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Ask HN: Who is hiring? (April 2015)
473 points by _whoishiring on April 1, 2015 | hide | past | favorite | 952 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.

PS. No April Fools Day content please.

Electronic Frontier Foundation - https://eff.org - San Francisco, CA - Frontend/Backend Developers, Technoactivist

The EFF fights for an Internet free of surveillance and censorship.

We're currently hiring frontend and backend web developers: https://www.eff.org/opportunities/jobs/web-developer

We're also hiring a Technoactivist who'll bridge the technology and activism teams: https://www.eff.org/opportunities/jobs/eff-seeks-techno-acti...

If you think you might be a fit for either role, take a moment and get in touch.

A small sample of projects our technology and activism teams have worked on in the last year:

- Launched numerous projects including LetsEncrypt.org, Privacy Badger, Surveillance Self-Defense, DearFCC.org, The Day We Fight Back, Trolling Effects, Tor Challenge and others.

- 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 a preview version of our OpenWireless open source router firmware.

Hi there - is remote OK?

"This is a full-time position based in EFF's office in San Francisco, CA. Inquiries about whether this job can be done remotely or part-time will not be answered. No phone calls please!"

Is there a number I can call?

The general EFF phone number is (415) 436-9333.

But if you need legal help you can email info@eff.org.

And if you'd like to work on EFF's tech operations team, email techjobs@eff.org.

Very disappointing.

Dear employers, please stop mentioning 'remote' unless a) you're OK with r-emote employees, or b) your business is all about about disrupting "r-emote controls", innovating "r-emote assistance" or something like that.

If your posting doesn't include it we'll assume it's not allowed, and you're well within your rights to toss out any application that does request it. Look at it as the easiest filter you'll ever find for resumes. If you really feel need to stress that the job isn't for r-emote workers just say 'LOCAL ONLY' or something like that. Pretty please?

@_whoishiring could you add something to that effect to the monthly post?

LOCAL ONLY with caps on should be fine. Because, from my experience, if the company doesn't mention rem0te, it doesn't really mean that they are not open to rem0te candidates, especially if you're a good fit.

I'm assuming your trying to search and only see remote positions. Quick CLI hack, tested only on MacOSX w/ gnu coreutils:

<select all from this page, copy> pbpaste | tr '\n' '⁄' | sed 's/\[−\]/\n/g' | grep -ai 'remote' | grep -avi 'no remote' | tr '⁄' '\n'

I know I could do it with a pretty straightforward script, but it's not as simple as a ctrl+f, and it requires me being on a machine w/ unix tools (i.e. not a PC or mobile device).

Yeah, this is really annoying. Ctrl-f r emote and I just get millions of "no re mote" posts. I think most people assume it's not remo te unless stated explicitly, so there's no need to say 'no rem ote'.

Scalyr - Frontend, Backend, Devops Engineers - San Francisco Peninsula - $110k-$150k+, >1% equity

Hi, I’m Steve Newman. You might remember me from such HN posts as "Searching 20 GB/sec" and "EC2 I/O".

We're rebuilding server and log monitoring from the ground up, bringing Google Search levels of power and responsiveness to operations visibility. We have a small, tight team (lots of room for personal growth), traction, plenty of runway, a low-stress culture, and lots of meaty problems to tackle. Be part of an awesome founding team (including the cofounder / lead engineer from Writely -- now Google Docs). We’re aiming high, rethinking everything from how logs are stored to how engineers interact with their tools. Come help us figure it out!

https://www.scalyr.com/jobs, or I'd love to hear from you personally (contact info in my profile).

[0] https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=7715025

[1] https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=4666855

Liars! Frontend, backend, junior, senior -- if you have talent and passion, we have a place for you. doesn't square with a refusal because "your resume focuses on system administration, operations, and other activities that don't involve engineering / coding." If you're looking for talent and passion, then hire for talent and passion.

I'm part of a small team of expats from Silicon Valley that came out to DC last year to help fix healthcare.gov. (Mostly Stanford, Google, YCombinator folks) We've learned a ton, and see an opportunity to create software that radically improves how our government serves its people - we've started our company, Nava, to chase that vision.

In the last 6 months, we've launched 2 major projects:

- App 2.0, the new insurance application for healthcare.gov. It's processing 70% of apps coming through the marketplace, and: converts 35% more people than the old app, gets them through in half the time, is mobile-friendly (20% of apps), sits on robust, scalable infrastructure, etc etc. It was the first system that CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service) ever hosted on Amazon AWS.

- Scalable Login System (SLS), the new identity management system for healthcare.gov. Sadly, the main achievement here is that the system is actually up and available, unlike its predecessor. It's now saving the taxpayer $70M in annual maintenance costs.

Here's a Wired article from last summer about us: http://www.wired.com/2014/06/healthcare-gov-revamp/

Our momentum is strong, the problem is important, and we're looking for good people.

If you're the type that would get fired up about reimagining broken government experiences and technology, please drop us a line at jobs@navahq.com, we'd love to hear from you!

Let me get this straight. We spent hundreds of millions of dollars buiding a bad website. You then get hired to fix it. Again paid by taxpayer dollars. Now you are running a private company that will benefit greatly from this work. And, presumably, the company has investors who will now ride a sweet ride to massive profits because of all of the above.

I hope I am wrong. I hope 100% of your work was funded privately. Otherwise you and your investors are nothing but a bunch of thieves. In other words, a perfect fit for government irrespective of party affilliation.

If I am wrong I apologize profusely. Someone does have to ask these questions. There is absolutely no accountability in government. They lie to us and burn our cash lavishly. Try to tell the IRS that you deleted all your financial records and emails or lie to Congress or any Federal agency and see how quickly you end up in jail.

Just sick of it.

Reboot -- you make no sense. Private contractors are hired all the time by the Government. They did work, delivered something of quality, and got paid for it. It's not thievery at all.

Let's say you own a company. You hire a group of programmers to come in and fix or develop some code. You pay them a lot of money for this work. When they are done they use the code YOU PAID FOR to form a company, attract investors and go into business.

That is theft.

Is this company using code and tools developed with taxpayer money to now profit? Are investors going to profit from something that we paid for and should rightfully be in the public domain.

What I said makes complete sense provided the scenario I painted is correct.

What would it look like to not be considered theft? Something like this: The government needs help fixing the Obamacare website. A group of investors gets together to fund the required work. They compete for the contract with others. One wins the contract. They offer their services at a reasonable cost. The government stipulates that all software developed under this contract will be open source and in the public domain. The company completes the work. Now it can apply for a contract to maintain and enhance the codebase. And so can anyone else. We, the taxpayers, paid for the code and own it. We did not pay to fund a for profit company that would then hild us hostage, have a monopoly based on what should be a public open source code base and create millions of dollars of profit for investors who did not fund the development of that code and took none of the risk.

For all I know these folks are on the level. If that's the case I apologize with all sincerity. Still, I would like to see a statement clarifying whether or not a substantial portion of their now-commercial code base was paid for with taxpayer dollars under "war emergency" conditions and if they are effectively stealing what should be owned by the people of the US in order to form the foundation of a company that is probably going to rake in hundreds of millions of dollars per year with a virtual monopoly. I'd like to see that question answered.

It's not theft. In fact, many companies are started this way. As long as they negotiate a contract that retains or licenses code use, they're good.

Businesses do this to each other all the time. Why should Government be special? I don't believe the software would have been written in the first place if your idealistic regulations were in existence, and the people who'd be at a loss would be.... the taxpayers! If the service that way paid for was delivered and the contract made the proper stipulations, this is all fine and dandy.

Also, "we the taxpayers own it" if it's open-source is also not true. If the BSD license was put to use, for example, then any company could go off and make money using the source code.

The story of healthcare.gov is that one set of federal contractors totally messed it up, and that another group of folks managed to get it back on track. It's not reasonable to claim that the latter group is somehow profiting unethically from the failure of the former.

Hey, I'm interested in learning more about your work and the team. Just curious if this is your website - http://navahq.com/

Very interesting! Their website has a funny placeholder YouTube video and nothing more. Can anyone confirm that this is indeed a legitimate jobs email address? Couldn't find anything about them on LinkedIn or anywhere else and the article doesn't mention this company, so it'd be nice to verify since it sounds like a pretty interesting team to join.

Hi Stephen, I'm the OP. As you noticed, our website is in the process of going up, but isn't quite there yet :) We'll be on Linkedin etc once the site is up.

If you're interested in learning more, happy to chat - shoot me an email at rohan@navahq.com!

Hi, I'm the OP. Yup, that's our (current) website :) More professional version coming very shortly.

If you're interested in learning more about us, happy to chat - shoot me an email at rohan@navahq.com!

I'm curious as to what will happen when a republican gets elected and repels obamacare in 2016?

Toronto - CTO & Backend - PressureNet


We're building high-accuracy weather forecasts using barometers in smartphones. You will architect and build our server infrastructure to collect, store, analyze and distribute this data. We currently receive 5M measurements per day from 400,000 devices and are scaling quickly. The data comes from crowdsourcing apps like PressureNet: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ca.cumulonimbu...

Our current server is in Python, using Django, hosted on AWS, and is open source: https://github.com/Cbsoftware/PressureNet-server

You will have the freedom to choose new technology if you see fit. Eventually, you will also work with our Numerical Weather Prediction team to take the data you've processed and input it to high-resolution weather models. Machine learning experience would be helpful.

Equity: ~10%

Salary: TBD

Remote work possible.

Contact: I'm Jacob, CEO, email me: jacob@cumulonimbus.ca

Ohhh I have such a hard-on for this kind of stuff.

https://webflow.com (YC S13) - San Francisco, CA - VISA OK, REMOTE could be an option. Salaries range from $70K to $140K depending on experience and location.

At Webflow, we're building software to give superpowers to the 99.75% of the world that doesn't know how to code. We push the boundaries of what's possible in a browser-based app, and have tons of interesting (and hard!) engineering and design challenges yet to solve.

We're hiring exceptional people across the board, including front-end engineers, back-end engineers, product designers, devops, sales, and customer success.

Our hiring process is super simple and fast - Skype chat with the CEO, then set up a short-term (2-4 days) paid contract at a fair hourly rate to work on a real project that you ship to production, then we fly you out to meet the team, and make a decision right away.

If you like what we're doing at Webflow, and you can see clearly see yourself contributing in a meaningful way, please shoot me an email to vlad@webflow.com so we can get started! Instead of the usual resume/CV application rigamarole, let's just start with a Skype chat instead :)


Design professional with years of experience and curiosity to learn new technologies and trends. Visualize the users' needs and build interfaces to improve user productivity, discoverability, and simplicity.

Showcase - http://www.behance.net/rebirthpixel - http://dribbble.com/rebirthpixel

More Work - https://www.dropbox.com/s/7mj0xo7p34gzgqm/Work%20-%20Showcas...

Specialties » User Interface Design » iOS & Android App Design » Web Design & Front-end Technologies » Wireframing » Prototyping » Brand Identity & Visual Design

Skype sdworkz

We can collaborate good work for sure if we go ahead. Thanking you for your consideration and forthcoming response.

Best, Tejas

E-mail: tsompura@gmail.com

Theranos - Palo Alto

When a doctor tells you to goto a lab for more diagnostics - which do you prefer - giving two vials or two drops of blood? Theranos is looking to completely redefine healthcare by solving speed and accuracy issues of current lab testing by combining SW engineering and life sciences using 1/1000 less blood than what is typically drawn today; our process have results in Doctors’ hands in as little as 2 to make actionable information accessible to everyone at the time it matters.


An advanced stage startup - We are looking for engineers (Early career - minimum 1yrs experience to Senior level) who want to make a positive impact in healthcare. We are a C# shop, but C# experience is not required. Also seeking Front End, Senior SQL Developers & IOS developers. For more about each position: http://www.theranos.com/careers/software-development

VISA (for those already in the US) & TN Visas for those who qualify - Relo assistance (for US, Canada & Mexico residence only). No other International Candidates please.

What’s it like working @ Theranos? http://vimeo.com/107759726

email michaelw at theranos dot com

class TellApart(StartUp):

  def __init__(self):
    super(TellApart, self).__init__(
        description='Predictive marketing platform',
        locations=['Burlingame, CA', 'New York, NY'],

  def technologies(self):
    return [
      'mesos', 'aurora', 'hadoop', 'spark', 'parquet', 'kafka', 'finagle',
      'mysql', 'postgresql', 'emberjs', 'd3',

  def contact(self, applicant_email, resume=None, linkedin=None, github=None):
    if not (resume or linkedin or github):
      raise ValueError('We\'d love to learn more about you! Please provide some'
                       ' info')
    email.send('wei@tellapart.com', 'HN applicant who can read Python',
               package_up(applicant_email, resume, linkedin, github))

We're making a desktop laser cutter/engraver: a magic box that makes beautiful products. CNC lasers have been around since the 80s but innovation's been at a standstill. We're driving the price of the hardware down 5x and building a cloud backend that does motion planning and machine vision to make it dead simple to use. Push a button, out come flat-pack wallets, lamps, board games, and anything else you can dream up. We're up in Seattle, funded, and have 8 employees including 3 founders who've manufactured hardware, sold companies, graduated YC, and built profitable businesses. Check out this article about us: http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/02/15/slice-and-carve-the... If you like what you see, shoot us a note at jobs@glowforge.com!

PS: We'd love to talk to anyone, but especially want to encourage women and underrepresented minorities to apply. We're building a product for all kinds of people, and we'd like it to be built by all kinds of people, too.

CloudFlare - San Francisco, CA and London, UK: VISA

CloudFlare is building the next generation network edge, in the cloud, for security, performance, monitoring, and control of web traffic.

We started the year at ~128 and are looking to double in size in 2015. Still early enough to make a difference, but we're now big enough that the difference you make will affect a large number of customers on day one, including Hacker News, Reddit, Stack Exchange, basically every bitcoin or torrent site ever, and 2M more.

We're engineering driven, and have been great at solving hard engineering challenges (we've got nginx core team, some deep kernel tap knowledge, and insane levels of performance optimization up and down the stack), but we're hiring across the company:

In addition to always looking for great systems engineers, SREs, and network engineers, we're particularly interested in exceptionally strong web front end developers, Postgres database expertise, and enterprise sales/sales engineers.


Things we particularly value are a drive to complete projects, deep technical curiosity, and an interest in fixing the Internet.

I actually had my first interview was told I passed it and they would schedule the next one with me within a couple days then never heard back.


Always follow up if that happens. Things get lost and forgotten, and people sometimes forget who's side of the court the ball was in. It happens.

Sad but true.

I got a few interviews and the recruiters used special web-apps for the process and even then they didn't think about getting back and tell me it's done.

And why should they? They get paid for good hires, not for telling the bad ones they aren't needed.

We probably need more comments like the one of devnull42 to raise awareness.

This wasn't "not telling the bad one that wasn't needed" -- it was "reviewer (who is our engineering manager for that department) liked him, and put notes to that effect in his file, and the next step is supposed to be in-house recruiter following up to do the next interviews". The in-house recruiter didn't get the note, and there was no internal feedback loop to say it had been stalled. We actually hired a (great) engineer on the data team after he followed up on a post like this months ago; I'm aware the process is broken, and we're trying to improve it.)

We use jobscore. I really wish we used lever.co to track this stuff instead.

On the teams where I am more involved in hiring (i.e. not SRE), we separately track candidates after initial screening using Jira (which we use for everything else), so people don't get dropped.

email me [email address redacted] -- I have no idea who you are in the system.

I've sent an email (about 3 weeks ago) regarding the possibility of a summer placement to one your employees, been told that he/she put me into the "recruiting system" but unfortunately had no reply since. Any reason as to why that is?

Your email address (based on your other posts) is not in jobscore (which we use to track applicants).

If you want to apply to something, go through jobscore, so it's in that system. Anything else tends to get lost :(

Flexport - https://www.flexport.com - San Francisco, CA - Engineering

Flexport is a platform for global trade. We make it easier for companies to ship products between any two places in the world.

Paul Graham says, "Flexport is one of those rare startups that will not merely satisfy its market, but grow it. There will be more international trade because of Flexport, and international trade is a very big thing for there to be more of."

We have a tight-knit team of 7 engineers lead by our CTO Amos Elliston, who was previously co-founder of Geni, where he helped lead the engineering team that built and spun out Yammer.

Our business is working: We grew revenues 94x in the last 12-months, including 115% from March over February of this year.

We're looking for a senior front-end engineer to help create great user experiences for our clients, for our team and for our logistics partners around the world.

Check out our job posting for more information on the tech stack and engineering culture: https://www.flexport.com/careers

And please email jobs@flexport.com with your resume to apply.


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

Silk [1] is looking for DevOps, Front-end and JavaScript/TypeScript Engineers.

Our product lets people publish structured data on the web and makes it easy for people to query, visualize, publish and share their data. On a deeper level, our vision is to bring a structured, machine-readable web to the masses and build an amazing company around that. In many ways, we're becoming like "Github for Data".

We're working on many interesting and challenging problems, with a custom-built Haskell graph-database on the back-end and a cutting-edge Functional Reactive client-side framework in Javascript on the front-end [2]. Silk is well-funded by top-tier VCs (NEA and Atomico) and we're located in the city center of Amsterdam.

For more info & open positions: https://jobs.silk.co/

[1] https://www.silk.co/

[2] See http://engineering.silk.co/ for examples.

Elsen, Boston, MA: FULL TIME Software Engineer, INTERN

Elsen is building the next generation of market simulation software at the intersection of high performance computing, machine learning, and quantitative finance. We're a small, tight-knit team located in the finance district of downtown Boston.

We are looking for a software developer to help build out our infrastructure which is primarily written in Haskell, C, and Python. An expert knowledge of Haskell is not required, and we are primarily looking for quantitatively minded individuals with a strong familiarity with finance and the ability to implement these ideas in multiple programming languages.

Some things we look for in an candidate ( subset of the following ):

* Open source involvement

* Deep understanding of quantitative modeling * Postgres

* Understanding of various parallelism techniques (threads, software transactional memory, GPUs, distributed computing)

* Technical analysis with ta-lib

* Use of iteratee Haskell libraries (conduit/pipes)

* Experience with modern C development

* NumPy/SciPy/Pandas experience

* Willingness to play complex boardgames

* Overall fun-loving personality and good sense of humor

Contact: jobs@elsen.co

Web/Mobile UI Designer - REMOTE or Bloomington, Indiana, United States - [$55K - $75K]

We're looking for a designer with an eye for simple, clean design with a touch of playfulness, and strong technical skills (HTML, CSS, Javascript mainly; iOS/Android experience is a plus).

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 #17 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 (well, until recently — check with the governor for an update on that) 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 $55K - $75K + health benefits and 4 weeks paid vacations, stock options negotiable.

To apply, go to https://formassembly.workable.com/j/D77A6D8560 or email jobs [at] formassembly.com

Company: Praetorian

Location: Austin, Texas Citizenship Required

Keywords: REMOTE (For principal positions)

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, DEFCON, and AppSec USA, 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 is 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 and mention this post. 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/.

It reads "Texas Citizenship Required"!

Which would be awesome!

Doh! Good catch.

Clearly, that should read: "Austin, Texas\nCitizenship Required"

OMG... that's so funny! Good people at Praetorian, you must keep that there if only for the giggles.

They haven't seceded yet!

haha, it's funny!

Different account now posting these threads?


I noticed it too.

ZeroCater, San Francisco

The marketplace for company meals. We help companies feed their employees by sourcing food from awesome local restaurants and caterers.

We’re profitable, doing 10s of millions in yearly sales and growing fast.

- VP of Engineering https://jobs.lever.co/zerocater/9488d8f8-4697-4c14-9528-6375...

- Full Stack Engineer https://jobs.lever.co/zerocater/4a587a80-c04f-4f74-88f9-d9c8...

- Product Manager https://jobs.lever.co/zerocater/79e4b5f9-f67e-4422-8836-3f80...

Catalyze | REMOTE or Madison WI | Full-Time

At Catalyze we're building the underlying infrastructure for some of the most exciting and innovative technology companies in healthcare. In short, we provide a compliant platform and data services to power the scaling of digital health. We love working on open source, solving difficult problems and we're growing rapidly.

Over the last 2 years we’ve grown our team from just a few to over 20 full-time employees. During that time raised over $6m in venture capital, and signed some of the biggest brands in healthcare (the VA, Amgen, Blue plans, and many more).

Our team and board is made up of experts in healthcare, security and compliance, data control, and cloud engineering. We have several levels of engineering positions open including a Healthcare Integration Engineer, Junior - Senior Software/Systems Engineers, Network Engineers, Support Ops and several other non-technical roles. For more info - https://catalyze.io/jobs

travisjgood: I'd love to see what openings you currently have but the link to jobs.lever.co on your jobs page returns a 404.

Was able to find a list of positions here: https://angel.co/catalyze

Software/Firmware/Systems Engineering

LeafLabs - Cambridge, MA

We are hiring Linux kernel and embedded firmware engineers to work on Project Ara (http://projectara.com), Google's moonshot to create the ultimate customizable phone, inside and out.

LeafLabs has been working with Google on this project since its inception, and continues to play a key role in the ongoing march towards launch.

By joining our team, you can expect the opportunity to directly influence the future of mobile computing, in the near term during Project Ara's duration, and in the long term as we work on merging this into mainline Android.

Check things out:





Are LeafLabs and NKLabs working on different embedded aspects of Project Ara?

Open Whisper Systems ➡ San Francisco ➡ Full Time

Open Whisper Systems is 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

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

Aren't you guys a live streaming video company recently acquired by Twitter?

Custora (YC W11) - http://www.custora.com - New York, NY - Engineering and Data Science

Marketing used to be an exercise in one-to-many communication: billboards, magazine ads, and - more recently - having a powerful social media presence. At Custora, we’re helping to turn this model on its head, using mountains of data to help our customers direct the right campaigns to the right users rather than blasting the same message to the largest audience possible.

We're growing quickly and looking to fill positions from Front-End Engineering to Data Science. We're analyzing data for well over 500,000,000 end customers, and this number is growing fast. We compute sophisticated statistics on the fly, and building a marketing experimentation platform that's usable by the entire marketing team, and we need your help to build new statistical models, build the infrastructure to run those models, and to develop creative and intuitive ways of presenting our findings to our users.

Our job postings are at https://www.custora.com/careers. I'm more than happy to answer any questions and tell you more about us, so feel free to reach out to me at martin@custora.com.

Nod Labs - http://nod.com - Mountain View CA - Full Time, no remote work.

We believe our motion and gesture technology will fundamentally change how we interact with computers and our environment. We have built the first and only pixel accurate gestural control device, and we are just getting started.

Yourself: Self starter and mostly importantly a finisher - pick something up and deliver without supervision. You will be a manager with a team size of one - you. You will need to pick the next problem on the way to achieve our goals and solve it. You could be working on our custom OS twiddling GPIOs or you could be hacking on the backend or polishing off our iOS app. You will need to hold a lot of complexity in your head and have solid CS fundamentals. For what we do, Google may not have all the answers to your questions, github may not have any such sample code and Stackoverflow may have a vaguely related question with no replies, but you will be responsible for solving the problem.

We are currently looking for a) Embedded SW Engineer b) Game developer with Unity/Unreal experience. Motion Capture pipeline would be a plus. c) Mobile developer who can architect and build great multi-platform SDKs (think Unity, Parse etc) d) Web Frontend developer. Build what is next for nod.com

Team: ex-(Apple, Blackberry, Facebook, Google, Jawbone, Lab126, NASA, Samsung). Approximately 1/3rd of the team are PhDs (or PhDs on “pause”) in various fields (Math, Physics, CS) from MIT, Stanford, CMU etc.

Drop us an email at stdin@nod-labs.com

Permutive (YC S14) — London, UK — http://permutive.com

We're focused on understanding and recommending content at scale. We use ML and NLP techniques to algorithmically understand the meaning behind content and people's wide and nuanced interests. Our first product is an intelligent native ad server for sponsored content.

We have a ton of interesting problems to solve, and we're looking for people who want the responsibility of taking some of them on and delivering working solutions. More specifically, we're looking for engineers with interests or experience in:

* Building large-scale distributed systems (we run a microservices architecture on AWS)

* Designing and implementing scalable machine learning models (particularly Bayesian approaches, topic models, deep belief nets)

* Working extensively in functional languages (we mostly use Scala, some Haskell)

* Building low-latency personalized recommender systems

We’re a VC and Y Combinator-backed startup at the beginning of our journey. As one of our first engineers you’ll play a central role in defining our tech culture and direction, and have direct influence on product and strategy.

If you're interested, email us at jobs@permutive.com with your resume/CV and anything else that helps us know more about who you are!

My current employer, Swift Navigation, is looking to hire an embedded electrical engineer to join our work on open-source (https://github.com/swift-nav/), high-precision GPS receivers (H1B welcome).

The actual listing is here: http://www.swiftnav.com/jobs/1_ee.html. If you're interested or have any questions, send Buro a note at mookerji@swiftnav.com.

* Technical details:

0. Embedded development (electronics design and schematic capture, embedded software, FPGA-based DSP) for our next generation receivers though prototyping, testing, and manufacturing.

1. We use Python/Numpy for algorithm prototyping'analysis, and collaborate on some custom continuous integration tools for firmware acceptance testing.

* Organizational details

0. We're currently at 13-ish people in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco, with work spread across analog/RF/digital hardware design, statistics/ estimation/controls, (purely) functional programming, and distributed systems/casual webapp development.

1. Much of our work is interdisciplinary, with an environment emphasizing effective communication, collaboration, and inclusion.

2. Flexible working policy, relevant for those with families and children.

3. Some non-traditional benefits: thoughtful management, a backyard with a banana tree, and a functional gas stove and well-seasoned cast-iron.

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

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.

Tokyo, Japan || Full Stack Engineer || [REMOTE is a possibility]

We are a pre-release startup based and are looking for full-stack engineers that are interested in Go (golang) and Bitcoin. We ambitiously aim to bring Bitcoin to the general public in Japan, and although there has been bad press about Bitcoin, we believe we can make an impact in improving the lives of users of our (soon to be released) service. We strongly believe in testing, continuous integration and code reviews, so you will love the benefits of having well tested code in production and being able to learn (and teach) others from critiquing each others' code. As a startup, we are focused on shipping our product, so you would be expected to be reliable and able to self-manage your own time.

You will be our 2nd engineer hire and work directly with the CTO in getting the service ready for release by early Summer. This will entail helping with the architecture of systems, coding the backend systems, writing client side JS, setting up servers, and keeping everything running.

Our current stack looks like this: Golang, Beanstalkd, PostgreSQL, Salt Stack, Knockout.js, Durandal, Bootstrap


    - Comfortable with SQL
    - Familiarity with Linux and the command line
    - Basic knowledge of Bitcoin
    - Experience with AWS EC2
    - Strong communication skills and working as a reliable team player with a remote team
    - Fluency in either Japanese or English (both are a plus)
Bonus Skills: - Go and other parts of our stack - Startup experience - Experience using JSON-RPC interface of bitcoin client

Please send your cover letter and resume/github repos to golanghn@fastmail.com

Why a repost, word for word, of a post I added one year ago (although changing the email address)?


I was quite intrigued by this position, but if it's a repost of yours I'm probably as confused as you are about what is going on.

Did you stop pursuing that venture? E.g. it's someone you worked/were going to work with?

Certainly makes me less excited about replying to the repost.

I have no idea why this is here. There is no CTO anymore (I left) and there are more than 2 engineers.

I highly doubt this is legit, but I am curious why there is a copy & paste (word for word) of a one year old job post.

Perhaps you can email and tell me your results (my email is in my profile).

Voxy - Engineers and VP Eng, Manhattan, NY

Voxy is an adaptive learning platform focused on teaching English as a second language. We've just entered a growth phase as our product takes off in Brazil and Mexico.

We have a small tech team that needs to grow rapidly, and whoever we hire next can have a real impact on our engineering culture.

We pair every day, practice real Agile and have a very respect driven, peer based culture. Our team believes in real engineering, not programming.

Stack wise we use Python/Django, Backbone, PostrgesSQL and MongoDB and have native iOS and Adroid apps.

We have 4 senior engineering and a VP Eng position open at the moment. The VP Eng position requires real experience building and running top notch engineering teams and extensive experience with Python/Django.

Engineer : https://boards.greenhouse.io/voxy/jobs/36509#.VRwSyZN4r-Y VP Eng : https://boards.greenhouse.io/voxy/jobs/41245#.VRwS6ZN4r-Y

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.

$70K – $120K Salary

0.5% – 1.2% Equity

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

Company website: http://isoclineengineering.com/

INTERN - Also looking for interns in software or embedded systems

Sounds great. Can I apply without creating an AngelList profile?

You could also send an email with your CV

Sounds great, what's your email?

Remote interns ok?

Doubt any firm would even consider remote interns unless you want to "intern" doing data entry. Getting you caught up would take a tremendous amount of resources that is just not worth the effort.

No, sorry

Dropbox - SF and NY - Fulltime and Intern

Dropbox is building the home for people’s most important things—their photos, docs, and everything else. We handle over a billion files a day for over 300 million users with a product that’s easy enough for your grandparents to use.

We write great software and sweat the details, relentlessly focus on impact, and are working to create an enduring culture. We’ve barely scratched the surface, and we're building much more than a little blue box.


Some of the expertise we’re trying to grow:

Engineering: distributed systems, computer vision, data scientist, android, iOS, web (front and backend), QA, and more

Design: user research, visual design, and interaction design

Product: developer advocate, payments, and localization

Tech Ops: site reliability, MySQL, infrastructure security, network engineer, hadoop reliability, and datacenter ops.

Check out our jobs page (https://www.dropbox.com/jobs) for more jobs and full descriptions. ----

What’s it like to be a Dropboxer? https://www.facebook.com/lifeinsidedropbox

Glassdoor: http://www.glassdoor.com/Overview/Working-at-Dropbox-EI_IE41...

Apply with link https://www.dropbox.com/jobs/product?ds=1600dcfc59

Hi, I was trying to apply through the link for an internship position. It currently says "no open positions". Anywhere else I can apply, or should I wait for the page to be updated?

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...

Hi Beekay

Do you accept remote workers from outside the US? (Canada specifically)


Basketball Operations Analyst

Philadelphia 76ers - Philadelphia, PA


The Philadelphia 76ers are looking to add talented new developers, software engineers, statistical analysts, and data scientists to the team. Basketball analysts will work as a part of the front office and collaborate extensively with the entire basketball operations department including President and GM Sam Hinkie. Experience in basketball is not required; analytical talent and learning easily is. The Sixers are looking for both permanent employees and interns. Most basketball analysts will work in our basketball operations office in Philadelphia but other arrangements may be possible. If you're passionate about basketball and have technical skills that you think could help an NBA team, please see the official posting and apply here: http://nbateamjobs.teamworkonline.com/teamwork/r.cfm?i=71706

If you have questions, you can reach us at bballopsjobs@sixers.com.

Beachhead Studio, part of Activision|Blizzard has the following open positions in Santa Monica, California:

-Backend Game Engineer - http://bit.ly/1F94KIU

-Site Reliability Engineer - http://bit.ly/1wvOFvi

-Unity Engineer - http://bit.ly/1L6NqsU

-Lead Unity Engineer - http://bit.ly/1CslzN2

-Technical Artist - http://bit.ly/1BfxOIO

-UI Artist - http://bit.ly/17olFdA

I am an engineer at Beachhead and it's a great place to work. We are working on some very cool stuff right now and need more engineers. They will pay for relocation for the right candidates!

Shameless referral bonus plug: Please mention my name, Chris Downs, if you do happen to apply :).

AngelList is hiring full-stack engineers in San Francisco & New York

Only 10 engineers run all of AngelList, and most are ex-founders. The culture is awesome: http://www.slideshare.net/fcosaez/joshua-slayton

Built on Rails, but most of us didn't know it coming in.

Apply here: https://angel.co/angellist/jobs

One Codex (YC S14) – Genomic search and data platform. San Francisco, CA (https://www.onecodex.com).

We’re a software and biology start-up building a platform for microbial genomics. Our first application area is infectious disease diagnostics -- where we’re already working with doctors, epidemiologists, and others at the world’s leading public health and research organizations. We were also awarded a $200,000 prize by the CDC for our work on "strain-typing" pathogenic bacteria.


* You’re a generalist software engineer that loves hard problems

* You want to work on a technology product making an important real-world impact

* You’re excited about joining a small team and directly impacting the shape of its technology choices, product, and business

* You communicate well and work effectively with others

* Pluses (but not requirements): biology/compbio background; experience with Docker in production; prior experience with Flask, React, D3


* Important problem: We’re not only working to build better in silico diagnostics, but setting the groundwork for entirely entirely new clinical, scientific, and public health applications.

* Hard, intellectually interesting challenges: Amongst other things, we are 1) applying and developing cutting-edge bioinformatics algorithms; 2) developing and deploying new data structures (really!); 3) finding better ways to manage messy genomic data; and 4) and running Docker in production.

* Upside: We offer a competitive salary, meaningful above-market equity, and the chance to be an early employee in a well-positioned startup.


Please send us a note about your interest and background at careers@onecodex.com or reach out to me directly at nick@onecodex.com.

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&...

Snowplow Analytics - Remote, INTERN.

Snowplow Analytics is looking for 1-2 open source software interns this Summer (May through August), for a 6-8 week paid internship. Our interns will work directly on and contribute to projects within the Snowplow open source stack (https://github.com/snowplow). A Snowplow intern loves coding, enjoys experimenting with new technologies and is happiest working "in the open" on community/team projects. Technologies we use at Snowplow include Scala, JRuby, Go, Hadoop, Kinesis, Redshift, Elasticsearch, Kafka and Samza.

This a paid internship; we will consider remote candidates who are up to UTC +/- 5 hours maximum. Interested? Please email intern@snowplowanalytics.com, and tell us about a piece of software you are proud to have written. (And don't be afraid to suggest specific projects/initiatives/features that you would like to work on in your internship.)

For background on our previous internships check out:


From my experience as an Wintern(2014-2015) this is definetly one of the most competitive and best team to work with. I really can't think of a better manager cum teacher.

Alex, Yali and the team are fantastic! I worked at Snowplow last summer and I can't recommend it enough.

Alex and Yali are brilliant. Help is available whenever needed and my daily discussions with Alex were a pleasure. (Wintern 2013)

San Francisco | Boston | Xamarin - Full time

#TheXamarinStory We created Xamarin because we knew there had to be a better way to build mobile apps. We’re developers, so we know what developers want: a modern programming language, powerful tools, an efficient and delightful workflow and the power to create the best user experiences. We are on a mission to make it fast, easy and fun to build great mobile apps.

#Boston | Xamarin Studio Lead Software QA Engineer Prior experience developing or enhancing an automated UI testing framework for a desktop application. Solid background in C# as a developer or tester. Previous experience using Xamarin Studio preferred. Demonstrated ability to lead a small (4-6 person) team of QA testers. More details here: http://xamarin.com/jobs/obsI0fw5

#SanFrancisco | Senior Software Engineer, Xamarin Test Cloud Prior experience building mobile apps on iOS and/or Android Experience with Ruby, Java, Objective-C and C# a plus Experience with mobile testing Strong debugging/analytics skills More details here: http://xamarin.com/jobs/oW8i0fw6

Curious about other openings posted here: http://xamarin.com/jobs ? Send an email to me paula@xamarin.com with your questions - we love to hear from you!

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 75K-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)

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

AmazonUI (AUI) team at Amazon | Seattle or San Francisco | Full time | Non-remote only, full relocation packages available

AUI is the Front-end platform being adopted on Amazon.com. We are modernizing the company's front end code base, while diving deep on latency, performance, API design, user experience, and cross browser/device compatibility. Basically, we need people who can build libraries, not just use them.

Our team is incredibly customer centric. For any given situation, we have to make the right choice on behalf of the folks using our platform -- and we have to do it at scale. That may sound cliche, but within the next hour AUI will be used to generate tens of millions of page views. And that's just in the US. Worldwide, we're used on about 90% of requests across all device categories.

It's a lot of responsibility, but also a lot of opportunity. For example, we can run experiments that change almost every page on Amazon.com. We can also impact the page load time for the entire site. Have you ever tried to figure out why your site is 6ms slower? We have.

We use these tools (but don't expect you to know all of them): HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ruby, Java, Perl, Git, and a bunch of internal systems

Join our team to help launch the next-gen redesign and create an even better user experience for Amazon customers!

If you're interested, drop us an email at aui-hn@amazon.com

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.

Front-End Software Engineer, Mozilla Foundation

Portland, Toronto, Vancouver. Remote or other Mozilla locations considered for the right candidate.

The Mozilla Foundation is looking for a great front-end developer and all-round good human being for a full-time position. We're looking for someone who can bring some expertise in modern front-end techniques, so experienced Web front-end engineers are preferred. That being said, anyone with experience working on user interfaces, with a passion for detail and a desire to better the world is encouraged to apply.

We're best known for creating Firefox which is used by half a billion users around the world. Our mission is even bigger than just the browser. We are proudly non-profit and our principles ( https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/about/manifesto/ ) guide our mission to promote openness, innovation and opportunity on the Web.

You will focus on building Web software for a new generation of digital creators and webmakers, giving people the tools and skills they need to move from consuming the Web to actively making the Web. You'll work on software that's translated by an amazing global community into 110 different languages. You'll write software that will be used by people in their first experience of the Internet. Does that get you excited? Ready to css-transform the Web? -- Tell us about it.


Thread.com (YC S12) - Software engineer who loves product (Python/Django) London, England.


We're a startup trying to reinvent retail so men can dress well without being subject to the horrors of the high street or having to trawl through millions of items online. We do this using a combination of powerful algorithms and human stylists.

You'd be joining a small, highly technical team with a ton of startup experience (the founders have started and sold 2 companies before). You'll be one of the first technical hires and get to build and own huge parts of the product and work on the core algorithms.

One of our ancillary goals is to build one of the best engineering cultures anywhere, and we'd love you to help us do that. We launched in October and user and revenue numbers are scaling extremely quickly. We're backed by a collection of the top investors from London and Silicon Valley as well as Y Combinator.

We're especially interested in people who are interested in founding their own startup one day. We view working at Thread as a founder bootcamp where you'll learn about all parts of starting and growing a startup.

Want to learn more? Check out https://www.thread.com/jobs and you can see some of our code at http://dev.thread.com/


London, United Kingdom - Osper - https://osper.com

We provide a real prepaid debit card for young people, aged 8-18, so they can make independent decisions with money: online, in shops, at cash machines, and abroad. Thousands of families have already signed up to the service and we will be growing enormously this year.

But we not only help young people buy Legos and save for bicycles - we are building an awesome technology team that eliminates legacy code, keeps the bug rate tiny, and stays small and joyful. We are doing this by adopting techniques like pair programming, test-driven development, and continuous deployment. You can read more about our plan to be awesome on our tech blog http://tech.osper.io. We want to meet and work with smart technical folks of all sorts - from server-side devs to sysadmins, mobile coders to testers, security analysts to data crunchers - but especially quality and product experts who obsessed with automated and exploratory testing for mobile devices.

We are willing to arrange relocation to London for the right candidates. Sorry, we're not ready to take on remote team members at this time.

Hi, are you willing to take interns? I'm currently a first year Software Engineering student. I can email you a CV/Portfolio if you'd like.

Unfortunately we aren't set up for interns just now. Try us again in a few months - we may very well have grown to the stage where we can do this by then.

Okay awesome - Best of luck with your product it looks really good!

Fetch Robotics - http://fetchrobotics.com/ - San Jose, CA - Full Time / Interns

Fetch is a small team of experienced engineers working on cutting edge mobile robotics. We’re well funded and growing quickly. We’re looking for deeply talented people who love robots and want to solve real world problems.

Front End Developer (React / Backbone) - http://bit.ly/1HjmhNn

Robot Perception Engineer (lasers / vision) - http://bit.ly/1NBOVuY

Robot Manipulation Engineer - http://bit.ly/1I5rZpz

Robot Navigation Engineer - http://bit.ly/1NK5DKA

Robot Application Engineer - http://bit.ly/1IRcoHI

Interns - http://bit.ly/1Dv7qjU

We’ve got operational robots, a disruptive price point and we are poised for significant growth. Simply put, we’ve built something that people want.

Early Stage Backend Engineer - New York, NY

Maven (https://www.mavenclinic.com) is a company dedicated to creating a better consumer healthcare experience. Our first product is a platform for delivering real-time video appointments with women’s health care professionals ranging from wellness providers up through MDs. It will be live for public beta next week with the launch of our iOS app. We’ve got a great team, top-tier investors, and awesome momentum in a huge space that is ripe for disruption.

We’re hiring for a backend engineer to join our growing product team. This is an early-stage opportunity and you’ll get the chance to help us architect this platform as it scales and we add new features. We take security, automation, and long-term thinking seriously.

- python3 (flask, sqlalchemy) - deployed to Google Cloud Platform on a docker cluster (debian hosts) w/ ansible - SQL and NoSQL (MySQL/elasticsearch) - DevOps skills a plus.

https://angel.co/maven-4/jobs/54376-back-end-developer - contact hello@mavenclinic.com for more!

Sauce Labs - http://saucelabs.com/ - San Francisco, Vancouver, or remote - Software Engineer, Mobile R&D

We're making mobile devices do things they aren't supposed to. We need your help.

People from many different backgrounds will be considered, because most of these things have never been done before anyway. What we're doing combines Selenium/Appium testing, cloud engineering, networking, virtual machines, LXC containers, Android, iOS, python scripting, you name it. If you have a couple of those things under your belt, and you're smart and not afraid of doing hard detective work sometimes, I encourage you to apply. Previous work with a small team in a startup environment is preferred.

We're very active in open source communities.

Also, of all the places I've ever worked (including the allegedly "don't be evil" one), this place is the most serious about values and integrity. We have a huge opportunity in front of us, but we also want to work with people who share those values.


Reinventing Geospatial (http://www.rgi-corp.com) - Washington DC area, Northern Virginia, Fairfax - Full Time - Java, Python, and Web Developers

We are a small business working in government-related research and development. We're looking for highly skilled and self-motivated engineers to join our company.

- Proficiency with Javascript, Python, Java, and/or C#

- Experience with JS frameworks such as Knockout, Angular, Bootstrap, Backbone

- Familiar with end-to-end design in web development

- Solid problem solving skills in difficult domains

- Computer Science or related degree, or equivalent knowledge and experience

We are a successful, growing business of approximately 35 employees located in Fairfax, VA. We are an extremely fun, creative, and family-oriented company.

Our passion lies in designing and programming elegant and efficient software particularly in the geospatial domain (knowledge of Leaflet, tiling, caching, computational geometry, and/or GIS is a plus but by no means a requirement).

We offer an extremely competitive salary and benefits package with spectacular health care coverage.

Send your resume to careers@rgi-corp.com, and please mention Hacker News in your email. Also, feel free to reply if you have any questions.

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:

- Front-end engineering (JS/CSS)

Senior Software Engineer | Austin, TX | OwnLocal (YC W2010)

TL;DR: Full-time, non-remote only. Contact jason@ownlocal.com. RoR, Go, ElasticSearch but we think you can learn these things on the job if you're competent. We treat employees like humans. $90k and up depending on experience.

We're a Ruby on Rails shop who has recently consolidated a bunch of backend tech into Go and ElasticSearch. We would love a few engineers who would be interested in working in all three and could lend expertise to the latter two.

We're generally interested in gathering information from print ads, so strategies around data entry applications or experience with computer vision is also really exciting for us.

Our request volume has been increasing by 10s to 100s of millions each month and we've had to learn a lot of new things to keep up. It's fun and exciting times but we're shorthanded to handle the load!

OwnLocal is dedicated to having a quality work environment for everyone. On our engineering team we value collaboration over competition, respect work-life balance and solve problems without blaming people. We have a "no assholes" policy. We have great health insurance. We're big enough to be stable but small enough to still be startupy. We pay market rate for Austin; the lowest salary for this position is around $90k/yr.

We believe that someone who is truly a senior software engineer can come from almost any background and pick up a new set of tech in a reasonable amount of time which is why we don't list much about our tech stack in our ads.

If you are interested, feel free to contact me (Jason Novek) personally: jason@ownlocal.com.

Please don't say "no rem-ote", "non-rem-ote", or anything of that ilk. It's awfully annoying to those searching the page for rem-ote jobs. Note to everyone else, if it isn't rem-ote, don't mention the word. Cheers.

*Edited to add dashes into the key word I knew someone would comment on that but I've been too busy to come back and edit!

P.S. this wasn't personal attack on Jason (jnovek).

> We treat employees like humans

One of the greatest benefits ever!

Curiosity - Chicago, IL, USA - NO REMOTE

Front End Developer

At Curiosity.com, we’re a startup of passionate learners, strong engineers and designers executing on our mission. And we’re bringing the best learning content to the world. Our audience spans over 200 countries and is growing at a rapid pace. 2015 will be a year of exponential growth for us.

We are looking for a driven front-end developer with an agile software development background. The ideal candidate has experience in translating ideas and designs into amazing experiences for users.

Who You Are:

* Software generalist at heart that has developed deep expertise in specific areas

* Someone that works best in an environment with a sense of urgency

* A direct but open-minded communicator, transparent and kind

* A person that is comfortable being accountable in a culture of autonomy and ownership

* Driven, self-starter that identifies and solves challenges

* A life long learner looking to contribute both professionally and culturally to our organization


* Must be familiar with OS X/Linux

* 4-7+ years of experience with web development

* Strong understanding of OO programming

* Must know MVC pattern

* Ability to work with minimal supervision

* Highly organized and detail-oriented

* Only applicants with code samples and/or a GitHub account will be considered.

Email Andy O’Dower, our Head of Product at jobs@curiosity.com to learn more and apply.

Xledger - Software Engineer(Sr., Jr. Frontend/backend candidates welcome)

Local, Colorado Springs, CO. Must be legally able to work in the US. We cannot sponsor visas.

Xledger is a finance, project, and business information system that gives customers tighter control of their businesses. We are looking for a qualified software engineer to join our team.

The current technology stack is a standard ASP.NET Web Forms style one, with some JavaScript heavy views (some in React.js) backed by ASP.NET MVC.

Must haves:

* A good fundamental understanding of how the web and web applications work (HTTP, databases, caching, API's, etc)

* Ability to do solid work in multiple areas, such as (data access, caching, the front end, etc)

* Ability to pick things up quickly

* High standards

* Ability to focus and get things done

Nice to haves:

* Experience with functional programming languages, such as Clojure, F#, or Haskell

Note: For junior front end candidates, the only hard requirement is some experience with JS and HTML/CSS, and an interest in functional programming.

Apply here: http://functionaljobs.com/jobs/8797-software-engineer-fronte...

Dollar Shave Club - Venice, Los Angeles, CA - https://www.dollarshaveclub.com

Dollar Shave Club is a men's lifestyle brand and e-commerce company that offers BS-free razor subscriptions and other bathroom products.

We are looking for smart, passionate, and dedicated individuals to join our amazing engineering team. We have to following open positions:

Full-Stack Developer

Android Engineer

Javascript Engineer (Ember.js)

Other open positions and contact info can be found at: https://www.dollarshaveclub.com/join-the-team

Please apply via email to: engineering-careers@dollarshaveclub.com

What about for design roles, just the careers@?

Tomologic (http://www.tomologic.com) - Stockholm, Sweden - Senior SaaS Platform Developer, Full Time

Tomologic offers a software solution that optimizes and automates the placement of parts on metal sheets in order to reduce waste in the sheet metal industry. We are a group of Ph.D.’s, engineers and developers working to solve a known but unsolved problem - a real-world implementation of the bin-packing challenge. We are a part of Industry 4.0 - the computerization of the manufacturing industry, aiming to save energy and minimize the environmental footprint.

Offering software as a service means we need to house large, self-healing computing clusters and keep them available at all times. We are looking for a Senior SaaS Platform Developer to be part of the team responsible for this task.


* Software development in a collaborative, agile environment * Extensive Python skills and at least one other language (Java, Scala etc) * Comfortable in a UNIX/Linux environment, using Bash and other GNU utils * IaaS, PaaS and/or aPaaS development (using tech such as AWS) * Virtualization and containers, such as Docker * Data management, SQL and/or NoSQL * Great curiosity, attention to detail and commitment to deliver * M.Sc. in computer science, software engineering or equivalent * English or Swedish skills

Nice to have

* DevOps (whatever it means to you) experience * Running and monitoring mission-critical Linux production servers * Configuration management frameworks (such as Puppet, Chef, SaltStack) * Network design, disaster recovery planning and storage technologies * Security hardening

Stockholm, Sweden, Full-time. Send your CV to jobs@tomologic.com

Neo Technology ( http://neo4j.com ) - Sweden, UK, Germany, San Mateo, and REMOTE.

Roles: Database Engineer, Pre-Sales Engineer, QA Engineer, Field Engineeer (+others)

We are the company behind the graph database Neo4j. Looking to hire 40 new people this year in all kinds of positions. Move to one of our offices, work from home, work from a co-working space, whatever you want. I promise it to be one of the best jobs you ever have, lots of freedom to do what you believe is right, very little corporate overhead. You will get to travel and meet interesting people solving real problems. If you like community building, evangelism, writing technical blog posts, then you get to do all that (if you want).

The company is run by Swedes. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8_7yPocGPg and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8_7yPocGPg for what that means.

FYI you posted the same video twice.

Blendle | Utrecht, Netherlands | Full time | Frontend/Backend/Operations/iOS/Android/Business

We build a paywall, a conversion tool and front-ends that result effectively in a portal that offers Pay-Per-Newspaper-Article. Currently we have almost 250.000 active accounts in the Netherlands alone. You can find a better explanation here: https://launch.blendle.com/ and the actual product is here: https://blendle.com. We use Ruby, Node.js, Redis, Elasticsearch, PostgreSQL, Ansible, Sinatra, Clojure, React and more Ruby. We're experimenting with Go, Elixir and Spark amongst others. All the jobs postings are in Dutch. They can be found here: http://jobs.blendle.nl. (Currently, Dutch is the main language in all communications. But we're willing to change our ways for the right person.)

TrackMaven | Software Engineer | Washington, DC (will help with relocation)

See our engineering blog at http://engineroom.trackmaven.com

TrackMaven enables marketers to identify new opportunities and track the success of their marketing strategies against their competition. Our engineers are responsible for a product that helps shape the marketing efforts of major brands from the NBA to NPR. As one of the first dozen members of our engineering team, you will have the opportunity to help define a new way to approach marketing!

We are always finding new ways to:

- Store incoming data from dozens of APIs while maintaining a fast customer experience

- Identify trending topics among millions of pieces of content using Elasticsearch and NLP

- Create awesome visualization tools around complex and highly diverse datasets

- Analyze everything from tweets to press releases to discover new marketing strategies

Python/Django, AngularJS, D3, Elasticsearch, AWS...

To apply: http://trackmaven.com/careers

SimplyCredit - Backend/Full-Stack Engineer - SF - Full Time

We are a VC-backed early stage fintech startup looking to fix lending.

We are looking for an experienced engineer eager for a defining role in building a company. As first engineer, you’ll get to call the shots on how to set up shop, help build out the team, guide product development, and write code that actually impacts people’s lives in a positive way. You’ll work directly with the founders and round out an early team with deep experience in data science, business development and consumer lending from their work at companies Kaggle and FICO. If you’re itching to build a new platform and want to make a mark on company culture, all while fixing consumer lending, then we’d love to hear from you!

Salary / Equity: $70K-$125K / 0.7%-3%

Apply telling us a little about yourself here - https://angel.co/simplycredit/jobs/58688-software-engineer

or email us at jobs@simplycredit.us

Linkurious SAS - http://linkurio.us - Paris, France

We are building a graph visualization platform for exploration and edition of graph data (on top of neo4j). We use NodeJS for the backend and AngularJS for the front-end.

You are a full-stack JavaScript engineer, join a small company located in the center of Paris, with a lot of growth and only 4 employees (3 engineers).

Our (Mostly out of date) jobs page: https://linkurio.us/jobs/

Front-End Engineer - Austin, TX

We're a 30-person, product-focused SaaS company helping schools and students manage the scholarship process.

We're looking for a second front-end engineer to work here in Austin with me. We'll be building new products and improving our design and front-end for our current application, future applications, and internal tooling. You'll work with a super sharp engineering team (8 of us) accomplishing disproportionately large goals.

After 3 years, our main product has hundreds of thousands of active users, and while our front-end is still very nice to work in, I think we have tons of room to improve our front-end process, performance, and mobile friendliness. Come help us make it so.

I've got a gist with even more details: https://gist.github.com/jpcody/f68727f9d6b2e5c86206

Give that a read, and if you email careers@academicworks.com, it'll get to me. Thanks!

LegitScript - Portland, OR and Dublin, Ireland

We make the online health product sector safer and more transparent for individuals and businesses. We analyze and report on rogue online pharmacies and dangerous health products. Our services include monitoring, investigative reports, online pharmacy certification, and health product classification. Our mission includes protecting consumers from fake cancer cures, cosmetics that contain mercury, "all natural" supplements that contain dangerous pharmaceuticals, and illegal online pharmacies that fake their certifications and sell prescription medications to anyone who asks. Our clients include Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Visa, Twitter and the FDA.

We have open positions for software developers in both Portland and Dublin, and are also looking for a full time DBA.


RAND Corporation | Santa Monica - D.C. - Pittsburgh - Boston | Research Software Engineer & Data Science Engineer

We are looking for eager, creative folks who partner well with PhD level researchers to create cool prototypes of research concepts.

We are the world’s leading public policy and decision making think tank. Read more about us here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAND_Corporation or here: http://bit.ly/1ImrPH8 or here: http://rand.org

You will work on project teams of research staff and domain experts and will often be the sole software engineer on the project. Our group functions a lot like an internal software development consultancy.

For Research Software Engineer position, technical needs will vary by project so you should be a well-rounded generalist able to develop solutions in MORE THAN ONE of the following application areas: web, mobile, desktop, visualization, database, modelling & simulation, machine learning, and statistical analysis.

For Data Science Engineer position, similar to above but with your well-roundedness being more in the neighborhood of visual analytics and Hadoop/Spark/”Big Data” type skills.

Don’t be scared! You don’t have to be wizard at all these. The researchers provide the depth, you just provide the breadth, creativity, and eagerness to learn.

Good work life balance compared to startups and mainstream tech companies. 20 days of vacation per year that you are incentivized to take! Respectable salaries despite being a non-profit. Relocation package negotiable.

Ready yet? Shoot me your resume at: dev.hiring@rand.org


Hey Chris,

Great to know Rand is hiring engineers!

I have worked with consulting engineers from Labor and Population department at RAND, and have visited HQ a few years ago. It is a great place to work!

I have a few questions about the position, could I send you email for inquiry? Thanks!

Please do! Just use the dev.hiring@rand.org address. It goes straight to me.

Weebly | SF, NYC, Scottsdale AZ

We are hiring for many positions, including all flavors of engineers (front-end, back-end, full-stack, iOS, Android, data engineering, data science), designers (UX and UI) and product (product manager and user researcher).

A couple unique things about us: W07 YC & Sequoia, cash flow positive since 2009, 33% of the US visits a Weebly site every month, culture of radical respect is incredibly important to us. Want to learn more?


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. Corporate site: http://www.industrydive.com/ Example news site: http://www.utilitydive.com/

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 INTERN: Our primary codebase is Python/Django, but prior Python experience is not a requirement. Interest or experience 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 (Apologies if you applied previously and haven't heard back from me, I've been backlogged. I will get to your email this week, but feel free to apply again.)

RealScout - Mountain View, CA - Full-time - Full-stack (Rails) & iOS engineers

Thousands of real estate agents have chosen RealScout to help convert $20 leads into $10,000 commission checks. We amass hundreds of data points on every single property, track buyer preferences and behavior, and expose analytics and insights to agents so they can appear super-human to their clients.


Earlier this year we inked our largest brokerage deal with Sereno Group at 250 seats and we’ll double our addressable market by end of year by moving into SoCal.


We're backed by Formation 8/Joe Lonsdale (co-founder of Palantir), DCM Ventures ($2.5B under management), Ken DeLeon (#1 Realtor in the US 2012) and Matthew Moore (former EVP at Realtor.com).

Along with our recent announcement of $6m in funding, we’ve attracted some amazing people:

* Duke Fan, former VP Product of Mobile at Realtor.com * Pierre Cadzilla, one of the first employees at Trulia * Betty Kayton, former CFO of Dropbox


We value continuous improvement and having fun. We have a small team focused on shipping great product and being the #1 engineering team in real estate.

We recently upped our game by spending 3 months at Pivotal Labs in SF and our team is cranking - from engineers to design to product. We also recently launched our engineering blog: http://eatcodeplay.com.


Feel free to email me at chris at realscout.com with any questions or to apply.

https://www.realscout.com/team http://eatcodeplay.com/careers

Haskell dev at Standard Chartered Bank , London UK

Strats team at Standard Chartered, London. A typed functional programming developer role on the trading floor. The role is highly development focused, and you will use Haskell for almost all tasks: data analysis, market data publishing, database access, web services, desktop GUIs, large parallel tasks, quantitative models, solvers, everything.

We have our own Haskell compiler, and many of the people involved in the development of Haskell.

Experience writing typed APIs to external systems such as databases, web services, pub/sub platforms is very desirable. The role requires physical presence on the trading floor in London. Remote work isn’t an option.


Try not to use the word '*emote' unless it's pertinent to the job posting. Some of us are looking to work from home, jobs and using the phrase makes it tough to scan through the results.

Clever (YC S12) - Full Stack Engineer - San Francisco

Right now the market for educational software is a mess. It’s incredibly difficult for developers to get their products into schools, and they have no information about the students who are using their software. On the schools’ side, large districts are spending tons of money on learning applications, but they have no way of knowing if students are even using the apps they’re purchasing. Teachers know there’s great software out there, but the challenge of getting 30 kids to log in correctly makes using it impossible.

At Clever, we’re working to change that. We provide schools with a free API and single sign-on solution that makes using educational apps a breeze. We’ve grown fast: after two and a half years, we’re moving data for a quarter of all K-12 students in America (15M kids), and 35,000 schools are using us to manage their education apps. Our goals are much bigger than that, though. We want to be two things: -a single place where schools can easily manage and analyze all the software they’re using, and -a single identity that students can use to see everything they’ve learned across multiple apps.

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)

-big responsibilities (there are 700,000 students on the platform per engineer here)

-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.

Tempo Automation -- San Francisco, CA


Front End / Back End

No one went to engineering school to write boring e-commerce websites. Come help Tempo Automation build the future of manufacturing robots. We are hiring engineers number four and five as front end and back end developers. These two engineers will assist us in building robot infrastructure and putting a user interface on the robot. No robotics skills are required. Candidates should roughly have the following skills:

* College degree in CS/CE/EE or equivalent experience.

* Good python back-end chops -OR- decent front end JS skills.

* Flexible software generalists are our preferred applicants.

* We're a Linux shop, so candidates must be able to navigate a command line.

* Experience with MongoDB, OpenCV, iPython, Pandas, Numpy, and similar packages are a big plus.

Please send a resume and a portfolio of past work to katherine[at]tempoautomation.com.

Visidraft (www.visidraft.com) is hiring REMOTE, Washington D.C. area:

- OpenGL developers (Experience with screen space ambient occlusion (SSAO) or Horizon based ambient occlusion (HBAO))

- Computer Vision developers (Focus on SLAM)

- Full stack developers

We aim to own the Augmented Reality 3D CAD visualization, collaboration and Augmented Reality market by 2017. Our current market is Architects, Engineers and Construction workers (AEC) who use CAD.

Stack: C++, OpenGL, Objective C, Angular, C#, Jade, Less, SQL Server, AWS

We are 100% remote

Open to worldwide developers

Competitive pay

Minimum vacation (At least 10 days with no maximum)

Equity grants are similar to ESOP for full time employees which means you own the shares outright and will not have to come up with a bunch of money to exercise. We have a 5 year exercise window.

Treat you like an adult. Which means we also expect excellent communication because nobody is going to hold your hand.

Send me an email to apply: Andrew@visidraft.com

Naked Apartments

Full Stack Rails Engineer | REMOTE | Full Time

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...

Codeship - Senior Engineer, Full Time, Boston, Vienna or remote in Europe

Codeship is a continuous delivery service. We're running tests and deployments for thousands of teams and are growing quickly. We're currently a team of 18 and have more than doubled over the last 6 months.

As a developer tools startup we're putting a lot of effort into a great workflow with testing, code reviews and obviously continuous delivery. We've written a lot about that on our blog at http://blog.codeship.com

You can read more here: https://codeship.com/jobs

Codeship are a great team, building an awesome product. I've been their customer for literal years now and it's remarkable how they've continued to grow. Highly recommended.

I have recently taken up a role to build a payment network from scratch, out of Bangalore, India.

It is funded by a big corporation, but will be arms-distance from their central business.

It is a large, complex and fascinating problem to crack. The potential to bring banking to 600 million un/underbanked Indians is what excited me to work on this.

In the past I have built both fast-data and big-data companies and have a few patents in this space.

We are looking to hire a good core team of full time math, physics and CS majors, who will work of Bangalore, India.

If you are interested, please email me at google's email service - takenottie. Thanks for reading.

Endgame https://www.endgame.com - San Francisco | Washington DC (NOVA) | Flexibility to work remote

We are delivering the next generation of Security Intelligence & Analytics.

Open positions: - Data Scientist - Python Developers - Quality Assurance

Lots of other positions available too! https://www.endgame.com/careers/ Shoot me your resume and position you're interested in jbrown[at]endgame.com or have any other questions.

You forgot craft beer & ping pong in the office, plus annual conference budgets!

Are all positions flexible to work remote?

Unata (Toronto) - Full-time Unata (unata.com) is a VC-backed, Toronto-based startup in the enterprise retail space. We are building the retail experience of the future. We work with large retailers to power their digital experiences, while personalizing each shopper’s content and offers based on their purchase history. We’re connecting the physical shopping experience with the best of the digital world. We are growing fast and need to scale our core product team. We are looking for the roles below. Current stack Backend: Python (Flask, SQLAlchemy, Celery, Numpy, Pandas), PostgreSQL, Cassandra, Jenkins CI, Redis, Memcached, CentOS Frontend (including Mobile): Angular.js, Sass, Grunt - Back-end developer - Python experience, intermediate/sr, understanding of service-oriented architectures (more info > bit.ly/1ExBxbe) - Data Science developer - Application development experience, machine learning knowledge & experience, , (more info > bit.ly/1ExBD2l) - QA developer - Test automation, development experince, process minded, familiarity with CI systems like Jenkins, (more info > bit.ly/1ExBCLR) Why you should work for us: - Competitive compensation and stock options, comprehensive health benefits, flexible paid vacation - Relaxed work environment in downtown Toronto (King & Bathurst), Work-from-home-Wednesdays, fun company activities - Opportunity to make a big impact in digital retail! Your work will be seen and used by millions of retail customers!

Facebook - iOS Software Engineer - New York, NY - Full Time - No Remote

Every month, more than 680 million people around the world access Facebook through their mobile devices. As a leader in the mobile space, we constantly push the boundaries of what is possible in this fast-paced industry that is evolving daily. Facebook is seeking full-time iOS Engineers to join teams across the engineering organization to help take our iOS products to the next level. As an iOS Software Engineer, you will specialize in building elegant products on world-class technologies that bring the Facebook experience to hundreds of millions of people- anytime and anywhere.

We are looking for self-starting engineers with strong experience developing sophisticated applications on the iPhone or iPad using the iOS SDK. If you are interested in joining a team of passionate, extremely talented industry veterans in the mobile space, who like to work hard and play hard, we look forward to hearing from you soon!

Relocation within the US is provided. If outside of the US and an H1B visa is required, we will conduct interviews in September 2015.

Have a look at the job req and apply if interested:

iOS Software Engineer: https://www.facebook.com/careers/department?dept=grad&req=a0...


I'm at the max number allowed applications for Facebook careers because of applications I put in more than a year ago when I was looking for internships. Is there an email I could send my resume to?

Wow, no love for assembly/assembler yet? Enjoy:

Raytheon SI could be the place for you. We are hiring technical staff at all levels, from INTERN (hurry, the competition is fierce) to people with decades of experience. We hire doctorates (PhD), but don't actually require any degree at all. Desired skills relate to reverse engineering, disassembly, emulators, JIT, hypervisors, security vulnerability research, compilers, binary static analysis, formal methods, malware, hacking, boot loaders, x86, PowerPC/PPC, MIPS, ARM, IDA Pro, kernels, constraint solvers, drivers, and embedded systems.

SI is mainly in Florida (Indialantic), Maryland, Virginia, and Texas (Austin, San Antonio). It's a place with extreme flex time, T-shirts and jeans (or shorts even), normally 40-hour weeks with the option for paid overtime if you want it, your choice of desktop OS, real walls (most locations), and lots of mischievous bright nerds with maker attitude. We get you a security clearance, so US citizenship is required.

To apply, go to https://rtnsi.theresumator.com/ and select one of the following job titles:

  * Software Engineer / CNO Developer
  * Static Analysis Research Engineer
  * Vulnerability Researcher / CNO Analyst
(note: the "Melbourne" location is actually Indialantic, where you can get a house within a mile of the beach for 5 figures)

Mutually Human - Grand Rapids, MI and Columbus, OH (on-site, full time)

We're always looking for developers, but we're especially looking for a senior designer to join our team right now.

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 specific set of technologies, which is a great
    opportunity to learn. In the past two years, I've worked with Python, iOS,
    Angular.js, CoffeeScript, QT, Node, Ruby, Rails, and more.

  - We're agile, but not dogmatic about it. Our process evolves to suit our needs.
    We pair when it makes sense.

  - We practice a sustainable pace. Late nights and > 40 hour weeks are
    rare by design. For example. last year I worked an average of 40.408 hours per

  - We run a makerspace in our building (www.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 experience with a variety of technologies.

  - You learn new stuff quickly. You’ve used a lot of technologies, but you’re not
    afraid to use more.

  - 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/

# Caremondo (Munich, Germany) ## Full-stack web developer

We are a young ambitious healthcare startup that aims to make the healthcare market simpler and more open, and to empower people worldwide to better manage their health.

## Role Responsibilities: - Rapidly design, build and maintain robust and scalable web applications with strong security in mind - Participate in new product design, application stack decisions, wire-framing and scaling requirements - Write and maintain tests to improve software quality - Automate recurring tasks, help us simplify operations - Optimize and expand continuous deployment on cloud servers.

## Required skills: - Development experience in Python and Django/Flask, or extensive experience with other stacks, e.g. PHP/Grails/ROR. Bonus if you have (Postgre/My)SQL experience - Knowledge of server management (deployment, monitoring, optimizing, etc.) a plus - Good sense for design, usability and user experience - Independent and reliable takeover of projects and tasks - BS/MS in Computer Science or equivalent experience

Since we are a multi-national team no German skills are required. But we'll help you learn if you want to!

## We offer: - Work in a small, autonomous team with high degree of creative freedom - Competitive salary - 26 vacation days plus 13 Bavarian holidays

Please send your application to: danial.taherzadeh/at/caremondo.com

ps. interns/students are also welcome to apply.

In Munich, 30 days of vacation is meanwhile already quite normal. Why do you offer 26 only?

Wait, there are places in the world that get more than two weeks of vacation?! :)

Four weeks during summer, one week for Easter, two more weeks for Christmas and new year. This should be norm.

hey do you sponsor visa

Placemeter – New York, NY or Paris, France – Computer Vision Engineers FULL TIME

APPLY HERE: http://grnh.se/1yvxfb

We are looking for computer vision engineers from entry level to experienced level, to extend, develop, and maintain our algorithm stack.

  + You will design the next generation of computer vision algorithms
    to extract more from our video feeds.
  + You will use and master the tools to build, 
    optimize and deeply understand these algorithms and scale them.
  + You will design and maintain the quality assessment tools 
    required to make sure our algorithms perform well in all cases
We use computer vision at a massive scale, on a large number of rich and ubiquitous video feeds, to understand what is going in in the physical world in real time. We measure how busy places are, what people do, how fast cars go, and much more. We offer that data to developers, citizens, cities, and retailers, radically changing the way they interact with the physical world.


Placemeter uses computer vision algorithms to create a real time data layer about places, streets, and neighborhoods. Placemeter’s technology gives businesses, cities, and people the ability to take a place’s pulse.

APPLY HERE: http://grnh.se/1yvxfb

Zenefits - https://www.zenefits.com - San Francisco, CA and Vancouver, BC

Full stack developers, VISA

Zenefits is the fastest growing SaaS company in history. We are looking for engineers who can take a concept from inception to market. The process is extremely autonomous, with little to no, management. You are the PM, tester & developer, building full-stack, who coordinates with our in-house designers.

We also need someone who is excited to innovate an archaic industry.

I think you might have some SSL config issues. I get the following message on Chrome:

The server could not prove that it is www.zenefits.com; its security certificate is from *.cloudfront.net. This may be caused by a misconfiguration or an attacker intercepting your connection.

The jobs page is also having a redirect loop. Is this something that you setup to test applicants?

Blend Labs - https://blendlabs.com - San Francisco, CA - Hiring: Software Engineers, Data Engineer, UI/UX Designer, Visual Designer

Blend Labs is fixing the buying experience for one of the most important purchases people make - their home. Home lending is a $10 trillion vertical that hasn’t kept pace with technology, so we’re bringing banks and their customers the consumer-grade tools they deserve.

At Blend, top engineers and designers from Palantir, Google, Stanford, and Caltech have joined forces with industry experts to disrupt the archaic systems in use today. We're founded by former Palantir engineers and backed by Peter Thiel, Andreessen Horowitz, and other prominent investors.

We're a team of 36 and growing quickly. We care about helping people be productive, set a high bar for success, and focus on building a product with far-reaching impact. Of course, we also like to balance intense sprints with ping pong and scotch. We love sharing meals, brewing our own coffee, and working in our light and airy industrial office — along with dogs, motorcycles, and our eclectic mid-Market neighbors.

For more information, visit https://blendlabs.com/jobs/

Feel free to reach out with any questions - sarah@blendlabs.com

Full-time, remote within US/Western Europe.

The Ksplice group at Oracle develops exciting technology to patch the Linux kernel whilst it is running, eliminating unplanned downtime for systems running Oracle Linux and keeping up-to-date with known security fixes.

We're a distributed team of 12 engineers working to provide rebootless updates for all of our supported kernels, supporting new OS releases and automating our workflow.

We're looking for a systems engineer to help us further eliminate unplanned reboots for Oracle Linux customers. The job role involves enhancing the Ksplice tools and core, analyzing security vulnerabilities, transforming patches into rebootless updates, and building new infrastructure to make security fixes available to customers as soon as possible.

Required skills include:

- Expert level C/C++ programming - Understanding of security issues and defences in compiled languages - Strong experience with a modern scripting language, Python preferred - Strong understanding of Linux systems - Excellent problem solving and debugging skills - Experience with the git version control system

More information about Ksplice is available at http://ksplice.oracle.com/ and you can contact me by email at jamie.iles@oracle.com if you have any questions. Oracle is an equal opportunity employer.

GlobalSign is looking for Mid level to Sr Backend Software Developers located in Boston, MA - Portsmouth, NH - or Maidstone, UK

GlobalSign (www.globalsign.com) - one of the Internet’s original Certificate Authorities. Over the years we have issued millions of trusted Digital Certificates to people, servers and mobile devices for Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) enabled solutions and applications. Our identity and access management portfolio includes access control, single sign-on (SSO), federation and delegation services to help organizations and service providers create new business models for customer and partner interactions.

We operate in small teams - tightly integrated with product management. In these development roles, you'll be working to build out new products and services to expand our PKI services portfolio. We're looking for individuals with solid fundamentals - exposure to lower level coding like C/C++ is important - but also looking for those who have skills to build scalable systems in higher level languages. Interest / experience in internet security is a huge plus as well. For more info, please see the postings here (note, the posting only mentions Portsmouth, but we're looking for roles in Boston and Maidstone as well):


Any questions you can email me at lancen.lachance at globalsign.com

VCE -- http://vce.com Richardson, TX USA / Durham, NC USA / Marlborough, MA USA / Las Vegas, NV USA / Santa Clara, CA USA

VCE seeks to simplify the data center experience for Enterprise and Service Providers globally. VCE is an EMC Federation Company with investments from Cisco and VMware. VCE recently surpassed a $2B annualized demand run-rate and a seventh consecutive quarter of greater than 50% year-over-year demand growth.

Do you want to ride the rocket ship and work on interesting things?

Go here: http://UnicornJockey.com

Keyword soup: analysis, design and development of service based components using React, Angular, Dojo, SOAP, WSDL, RESTful, using XML/JSON standards; performing front-end development using JavaScript, JQuery and AJAX; in performing back-end development using SQL, PL/SQL and stored procedures in Oracle; in Java/J2EE, JPT (Java Performance Tuning) technologies and ORM frameworks including iBatis, Hibernate, JPA, Struts, Spring and Spring AOP/MVC; in using Web and Application Servers including WebSphere and Tomcat; and in performing, building and deploying software components using Jenkins, Maven; experience living the dream with OpenStack, CoreOS, Docker, combinatorial optimization, VMI algo, Data Center Infrastructure Management, OASIS SCA, TOSCA, DMTF OVF, CIM, CIMI, OCP, OGF OCCI, ODCA PEAT, unicorns, turtles, rainbows, sentient cheese wheels, self lubricating sea slugs, etc...

can you talk about the sentient cheese wheels in more detail?

Yes, but you have to sign an NDA.

(Neufchatel Dauphin Azeitao)

Replying so I can find and follow up later :)

Coho Data (http://www.cohodata.com) - { Vancouver, BC, Canada | Cambridge, UK | Bangalore, India }

We are growing a great deal!

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 Hackers (C, git, python, bash) - Software Engineers 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 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/coho-data and you can apply by email to: jobs@cohodata.com

Ruby on Rails Developer

U.S. only - remote available depending on experience)

20spokes - Chicago,IL

Who we are

20spokes is a small and growing web development agency in Chicago. We work with a large variety of clients, from launching a new web app to expanding an existing business with a new mobile app. We're looking for #4 to join our team and help us to continue to grow!

Who we want to hire

A talented full stack Ruby developer who wants to help us build great projects.

- 2-5 years of experience as a mid to senior level engineer. - Ability to develop a feature from a concept - Understanding and experience with other web technologies such as Sass, Javascript, Rails, Postgres, React, Backbone - Team player who is respectful and looking to contribute - Pragmatic in making decisions - Passionate about learning and enthusiastic to share with the rest of the team

Why should you work with us There's a ton of great places for developers but we stand out as the little shop with great ideas. You'll have the opportunity to directly impact 20spokes. We're small with you joining as #4. Fridays are open days to contribute to our own products that are in use now, work on open source, write a blog, and more. We invest in the people who join us. Your time is also very important to us. We don't want our team to be in the office late at night but out enjoying their lives.


SUSE Linux - https://www.suse.com/company/careers/

79 open positions, mostly Nuremberg, Germany and Prague, Czech Republic. Company helps with VISA process and relocation.

I hope our products don't need any special introduction for HN readers.

In Engineering we mostly need QA engineers, Linux kernel developers and cloud specialists.

There are also quite some Sales and management positions, scattered all around the globe.

Hi, I applied for Linux Kernel developers jobs some months ago, and have never gotten any response from Suse. Am I doing something wrong? I applied using the job platform in the Suse web site. By the way, does any position accept working remotely?


Hello, rapphil.

Can you please send me some details to kpimenov@suse.com?

I'm an engineer here, not HR, but let's at least find out what went wrong in your case.

Hi. I've sent you an e-mail, can you confirm that you received it? Regards,

Hi. Yes, I've received and forwarded your email; hope it won't get lost this time.

There are some positions listed as remote such as:

SUSE Cloud Developer (2014431) remote, , Germany

Does this mean it's remote but only for people living in Germany?

It means remote or Germany. Whether a candidate is hired remotely depends a lot on the candidate, the timezone, his experience, and the position itself.

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.

ShareLaTeX.com / getdatajoy.com - Remote only - Flexible working - Open Source

We are looking to grow our tech team, we are ideally looking for someone who likes to work in the front end. But if you like what we are doing then please do get in touch as we will consider all sort of technical people.

We focus on making great tools for scientists, our established product is ShareLaTeX which is used by thousands of academics every day to write their LaTeX papers. Our new product getdatajoy.com is aiming to make scientific programming easier and more accessible for scientists.

We are profitable and bootstrapped, you will be the 4th full time tech member of the team. The entire team is currently based in the UK but we are open to people being based anywhere. We are fully distributed so being remote is the only option, the hours are also very flexible, if you want todo a reduce week to look after your kids etc that is not a problem.

You will be mainly working on open source code as well - https://github.com/sharelatex/sharelatex our stack is node/redis/mongo/angular/coffeescript/less

Get in touch with me at team@sharelatex.com

Help.com - Software Engineer (Full Stack, Frontend, and Backend) - Austin, TX

Help.com is building the next generation of customer service software, backed by $6 million in funding. We're looking for software engineers with a few years of work experience to join our small-but-growing team at our downtown Austin office and work together to get our initial web application into the hands of an eager market.

We are hiring full stack software engineers, a senior frontend engineer, a backend engineer (Java), and a Director/VP of Engineering to join our engineering team of 6.

We are predominately in the JavaScript/Node.js ecosystem, but have developed a microservice architecture that gives us immense flexibility in our choice of languages and tools. (We've authored code in JavaScript, Java, and even Haskell.) The engineers on the team make technical decisions and have full authority and responsibility for their work. It's collaborative and challenging, and it's been very rewarding.

In addition to competitive salary, comprehensive health benefits, and equity in an early-stage startup, you will have the opportunity to make an impactful contribution to both the product and the team. You will also get to work with some multi-talented and friendly folks who come from diverse backgrounds and experiences. We're learning a lot from each other.

Email douglas.hanna at help.com with any questions (or just to say hello). Job listings and application information can be found here: https://jobs.lever.co/help.com

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 due to 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 stephen@claralabs.com if you have any questions!

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


ActX, Inc. is an exciting Seattle start-up building highly scalable, reliable systems running in a secure cloud. We are seeking a full time System Administrator who is experienced with Amazon AWS and Linux. Our unique Devops environment employs innovative new processes that assist everyone's productivity. Join our team today!

Required skills: • Bachelors Degree in a related field • 2+ years of Linux experience -- must be fluent with administration and troubleshooting of Linux systems and networks • 2+ years experience as a System Administrator managing a 24x7 web service infrastructure, including at least 1 year for a system hosted on Amazon AWS or other similar cloud-based system • Automation experience in scripting languages • Demonstrated experience with configuration platforms, preferably Chef • Availability to work extended hours and on-call support, as needed to maintain a 24x7 environment • Excellent communication and documentation skills • Strong problem-solving and troubleshooting skills; ability to “own” an issue and follow it through to resolution • Positive “can do” attitude that fosters productivity in a team setting

Desired skills: • Experience with Ruby • Experience with Development tools such as Git

This is a full time position offering a competitive compensation package, including medical/dental/vision insurance, paid vacation and sick leave, 401(k), pre-tax commuter plan, and stock options!

If you live in the greater Seattle area and you meet the above criteria, email your cover letter & resume to: JOBS@ACTX.COM.

Avant (fmrly DebtEye YC S2011) | Los Angeles, Chicago | Backend, Frontend, Mobile, Analytics/Machine Learning | Full-Time

Ruby, R, Python, Redshift, Postgres, Scala

Avant Credit Corp ('Avant') is a fast-growing startup that offers tremendous advancement opportunities to its employees. Since its launch in December 2012, Avant, a consumer finance company, has changed the way customers borrow money -- providing them with a new and unique online experience. Avant uses state-of-the-art analytics methods in order to offer its lowest possible interest rates to the widest range of customers. Since inception, Avant has secured over $300 million in equity financing and over $700 million in debt financing to continue to grow at an exponential pace. Previously, Avant's founders created the leading international online short-term lender currently employing over 1,000 individuals and generating over $700 million in annual revenue. Avant’s founders have also launched an innovative real estate investment trust that provides affordable housing options in Chicago, Indianapolis and Baltimore with over 10,000 apartments owned and managed.

Please apply at https://www.avant.com/jobs

I love the new shorter domain and name.

Atomic Object - Detroit, MI - Ann Arbor, MI - Grand Rapids, MI Developers and Designers - Full Time, on-site

We are a custom software design and development consultancy. We do a full range of development from high level design prototypes, down to low level firmware on embedded devices and everything in between. Want an idea of the work we do and the technology we work with? Check out our blog: our blog: https://spin.atomicobject.com/

Being an Atom: Atomic doesn't ask that you know a certain language or use a certain process. But we are looking for a certain kind of person—someone who embodies our culture and values.

Atoms give a shit about their work, their teammates, and their clients. We pull together. Atoms are generalists who enjoy learning and doing new things. Atoms are great communicators, able to work effectively one-on-one with clients and users. Atoms are product developers, working on poly-skilled teams to create the most valuable product possible with the client's budget.

Interested in applying? Check out our careers page: https://atomicobject.com/careers

Hi Hacker News, I'm Colin, CEO of http://Customer.io.

We're hiring for a few different roles:

Head of Product (Remote) http://grnh.se/crqpm0

Scaling Engineer (Remote) http://grnh.se/1ia7yk

Front End Engineer - Ember.js (Remote) http://grnh.se/2ckgoy

Account Exec for New Business (Portland) http://grnh.se/g7tqpw

About Customer.io

Customer.io is a messaging platform that helps companies communicate better with their users. Developers do a simple integration that allows marketers to send email messages based on what people do or don't do in a web or mobile app. Our customers include DigitalOcean, Shutterstock, Olark and over 580 others.

The company started in NYC in 2012 and moved headquarters to Portland, OR last August. We're a geographically distributed team of 13 people.

If any of the positions seem interesting, please apply through the site. If you have any questions, you can always reach out - colin at customer dot io.

The tracking lets us know that someone who applied came from Hacker News. Ultimately it's no big deal if you don't want us to know that. It just means we're in the dark about where good people come from.

I think most people wouldn't object to telling you, if you ask.

Thanks! I prefer to keep it weird, anonymously

Aspect Security - Application Penetration Testers


We're looking for people with application security skills to join our team. If you've been doing security for a while, or you're a developer with good security fundamentals looking to make the switch, this might be the job for you. We specialize in application security: websites, thick clients, and mobile. We've been around since 2002, and our founders are some of the guys behind the OWASP top 10. We work on a lot of cool technology for major clients in the financial, healthcare, government sectors, as well as others.

We're especially interested in people out of DC, NY, San Francisco, and Chicago, but fully remote is an option as well (a lot of our current engineers are fully remote) but must be able to permanently work in the US

the listing is here: http://www.aspectsecurity.com/application-security-engineer-...

if you have questions (I'm an engineer, not a hiring manager) you can email me at bill.lummis and the domain is aspectsecurity.com

Typeform - Barcelona, Spain (full time positions on site)

We are a startup located in sunny Barcelona, looking for more people to expand our wonderful team. We are looking for people filling multiple positions, some of them are backend/frontend developers, content managers and QA engineers and more!

We are working on making forms easy and enjoyable to fill out. We already got what we need to grow the team, now we just need the right people.

You can see at a glance on what we are working on from our website but don't be afraid to ask if you have any questions. See it here: http://www.typeform.com/

Some of the things we are working on this very moment:

* Building a new API with Lotus (framework in Ruby) for creating forms dynamically

* Taking existing parts out of the system to be able to scale them independently

* Making the infrastructure more fault tolerant

If you are interested in working with any of these or just came up with some other ideas that you think would make filling out forms more awesome, don't hesitate to fill out the following form to apply: https://typeform.com/jobs

My personal email if you have any questions is victor@typeform.com

Charlie App | Chicago, IL | charlieapp.com

* Jr. Software Engineer - STARTING SEPT 2015

Before any meeting, Charlie automatically researches the people you’re about to meet with. Our users love us and we spread fast in every company that uses Charlie. We’ve raised $1.8M (http://bit.ly/charlie-techcrunch) and are looking for talented developers to join our team.

We get to work on really challenging problems (how do you distill someone down to one page?) We’ve built Charlie on Ruby on Rails, MongoDB, Redis, Sidekiq, RSpec, Capybara, and it lives on an elastic server farm. We iterate fast, practice continuous delivery, we’re process-driven, and very test-focused. We're a small dev that loves to code, and constantly pushes each other, and learns from each other. We have fun and get weird.

We’re looking for passionate, self-motivated software engineers who want to make an impact on an early-stage company (Ruby, iOS, and front-end). If this sounds like you, drop us a line and let’s talk!

Apply Interested? Apply here: https://charlieapp.com/jobs

YesGraph http://yesgraph.com - Full Time, local to Bay Area

Email me: ivan@yesgraph.com

YesGraph solves an existential problem for companies: growth. We use machine learning to do social graph analysis. We can rank a users contacts to recommend who a user should invite. This boosts invites and referrals and helps companies grow.

We're a small team of 4, mainly engineering. We're hiring a Product Manager and 2 engineers.

I was growth lead at Dropbox as a PM, so I know that job well. We're hiring one because I want to focus more on sales and marketing. We're a developer facing service, so if you know how to code you know our audience.

For engineering, we have openings for mobile development and machine learning. Depending on your experience, you can lead our data team. For mobile, we're building drop-in share flows that will immediately be used by millions of people.

More about us here: http://techcrunch.com/2015/02/27/yc-backed-yesgraph-raises-a...

Email me: ivan@yesgraph.com

BoomTown | Atlanta, GA | Lead iOS engineer

We’re BoomTown: a successful web real estate CRM platform that is building its mobile experience from scratch. We are looking for a lead for a team working in Swift, using ReactiveCocoa and all the latest APIs to create outstanding mobile apps.

The design team is taking the time to perfect the user experience and is providing us with carefully crafted designs — it’ll be up to you to lead the team that implements them with the best solutions available. Is it AsyncDisplayKit? The Pop animation framework? Is it your own hand-rolled solution? Up to you. If we bring you on, it’s because we trust you to make the decisions. And of course, you’ll be interacting with the product manager and designers to shape the applications themselves.

We offer full benefits, and a location in Atlanta, the metropolis of the South. Find us at:

Company site: http://www.boomtownroi.com

Job posting: http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?c=q81aVfwY&...

InQuicker - Remote (Canada/US) or in office (Nashville, TN) Seeking: Full time Ruby developers, front-end developers, and UX designers

We are on a mission to break down the barriers and inefficiencies that separate people from the healthcare they need. Our market-leading online scheduling system is used to improve patient’s access to health care in hundreds of hospitals and other healthcare facilities around the United States.

We have an inclusive culture with competitive compensation, we focus on results and have good work/life balance, and are dedicated to making a positive impact on how health care is accessed.

We are growing and are looking for people to help with UX/design, front end development, and backend development. We are looking for experienced people who are self-motivated, opinionated, and interested in both learning from and teaching their peers.

If this sounds like it might be for you, check us out at http://inquicker.com - and then email jerrett@inquicker.com. Let me know who you are, why you want to work with us, why I should hire you, what you are looking for in a job, and what questions you might have for us.



Design professional with years of experience and curiosity to learn new technologies and trends. Visualize the users' needs and build interfaces to improve user productivity, discoverability, and simplicity.

Showcase - http://www.behance.net/rebirthpixel - http://dribbble.com/rebirthpixel

More Work - https://www.dropbox.com/s/7mj0xo7p34gzgqm/Work%20-%20Showcas...

Specialties » User Interface Design » iOS & Android App Design » Web Design & Front-end Technologies » Wireframing » Prototyping » Brand Identity & Visual Design

We can collaborate good work for sure if we go ahead. Thanking you for your consideration and forthcoming response.

Best, Tejas

Button | NYC | Full time | H1B - yes | Remote - no

Roles: Front-end, Back-end, SRE

I've been a Back-end engineer at Button for 1.5 months and it's the best job I've ever had.

Some specifics:

- a monetizable product that I can get behind

- an amazing team of 16 intelligent, friendly, and experienced individuals across all parts of the organization

- a slew of fun engineering challenges

- a focus on delivering excellence in everything we do

- a team where everyone is deeply committed to making the best product, company, and lives for all of us

- a culture focused around questioning everything

At Button, we think unlocking the interconnection of mobile apps through deep linking is the next big step in the evolution of apps. Deep linking is critical on the web, so why does it barely exist on our mobile apps? Button is focused on tackling this issue, so that your app experience isn’t on-par with the web, but better! Watch our demo video on http://www.usebutton.com/ to learn more.

If any of this resonates with you we’d love to hear from you, so please apply at http://www.usebutton.com/join-us or drop us a line at recruiting@usebutton.com.

Does that demo video have sound? Can't seem to click the unmute (even in fullscreen). Chrome+Mac

Pixterity - http://pixterity.com/ - San Francisco/Palo Alto, CA

Role(s): Design INTERN | FOUNDER/CTO (3rd founding member)

We are a Stanford-StartX accelerated startup disrupting the professional photography and stock photo industry.

ALL PHOTO ASSIGNMENTS ARE OFFLINE—on paper, over the phone, very 1985. $6.5 billion in sales from jobs commissioned each year by ad agencies, corporate marketers, editorial media, and SMBs is fragmented amongst tens of thousands of freelance pro photographers.

We turn Assignments into Stock Photos, consolidating the Stock Photo + Photo Assignment segments on one platform.

We're looking for a UI design intern and a 3rd technical founder. Our stack is Rails/Postgres/JS and heavily utilizes AWS.

Shoot me an email at mb@pixterity.com if interested or apply on AngelList.



Forage (https://www.forage.co) - Full-time - San Francisco, CA

Forage makes it easy to cook dinner in 20 minutes or less. We're a fast growing company (We were a team of 4 people at the end of last year. We're now over 25, and just getting started). We're hiring front and backend developers as well as designers and other roles. We're looking for people who are passionate about our vision of improving the food system and reducing food waste, all while enjoying delicious food while doing so. We're repeat entrepreneurs and are backed by Ev Williams, Chris Sacca & Hass Hassan (board member at Whole Foods).

You'll have a chance to work on interesting technical challenges that have a highly tangible impact on a physical product. We're particularly interested in exceptionally strong frontend developers with Angular experience and backend developers who're good with Postgres.

Learn more at https://www.forage.co/company/jobs or send us a note at jobs@forage.co.

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.

Human API - Redwood City, CA & Vancouver, BC http://humanapi.co/

== What you will build ==

Human API is the easiest way to integrate health data from anywhere. Users can now securely share their health data with any application or system, regardless of how that data was recorded, processed or stored. As an engineer on our team, you'll tackle the challenges that arise as we build a large-scale system for data processing and distribution.

== About us ===

We're a small, product-centric team focused on opening the world of health data. For us, life is all about moving fast, crushing hard problems, and enjoying the journey. Our investors include a16z, Eric Schmidt, Blue Run Ventures, Max Levchin, Scott Banister, and Alex Payne.

== Open roles ==

You can read more about the Dev Ops, Full Stack, Front-End, Technical AM, Sales, and Marketing roles here: http://humanapi.co/company/join We'd love to hear from you even if you don't "fit" one of the job specs -- we hire for people not roles. andrei@humanapi.co

PagerDuty - San Francisco, CA and Toronto, ON

If you're looking for a start up that's growing quickly solving a real problem rather than selling ads, we're making the process of fixing technology problems better.

We're well-funded and growing like crazy, and currently hiring for engineering (all levels, in San Francisco and Toronto), sales, product, marketing, and everything else. A few highlights:

* Principal data engineer: a Cassandra / distributed systems expert who can help us scale and maximize its reliability (SF or TO)

* Principal security engineer: lead and build our security vision and roadmap (SF or TO)

* Applications / realtime engineering (all levels): join our cross-functional teams in SF or Toronto, ship value, have fun.

* Director of UX: lead and build our UX team (SF). We're also hiring for standard user experience designers.

* Sales (all roles, entry level to senior) (SF)

You'll find them all here: http://www.pagerduty.com/company/work-with-us/

If anything in particular interests you, feel free to email me if you'd like to chat more: dshack@pagerduty.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 diverse backgrounds.

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

Localytics - Boston, MA - FULL-TIME, INTERN, H1B

Localytics is hiring engineerings to work on:

  - Delivery and Internal Tools
  - Technical Operations
  - Data platform technologies
  - Microservices on Play in Scala
  - Data visualizations with D3.js
  - iOS, Android, JavaScript
  - Ruby on Rails
About Localytics:

* We provide app analytics and app marketing services for thousands of apps on over two billion devices

* We are one of the fastest growing companies in Boston and were recently named one of the top places to work by The Boston Globe.

* We are passionate about and have deep expertise in the technologies we work with including: Rails, AngularJS, D3.js, Scala, iOS, Android, Mapreduce, MongoDB, DynamoDB, Memcache, Redis, Column Store Databases, AWS: DynamoDB, S3, SQS, EMR, ElasticCache and EC2.

* We are one of the largest Scala shops in Boston and have a passion for functional programming. Many folks here who are in the credits for the FP in Scala book.

Check out our engineering blog: http://eng.localytics.com/

Candidates of all experience levels encouraged to connect with us: jobs@localytics.com

Apiary (http://apiary.io) - FULL TIME - San Fransisco, CA or Prague, Czech Republic

TECHNOLOGY: Node.js, Backbone, Coffeescript

Visit https://apiary.io/company#jobs for more details on the jobs.


Fullstack Developer (Core Application Team)


As a member of the Application team, you are going to be responsible for crafting, delivering and maintaining the main apiary.io application (including the Apiary for Teams feature set).

In this vertical team, you are going to collaborate with your fellow team members on providing the best tooling and platform for designing, developing, and maintaining APIs worldwide.

Building great APIs is all about effective collaboration, be the one building the tools (teams, managing a team, user roles, access control, ...).

You'll be developing one of the most-used API Documentation worldwide. Documentation including interactive Console, documentation that has to run smoothly on mobile and touch-based devices, has to support plenty of customization options, and on top of that has to be super fast.

Don't forget about Mock Server and Debugging Proxy. Mock Server is all about speed and pairing responses defined in an API blueprint (choosing what response is the best fit). Debugging Proxy is a tough one. (...). Don't leave out payments (trials, subscriptions, ...).

You'll be responsible for the most visible part of our product suite that defines how Apiary is perceived.

Uptake (uptake.com) - Chicago, IL What we do:

Uptake's business is global, disruptive, differentiated and approaches the market in a new way. We help customers identify hidden value and create growth through business and technology innovation, while also enabling cost efficiencies that generate industry-leading business performance. Our team drives this success by connecting customers and partners to the value of the Internet of Things, business-centric architectures, and key technology transitions.

Uptake's business is global, disruptive, differentiated and approaches the market in a new way. We help customers identify hidden value and create growth through business and technology innovation, while also enabling cost efficiencies that generate industry-leading business performance. Our team drives this success by connecting customers and partners to the value of the Internet of Things, business-centric architectures, and key technology transitions.

Our Tech Stack:

Back-end -- Java, Spring, Elastic Search, RESTful APIs

Front-end -- AngularJS

Data Science -- R

Take a look at our Careers page and don't hesitate to reach out to our Recruiting Team!


O3b Networks - http://www.o3bnetworks.com/ - Manassas, VA (outside Washington, D.C.)

We're looking for a software engineer to join our operations team and take the lead on developing in-house tools - some operations tasking will be in there (automation, mostly).

O3b Networks is the only company in the world delivering high-throughput (> 500mbps), low-latency (< 150ms rtt) Internet links from space. Hooked already?

Things you'll work with:

* Git

* CentOS

* Python


* Puppet

* Geo-replicated systems (we have 9 data gateways around the world and two Network Operations Centers)

* Network monitoring (SNMP is anything but simple...)

* A variety of APIs (our vendors provide SOAP, XML-RPC, RESTful HTTP, proprietary ASCII...)

We operate a very diverse system with tons of moving parts, including satellite modems, amplifiers, big satellite dishes, oh, and the full stack of telco-grade IP equipment.

Job listing: https://o3bnetworks.secure.force.com/FCMS__CMSLayout?jobIds=...

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.

Coinbase - http://www.coinbase.com - San Francisco, CA - Engineers (Backend, Frontend, Generalists, Product, Infrastructure, Security)

At Coinbase, we're building a platform that facilitates the easy conduct of the digital currency Bitcoin for consumers and merchants. This includes the buying and selling of Bitcoin, secure storage of Bitcoin in the cloud, and a suite of merchant tools. The vision is for the platform to be the grid that powers payments across the internet, much like email, Twitter, Facebook power communications.

The past 24 months have been incredible that has seen us raise $106M from A16z, Union Square Ventures, and the recent $75M Series C led by DFJ. We've also grown from 8 to 55 people in the past year. In the past 24 months, our user base has grown 210x and the value of transactions processed on our platform has grown 300x.

Check out our careers page: http://www.coinbase.com/careers

Kensho, Boston, MA (Cambridge), Stamford, CT, New York, NY: FULL TIME Software Engineers, UX or UI Designer

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. We look for people who a hungry to learn, figure things out quickly, and are massively productive using technology and math. To really catch our eye, we love to see: * Experience at scale with machine learning, NLP, unstructured data * Charting and visualization skills in javascript * Styling, polish and responsive design

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.

UX or UI Designers We're looking to grow our UX and UI team. We love to see a strong portfolio in either UI (mocks and aesthetic, especially with simplifying complex data and interactions) or UX (workflow and wireframes).

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

You forgot to actually include the hop-ons joke from last month: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=9128405

Commenting so I can find this later!

Transmogrify - http://xmog.com - Philadelphia, PA Suburbs

We’re a software shop located in the heart of Conshohocken, just a 5-minute walk from the R6 line. The team is a tight-knit blend of designers and developers and we are on the lookout for more engineering talent. If you have experience with these technologies, we’d like to talk to you! Email jobs@xmog.com and let us know you found us via Hacker News.

Preferred skillset:

  * Modern Server-side Java (Jetty, Jersey, Guice, Guava, …)
  * Client-side JS (Angular, React, Backbone, …)
  * RDBMS/SQL experience (Postgres, Oracle, …)
  * Android
  * Ability to work effectively on a team and collaborate with designers
  * A sharp eye for detail (you’re the kind of person who worries about error handling and edge cases!)

  * iOS (Objective-C, Swift a plus)
  * Server-side JS (Node, io.js, …)
  * NoSQL (Cassandra, …)
  * DevOps chops (AWS, …)
  * Any other interesting software experience

Windsor Circle http://www.windsorcircle.com/ - Durham NC

- System Administrator

- Senior Software Engineer (Python)

- Software Engineer

- Senior Product Designer


We're hiring developers to join our funded startup (in 2014 we closed a $6.25M Series B) to help us build and expand our market leading Retention Automation Platform.

Our tech stack includes Python, Pyramid, and PostgreSQL on the backend and Backbone.js/Marionette on the front end. This is an exciting opportunity to get in on the ground floor with salary and stock options while working with cutting edge technology.

Telecommuting is available 1-2 days/wk with the rest of your time spent in our awesome downtown Durham, North Carolina office. In addition to our developer openings we are now hiring a senior data scientist, who would be responsible for defining our data science approach going forward.

More info here: http://www.windsorcircle.com/jobs

Watsi - San Francisco, CA https://watsi.org

Watsi is a global crowdfunding platform that enables anyone to directly fund healthcare for people around the world.

“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.”

We’re a team of developers, designers, doctors, and marketers working at Watsi because we believe that everyone, everywhere deserves access to healthcare. We move fast, take risks, and come to work every day excited about building an organization that matters more than we do.

We’re looking for a full-stack developer to join our six-person team in San Francisco. The ideal candidate is an experienced, product-focused generalist who wants to use their skills to bring healthcare to the world. Some of the technologies we use: Rails, Backbone.js, SCSS, Postgres, Redis, Sidekiq, Heroku, RSpec, and Jasmine.

If you’re interested in learning more, please send whatever info you have (linkedin, github, personal site) to jobs@watsi.org.

Amazon EC2 Container Service - Full time, Seattle, WA

We are hiring for a number of positions on the EC2 Container Service [1] team including software development managers [2], software development engineers [3], and web development engineers [4]. To date our focus has primarily been on building out a highly scalable set of backend services and distributed systems to manage and expose container and cluster state and for task scheduling. We are now looking to add engineers with a strong systems background, particularly around OS virtualization and networking.

We are a growing team of (mostly) experienced engineers that likes to iterate quickly. We value scalability, operability, and security and expect everyone on the team to have a say in feature design and prioritization. We also have some fun open source projects [5]. If you are interested apply at the links below or contact me (email address is in my profile).


1. http://aws.amazon.com/ecs

2. http://www.amazon.jobs/jobs/265339/software-development-mana...

3. http://www.amazon.jobs/jobs/293016/software-development-engi...

4. http://www.amazon.jobs/jobs/292894/web-development-engineer-...

5. https://github.com/aws/amazon-ecs-agent

New York City, NY, USA - Various engineering positions. - Full time.

We're growing our NYC team with open front-end, back-end, devops, UX, and leadership positions. Our stack is mostly LAMP (PHP) with some Python-powered APIs. MySQL, Redis, Solr, Aerospike, and Scala are also in use.

See all the positions and apply here: https://boards.greenhouse.io/refinery29#6048

A bit about the company:

Refinery29, the fastest growing independent fashion and style website in the United States, is a lifestyle platform that delivers nonstop inspiration to help women live a more stylish and creative life. It connects over 21 million monthly visitors and 1.9 million email subscribers with 24/7 programming covering everything from shopping and beauty to wellness and celebrities, giving readers all the tips, tricks, and tools they need to live a more beautiful life — and share it with the world.

FreeAgent - Edinburgh or REMOTE (within UK) - Full Time

We're looking for software engineers of all levels to come and work on our flagship product FreeAgent (http://www.freeagent.com). We're a growing team of 75, based in Edinburgh but with remote staff around the UK (5 engineers are fully remote).

We have a lot of happy customers (40,000+, NPS=75!), a lot of traffic (13 million+ page views/mo), and some lovely staff to work alongside, learn from and have fun with (http://www.freeagent.com/company/about-us). We invest a lot of time in our platform (code health, scalability, security) as well as working on new features, which is nice.

Our engineers tend to be full stack, but we’re seeing people move towards more specialist work these days, such as front-end programming (we're doing a lot of React.js, primarily on our iOS app), our real-time accounting engine, data science. People play to their strengths really. Our stack is intentionally straightforward. It's sensible and sustainable. Javascript aside, we mainly write Ruby alongside MySQL, RabbitMQ, Elasticsearch, Puppet.

We are looking for UK-based full-time staff right now, but I'd also be interested to chat to UK-based freelancers interested in a longer-term contract (e.g. 12 months+).




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 ten NBA teams win more games, is enabling national broadcasters to tell better stories, and will give every fan their own personal sportscast. We have recently signed deals with ESPN and Fox to deliver content for their broadcasts, starting with this clip that appeared on NBA Countdown: http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=12510250, and extending to interactive products that the broadcasters will use on air.

We are looking for a variety of engineering roles, including full-stack, UI/UX, mobile, machine learning and computer vision engineers. The responsibilities range from sophisticated UI 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. Our software stack is based around Node, Go and Python.

In addition to the engineering roles, we’re also hiring a product manager who will guide our engineering and design efforts in order to deliver our technology to all our customers, ranging from NBA coaches to casual fans of 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

Mixmax | Web or Cloud Engineer | San Francisco | https://mixmax.com

We're a growing, tight-knit team looking for a full-stack engineer.

Mixmax is a communications platform that brings the power of the web to email. With Mixmax, anyone can build an interactive app that works in all email clients. We’re 8 months old, launched a Gmail add-on a couple of months ago and are growing extremely fast. Here's our Twitter wall of love - https://twitter.com/MixmaxHQ/timelines/560278179810533376 - and we recently won at Launch Festival - http://www.launchfestival.com/. Already thousands of customers depend on us for their daily productivity. We have an A++ list of investors that previously backed companies like Twitter, Heroku, Lyft & Square.

We’re an incredibly mission-driven, diverse and fun-loving team. We value personal and professional growth equally and have built multi-million dollar products together in the past. We're based in downtown SF.

Current tech stack: Node.js, Express, Meteor, Redis, Mongo, Handlebars

Check us out at mixmax.com. Email hello@mixmax.com and let’s grab coffee!

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Pipemetrics - Lausanne, Switzerland - Local only

Senior developer, C / C++ / Windows

Looking for experienced developers to help expanding our existing product into a suite of complimentary products and services (https://bvckup2.com).

Basic requirements - Solid C/C++ with a focus on producing lean and efficient code; considertable experience developing and shipping software for the Windows platform.

Good to have - Knowing one's way around Linux, both the development toolchain and the shell; PHP, JS, SQL; people skills for communicating with users.

Nice to have - Embedded and kernel development experience.

Ideally, you should be reasonably comfortable with all elements of a system that allows controlling a Windows app through an externally hosted web interface - from Windows, through the network to the PHP/SQL backend to the HTML/JS web frontend.

The company is built around the notion of "doing one simple thing, but doing it really well." This doesn't mean creating simplistic software, but rather having a single primary function that captures one specific user need and then providing a host of supporting features to make things simple and convenient. This is a fairly alien approach on Windows where the software still tends to compete on the length of the feature list first and foremost. However, the good news is that there is a substantial demand for simpler, but better-made software. This is what we do.

Prior to founding Pipemetrics, I was the principal person behind Hamachi VPN service (http://swapped.cc/hamachi).

Get in touch - hello-at-pipemetrics.com / alex-at-pipemetrics.com

Additionally, we are considering adding a couple of summer internship positions for EPFL students. If you are at EPFL and the above looks interesting enough, drop me a line.

Ruby on Rails Developer

SidePrize - Atlanta, GA

We’re working on an integration tool that allows people to create daily-fantasy-style challenges for traditional fantasy leagues.


* Experience writing and maintaining web applications specifically back-end (server-side).

* Experience with the Ruby programming language and/or the Ruby on Rails web application framework.

* Great writing and communication skills. One or more members is often remote, being able to communicate by writing is of critical importance.

* Good requirement-gathering skills. Starting with a problem and working from there to understand how the problem can be solved is a valuable skill

* A strong interest in sports. We’re building an application that makes sports more enjoyable—You should have an interest in sports.


* Experience maintaining the front-end of web applications (HTML/CSS/JavaScript).

* A strong interest in fantasy sports or sports statistics.

If it sounds like something that might interest you shoot a resume and any relevant work/project links to tareq@sideprize.com.

The New York Times | New York, NY (Remote is ok) | DevOps

The New York Times interactive news team is looking for a dev ops engineer to work on developing our infrastructure for creating breaking news applications, cutting edge data visualizations and immersive reader experiences. We don't develop the core web site or mobile apps (though those teams are hiring) we work on highly creative, very deadline driven applications that sometimes need to go from concept to production in hours. We work mostly in AWS and are transitioning from a chef based environment to Docker. We believe in work-life balance, shipping working products, and open source. Working in a newsroom isn't like working at a startup or a big company. Try it, you'll like it.

For more about this job and interactive news: http://jobs.nytco.com/job/New-York-Interactive-News-Develope... (the description isn't quite right, it describes a generalist but we're looking for devops)

More about the NYT: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=9038615

And the journalism and code commnunity: https://source.opennews.org/en-US/organizations/new-york-tim...

Our open source code: https://github.com/newsdev/ https://github.com/nytimes/

Other NYT tech jobs: http://developers.nytimes.com/careers/

DataStax OpsCenter Developer -- REMOTE


DataStax is the fastest, most scalable distributed database technology, delivering Apache Cassandra to the world’s most innovative enterprises. We are looking for a talented full-stack Developer to work on the OpsCenter - DSE (Monitoring team). This position will be located anywhere in the US.

The OpsCenter codebase currently consists of Python, Clojure, and JavaScript. Familiarity with one or more of these is important, but even more important is the passion and ability to work on any part of an application and ability to learn and adapt quickly as the application and technologies underneath evolve. Of course, bonus points for experience with any of Cassandra, Spark, Hadoop, or Solr.

Schibsted Products & Technology - London, Oslo, Stockholm, Barcelona

Come and join us at the greatest tech company you've never heard of.

- Javascript/Front-end/NodeJS Engineers

- Java/Scala Engineers

- Devops/Systems/Infrastructure


- Data Scientists

Schibsted has been around for over 175 years and has a long history of pushing boundaries and trying new things. We're undergoing a massive change to unify common components under SPT. From infrastructure to data science and ads, we're building a massive team over the coming years to work on some exciting products. We've already got some top notch people from Google, Yahoo and Twitter with us too.

Our sites get over 200M monthly active users across 29 countries; sites that include Finn.no in Norway and Leboncoin in France - which also happens to be the third biggest site in the country!

If you're great at what you do, I'd love to have a chat so drop me an email: rob.mccann@schibsted.com

CPAP.com, Stafford, TX (SW Houston): FULL TIME LAMP Web Developer

Why work with CPAP.com? We help people breathe. We are profitable and growing. But mostly, for our teams and day to day project enjoyment.

Drive projects relating to code organization and coder happiness

* Code Refactor and re-org (OOP, REST)

* Source control and ease of code push integration tools (Git)

* Sniffer and code styles/standards enforcement (Jenkins)

Our toolset and areas of interest:

PHP, MySQL, Angular, Meteor, Knockout, Geo/Gis/Mapping, Queue software like RabbitMQ or real time db like firebase, Metrics data design metrics boards like Dashing

Benefits: http://bit.ly/1lAbxkP

Apply: github/resume to johnny.goodman@cpap.com

Questions: johnnywgoodman on skype or 832-413-2462. No need to schedule, your call is welcome anytime.

PS. Full Job Desc As A Google Doc: http://bit.ly/1HiR4da

Amsterdam(Netherlands)| Relocation + Visa| Data Scientist roles @ Booking.com Booking.com is hiring all types of data science people. We have roles with focus on machine learning and recommender systems: http://grnh.se/2prwsm The more analytically, data mining and business focused but still quite techy Data Scientist: http://grnh.se/tvaxh7 And the more senior, metor-type but still hands-on position: http://grnh.se/rpavt7 These people work across different departments and are able to influence the online experience of millions of users world-wide. We provide an extensive relocation package.

Switzerland, Zurich | Full-time | DevOps, Front-end, and Back-end.

This might be a very exciting, well-paid opportunity if have a Swiss work permit or if you are from the EU. You should speak some German or be willing to learn.

We're a Swiss software shop that is re-building an existing e-commerce solution from scratch. Our young, motivated web-team is looking for DevOps, Front-end, and Back-end people. We currently use the following tech-stack:

- Python/Flask

- MongoDB

- Elasticsearch

- RedHat and Docker

- Gulp

We are open to other technologies (e.g., we are looking into NodeJS and React).

We look for people who can reason about technology and contribute with their ideas.

Contact me for further info: iwang at fastmail . net

I myself moved to Switzerland only recently. My very positive experiences living and working here can be found on medium: "Eight reasons why I moved to Switzerland to work in IT" http://goo.gl/EIX4UX)

PiinPoint (YC W14) - Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

PiinPoint is a geospatial mapping web and mobile application that turns the complex process of retail market analysis into an easy to use software focused on helping retailers find their next store location. We also enable them to monitor the performance of their current stores and optimize their portfolios.

Details here: https://piinpoint.com/index/careers

We use Python on the Pyramid framework as well as PostgreSQL and PostGIS for fast geospatial queries. We also have adopted Facebook's React and Flux architecture for our frontend. We highly value clean, testable, and efficient code and keep our culture very engineering focused.

We’re looking for a Full Stack developer to join the team here in Waterloo, Ontario.

Please apply by email to careers@piinpoint.com

AdRoll - San Francisco

If you like Python, JS, C, D, Lua or Erlang, and petabytes of data, this is your dream job. AdRoll is one of the fastest growing adtech company, already producing $100M+ in revenue with a small engineering team.

Analytics is so critical to us that a large part of the stack, including our high-performance, in-memory data backend, is developed in-house in Python (Numba), Erlang, and C. Read more here



I'm happy to tell you more by email (ville@adroll.com) or over coffee in SF.

PS. Btw, we write our own convex optimizers, if machine learning is close to your heart - ping me for more info.

Mine - NYC

Interested in computer vision, blockchain identity, and how media spreads on the internet?

Mine is hiring mobile engineers, backend engineers, computer vision experts, and distributed/cryptographic systems experts.


Mine enables persistent attribution and metadata for digital images. We aim to do for digital media what Bitcoin did for money, that is, for creators to own their digital media and for consumers to interact with it with no middle man. We are creating tools for creators to claim ownership of their digital works, and for consumers to easily discover them. We are a small, ambitious team based in Brooklyn with recent backing from top-tier VCs in New York and Silicon Valley.


Eastport Analytics, Inc. - Arlington, VA (Washington, DC Area). Looking for Software Developers - Metro accessible, great benefits, good pay. Looking for mid to senior level candidates to work on a variety of government and commercial contracts. Skills needed would be mostly SQL, Java or .net, with a variety of technologies like lucene, weka, etc. Lots of piloting and proof of concepts in areas as diverse as pharmaceutical competitive intelligence to compliance at Office of Inspector Generals. Not so much worried about the buzz words or specific languages, really looking for developers who can pick up new languages/technologies and be adaptable. We tend to hire people who also can interact with clients face to face, so decent communication skills as well. resumes to mspiering@eastportanalytics.com

Edthena (http://www.edthena.com/) - Full-time - San Francisco, CA

Technology: Meteor, Coffeescript, Jade, Stylus

Role: Frontend Developer

Edthena helps teachers get better at teaching. We bring observation and feedback online using recorded videos and specialized collaboration tools. We are currently working with thousands of teachers across the country. Our ultimate vision is a marketplace to enable coaching for teachers anytime, anywhere.

We've got a product that top-name customers are using, paying for, and renewing because what we built actually solves their problem.

If you're interested, email dave@edthena.com or apply here:


No recruiters, please.

Meteor, Coffeescript, Jade, Stylus? Groovy.

Groovy? There's a transpiler called "Grooscript" that generates Javascript from Groovy syntax, if you don't like Coffeescript's indentation take on javascript.

Magnetic - Lead Python Developer | New York (Manhattan) | No Remote

Magnetic is tackling the high-volume, low-latency world of real-time online ad auctions, and we need your help. We measure traffic in billions of events per day across six data centers, and we’re only just getting started. Do you dream about building distributed systems? Are you excited by shaving fractions of a millisecond off of your code’s run time? If so, we want to hear from you.

We're looking for a skilled Python lead to manage all of our real-time platform services and developers. The role is part management, part technical leadership (architecture and design), and part individual contributor.

Apply Online: https://hire.jobvite.com/j?cj=oe4i0fwk&s=Hacker_News

RethinkDB - www.rethinkdb.com - Mountain View, CA - C++ hackers

We're making it dramatically easier for the world to shift to realtime apps with an exciting new database access model -- instead of polling the database for changes, the developer can tell RethinkDB to continuously push updated query results to applications in realtime.

We're hiring C++ engineers to work on performance, the continuous computation engine, and the distributed system -- http://rethinkdb.com/jobs/systems-engineer/

RethinkDB is fun, very technically challenging, well-funded, and is growing very quickly. Intellectually, we're also PL nerds (mostly Lisp and Haskell/ML), so if that's your cup of tea you'll be right at home!

Would you consider Java developers that have had extensive exposure to C++ in a university setting (OS development, Comp Architecture, etc.)?

Any interest in JVM developers?

What subset of C++ do you use?

We use C++11 pretty heavily (with a few exceptions). We also use exceptions, and a very judicious use of boost. You can browse the code here -- https://github.com/rethinkdb/rethinkdb/tree/next/src.

Awesome, thank you!

Clarifai - clarifai.com - New York, NY

Our deep learning technology allows computers to see. We’re looking for incredible engineers to build mobile applications, scalable backend infrastructures and harness numerous data streams to have huge impact. If you’re a mobile developer, systems engineer or data scientist, it’s your time to build the next generation of intelligent applications.

Even though the computers can see, we need our applications themselves to be something worth looking at. We're seeking UI/UX designers and/or frontend developers who are smart, passionate, and bold to help build new web and mobile applications that excite users. You should have a strong track record of delivering simple, intuitive user experiences and working with emerging technologies.

If you see a fit, please contact us at jobs@clarifai.com.

Trello (New York City / REMOTE)

Current Openings

•IT Engineer

•Account Executive

•Site Reliability Engineering Team Lead

•Windows Mobile Developer

•ECMAScript Developer


Private offices. Free, catered lunch. Top-of-the-line benefits.

Born out of Fog Creek Software, Trello was built to be an awesome place to work. We treat employees like royalty.

Upcoming.nl - Amsterdam, NL (No remote, but we'll relocate you) - Full Stack Engineer

Upcoming is a Dutch 'listicle' website (a listicle is an article consisting of a list of funny/informational/sentimental/whatever stuff). We've been growing continuously since we launched in 2013, already reaching 15% of the Dutch population with zero € spent on marketing. We're (an independent) part of Telegraaf Media Groep, one of the biggest publishers of The Netherlands.

We use python in the backend (Flask, Celery+RabbitMQ), and manage the frontend with Jinja2, jQuery, LESS and Grunt; persistence is done with MySQL and Redis. The deployments are automated, in a Continuous Integration environment. Our backend is developed in-house, with state-of-the-art publishing related features (monitoring of 1000's of feeds to detect trending articles, headline and thumbnail A/B testing, advanced CTR optimizers...).

Since we're part of a big media group, some of these tools are now being used by other teams, reaching tens of millions of users every day.

We'd like to bring on board a pragmatic developer. A CS degree helps, but relevant web experience is more important for us. We'd love it if you have spent some time across the whole stack, but if you consider yourself "just" a frontend or backend developer, we'll hear you out too.

We offer:

- A perfect balance between working on innovation projects and “regular” web development, both with short and iterative development cycles.

- The flexibility and dynamism of working in a startup, with the strong stability of being part of a big company.

- An international environment

- Relocation assistance

- A competitive salary

- 25 vacation days

- Amsterdam! You’ll be living in one of the most beautiful and cosmopolitan cities in the world.

If you’re interested, drop me a line: m.neustadt(at)tmg.nl

Go2mobi - http://www.go2mobi.com - Software Engineers - Victoria & Vancouver, BC

We build advertising technologies that media buyers love. We're a tight-knit, hard working crew that are looking for software engineers to research, build and improve our mobile advertising real-time bidding technology. We're using Golang & Python to solve tough architectural and scaling challenges on services that handle over 500k requests per second.

If this sounds interesting to you, check out our job postings at http://www.go2mobi.com/careers and send your cover letter, resume and anything else you feel that exemplifies you as an engineer to careers@go2mobi.com


Avocarrot - http://www.avocarrot.com/ - San Francisco & Athens, Greece

Looking for:

1. Full stack software engineer (Node.js, MySQL, Elasticsearch)

2. Front end software engineer (Ember.js, HTML, CSS)

3. iOS software engineer

4. Growth marketing expert

What is Avocarrot:

Avocarrot is a native mobile ad network with offices in Silicon Valley and Athens. We are building the next generation of mobile advertising technology. Backed by leading corporations as well as institutional and angel investors from the Valley, our aim is to become the de facto standard in mobile app monetization. Our platform has served several billion ad requests and keeps growing at a fast pace.

You can check out all open positions here: http://avocarrot.workable.com/

HookLogic: Sr. Software Engineer - Data Science New York, NY VISA

Email abby.wilhelmi@hooklogic.com with resumes or questions

As a Software Engineer on the Data Science team you’ll work closely with our Data Scientists to determine a proper approach to storing, accessing, and processing big data and managing our machine learning models. You’ll be building and expanding the software infrastructure and frameworks that our Data Scientists leverage to create and deploy machine learning models. At your disposal will be a wide variety of languages and technologies that you can use to solve problems. You’ll also be able to learn about bleeding-edge technologies in order to find new ways to help with our data science and big data needs.

Exp: Scala, C#, Java languages AWS Big Data: Spark, Hadoop, Hive, DynamoDB, and HBase

About HL:

HookLogic was founded in 2004 to understand and influence shopper decisions. Our Engineering Team is a critical factor in our company’s record of success. We build and maintain the suite of industry-defining marketing products that compete with–and beat–the likes of Google and Amazon. We’ve expanded our product suite and won multiple game-changing clients over the past year. To keep pace with growth, we’re hiring engineers with experience in all areas of the development stack. Check out www.hooklogic.com to learn more about our products, company and culture.

Tastebud (http://www.tastebud.co) -- Chicago, IL iOS / Android Mobile Software Engineers: Full-Time

# About Us

Here at Tastebud, we are obsessed with creating mobile experiences that personalize the world around you. Through a combination of sophisticated algorithms and meaningful data, we are one of the first companies to create a personalized brick and mortar shopping experience. Best of all, we are profitable with a live product that is providing real results.

# About the Team

We are an smart and experienced group of software engineers and data scientists. Whether it is understanding the dynamic and complex relationships around large data sets, designing the greatest mobile experiences, or building the best recommendation engine on the planet, we are strongly focused and determined on solving the most challenging problems.

We are currently building the next generation of mobile applications, all powered by our extensive experience in personalization. We understand the value in stable, established frameworks and patterns, but we aren't afraid to jump into new technologies when the opportunity rises. We enjoy great clean code, but understand that sometimes you need to hack something out. We are fans of open source and aim to contribute back when we can. We enjoy working with smart people who can get things done.

# About You

You understand mobile. You have gone from idea to app store, quite possibly more than once. You know a great mobile-centric API when you see one, even better if you have designed one yourself. You understand the challenges that the app store brings and know how to work around them. You know how to iterate and build a product that delights our users. You enjoy the ability, freedom and encouragement to develop our mobile strategy.

We can offer a competitive salary, a great office in downtown Chicago, a flexible schedule, and a few cool office perks.

Interested? Send us a quick email: jobs@tastebud.co

Twenty20 - http://www.twenty20.com/ - Los Angeles, CA

Twenty20 is building the world's premier creative exchange. We're disrupting the stock photo industry with the world's largest (and growing!), crowdsourced, commercially-available image catalog. We write awesome software, work collaboratively, and have lots of fun.

We're hoping to meet a senior mobile engineer who has the chops to lead our team in the development of our iOS app. There's a full job description here: http://twenty20.theresumator.com/apply/Y6eZhv/Sr-Mobile-Soft...

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