statistics, Applied Math, Physics, Engineering or other quantitative field, or a Bachelors with a minimum of two years experience developing big data products.

    * Thorough knowledge and experience in machine learning, support vector machines, classification and clustering techniques, Bayesian and nearest neighbor networks.
    * Possesses strong combination of theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience in statistical and computer science techniques.
    * Experience with Java and either Python or R.
    * Highly motivated with the ability to work on multiple projects
    * Team player with an entrepreneurial spirit and strong communication and collaboration skills
    * Familiar with scripting and command-line operations
Good to have:

    * Experience analyzing very large datasets.
    * Experience with natural language processing techniques and text analytics.
    * Experience with parallel, distributed, and high-performance computing.
Email me at jesse.bikman@scryanalytics if you are interested in the position.

Some more information, since I ran out of space:

About Scry Analytics:

Scry Analytics (www.scryanalytics.com) provides Big Data Science solutions to do predictive and prescriptive analytics (i.e., to "forecast the future") and our aim is to:

    * Codify work-flows in the services industries so that they are well-defined & repeatable.
    * Collate and harmonize client's data that is required for such work-flow systems.
    * Provide Scry Analytics' proprietary data that improves the key performance indicators and the characteristics of such work-flow systems.
    * Use our proprietary Big Data Science platform as well as deep Computer Science & Math algorithms to build decision support systems that improve the metrics related to these work-flows.
Although Scry Analytics provides analytics and Big Data Science services, our aim is to minimize these services by providing automation and software solutions (where we can). We are currently solving problems in the following domains:

    * Retail
    * Banking and Insurance
    * Inventory & Transportation of After Market Parts; Maintenance
    * Utilities and Telecom
    * Health care
Since most techniques that Scry Analytics is using are taken from cutting-edge research, the kind of solutions that Scry Analytics is building are unlikely to be built by companies that provide data analysts in a staff augmentation mode or those that provide IT professionals. So, we are looking for Bachelors, Masters, and PhDs in computer science, data analytics or math that have a "research" or "advanced development" bent.

Interface Designer @ Studyflow

We're an Amsterdam based educational startup.

Studyflow is a great place to work - together with designers and educational specialists we are rethinking what education means in a digital age.

Our mission is to build the most personal and motivating learning experience in the world. To fulfill this mission, we are looking for passionate people with the drive to contribute to something greater than themselves to join our top-notch team.


Course Hero, located in the San Francisco Bay Area (Redwood City, CA), is looking for a Business Analyst

Course Hero is creating a platform where students and experts can share and access great academic content they need to succeed at any time, from anywhere. Today, millions of students take advantage of our educational resources including study guides, flashcards and tutors.

We're looking for a Business Analyst to join our growing Analytics Team. You'll work directly with the V.P. of Analytics to influence strategy and tactics of our product and engineering roadmap.

Your work will be central to our functional organization and you'll collaborate with Product Management, Marketing, Engineering, Finance and Campus Operations to help us build high performing products as we scale.

What's in it for you? * Industry competitive salary and stock options. * Full medical coverage (medical, dental, vision). * Retirement plan to help you save for the future. * Regularly planned team events and outings. * Free Friday lunches and an endless snack and drink supply * We fully support attending industry conferences and continuing education. * On-site amenities including a day spa, full-service cafeteria, 3 miles of nature walks along the Bay and free membership to a 7500 sq. ft. fitness center.

For more information, visit: http://www.thesourcery.com/jobs/875

DuckDuckGo (REMOTE or local in Paoli, PA). If you're an avid DuckDuckGo user, please check out our hiring page at https://dukgo.com/help/en_US/company/hiring In particular, we have the following explicitly open areas, but are always looking for good fits regardless:

- Site Reliability (keep our systems up and fast!)

- BD (work with new & existing partners)

- Community Management (duck.co, social media, interacting with contributors)

- Front-end engineering (JS/CSS)

VuWall Technology - Montreal, Quebec, Canada - http://www.vuwall.com

We're looking for an experienced Linux Sysadmin / DevOps specialist with an interest to learn and grow with a small ~10 person team.

We create video wall management software and are heading toward a continuous delivery model that we need your help achieving. We have ~25 computers in house, some powering 2x2 and 3x3 video walls of up to 138 inches (with a PS3 hooked up too!). We need to set up several test environments as our software will run on both Windows and Linux. We'll also need some mundane things like file shares as we want to give our current Windows Server 2012 the boot.

We haven't made any of the big decisions yet as we're waiting for someone with more experience to come and join the team. So that means we'll be working together to figure out whether to use Chef, Vagrant, Docker, Salt, Puppet, or something else. We're extremely open to new technologies and get to work with what are essentially giant toys.

We've done projects in the past for NASA, FIFA, US Army, nuclear power plants, electric companies, and departments of transportation. Our software has been installed in over 30 countries and now we're looking to take the next step forward which we can't do without a bit more organization / streamlining. That's where you come in.

Python Developer, London, UK [£35k to £55k]

We’re looking for a Python Developer to work on our real-time football data platform.

We are well-funding, doubling user numbers every month and looking to hire employee number 15.

Some of the things you be doing at CrowdScores:

  * Writing auto-scaling microservices  - we love them and if you work here you soon will too
  * Processing large amount of data real-time
  * Doing DevOps - you will get to deploy and administer servers as well as write code for them
  * Influencing architectural and workflow decisions - these decisions are all made by the team as a group
  * Working with: nginx, RabbitMQ, Salt, Vagrant, AWS, Slack, PostgreSQL, redis, MongoDB, Linux (Ubuntu), ZeroMQ, Flask, Django (though much of our code doesn’t touch it), GitHub, Sentry, Travis - knowledge of these is not essential, they can be picked up when you get here
  * Using continuous integration, frequent deployment and auto-scaling
Some things we offer:

  * Your choice of top of the range laptop (OSX, Windows, Linux)
  * Hack days
  * Unlimited holidays
  * Competitive salary and share options
  * PS3 (FIFA15 - we have heard that you can play other games, but we haven’t tried yet)
  * Loads of social activities
More details: http://crowdscores.com/careers/python-developer/

GoldFire Studios - Oklahoma City - Full Time

We are a game studio focussed on building communities around games. We've built a web gaming platform with over 300,000 users and are now looking to expand both our own game offerings and open our platform to other developers. We've been around since 2008 and are profitable.

If you are interested in building the next generation of online games and gaming services, check us out at http://goldfirestudios.com/jobs.

Connexity - Camarillo, CA (Los Angeles area)

We're seeking a Rails developer with a keen interest in both technical challenges and business opportunity. We work at a scale where seemingly "small" improvements can have a big impact.

We do online display advertising, and run 50 to 100 million impressions each day. Our total transaction volume is between 5 and 10 billion per day.

As you might have guessed, we're not serving that volume through Rails itself. Our Rails app is used to administer hundreds of advertising campaigns across hundreds of publisher sites.

This role is a great way to learn advertising tech as well as other tools.

In addition to the conventional Rails work, you'd get hands on experience with Redis, Hbase, PostgreSQL, and Scala. Several on the team started in the Rails app and have moved into other areas of interest (low-latency RTB bidder written in C or sophisticated reporting and optimization). Not really possible to get bored around here unless you're a boring person.

Our team is sharp and works well together. We enjoy perks such as paid lunch, a 9/80 schedule (to get every other Friday off) and unlimited vacation; the culture of our team recognizes and respects the importance of your non-work life. Also, Ventura county is a pretty nice place to live/work. Unless you prefer to start with a HR-oriented chat, you can reach me (a lead engineer on the team) at david.larsen@connexity.com.

Chartboost [https://chartboost.com] | San Francisco, CA, USA | Full time | Many open positions including Software Engineers, QA Engineers, Directors of Engineering, Product Managers and more

Chartboost [https://chartboost.com] is the the world’s largest mobile games-only platform, helping developers grow their audience, monetize, and make better data-driven decision. We’re profitable, backed by Sequoia and have a ton of traction in our space, currently being used by 90% of the top grossing iOS and Android Game Developers.

Our technology stack includes Scala, Python, AWS, Git, Kafka, multiple NoSQL storage solutions, Jenkins, Puppet and more. Experience with our stack is a bonus, but not required for all roles. And... you’d get to work in our new office [http://officelovin.com/2014/12/11/chartboosts-new-san-franci...].

Open positions can be found here [https://boards.greenhouse.io/chartboost#.VPD-KLPF8cx], but we have many more openings coming down the pipe. If you’re interested, feel free to apply directly or reach out to talent@chartboost.com.

Software Engineers - Cardiff, South Wales, UK - Sorenson Media

We're looking to hire multiple Software Engineers for roles which will be mostly writing Javascript, both server side and client side. You do not need any Javascript experience to apply (we've hired many people without it) we find it easier to teach good engineers Javascript then to teach Javascript developers good software engineering skills.

We're hiring developers for 2 products, Spark Enlight: http://www.sorensonmedia.com/spark/enlight/ and Spark Enhance: http://www.sorensonmedia.com/spark/enhance/

We work in an Agile environment with daily Scrums, Retrospectives and 2 week sprints (though some teams have been experimenting with Kanban) and a real focus on the Engineering department owning the Engineering processes which means you get to spend your time writing code and have the autonomy to try changes to the processes and see if they work.

We're looking for multiple engineers with a range of experience levels (from recent grads to Senior Developers) so I can't specify specific salaries but I think they tend to be higher than most other Cardiff companies.

If any of this sounds interesting then feel free to contact me at mgrover@sorensonmedia.com with any questions, CVs, github profiles etc.

Thanks - Matt

Coin, located in San Francisco, is looking for an iOS Engineer

Coin is a consumer electronics company focused on creating things to make life better. Our flagship product is a connected device that pairs with our mobile app to hold and swipe like all of your credit, debit, gift, loyalty and membership cards. With Coin you'll carry fewer cards in your wallet with security and utility beyond what a plastic card can offer. With proven market fit in an industry ripe for innovation, we're moving full-speed ahead towards our Spring launch. Join us at the intersection of hardware and software as we make people's lives (and wallets) a little simpler.

We're hiring an iOS Engineer. As one of our core hires in this team you'll develop and improve our iOS applications and services for our Coin device.

What's in it for you? * Competitive salary and equity. * Health, dental and vision coverage for you and your family. * Commuter benefits. * Collaborative San Francisco office close to CalTrain and Muni stations. * Fully stocked kitchen and daily catered lunch. * In-office wellness programs including weekly yoga, massage and Pilates sessions. * Get involved with our community! Employees are highly encouraged to attend and speak at relevant conferences. * Grow your career with us! We're always looking for people who want to take on additional responsibility as we scale.

For more information, visit: http://www.thesourcery.com/jobs/859

Whisper (Venice Beach, CA) - iOS/Android/DevOps. We have a very very small team of client devs and we're looking to grow our team.

The beach is one block away.

You can surf in the morning before work and keep your board and wetsuit in the office :)

We have 2 full-time iOS developers and 3 full-time Android Developers, so it's a big opportunity to join a tight-knit team building an app that our users love.

Email me (mail is in profile) or see the jobs here - https://whisper.sh/jobs

Coho Data (http://www.cohodata.com) - { Vancouver, BC, Canada | Cambridge, UK | Bangalore, India }

We’re building a high-performance scalable Enterprise Storage system. We’re a well-funded startup (a16z, ignition) with a strong Engineering culture and a growing team, a customer-proven product and sales ramping. (http://a16z.com/portfolio/)

We hire very strong systems software developers. A number of our staff built the Xen hypervisor and we publish academic research, most recently at USENIX OSDI’14 and FAST’14.

Primarily a Linux shop.

Hottest positions: - Release Manager (Vancouver, BC) - Senior Director of Engineering (Vancouver, BC)

Other roles: - Storage Systems Hacker (C, git, python, bash) - Senior Software Engineer with Networking skills (OpenFlow) - Test Automation Development (our test system is ... awesome) - Optimization and Profiling (C, valgrind) - DevOps (debian, python, buildbot, git, bash)

Unsurprisingly, we highly value caffeine and beer.

If you’re interested, there are more details on our website http://www.cohodata.com/jobs or linked-in: https://www.linkedin.com/company/coho-data and you can apply by email to: jobs@cohodata.com

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

Entelo's mission is to help organizations build great teams by allowing them to search for talented people regardless of where they represent themselves on the web. We index hundreds of millions of social profiles and provide a powerful search tool that predicts which candidates are more likely to look for new opportunities and provide collaborative tools to help recruiters and hiring managers recruit more efficiently.

We're helping 200+ companies with their hiring needs including fast-growth companies such as Facebook, Salesforce, Github and Lyft. We've been huge fans of Hacker News as the community has been great to learn from and two of our recent engineering hires came through Hacker News threads!

Our Tech Stack: Ruby, Scala, Rails, MySQL, Mongo, Redis, Elasticsearch, Redshift and Docker

We care deeply about professional growth and have an annual $1k allowance for all employees to spend on their own professional development (courses, conferences, coaching, etc.). Additionally, we're located in Soma near BART and CalTrain and have a number of perks including health/dental/vision and heavily subsidized gym membership.

We're looking for sharp, collaborative engineers for a variety of roles including:

Backend Engineer: Primarily working with Scala/MongoDB although we're flexible if you've demonstrated an interest to learn Scala

Data Engineer: We're looking for our first Data Engineer to be our first dedicated data-team hire. Ideally this person has experience with data warehousing, data mining and building out data pipelines and has experience with storage (MySQL, MongoDB, Redis), search technologies (elasticsearch, solr or lucene)and stuff in the MapReduce family (Hadoop, HFS, etc.)

DevOps Engineer: Looking for our first DevOps engineer as DevOps is currently handled by committee

Full-Stack Rubyists. Check out more at https://www.entelo.com/careers

I'm the founder and you can email me directly at jon at entelo dot com if you're interested in working with us at Entelo.

Coin, located in San Francisco, is looking for an Embedded Software Engineer

Coin is a consumer electronics company focused on creating things to make life better. Our flagship product is a connected device that pairs with our mobile app to hold and swipe like all of your credit, debit, gift, loyalty and membership cards. With Coin you'll carry fewer cards in your wallet with security and utility beyond what a plastic card can offer. With proven market fit in an industry ripe for innovation, we're moving full-speed ahead towards our Spring launch. Join us at the intersection of hardware and software as we make people's lives (and wallets) a little simpler.

We're growing and we're hiring an Embedded Software Engineer. As one of our first hires in this team you'll develop and improve firmware for our Coin device.

What's in it for you? * Competitive salary and equity. * Health, dental and vision coverage for you and your family. * Commuter benefits. * Collaborative San Francisco office close to CalTrain and Muni stations. * Fully stocked kitchen and daily catered lunch. * In-office wellness programs including weekly yoga, massage and Pilates sessions. * Get involved with our community! Employees are highly encouraged to attend and speak at relevant conferences. * Grow your career with us! We're always looking for people who want to take on additional responsibility as we scale.

For more information, visit: http://www.thesourcery.com/jobs/850

Full Stack Engineer | NorthPage | http://northpage.com/careers.html#job3 - Southbury, CT. (Boston/CT/NYC area) | REMOTE potential

We're a Digital Marketing Analytics software company growing our engineering team and looking for engineers that enjoy working across the entire stack - front (Angular, Bootstrap, Sass) to back (MySQL, Redis, Solr, Java SE, AWS). You'll join a team with an engineering culture that fosters technical transparency and mutual mentoring. We're solving interesting problems related to digital marketing performance and seek talented engineers to help us deliver solutions and insight to our customers for achieving digital marketing success.

- Salary is competitive/open and ultimately depends on the candidate's fit and experience. - This position is based in our corporate headquarters in Southbury, Connecticut, but for the right person, we are open to other possibilities, especially if you are either in the Boston or NYC areas.

To apply, send an email to careers [at] northpage.com with the subject 'Full Stack Engineer'

Please be sure to tell us about your experience (resume, GitHub profile, past projects), what you're working on now, what you're looking for in a new opportunity and the best way for us to contact you.

Java JEE Developer (£40k to £60K depending on experience)

http://www.imperatives.co.uk/ Based in Staines (West London)

We are successful, ambitious and dynamic organisation providing innovative SaaS solutions to many of the UK communications providers.

Our developers are talented, enthusiastic and adaptable who are truly valued and empowered with the freedom to take control. We solve challenging problems in an agile way mainly using Java.

For this role, there is no long list of requirements and buzz words and we are flexible as to how much experience you have. If you can demonstrate your passion for excellence, how well you will fit in with our team/technology stack, your interest in new technologies (particularly open source/Cloud/AWS) and of course your Java prowess then we want to hear from you.

Our technology stack includes Java, Hibernate, Spring, Grails, ZK, MySQL and ActiveMQ and our applications are deployed into the Amazon AWS/EC2 cloud.

Our environment is friendly with flexible working hours. You will have the option to choose between a PC and a Mac, help yourself to the fruit & snacks bar and join the team on their regular Wednesday expedition to find the ultimate Thai curry.

We truly value those who contribute to our success and offer a superb career opportunity with an excellent salary to the right candidate.

Please email jobs@imperatives.co.uk with your details/CV if you are interested

BabyList - Oakland, CA

Babylist is making it easier for expecting parents to prepare for one of the biggest events in their lives. These parents-to-be look to us to help them make decisions about what to buy for their baby and where. We have an extremely engaged user-base, we’re growing quickly, making real money and building new products that will take us to the next level.

We are hiring for two positions:

1. Frontend Developer - Lead the development of our website. Obsess over user-experience, A/B testing, code maintainability and page-speed. Our stack is Ruby on Rails, MySQL, and Backbone/CoffeeScript/Javascript.

2. Merchandising & Operations Project Manager - BabyList is a platform on which $2.5M products are being purchased every month. We are starting to experiment selling products ourselves. We want someone who can get us from our first sale to our 1,000th. Your initiative and experience will take us through this new business vertical quickly and efficiently.

Why should you consider BabyList? We offer: - fascinating work that users actually notice and love

- extremely smart, diverse team

- actual work/life balance

- benefits of an early stage startup (autonomy, fast pace, many hats...), without the risk of the an early stage startup (i.e. our revenue is paying for our growth)

- great office location - Old Oakland neighborhood (3 blocks from 12th street BART)

If you’re interested in hearing more, email me at natalie@babyli.st

Product Designer - San Francisco, United State - Fulltime

Quri is looking for a product designer to lead its design discipline. Our vision is to ensure that design is regarded as highly as our world-class product and engineering teams. And that’s where you come in.

You :

- You are passionate about creating user experiences that are beautifully intuitive and motivating. - You love collaborating with engineers, product, and business folks to find elegant solutions to design challenges. - You love creating rough prototypes to vet ideas and have maniacal attention to detail in the finished product. - You're a clear and articulate communicator.

What for ?

- Your key work is to create interactive mockups and lightweight prototypes to communicate and validate design decisions. This involves collaborating with product and engineering teams to develop product strategy. - You will lead the user experience, interaction design, and visual design of our products. This is an early-stage startup so we all wear many hats. - You will design and conduct user-focused research efforts.

Quri saw three-fold revenue growth per year, for the last two years. Our clients include the world’s biggest brands — Kraft, Unilever, Procter & Gamble, and Johnson & Johnson. And we’re backed by Matrix Partners, one of the most prestigious venture firms in Silicon Valley. But don’t just take our word for it. See what Forbes, TechCrunch, The Wall Street Journal, and USA today had to say about us.

Want to know more ? Shoot me an email to loic@quri.com

Timecounts (http://timecounts.co)

  Senior Full Stack Engineer  Full-time   London, UK

  Senior Frontend Engineer    Full-time   London, UK
At Timecounts we are building the world’s best platform for community management. Our customers range from hacker spaces through to big name nonprofits. Our team is comprised of Y Combinator alumni and a CEO who's internationally recognized for her work in philanthropy and creating global volunteer-run movements.

As first employees you’ll take ownership of significant part of the application, joining the founders in everything from speaking to customers and wire-framing through to scaling the backend as takes your fancy. The app is built with a React.js frontend (Node.js and browser) to a Ruby API (Postgres db); all lovingly supported by background workers, Redis, Heroku and CircleCI continuous deployment.

We’re offering competitive salary, meaningful equity, team retreats and top spec laptops. We also have an on-site gym, showers, bike parking, a climbing wall and even a go-kart track!

This is a unique chance to be right at the start of a company that will help millions of people transform how they engage with their communities. If this sounds like you – we’d love to meet! Email us at jobs@timecounts.org for more details.


The Electronic Frontier Foundation - San Francisco - Full time - Frontend/Backend Developers

The EFF fights for an Internet free of surveillance and censorship, and we’re hiring. EFF's technology team implements EFF's activism campaigns, builds exciting new activism tools and creates new technologies to protect the Internet as a whole.

A small sample of projects we've worked on in the last year:

- Worked with over 100 volunteer developers to crowdsource and populate contact-congress, an open dataset describing the contact forms of members of congress.

- Created and open-sourced congress-forms: a delivery mechanism for sending emails to congress based on the open data we crowdsourced.

- Created a new (and soon-to-be open source) activism platform that’s currently live at act.eff.org.

- Launched numerous projects including Surveillance Self-Defense, DearFCC.org, The Day We Fight Back, Trolling Effects, Tor Challenge and others.

- Launched a preview version of our OpenWireless open source router firmware.

We're currently hiring a frontend designer/developer and a backend developer with experience with Ruby on Rails and/or Node.js. Both positions are listed here: https://www.eff.org/about/opportunities/jobs

If you think you might be a fit for either role, take a moment and get in touch: techjobs@eff.org

Web Application Engineer | TicketCity | Austin, TX

We're looking for someone with strong experience building web apps, mostly back-end focused. Someone that's interested in the API to the data store and everything that happens between. The existing stack is .NET but we're writing new stuff in a mix of technologies (Node, RabbitMQ, open to others). You'll be helping build out a microservice architecture and supporting a new set of client applications.

Email techjobs@ticketcity.com to apply

Dimagi (www.dimagi.com) - Boston (technically Cambridge), MA and Cape Town, South Africa

Role: Senior web or mobile software engineer/adventurer/do-gooder

Dimagi is a rapidly growing social enterprise based in Boston that develops and deploys open source health and logistics systems primarily for underserved communities in developing countries. At Dimagi, we take pride in our work and keep the big picture in mind. We’re an inclusive group that has diverse experiences and interesting stories and insight to our work around the world.

With Dimagi, you can work in a fun and stimulating environment, and have the chance to travel and explore. Most importantly, you will truly have the opportunity to make a difference in places that need it most. Dimagi's prioritization of global impact and employee growth and satisfaction makes Dimagi a continuously fresh, exciting, and genuine place to work, keeping us all honest about what we're in it for.

We're looking for talented senior level programmers who want to generalize across the stack, or specialize in one area of our mobile (Android), web (Python, Django, CouchDB, Postgres), and front-end (Knockout/Angular) platforms.

For more information, check out our careers page at http://www.dimagi.com/about/careers.

Course Hero, located in the San Francisco Bay Area (Redwood City, CA), is looking for a Systems Engineer

Course Hero is creating a platform where students and experts can share and access great academic content they need to succeed at any time, from anywhere. Today, millions of students take advantage of our educational resources including study guides, flashcards and tutors.

Course Hero is looking for a Systems Engineer to help us scale our infrastructure as we help even more students. You'll join our CTO and a small team of engineers to solve these challenges hands-on. As we grow, you'll have the opportunity to architect our new production environments and build out an Operations Engineering team.

Here's what we're offering you: * Industry competitive salary and stock options. * Full medical coverage (medical, dental, vision). * Retirement plan to help you save for the future. * Regularly planned team events and outings. * Free Friday lunches and an endless snack and drink supply. * Commuter transportation benefits. * On-site amenities including a day spa, gourmet cafe, 3 miles of nature trails along the bay, and free membership to a 7500 sq. ft. fitness center.

For more information, visit: http://www.thesourcery.com/jobs/837

Nominum, located in the San Francisco Bay Area (Redwood City, CA), is looking for a Senior Full Stack Engineer

Nominum helps over 500 million people stay connected every day. Our applications improve people's experiences with their Internet service providers, our security solutions protect customers around the globe, and our on-premise software improves Internet connectivity for millions of people. We handle over 1.5 T queries a day, and that number is growing.

We're hiring a Sr. Full Stack Engineer to join our growing Applications Team. We're building a new customer-facing UI for scale, showing 1M impressions per hour (grown from 100K per hour) for our customers and we're surfacing that data back to them in a meaningful way.

Here's what we can offer you: * Competitive salary and generous stock options * Health, vision, dental insurance for you and your family * 401K to help you save for the future * Commuter benefits and free shuttle from CalTrain * Flexible work schedule at our company headquarters on the shores of the bay in Redwood City and a downtown San Francisco satellite office. * Fully covered membership to our on campus health club with a swimming pool, rock climbing wall, exercise equipment and access to a wide variety of classes and a day spa. * Fully stocked kitchen with snacks and drinks, and an on campus cafeteria. * We fully support our team members attending and speaking at industry-related conferences.

For more information, visit: http://www.thesourcery.com/jobs/871

http://500px.com, Toronto Downtown, Fulltime

500px is a photo community. Every month, millions of people use the 500px.com website and mobile apps to find and engage with the world’s most inspiring photography.

We value small teams, engineering-friendly culture, beautiful design and getting shit done. Our technology stack includes: RoR, Go, Backbone/Marionette, Elastic Search, Kafka, Chef, AWS, Hadoop, Python for Machine Learning. Check out https://github.com/500px.

We are looking for:

  - Senior/Intermediate Web Developers to help us solve 
    scalability challenges, build beautiful UI/UX, improve
    search and rating algorithms, implement machine learning 
    and vision solutions.
  - Senior/Intermediate Mobile Developers to help us build 
    500px iOS and Android mobile products for capturing, 
    editing, licensing and engaging with beautiful 

What we offer:

  - hard technical challenges
  - competitive salaries
  - flexible work hours
  - unlimited vacation
  - free lunches
  - medical insurance
  - computer/laptop of your choice

Apply here: http://500px.com/jobs

BuildZoom (YC W13 - www.buildzoom.com) is hiring for two full-time positions.

Our goal is to take the risk and complexity out of construction and remodeling by providing homeowners with all the information they need to make great decisions. To get there, we put the product first and are passionate about building something people love and want to use.

Headquartered in a beautiful office in downtown San Francisco, our diverse company includes an economist who lectures at Berkeley, a licensed general contractor, game designer turned marketer and a team of talented engineers.


Data Engineer #1 - Full Time - $90k-$110k salary / 0.25%-0.5% equity

We're looking for a talented data engineer with experience in large data sets, to take ownership over our system that collects, analyzes & publishes the data.


Engineer #5 (Full-stack Rails) - Full Time - $85k-$105k salary / 0.2%-0.6% equity

In this role, you’ll be working throughout the stack to move our consumer marketplace site forward. Responsibilities will range from server configuration to front-end implementation and everything in between.

We're looking for someone that will jump at the opportunity to take ownership of product features that drive traction, which will be used by tens of thousands of users each day.


Email artem@buildzoom.com to chat about the roles.

Interns - Chinatown, Washington, DC - Industry Dive

Industry Dive is a mobile-focused B2B media company that provides business leaders with news and intelligence that makes them smarter at their jobs.

We are hiring interns in a variety of areas. Our internships are more like apprenticeships; you work on real projects with minimal busywork. Some of the people managing teams at Industry Dive today, started as interns two years ago.

DEVELOPER INTER: Our primary codebase is Python/Django, but prior Python experience is not a requirement. Interest in mobile development a plus. HTML/CSS design skills a plus.

EDITORIAL INTERN: Original writing and reporting -- opportunities to get by-lined work published. Work with a talented team of writers and editors to develop story ideas and pitches.

DESIGN INTERN: We're always looking for smart, talented designers to intern. Work with HTML/CSS/JS on a daily basis. Impress our readers by taking the UI of our news sites to the next level.

DIGITAL MARKETING INTERN: Help us build our audience by developing and implementing marketing strategies that involve email, social, SEO, and PPC.

More info and other jobs here http://www.industrydive.com/company/jobs/ email me with any questions eli.at.industrydive.com

Are you accepting students from outside of US for developer internships?

For internships in particular, I strongly prefer people who can work in our office in DC. I just think the experience is so more valuable for both of us when we're all in the same place. But if you want to make a case that you're the exception, send me an email.

Palo Alto - Pebble (http://getpebble.com), Engineering, Full time (internships available)

Pebble is hiring for Android, iOS, Devops, Web (nodeJS), Firmware, and more! Details at http://getpebble.com/jobs

Pebblers believe in...

    Data-driven decision making
    That everyone is a generalist
Work life @ Pebble

    Work on everything between device drivers and mobile applications.
    Collaboration with exciting app partners and be involved with product launches on a regular basis.
    Dogfood happens every day. Wear what you create.
    Open communication within our small company, with Kickstarter backers and our growing user base.
Perks & Benefits offered to Pebblers

    Competitive Salary
    Meaningful Equity
    Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
    Commuter benefits
    Selection of your own equipment - decide what you need and we’ll take care of the rest!
    Unlimited vacation and personal time
    All the Pebbles and swag you can physically wear
    We pay for your cell phone bill
    Print stuff on office Form 1 3D printer
    Casual work environment with catered lunches and an open kitchen with snacks and drinks

Would you be interested in hiring any software dev interns? I have a little bit of data science understanding but not a ton, so the data science position doesn't quite fit the bill.

Kensho, Boston, MA (Cambridge), Stamford, CT, New York, NY: FULL TIME Software Engineers (INTERN in Cambridge)

Kensho is a small engineering team[0] headquartered in Harvard Sq. We are making financial analysis more accessible, intuitive and beautiful through our recent partnerships with Goldman Sachs[1] and CNBC[2]

Software Engineers

We're hiring fun-loving nerds at every experience level. While we primarily use Python (especially pandas and NumPy) and AngularJS, that is just implementation detail and you can interview in the language of your choice. We look for people who a hungry to learn, figure things out quickly, and love technology and math.

How would you handle distributed time series data? How quickly could you process and analyze unstructured news and events to understand the significance of each? When you design, prototype, scale and automate, do you watch out for bridges and hop-ons? You're gonna get some hop-ons [3]

A willingness to play bughouse, ticket to ride, and shoot zombies is a plus.


[0] http://kensho.com/#team [1] https://twitter.com/GoldmanSachs/status/554680474392870913 [2] https://www.cnbc.com/kensho [3] http://apps.npr.org/arrested-development/joke-15.html

Symphony | Sr. DevOps Engineer | Palo Alto, CA - www.symphony.com

Symphony is seeking an exceptional Senior DevOps Engineer to architect, improve, operate and monitor our growing cloud infrastructure in Amazon Web service (AWS). The ideal candidate for this role will have experience in maintaining large scale, mission critical web services with various underlying services and dependencies on AWS cloud infrastructure.

The person in this role will engage closely with engineering teams to deliver highly available and scalable cloud services. You should have expert Linux administration skills to troubleshoot and diagnose problems when they occur and trace the symptoms back to the root cause. A successful candidate will have a passion for playing with a wide variety of open source tools, be able to code and script, and enjoy working on large scale systems.

You are a team player who can jump in and use your broad experience to recommend and implement best practices. This is a great opportunity for a skilled DevOPS engineer / Systems Administrator to grow with us.


• Expert Linux administration skills • AWS experience • Automation using Chef framework, Shell scripting


• Hadoop, Hbase, Mongodb / NoSQL, Kafka, Zookeeper, Solr, Release deployment, Nagios, Ganglia, Python, Ruby • Network architecture and administration skills, VPN

To apply, email: careers@symphony.com

Peerby (https://www.peerby.com) - Amsterdam, The Netherlands (Holland) - Full time

The Peerby founders felt there's a better way to deal with all that stuff we own and barely use. By sharing stuff with neighbors, you get access to things you no longer need to own. Our mission is to give "everybody everywhere access to every thing by 2020". That's an ambitious goal but it's also what we believe is possible - and necessary!

We're looking for:

Senior marketing manager: http://peer.by/Marketeer

Javascript Developer: http://careers.stackoverflow.com/company/peerby

Our stack: Javascript for everything. That means NodeJS/Express and MongoDB in the backend and Backbone in the browser. For our Android and iOS app we use Titanium/Alloy.

Benefits include free lunch, equity, travel expenses compensated, free yoga and meditation classes, and a great and fun team of many nationalities. Peerby is part of the Rockstart community, with about 50 startups in the old center of Amsterdam.

(I work for Peerby as Member Support.)

All vacancies: http://blog.peerby.com/work/

IFTTT - San Francisco

IFTTT is looking for engineers to help build the next generation of its platform. This is a unique opportunity to contribute to the core architecture of one of the web’s most innovative and exciting services. You’ll get to work on challenging technical problems alongside a small but driven group of developers, and play a key role in shaping both the product and team culture.

IFTTT’s mission is to help people to create connections between the services and devices they use every day. We’ve built a system that enables users to set up simple “if this, then that”-style recipes, which allow activity from one web service to trigger activity in another. The current system supports over 150 unique services and runs hundreds of millions of recipe-handling tasks per day, and we plan to dramatically expand on our flexibility and scalability. Under the hood, this translates to building a platform that can talk to and move data between virtually any API you can think of, all in realtime and at massive scale.

We're well funded, and we work hard to do right by our employees. New hires at IFTTT enjoy competitive salary and equity, full benefits, and a flexible vacation policy. Much more than that, we offer interesting, deep projects and an amazing team experience. We operate on the philosophy that the best job perk is fantastic teammates, and to this end we’ve assembled a staff of intensely curious, well-rounded, talented people who happen to be great engineers. We’re hoping you can be the next one.

Visit https://ifttt.com/jobs for more information.

Digital H2O (http://digitalh2o.com) - Chicago Full time Front End Engineer

We're looking for software engineers to join us building applications to solve the challenge of cost-effectively and sustainably managing oilfield water. We believe passionately in the “win-win”; world-class data analysis, combined with software and marketplace mechanisms, can help our society solve challenging natural resource and environmental problems.

As our primary/senior front-end developer you will have the enormous opportunity to join a founding team and develop a system from the ground up.

Highlights from our tech stack: AWS, Ember, SASS, MongoDB, NodeJS, Python

Key Responsibilities and Requirements:

  - Strong javascript skills, especially development of single page applications using ember, angular, react, etc.
  - Work on an agile engineering team to build new products and features from the ground up
  - Participate in planning, architecture, design, implementation and maintenance of features
  - Graceful degradation, progressive enhancement
Immediate need is for a front-end developer, but we are also interested in growing our devops and backend / data engineering staff, as well as continuing to grow our data science team.

Email: contact+hnhiring@digitalh2o.com

IBM Design is hiring like crazy. We are looking for the top front-end developers who know their medium inside and out, wielding code as their design tool. If you love building on top of live data through real APIs, you believe content precedes device, performance is a UX concern, and code is a design tool, then we. want. you. Let's talk!


So you guys won't sponsor visa sponsorship?

Is that the case for all IBM positions too?

Treasure Data, Mountain View, CA.

We are looking for a Growth Engineer to help grow our B2B SaaS business (15M Series B in Jan 2015)

You are:

- resourcefully relentless and relentlessly resourceful.

- a big believer in using programming to automate tedious tasks.

- technical but most interested in having direct business impact.

- not afraid of digging into the data to prove/disprove ideas.

We are rebuilding our growth strategy, and you will be a core member of this effort.

If interested, please email me at kiyoto@treasure-data.com with an example of an intelligent growth tactic you have implemented.

Bitnami (YC W13), San Francisco

Backend developer

We help developers deploy over a million new server apps every month and work closely with all the major cloud providers (AWS, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure). We are looking for an awesome backend developer to join our San Francisco team. Our stacks spans a range of technologies but centered around Rails and NodeJS.


Java Backend Engineer - Omniata, Helsinki, Finland - visa, full time

Founded by a team of former Digital Chocolate and EA data leads, Omniata (http://www.omniata.com) integrates analytics, CRM, user engagement and A/B testing platforms into one solution. The company is well funded (http://www.creandum.com/why-creandum-invested-omniata/) & headquartered in SF. The bulk of R&D will be done in the Helsinki office which at the moment only has a small team, so this is a great opportunity to get in early and grow with the company.

As a Java backend engineer you’ll be part of the team responsible for code handling millions of events each day. You will also get the opportunity to work on a greenfield project and build the next generation of our backend infrastructure from the ground up. This work will involve analyzing the existing architecture, its load patterns and bottlenecks. Together with other team members, you will use this data to spec up and implement the new architecture.

To apply, drop a one line email with a link to your LinkedIn and GitHub profile to careers-hl@omniata.com.

If you're not interested in doing Java, but are interested in Helsinki as a place to move to, I'd be happy to introduce you to other startups I know in the area. Here's a video to give you an idea as to what it's like around here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wl7PDE7Xbds

Helsinki seems great! Unfortunately, I have no prior experience in Java.

Should we contact you on the same email to get info about other startups in Helsinki or somewhere else?

You can use the same email.

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