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Ask HN: Who is hiring? (May 2015)
501 points by _whoishiring on May 1, 2015 | hide | past | web | favorite | 894 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.




Dropbox | New York City | Software Engineer

We're a dozen engineers building the foundation for Dropbox's first office outside San Francisco. We work on impactful projects that are essential to Dropbox's success.

https://dropbox.nyc or email me directly, mspitz@dropbox.com.

Also hiring in SF, Seattle, and Tel Aviv.


"We're a dozen engineers building the foundation for Dropbox's first office outside San Francisco." - That reads like you're construction workers. (Maybe you are!)


It isn't so bad! Making bucks, getting exercise, working outside...


Fuckin' A.


Well... I tried to updvote this from my phone without zooming in... And ended up down voting it :( can't find a way to undo so hopefully this comment helps your ranking. My bad :(


Upvoted for you.


Do you guys do visas (H1-B transfers, GC transfers)?


"first office outside San Francisco"

I thought you guys had an office in Austin as well?


That's Box!


They have an office there as well. Just no engineering jobs offered at the moment.

https://www.dropbox.com/jobs/austin


Silent Circle - Geneva - REMOTE the norm, INTERNs welcome

We do end-to-end secure communications and a secure mobile platform (Blackphone). The people who work here are highly interested in ensuring that privacy remains a possibility in the world.

We need great engineers who like working on Android (both at the application and the OS layer), iOS applications, back-end infrastructure (e.g. relational and distributed DBs, messaging layers, etc.), and in C, Erlang, Python, and Lua.

By working here you'll have the opportunity to work on hard problems with interesting people like PRZ. We've grown quickly but are still a startup. We hire great people to whom we can give autonomy to get the job done. As our main job is protecting our customers in hostile environments, we want people who are exceptionally good and exceptionally careful.

We're a distributed team, and we're perfectly happy to hire great people anywhere in the world.

Experience with cryptography, protocol implementation, telephony/VoIP, etc. is definitely interesting to us but not required for all positions. We mainly want people who are demonstrably great engineers in the UNIX mold. F/OSS work is a great sign to us. We are very interested in Android experience right now.

Please email frank, CC myself (my username), @silentcircle.com. If you could write a few paragraphs about yourself and what sort of work you like to do, that'd be appreciated. Links to GitHub and LinkedIn are also good.

I look forward to talking with you.

(Engineers only; no recruiters please.)


Incidentally I checked your hiring page a few days ago and found only non-engineering jobs listed. Will definitely send you an e-mail though.

I hope you don't mind me saying, the hiring page required me to turn on cookies. For a privacy-focused company I think it would look best to not set cookies at all. (Or use cookies only for personal settings like language selection, like DuckDuckGo does.)

Edit: Can't find a public key for Frank nor Travis on pgp.mit.edu, will e-mail JshWright, okay?


Yeah, you can email me and it'll find its way to the right people. My work email is josh at silentcircle.

To be honest, the hiring site is run and used by the business side of the house, as engineering prefers finding folks through other channels (e.g. this one...). I doubt we have any control over whether or not the site requires cookies, as it is a third party solution (other than picking a different provider, but that's well above my pay grade).


Here's Phil, on why you should come work with us:

https://downloads.silentcircle.com/downloads/prz.mov


Broken link


Sorted now, thanks


TC, Are you looking for full time employees or are you interested in working on a long term contracting / freelance basis?


Nava - Washington DC

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, Y Combinator 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/

We're just starting on a few major new projects that have a huge potential to improve our government. We have the technical experience to do things the right way, and the relationships and trust inside government agencies to get things done. 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!

Specifically, we’re looking for:

- a product manager with a technical background

- a senior devops engineer

- a senior full-stack engineer


Props to you and everyone else helping to rebuild our government's technology! This is a much sexier problem than it gets credit for. Let's stop complaining about politicians and roll up our sleeves to make this country more kickass. Government agencies everywhere could use some great developers.


Gabe, This sounds like a really interesting and challenging project. I can't even begin to imagine some of the hurdles that you will be up against with this.

We just shot you an email and hope to chat soon!

Jake


I just wanted to say that this sounds totally awesome, and if I didn't have criminal baggage and was willing to relocate to DC, I'd be all over this.

Thanks for doing work :)


What area of DC is your office in?


Near Dupont Circle, 18th & M. Right next to Shake Shack, Nandos, near the metro, YMCA, White House, and lots of other awesome things.


Do you guys sponsor H1bs ?


SEC | NY $125,000 - $205,000

We're building the SEC's next generation analytic platforms to keep our markets safe, effective, and trusted. Come build awesome tools to analyse big data (and small data!). We do quantitative analysis, machine learning, plus good old fashioned product development. At the end of the day we ship modern, elegant applications that helps our government be more awesome.

Join a small team of talented developers, capable researchers, and former finance people that saw the light.

Our stack: JS, React, Python, pandas, Flask, C++, KDB, q

Your workstation: .5 TB RAM, plus a gabajillion cores (we each have one)

You are: anyone that wants to help! Awesome front end dev? Machine learning expert? Pythonista? Data scientist? Whatever! We want you! Doesn't matter if you know our stack or not, if you love to learn you'll fit right in.

(Also, if you're more of a finance person and less of a dev/quant/science-person/whatever we have spots for that too, in Boston, Atlanta, NY, Chicago).


A friend of mine was on this team for the preceding 2 years (and just joined me in industry). It is exactly as Jordan describes it.


I would like to have more informations on this - is there someone I should contact?


Happy to give more details! Contact Jordan via: fisherj at sec dot gov.


This sounds like an awesome project. We just sent you an email!


Do I need to be a US citizen?


You don't, no, although we unfortunately can't sponsor visas.


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


Thumbtack - San Francisco - Software engineer and data science

Our mission is to help people accomplish personal projects by matching their needs to the right service professionals in their area. From wedding photographers and DJs to home contractors or French tutors, Thumbtack can help.

We are backed by Sequoia and Google Capital. Great offices in SoMa with daily home-cooked food and a friendly, ambitious team of 30 engineers. We're looking for expertise in Python, Go, AWS, the full web stack, Android, iOS, machine learning, and data science.

Current projects:

* New data pipeline (Hadoop/Spark) to support customer and business needs

* Advancements to the matching algorithm so both sides of the marketplace are better served

* Migration of all backend systems to AWS

* Shipping an Android app to make our customer experience faster and more efficient

For more information:

http://www.thumbtack.com/jobs

http://www.thumbtack.com/engineering

Also, feel free to email me (chris at) with any questions!


Soostone | NYC or Remote Possible | Functional Programmer (Haskell) | Backend, Frontend, DevOps, UI/UX Engineering

Soostone is a technology provider in the enterprise analytics space with a focus on performance improvement for e-commerce clients. We are the developers of a highly scalable platform that revolves around data, modeling, machine learning, real-time decision-making and sustained optimization. We routinely build features or capabilities that make use of in-process and multi-node concurrency, parallelism, stream processing, domain-specific languages (DSLs/EDSLs), Functional Reactive Programming (FRP) on GHCJS, MapReduce on Hadoop (via Haskell) and many other methodologies common in the functional programming world.

We also care a great deal about contributing back to the community by open sourcing useful components wherever possible. Our team members help organize a number of community events in eastern United States including the monthly NY Haskell Users Group, Hac NYC and the Compose conference.

If interested, please submit applications to jobs@soostone.com

Website: http://www.soostone.com


Quick Note: I clicked on "careers" from your homepage and got an error [0].

It's really great seeing you on HN – great to see more and more Haskell jobs available!

[0] http://www.soostone.com/careers/application-engineer


Very happy to hear that and thank you for pointing out the dead link! It's been fixed.


NoRedInk in San Francisco (or remote, up to 6h time zone difference from Pacific)

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

Then there was NoRedInk.

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

https://www.noredink.com/jobs

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

http://www.forbes.com/sites/alextaub/2013/12/19/noredink-is-...


This sounds like a really interesting project. We will be in touch shortly!


Dollar Shave Club - Los Angeles - Write Code, Shave the World

==About Dollar Shave Club==

Dollar Shave Club is a leading men’s grooming brand powered by a custom built e-commerce platform that touches all aspects of the business including fulfillment, marketing, billing and analytics. This platform is built for scale and handles over 1 million orders a month. We also apply technology to improve efficiencies including utilizing Natural Language Processing, Pattern Data Mining and Computer Vision.

Why you should work here? We have a unique culture where we encourage a bottom up approach. Our engineers are encouraged to look at ways to improve efficiencies within the company by applying technology. To do this approach, we’ve built one of the best technology teams in Los Angeles with engineers who previously worked at Yahoo, Google, and MySpace.

==Positions==

Front-End Developer - Ember.JS

Mobile Developer - Android

Full Stack Developer - RoR, Python

Devops - Docker, Ansible, Mesosphere,AWS

SDET - Watir

Apply at engineering-careers@dollarshaveclub.com


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 platform to learn (check out testimonials at https://www.khanacademy.org/stories). Most of you reading this are probably familiar with Sal's videos, but we also have hundreds of videos by other teachers and a huge library of interactive exercises.

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

– Mobile apps to help students learn on the go and increase access to those who might not have access to a computer [1]

– Improved knowledge models so we can better predict what you know and what will help you [2]

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

We're especially looking for dev 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

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

[2]: http://data.khanacademy.org/2015/03/helping-students-learn-a...

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


Hey Ben, I sent in a software developer application about 3 weeks ago (included all required information). If I haven't received a response by now, does that mean I probably wasn't selected to go on to an interview? Thanks!


It means our process is backed up further than we're proud of — sorry for the slow response. Can you email Kayla (kayla@khanacademy.org) and me (ben@khanacademy.org) and we'll get back to you asap?


No problem, just sent you an email. Thanks for responding.


Software/Security/Systems/Network Engineering

* Los Angeles, CA

* Saint Louis, MO

* Dublin, Ireland

On-site only, visas available

Riot Games - http://www.riotgames.com/careers

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We make League of Legends (a popular online game with a thriving e-sports scene), we're hoping to make more things too!

We have a variety of software engineering, systems, network and security roles available.

Example software engineering roles:

* game development (C++)

* game infrastructure (Java/Python/Go)

* web apps (PHP/Javascript/Python)

* corporate internal apps (PHP/Go/Python/C#)

On the security side we're looking for application security people as well as incident responders and infrastructure security types (network/system).

We have many other roles as well! Check the careers link above.

Let me know if you're interested or have questions, my email is arkem@riotgames.com.


Bangalore, India. Many Positions. Full time.

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.


interesting and challenging thing.

btw Awesome username guru !


Thanks. And the answer to the thread above - Not Novopay. But bigger and more fundamental.


Novopay or a competitor to it?


@bjelkman - please email if you like to know more. Email is in the main thread.


Theranos - Palo Alto

Visit a lab for a Doctor’s appointment recently? Two vials of blood is a lot isn't it? 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 hours allowing them to provide significantly more accurate treatments in a timely manner.

https://www.theranos.com/news/arizona-bill-signing

An advanced stage startup, Theranos primary stack is .Net - We are looking for engineers who want to make a positive impact in healthcare. Also looking for embedded, Senior iOS & Android developers.

VISA & Relo assistance (for those already in the North America) - Sorry No remote – No International Relocation.

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

For more about each position: http://www.theranos.com/careers/software-development

email michaelw at theranos dot com


San Francisco - Full Time - iOS, Android, Design

https://imgur.com is hiring in San Francisco. We're the Internet’s visual storytelling community! Millions of people visit Imgur every day to explore, share and discuss the best visual stories the Internet has to offer. More than 60B images are viewed on Imgur each month.

Interested? Check out our open positions! https://imgur.com/jobs

If you have questions, feel free to email me at cam@imgur.com


From an Android-owning imgurian: good luck with your hires!

Banana for scale:

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Do you guys sponsor H1B?


Where: Toronto, Canada, Full time only, on site only. W You must be eligible to work in Canada.

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

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

You will help build out the statistics pipeline and machine learning models to power an algorithmic trading infrastructure. You'll build hidden Markov Models to detect patterns in the equities markets.

1. Build models

2. Back test models

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

4. PROFIT!!!

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

You are a statistician or speech recognition expert who can turn a model into working code. You are comfortable with any programming language, you can model in what ever language you like.

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

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

- get paid to learn algorithmic trading

- be able to invest in our fund

- onsite chef for lunches

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


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

==Description==

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

==Experience Required==

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

* Javascript (not JQuery, vanilla javascript)

* Regular Expressions (we use them heavily)

* Python (basic knowledge)

* PGP (basic usage)

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

==Compensation==

$100k-$120k depending on experience.

==How To Apply==

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

==For Solar Skeptics==

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


Is this an on-site role?


Yes. "You will be working in our office at the SfunCube in downtown Oakland."


Pirate3D (Singapore) − Web back-end, front-end & native. Part-time, REMOTE, to evolve into full-time with possible VISA sponsorship & relocation to Singapore.

Our main product is the Buccaneer, a 3D printer designed to be affordable, sleek and user-friendly. The printer comes with native smartphone and PC apps to control the printer, and with access to Treasure Island (http://treasure.is/), our webstore for 3D models. The focus is on providing a one-click printing experience, where users can expect any object on the store to print well without changing any setting.

You will join our team over on GitHub, Slack and Google Hangout. The back-end uses AWS, Lavarel & MySQL. The front-end uses Ember.JS. Native apps are on Android, iOS, Windows and soon MacOS.

We are ideally looking for one programmer specializing in back-end dev, and one specializing in app dev (web and native), but full-stack programmers are welcome.

If interested, send an email with your achievements and aspirations to Kai at contact@kaielvin.org


Socrata (http://www.socrata.com) - Platform/DevOps Engineer - Seattle, WA

At Socrata, we believe that data – when made transparently accessible – can illuminate, inform, and inspire. Socrata builds cloud-based software products that democratize access to public sector data and put it into people’s hands so they can use it at work, at home, and on the go. We power open data portals for City of Chicago (https://data.cityofchicago.org/), Los Angeles (https://data.lacity.org/), and many more.

We’re looking for a strong engineer to focus on developing our Mesosphere/AWS/Chef runtime platform. The full description of this position is at http://careers.socrata.com/jobs/?jvi=oNu7Yfw6,Job If you've got any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me noah.meyerhans@socrata.com (I'm an engineer, not a recruiter!)

We release nearly all of our work, both from a DevOps and general engineering perspective, under Open Source liceses. Check out some of our repositories on GitHub at https://github.com/socrata/ and https://github.com/socrata-platform

Or, if you're not interested in our DevOps roles, considering checking out some of our other engineering roles at http://careers.socrata.com/engineers/


Ecometrica (www.ecometrica.com) - GIS Technical Lead and Python/Django backend developer - Edinburgh, UK or Montreal, Québec, Canada

Ecometrica is the company behind OurImpacts, the world’s premier greenhouse gas accounting and sustainability management tool. We are a profitable company in a growing industry and dedicated to helping companies improve their environmental sustainability. We are looking for a GIS expert to lead our GIS and mapping as a service software, and also looking for backend software developers with experience with Django, Python and/or Postgres to help us tool up as our roster of large corporate clients grows.

We are are a small team looking to expand in either Edinburg in the UK, or Montreal, Canada. Unfortunately, these jobs are on-site only, and can we cannot help with any work permits.

Drop us an email at jobs@ecometrica.com or check the job descriptions at http://ecometrica.com/about-us/careers/


NGP VAN - Boston MA or Washington, DC - Many Positions

* Software Team Lead

* Software Engineer

* QA Engineer

* QA Analyst

* SQL Developer

* Technical Product Manager

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.


Ruby on Rails Developer Remote: US candidates ONLY Cyanna Education Services www.cyanna.com Compensation: $60,000-$80,000 (depending on experience), benefits, and paid vacation

Reply to: jobs@cyanna.com with resume & github account

Overview: At Cyanna, we believe education should be accessible to everyone, and that if you’ve got knowledge to share, nothing should stand in your way. So we work with educational institutions to help them launch, run, and market their schools — and make sure they’re compliant with government regulations along the way.

One of the things we offer is customized software solutions that make it easy for institutions to track and teach students, and for regulatory agencies to track institutions. Right now, we’re looking for a full time Ruby on Rails Developer to help build our next generation e­learning platform.

Join our team from wherever you are: Everyone here works remotely, although we meet and collaborate online all the time. We also meet up in person occasionally throughout the year. You’ll be able to find the perfect balance of working independently and being part of a supportive team that’s got your back.

Requirements: ● Ruby ● Rails ● JavaScript ● HTML ● CSS (SASS) ● jQuery (Backbone.js or Ember.js a plus) ● SQL (PostgreSQL a plus) ● Git ● API development ● Browser compatibility issues ● Deployment methodologies (e.g. Capistrano) ● Database/query optimization


You seem to have two posts up for very similar positions. You should combine them.


Dimagi (www.dimagi.com) - Boston (technically Cambridge), MA and Cape Town, South Africa

Role: Senior web or mobile software engineer/adventurer/do-gooder

Dimagi is a rapidly growing social enterprise based in Boston that develops and deploys open source health and logistics systems primarily for underserved communities in developing countries. At Dimagi, we take pride in our work and keep the big picture in mind. We’re an inclusive group that has diverse experiences and interesting stories and insight to our work around the world.

With Dimagi, you can work in a fun and stimulating environment, and have the chance to travel and explore. Most importantly, you will truly have the opportunity to make a difference in places that need it most. Dimagi's prioritization of global impact and employee growth and satisfaction makes Dimagi a continuously fresh, exciting, and genuine place to work, keeping us all honest about what we're in it for.

We're looking for talented senior level developers who want to generalize across the stack, or specialize in one area of our mobile (Android), web (Python, Django, CouchDB, Postgres), and front-end (Knockout/Angular) platforms.

For more information, check out our careers page at http://www.dimagi.com/about/careers.


Clarifai - www.clarifai.com - New York (Manhattan) - Full Time or Intern

Clarifai uses deep learning to allow computers to better understand the world -- starting with images and video. Leveraging our expertise and cutting-edge research, we’re solving hard technical problems across a wide variety of industries from personal photo organization to medicine.

We're currently a team of 12, and growing fast. We're looking for passionate engineers (mobile, frontend, backend, GPU, devops), researchers, data scientists, and designers to join our team. Our stack runs the gamut from low-level CUDA kernels to Python machine learning code to apps built with React, and massive data pipelines of images and video.

Interested? Email us at jobs@clarifai.com.

For full job descriptions, check out: http://www.clarifai.com/jobs


Pinegrow Web Editor - Senior Javascript developer - REMOTE

Matjaz here, the author of Pinegrow Web Editor (http://pinegrow.com), a desktop visual HTML & CSS editor for professional web developers. It also has WordPress theme builder. Up to now I did almost everything by myself, bootstrapping the business from 0 to $100K in the first year, and significantly more in the second - the current - year.

Now it's time to grow (a bit) and I'm looking for a Javascript virtuoso to join me on developing core Pinegrow features.

Our company has no VCs, C?Os, VPs... Instead we have a good product and paying users in 100+ countries that find Pinegrow useful at their daily work. Our revenue is organically doubling every four months. Here's a short story about that: https://medium.com/@mattront/pinegrow-year-in-review-2014-fr...

Ideally, you're better than me at:

- building optimised HTML, PHP, CSS (LESS, SASS) parsers

- designing and implementing effective UI

- separating what users actually need from what just looks nice

- being highly productive, even when compared to whole teams of decent developers

- finding simple solutions for complex problems - and then iterating on them

- having in-depth experience of high-performance Javascript coding and web development, both pure and with contemporary frameworks/tools

Bonus if you're good at:

- creating tutorials and online courses about web development

- marketing

You would get a decent fixed sallary and significant profit share. That's how I imagine my dream job offer would look like.

Get in touch at info [at] pinegrow.com


CrowdFlower - Mission District, San Francisco, CA INTERN REMOTE VISA

We are looking for front-end devs, back-devs, data engineers and dev ops roles.

We work with the world's leading data science teams to clean and enrich their data to help companies make better decisions. We use a combination of the best of AI and human intelligence and bring meaningful work to people that need it the most.

Our stack is mainly rails/postgres/AWS.

Email me directly at lukas at crowdflower.com if you are interested.


InQuicker - Remote (Canada/US) or in office (Nashville, TN)- Seeking Designer/UX designer

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 somebody to join our UX/Design team with solid Design and UX skills. This person will be working closely with our product team and customers from discovery & prototyping to final designs, as well as working with the dev team to bring those ideas to life.

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.

Cheers!


waves at former neighbors

While you're checking out Nashville, if you're not into UX but you're into Python...

Stratasan - Local (Nashville, TN) - Senior Software Developer (Python)

Stratasan is a Nashville-based company that provides intelligence on healthcare markets to hospital strategists, physician offices, community care experts, and others. We aggregate healthcare data, curate it, and provide reports and tools that aid healthcare decision-making. As an example, we give guidance to our clients looking to place a new acute care clinic.

Full job description here: https://gist.github.com/briandailey/1028734


GoDaddy | Product Manager - Managed WordPress | Sunnyvale, CA or Phoenix, AZ | Local

GoDaddy is investing heavily in their people, culture and products but we have a long way to go.

We launched our managed WordPress hosting product a year ago and have had hundreds of thousands of customers sign up since, making us the biggest hosting company for WordPress in the world.

We're looking for sharp product managers with knowledge of the WordPress product and industry to help us continue to build a world class product.

I'm also hiring for a senior rails engineer on the marketplace team.

Email me direct at ned@godaddy.com


Ouch! Assuming I'm being downvoted for GoDaddy?


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

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

Right now we’re a team of 55 (23 engineers) based in downtown SF. We’re looking for full-stack engineers who like:

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

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

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

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


Elastic, the company behind Elasticsearch, is hiring for a lot of positions: https://www.elastic.co/about/careers

I'm on the team behind Found.no, which is a hosted Elasticsearch service. We're hiring engineers with backgrounds in design and operations of distributed systems: https://www.found.no/jobs/

We're distributed/remote.


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

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

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

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 positions, technical needs change with every project you work on. You should be a well-rounded type able to create solutions with the tools and tech that make most sense for the project. You could be writing an Angular prototype one week, Python NLP tools the next, and some social media analysis after that.

For the Data Science Engineer and Visualization Engineer positions, similar to above but with a focus on Hadoop/Spark/“Big Data” skills and visualization tech such as D3, Tableau, and R Shiny. We have particular strategic needs in Hadoop and Tableau, so if that is you, definitely hit me up.

Don’t be scared! You don’t have to be a wizard yet. The researchers provide the depth; you provide the breadth, creativity, and drive.

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. Santa Monica headquarters are a block from the ocean. Relocation for good fits.

Ready yet? Shoot me your resume at:

dev.hiring@rand.org

-Chris


Chute (YC W2012) - http://getchute.com - San Francisco, CA or Itapema, BR or REMOTE (US time zones)

Hiring full-stack engineers to build our marketing technology platform that is used by Nike, Condé Nast, Starbucks, Benefit, Vogue, ESPN, NBC, NYT among others, as well as many independent developers. We're working with the latest technologies and <3 open source. We analyze images and videos from Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to discover the best, most-interesting content for our customers and then enable them to use those images in their own marketing.

We're using Ruby/Rails/Sinatra, Node.js and Go on the backend (plus Python on the data science front). We're running on AWS, Postgres, Mongo, Elasticsearch, Redis, Storm. On the front-end we're using React/Flux/ES6 (transitioning from Backbone/Marionette).

For more info: http://getchute.com/jobs or email us: hiring [at] getchute [dot] com


IBM Watson | Pittsburgh | Front-end, back-end, QA, support, and PM

IBM Watson in Pittsburgh has six open positions as of this posting. This is for full time and IBM will do visas for qualified candidates.

I’m the software engineer tech lead on the Watson Explorer connectivity team and former consultant with the product's Professional Services team.

http://ibm.biz/watson-pgh-jobs

* Watson Technical Product Manager

* Watson User Interface (UI) Junior Developer

* Watson Software Engineer

* Watson User Interface (UI) Developer

* Watson Quality Engineer

* Watson Support Explorer Engineer

We’re looking for folks versed in Java, Scala, and the Ruby on Rails stack. The UI positions are heavily focused on Angular.js and Bootstrap. We're in new development mode right now, so if you like to start from nothing, you'll like what we're doing.

We do things like TDD, real actual pair programming†, kanban, agile-ish planning (IBM Design Thinking, not some convoluted buzzword bullshit), automated builds, “use the right tool for the job even if it’s not an IBM product”, and daily stand ups that, for the most part, never run past 15 minutes.

We like to have fun, too, having regular board game lunches and evenings, hosting meetup events, weekly communal lunch cooked by one or more of our fantastic cooks, and managers that are incredibly full-of-clue and treat us like the adults we all are.

We try to keep our interview process as bullshit-free as possible. If we think you look good on paper, we’ll reach out for a phone chat and give you the details on a pretty open-ended code test, where you’ll implement a simple library. If we like your solution, then we’ll invite you for a live culture fit and technical interview, in-person if you’re near or remote if not. This process has given us a ridiculously low turnover.

† no, really. We shoot for 50%-75% pairing, otherwise known as “pair when it makes sense”.


You can read more in the many /r/pittsburghjobs posts I’ve made throughout the years both as IBM and as Vivísimo, the startup that IBM acquired in 2012:

https://www.reddit.com/r/pittsburghjobs/comments/2xq5o9/ibm_...

We have award-winning engineers, writers, and speakers in our office. One of IBM Design’s principals is located here, too. A few of our staff are on conference organizing committees for Steel City Ruby, DevOps Days, SATURN, etc. Almost half of our desks are standing desks in our open space office plan (where sitting is fine, too!) with a roof deck in the middle of a bustling, multicultural business district.

If you’re physically in Pittsburgh, consider coming to a Code & Supply (http://www.codeandsupply.co) event held in our office. We host several per month; we’re very active in the local developer community. We've hired at least three people that we've met through it...

If you're not in Pittsburgh, you can click that above link and search for other cities. Most Watson positions have "Watson" in the title or at least as a keyword in the search. Or you can try through http://www.ibm.com/watsonjobs and just mention my username when formally applying.


Thanks! I've been looking into watson jobs. Does applying through your referral link help with resume visibility at all?


Not really, unless I personally know the applicant. I'm notified when someone applies using my link and I tend to investigate the application and the person. If they seem to standout, then I'll pass my research on to the hiring manager.


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

This thread could probably be shorter if they titled it "Who isn't hiring"? But if you like the idea of being part of a small, tight team building envelope-pushing technology, please read on.

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 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).


Here’s why I responded so badly to your rejection last month:

You advertise “lots of room for personal growth,” and “Frontend, backend, junior, senior – if you have talent and passion you’ll fit in.”

I’m currently severely underemployed doing IT stuff at a small organization, and I’m trying to switch to a development role. So, I applied for your company, and got rejected because I’m doing IT stuff.

That was not just a rejection. That was a condemnation. Big organizations don’t want me for IT because I haven’t been doing IT for big organizations. Small organizations can’t afford to pay me a living wage. IT contractor organizations want me to own my own car before hiring me. By pigeonholing me in IT, you were condemning me to underemployment and poverty.

I am a developer, and I want a job doing development.


I understand that your job search has been frustrating, and I'm sorry you felt misled by our careers page. I'd prefer not to comment on our decision in this public forum, but feel free to reach out to me offline (you have my contact information of course) if you'd like to discuss further.


Then you should change your job description so you can quit wasting everybody’s time, having to reject candidates who don’t fit your mysterious criteria.

Also, “good fit” is one of the reasons our industry is so stuck in white male hegemony. Just saying.


The nature of your responses suggest you probably weren't rejected solely for your work history.


I like to think that I was cordial and professional up until the rejection.

After that, well, I don’t have much to lose, so I might as well call out what I saw to be systematic bad behavior. It was cathartic, and I believe in the duty of individuals to identify and fix what is broken in society. It’s also why most companies reject using impersonal form letters sent from no-reply email addresses.

I like to think that Steve chose based on his guess about whether I could do the job. Nothing personal. But Steve asked for passion, so he got passion. Seriously, change the job description so it more accurately describes what you’re looking for.


OK, I'm really reticent to respond, but I've seen a few of your posts and feel weirdly compelled to help you. I love that you have strong opinions on recruiting/hiring, you do have passion, and you're clearly a very principled guy. I have no doubt that you're probably a very nice, decent person in real life.

However, you are absolutely going about job-hunting all wrong. You don't want to believe this, and I get it—finding work often really sucks. But you're coming off really badly and only exacerbating the vicious cycle. You need to treat this like a programming problem: you've been trying the same code for months (years?), and it's still buggy as all hell. Instead of continuing to tinker with that code, write something else and attack the problem differently. Spamming Google is not a viable strategy. Lashing out at employers in these threads is not a viable strategy. Constantly talking about how badly you need more money (however true) is not a viable strategy.

Look man, you don't know me from Adam. You have no obligation to listen to me. But I'm telling you 100% that a huge reason you're not getting offers is because of your attitude, not your aptitude. You can either read this and fume (I know I would for awhile), or read this and fume and then make a drastic change. When you wake up tomorrow, redo your resume, re-think your cover letters, rejigger your entire approach to job hunting. You may even find this attitude shift pays dividends elsewhere in your life, too.


Speaking as someone who has been underemployed for years, I can safely say that this advice is a load of crap. Yes, it is true that lashing out won't improve anything (although, there is at least the small chance that someone will listen to the lashing and change a policy, small though it may be). Also, the lashing only constitutes a poor attitude if it is both lashing and also wrong. In this case it looks like correct and well-placed lashing to me. It might not be rational to do it since it won't affect change, but it's not a "bad attitude" to do it either. Trying to label it as a "bad attitude" is, I believe, an alarming form of blame-the-victim mentality.

Underemployment can be an absolute career killer in technology. It can drain you of all energy to engage in personal tinkering or self-study to maintain current skills. Despite being intellectual drudgery, the work can still be emotionally and psychologically draining. It fosters burnout.

I'd rather see someone on the thread take a kind and caring attitude to a colleague here who is dealing with one of the really gruesome career problems of this field. Rather than some dumb finger-wagging about "just change your attitude."

The problem is so widespread & systematic, just like the open-office problem, closed/political allocation of projects problem, macho subordination/willingness to work in Agile/Scrum problem, and a host of others. It's like this because people don't lash out. No one stands up and protects their speciality ... many just embrace mediocrity and a steady pay check and figure who cares what the organization wants me to do. Then, if anyone should be so audacious and arrogant as to desire some bit of intellectual prosperity in life while still earning a living wage, they must have a bad attitude, right?

Many employers, especially large bureaucratic ones, actively look to underemploy people. They foolishly model that surplus labor as a latent benefit or an extra assurance that the baseline labor required of the position will be more easily guaranteed. There is almost no effort to model surplus labor as a source of burnout and turnover. Such things are swept under the rug of "bad attitude" or "not a team player" or whatever other subversive codeword that HR-types want to put on it.

Often they are willing to pay above market rates specifically to underemploy you. This is the double trap of not being able to build career-affirming skills on the job and also not being able to switch jobs without a pay cut.

It seems a lot of people just don't value intellectual prosperity most of the time. It works out for employers and the worker gets what they want and everyone is happy.

But if you are oriented internally, possibly at the genetic level, to be incapable of avoiding burnout and extreme, unsustainable job dissatisfaction when you are expected to be willfully underemployed, the system just can't handle you. There is no attitude adjustment that will fix it -- you could have the nicest and most polite disposition of all time, while suavely executing interviews and wooing management -- it won't matter.

Your unwillingness to be satisfied with underemployment is, in and of itself, considered toxic to bureaucracy. The bureaucracy system cannot function if intellectual prosperity is something it must actually provide for workers, rather than just merely paying lip service to it.

Anyway, I don't have any answers except to say that I totally understand where the lashing out is coming from. It's human. It's coming from an urge to call bullshit on underemployment and to vent frustrations about systematic mistreatment of underemployed workers. It doesn't speak to any attitude malfunction whatsoever, and labeling it as such is just one more of the many tactics that bureaucracy uses to expunge the so-called toxin. I can relate to this person. I feel compassion for them.


UserTesting | Mountain View, SF | VISA | REMOTE (maybe)

Come make the web a better place! UserTesting.com is the premier usability-testing-as-a-service and is used by over 30,000 companies, including the top-10 web properties. We are a team of ~20 engineers.

We're looking for DevOps engineers who have the mindset of a good developer (keeping things simple, reducing coupling, averse to all things “fiddly” etc) who also enjoy building automated, stable, scalable infrastructure. You should be enthusiastic about fostering DevOps culture amongst our engineering teams and helping developers help themselves. We are migrating our infrastructure over to AWS OpsWorks so AWS and Chef experience is ++. You will be our 2nd fulltime DevOps hire and will be playing a huge role in designing our systems and leading our DevOps efforts.

Also looking for senior engineers to iterate on our Rails/Angular/Grape/MySQL/Redis stack, or those interested in managing engineering teams. Backend candidates should have good architectural design sense and be interested in contributing to DevOps work. Frontend candidates should be comfortable working in JS frameworks such as Angular, and have an eye for design. Manager candidates should have a Servant Leadership attitude.

We pride ourselves on keeping things simple and being NICE - there are no egos here. "We're a team of leaders" in the sense that each engineer is expected to take stories from start to running on prod with little/no oversight. We have huge clients and hence are obsessed in ensuring good customer experiences!

Interested? Apply here: https://jobs.lever.co/usertesting/

If you have more questions about our culture, day-to-day, etc, I'd be happy to answer: suan at usertesting dot com


I used usertesting before and it's crazy expensive.

I now just embed a screenr on my site and get Mechanical Turk testers to record their tests per the instructions I left. Cost me a few bucks per test to even sometime less.


This is a fantastic company. I've had interactions with many members of their team and used a few of their products and they rock.


Glad you loved us and thanks for your endorsement! =D


Datadog - New York City

We're hiring engineers that specialize in one of the following: + Data visualization in the browser + Go and distributed systems + System programming and low-level performance optimization + Data Engineering on the hadoop/spark/python stack

We're one of the very few NYC startups to be engineering-driven and working on hard, large-scale data analysis and visualization problems. We're also growing very fast :-)

Our product is built by engineers for engineers which means you can and will have a lot of impact on it.

More details at http://jobs.datadoghq.com/


Are you guys interested in hiring interns?

I find myself qualified for a couple of the jobs specified.


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Location: Princeton, NJ. No telecommuting.

Edgestream Partners seeks scientists and machine learning experts to join its research team.

About us: We are a well-established asset manager, founded and run by scientists with a taste for programming. We trade around the world and around the clock, using advanced mathematical techniques to predict the behavior of financial markets. Our trading is fully systematic and completely automated.

Our research team is an intellectually diverse group of scientists and engineers. We are responsible for the development of our trading strategies. We perform the research, and we write the code. This is a collaborative effort; our success is derived from the knowledge we share. We program in Python and Cython, on Linux, using industry-standard open source tools like git and numpy wherever possible. When we build our own software, we do it carefully, with a focus on generality and reusability. We work reasonable hours in a pleasant environment, and we dress however we like.

About you: We're looking for someone who has demonstrated the ability to conduct first rate scientific research and who is comfortable with programming and complex data. We generally prefer technical PhDs, but we are not degree obsessed - impact and contributions matter more than a degree. The ability to communicate clearly and collaborate fruitfully is essential. No knowledge of finance is required.

We're looking for someone who wants to stay with us long term, as we compound our knowledge and grow our business.

Compensation is attractive, consisting of a base salary and a bonus tied to company wide performance. Benefits are comprehensive. Lunch is delivered.

Send inquiries to careers@edgestreamlp.com. If you send us a resume, please include your PhD thesis, a few of your papers and a brief summary of your scientific and/or technical contributions.


You say that you merely prefer the Ph.D. credential, and that you're not degree obsessed, but further down you say that if a person submits a resume they should include their Ph.D. thesis. Can you provide some clarification on what exactly are the requirements to be considered for a role?


if you have a PhD, great send it... if you don't have one that's perfectly fine - we'd love to hear from you either way. We value honest scientific contributions, not pieces of paper.


Already have a job I love, so I'm not interested, but I was surprised to see that you guys are in the building right next to where I work remotely from (Princeton Overlook). Nice to know there are other Python machine learning people close by.


Cool - join us for lunch sometime (just let me know in advance, my email is stef at edgestreamlp .and.a.dot.com) - we're fed M,T,T,F... and please keep us in mind if you know of any talented software developers!

-Stef


Nice to see other devs in the area — good luck with your search!


Navdy Inc. (www.navdy.com) - Full-Time in San Francisco, CA

Navdy is a Head-Up Display (HUD) for your car. It connects to your phone and lets you use all the apps you love while keeping your eyes on the road. Navdy sit on your dash and works in the car you already have. We are currently hiring:

Senior Software Engineer - You love writing beautiful functional apps for a living. You’re part engineer, part visual artist, part interaction designer. We’re looking for software developers who could build beautifully designed apps without help from our designers.

Senior Mobile App Developer - We're looking for skills in each of these categories: Web environments: Rails, Node, Javascript, Angular, ... Programming languages: C, C++, Java, Objective C, Python, Ruby, SQL ... Mobile programming: iOS, Android Miscellaneous: Linux administration, SQL, etc.

Please apply through https://www.navdy.com/jobs


I'm biased of course, but this is one of the most amazing things happening in San Francisco right now.


Akvo Foundation - akvo.org - AMS, Amsterdam, Netherlands (and DC, LON, STO, OUA, NBO, DEL, BLR, SIN and more)

Akvo develops open-source software which we run as a service, which is used mainly in international development across Central America, Africa, Asia and the Pacific. We build data collection, mashup, management, visualisation and publishing tools. We work with thousands of NGOs, many UN organisations and countries. Our tools get used in everything from disaster response to environmental preservation.

We are hiring:

- UX designer - Helsinki (primary), Amsterdam, London, Stockholm, Bangalore (REMOTE possible for the right candidate)

- Senior technical services consultant - Amsterdam

- Senior devops engineer - Location: Amsterdam, London, Stockholm or Bangalore

Full descriptions here: http://akvo.org/about-us/working-at-akvo/

UX designer

We are seeking a skilled, self-motivated, proactive and energetic UX designer. Working closely to the lead designer and product managers, your primary responsibility will be to grow concepts through design exploration, ideation and user validation. Your core skills are in product design and interaction design.

Senior technical services consultant and coordinator

As a technical services consultant and coordinator you work together with our partner teams and technical consultants to help implement and integrate Akvo’s tools with our partner organisations’ systems.

Senior devops engineer

Akvo seeks a senior DevOps engineer with leadership experience to initially lead our small Infrastructure team and later expand this to include live support team members. The role will have a mixture of hands-on work to maintain and expand our growing technology infrastructure as well as leadership and management of our infrastructure needs over the coming years.


Mesosphere - [mesosphere.io] - San Francisco

We're hiring for a number of positions in both our Hamburg, Germany and our San Francisco, CA offices:

+ Engineering Manager + Frontend Engineer + Distributed Applications Engineer + Distributed Systems Engineer + Linux Systems Engineer + Solutions Architect

Full details are at http://mesosphere.io/jobs/, please apply online or email me at ryan@mesosphere.io for more information!

We've raised 40m in less than 2 years, are visa friendly, contribute extensively to open source (we're building products and services around the Apache Mesos project) and have great investors, advisors and engineers.

Work ranges from Javascript to Python to Go to Scala to C++, depending on the layer of the stack and application to hand. Get in touch!


Deca Technologies - Phoenix, AZ - on-site - EDA Software Engineer

Deca Technologies is an electronic interconnect solutions provider that offers wafer level chip scale packaging (WLCSP) and fan-out wafer level packaging (FO-WLP) services to the semiconductor industry.

Deca's software engineers develop next-generation electronic design automation (EDA) tools and manufacturing software that enable Deca's unique approach to wafer level semiconductor packaging. EDA software requires cross-disciplinary skills and knowledge related to the semiconductor packaging technology and the complex CAD tools used during the design process. In addition, manufacturing systems require skills in high-reliability distributed systems that perform compute intensive tasks across large server clusters. As a software engineer, you will work with a team on developing and supporting EDA tools and distributed systems in a fast-paced environment. We need our engineers to have a passion for learning new technologies and the drive to tackle new problems as we transform the electronic interconnect industry.

Our technical stack consists of Python and C/C++ for high performance portions. These systems run in distributed configurations, both local high reliability clusters and cloud resources. Deca Technologies offers software engineers a chance to apply their skills to a new field and learn a vast new domain.

Contact: craig.bishop@decatechnologies.com


Hillary for America (HFA) | NYC | Frontend, Backend, and DevOps

Our engineers will be building the next generation digital organizing platform for the 2016 race. Right now we're a small team, but we have many spots on our technology team to fill. It's so early that we don't have a great job site yet. Here's a little bit of info about us:

Our Chief Digital Strategist, Teddy Goff, is from Obama 2008 & 2012. Our CTO, Stephanie Hannon, is from Google. I worked Obama 2012 and more recently came from Optimizely to HFA as the Director of Frontend Engineering and Optimization.

If you haven't worked on a campaign before, it is quite a unique experience. If you're interested, email your resume to kylerrush at gmail dot com and let me know what kind of role you're looking for!


Dato | Seattle, WA - We are hiring front-end engineers (UX and visualization), web developers, customer facing software engineer/data scientists, technical writers/content editors.

Dato is at the forefront of machine learning technology, committed to bringing predictive analytics to the masses. Work with an amazing engineering team with a vision, and deliver real customer value every day. Our platform encompasses prototyping, data exploration/visualization, model building, and production tools, and we offer the opportunity to work on the whole stack. Help move the industry forward in the world of predictive analytics and intelligent applications!

UX dev: Work with React.js/C++/Python to build delightful and useful data visualization and dashboards. Web dev: Design and iterate on the dato.com property. Work with our in-house designers to build the best possible site. Customer facing engineer or data scientist: Hack on data and get results. Deliver value directly to our customers and help our product improve. Tech writer/editor: Help us communicate with the world in a singular, clear voice, across product documentation, in-product strings, and web materials.

Job descriptions here: https://dato.com/company/careers/index.html

Interested? Email jobs@dato.com.


Quovo - https://www.quovo.com/ - New York City (NYC, NY)

Quovo is a FinTech Big Data startup that helps investment advisors, financial institutions, and everyday investors manage their money more effectively.

Our platform aggregates and delivers robust data for millions of accounts from thousands of financial institutions, and our analytics engine regularly generates groundbreaking insights to help financial advisors and their clients. Learn more about us at www.quovo.com.

We're hiring!

Data Miner/WebCrawler + Extensive experience with Python, + Strong understanding of HTTP and webservers + Website crawling, DOM parsing + Data mining/retrieval experience, HTTP, HTML, JavaScript, Fiddler, etc. + Familiarity SQL a strong plus.

Front-End Developer + Work with JavaScript libraries such as Angular, React, & D3. + Ensure cross-browser compatibility. + Excellent HTML and CSS skills + Experience working in responsive front-end development

We’re VC-funded, located in the heart of Manhattan, and offer competitive salary and benefits, including stock options, free health insurance, and continuing education reimbursement (plus lots of free food!). Email info@quovo.com with a resume and description of relevant experience, and we'll take it from there… See more posting: https://angel.co/quovo-2/jobs


Code for a Cause : Web Developer for Healthcare Non-Profit (work from home in Toronto, ON)

We Canadians are proud of our universal health care, but our healthcare system faces difficult challenges. Our hospitals' staff use “enterprise”-quality software that is hostile to its users. Doctors often struggle with the software’s interfaces, and are unable to access the information that they need in a timely manner. Quality of care suffers.

KoNode is a small nonprofit software startup intent on fixing these problems. We’re building a series of open-source applications to “fill the gaps” in existing processes, and help medical staff provide better care.

Our team is ready to expand, and welcome a new developer with ninja-like coding skills and a passion for improving users' lives. A short-list of great perks of joining our team:

    - Work from home, on your own full-time schedule. Freelance freedom!
    - A team experienced with  healthcare workflow & users’ needs.
    - Regular in-person meetings at Toronto’s Centre for Social Innovation.
    - Strong network of healthcare, business, and programming consultants.
    - Happy, helpful team atmosphere. Driven to make an impact.
. . . and the goal we’re achieving together? Providing healthcare professionals (and beyond) with an accessible alternative to tedious, bulky, costly software. When an automated solution doesn’t yet exist... well, we make one happen. Simple.

Sounding even better? Here’s a picture of KoNode on the technical side:

    - Web (HTML/JS/CSS) + NodeJS (we use node-webkit, aka NW.js)
    - Cutting-edge libraries including Lodash, Moment.js, React, and more.
    - Modular design, piecing together apps using open-source and custom code.
    - Collaborative version control and feature management on Git[Hub].
    - Real-world testing & feedback with network of health professionals.
Team members must be able to meet in downtown Toronto periodically.

Ready to apply? Contact us with your resume and portfolio at david@konode.ca


Ayasdi | Menlo Park, CA | Full Time | REST API Engineer

-- the pitch --

Ayasdi uses a pioneering approach to automatically discover insights from complex data. Founded in 2008 after a decade of research at Stanford, DARPA, and NSF, Ayasdi uses Topological Data Analysis (TDA) to unify best-of-breed machine learning approaches into a common framework without the need to write algorithms, queries or models. We’re building a platform to solve some of the world’s most complex data problems, are well funded by top-tier VCs and have a passionate team with a great culture.

-- position info --

As a REST API engineer on the frontend team you will help architect one of the most important products Ayasdi has to offer. The API allows customers to automate common processes and integrate the core Ayasdi functionality with their existing tools, in addition to being the data layer that all of our web applications use. You would be the second person on our API team, so you will have the freedom and flexibility to make large architectural decisions as the company grows.

-- requirements --

• Experience building and maintaining APIs used by demanding customers

• Ability to write comprehensive unit and integration tests

• Proficiency with the modern Java platform and patterns, including dependency injection, advanced annotation usage, and concurrency facilities

• Experience navigating the Java library ecosystem, in particular outside of JEE

• Familiarity with Jersey, Mockito, and code generation is a plus

• Familiarity with machine learning, statistics, or data visualization is a big plus

-- contact --

I'm on the frontend engineering team, but we are also hiring compute and backend engineers. Feel free to send me an email if you want to know more: danny@ayasdi.com Or head over to our careers page: http://www.ayasdi.com/company/careers/


I applied to Ayasdi (backend / computing role) via jobvite, but did not receive a notification that the application was submitted/received or any follow up.


Ack, sorry about that. Can you shoot me an email with your name or jobvite ID? I'll look into it.

danny@ayasdi.com


Square, New York City (NYC)

Square! In 2013 we opened an office in NYC in SoHo. We've grown to nearly a hundred people across all disciplines and are working on building two of the highest impact products at Square.

In NYC we're looking for:

* Fullstack Engineers: work across Square's systems, from the money moving infrastructure that touched tens of billions of dollars last year, to one of the largest Ember.js apps in the world.

* Product managers: Help shape a product used by millions of businesses of all sizes.

* Product designers: We are one of the most design driven tech companies building consumer and merchant applications today.

If you're interested, I'd love to chat and tell you more. Shoot me an email with your resume! wkm@squareup.com

We can sponsor VISAs.

http://square.jobs


ShareLaTeX/DataJoy - UK, full-time, REMOTE, second non-founder developer.

Help us empower scientists by building usable open-source research tools.

We're looking for a remote full-time developer to join our team at ShareLaTeX (https://www.sharelatex.com) and DataJoy (https://www.getdatajoy.com). ShareLaTeX is an online LaTeX editor with over 400,000 registered users, and DataJoy is our new app for online data analysis with Python and R. We're aiming to make these technologies more accessible and easy to use for academics doing data analysis, numerical modelling and statistical analysis.

You should be comfortable quickly learning new technologies and enthusiastic about improving the efficiency of scientists and their tools. Our current technology stack involves Node.js, MongoDB, Redis, Coffeescript, Angular.js, and Docker, so experience in these is useful but not required. We’d rather see that you have demonstrable interest in the problems we are solving, and that you’ve created some great stuff in the past. We would love someone with front-end experience and a good sense of usability design, but we won't discount people with more of a backend focus.

Some reasons you'd enjoy working for us:

* Around 80% of our codebase is open-source and we’re big fans of free software.

* We’re agile (with a lower case a). We test everything (unit and acceptance), we have a CI build process, a full staging environment to play with, and we automate as much as possible.

* We don’t expect you to have to fill up a 9-5, 40 hour work week. A work/life balance is important and we don’t think programming is an activity that can be neatly time boxed.

* You can work fully remotely (in fact, you probably will). All founders and employees work remotely at the moment.

* We’re a bootstrapped company with no outside investors.

Send us an email: team@sharelatex.com


Venmo - https://venmo.com - New York, NY; San Francisco, CA, or REMOTE

Since 2009, Venmo has been connecting and empowering people through payments. Venmo has been hailed as “the crown jewel of all finance apps” by Forbes, and nominated “#1 app college students should download right now” by Buzzfeed. With Venmo, you can make and share payments instantly on your iPhone or Android device (or online), for free. Pay for dinner, split rent, or just say hello. Venmo makes sending and receiving money fast, simple, and fun. At Venmo, we believe that innovation is fostered in an environment that values intellectual curiosity and the joy of learning. We are changing the world from our offices in New York and San Francisco, and we'd love for you to join us!

Platform Engineer (Python): http://grnh.se/ghj2na

Web Engineer: http://grnh.se/dlaqy3

Lead Security Engineer: http://grnh.se/vy4ew6

Android Engineer: http://grnh.se/s6jb1a

iOS Engineer: http://grnh.se/kyr102

DevOps Engineer: http://grnh.se/jyf8et


Hi, I am a High School student, who is trying to find an internship this summer. I have been programming for six years now, and am taking data structures at Columbia University this summer. I know you are looking for a employee, but if you want an intern I can send you my resume. Just email me at scellenoff@gmail.com


OkCupid | NYC (local only)

We’re a team of ~30 in charge of the best free dating website in the world. If you work here, you'll have tons of responsibility and flexibility in the kinds of problems you work on. Some of us focus on improving matching and looking at data, others on performance and our open-source C++ web server, others on writing modern frontend code for new and rewritten features. We're looking for a few kinds of experienced people:

- Software engineers to work on a mix of the site backend, matching system, web server, and data analysis. You'll write mostly C++ and Python, but it's okay if you don't know them yet.

- Web developers to work on our next-generation mobile site. Experience or interest in Angular, and experience with mobile browsers, are plusses.

- An iOS developer to take the lead on our iPhone and Apple Watch apps. If you've ever used an iPhone app and thought, "I could make this so much better,” we should talk. Our app is a custom web/native hybrid so if you're interested in working on the web parts too, that's even better.

Benefits include great coworkers, monthly happy hours (optional), and whatever hardware you want.

We're also looking for an experienced product designer and sysadmin (two jobs, not one). Check out our careers page for details: https://www.okcupid.com/careers

Submit your resume there, or email me with any questions at all (address on my profile).


Syapse Inc -- Palo Alto, CA & Philadelphia, PA

Roles: Customer Solutions Software Engineer (Python/JavaScript), Customer Solutions Project Manager

Be a part of a team helping to cure cancer, stop heart disease, and deliver the right drugs to the right people at the right time with software for precision medicine.

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

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

I'm especially looking to hire Customer Solutions Engineers for the Philly office (http://syapse.com/about/careers/openings/?gh_jid=32512). So if you're on the East Coast and always wanted to join a Bay Area startup, but didn't want to relocate, now is your chance!

We're especially interested in people with Python experience. Any experience with healthcare, electronic health records, or genomics is a bonus.

Learn more about what we're doing from our presentation at AWS re:Invent: http://www.syapse.com/blog/aws-reinvent-video-and-slides-now...


Naval Research Lab - Washington, DC

Roles:  Java developer, GIS specialist, RF engineer

Our team at NRL is looking for a couple more talented software developers and RF / electrical engineers.  Our work focuses on visualizing geospatial and scientific data, integrating it with various software, and scientific computing.  We work primarily with Java, but try to make the best of it by using the new Java 8 features (lambdas, optionals, streams). Ruby, Python, and Matlab are sometimes used as well.

There are no stock options at NRL, but there are interesting problems, good co-workers, flexible hours, excellent continuing education opportunities, and stability.  US citizenship and the ability to hold a security clearance are required.  All work is on-site.  A B.S. in a technical subject (preferably computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, or physics) is required with GPA > 3.0.  Internships for students working toward a technical degree are also available.

For more information about our group, please visit http://www.nrl.navy.mil/tewd/organization/5770/5774. Send resumes or questions to buildersupport at nrl dot navy dot mil.


Best Buy - Minneapolis, MN (actually Richfield, MN) - http://www.bestbuy-jobs.com/job/Richfield-API-Lead-Engineer-...

Best Buy is looking for an API Lead Engineer. What's the culture like? Well, look at https://developer.bestbuy.com/team - this is where you'll be. We're looking for somebody who is passionate about RESTful APIs and believes that APIs are the future of the web.

The details of the tech stack are in the description, but the highlights of responsibilities and requirements: - You want to help shape a culturally self-governed team

- You'll work on defining strategy and requirements and then leading feature and platform development

- You have experience in eCommerce technologies (ideally with Java and something like Dropwizard)

- You have experience with large database-driven applications and/or distributed computing

(If you'd like to learn most first, my email is in my profile. I'll only reply to emails from actual potential candidates, too many offshore agency lurkers in this thread for me to answer you all...)


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

TL;DR: Full-time, local only. Contact hack@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 us at hack@ownlocal.com.


> We treat employees like humans

Great benefit!


I guess this matters to me because I've worked at places where they didn't :-/.


Yes. I'm fortunate to be working at a startup where people are valued, but most of my friends who ended up taking jobs at big companies are just "resources" :(


Designer with Frontend skills

Budapest, Hungary - Full time

How a Car Works [0] is growing rapidly and has huge potential - traffic has grown steadily for two years and what began as a side-project is now a sustainable business with more to come.

You'll create and implement a new design that makes the most of the content and illustrations (which are in the process of being recreated in SVG). How a Car Works is one of a number of projects we have that need the hand of a skilled designer.

Send an email with details of some things you have created to alex@cogniso.com.

We'll be hiring a ruby developer in the next month too - drop me an email if that's your thing.

[0] http://www.howacarworks.com


New York - Full Time - Senior Frontend Developer

Symbiont.io is a financial technology startup working to bridge the gap between cryptocurrency technology and mainstream finance. Our team consists of known leaders in both fields, with three of its founders having co-founded the Counterparty platform, and its other founder behind two alternative trading systems and the original LavaFlow ECN. We are looking for a strong full-stack web developer. Applicants must be intelligent and passionate self-starters who have experience working remotely, work well with a team, and can pick up new programming languages and frameworks quickly.

We are offering a competitive salary, plus benefits. We want our team members to share in our success, and to have equity to benefit from it. Native English speakers are preferred. Although you will primarily be working from home, applicants must live within a one hour commute of Manhattan. Hours will be flexible.

Although we are a new company, we have already attracted significant investor interest and press coverage, and our founding team has a history of pioneering in the cryptocurrency space. By joining Symbiont, you have the opportunity to become an early, integral team member of a project to revolutionize modern finance, as well as the ability to work with (and help to define) truly cutting-edge blockchain and cryptocurrency technology.

For the complete job requirements, please see our listing on Stack Overflow Careers: http://careers.stackoverflow.com/jobs/86268/senior-frontend-...


> Native English speakers are preferred

I was really interested, but found this off-putting. It could be worded differently.


AmazonUI (AUI) team at Amazon - Seattle or San Francisco - Full time - On-site only - 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 to give you an idea of who you will be working with, the folks responsible for these articles are on our team: http://bjk5.com/post/44698559168/breaking-down-amazons-mega-... http://techcrunch.com/2011/09/02/amazon-coms-big-redesign-is...

If you're interested, drop us an email. Heck, you can even drop us an email if you're in Seattle or San Francisco and you just want to have coffee:

    function getEmailAddr( company ) {
        company = company.replace(/\.com$/i, "").toLowerCase();
        return String.fromCharCode(97, 117, 105, 45, 104, 110) + "@" + company + ".com";
    }


aui-hn [at] amazon dot com


Menlo Park, Ca - Full time - Frontend, Backend, Dev Ops, ML/AI

Blackbird is a stealth, ventured backed, artificial intelligence technology company focused on solving some important challenges created by the shift from desktop to mobile. Our stack is primarily in functional style Scala (we are heavy functional programming users) with most of our AI stack in Python and C++.

We're one of a few startups that do AI research above and beyond product development. We host regular talks on multiple disciplines ranging from systems to functional programming to deep learning.

The team was founded by former Stanford CS graduates that built self driving cars, search at Google and Yahoo Research, co-authored the google file system and scaled Twitter to 200 million users. Our open source code powers Snapchat, Tumblr, Wikipedia in production today.

We're currently looking to add some great engineers to our team. Have a passion for AI/ML and want to work with the bleedingist of edges? Want to write highly scalable software with the architects who scaled Twitter and Google? Want to run ops for software which is designed for fault tolerance? Want to design next generation user interfaces? jobs at blackbird.am


Distil Networks - http://www.distilnetworks.com - DC, SF, NC and some remote

Distil finds and blocks bots and content scrapers from attacking our client's websites with form fraud, content theft, price scraping, and other nefarious activity. We see a significant portion of internet traffic and filter in real-time the humans from the bots.

We're hiring:

- Ruby/Rails developer - RoR runs our client-facing backend and reporting system.

- Senior Full stack Ruby developer - Support the complex real-time reporting and logging infrastructre that our customers and internal SE's see.

- Senior Javascript engineer - No frameworks. You'll be working to reverse engineer common scraping tools and finding ways to identify and block them.

- QA Automation engineer - build automatic testing systems for everything in the company.

- Front End engineer - Build out the client-facing portal where all of the customer data, charts are reports are shown.

- Data science - We use machine learning to identify bot behavioral patters.

- Support engineers - Find out what's broken or figure out why the customer thinks it's broken.

- Web developer to work with marketing

You can apply at http://www.distilnetworks.com/jobs/ or email me directly: william dot cox at distilnetworks dot com with a resume and a brief comment on your desire and ability and I'll see that it gets into the pipeline.


MapD | San Francisco (city) | Frontend Visualization Developer, Backend Developer

MapD (http://www.mapd.com) is a Google Ventures/Nvidia backed seed-stage startup that builds a hyper-fast big data analytics visualization platform that takes advantage of the massive parallelism and high memory bandwidth of GPUs. We literally can run queries orders of magnitude faster than other systems and since the results are on the GPUs, we easily visualize the result sets or feed them into machine learning pipelines. We’re looking for:

Frontend Developer – Someone with lots of experience with D3.js, preferably also with Crossfilter.js and WebGL/Three.js. Needs to have good design sense and significant data visualization background. Knowledge of WebWorkers and WebSockets a plus.

Backend Developer - Someone with strong experience in C++ and database/systems programming. Knowledge of CUDA/OpenCL, X64 Optimization, and/or OpenGL a major plus.

We’re a small but growing team with deep knowledge of databases and GPU Programming. Benefits and equity are competitive ($100K-$130K / 1+%).

Please email jobs@mapd.com if you're interested!


Endgame | DC | SF

Join Endgame in Building Next Generation Cyber Security Products! We are looking for a highly technical, creative and motivated software engineer who is excited to work in a fast-paced, innovative, and agile development environment, while solving critical cyber security problems. Ideal candidates have experience in rapid and early product lifecycle development.

Some Open Positions: Python Engineers, QA Automation Engineers, Front End Engineers

Sound like fun? Checkout our current openings https://www.endgame.com/careers and get in touch - jbrown (at) endgame.com


Beware of showing any weakness, though, because Endgame will label you a needs mentorship candidate, and gosh darn it, the company is just full up with employees who need mentorship. Come back later. Much later. Bye.


Rover.com - Full Time - Seattle, WA - Full Stack Engineer

Rover.com is a place where dog owners can find and book dog sitters in their area. We help owners find quality sitters and facilitate the entire experience, so dog owners can comfortably travel without worry about the well-being of their furry family members. We are a rapidly growing and well-financed startup founded and based in downtown Seattle.

We're looking for an experienced Django/Python developer who has experience with one of the following: split testing, search algorithms and/or machine learning.

Our style:

- Dogs in the office. Bring yours, too!

- Lightweight, Agile processes constantly improved with retrospectives.

- Fully automated testing and deployment system. Just merge your branch and it ships.

- Integrated teams with developers and designers work side-by-side.

- Data-driven decision making with A/B testing.

If you’re up for all of this and ready to hang out with a bunch of dogs, give us a shout. We’re excited to hear from you!

This position is based at Rover HQ in Downtown Seattle. Competitive salary & benefits depending on experience. Candidates must be eligible to work in the US.

To join the team at Rover, check out http://jobs.rover.com


Be a full time DB Rethinker (rethinkdb.com) - Mountain View, CA.

As a core part of the development team you will be applying deep computer science and software engineering knowledge to solving a new breed of data management problems. You will be responsible for enhancing the existing product with state of the art features to address scalability challenges for our customers.

Core tools: Linux, C/C++, Emacs/vi, gdb, Python.

Responsibilities:

  * Design, implement, and maintain database internals and distributed systems code.
  * Implement state of the art algorithms to solve real customer challenges.
  * Write code that is robust even under the most hostile workloads.
Skills:

  * Introduction to Algorithms by Cormen and Leiserson is your trusty friend.
  * Strong understanding of C/C++.
  * Strong knowledge of at least one additional language (Python, Java, Lisp, etc.)
  * Experience shipping high quality systems software.
  * Familiarity with distributed systems is a plus.
Send your resume to jobs@rethinkdb.com.


Realm (YC S11) — San Francisco, Copenhagen, some REMOTE (read for details)

Realm is hiring Android Developers, iOS Developers, C++ developers, .NET developers, JavaScript developers, Designers, QA Engineers and more. See all positions at http://realm.io/jobs

Realm (http://realm.io) is building a mobile database: a replacement for SQLIte & Core Data. In 9 months, we became the 2nd-most deployed database in the world, running on well over 100M devices. Our headquarters are in San Francisco, but we also have a big office in Copenhagen, Denmark, and more employees distributed around the world. We just announced we raised a $20M Series B last last month.

We have 2 Android positions that can be filled remotely from either Europe or Brazil, China, Taiwan, Singapore, South Korea. Read the jobs page for details.

See positions, locations and how to apply here: http://realm.io/jobs

If you have any questions, I’m VP Product at Realm and always happy to chat: tim@realm.io.


rem0te possible for C++ devs?


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


Final (YC W15) - Mountain View, CA - Full Time, On-site

Final is building the next generation of credit cards and is looking for:

Full Stack Engineer / Generalist (https://getfinal.com/jobs/fullstack/)

Frontend Engineer (https://getfinal.com/jobs/frontend/)

Final is a credit card that gives consumers total control over their merchant relationships and transparency in their spending. Rather than a single card number, Final generates multiple card numbers the consumer can restrict, and manages them automatically.

It works everywhere you buy; online, and offline, and implements with digital wallets like Google Wallet and ApplePay with zero updates to the payment infrastructure. With Final, you’ll never lose access to your spending ability from a breach, fraud, cancelled or stolen card ever again.

You can read more here: https://www.getfinal.com/jobs/


Zemanta, EU, Slovenia, Ljubljana

Zemanta is a native ads DSP platform making sure the right content find the right audience. Our market is mainly US. We use Go-lang and Python and modern infrastructural solutions.

If you are interested in building: Low latency and high throughput distributed systems applied for real time bidding on native ad inventory. Analytics and data processing pipeline for providing insights and -monitoring of campaigns run through our platform. Machine learning algorithms applied for optimizing campaigns for performance. Monitoring and testing infrastructure for making sure our services are of high quality, are up and stay performant.

Zemanta is looking for:

  - Senior Backend Engineer
  - Platform (full stack) Engineer
  - Data Scientist
App positions are in Ljubljana, Slovenia. It's a lovely country and with high quality of life and a great place for engineers due to a growing start-up and IT sector. We will help with relocation and a visa.

more at http://www.zemanta.com/engineering


ActBlue (https://secure.actblue.com)

All positions full time in Boston (actually Somerville) MA. Remote a possibility for the right candidate with remote experience.

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Senior Rails Developer

DevOps Engineer

UX Designer with front end implementation experience

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ActBlue powers the fundraising of the political and social left. If you’ve ever given online to a Democratic candidate or organization, chances are you’ve used our software.

In many ways, we are the left's secret force multiplier. We build amazing software so that campaigns don't need to reinvent the wheel every cycle.

Backend: Rails 4.2, PostgreSQL, Redis, Fastly

Frontend: Bootstrap, jQuery, Sass, D3, Highcharts

Ops: Chef, Rackspace cloud and AWS

ActBlue is a political non-profit that is well capitalized. This gives us the freedom to explore new electoral technology without influence from big donors or investors.

We are an established 10 year old organization. We have a startup / political campaign mentality without the pressure and long hours. Sustainability is valued.

More info at https://secure.actblue.com/content/jobs


Good Eggs - San Francisco, CA, Full Stack Engineers

http://www.goodeggs.com

=== About us ===

Good Eggs brings local, farm-fresh groceries right to your door! We are a technology focused company with a CTO who previously founded Carbon Five, an exceptional agile development shop. See our Engineering Blog and Github account:

http://bites.goodeggs.com

https://github.com/goodeggs/

We have a great mission (https://www.goodeggs.com/philosophy) - to grow and sustain local food systems worldwide - and everyone here is deeply committed to it. We have expanded to 4 cities - New York, New Orleans, Los Angeles and San Francisco - and our investors include Sequoia Capital, Harrison Metal, Baseline Ventures, Collaborative Fund and Westly Group, among others.

There are ~20 of us on the engineering team and we’re actively growing. We’re building next-generation web and mobile applications with JavaScript across the stack, including Node.js, MongoDB, AngularJS, Backbone, and CoffeeScript. The team has been built from the ground up with practices around test-driven development, pair programming, and continuous deployment.

== About you ===

Ideal Candidates Will Have:

* 3-5+ years full-stack web application development in Ruby, Python, Java, or JavaScript

* TDD experience / experience with pairing / Continuous Deployment

* Domain expertise in: e-commerce, billing, payments, or warehouse distribution software

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http://www.jobscore.com/jobs2/goodeggs/software-engineer/cQ_...

I’m happy to field any questions - feel free to e-mail me: daryl(at)goodeggs.com


Tilt (YC W12) - Front End Engineer (Tilt/Open) - San Francisco

Tilt/Open builds powerful tools to drive the world’s largest pre-order and crowdfunding projects. We’ve powered some of the most successful and well-known launches, working with companies like Soylent, Lytro, Navdy, Eero, Plastc, and many more.

We are a small “startup within a startup” team which grew from an experimental side project at Tilt, and many of us have backgrounds as former founders. We’re able to move extremely quickly, while also enjoying the benefits and support of the larger engineering organization and Tilt technology and brand.

We’re looking for team members who pair strong technical skills with an innate desire to work closely with customers to drive the product forward. Beyond our own areas of expertise, we take great pride in being well-rounded, full-stack developers (which sometimes encompasses non-technical parts of the “stack”).

Please apply at https://www.tilt.com/learn/jobs?gh_jid=62904.


BlueLabs | Washington, DC | Software Engineer

Who We Are

BlueLabs is a data, analytics, and technology firm formed by leadership from the Obama for America re-election campaign's analytics team. Join our team of analysts, data scientists, and software engineers as we leverage our groundbreaking technology to help identify prospective voters, donors and targets for a variety of sectors including political campaigns, nonprofits and human services providers.

Who You Are

You are a passionate engineer, and you want to make a difference. You want to work at an organization where the people care about what they are doing and work hard to achieve it.

Technically, you should…

* Know your way around a SQL database

* Be proficient in a few languages - and excited to dive into new ones (expect to see at least Ruby, Python, Scala and Java around here)

* Love to learn about new technologies (Spark, Mesos, Rails, and React are all part of our tech stack)

* Geek out about data, visualization, analytics or just plain problem solving

Also hiring DevOps Engineers, Data Scientists, other positions

http://www.bluelabs.com/opportunities


Pachyderm (YC W15) - SF Bay Area

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

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

pachyderm.io

github.com/pachyderm/pfs

Email: jobs@pachyderm.io



New York, NY [ON-SITE ONLY]

Squarespace – NY_Commit (Free trip to NYC if you interview with us!)

Squarespace's mission is to provide creative tools that help anyone give a voice to their ideas. From the designers and engineers who are creating the next generation of web and mobile experiences, to anyone putting a website together for the first time, Squarespace provides elegant solutions that set new standards for online publishing.

More information on NY_Commit: Software engineers based outside NYC will be invited to experience everything NYC has to offer with a weekend trip courtesy of Squarespace. Candidates will have the unique opportunity to explore our vibrant headquarter city for a long weekend, complete with a stay in the Soho Grand and visits to some of our favorite places, including comedy clubs, museums, and amazing restaurants.

Who we're looking for:

• Front End Engineers (JavaScript, React, HTML, CSS)

• Full Stack Engineers (Java, Javascript)

• Site Reliability Engineers (Java 8, Python, CentOS, Guice, Dropwizard, Jetty, Mongo, Jersey, Git, Gradle, RabbitMQ, Hadoop, Netty, Nagios, ZooKeeper, Elasticsearch, Graphite/Grafana, Splunk, Ansible, VMware ESXi, F5 load balancers)

• Data Engineers (Python, Flask, React, d3, IPython, Pandas, Celery, Elasticsearch, PostgreSQL, Ansible, Cassandra, Spark, Git, Stash)

• Server Engineers (Java 8, Mongo, Guice, Dropwizard, Jersey, Git, Gradle, RabbitMQ, Hadoop, ZooKeeper, Graphite, Ansible, Docker, Mesos, Elasticsearch)

Apply here: http://grnh.se/p8nmo2

More information: http://www.nycommit.com


Baltimore, MD; Reston, VA; FULL TIME

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

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

Contact me directly at sahil_lmn@yahoo.com.

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


Top Hat | https://tophat.com | Toronto (and US) | Various positions

Top Hat is hiring for a number roles: Mobile dev (iOS, Android), DevOps (AWS, RabbitMQ, MySQL), Full stack web developer (Python, Django, JavaScript, Nodejs.) We are also hiring interns for the Fall (Sept-Dec) term so please feel free to apply for that as well. Salary ranges based on experience from $70k to $100k.

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

Our dev team is in Toronto but we've also got an office in the US. If you're not based in Canada or the US but are willing to relocate feel free to contact us, because we do cover relocation expenses and will help you manage the work permit and VISA process.

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


Dataquest (www.dataquest.io) | Boston, MA | Software engineer, data scientist

Dataquest is an early stage online education company making "codecademy for data science". Since we launched a few months ago, we've taught tens of thousands of students around the world everything from basic python to data visualization to machine learning. We're expanding, and looking for a full-stack developer and a data scientist to help people learn, apply, and prove their data science skills.

Our tech stack is Python and Javascript (Django + Angular), with docker used for code sandboxing and deployment/testing. A software engineer would focus on building and improving the learning platform, whereas a data scientist would focus on content, community, and analytics.

The salary range is 75k-90k, with significant equity (2-5%). This is a great chance to have a huge impact on the development of an early stage startup. We have an office in downtown Boston, and great investors.

Email vik@dataquest.io if you're interested.


The example you provide on the page: "discover what you should name your kid if you want them to be a US senator" are you actually going to show causal estimates? Names are very endogenous. If you are looking at the likelihood of being a US senator conditioning on someones name, this is very different from the causal effect of the name.


HealthVerity | Software Engineers & Architect/Devops | Philadelphia, PA | On Site

We are working on novel data analytics solutions that make the healthcare industry smarter and more efficient. By integrating large-scale healthcare data with geolocation data, we are enhancing decision-making capabilities for healthcare payers and providers and enabling better patient engagement solutions.

Working with our product and development teams, you will own and be responsible for architecting and implementing scalable solutions that offer our customers new insights on their own businesses. You’ll use the best tools for the job, whether modern and revolutionary or time tested and proven, to deliver elegant, scalable solutions that meet business and technical needs.

You will play an integral part in building the foundation of everything to come.

We're looking for software and devops engineers adept in tools like hadoop, spark, redis, aws, python, java, scala, go, chef, docker

If interested, please email me directly jcappiello@healthverity.com


Color Genomics | Burlingame, CA | Full Stack, Backend, Bioinformatics

Color Genomics is democratizing access to high-quality genetic testing. Our first product, a breast and ovarian cancer risk test that's 1/10 the price of existing offerings, launched 2 weeks ago and was covered in Fast Company, Forbes, and the New York Times[1].

We're lucky to have a team that represents the best from of the worlds of software development and next-generation DNA sequencing, and a scientific advisory board that includes the scientist who discovered the BRCA1 gene.

If you're an engineer who's willing to learn about biological problems, or have experience in next-generation sequencing, feel free to contact me directly: nish@getcolor.com

More info on our mission: https://getcolor.com/#/blog/2015/04/cancer-touches-everyone

[1] Press coverage:

- http://www.fastcompany.com/3045249/most-creative-people/ex-g...

- http://www.forbes.com/sites/matthewherper/2015/04/21/start-u...

- http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/21/business/more-accurate-aff...


DirtJockey | http://dirtjockey.com | Greenville, SC (see details) | Full Stack & Intern Devs

DirtJockey is a CRM and inventory management tool for heavy equipment dealers (think bulldozers, excavators, etc). We bring the messy, offline workflows of dealers and their sales staff online into a central, easy to use platform. We have just launched our MVP and closed our seed round of $625k from well known angels. Our users are passionate about the problems we are solving and provide excellent insight into our antiquated industry. We’re charging head first into some really interesting problems, the solutions of which will completely disrupt the industry - and we need your help!

Stack:

Backend: Ruby (Rails), PostgreSQL, Redis (Sidekiq), AWS

Frontend: AngularJS, Bootstrap, Sass

Full Stack Developer:

You are an experienced developer on every level of the web stack. You have strong experience (3+ yrs) with Rails and {{ flavorOfTheMonthJavascriptFramework }}, but also know how to properly normalize a database. Bonus points: experience with data mining, mobile (Android/iOS). Preferably local but remote for the right candidate that has experience with distributed teams. Competitive pay with benefits, equity, and relocation if needed.

Software Intern:

You are a budding software engineer looking to step away from the abstractions of academia and get your hands dirty. You are interested in ‘owning’ a project for the duration of your internship. You have an understanding of how web MVC works, prior web development experience, and a burning desire to master Rails in a short period of time! Competitive pay with travel reimbursement.

Apply at: http://dirtjockey.breezy.hr or email josh+hn [at] dirtjockey.com


Qriously (qriously.com) - London, UK - Full-time - Frontend Engineer

We've developed a data platform for serving questions to billions of people in real­time for use in mobile advertising, research, and business intelligence. We're looking for a frontend engineer to help us build beautiful interactive components for web and mobile.

A few of nice things we offer include a competitive salary, unlimited holiday, gym membership.

For more information … http://qrious.ly/1PcyKoI


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


Alphataraxia | Washington DC | Developer

Alphataraxia Management is a fast-growing investment management group with offices in both Washington DC and Los Angeles. We operate with a start-up model, using small teams and few layers of management to rapidly identify, understand, and capitalize on opportunities in the energy space. We deploy our investors’ capital across a diversified set of markets where rigorous quantitative analysis of big data can provide an edge.

We are looking for hard-working candidates with a strong programming background to help us continue to build out our back-end data collection and storage systems. As performance merits, the role would expand into taking ownership of parts of the firm's system infrastructure, and performing data analytics.

Our greatest advantage is that we offer dramatically higher rates-of-learning than are found in more traditional roles. We expect candidates to be given a high level of responsibility and freedom. Applicants with a strong programming background will thrive in our information-rich environment.

Duties and Responsibilities: - Automate the import of data from a variety of different data vendors and a variety of different data formats into our proprietary tools and databases - Work independently in the development, testing, implementation and maintenance of complex systems with fast turnaround. - Provide support and reactive development for the investment teams; often by creating in-house data visualization tools

Minimum Qualifications: - Strong understanding and experience with a back-end programming language - Familiarity using MySQL, Oracle or similar relational database - Ability to develop on Linux and/or Windows - Willingness to follow our code precedents, conventions, and documentation standards - At least a BS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or an equivalent degree - Willingness to work in collaborative environment

Ping us at careers@alphataraxia.com


FinFolio | Greenwood Village, CO | C#/SQL/ASP.Net

FinFolio is a boutique technology company that makes software for professional financial advisers. We are seeking long-term employees who will grow with the company over a period of years. I am the founder and am a serial entreprenur in this space with a background in software development.

We have fun; I serve margaritas every Friday and we occasionally kick off early to catch movie premieres. We're centrally located in the Denver Tech Center, with free parking, health care, 30" monitors, great chairs, free soda/snacks, Foosball, video games, casual dress and other amenities.

Mainly Microsoft stack, we are hiring two positions:

- C#/SQL Developer

- Full Stack C#/SQL/ASP.Net Developer (mostly coding with a bit of Dev Ops)

http://finfolio.com/aboutus/Pages/Careers.aspx


Any remote work possible?

I'd like to move to CO but my wife is in grad school still. Maybe divorce is imminent! ;-)


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&...


One Codex (YC S14) – Genomic search and data platform. Senior software engineer. 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 GOOD FIT IF:

* You’re an experienced 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

WHY ONE CODEX?

* 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.

APPLY Please send us a note about your interest and background at careers@onecodex.com (including a resume or portfolio link). You can also email me directly at nick@onecodex.com.


New York City - Moat

Moat is a growing analytics startup with products in two core areas:

1) Analytics

Moat Analytics analyzes content and advertisements for many of the most trafficked websites on the Internet. We give customers metrics like ad viewability, attention and user engagement. We were one of the first companies to begin measuring viewability and we helped make these metrics a standard in the online ad industry.

2) Search

We scrape the Internet for online ads. This allows us to give advertisers, publishers and adtech companies an overview of the entire online ad ecosystem. This is hugely valuable information - our customers can see their competitors' ad campaigns, find prospects by seeing the clients of similar sites or see trends in the industry before anyone else. We have a free product, moat.com and a premium product, Moat Pro.

Both technical and non-technical openings can be found at jobs.moat.com


Locus Energy: http://locusenergy.com/

San Francisco, CA. Remotes, interns and those needing visas are encouraged to apply.

About us: We’re dedicated to the proliferation of sustainable energy solutions. To that end, we build software to monitor, analyze and manage the performance of tens of thousands of solar power systems. We’re a mature startup with a close-knit team that is greater than the sum of its parts. Our organization provides some structure while still leaving plenty of opportunities to make your mark. We’re not perfect but constantly improving. We value folks who offer a new perspective and play nicely with others.

About you: You’re passionate about sustainable energy and want to play a part of pushing our society in that direction. Nothing would excite you more than wedding your engineering prowess with your dreams of clean, green energy. You write a failing test before fixing a bug. You are thoughtful, curious and ask questions when you don’t understand. You take ownership of your responsibilities and see them through to the entire development lifecycle from design to maintenance.

Perks:

- Conveniently located in downtown SF, a few minutes' walk from Montgomery St station

- Relaxed work atmosphere. Flexible working hours and work from home policies.

- Health insurance, 401k, and all the other benefits of a real company

- Fruit, snacks. Bagels and lunch each provided 1x a week.

- A spacious new office complete with a living room couch, big screen TV, PS3 and darts.

We are looking for both frontend and backend engineers that are familiar with any combination of Java, Scala, Python, JavaScript (especially Ember, Angular or Backbone), and MySQL. For more details, head here: http://locusenergy.com/company/careers/.


The web page actually has less info than you posted. Should I post to contact email?


FiscalNote, Inc. - DC, NYC, & Remote - Full time - Authorized to work in US only

Open Positions: Senior Software Engineer, Architect, Front-End Engineer, SDET, Data Scientist, QA Engineers, and Product Managers.

With $17 million in funding over the last 6 months, we are looking to further build out our engineering and data science teams!

At FiscalNote, we're building predictive analytics platforms for open data that impact every corner of industry and society. We're penetrating sectors untouched by advanced machine learning and NLP methods. CNN called us one of the Top 10 Startups in America in 2014. The legacy competition is not pleased.

We love engineering across a cutting-edge stack, we love our customers, and most importantly, we love our team. Job descriptions and requirements can be found at fiscalnote.com/careers.

Want to be FN Awesome? Email jobs@fiscalnote.com.


Walt Disney Animation Studios ~ Burbank, CA

If you're reading this then you're looking at a super-rare opportunity. We're looking to hire a CTO!

We also have opportunities for Linux-savvy software engineers. Disney Animation is a great studio working on cutting-edge animation tech.

We are a primarily a Linux, C++, and Python shop.

Shoot me an email (my username @gmail.com) if you're interested, and please apply online:

http://www.disneyanimation.com/careers/open-positions

Here's a sampling of some of our publications in case you're interested in some of the areas we've been exploring lately:

http://www.disneyanimation.com/technology/publications


Rackspace - San Francisco, CA (will relocate and remote possible)

TLDR; email me if you want a great job writing software to change the world: laureen.edmiston@rackspace.com

We are changing the future of cloud computing at Rackspace and collaborating with OpenStack, Docker, CoreOS and anyone else that wants to joint the OSS cloud party. Just check out our latest offering, OnMetal [1], which is a combination of open source software (OpenStack) [2] and open source hardware (OpenCompute) [3].

If you are passionate about OSS/cloud/distributed systems, we would love to have you be part of our team in SF. We have positions available in a startup environment with recent acquisitions Mailgun and Exceptional.io, as well as big, hairy distributed computing problems to solve at Rackspace. So there is something for everyone.

We are located in the SoMa neighborhood in San Francisco on 2nd St. and Folsom.

Below are the offerings currently available:

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

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

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

* Frontend Engineer: Architecting interesting fully client side apps, dashboards, live updates, etc...

* Senior Interaction Designer: Skilled practitioners who design and deliver solutions that amaze our customers with every detail.

I run recruitment in the SF office, so email me directly if you are interested: laureen.edmiston@rackspace.com

[1] http://www.rackspace.com/cloud/servers/onmetal [2] https://www.openstack.org [3] http://www.opencompute.org


I'm glad to see Rackspace finally having a public contact for positions. Back when I was actively seeking work I thought the problems being solved at Rackspace were were interesting, but I had to apply through that garbage HR system where you get ignored for months on end (ICIMS).

Not really sure why I'm posting this exactly aside from saying, to other companies, just like this instance: please actually have someone you can talk to! If your entire public interface is the ICIMS resume farm I won't even bother with you anymore and I'm not alone in this.


Pipemetrics - Lausanne, Switzerland

We are a small Swiss company specializing in design and development of desktop software with a particular focus on polish and quality. Our first product is Bvckup 2 and we are now looking for people to help us grow our product line.

Basically, if you like your C/C++ code light and optimized, all i's dotted and t's crossed, we should talk. There are people out there who recognize and appreciate the software quality as a feature in its own rights. These are our users, this is whom we are after. Come and join us -

1. Senior developer - C/C++/Windows

2. Junior developer - summer internship

3. Marketing & communication expert

  Must be legally authorized to work in Switzerland.
Details - http://pipemetrics.com/hiring


Swiss requirement is because of "made in Switzerland" label? ;)


Wealthsimple - https://www.wealthsimple.com - Toronto

We're on a mission to make investing smarter and simpler for everyone. We develop algorithms to track, manage, and rebalance client portfolios.

We're currently hiring Full-Stack Web Developers, iOS Developers, and Android Developers.

We push code (after review!) to production several times a day and are working on some cool technical challenges like building a scalable trade execution platform, automating portfolio rebalancing, and automated tax-loss harvesting. We use modern technologies like: Ruby on Rails, Backbone.js, SASS, PostgreSQL running on Heroku.

Apply here: https://www.wealthsimple.com/jobs


IBM Canada - Anywhere

Open position on my team within the IBM Canada Analytics brand. I am looking for a customer focused professional who has a background in statistics and/or data science with knowledge using SPSS, R or SAS.

We offer: Competitive salary; Work life balance; Home office; Great hardware

Desired skills: 2 years experience in Enterprise Software Pre-Sales or 2 years experience with Predictive Analytics/Statistics/Data Mining Solutions; Jedi skills in SPSS, R, or SAS; At least 1 years experience in IT Expertise- database, data management, security, IT architecture; Readiness to travel up to 50% annually (probably closer to 25-50%); Fluent in English (bonus if also fluent in French).

https://ibm.biz/BdXrpA


Developer | $125-175k | San Francisco | gerad@sagansystems.com

I figured I'd put in a word for the startup I just joined.

- We've got a pretty cool tech stack (mostly React/Node/Go/Docker), and product architecture (real-time pubsub microservices)

- We're super early (<15 people), but well-funded and growing.

- Our founding team is B2B serial entrepreneurs who have done it before, so there's a healthy culture.

It's a good place to wear a lot of hats, learn a ton, and grow with the company. I'm enjoying it. Let me know if you'd like to hear more, or check out http://sagansystems.com/#hiring

We're also looking for devops, a designer, a product manager, and an office manager (yeah, growing fast)!

on site only, interns ok


Zoomer (YC S14) – SAN FRANCISCO OR REMOTE

Zoomer is building a new take on food delivery - a platform to handle an extraordinarily high volume of concurrent deliveries from restaurants that already deliver (i.e. pizza, wings, sandwiches, etc.). We’re bringing much needed change to local high-volume delivery restaurants that are still doing delivery the way they’ve always done it. Our restaurants and their customers love the service, and our order volume is surging. You’ll make a real impact working to build and scale Zoomer as we continue to grow to new restaurants and territories.

We have amazing investors behind us, including Y Combinator (S14), First Round Capital, SV Angel, CrunchFund, Eric Ries, Gabriel Weinberg, the founder of DuckDuckGo and others. This is your opportunity to get in on the ground-floor - we’re making key hires to build our core team. You’ll have a ton of impact – lots of freedom to evolve our platform, stack, and apps. We follow strong dev practices, put an emphasis on testing, and deploy rapidly.

Help us build cutting-edge technical solutions to:

  - tough logistics problems, quickly routing orders to optimal drivers in near-real-time.
  - on-demand prediction and forecasting models
  - scalable compute and data infrastructure
  - multiple mobile apps - for restaurants and drivers - on both iOS and Android
  - range of complex real-time frontend interfaces
 
Our stack: We have an AI backend service that handles order routing, multiple mobile applications – for our drivers and restaurants, and several Ruby on Rails applications for customer-facing/internal services. We’re using Angular.js and CoffeeScript on the frontend. Our data team uses Python.

The roles we’re hiring for:

  - Ruby on Rails and Frontend engineers
  - DevOps engineer
  - Artificial Intelligence engineer
  - Data engineer
  - Data scientist
 
If this sounds interesting and you'd like to learn more, please apply here: http://www.zoomerdelivery.com/#jobs


CloudFlare - https://www.cloudflare.com/join-our-team - San Francisco (SF, SFO) and London (LDN, UK) VISA and Singapore.

Security and performance for the web, we are hiring for multiple roles in the SF and London offices, and a couple of roles for our new office in Singapore.

See the link above, but as an overview we are looking for:

+ Systems Engineers (Go or C or Lua)

+ Web Performance Engineers (JavaScript)

+ Infrastructure Security Engineers (security reviews, pen testing)

The SF office also would like to hear from a PHP engineer who is accustomed to performance tuning all components of large web app (including PostgreSQL performance, memcached performance, tracing and optimising PHP).

Please use the URL above to apply, every application is read.


Charlottesville, VA -- Quantitative Investment Management is looking for a strong .NET programmer in Charlottesville, Virginia. If you're a strong .NET developer interested in making business applications (not quants and models) this is a great opportunity. Here's how we do our work Technologies we use C#, VB.Net, F# Visual Studio & ReSharper WinForms MS SQL Server 2008 NHibernate, Entity Framework Python Matlab, R Subversion (SVN) KDB+ (a tick database) SOAP (a little bit) Technologies we don’t use Java, JavaScript, PHP Eclipse ASP.Net, MVC, CSS, HTML MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle Node.js, Angular.js, Drupal Ruby, XML Git, Visual SourceSafe (VSS)

Contact marijean@jaggerscommunications.com for more information.


Experiment (YC W13) - San Francisco, FT

We're a platform for discovering, funding, and sharing science.

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Designer - http://experiment.com/jobs/designer

Engineer - http://experiment.com/jobs/engineer

Scientist Whisperer (community team) - http://experiment.com/jobs/scientist_whisperer

http://experiment.com/jobs or denny@experiment.com directly with questions!


Duo Security (duosecurity.com, @duosec) is hiring in Ann Arbor, San Mateo, and London. We recently raised $30M to build (and market and sell) the next generation of access security. Come work with smart (and fun!) people at a fast-growing company.

Engineering

- Product Designer - Ann Arbor, MI

- SaaS Scaling Engineer - Ann Arbor, MI or San Mateo, CA

- Senior Windows Software Engineer - Ann Arbor, MI

- Sr. Front End Software Engineer - Ann Arbor, MI

- Sr. Software Engineer (Integrations) - Ann Arbor, MI

Product

- Senior/Principal Product Marketing Manager - Ann Arbor, MI or San Mateo, CA

Duo Labs

- Director Labs R&D - Anywhere

- R&D Software Engineer - Anywhere

- Security Researcher - Anywhere

- Senior Security Researcher - Anywhere

Plus many more positions in sales and customer success.

Job board (scroll down): http://grnh.se/bqvst2


MyFitnessPal (San Francisco, CA) and MapMyFitness (Austin, TX) are hiring for a number of engineering roles (backend, frontend, mobile, data).

Check out our opportunities here and help millions of people live happier, healthier lives:

http://www.myfitnesspal.com/jobs

Feel free to email me directly: rtassano at myfitnesspal dot com.


Maluuba - http://www.maluuba.com/ - Waterloo, Ontario, Canada - Software Engineer, Infrastructure Engineer and Android Engineer

Looking for Full time/ Intern/ Willing to relocate to Watelroo.

At Maluuba, we're developing revolutionary search technology at the forefront of the Natural Language Processing (NLP) movement. No more keyword search for blue links; speak naturally and get exact results. We solve new problems every day in a fun, fast-paced environment. The atmosphere is friendly, energetic and light hearted while remaining productive.

- SDE (Java/ Mongo Db)

- Android

- Infrastructure (AWS)

You can apply by email to: vikas.gosain@maluuba.com


Oscar Health, NYC: https://www.hioscar.com/jobs/

Founded in 2013, Oscar is disrupting the healthcare industry by putting people first, not business and cost. And we’re using a consumer-focused, tech-driven approach to do so. This gives us a unique positions and creates one of the biggest opportunities in decades.

We've secured $300mil in funding, and we are rapidly expanding our business. We're looking for full-stack developers, data engineers, analysts --- really, any strong technical talent that's interested in revolutionizing healthcare.

Interested? email me: lee@hioscar.com


San Francisco | Full-Stack Engineer | Bright

Bright is a distributed solar utility for the developing world. We're funded by YC, First Round Capital, and the founders of PayPal, Sunrun, Stripe, and Twitch, and we're looking for our first engineer (full-stack) to build a platform that will enable millions in the developing world to get access to cleaner and cheaper electricity. As one of our earliest and most important hires you'll work directly with our CEO and play a critical role in building the company's DNA.

Apply: Along with your resume, please include links to any projects you've built to jonah@thinkbright.mx.

Check out www.thinkbright.co/jobs


Two Sigma | NYC, New York

We have a huge variety of positions open in modeling and engineering to help revolutionize investment management. http://www.twosigma.com/careers.html

In particular, I'm helping several teams recruit front-end engineers to work on a variety of internal and public-facing applications including Beaker Notebook - http://beakernotebook.com/

Front-end engineers can reach me at ux@twosigma.com. For other roles, you can apply directly through the careers page linked above.


Edenworks | Brooklyn, NY | VP of Software Engineering

We build aquaponic greenhouses on city center rooftops, selling seafood and produce directly to consumers. Why? Because it's super flippin tasty, we can use 90% less water and energy, and ordering, harvesting, and delivering all in the same day is a gosh darn great service. We are a team of biologists, architects, mechanical/electrical engineers, and developers looking for a VP of Software Engineering to help us automate farming.

More here: http://edenworks.org/vp-of-software-engineering


CODE Technology (http://www.codetechnology.com/) | Seattle, WA | Full-Stack Software Engineer

We're a 3-person startup looking for developer #2. Our business is collecting patient-reported outcomes over the Web. Our platform is built on Groovy/Grails, so we're looking for a developer with experience in:

  * Groovy (or some other JVM language, Java, Scala, etc)
  * SQL
  * HTML/JS/CSS
Email me at justin@codetechnology.com if you're interested in making a big impact at a small but rapidly growing company.


Various Engineer positions | www.rallyhealth.com | on-site only in SF, DC, Chicago

  -Full stack (scala/play + angular)		-Full stack (C#/.NET MVC + angular)
  -Front end engineer (angular + SASS)		-DevOps engineer (AWS, Chef, MongoDB)
  -.NET release engineer (Jenkins, Nuget)	-QA Engineer (python/robot)
  -Mobile architect				-Mobile engineer
  -Site reliability engineer			-Director, IT Security
  -InfoSec engineer				-Data analyst
We're looking for lots of great people to join our team that's aiming to make all aspects of healthcare better for consumers. Our Wellness product (https://www.rallyhealth.com/our-product/) is the best wellness program on the market, Marketplace makes enrolling in insurance as easy (or easier) than TurboTax, and Connect helps find the doctor you need in your area (and in your plan).

We'll be growing a lot more visible in 2015 and into 2016, starting with a partnership with comedian Kevin Hart[1] which we're all pretty excited about.

Our Chicago office is on a .NET MVC stack and SF and DC are on Scala/Play with mobile teams as well. I can answer more detailed stack/tech questions if anyone is curious.

The benefits are great, including $0 deductible for employee health insurance (and dependent coverage isn't much more), catered lunch every day w/ snacks and drinks everywhere, and unlimited vacation (that we're heavily enouraged to use).

If you have any questions, you can email me (ryan.stelly@rallyhealth.com) but otherwise, all postings are available at https://www.rallyhealth.com/about-us/ Cheers!

(what other kinds of details do you all look for? I'll be sure to include them next time!)

[1] http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/rally-health-and-kev...


Shame that you guys aren't doing the Java tech in the Chicago office. I keep getting bugged by the recruiter, and I used to work in a similar company 2 streets up. (But I'm not a .NET dev/haven't been for a while)


Seattle, WA - REMOTE: Apsis Labs is looking to add another engineer. We are a small independent development firm located in Seattle, WA, but work as a distributed team. We have a stable client base, offer retirement and health benefits, competitive salary, and a 20-hour work week. Read more about our job philosophy here: http://apsis.io/apsis/blog/2015/04/23/work-sustainably/.

Questions, contact: jobs at apsis.io


Huh, that sounds intriguing.

What 'kind' of engineer are you looking for? Any specific platforms, languages or fields of interest? I went through the site and the portfolio consists of multiple (and very different) projects, so I'm just wondering how it works. :)


We're a pretty small software consulting agency, so we're looking for engineers that are capable of learning new technologies and adopting to best-practices in those technologies.

Ideally, we're looking for people that:

* bring expertise in at least one framework that we're likely to use[1], and

* love to start projects in a software stack that they haven't used before.

[1] Rails, django, iOS, Android, Xamarin, WPF, visual design skills


Makes sense.

I mean, I mostly work with C# and F# on the back-end, but I created my fair share of WPF apps which I vastly prefer to web front ends. I also tinker with Scala in my free time, but I don't really know much about the JVM ecosystem.

I also readily admit I know next to nothing (neither have a feeling for) the UI/UX design, which is why I usually relied on libraries like MahApps; lately I had my eye on Material Design for WPF.

Considering my contract is up soon(ish), what you're offering looks tempting. :)

All things considered, I still feel compelled to ask: do you have a salary range or is it discussed individually? Or both, to a degree?


> All things considered, I still feel compelled to ask: do you have a salary range or is it discussed individually? Or both, to a degree?

Both, to a degree. Specific salary offers are going to vary a great-deal with candidate experience. Our salary floor is $65,000 / year, and it ranges up from there. We also offer retirement and health-insurance reimbursement.

As a final bonus, you get to sign our confidentiality agreement which says that you'll keep our clients' confidential information secret!


Any prospective clients for more C++/native stuff? (Thus the type of an engineer).


Right now we don't have any prospective clients that have projects that would call specifically for C++/native stuff. We have some clients that may have problems that need to be solved with that kind of work in the medium-term future.

Ideally we're looking for engineers that have a pretty-broad skill-set, that are happy to pick up new frameworks, languages, and code-bases as necessary.


Sounds too good to be true!


We're hoping someday it won't; with the rapid pace of automation, we're going to need to rethink what constitutes a productive adult life. We're quickly moving past the point at which society needs a 40-hour work week, and it's time for business to recognize that fact.


are you able to consider applicants from Europe?


We're definitely willing to consider applicants from Europe.

The only qualification I would provide is that I don't have experience hiring outside of the US. If we decide to move forward with a hire from Europe, we'll need to work closely with a lawyer to figure out how to get all of our legal-ducks in a row.


YesGraph - https://www.yesgraph.com/ Redwood City, CA

YesGraph is hiring for machine learning software engineers.

YesGraph helps your app grow. We do social graph analysis to find your close friends. We then suggest which contacts a user should invite. Advanced growth teams at Facebook and LinkedIn have done this, and we want to bring it to every app.

We have funding from some of the best investors, like A16Z, Accel, Y Combinator, Founder Collective, and 500 Startups.

I used to run growth at Dropbox. Email me ivan@yesgraph.com


Vet's First Choice | Portland, Maine | OnSite | Full Time | Sr. Software Developer - Java/JavaScript

We are a VC backed startup entering our growth phase, our main mission is to provide online pharmacy services for Vet's in a way that helps them instead of costing them money and time.

We are looking for a Sr. Developer. The stack you will be working in is Java Spring-MVC for the rest api, mysql for the Database, and a single page app in Javascript (Ext.js currently, planned to change over). Mobile development, implementing message queuing, and rebuilding the Javascript stack in a better framework are all big technical projects coming up soon and there are ton more in the pipeline. You will definitely have the chance to explore and learn new things here. That said we really need someone that is comfortable dropping into a web stack and getting a lot done. We work out of a beautiful office in the Old Port in Portland, Maine with ocean views. It's an amazing city with great food, culture, and outdoor opportunities right outside your door. It's a great team and you will have a huge chance to make a positive impact on the company as a whole. Your opinion will be expected to weigh heavily into the technical decisions we make as an engineering team. My name is Shawn and I'm the lead developer, shoot any questions over to me at scampbell at vetsfirstchoice dot com and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. Thanks!


SwiftStack | swiftstack.com | San Francisco, CA

We build tools to help our customers build object storage based on OpenStack Swift. Our customers have big storage needs and need to store their data easily, safely, and cheaply in their own data centers. We're active contributors to OpenStack Swift, and everything we put into Swift we push upstream.

One reason I love working at SwiftStack is because it lets me see a big range of storage use cases. We've got customers using SwiftStack to store everything from backups to game assets to genomics data for cancer research.

Check out one of the things we've recently been working on: adding Erasure Codes to OpenStack Swift: https://swiftstack.com/blog/2015/04/24/behind-the-scenes-“un...

Reach out to us if you have any of the following:

  * Experience writing high-performance server software (Python/C/C++/Go)
  * A deep and abiding interest in distributed (storage) systems 
  * Vision that simplifies complex user workflows  (front end/UI/UX)
Apply at http://swiftstack.workable.com/jobs/27475, or email jobs@swiftstack.com if you have questions.


Interactive Web Developer | Discovery Channel - Silver Spring, MD or REMOTE (US-ONLY)

We are looking for an Interactive Developer to join our in-house agency team at Discovery. We are a fun, start-up minded, and immensely talented team. We have won numerous awards for our digital work, including an Emmy and a Webby just last year.

Our team develops digital products and strategies for shows on Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, TLC, Science Channel, and the numerous US Networks and international properties.

We just recently launched http://www.deadliestcatch360.com which takes you on-board the Northwestern and Cornelia Marie from the tv show, Deadliest Catch.

Apply Here: https://careers-discovery.icims.com/jobs/12066/interactive-w...

What We Do In a nutshell, we do pretty much everything. Full service creative and production in-house. From simple key art to massive multi-platform 360 integrated campaigns, The Agency is capable of handling every aspect of production, from concept to completion… including formal account management. All seamlessly come together to tell any type of story on any platform.

About Us: http://agency.discovery.com/


Treasure Data | Mountain View, CA & Tokyo, Japan | Full-time

We are a Big Data cloud company (16 trillion rows of customer data so far) that provides data warehousing powered by Facebook's Presto query engine. Users query their data through our API (built with RoR) or web app, which we are currently rebuilding with Flux+React. If you want to build a beautiful user experience with the latest and greatest in frontend tech, talk to us!

This is a list of Engineering positions we currently have open:

  * Fullstack Team Lead (RoR, AngularJS, ReactJS + Flux)  Mountain View
  * Senior Fullstack Dev (RoR, AngularJS, ReactJS + Flux) Mountain View
  * Integrations Engineer (Java, Ruby)                    Mountain View, Tokyo
  * MPP Software Engineer (Java, Scala)                   Mountain View, Tokyo
  * Distributed Systems Engineer (Java, Ruby)             Mountain View, Tokyo
We also have these other technical positions open:

  * Data Scientist                                        Mountain View
  * Director of Sales Engineering                         Mountain View
  * Technical Support Engineer                            Tokyo
A description and full summary of the open positions is available at https://jobs.lever.co/treasure-data?by=team

We are currently hiring only for on-site and full-time and we're open to people needing Visas.


Gradescope - https://gradescope.com Berkeley, CA | on-site only

Learning has been assessed in the same way for decades: instructors give out paper-based assignments, tediously grade them by hand, and return them to students. With this process, instructors gain little insight into their students’ knowledge. Simply measuring the frequency of a specific mistake requires painstaking tallying. Answering the question “What concepts are my students struggling with?” is practically impossible.

Gradescope lets instructors give out the same paper-based assignments, but then grade them online, while keeping track of the exact mistakes made by every student on every question. This enables unprecedented data analytics: for example, we can reveal which concepts a student needs help with, or which questions are too difficult. To top it off, instructors get grading done in half the time.

Our product has been used to grade over 3 million pages of work belonging to over 30,000 students. We’ve raised a seed round, and are making our first full-time hires to join the founding team of two PhDs and professor from Berkeley CS. Over the next few months, we’re looking to expand our user base tenfold, and roll out advanced features including autograding, analytics, and more. We offer market-rate salary with generous equity.

We’re currently hiring for two positions: Full-stack Engineer UI/UX Designer

If you’re interested, email jobs@gradescope.com


Blend Labs - https://blendlabs.com - San Francisco, CA - Hiring: Software Engineers, Implementation 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 38 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


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
    week.

  - 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/


About us www.honest.com

Locations: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Austin

The Honest Company passionately believes in creating not only effective, but also unquestionably safe, eco-friendly, beautiful, convenient, and affordable products for babies and homes. While e-commerce direct-to-customer shipping has been our largest success, our retail partnerships are rapidly growing with our products now in Target, Costco, WholeFoods, and Nordstrom.

====================== Our stack:

-- Ruby on Rails backend for our E-Commerce Site (Python and/or Node.js experience perfectly fine) -- Angular.js and themed Bootstrap on the front-end -- Our warehouse currently runs off an in-house created Ruby server -- TDD with rspec, capybara, and jasmine tests keeping things stable -- RabbitMQ is our main queueing system -- Datastores - MySQL, MongoDB, Redis, Memcached -- iOS app in the app store - Honest Baby ==================== Positions Available:

--Full-Stack Engineers (Jr., Mid. Sr.) http://thehonestcompany.theresumator.com/apply/xP2fAG/FullSt...

--Back-End Engineers (Jr., Mid, Sr.) http://thehonestcompany.theresumator.com/apply/2S988b/Senior...


Your link for backend is for a Senior position, and in regards to your requirements for the Full-Stack position: I hope no one is still "Junior" after 3 years of professional experience...


Thats pathetic that 3 years makes you senior wherever you're working at. You (or your hiring manager) need to up your standards.

Although "senior-ness" shouldn't really be counted in years but in skill, no industry should be calling anyone senior without at least 8-10 years exp.


  Swift Navigation is looking for an embedded electrical engineer
  and an esimation algorithms engineer to work with us on
  open-source (https://github.com/swift-nav/), high-precision GPS
  receivers (H1B welcome). Questions? Email Buro (mookerji@swiftnav.com).

  * Technical details:

  0. Embedded development (electronics design and schematic
  capture, embedded software, FPGA-based DSP):
  http://www.swiftnav.com/jobs/1_ee.html

  1. Algorithm design and mathematical software
  development (statistics, estimation/controls) through
  prototyping, performance analysis, and implementation on
  production hardware and web services.
  http://www.swiftnav.com/jobs/3_est.html

  * Organizational details

  0. 13-ish people in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco,
  spread across analog/RF/digital hardware design, statistics/
  estimation/controls, (purely) functional programming, and web
  infrastructure.

  1. Interdisciplinary work, 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 gas stove and well-seasoned
  cast-iron.


MethodExists - REMOTE - Based in Calgary, Canada

We are building out our engineering team from our startup roots. We need developers with initiative, self-starting attitude, and willingness to work in a high performing team solving challenging problems in the enterprise space.

We collect complex data sets from the field, build meaningful visualizations, and are growing in the areas of machine learning and data science. We have built a modern organization around a disruptive platform in what is an old-school space. We are happy to shake things up.

We have real long-term clients that are some of the largest companies in the world executing the most difficult projects, and they share this vision of what we are building.

If we chat and there is a fit apparent, we would put you on a paid trial project. Real-world performance are all that matter to us. You need to be able to self-start, iterate on your ideas, clean up your garbage, stay out of the weeds, and deliver business value. Concepts you should be comfortable with are test-driven development, functional programming, asynchronous and isomorphic javascript.

We are a full-javascript stack and use technologies like node.js, socket.io, React, mongoDB, d3.js.

Things that are important to us are: security, configurability, scalability, performance, reactivity, visualization and of course user experience.

We also have a position for an excellent client-facing support person.

Apply at ffab00 _ gmail com


Backstop Solutions Group, Chicago IL

Backstop Solutions is looking for a Ruby on Rails whiz. If you have any questions, email Chris Agocs: cagocs@backstopsolutions.com

Info copied from https://www.backstopsolutions.com/careers-software-developer...

Join a growing team of passionate, self-motivated, talented, and creative people with big ideas about the future of software for the investment industry. Backstop is a Chicago based company that makes web-based software applications for hedge funds and the people who invest in them. Over the last few years, we have grown considerably, won several awards, and built a lot of great software. Backstoppers take our customers and our service very seriously, but pride ourselves on not taking ourselves too seriously in the process.

We're looking for excellent, experienced software developers. Our technology stacks are heavy on the server side, Java and Rails-oriented, but that doesn't stop us from using the right language or tool to solve a particular problem. We love using Ruby to drive the browser and API tests of our Java applications, building Fitnesse suites to organize our Scala-based integration tests, scripting data loaders in Python, and even hacking at, and in, Perl5 when we're feeling retro.


Videopixie (YCS11) | San Francisco | Front-end Software Engineer

At Videopixie we are building the largest community of video creators and the tools to hire and collaborate with them online. We are backed by the co-founder of YouTube (Jawed Karim), Jason Calacanis, YCombinator, 500 Startups, and many other great angels…. and we’re growing quickly.

We’re looking for people who are smart, self managing, and fully proficient in HMTL, CSS3 and Javascript - so you can hit the road running. Experience with AngularJS is a bonus. There will be opportunities to do full stack work if interested. We use: GAE, python, S3, AngularJS, Firebase, Git, and Grunt.

We wrote and open sourced a popular file uploader - check it out: https://github.com/TTLabs/EvaporateJS As engineering hire #1 you will work directly for the CTO. You will get real ownership on specing, implementing and shipping features. You’ll get guidance and mentoring from experienced software developers.

If you like building UIs and want to help the world be creative, we have a great journey for you, and we’d love to hear from you at jobs@videopixie.com Please link to samples of anything you’ve built.

https://videopixie.com/jobs


Hi,

I work for Google's Cloud Platform team. I was wondering as you ramp up your eng team if you or others would like to be briefed on the latest with our offering.

Thank you, Brittany


Aclima - http://www.aclima.io - San Francisco, CA

==========

Aclima is an early-stage company based in San Francisco that designs and deploys distributed, large-scale sensor networks to empower people with actionable environmental quality data. Our end-to-end solutions collect, process and analyze real-time streaming data from thousands of sensors, enabling a level of environmental awareness that has never been possible before. We believe our technologies can redefine the way we imagine and manage our buildings, communities, and cities, helping us improve our collective well-being. We are looking for passionate engineers to help build, scale, and improve our platform. We have no required list of skills or years of experience. Instead, we’re looking for engineers who are smart and get things done. Our engineering culture values rapid iteration, continuous improvement, and as much automation as is sensible. We work in a relaxed, purpose-driven atmosphere with flexible hours and competitive perks.

Positions open:

* Full-time Backend Engineer

- great coding skills

- solid understanding of distributed systems

Our stack includes: Python, Git, MariaDB, Cassandra, Nginx, NSQ, Redis, Ansible

==========

If you’re up for the challenge, apply directly: http://boards.greenhouse.io/aclima


I've got a blog post from last month that may be of interest to anyone considering us: http://gc-taylor.com/blog/2015/04/02/python-and-sensor-netwo...


Oracle Data Cloud | Westminster, CO | Engineers | Full Time | On Site Only

The company I work for is looking to hire engineering talent. Here are three job descriptions in particular:

Director Cloud Services - https://oracle.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=1...

Sr. Cloud Systems Engineer - https://oracle.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=1...

Sr. Software Engineer - https://oracle.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=1...

A couple of notes (personal notes, not the corp speak in the job reqs): This is on-site work in Westminster, about 25 min from Boulder and 30 min from Denver. Lots of java running on AWS deployed via puppet, but python, node, groovy and R are all used as appropriate. Small teams (3-7 engineers) with a fair bit of autonomy--use Rally and agile processes. Quarterly hackweeks. Forward looking engineering culture--continuous deployment, testing.


FileRight - https://www.fileright.com - Las Vegas, NV

- Front End UI Developers - Front End Application Developers (React) - Back End Java & Ruby Developers

FileRight is a profitable, fast growing company with offices in Las Vegas and San Francisco.

Think TurboTax for U.S. Citizenship or Green card applications. We created FileRight.com because government forms are confusing, the risk of rejection for making small mistakes is high and help from attorneys can be expensive. We have streamlined the immigration process with a focus on beautiful interfaces, transparent policies, modern technology, and extraordinary customer service.

The FileRight Engineering team is a small but growing group. Individual knowledge and opinions are valued within the team as a source of discussion and perspective. Visit https://www.fileright.com/pages/about/our-story to read more about FileRight and our story.

See a list of open positions here:

- https://www.fileright.com/pages/about/careers

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


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 and/or building high capacity backend systems is a huge plus as well. For more info, please see the posting here (note, the posting only mentions Portsmouth, but we're looking for roles in Boston and Maidstone as well):

http://www.jobscore.com/jobs2/globalsign/senior-backend-soft...

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


Sandy Springs (Atlanta) Full Time - Software Development

Small team, Greenfield project... Great place to work

Requirements: a) Must be able to build great software with a fantastic team b) Must want to learn new frameworks while solving hard problems with people who share your goals c) Must crave fearlessly adding new skills to your experience while maximizing your potential d) Play games, all sorts

AnswerRocket is expanding to meet the parallel challenges of demand for our products and the drive to do new things. We are seeking a few software developers with a passion for algorithms, UX, scalability and the future. Are you a smart and flexible thinker for whom programming is second nature? You will love it here.

Currently our development environment is JavaScript (for UX, using react/flux), Python (web server, machine learning, integration) and Java (data server). We use Agile and Git.

Our focus now is the Business Intelligence marketplace, which is exploding with opportunity. We deploy in Amazon's cloud or at customer premises.

Guidelines: - 3-5 years experience as a software developer - Knows our tech stack or has long track record of learning fast - Self-teaches new technologies, but not always anxious to use them - Loves design almost as much as implementing modules and fixing broken things - Knows how to hit a deadline but also knows when and how to explain a delay We move fast and require each team member to manage priorities that are established collectively. What we lack in formality, we make up for in results.

Join us or be jealous!


Contact Mike@answerrocket.com


Coinbase (San Francisco)

http://grnh.se/r1uc4f

Help build the future of finance, in a fast-paced startup environment in downtown San Francisco. We offer salary, benefits, meaningful equity, and free lunch + dinner every day.

We're hiring:

- Backend engineers: We're looking for experienced engineers to build systems which securely store our bitcoin, and interface with banking and other financial networks. Our backend teams work on API design, integrating new payment methods as part of our global expansion, designing secure systems to securely store bitcoin private keys, and detecting fraud and identity theft using ML. Experience with Rails + Node.js (or similar languages/frameworks) preferred.

- Frontend engineers: We're looking for forward-thinking frontend engineers to help us build new payment methods as we expand globally, improve our onboarding experience, and build real time exchange visualizations, using the latest client side technologies such as React.

- Devops engineers: We're looking for senior devops engineers to build a fully automated, stable + secure cloud environment in AWS, using technologies such as Docker, CoreOS, ELK, plus a lot of our own software.

- Security: We're looking for outstanding security professionals to help secure our bitcoin and sensitive customer data. This involves securing our production systems, development environments, corporate networks, and devices, as well as managing intrusion detection and incident response.


Campus Job (YCW15) - https://www.campusjob.com/joinus/

Campus Job is the largest marketplace for college students to find part-time jobs, internships, and full-time entry level jobs for graduating students. Everyone remembers their first job. And now, we’re helping everyone get their first job. We’re not happy unless students and employers are happy.

We're growing out our engineering team and looking for great hackers who love getting features in the hands of users. We're absolutely obsessed with our users and making the experience of finding a job better, and you should be too. We just raised our Series A and we're looking for all types of roles, including our first senior engineering hire:

- Engineering Lead (Full stack)

- Back-end developer (Python, DevOps)

- Lead iOS developer

- Front-end developer (HTML/CSS and/or AngularJS)

- Front-end developer/designer (Photoshop/Illustrator/HTML/CSS)

- Data scientist

- Product Manager

- Don't see what you're looking for? Reach out anyway!

We're based in New York City and we're tons of fun--we work with college students all day long :)

Come join us! https://www.campusjob.com/joinus/ or send your resume and Github to engjobs@campusjob.com


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

London, England.

https://www.thread.com/jobs

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/

Thanks!


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

Backed by $6 million in angel funding, Help.com is building the next generation of customer service software. We're looking for talented and passionate back end and front end software engineers with a few years of work experience to join our small-but-growing team at our downtown Austin office.

We are hiring full stack software engineers, a senior frontend engineer (Backbone, Angular, etc.), and a senior backend engineer (Node.js), and DevOps lead/systems engineer to join our engineering team of 7.

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 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 extremely 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.


Stasis Labs - http://www.stasislabs.com - Culver City (Los Angeles), CA | INTERNS OK | REMOTE OK

Stasis Labs is a health technology company building connected medical devices. Our first product is a vital signs monitoring system for non-critical patients. We’re initially targeting middle-class Indian hospitals, and our business model is especially suited for that market. We’re starting in India but have global plans long-term, including coming back to America.

Our tech:

— Electrical engineering, analog circuit design

— C++ code on ARM microprocessors

— Bluetooth 4.0 (BLE) networking

— Android app: Java, Material Design, information display

— Web: Sails.js (node.js framework which includes Express), React.js

We’re hiring engineers / programmers in all of these areas. You should be comfortable in a changing environment. You should be willing to collaborate with everyone in the team, and potentially to play a larger part in the company as it grows.

We’re very early stage, and founded by new USC graduates. We've have had a lot of success at business competitions at USC and elsewhere (competed in the Rice Business Plan Competition two weekends ago). We’re now taking this full-time and raising a pre-seed on a convertible note. We will be working out of a house this summer. Salary and equity compensation both flexible based on experience and skills. Less than 10 employees this summer.

Email us at stasislabs+hn[AT]gmail[DOT]com


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

Fetch is a small team of experienced engineers working on cutting edge mobile robotics. We launched publicly on Wednesday and you can now see videos of our robots on our front page!

We’re well funded and growing quickly. We’re looking for experienced and deeply talented people who 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

Our stack: Ubuntu/ROS/C/C++/Python/JavaScript

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


You certainly get my vote for "most interesting who's hiring of the month"!

For what it's worth, I'd advise listing that you're also hiring a fairly technically minded BD person too. There are plenty of technologists on Hacker News who have reached their peak for software contributions and are looking to switch into more business minded areas. In my humble opinion, with the right mentoring, people with the technical background are better suited to learning sales and BD than MBAs are at learning to talk the technical talk.


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

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

We have a number of open positions:

  - Software Engineer (primarily Python) (Santa Monica)
  - Software Engineer (primarily Perl) (Santa Monica or Remote)
  - Mobile Software Engineer (positions for both iOS and Android) (Santa Monica)
  - Front End Performance Engineer (Santa Monica)
  - Database Administrator (mysql or Redshift experience preferred) (Santa Monica)
We're growing rapidly and have a large customer base (primarily small and medium sized businesses). We have interesting problems to solve in the areas of search, yield management, analytics, scalability and new product development. If you'd like to learn more, please visit https://www.ziprecruiter.com/hiring/technology or email us at techjobs@ziprecruiter.com


Do you take remote candidates from Canada?


HomeTouch | Lead Developer (JavaScript) | London (local)

We're a care marketplace connecting people looking for home care to carers nearby. Our goal is to solve a social need that touches up to 75% of families globally - how to find trusted, affordable care for loved ones.

Since launch in December 2014, we've seen over 2,000 online care enquiries and over 1,500 hrs of care booked. Thanks to strong growth and recent funding, we’re looking for an experienced JavaScript developer to join the team as our first inhouse tech hire.

You’ll get the opportunity to shape the technical roadmap to evolve HomeTouch from a basic, transactional platform to a product customers love. You have a distributed development team of two to help you and get to input into building an inhouse tech team. The problems you’ll get to work on include everything from the algorithm matching customers with carers, planning and building new features, to enhancing payment automation and optimising the look and feel of the site. Our stack is MEAN with some additions, e.g. Redis for caching and job management.

Check out more details here: https://angel.co/hometouch-1 or get in touch at hello@myhometouch.com


Stream - Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Stream (Techstars NYC'15) is looking for an experienced Python/Django DevOps to join its development team.

Stream (https://getstream.io) is a data store for building, scaling and personalizing feeds. We’re a small team, so everyone has a huge impact. With just a handful of people, we’re already processing millions of API calls every month.

Your job at Stream is to work on our infrastructure, develop new features and run operations. If building highly scalable performance software is your passion please drop a line!

Requirements:

    * Experience with Python and Django

    * Monitoring/operations/admin software

    * Proven sysadmin experience on Linux distributions

    * Dedication to test driven development

    * Experience with managing complex stacks

    * AWS
Bonus points:

    * Bachelor's degree or higher in CS or related

    * Cassandra

    * Spark

    * RabbitMQ / Postgresql

   * Java / NodeJS
Benefits:

    * Competitive salary package

    * Choose your own dev setup

    * We support and encourage open source
If you're interested feel free to reach out here: tommaso@getstream.io


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


Samba TV - San Francisco, CA or Austin, TX

Hiring full-time front-end engineers (HTML5, JS, CSS), backend engineers (Python, PostgreSQL), embedded engineers, data scientists, product manager, QA manager.

We started Samba TV in 2008 to with one goal: To improve the TV experience for the people who watch, broadcast and advertise on TV. Our team has deep experience in digital media, algorithms, large-scale Web engineering, big data & design.

At Samba TV, we work together to make television the best it can be.

Samba TV's technology is built into connected devices like Smart TVs, Set Top Boxes, Smart Phones and Tablets. Across phones, tablets, and TV, Samba TV delivers a personal television experience. Our data and insights are transforming the way stakeholders across the media landscape are thinking about their business. Given the dramatic growth in streaming services, connected devices, time-shifting, and multi-screen viewership, our data products solve real problems and create tremendous competitive advantage for our clients. TV advertisers and TV broadcasters can now better understand and execute media plans using our insights on viewership. From post docs and PhDs working on complex video and audio algorithms to hackers and designers working on insane web and mobile problems – we’re looking for the best and brightest. Bonus points if you don’t hog the remote.

We were recently written up in the New York Times! http://nyti.ms/1bid5Pu

For more info: https://www.samba.tv/jobs/


London, UK - Unruly - Full Time - No Remote

Video ad-tech company Unruly is the leading programmatic platform for social video advertising.

Scalability and Reliability Engineer http://unruly.co/job/sre/

We're looking for an infrastructure expert to join our extreme programming team, who will design and advocate incremental improvements to our production infrastructure. You will help us handle our ever increasing capacity and latency demands, while moving fast and delivering reliably.

As the most senior operations adviser, you will coach the development teams to help them become better at handling their infrastructure themselves. You will pair-program with developers to implement your ideas, as well as providing an expert voice in team discussions, and researching new technologies.

You must be equally happy discussing ideas and pair programming as you are keen to develop your own skills in all areas of product development. In this role you will work with a wide range of technologies from infrastructure management code, to Java application code through to datastores and networks. You’ll help the whole team embed monitoring and scaling capabilities into everything we build.

Senior Software Developer (Javascript focus)

Senior software developer to join our extreme programming team.

http://unruly.co/job/example-job-posting-senior-software-dev...


PacketZoom | SF Bay Area (San Mateo) | INTERN | VISA:

We're looking for interns with skill-sets (or just desire to learn) ranging from Network Protocols (TCP/HTTP/UDP based protocols etc), mobile programming (iOS/Android), Unix System level programming in C/C++ to Big data analysis and front-end technologies (HTML/JS/CSS/mysql etc.). Connect at jobs@packetzoom.com or directly with me (my user info is in the profile).

PacketZoom was started with the goal to completely change how mobile devices communicate with the cloud. We've created a tech stack and cloud service to upend the tired old TCP/HTTP stack with a more mobile friendly networking protocol built on top of UDP.

Read this for the background and our motivations: https://packetzoom.com/blog/

Discussed here on HN: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=9354279

We ran an Intern program for the first time last year with two amazing interns from Harvard and CMU respectively. One of them wrote a review:

http://www.glassdoor.com/Overview/Working-at-PacketZoom-EI_I...

Come join us in the beautiful Downtown San Mateo, CA for a summer of fun combined with occasional hard work and learning.. or the other way round.

Connect at jobs@packetzoom.com or directly with me (my user info is in the profile).


RINSE - www.rinse.com - Design District, San Francisco, CA

Rinse is a technology-enabled dry cleaning and laundry delivery service. We've been growing our service at an exponential rate for the past year, and our customers love us! We have a number of open positions, and have hired a significant portion of our team via Hacker News.

Rinse is hiring a senior Software Engineer to develop our functionality across the stack. We have hybrid mobile apps for both Android and iOS for our customers AND our drivers. We also have sophisticated web-based tools for our customer service team, internal operations staff, and vendors. Laundry is a surprisingly-complex logistical process, and so our customer-facing software is just the tip of the iceberg. We're solving problems like the Traveling Salesman and image classification, too. Our tech stack is approximately HTML5 / Backbone.js / Django / Python / Postgres / Heroku / AWS / Ubuntu, but we're a tiny tech team, so any newcomer will be able to shape architecture.

We'd also be interested in taking on a summer intern if the right student is still looking for an internship.

Interested? Contact sam (at) rinse.com!


Vessel - Video Focused Venture founded by founding CEO and CTO of Hulu (San Francisco, CA Full-time, Onsite)

We recently launched Vessel and are in search of entrepreneurial and seasoned engineers to join our team. Our mission is to delight consumers and content creators alike.

Our founders, former founding CEO and CTO of Hulu Jason Kilar and Richard Tom, have assembled a unique and talented team with strong experience building and innovating at places like Hulu, Netflix and Amazon. As a team, we are unusually passionate about the intersection of media and technology; we see an opportunity to improve media, particularly next generation video.

We’re a Series B startup backed by Greylock, Benchmark, Bezos Expeditions and Institutional Venture Partners (IVP).

Our tech stack includes Python, Coffeescript, Objective-C, Swift, Node.js, React, Backbone, Flask, PostgreSQL, Redis, AWS EC2, Docker. We want developers who love to code in a variety of languages, tackling every portion of the stack. If this sounds like you, check out http://www.vessel.com/careers and email your resume/profile to careers@vessel.com


Aclima - http://www.aclima.io - San Francisco, CA

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Aclima is an early-stage company based in San Francisco that designs and deploys distributed, large-scale sensor networks to empower people with actionable environmental quality data. Our end-to-end solutions collect, process and analyze real-time streaming data from thousands of sensors, enabling a level of environmental awareness that has never been possible before. We believe our technologies can redefine the way we imagine and manage our buildings, communities, and cities, helping us improve our collective well-being. We are looking for passionate engineers to help build, scale, and improve our platform.

* Full-time Frontend Developer

- a solid understanding of core JavaScript, HTML5 and CSS3

- experience building well-structured, modular web applications

- a passion for user-driven interaction design and delightful user experiences

- excitement about data visualization, mobile design, and responsive design

Our current frontend tools and frameworks include React, Webpack, D3, LESS, & Grunt.

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If you’re up for the challenge, apply directly:

http://boards.greenhouse.io/aclima


Silk - Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Local only – 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.


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

Localytics is hiring engineers to help us with:

  - Delivery and Internal Tools
  - Technical Operations
  - Data platform technologies including Spark
  - 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, Spark, 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


Voxy (http://www.voxy.com) - 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 practice XP and 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 positions open at the moment. We believe in T-shaped generalists so if you're a Python engineer that'd like to learn what mobile development is all about, or the other way around, we'd love to hear from you. More details at https://boards.greenhouse.io/voxy/jobs/36509#.VUPVPNNViko


Location: San Diego, CA USA Willing to relocate: Local candidates (SoCal) will have priority. Description: DataSkill, in San Diego, is currently seeking a talented Java software development professional for Team Lead / Developer position supporting our customers. This position requires excellent written and verbal communication skills, superior technical client support skills, capable management of team members, and must be a hands-on technical professional.

The ideal candidate will have a solid understanding of Java development best practices, backend development, and interface creation. A strong understanding of database interactions and data structures is a major plus. . This effort will require a skilled developer to enable standardized and consistent processes, implementation of innovative approaches to creating advanced software solutions using Java.

Qualifications:

Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science. Minimum five (5) years of experience in design, development, integration, testing, and debugging of enterprise information systems in Linux and Windows environments. Proficiency in all layers of web applications. From front end browser to API and Rest interface development. Proficiency in multiple web systems and technologies including: UI design, Java, J2EE, Struts, JSP, JavaScript, RestFull services (JSON, SOAP) Strong logical/critical thinking abilities, especially analyzing existing database schema, application architectures, and developing a good understanding of data models. Experience developing applications utilizing software frameworks would be a big plus but not required (e.g., Ozone Widgets, Spring, Hibernate, Struts, and JUnit).

This is a full-time role with benefits, requiring location in San Diego as well as ability to travel when needed.


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

We're focused on understanding and recommending content at scale. We use ML/NLP techniques to algorithmically understand the meaning behind content and make sense of people's wide and nuanced interests based on their behavior. Engaging content is the future of online monetization, and our first product is an intelligent native ad engine for revenue-generating 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. You'll want to have interests or experience in some of the following:

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

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

* Designing and implementing proprietary machine learning models and real-time personalized recommender systems (particularly Bayesian approaches, topic models, deep belief nets)

* Designing streaming data pipelines to process millions of daily events

* Rapidly designing and building frontend products

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 CV and anything else that helps us know more about who you are! Unfortunately we can't sponsor visas at the moment so you'll need to be eligible to work in the UK!


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

Kensho's growing engineering team[0] is 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:

  * Rapid, mindful coding
  * Experience at scale with machine learning, NLP, or 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, play ticket to ride, and shoot zombies is a plus.

Matt

[0] http://kensho.com/#team [1] https://twitter.com/GoldmanSachs/status/554680474392870913 [2] https://www.cnbc.com/kensho


Mapzen >> New York City, San Francisco, Berlin >> https://mapzen.com

Mapzen is an open source mapping lab building and supporting open data and software to promote a healthy mapping ecosystem. We support the geo community through building tools and collaborating on open source mapping projects. We believe that a healthy mapping ecosystem is one that is diverse, sustainable, and accessible to all.

We're focused on core components of geo platforms, including search, rendering, navigation, and data. We take a radical approach to working on these components—-we give them directly to you, for free.

Here are current positions:

* https://mapzen.com/jobs/developer-transit/

* https://mapzen.com/jobs/ui-engineer-sf/

* https://mapzen.com/jobs/ios-engineer/

* https://mapzen.com/jobs/android-engineer/

* https://mapzen.com/jobs/web-engineer/

* https://mapzen.com/jobs/mobile-web-application-engineer/


Pemberton Rank - Frontend developer (HTML/Javascript/CSS) - Copenhagen, Denmark / Remote

We're building a platform for productised services. Read more about our mission: http://www.pembertonrank.com/.

We're looking for an ambitious frontend developer who wants heaps of autonomy to decide the technologies we should use for the next phase of our plan.

* Start with a blank slate as we develop a completely new product: you're the frontend architect

* Experiment with incremental improvements to our existing web app to reach company goals (we A/B test everything)

* Using analytics to form hypotheses, design experiments and test assumptions

* You'll have full ownership of our frontend: recommend things we can do and technologies to adopt to drive us forward

Email me (the founder) directly with any questions at me@danielsim.co.uk

Read more/apply at http://www.pembertonrank.com/careers-1/

Send your CV and/or links to things you've built to hello@pembertonrank.com


Syapse (Palo Alto, http://www.syapse.com), a startup that helps doctors treat cancer, is hiring DevOps, UI, and Semantic Web engineers.

We are a part of the genomics-based personalized medicine revolution that's taking medicine by storm. Our customers include some of the world's most prestigious hospitals such as Stanford and UCSF, as well as large hospital chain, such as HCA, the largest hospital chains in the world: http://blog.sfgate.com/techchron/2015/01/29/syapse-brings-pr....

Yet we are still a young rapidly growing startup!

You do NOT have to be a biologist or a doctor to work for us. Instead, we are looking for a DevOps Engineer, hard-core lead UI engineer, and a Semantic Data Platform engineer. Enabling doctors to make better decisions for each patient saves lives.

Our technology stack includes AWS, Semantic Web (SPARQL), Python, Java, and heavy Javascript.


Quid (quid.com) - San Francisco - H1B/VISA welcome

Our product combines mathematical models with advanced data visualizations to help turn the world's information into high value intelligence. With a still small development team, every developer's contributions matter a lot (seriously).

We just rose a round of $39 million and have some series momentum with clients such as Hyundai, Microsoft, Samsung and the Boston Consulting Group.

Check out one an example of a network generated of news in the last couple of years: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9pqvtbs2bdzuy4e/quidnews.png?dl=0

We are looking for a variety of developers including:

* Visualization developer pushing web browsers to the limits with 10,000+ node fully interactive networks

* Full stack application developer with a Javascript specialty

* Infrastructure developers to make provisioning of entire clusters a push button experience

* Test automation developers working embedded in teams and keeping code quality and test coverage high

* And more!

Apply by emailing hn@quid.com with a resume/portfolio.

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