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1556 points by katm  2 days ago   1024 comments top 68
joshfraser 2 days ago 8 replies      
I've been a long time supporter of the ACLU. While they're being politicized right now as being anti-Trump, the thing I admire most about them is their consistency in fighting for the rights of everyone. They stick to their principles of free speech and human equality no matter how unpopular the issue or unsavory their client.

A good example is back in the 1930s when the ACLU simultaneously defended the rights of blacks on behalf of the NAACP at the same time as they were fighting for the rights of the Klu Klux Klan to hold rallies calling for the abolition of those rights.

The strength of your convictions are only tested at the extremes. Do you still believe in free speech when it's coming from neo-Nazis? The ACLU do and I deeply respect them for that.

lpolovets 2 days ago 3 replies      
It upsets me to read negative comments about initiatives like this. My assumption is that most people agree that it'd be good for the ACLU to have more funding and to operate in a more efficient, higher leverage manner. If YC can help with that, great! They could be backing other areas instead, or they could be backing nothing. I, for one, am glad they're backing something good.

I don't understand why people often bring up other areas where private money and resources could have gone. When someone says "I support X" (e.g. X = ACLU), they are not saying "I don't support anything that's not X." They are just saying they care about X. If you would prefer to donate your time and resources to another cause, that's great! I'm sure you'd be disappointed if you dedicated yourself to curing diabetes and someone complained because they thought cancer research should be higher priority, or if you offered to hire 10k refugees around the world and people suggested a boycott because they preferred that you hire Americans instead.

Let's not discourage people from trying to make the world better.

CydeWeys 2 days ago 4 replies      
I don't know exactly what this means, as the implementation details are hazy, but if this entails substantial support to the ACLU (in terms of lawyers, money, or both), then that is awesome. I donated to the ACLU yesterday and I'm encouraging everyone I know to do the same.
rexreed 2 days ago 2 replies      
Does YC have a page of their particular positions on various political matters which guides their decisions on which non-profits to support and which ones not to? I'm genuinely interested in reading a "platform" as it were on what YC believes and is willing to support.
pinewurst 2 days ago 1 reply      
"The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still retain the ability to function." - F. Scott Fitzgerald

So between Peter Thiel and the ACLU, I think we have some 1st rate minds at YC.

samuelbrin 2 days ago 0 replies      
Thank you YC. Thank you all so much. On this particular issue, I do not think it is worth engaging with people about its merit or timing. This is a critical moment in history and you are doing something. The velocity of decision-making in the oval office means we literally don't have time to sit down with the cynics right now.
matt_wulfeck 2 days ago 3 replies      
I used to be an ACLU supporter, but stopped after their main objectives switched to more of what I describe as matters of feelings, E.g., whether a man who identifies as a women can use a women's bathroom in Georgia, or whether the term man or women can ever be used at all. In my opinion most the ACLU LGBT agenda has been a useless war on words, yet it's taking on a greater and greater importance in the organization.

Meanwhile constitutionally-guaranteed personal liberties, such as protection against unreasonable search and seizure, seemed to be getting less and less important.

Instead I've switched to funding the EFF, which really does seem at the forefront of constitutional freedoms because it's operating in an area where they are seriously under attack. In the grand scheme of things the EFF seems to be doing much more important and historically relevant work.

pcl 2 days ago 1 reply      
This is very timely. In particular, I was happy to see the appeal for help from engineers. I've been brainstorming for the last couple of days about what more I can do to defend the America I want to live in, now that it seems clear that such defense will be necessary. But as a programmer, it's not obvious to me what is the best way for me to do so in the immediate term.

One of the things that's appealing to me about the ACLU in particular is the bipartisan nature of their mission. I'm sure that there are other such organizations out there looking for engineers to help out. Does anyone have such a list?

EDIT: here are some, from brandonb's response elsewhere in this comment thread: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=13532281

krylon 2 days ago 2 replies      
Heads-up: This going to be a long-ish, semi-OT rant:

To be honest, I feel kind of dumb these days. How I hate admitting that.

I read all the outrageous things Trump said during the Primaries and his election campaign, and I did not really take them seriously, or him. Otto von Bismarck, a German politician once said (or at least I've seen the quote attributed to him, but it seems like something he would say): "People never lie as much as before an election, during a war, or after a hunt." I was hoping that if he got elected, Trump would turn it down a notch. I mean, damn, for once a politician does as she/he promised to, and it's gotta be this guy.

What makes me feel dumb is that I could have seen it coming. There's enough people that said so. Smart people, smarter than me, certainly. I hate pulling a Godwin, but I fear lots of people in Germany must have felt like this after you-know-who rose to power. It's scary.

And I am a German, living in Germany. Let me point out, as an example, that guy in Hungary, whose name I keep forgetting. Hungary is much closer than any US territory (unless you count the military bases in Germany), and quite frankly, I don't really give a damn who is president of Hungary. Or prime minister or whatever.

With the USA, it is different. They are the most powerful country on earth, for better or worse. The risk of a military confrontation with Russia is going to be a lot lower than with Hillary, I think. But that seems to be about the only glimmer of hope[1]. Besides that, Trump turns out to be even more disgusting than I would have expected.

Y Combinator got quite a bit of flak when Peter Thiel donated more money to Trump's campaign than some people make in a lifetime, and with good reason, IMHO. So at least it's good to read about this. I hope the ACLU makes the best of this and makes life as uncomfortable for Trump and his circle of "advisors" as they are able to within the boundaries laid down in the US constitution.

The world has seen much worse people than Trump come and go, and in the long run it's all water under the bridge. But in the short run, people have suffered and died in quantities that boggle the mind. Let's hope the world gets lucky this time.

[1] 'bout the only other positive aspect I can make out right now is that reading the news is not going to get boring anytime soon.

asveikau 2 days ago 3 replies      
Pre-inauguration, discussion of Trump's immigration policies and their logical conclusion would have been shut down under the "no politics" rule.

Seems it only takes ~10 days of this stuff being real for folks here to admit that politics affects everybody and is a valid topic of discussion.

llccbb 2 days ago 0 replies      
People who want to use their tech and coding skills to enable and enact progressive change should consider getting involved in the ProgressiveCodersNetwork (Progcode)[0]. They are a dedicated organization that is all about facilitating and organizing efforts, not dictating projects.

[0] http://progcode.co

chickenfries 2 days ago 7 replies      
Peter Thiel insists that the immigration EO is does not constitute a religious ban [1], but Rudy Giuliani says this is exactly what the President asked for [2] (Also, we heard him say as much many, many times).

[1] http://www.forbes.com/sites/ryanmac/2017/01/28/peter-thiel-s...

[2] http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/316726-giuliani-t...

pkd 2 days ago 0 replies      
I am sure this is a good thing, but I can't help but feel that YC is overcompensating for the fact that one of their partners played a pivotal role in Trump's victory and they did nothing to oppose it.

But then again, maybe I am just cynical.

KVFinn 2 days ago 1 reply      
The ACLU defended a Republican city councilor in my parent's small home town for having his signs taken down by the Democratic mayor. You wouldn't think they'd even notice such a tiny thing, but they were there, and they won.
soheil 2 days ago 2 replies      
How do startups already part of YC feel about this? What are the ramifications of having your name tied with and being part of an organization that backed something that has as much to do, if not more, with politics than technology?
dirkdk 2 days ago 0 replies      
I feel the pain of the underprivileged americans, in particular our African-American brothers and sisters. However, there is a difference however between the top leadership of our country making explicit decisions to pass legislation to exclude groups of people that is at odds with the constitution and established legislation, and local government and law enforcement running cities in an unfair way.

ACLU is valuable in both situations, but in particular to fight the current executive branch that requires massive manpower, knowledge and dedication.

philip1209 2 days ago 0 replies      
Politics aside, the ACLU is experiencing hyper growth. They received the equivalent of six years of donations in 48 hours. I'm interested in seeing how YC helps them.
ErikVandeWater 2 days ago 4 replies      
Does the ACLU have any new product/entrepreneurial goals for the future? Without, it would seem this is a somewhat unusual association.
muninn_ 2 days ago 91 replies      
Although I think the American Civil Liberties Union is incredibly valuable and I'm glad they have a lot more money now to fight for the American people, I'm questioning all of this.

Where was the outpouring of funding when black people were being gunned down by cops from West Coast organizations? Where has YCombinator been as our own impoverished African-Americans are getting slaughtered in the streets of Chicago? Why weren't we funding the ACLU to help these people? I haven't seen Google talk about this, or AirBnB offer support to widows of veterans whose spouse commits suicide and has left them with nothing.

I feel for immigrants from war-torn countries, especially having been there myself. Maybe I'm too cynical and look at these moves (AirBnB, Uber, Google, etc...) as marketing moves. I wish we cared more about homeless people, people in West Virginia and Kentucky who have lost their jobs and got drenched in opiates without any protests from anybody, or veterans who can't pay their VA bills. Idk.

I know this comment will be unpopular, and that's ok. I tend to care more about those who I feel (whether true or not) are being left behind because that's who I am.

pcl 2 days ago 0 replies      
Technical issue with the Wufoo form [0]: on iOS Chrome, the input fields somehow end up triggering autofill with first name / last name. The second field is for email address, not last name, however.

Looking at the source, the best I can come up with is that the email field's 'id' attribute is set to 'title2', and maybe that's used elsewhere on the internet in a context where I've entered a last name?

Also, when I hit 'back' and corrected the name, the submit button became a (clickable) no-op. Reloading the form and re-submitting worked fine.

[0] https://ycombinatorevents.wufoo.com/forms/q42uszl19i1mu6/

gthtjtkt 2 days ago 4 replies      
So when we were dropping bombs on them it wasn't worth making an official statement, but now that they get held up at the border for a few hours it's suddenly worth talking about?

I can't think of a case where the term "Virtue Signaling" is more apt.

koolba 2 days ago 3 replies      
So when did YC decide to do this? Was it in the works for a while or purely knee jerk response to the past week?
monochromatic 2 days ago 9 replies      
The ACLU sometimes supports a worthy cause, but it's basically just a left-leaning political organization. I understand that's particularly trendy right now, and anyone who supports Trump is a pariah in Silicon Valley... but come on.

Would YC be donating directly to the Democratic party if that got the same favorable tax treatment?

wtvanhest 2 days ago 6 replies      
I remember when HN did not have a political agenda. Right or wrong, this used to be mainly about startups. Now its become a highly political message board
lorenzhs 2 days ago 0 replies      
http://archive.is/8Liu7 for anyone having trouble loading the page
adgasf 2 days ago 0 replies      
The ACLU was founded in 1920. It seems wierd to include it in a YC batch.
aestetix 2 days ago 1 reply      
This would be a lot easier for me to digest if YC could ask their companies going forward to pledge to treat all user data as PII.
tabeth 2 days ago 2 replies      
Any word on whether or not this was planned, or is this a reaction to recent events?If the latter, then I can't help but feel that this is just politically conveninent.The alternative is worse (not giving any funding), but hey, I feel what I feel.
brlewis 2 days ago 0 replies      
I hope they build their startup into a large independent entity and don't just accept the first acquisition offer they get from Google or Facebook.
aashaykumar92 2 days ago 0 replies      
"This is awesome, good luck!" or something similarly supportive should be the bulk of comments in here. Cynicism for something like this, especially given the time we're in, is not helpful.
Illniyar 2 days ago 1 reply      
What will they present at Demo Day?

Not that I'm against helping the ACLU (or any non-profit for that matter), but they don't seem like a good fit, as an organization, to an accelerator of tech startups - it's not entrepreneurial, not technology oriented, far older then YC and doesn't seek (and can't really accept) VC funding.

emperorcezar 2 days ago 3 replies      
How long till Peter Thiel breaks ties with y-combinator?
ebbv 2 days ago 0 replies      
This is great news. The ACLU has always been important, and is even more important right now as the disregard for civil liberties continues to grow in our government (at all levels including federal, state and local.)

I set up a monthly donation to the ACLU last year, and encourage everyone who can afford to do so to join in.

EDIT: Clarify wording.

johndevor 2 days ago 1 reply      
Why is Ycombinator involved in politics now? This didn't used to be the case.
hvass 2 days ago 0 replies      
Great job! I am Canadian and donated to ACLU this weekend. Fantastic decision, guys.
johngalt 2 days ago 0 replies      
I applaud anyone supporting the ACLU, but perhaps it would send a less partisan message if the YC also supported the NRA.

Of course, YC may intend to send a partisan message. In that case I guess it's better to only defend the rights that <ingroup> are interested in defending.

minimaxir 2 days ago 1 reply      
Was this association in the works before the events of last weekend?
deadcast 2 days ago 0 replies      
Happy to hear this! I just became an ACLU member yesterday and I'm grateful to have an organization like them around in our current frightening times. The amount of support they've been getting is pretty awesome! :)
giardini 2 days ago 3 replies      
Why, oh why, has this been posted here? Is there possibly a single institution that serves as more of a lightning rod for anger in the USA, in any political direction, than the ACLU? Would a similar article be posted about the NRA, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, or Southern Poverty Law Center (all which, along with ACLU, do excellent work for their contributors/supporters)?

From the ycombinator Hacker News Guidelinesat https://news.ycombinator.com/newsguidelines.html

"Off-Topic: Most stories about politics, or crime, or sports, unless they're evidence of some interesting new phenomenon." What part of "politics" is this not?

This topic now is yet another gathering point for all unhappy with the election results. Perhaps this forum will allow those discontents to vent to sufficient degree to restore themselves to adulthood and return to their work, home and friends with a more balanced attitude required of a citizen in a republic. But I fear it will simply be another place for them to reinforce their anger and distrust. It's probably a good thing that liberals, in general, avoid firearms, otherwise there might be fighting in the streets already.

cbhl 1 day ago 0 replies      
sama, I hope you will consider temporarily withdrawing YC's involvement (as an entity) with the ACLU.

I know that you mean well, and that you want to help. Your work on voteplz, and your blog posts during the election (and since) all demonstrate that.

However, this announcement -- especially now, with the ACLU raising $24 million over the weekend -- feels like "whitewashing" to me. The announcement lacks a number for the amount funded, so it must not have been big enough to be material (probably $XX,000).

I am not comfortable with Peter Thiel's involvement with the Trump campaign. And, by extension, I am not comfortable with sama's and YC's position to continue working with Thiel. I don't feel safe, given the current political environment. I feel like this announcement sounds like a way to "make up" for not cutting ties with Thiel. Basically, it looks like a PR move in YC's interest instead of the ACLU's interest -- something like the Ronald McDonald charity, or Google donating Chromebooks to schools, or an oil company donating to a charity that replants the rainforest. I worry that many others (especially immigrants, women, and people of color) may feel the same way.

I don't expect sama or YC to cut ties with Thiel -- sama has already given reasons why he doesn't wish to: https://twitter.com/sama/status/787834428064083968

But I believe that, so long as Thiel continues to be involved with YC, that YC being associated with the ACLU will harm the ACLU, its brand, and its ability to fundraise. And -- even with the brightest minds in SV -- I'm not confident in YC's ability to help the ACLU enough to offset that harm.

I really wish that I didn't feel this way about the announcement. We really need to be working together to fight to protect our democracy.

(Edit: Rewrote they -> I in Paragraph 4.)

joering2 2 days ago 0 replies      
> Also, please consider donating to the ACLU.

Am I the only one seeing irony that a billionaires VC firm is asking for donations to organization they are funding?

w00tw00tw00t 2 days ago 0 replies      
Signed up to help. If you are serious about helping, I urge you to do so as well.
wnevets 2 days ago 6 replies      
Is this the first time ycombinator.com has funded a group involved in politics?
mjmsmith 2 days ago 1 reply      
This is very welcome news, even if it won't go over well with the large number of authoritarians here.
mmckelvy 2 days ago 2 replies      
I see SV and its ilk are doubling down on the actions and ideas that lost them the election. Perhaps something beyond a knee-jerk reaction is in order.

Great article along these lines:http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2017/01/nine-questions-protesti...

Particularly salient quote:

"If you decide that border restrictions are fascist then you are declaring the views of most people to be fascist, because most people believe in border security."

Food for thought.

zitterbewegung 2 days ago 1 reply      
The article is short of details and I am curious what ycombinator will contribute to the ACLU other than capital (networking? , constructive criticism ) ? It doesn't fit the previous nonprofits since it is well established.
rafikicoln 2 days ago 0 replies      
Especially now, it is very important to voice our concerns to our representatives. I've found https://www.mailyourrep.io/ to be really good at letting me do just that.
jaypaulynice 2 days ago 1 reply      
Come on YC, glad you're funding the ACLU and it's much needed, but where is the response to the homelessness in San Francisco for example? We care more about refugees than people who already live here?! Too many companies are taking advantage of a bad situation for PR and marketing!
rhizome 2 days ago 2 replies      
I have to wonder what YC's exit strategy is here, exits not always benefiting the funded company.
yeukhon 2 days ago 0 replies      
> Apache/2.2.24 (Unix) mod_hive/5.5 mod_ssl/2.2.24 OpenSSL/1.0.0-fips mod_auth_passthrough/2.1 mod_bwlimited/1.4 FrontPage/ mod_fastcgi/2.4.6 mod_fcgid/2.3.6 Server at blog.ycombinator.com Port 443

Should probably hide this...

RainManDetroit 2 days ago 0 replies      
I wish the union had a refund policy, though I would be litigated and defamed for eternity
irrational 2 days ago 1 reply      
I appreciate the ACLU. They make it easy for me to vote. Every election I go through the voting booklet to see how the ACLU recommends I vote on candidates and issues, then I vote the opposite.
jonstewart 2 days ago 0 replies      
Thank you, YC! Hopefully your contribution outweighs the money Peter Thiel has made from his investments at YC so that there's a net gain for human rights and civil liberties.
Hydraulix989 2 days ago 0 replies      
I'll have more to say after work, but the timeline itself of tech companies' actions is telling.

First/day one (and same day as Muslim ban): The companies and people that actually cared stood up (Google)

Day Two+: Transition Period (when Lyft rushed in to capitalize on Uber's bad PR)

mid-this week (after Muslim ban): The companies that are pressured into doing so or are solely after PR karma stand up (Bezos, YC)

chx 2 days ago 0 replies      
I have debated myself but did not donate the ACLU this weekend. (I did donate to the Victoria Islamic Center Rebuilding though.) I hate to be right. Working with an organization where Peter Thiel is a partner is a betrayal of everything the ACLU stands for.
andres 2 days ago 0 replies      
Sam - I'm very proud of you and your team.
koolba 2 days ago 1 reply      
How much money do non-profits get?
hvo 2 days ago 0 replies      
A standing ovation for Ycombinator.May the grace and bless of God be with you all.Keep up the good work.
oneshoe 2 days ago 0 replies      
Simply, Thank You!
rory096 2 days ago 1 reply      
Site's intermittent. Here's a copy:

We are delighted to be funding the ACLU as a non-profit[0] in our Winter 2017 batch.

The ACLU has always been important, but has a particularly important role[1] right now. We are honored to be able to help, and we will send some of our team to New York for the rest of the batch to assist.

The ACLU will have full access to the Y Combinator network and community, and they will present at Demo Day in March.

We are hopeful that the YC community will join us in supporting this important work. In particular, if youre an engineer and want to spend some time helping them out, let us know.[2] Well keep you updated on opportunities.

Also, please consider donating to the ACLU.[3]

[0] http://www.ycombinator.com/nonprofits/

[1] https://www.aclu.org/blog/speak-freely/president-trumps-firs...

[2] https://ycombinatorevents.wufoo.com/forms/q42uszl19i1mu6/

[3] https://action.aclu.org/secure/donate-to-aclu

hannob 2 days ago 1 reply      
I see an error message. But it's actually interesting enough:"Apache/2.2.24 (Unix) mod_hive/5.5 mod_ssl/2.2.24 OpenSSL/1.0.0-fips mod_auth_passthrough/2.1 mod_bwlimited/1.4 FrontPage/ mod_fastcgi/2.4.6 mod_fcgid/2.3.6 Server at blog.ycombinator.com Port 443"

This is all widely outdated. OpenSSL 1.0.0 support has ended in 2014. Running mod_fcgid and mod_fastcgi in the same server process doesn't seem to make any sense (as they are basically competitioners for the same functionality).

andy_ppp 2 days ago 4 replies      
There are quite a few comments by presumably more right wing people marked as dead here. Excluding these people from debate this way makes hacker news less useful IMO. Why not make constructive criticism instead of downvoting, I realise it's easier...
nayuki 2 days ago 1 reply      
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jasondrowley 2 days ago 0 replies      
I keep getting an error message when I load the page.
hopeandchange 2 days ago 5 replies      
savagej 2 days ago 3 replies      
I thought the "A" in ACLU stood for American.
acqq 2 days ago 0 replies      
Anybody who wants to have a balanced view of ACLU should try to investigate for himself about the connections between the Muslim Brotherhood, an organization with a published goal to dismantle democracy once it democratically gains enough power, and ACLU.
LibreTaxi A free and open source alternative to Uber and Lyft libretaxi.org
1256 points by bpierre  2 days ago   376 comments top 63
spIrr 2 days ago 6 replies      
I'll post a comment from ProductHunt, which might give a bit more context to where the founder sees this going, and why cash rides make sense under certain circumstances he designed the app for:

[] I have gone to the founder's blog and it provides a better understanding of where he sees it going: Uber (and similar apps) will never reach many remote villages, cities and regions around the world (and don't have to), but technology could greatly help the local communities in solving their transportation problems that are as "simple" as getting from point A to point B with no other feasible options available.

For more details, here's the founder's blog on this: https://medium.com/@romanpushkin/how-i-made-uber-like-app-in...

reubensutton 2 days ago 13 replies      
My concern with this is the problem of ensuring the safety of the person driving the cab and the real identity of the rider.

Lots of drivers will be reluctant because they can be stiffed on the bill. Lots of passengers will be reluctant to use it due to the inherent risk of riding with what is essentially a stranger.

jasode 2 days ago 11 replies      
>, pay cash upon arrival.

Paying cash is a non-starter. I haven't been to a bank ATM in over 10 years. I don't even know what my card's secret PIN is to make a cash withdrawal. Being virtually cashless by using credit-cards for everything is very common in professional circles.

A credit-card is simpler and the exact line-item amount showing up on my monthly statement helps me keep track of travel expenses. (Also, many credit cards transactions will download to the Quicken ledger for people that use that personal finance software.)

Paying by credit also helps keep drivers accountable and reduces fraud.

bpierre 2 days ago 2 replies      
About the trust and reputation issue, I think blockchain technologies could play an important role for decentralized services like this.

I would like to see a multipurpose reputation / trust system based on the blockchain, exposing all the needed features as a simple library and / or HTTP API, ready to be implemented by apps and websites.

I think we are still in a period where a lot of products are built either in a centralized way, or all on the blockchain and decentralized technologies (like IPFS). It makes sense as we are still in the experimentation phase, but it could change in the near future. People could start using the blockchain where it is the most efficient today, as a brick part of a product (e.g. to build a solid decentralized reputation system), instead of being the foundation layer of the product.

kiliankoe 2 days ago 1 reply      
Completely disregarding the rest of the page/service/post I kinda dislike that Telegram is being touted as the most secure messenger out there. That's not even close to true. By default all that Telegram offers is transport security and afaik unaudited end-to-end encryption with their own protocol if two users choose to use it (and lock themselves into the platform they start that conversation on).
jasonlfunk 2 days ago 3 replies      
It's definitely an interesting idea. Though one of the major features that I love about Uber/Lyft is that I don't have to worry about paying in cash.
dvfjsdhgfv 2 days ago 1 reply      
Am I the only one to see the irony of this? Uber and Lyft bring "disruption to the industry", then a new player enters and has the potential of disrupting their business model...Now, their only line of defense against LibreTaxi is to use the same rhetoric the Taxi companies had been using against them.
anondon 2 days ago 2 replies      
> Based on Telegram app, most secured and fastest messenger in the world.

Red flag right there.

coffeedoughnuts 2 days ago 1 reply      
Re: Credit Card Integration

Stripe doesn't really cost that much; you could support card payments and pass the stripe fees along to both parties (50/50 to the passenger and driver)

This is a really good idea if it can take off, but I think cash only is a non-starter, though I understand the restriction initially

namlem 2 days ago 1 reply      
I don't think this is the right approach. IMO, what we need a platform for regional driver co-ops. You obviously wouldn't have the consistency of Uber and Lyft, but the service would take only a tiny cut since they don't have to provide anything other than the app. When you want to hail a car, you'd be able to choose from any local services, which are responsible for the vetting and insurance of drivers. It has its flaws, obviously, but such driver co-ops already exist in some places, so I think it could work.
martin-adams 2 days ago 1 reply      
Interesting idea. So does this skip on any verification that the person can drive and car is safe to be in?
jstejada 2 days ago 2 replies      
If becoming a driver is so easy, what about security for passengers? I'm from a city that has been known to be "dangerous", and the main reason I use Uber there over taxis is for security. How does LibreTaxi prevent bad actors from becoming drivers?
CrLf 2 days ago 1 reply      
At the first glance, this seems to be a way to bring the 3rd world taxi experience to the 21st century.

Really, no taxi licenses, no requirements on cars, no driver verification, no GPS, paying cash... I feel safe already.

eloisant 2 days ago 4 replies      
There are actually taxi cooperative or call center that have their own app. But they're each limited to one city.

What they need to do is get together to release a high-quality app that works all over the world by relying on the local taxi call center partner.

hd4 1 day ago 0 replies      
This is an absolutely brilliant idea, especially love how they're building on Redis, Firebase and Telegram (regardless of whether you think it's secure or not, that's hardly the point here), reinventing the wheel is what our industry needs to stop doing, this may be the best example of "Standing on the shoulders of giants" technology I've seen yet.
xrjn 2 days ago 2 replies      
I'm surprised no one mentioned Arcade City[0], which is working on a peer to peer alternative to Uber and Lift, using a blockchain. Drivers set their own prices, and there are no georestrictions like on Uber.

[0] https://arcade.city/

tehabe 2 days ago 0 replies      
I would love an app for calling and advising on regular unionised taxi service in any city.
gmisra 2 days ago 1 reply      
If app-fication of ride hailing is what you want, it's worth mentioning that in the SF bay area, Flywheel has done an excellent job of making a feature-rich app and network [0]. Personally, I have found it to be an excellent service, the things that matter the most to me are availability of rides, timeliness of driver dispatch and arrival, and communication with drivers (when necessary).

[0] http://www.flywheel.com/passenger-app

UweSchmidt 1 day ago 0 replies      
Cutting out the middle man - that's what an internet business is supposed to do!
fataliss 2 days ago 1 reply      
I guess you need to think about this more as a monetized version of hitchhiking than a free Uber/Lyft. Cause in terms of liability there is about 0 coverage. You can't even know if the driver is insured at all. While I love the idea of the app and it's openness, I am not sure there would be a market/use for it where Uber/Lyft is available.
docdeek 2 days ago 2 replies      
Interesting idea but not as convenient for someone who travels and doesnt want to organize a cash withdrawal to leave the airport. With Uber I can just get going.
gragas 2 days ago 0 replies      
The address shown on the phone is the address of a fantastic breakfast place in Potrero Hill. I'd recommend it to anyone.
sergiotapia 2 days ago 4 replies      
I would never use this or recommend it. Extremely unsafe. Any goon can create a "Taxi" account and do whatever he wants.
bruceb 2 days ago 0 replies      
Rideconnect.com, A way to create your own ride network was posted here a few days ago. https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=13502133

All face chicken and egg problem but would be nice to explore uber alternatives

hwestiii 1 day ago 1 reply      
Nice to see. Uber, Lyft, et al have always seemed like exactly the wrong solution here. The availability of the vehicle and the demand for it are inherently local phenomnena, so why should some arbitrary company who knows where be the major broker for dealing with this issue worldwide? I understand network effects, etc., but it seems that localized brokerage would serve all parties the best.
creeble 2 days ago 1 reply      
Interesting, (I think) this is exactly the kind of app/service I was talking about with a taxi driver in Tahoe a month ago.

It's a rural area with several small taxi companies, but none offer real-time info or the convenience of a single app to use to call a taxi.

homulilly 2 days ago 1 reply      
Using this looks like a great way to end up stuffed into a suitcase in the bottom of a lake. Part of the appeal of Uber or Lyft is that they ostensibly conduct background checks of some sort to weed out the psychopaths.
em3rgent0rdr 2 days ago 1 reply      
with #DeleteUber trending, I think now would be a great time to promote this, but I think needs the following:

(1) ought to use a fully open-source messaging backend instead of Telegram (closed server). Would be great if could interface to the Telegram bot with a variety of messaging systems.

(2) needs to work without a dataplan if to be viable in rural areas (Silence, the SMS-fork of Signal)

(3) needs to easily accept a variety of payment mechanisms, including credit cards, PayPal(s), and crypto-currency, so can interface with people who don't use cash.

(4) needs to have a distributed p2p reputation system (hello blockchain).

espadrine 2 days ago 1 reply      
In France, a somewhat similar effort is being built: https://le.taxi.

Except that it bootstraps its security on the existing vetting process for taxi companies.

thinkloop 2 days ago 0 replies      
Things I like about rideshares:

- no payment friction

- easy gps integration

- safety

Things missing from this service:

- see above

CodeWriter23 2 days ago 1 reply      
If you're in Los Angeles, I strongly recommend googling LAPD Bandit Cab Enforcement before using this app to give rides. Also, other cities may have similar enforcement operations.
exception_e 2 days ago 0 replies      
Might not be a bad idea to mark this as "beta" on the website and list some of the roadmap ideas being worked on: https://github.com/ro31337/libretaxi#technical-roadmap-unord... to ease public concerns.

This is a _great_ idea, but it is really early on and needs a safety and open-source-friendly CC integration before being advertised in my opinion.

jacamat 2 days ago 1 reply      
I never carry cash. Why not just integrate Stripe for debit/credit card transactions? Or literally anything.
TeeWEE 1 day ago 0 replies      
This wont work. Taxidrivers often dont speak your language, and always try to get high prices by being not so friendly. Uber/Lyft solves this problem.
kixiQu 2 days ago 0 replies      
It could have great potential, and I see the virtue of this kind of thing globally, but my first thought was "This seems like a great way to get murdered." Maybe that's a gender thing?
pugworthy 1 day ago 0 replies      
I guess the days of names like, "iTaxi" and "Taxer" are gone. How long until all the "Libre" names are passe I wonder?
Steeeve 2 days ago 0 replies      
Install link doesn't work, and it doesn't show up on the play store.
Handwash 2 days ago 0 replies      
I don't like to bargain.
hobarrera 2 days ago 0 replies      
The "install" link forwards to some obscure URL that simply won't work on normal browsers:


Endy 2 days ago 0 replies      
How will they deal with the issues of ADA compliance, ensuring that the drivers and vehicles are safe, and compliance with local T&LC regulations like medallions, etc?
mbostleman 2 days ago 0 replies      
Cash only. That makes it practical for me about .01% of the time.
adultSwim 2 days ago 0 replies      
Taxi companies need to band together now. They finally have apps but each one has their own. They will keep getting crushed until they share dispatching.
floatboth 2 days ago 0 replies      
"Get hired instantly" doesn't sound good
mrmondo 2 days ago 0 replies      
I like the idea, but the idea of having to carry and use cash is enough to put me off completely.
icemelt8 1 day ago 0 replies      
Uber and Careem are banned in Karachi, a city of 20 million.

This seems like a life saver.

yalogin 2 days ago 0 replies      
How is this different from me remembering a bunch of cab phone numbers and calling them? What is this app doing?
Yan_Coutinho 2 days ago 0 replies      
I thought it was created by the same guys whi created LibreOffice
jonthepirate 1 day ago 0 replies      
It is written in Javascript.
mattspitz 2 days ago 0 replies      
<Insert gratuitous joke about LibreTaxi vs. GratisTaxi here>
spectrum1234 2 days ago 1 reply      
Sounds great but the advantage the main guys have is the network effect, a large fleet. The fact that this is free suggests no marketing budget and therefore less drivers and passengers, both which depend on each other to grow.
sharemywin 2 days ago 0 replies      
Maybe allow taxis to pay for a background check.


Also it would be easy enough to allow someone to send an invoice with their own payment options.

kylebenzle 2 days ago 0 replies      
Bitcoin finally making new applications possible!
novorool 1 day ago 0 replies      
Really great tool, nice job!
dmitrygr 2 days ago 0 replies      
> No vehicle restrictions.

uuuh.... no thanks?

joe563323 2 days ago 1 reply      
The Best thing about FSF is they never give up even when it seems like there is no chance of success at the present movement. True RMS spirit.
thomasfl 1 day ago 0 replies      
This should have been implemented as a Facebook Messenger Bot.
CodeWriter23 2 days ago 0 replies      
No Rideshare Insurance? NO PROBLEM!
viach 2 days ago 0 replies      
It is disrupting the disruptors.
jijji 2 days ago 0 replies      
this thing isnt ready for primetime...
partycoder 1 day ago 0 replies      
I wonder why kue. kue is a queuing system built on top of redis.Why not something like zmq, RabbitMQ, Kafka, etc.
awinter-py 2 days ago 0 replies      
free as in ...
miguelrochefort 2 days ago 1 reply      
Why do we need a dedicated app for everything? Is it not time to build one app that can be used for everything, including ride sharing, food delivery and item listing?
kkhire 2 days ago 3 replies      
This is the height of stupidity.

If you absolutely refuse to use any products built by C-suite execs that advise and/or support Trump, then go live as a hermit in the wilderness.

edit: Uber/lyft are built by smart and motivated technologists who spend everyday making the most sophisticated ridesharing platforms out there. To use an unvetted and unsafe knockoff is inane.

GitLab Database Incident Live Report docs.google.com
1153 points by sbuttgereit  2 days ago   589 comments top 108
CrLf 1 day ago 9 replies      
The public report is nice and we can see a sequence of mishaps from it, that shouldn't have been allowed to happen but which (unfortunately) are not that uncommon. I've done my share of mistakes, I know what's like to be in emergency mode and too tired to think straight, so I'm going to refrain from criticizing individual actions.

What I'm going to criticize is the excess of transparency:

You absolutely DO NOT publish postmortems referencing actions by NAMED individuals, EVER.

From reading the whole report it's clear that the group is at fault, not a single individual. But most people won't read the whole thing, even less people will try to understand the whole picture. That's why failures are always attributed publicly to the whole team, and actions by individuals are handled internally only.

And they're making it even worse by livestreaming the thing! It's like having your boss looking over your shoulder but a million times worse...

DanielDent 2 days ago 5 replies      
I'm a huge Gitlab fan. But I long ago lost faith in their ability to run a production service at scale.

Nothing important of mine is allowed to live exclusively on Gitlab.com.

It seems like they are just growing too fast for their level of investment in their production environment.

One of the only reasons I was comfortable using Gitlab.com in the first place was because I knew I could migrate off it without too much disruption if I needed to (yay open source!). Which I ended up forced to do on short notice when their CI system became unusable for people who use their own runners (overloaded system + an architecture which uses a database as a queue. ouch.).

Which put an end to what seemed like constant performance issues. It was overdue, and made me sleep well about things like backups :).

A while back one of their database clusters went into split brain mode, which I could tell as an outsider pretty quickly... but for those on the inside, it took them a while before they figured it out. My tweet on the subject ended up helping document when the problem had started.

If they are going to continue offering Gitlab.com I think they need to seriously invest in their talent. Even with highly skilled folks doing things efficiently, at some point you just need more people to keep up with all the things that need to be done. I know it's a hard skillset to recruit for - us devopish types are both quite costly and quite rare - but I think operating the service as they do today seriously tarnishes the Gitlab brand.

I don't like writing things like this because I know it can be hard to hear/demoralizing. But it's genuine feedback that, taken in the kind spirit is intended, will hopefully be helpful to the Gitlab team.

js2 1 day ago 1 reply      
If you're a sys admin long enough, it will eventually happen to you that you'll execute a destructive command on the wrong machine. I'm fortunate that it happened to me very early in my career, and I made two changes in how I work at the suggestion of a wiser SA.

1) Before executing a destructive command, pause. Take your hands off the keyboard and perform a mental check that you're executing the right command on the right machine. I was explicitly told to literally sit on my hands while doing this check, and for a long time I did so. Now I just remove my hands from the keyboard and lower them to my side while re-considering my action.

2) Make your production shells visually distinct. I setup staging machine shells with a yellow prompt and production shells with a red prompt, with full hostname in the prompt. You can also color your terminal window background. Or use a routine such as: production terminal windows are always on the right of the screen. Close/hide all windows that aren't relevant to the production task at hand. It should always be obvious what machine you're executing a commmand on and especially whether it is production. (edit: I see this is in outage the remeditation steps.)

One last thing: I try never to run 'rm -rf /some/dir' straight out. I'll almost always rename the directory and create a new directory. I don't remove the old directory till I confirm everything is working as expected. Really, 'rm -rf' should trigger red-alerts in your brain, especially if a glob is involved, no matter if you're running it in production or anywhere else. DANGER WILL ROBINSON plays in my brain every time.

Lastly, I'm sorry for your loss. I've been there, it sucks.

elementalest 2 days ago 7 replies      
>1. LVM snapshots are by default only taken once every 24 hours. YP happened to run one manually about 6 hours prior to the outage

>2. Regular backups seem to also only be taken once per 24 hours, though YP has not yet been able to figure out where they are stored. According to JN these dont appear to be working, producing files only a few bytes in size.

>3. SH: It looks like pg_dump may be failing because PostgreSQL 9.2 binaries are being run instead of 9.6 binaries. This happens because omnibus only uses Pg 9.6 if data/PG_VERSION is set to 9.6, but on workers this file does not exist. As a result it defaults to 9.2, failing silently. No SQL dumps were made as a result. Fog gem may have cleaned out older backups.

>4. Disk snapshots in Azure are enabled for the NFS server, but not for the DB servers. The synchronisation process removes webhooks once it has synchronised data to staging. Unless we can pull these from a regular backup from the past 24 hours they will be lost The replication procedure is super fragile, prone to error, relies on a handful of random shell scripts, and is badly documented

>5. Our backups to S3 apparently dont work either: the bucket is empty

>So in other words, out of 5 backup/replication techniques deployed none are working reliably or set up in the first place.

Sounds like it was only a matter of time before something like this happened. How could so many systems be not working and no one notice?

nanch 2 days ago 0 replies      
I remember when we accidentally deleted our customers' data. That was the worst feeling I ever had running our business. It was about 4% of our entire storage set and had to let our customers know and start the resyncs. Those first 12 hours of panic were physically and emotionally debilitating - more than they have the right to be. I learned an important lesson that day: Business is business and personal is personal. I remember it like it was yesterday, the momement I conciously decided I would no longer allow business operations determine my physical health (stress level, heart rate, sleep schedule).

For what it's worth, it was a lesson worth learning despite what seemed like catastrophic world-ending circumstances.

We survived, and GitLab will too. GitLab has been an extraordinary service since the beginning. Even if their repos were to get wiped (which seems not to be the case), I'd still continue supporting them (after I re-up'd from my local repos). I appreciate their transparency and hope that they can turn this situation into a positive lesson in the long run.

Best of luck to GitLab sysops and don't forget to get some sleep and relax.

ams6110 2 days ago 8 replies      

YP thinks that perhaps pg_basebackup is being super pedantic about there being an empty data directory, decides to remove the directory. After a second or two he notices he ran it on db1.cluster.gitlab.com, instead of db2.cluster.gitlab.com

Good lesson on the risks of working on a live production system late at night when you're tired and/or frustrated.

totally 2 days ago 1 reply      
I had a great manager a little while back who said they had an expression in Spain:

> "The person who washes the dishes is the one who breaks them."

Not, like, all the time. But sometimes. If you don't have one of these under your belt, you might ask yourself if you're moving too slow.

If that didn't help, he would also point out:

> "This is not a hospital."

Whatever the crisis, and there were some good ones, we weren't going to save anyone's life by running around.

Sure, data loss sucks, but nobody died today because of this.

I really appreciate the raw timeline. I feel your pain. Get some sleep. Tomorrow is a new day.

niftich 2 days ago 2 replies      
I applaud their forthrightness and hope that it's recoverable so that most of the disaster is averted.

To me the most illuminating lesson is that debugging 'weird' issues is enough of a minefield; doing it in production is fraught with even more peril. Perhaps we as users (or developers with our 'user' hat on) expect so much availability as to cause companies to prioritize it so high, but (casually, without really being on the hook for any business impact) I'd say availability is nice to have, while durability is mandatory. To me, an emergency outage would've been preferable to give the system time to catch up or recover, with the added bonus of also kicking off the offending user causing spurious load.

My other observation is that troubleshooting -- the entire workflow -- is inevitably pure garbage. We engineer systems to work well -- these days often with elaborate instrumentation to spin up containers of managed services and whatnot, but once they no longer work well we have to dip down to the lowest adminable levels, tune obscure flags, restart processes to see if it's any better, muck about with temp files, and use shell commands that were designed 40 years ago for when it was a different time. This is a terrible idea. I don't have an easy solution for the 'unknown unknowns', but the collective state of 'what to do if this application is fucking up' feels like it's in the stone ages compared to what we've accomplished on the side of when things are actually working.

Walkman 2 days ago 3 replies      
Seems like very basic mistakes were made, not at the event but way long before. If you don't test to restore your backups, you don't have a backup. How does it go unnoticed that S3 backups don't work for so long?
jlengrand 1 day ago 0 replies      
Gotta love the tweet though : "We accidentally deleted production data and might have to restore from backup."


As usual, I really love the transparency they are showing in how they are taking care of the issue. Lots to learn from

elliottcarlson 1 day ago 0 replies      
Regarding making mistakes:

Tom Watson Jr., CEO of IBM between 1956 and 1971, was a key figure in the information revolution. Watson repeatedly demonstrated his abilities as a leader, never more so than in our first short story.

A young executive had made some bad decisions that cost the company several million dollars. He was summoned to Watsons office, fully expecting to be dismissed. As he entered the office, the young executive said, I suppose after that set of mistakes you will want to fire me. Watson was said to have replied,

Not at all, young man, we have just spent a couple of million dollars educating you.

jamesmiller5 2 days ago 4 replies      
As I read the report I notice a lot of PostgreSQL "backup" systems depend on snapshotting from the FS & Rsync. This may work for database write logs, but it certainly will corrupt live git repositories that use local file system locking guarantees. NFS also requires special attention (a symlink lock) as writes can be acknowledged concurrently for byte offsets unless NFSv4 locking & compatible storage software is used.

Git repo corruption from snapshotting tech (tarball, zfs, rsync, etc): http://web.archive.org/web/20130326122719/http://jefferai.or...

Prev. Hacker News submission: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=5431409

Gitlab, I know you are all under pressure atm but when the storm passes feel free to reach out to my HN handle at jmiller5.com and I'd be happy to let you know if any of your repository backup solutions are dangerous/prone to corruption.

aubreykilian 1 day ago 0 replies      
This happened to me one night late a few years back, with Oracle on a CentOS server. rm -rf /data/oradata/ on the wrong machine.

I managed to get the data back though, as Oracle was still running and had the files open. "lsof | grep '(deleted)'" and /proc/<ORACLEPIDHERE>/fd/* saved my life. I managed to stop all connections to the database, copy all the (deleted) files into a temp directory, stop Oracle, copy the files to their rightful place, and start up Oracle, with no data lost.

ploxiln 2 days ago 0 replies      
Amazingly transparent and honest.

Unfortunately, this kind of situation, "only the ideal case ever worked at all", is not uncommon. I've seen it before ... when doing things the right way, dotting 'I's and crossing 'T's, requires an experienced employee a good week or two, it's very tempting for a lean startup to bang out something that seems to work in a couple days and move on.

travisby 1 day ago 2 replies      
Amazing document. Thank you for sharing. Taking it back to my company to make sure we can learn from it and to know what to check (like our logical backups... I know we've seen issues with our 9.5 servers and RHEL7 defaulting to 9.1 or 9.2 on our host where we take the backups from! Verifying exit code here we come...)

@sytse, I noticed you _do_ use streaming WAL replication, but I didn't notice any mention of attempting Point In Time Recovery. Have you taken a look into archiving the WAL files in S3? Those, along with frequent pg_basebackup's (frequent because replaying a WAL file has been painfully slow for us) could allow you to point in time recover to either a timestamp, or a transaction (and before or after). https://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.6/static/continuous-archiv...

We use https://github.com/wal-e/wal-e to manage our uploading to swift (no S3 at our company heh) and then inhouse tooling to build a recovery.conf. Note we actually have our asynchronous followers work off of this system too so they're not taking bandwidth from the primary.

(note this is can lead to ~ 1 WAL file of data loss, but is acceptable for us.)

I doubt I could be of any help, since reading the report definitely shows y'all having an up on me with pg knowledge, but if there's anything I can do / talk about feel free to reach out.

susi22 1 day ago 0 replies      
I was a Sysadmin for a university for a while. During those years I also messed up once. I learnt one thing: If you run a command that cannot be undone, you pause, take a few seconds and think. Is it the right directory? Is it the right server (yes this has happened to me too). Are those the right parameters? Can I simulate the command beforehand?

I introduced this double check for myself, and it has actually caught a few commands I was about to run.

CameronBanga 2 days ago 1 reply      
Not sure if the doc here is refreshing or scary. But Godspeed GitLab team. I've loved the product for about two years now, so curious to see how this plays out.
sciurus 2 days ago 1 reply      
This is why you have lots of copies of your data. Matt Raney has a great talk about designing for failure that includes details on Uber's "worst outage ever." It too involved postgresql replication and mistaking on host for another, but they didn't lose any data because they had more than a dozen live copies of their database.


This isn't an alternative to working backups, of course, but it is an additional safety net. Plus it can give you a lot more options when handling an incident.

vhost- 1 day ago 1 reply      
I haven't seen or done anything of this scale before, but I did have a very sobering moment while working on a large online retailers stack as a systems engineer.

We were rolling out a new stack in another data center across the country and before replication went live, I decided to connect and check things out. Our chef work hadn't completed for the database hosts, so I decided to install some OS updates by hand using pssh on all the MySQL hosts and saw a kernel update. So I thought, the DC isn't live yet, no replication is running, I'll just restart these servers. So I did using pssh again and then I caught a glimps at the domain in some output and my face went completely pale. I restarted the production databases... all of them. And they all had 256GB of ecc memory. It takes a very long time for each of those machines to POST.

I contacted the client and said the maintenance page was my fault and was fully expecting to be fired on the spot, but they just grilled me about being careful in the future, and then laughed it off.

I've been the most careful ever since then. It scared me straight. Always make sure you are in the right environment before you do anything that requires a write operation.

lallysingh 1 day ago 1 reply      
I'm commenting a bit late, but I hope it's still read by the gitlab team.

First, you kept heads and didn't turn on each other. That's a major success, and gives me more confidence in gitlab. The rest you can improve on onlyif you have this right.

Second, I'm sure you've gotten the message to test your backups and recovery plan. It's a good time to read the Google SRE book, and consider how to put together full integration tests that build up a db, back it up, nuke the original, and recover from the db. With containers this isn't actually awful to do.

But I didn't see much mentioned about load tests. A few simple scripts that hit your server (or test instance!) hard can help you find points where things fall apart under load. Even if you don't have a good way to gracefully do anything else other than alert a human, you can figure out what to monitor and how to make sure your backup/recovery plans can deal with a shit-ton of spammer data suddenly in your DB.

polygot 2 days ago 2 replies      
"So in other words, out of 5 backup/replication techniques deployed none are working reliably or set up in the first place."
Heliosmaster 1 day ago 1 reply      
they are livestreaming their recovery process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nc0hPGerSd4
gizmo 2 days ago 14 replies      
This is painful to read. It's easy to say that they they should have tested their backups better, and so on, but there is another lesson here, one that's far more important and easily missed.

When doing something really critical (such as playing with the master database late at night) ALWAYS work with a checklist. Write down WHAT you are going to do, and if possible, talk to a coworker about it so you can vocalize the steps. If there is no coworker, talk to your rubber ducky or stapler on your desk. This will help you catch mistakes. Then when the entire plan looks sensible, go through the steps one by one. Don't deviate from the plan. Don't get distracted and start switching between terminal windows. While making the checklist ask yourself if what you're doing is A) absolutely necessary and B) risks making things worse. Even when the angry emails are piling up you can't allow that pressure to cloud your judgment.

Every startup has moments when last-minute panic-patching of a critical part of the server infrastructure is needed, but if you use a checklist you're not likely to mess up badly, even when tired.

ocdtrekkie 2 days ago 0 replies      
First of all, I want to say: I think the GitLab people are incredible. They're open and transparent about everything they do, and I think that in a world dominated by GitHub, the fact that GitLab exists is hugely important to decentralization and the continued march of open source. This document continues to demonstrate how the GitLab people are great, transparent people.

That being said, this is why you shouldn't entrust a cloud service to keep your data safe: "So in other words, out of 5 backup/replication techniques deployed none are working reliably or set up in the first place."

My backups work. I know they work, because I run them and I test them. People entrusting cloud services to have good backups cannot say that.

mnarayan01 2 days ago 0 replies      
Start at:

> At this point frustration begins to kick in. Earlier this night YP explicitly mentioned he was going to sign off as it was getting late (23:00 or so local time), but didnt due to the replication problems popping up all of a sudden.

This is why I'm not a fan of emergency pager duty.

V-2 1 day ago 0 replies      
I know it's not a laughing matter (and suddenly my working day just seems much easier), but when I read

"YP says its best for him not to run anything with sudo any more today"

I couldn't but smile. Yeah, well, that's a good point probably : )

musicmatze 1 day ago 3 replies      
They say that git data (repos and wikis) are not affected... well ... if they would have had their PRs and Issues in git repositories, too...

Disclaimer: Worked on a POC for exactly this last semester and going to publish my results in the next few weeks.

nickjj 1 day ago 3 replies      
I wonder if this could have been avoided by using different subdomains.

For example, instead of db1.cluster, what if it were named db-production.cluster. Would it have still happened? Probably not.

I could totally see myself accidentally typing db1 out of muscle memory, but there's no way to accidentally type db-production.

danaliv 1 day ago 0 replies      
> 2017/01/31 23:00-ish YP thinks that perhaps pg_basebackup is being super pedantic about there being an empty data directory, decides to remove the directory. After a second or two he notices he ran it on db1.cluster.gitlab.com, instead of db2.cluster.gitlab.com

A long, frustrating day. Running destructive commands at 11pm. This is why pilots have duty time limits. YP should've been relieved by another engineer who was physically and mentally fresher. Human beings have limits, and when we reach them, we make moreand worsemistakes. Any process that fails to account for this is broken.

ChuckMcM 2 days ago 0 replies      
So in other words, out of 5 backup/replication techniques deployed none are working reliably or set up in the first place.

Ouch. That is so harsh. Sorry to hear about the incident. Testing ones backups can be a pain to do but it is so very important.

coding123 2 days ago 1 reply      
We're using the Gitlab CE for our internal use, but one of our customer's is on Gitlab.com. We're likely still going to recommend Gitlab.com after this, but also enable mirroring to our internal instance.

As a side note, I just checked our S3 Gitlab backup bucket and it does have backups for every day for the last year (1.8 GB each yikes) so instead of failing to create the backups, its actually failing to delete the older ones! :)

cs2818 2 days ago 0 replies      
Wow, very intriguing to read. I appreciate honest event descriptions like this.

This has reminded me how important it is to perform regular rehearsals of data recovery scenarios. I'd much rather find these failures in a practice run. Thanks to GitLab for continuing to openly share their experience.

LeonidBugaev 1 day ago 1 reply      
Not so long ago GitLab decided to move from using AWS Cloud to managing own hardware. I wonder if such situation could happen if they used managed Postgres with automatic backups. Most of us use Cloud because OP's is hard, and human related risks are too high.
TimWolla 2 days ago 3 replies      
Are 'YP' the initials of an employee or is this an acronym I don't know?
ArtDev 2 days ago 2 replies      
I noticed the issue when I was pushing code earlier today.Hopefully this gets resolved soon.You guys are doing a great job. Keep up the good work!
jtchang 2 days ago 0 replies      
You know this actually makes me want to try out gitlab. They are super transparent and the fact that they ran into this issue now means they will just be better off in the long run. Does it suck? Sure. But this is why you backup your own data anyway.
jfindley 1 day ago 3 replies      
"The replication procedure is super fragile, prone to error, relies on a handful of random shell scripts, and is badly documented"

This is true of many databases, but in my experience is particularly true of postgres. It's a marvelous single-instance product, but I've never really found any replication/ha tech for it that I've been that happy with. I've always been a bit nervous about postgres-backed products for this very reason.

I'd be interested what other people's take on this is, though.

graphememes 2 days ago 0 replies      
If you haven't tested your backups, you don't have backups.
tcpipcowboy 1 day ago 0 replies      
I'm curious to know what strategy has been developed out of this regarding delivery of spam through creation of snippets. In the original GitLab First Incident report it noted "spammers were hammering the database by creating snippets, making it unstable". So many easily accessible platforms are out there that this method of spamming could be used on that it seems like a necessity to evaluate current workflows and identify where checks/balances can be inserted that would prevent this from happening again. Short of removal of snippets, there must be some method of snippet grepping that would put a pause on suspicious snippets, preventing the bulk of submissions along the lines of what GitLab initially received.
perlgeek 1 day ago 0 replies      
>2. Regular backups seem to also only be taken once per 24 hours, though YP has not yet been able to figure out where they are stored. According to JN these dont appear to be working, producing files only a few bytes in size.

>3. SH: It looks like pg_dump may be failing because PostgreSQL 9.2 binaries are being run instead of 9.6 binaries. This happens because omnibus only uses Pg 9.6 if data/PG_VERSION is set to 9.6, but on workers this file does not exist. As a result it defaults to 9.2, failing silently. No SQL dumps were made as a result. Fog gem may have cleaned out older backups.

>5. Our backups to S3 apparently dont work either: the bucket is empty

I think we've all seen that with some kind of report or backup or that's regularly reported: an empty file or none at all is generated due to some silent error.

I highly recommend creating a monitoring check for file size for each automatically generated file.

At $work, we also generate quite a few config files (for Radius, DHCP servers, web servers, mail servers....). For those we have a mechanism that diffs the old and the new version, and rejects the new version if the diff exceeds a pre-defined percentage of the file size, escalating the decision to a human.

tony-allan 2 days ago 1 reply      
It's good when companies are open and honest about problems.

I imagine they will have a great multi-level tested backup process in the next day or two!

yjlim5 2 days ago 1 reply      
My team and I switched from bitbucket to gitlab a few months ago and we love the transition. Gitlab provides a lot of value to me and my team who are learning how to code while working on side projects. Although we cannot send merge requests today because of this issue, we are all cheering them on. Im very happy that they are so transparent about their issues because my team and I are learning so much from their report and insights here on HN comments. Good luck!
onetom 1 day ago 1 reply      
Thank you GitLab people for writing a log!It's just as important as the service you are providing.Keep up the good job and never be afraid to talk about your mistakes.

It would be also very educational if you could try to do a "5 whys" session and share it too.The person who made the mistake deserves a bit of rest, that's for sure.I wish she or he is supported by the team emotionally and not just being blamed.

zamalek 1 day ago 0 replies      
> Work is interrupted due to this, and due to spam/high load on GitLab.com

This is why spam should be illegal. The advertisers, the ISPs harboring them or their country should be taken on for damages. This not only prevented Gitlab from doing business, but also people who depend on them from doing business. It's criminal.

ygersie 1 day ago 0 replies      
Funny that I haven't seen the following anecdote yet: One is none, two is one (== none). AFAICT there were only 2 Postgres instances? What gives? How would you ever feel comfortable when one goes down?

How we deal with recovery:

- run DB servers on ZFS- built a tool to orchestrate snapshotting (every 15 minutes) using an external Mutex to distribute snapshot creation for best recover accuracy. You could also have increased retention over time like:

- keep 6 snapshots of 5 minutes- 4 hourly- 1 daily- 1 weekly

Recover: choose point in time closest to fckup, the tool automatically elects the DB with closest (earlier than given time) snapshot. All other slaves are restored before that point in time and roll forward to the active state of new "master".

Instead of executing worst case recovery plans by copying data to at least 6 (minimal) db read slaves we can recover in minutes with minimal data loss (especially when you consider downtime == data loss).

There are cases where a setup like this would be a no go (think of companies where having lost transactions are absolutely devastating) but I don't think Gitlab is one of those.

Side effect of ZFS is being able to ship blocks of data as offsite backups (instead of dumping), able to `zpool import` anywhere, checksumming, compression etc etc..

frik 1 day ago 1 reply      
The major Azure problems like two years ago were documented by GitLab in similar manner. I find the openess a good thing, even in not so good times. Thumbs up.
piinbinary 2 days ago 0 replies      
If you haven't done so recently, TEST YOUR BACKUPS.
riebschlager 2 days ago 1 reply      
I'm another happy GitLab user, but things like this always kinda freak me out.

Do any of you use any repo-mirroring strategy? Something a little more automated than pushing to and maintaining separate remotes? For example, would it be worth it to spin up a self-hosted GitLab instance and then script nightly pulls from GitLab.com?

Edit: Answered my own question! If anyone else was curious: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14288288/gitlab-repositor...

jorblumesea 1 day ago 2 replies      
So, maybe a stupid question from a frontend dev who doesn't deal with these systems at all, but aren't these systems usually part of a cluster with read replicas? Blowing away the contents of one box shouldn't destroy the cluster right? I thought the primary/secondary pattern was really common among relational databases and failover boxes and other measures were standard practice. Was the command executed on all machines? Is the cluster treated as one file system? Please excuse the ignorance.
aidos 1 day ago 0 replies      
I really feel for everyone involved. Knowing Gitlab, they'll learn and become better for it.

I've been using the PS1 trick they mention for the last couple of years and I've found it to be a really good visual check (red=prod, yellow=staging, green=dev). We then also apply the colorscheme to the header in our admin pages too. Those of us that are jumping between environments are a big risk to data :-)

adamkittelson 1 day ago 0 replies      
I think the fact that no one seems to even remember that GitHub had a similar incident in 2010 https://github.com/blog/744-today-s-outage is a good thing to keep in mind for the GitLab team. This too shall pass etc.
CaliforniaKarl 2 days ago 1 reply      
First off, my heartfelt commiserations for the GitLab team here. My suggestion: Start watching an hour-long video; the rsync will finish right when it gets to the good part!

I wonder if a future project might be to have the DB-stored stuff use Git as a replication back-end. Like, for example, having each issue be a directory, and individual comments be JSON files. It would never (normally) be the data store "of record" (the DB would), but maybe that would work as a backup?

leesalminen 2 days ago 2 replies      
This is the stuff my nightmares consist of after 900 consecutive days of being on call (and counting).
mdekkers 1 day ago 0 replies      
YP thinks that perhaps pg_basebackup is being super pedantic about there being an empty data directory, decides to remove the directory. After a second or two he notices he ran it on db1.cluster.gitlab.com, instead of db2.cluster.gitlab.com

My heart honestly goes out to YP. This is a terrible sysops _oh shit_ moment.

ckdarby 2 days ago 2 replies      
"Our backups to S3 apparently dont work either: the bucket is empty"

6/6 failed backup procedures. Looks like they are going to be hiring a new sysadmin/devops person...

jlgaddis 2 days ago 0 replies      
Apparently the BOFH works for Gitlab these days:

> It's backup day today so I'm pissed off. Being the BOFH, however, does have it's advantages. I reassign null to be the tape device - it's so much more economical on my time as I don't have to keep getting up to change tapes every 5 minutes. And it speeds up backups too, so it can't be all bad can it? Of course not. --bofh, episode #1

technion 2 days ago 1 reply      

 a user for using a repository as some form of CDN, resulting in 47 000 IPs signing in using the same account 
I'd be interested in how this occurs. Simply linking a raw file in a repository would surely not require a sign in. Did someone come up with some way of automatically using credentials on a download link?

47 000 simultaneous users suggests that wouldn't be a small project that did so.

anonfunction 2 days ago 1 reply      
You don't have a production ready backup system until you've used it.
luckystartup 1 day ago 1 reply      
I have at least 10 private repos on GitLab, and many public ones. Even so, this is no big deal to me. That's the beauty of git. Even if all of their backups fail, I can just do a push and everything is back up there.

I just hope my laptop doesn't die before they get it back online.

EDIT: Was fun to put this little command together. Run this from your code directory, and it will push all of your gitlab repos. I'm going to run it when GitLab is back online.

 find . -maxdepth 3 -type d -name '.git' -exec bash -c 'cd ${@%/.git} && git remote -v | grep -q gitlab.com && echo "Pushing $PWD..." && git push' -- {} \;

sashk 2 days ago 0 replies      
Backups sucked for the starting in 8.15 on our instances of GLE, because someone decided to add "readable" date stamp in addition to unix timestamp in backup file name without proper testing, which caused many issues. It was somewhat fixed, but I do still issues in 8.16.

I'm not complaining, but backup/restore is important part, with 100% test coverage and daily backup/restore runs.

scurvy 1 day ago 0 replies      
At my $currentJob, we restore 30TB worth of database restores every day in automated processes.

We do this because the DBA insisted that the DB backup process was fine. We tried to restore 3 backups as a test, and they all failed. We no longer have DBA's. We have automated procedures and very thorough testing. Zero failed restorations since then.

dorianm 2 days ago 1 reply      
> 2017/01/31 23:00-ish

> YP thinks that perhaps pg_basebackup is being super pedantic about there being an empty data directory, decides to remove the directory.

> After a second or two he notices he ran it on db1.cluster.gitlab.com, instead of db2.cluster.gitlab.com

> 2017/01/31 23:27

> YP terminates the removal, but its too late. Of around 310 GB only about 4.5 GB is left

The naming couldn't be more confusing

dx034 1 day ago 2 replies      
The recovery process seems very slow with ~50mbit/sec. Could that be an issue related to cloud providers? I heard that issue quite often when dealing with AWS/Azure. Even HDDs should have much higher throughput for that kind of transfer.

If they had dedicated hardware in 2 datacentres on the same continent, copying between those servers should easily be possible at 250mbit/s or more (from my experience). Especially as they seem to copy at the US east coast, where it's now night.

For me, that would be a serious issue dealing with cloud providers. If I have a server with a 250mbit connection, I expect to be able to copy data between datacentres at that speed. And I never had problems with OVH, Hetzner and the like.

INTPenis 1 day ago 0 replies      

It hits home.

I've seen three backup methods fail when it came time for an emergency restore, due to lack of competence, confusion and lack of regular restore tests.

zenlikethat 2 days ago 0 replies      
Hang in there GitLab, it sucks now but mistakes like this can happen to anyone. The important thing is how you deal with it.
alyandon 2 days ago 1 reply      
Thank you for the transparency. This is a good read and I'm going to be sharing it with coworkers tomorrow. :)
dboreham 2 days ago 0 replies      
Well...never delete. Rename the directory someplace else so you can get it back if the deletion was a bad plan.

Also helpful to make the window background color different, or some other highly conspicuous visual difference when working on several very similar production machines.

beezischillin 1 day ago 0 replies      
As a small team made up of 3 companies that work closely together, we all use GitLab's services daily for our work. Thank you for the great service and we wish you a speedy and painless recovery!
samblr 1 day ago 0 replies      
Have been a happy gitlab user. Reading this worries me, as honestly I do not know what I have personal backup of.

But I appreciate transparency with which Gitlab are dealing the issue. And I hope Gitlab will bounce back for good.

derricgilling 2 days ago 0 replies      
I like to always try to automate stuff as much as possible to remove human error. It's easy to forget an arg or other parameter on a script or even know what the arg was for in the first place. Sounds like their last backup was 24 hrs ago. Having backups are like having good security, you don't realize how important they are until it's too late. Reminds me of this old meme:


umbrai_nation 2 days ago 3 replies      
"Of around 310 GB only about 4.5 GB is left"

What is gitlab storing in their database? From what I understand, the repos were untouched by the DB problems, so what is taking up a third of a terabyte of DB space?

hardwaresofton 1 day ago 0 replies      
Working on a Gitlab project right now, just noticed the site was down, thanks to the team for working so hard to fix/rectify this mistake and being totally open about it.

Appreciate the openness and utility of Gitlab (as I've said in other threads), I'm sure it's frustrating to have this happen, but hang in there! services generally have 99.9% uptime anyway :)

rocky1138 1 day ago 0 replies      
There should be a 15 second warm-up after any `rm -rf` command in order to give admins time to cancel a stupid move.
justinclift 1 day ago 0 replies      
"Removed a user for using a repository as some form of CDN, resulting in 47 000 IPs signing in using the same account (causing high DB load)."

No memcached in front of PostgreSQL?

huula 1 day ago 0 replies      
As a user of GitLab who commits several times everyday, I have all the respect for the great work you guys have done. Keep hacking and don't worry!
oelmekki 1 day ago 0 replies      
I had to restore a rails app from a day old backup once. I actually manage to bring last day data as well by parsing POST/PUT/PATCH lines in rails log. This is painful, and you have to keep track of new ids for relations, but it "works" (obviously, there is info you can't retrieve that way, but in those situations, anything more than nothing is good).
perryprog 1 day ago 1 reply      
And this is why I still use GitHub. It's a shame as GitLab was looking like a nice alliterative (for self hosting, might still try it some time), but if this sort of thing could even possibly happen.....

I didn't read to much into this, but they really didn't haven any backup on the databases?

msimpson 1 day ago 0 replies      
Mistakes will happen, sure. But given the following:

> The replication procedure is super fragile, prone to error, relies on a handful of random shell scripts, and is badly documented

> Our backups to S3 apparently dont work either: the bucket is empty

It seems like a lot of their backup and restore procedures were never even tested.

ausjke 1 day ago 1 reply      
That's why I do not use github/gitlab/whatever to host the part of my code that is too critical to me. I push it to my ssh/git server and use local UI to interact with it instead.

Sometimes source code is very valuable and you just can not make any mistakes with it.

1945 1 day ago 0 replies      
I applaud their honesty, most companies would choose to keep customers in the dark while the investigate "an incident."
btgeekboy 2 days ago 4 replies      
> Our backups to S3 apparently dont work either: the bucket is empty

followed by

> So in other words, out of 5 backup/replication techniques deployed none are working reliably or set up in the first place.

is no way to be running a public service with customer data. Did the person who set up that S3 job simply write a script or something and just go "yep, it's done" and walk away? Seriously?

thepumpkin1979 1 day ago 0 replies      
I wonder if they have some kind of protocol to modify production environments that was somehow overwritten, one person creates the bash scripts and a second one reviews and executes, never a single person.
TeeWEE 1 day ago 0 replies      
GitLab is run completely decentralized, and they are underpaying their developers. I think thats one of the reasons for this failure to happen.

Decentralized work, can work. But face2face communication is important.

z3t4 1 day ago 0 replies      
There's really no point doing intensive congnitive work for more then 8 hours straight. After that you go by instinct and muscle memory. Surprisingly a lot of tasks can be done, but you shouldn't do anything critical.
stephenr 1 day ago 0 replies      
Point #3 is a good example of why "omnibus" packages are a fucking terrible idea.
huula 2 days ago 0 replies      
I once rm-ed my home directory when I was writing and testing a script, but turned out the stuff like .m2, .ivy2 are huge and they are the first ones by default to be deleted by 'rm -rf'. So they kind of gave me some buffering time to figure out that something was wrong.
arkh 1 day ago 0 replies      
> Create issue to change terminal PS1 format/colours to make it clear whether youre using production or staging (red production, yellow staging)

QubesOS anyone? It could be a good idea to have a Qube per environment targeted.

jeffmcjunkin 2 days ago 1 reply      
For item 3h under recovery, consider:

 chattr +i /var/opt/gitlab/postgresql/data
Yes, it doesn't completely stop foot-guns, but it means you have to shoot twice [0].


 chattr -i /whatever rm /whatever

kkirsche 2 days ago 0 replies      
While this is sad to see it is a lesson to us all and I've shared it with coworkers who haven't taken disaster recovery as seriously as we should on our projects. Hopefully this will help raise this as a priority.
ishitatsuyuki 1 day ago 0 replies      
I was using GitLab for the huge number of features, but moved away to GitHub due to the awful uptime and server speed.

BTW, overhosting is always a big risk, since it takes along period to catch up for the incident.

wruza 1 day ago 0 replies      
rm is a part of coreutils, right? Why not just substitute it with a less destructive script moving files to /mnt/oops/<origpath-date>/<filename> in the next release? Badasses can echo badass > /etc/rm.conf to get the original behavior.

Admins have to reinvent that bicycle for decades, stop it now, please!

neolawliet 1 day ago 0 replies      
This is kind of tangential. Does anyone have any sort of DevOps 101 resource (books, links, etc.) for new DevOps engineers?
xfactor973 2 days ago 0 replies      
I'm surprised they didn't take any hourly backups.
scandox 1 day ago 0 replies      
A lot of sympathy for YP. I could have been that person (on a smaller scale) many times. An expensive lesson in this case.
gagabity 1 day ago 0 replies      
Nuts, doesn't Azure have a managed Database option that can be used like AWS?
thosemagicstars 1 day ago 0 replies      
We all fuck up, time to recovery and lessons learned is all that matters.
wildchild 1 day ago 0 replies      
Transparency maybe ok, but live stream is a theatre indeed.
pits 1 day ago 0 replies      
Je Suis YP
bkbridge 1 day ago 0 replies      
This stuff is complicated. No one gets that, no one.
therealmarv 1 day ago 0 replies      
I only hope you prepare for DDoS attacks of this kind. Github was fighting with this stuff the last several years... you maybe only have luck. Please prepare!
jincheker 2 days ago 0 replies      
Incidents after incidents, feels like a toy by new grads.
jjawssd 1 day ago 0 replies      
Their network file transfer is super slow
grovegames 1 day ago 0 replies      
Transparency should be like a sheer dress, enough to see, but still covering the bits that need to stay hidden.

This is just nudity.

soheil 2 days ago 1 reply      
bitbucket offers free private repos.
arc_of_descent 1 day ago 1 reply      
Don't prepare a backup plan. Prepare a recovery plan.
foo101 1 day ago 1 reply      
Can someone elaborate who or what is YP?
Traubenfuchs 1 day ago 0 replies      
So tl;dr: Gitlab is experiencing heavy DOS attacks that created so much data that replication stopped working. In the process of getting replication to work again, "YP" wanted to delete the empty data directory of the slave DB server, but accidentally deleted it on the master DB server. Out of 5 backup/replication techniques they use not one is working reliably. YP manually created the backup they could use 6 hours ago by chance.

Tell me if I misunderstood something. I hope the customer I met last week does not remember I ever recommended GitLab to him.

SeriousM 1 day ago 0 replies      
"somehow disallow rm - rf"... Well, you didn't understood the linux
Time to Take a Stand samaltman.com
1129 points by sama  5 days ago   987 comments top 111
tabeth 5 days ago 22 replies      
Why is that all of these posts saying to "take a stand" fail to explain the political process? I'll just quote myself here. If you want to help stop trump the most effective ways are to:

1. Call

 - Local congresspeople (http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/) - Senators (https://www.senate.gov/senators/contact/) - Local officials (https://www.usa.gov/elected-officials)
2. Participate

 - Get involved in local elections (this is a decent start - to become informed locally http://www.npr.org/stations/) - Protest - Attend town hall and city council meetings (see npr)
3. Share

 - Tell your friends 
4. Vote (https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote)

5. Volunteer

6. Stop reading and start doing one of the other things.

djrogers 5 days ago 16 replies      
> In doing so, we should not demonize Trump votersmost of them voted for him for reasons other than the promise of a Muslim ban. We need their eventual support in resisting actions like these, and we will not get it if we further isolate them.

This is very important people - calling everyone who voted for Trump a racist homophobe, a moron, and not deserving of the franchise is not going to help anything. I didn't vote for Trump, but I do identify with some of the beliefs of those who did, and I can tell you that the rhetoric I'm hearing from many of the most vocal left is pushing the middle away.

general_ai 5 days ago 11 replies      
First, it's not a "ban". It's a temporary suspension until new vetting procedures are put in place.

Second, it's not "Muslim". Muslims from all other countries (some of them pretty large, e.g. Indonesia and Pakistan), will experience no change in their ability to enter the US.

Other than Iran (which imo shouldn't be on the list) we're bombing and droning all of those countries at the moment. It's insane to accept military age males from there for entry into the country, particularly if information about them is very sparse (which in war torn countries it typically is).

But there's another aspect of this that baffles me. Somehow Sam has no issues with democrats totally destabilizing the Middle East, and funding/arming ISIS to depose Assad. Yet the moment Trump attempts to mitigate the negative side effects of that to this country, "it's time to take a stand". The time to take a stand was back when Obama and Clinton armed extremists in Iraq and Syria -- years before Trump.

zeteo 5 days ago 10 replies      
>1. Call 2. Participate 3. Share 4. Vote

This is the same kind of bullshit that's lost Hillary the election and got us here in the first place. It might have worked in the '90s to get a gold medal for Rosa Parks. It will not work in 2017 to make Trump back off his core message.

The problem here is not that your side isn't loud enough and can't get political attention for an issue. The problem is that the opposing side is too organized and too strong and already has a decided stance about your issue.

Being more strident won't help. Ostracizing people who have links to the opposing side will positively hurt.

Instead of doing all this "yell out louder" crap, any serious opposition should rather do some serious soul searching to figure out how to win back key constituencies. The only people who need to be ostracized are the idiots who got us here in the first place.

burkaman 5 days ago 3 replies      
In case anyone is still skeptical that this is really a Muslim ban and not just a blanket ban on refugees and immigrants, note that Trump has said he will give priority to Christian refugees: http://www1.cbn.com/thebrodyfile/archive/2017/01/27/brody-fi...
rayiner 5 days ago 1 reply      
The ACLU is both challenging the order and rounding up attorneys to help legal residents and Visa holders that have been prevented from entering the country. Now would be a good time to donate. https://www.aclu.org.
kcorbitt 5 days ago 2 replies      
I think that the only way to fix this long-term is by winning the hearts and minds of those who think this ban is a good idea, or who are ambivalent about it. Unfortunately, those of us who have been shrilly opposing every move Trump has ever made are perhaps the most poorly positioned to do that. Trump has successfully demonized the voice of the mainstream media and costal cultural elites, and if you're perceived as being in that group, your objections are likely to fall on deaf ears.

We need to find a way to rebuild bridges between different tribes in America, so that we can have a reasonable dialog. I don't pretend to know how to do this, but I'd love to have a discussion about how to get it done. I think that is the only way to keep Trump or someone else like him from capturing the voice of the people long term.

"How to Culture Jam a Populist in Four Easy Steps"https://www.caracaschronicles.com/2017/01/20/culturejam/

pfarnsworth 5 days ago 5 replies      
I am affected personally by this. I have extended family members from Indonesia and Malaysia in the US who are still on Green Card. Although those countries aren't affected by the ban, who knows when Trump will decide to change his mind at his whim.

But the time for talk has passed. I don't think very much is going to happen because Trump is empowered by his election victory, and he won't listen to anyone. Has he ever listened to anyone, even during his celebrity-only days? To think that you can actively engage him in a conversation is not the way to do this.

What is needed is to prepare for the 2018 and 2020 elections RIGHT NOW. We need an organized social media structure where all of the positive, democracy-pro candidates in every electoral district gets publicized and supported. EDUCATE YOUNG PEOPLE WITH GREAT POLITICAL CANDIDATES AND MOTIVATE THEM TO VOTE. I'm not talking about just voting for the Democrats. Democrats are just as bad as the Republicans. We need a new voice that actually cares about progressive, democratic values, and actually believes in what they say. Not the same, tired politicians that play us for fools and leave us with the best of two evils.

Organize now, smash the two-party oligarchy and elect REAL POLITICIANS, hopefully young people that care about the US, not people who want to enrich themselves from the teat of government funding. You could argue that Trump was that candidate for half of Americans, as well as Sanders for the other (nearly) half. We need fresh blood, and we need to start now.

The only way to stop Trump is to silence him by breaking up the Republican Congress majority, and it's only in 2 years.

rcpt 5 days ago 3 replies      
I know it's an extremely antisocial position but I can't help but feel like most of Trump's immigration policies and outrageous tweets are just bait to keep our attention away from big money legislation that the 1% wants to get through.

For example, the Keystone XL and Dakota access pipelines were heavily debated, protested, and ultimately rejected under Obama but Trump just signed orders to have them built and Sam's post doesn't even mention it. Seeing Sam write about the accusations of voter fraud instead brings this quote to mind:

> The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum....

- Noam Chomsky, The Common Good

Animats 5 days ago 3 replies      
Things companies in tech can do:

- Demand to see the detailed plan for TrumpCare. What's it going to cost us? What will it do to our employees? Where are the details? That's what lobbyists are paid to find out. Employers have a big stake in this.

- Demand to see the tariff plan. So far, it's all talk, but soon it will be legislation. This has huge impacts for many businesses. Business planning and investment will stall until the details are settled. Already, you don't want to build a factory in China or Mexico. On the other side, will there be efforts to make it easier to sell into China?

- About that infrastructure thing. What kinds of projects will be supported? Roads? Internet access? Pothole repair?

- How serious is the administration about not employing illegal aliens? Will employer sanctions be increased or more stringently enforced? Will employers be going to jail? On the other side, will the enforcement be effective enough to force growers to use robotic picking? Is it time to get behind ag startups like Abundant Robotics? Get into robotic floor cleaning for commercial buildings?

- Will there be tax incentives for investing in communities in rural America? If so, how much, and when will they become available?

- Will Glass-Stegall come back? That was a Trump campaign promise, and it's in the Republican platform.

Every one of those is a real business issue, and business needs to know what's going to happen.

manish_gill 5 days ago 2 replies      
A majority of his voters did vote for Trump because they support his views on immigration. It's why they voted for him. To deny that is to simply deny reality just like Trump does on a daily basis.

Honest question - What will statements by tech CEOs do? Trump has a mandate given to him by the people of your country against the very elites this post is appealing to. The politicians are with him because they want to keep their power.

And am I misremembering all these powerful tech CEOs went grovelling to meet Trump and hoping to have a foot in the door with the new administration with Thiel?

These are turbulent times.

jbhatab 5 days ago 4 replies      
He clearly stated he would make strong policies regarding immigration. The American people voted for him knowing this and he's following through on it.

I'd say Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States is a fitting name given everything he has said up to this point.

Whether or not you agree, this looks like the democratic process to me. Taking action against his policies after election is obviously fine, but if you cared so deeply then why didn't you do this rallying call before he got elected? He is doing exactly what he said he would do and what the people voted him in for.

* PS: I'm not endorsing Donald Trump's decisions at all.

rdtsc 5 days ago 1 reply      
Shouldn't we have been taking a stand against Obama who destabilized the region, was dropping bombs there and arming the "rebels" who had a revolving door relationship with ISIS and other such groups there.

Refugees didn't come from a vacuum and it wasn't some natural disaster. They started streaming in because the West including US has been meddling and destabilizing that part of the world.

Unfortunately it seems profiling to prevent terrorism has worked ok for Israel recently. It is not something pleasant and nice, but so far it seems there have been deadlier and more frequent terror act committed by radical Muslims in Europe than in Israel. People see the news from Europe and they don't want that here. A closer vetting of refugees from that region seems reasonable and letting them in unchecked seem irresponsible.

mjmsmith 5 days ago 1 reply      
> Almost every member of the GOP I have spoken to knows that these actions are wrong.

How about Peter Thiel? What did he say when you spoke to him?

fowlerpower 5 days ago 3 replies      
This is absolutely nuts.

Green card holders (legal permanent residents of the United States) are being turned back from the US as soon as they get to the airport. They are being forced to file waivers which can be denied.

How can legal permanent residents be denied entry? I mean this has to be breaking So many laws, how can this be ok?

mcenedella 5 days ago 4 replies      
"The executive order is tantamount to a Muslim ban" isn't quite true.

Islam by country https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_by_country

1. Indonesia

2. Pakistan

3. India

4. Bangladesh

5. Nigeria

6. Iran

7. Turkey

8. Egypt

9. Algeria

10. Sudan

It's probably not a great tactic to perpetuate the American habit for making sweeping comments about the rest of the world which aren't really grounded in truth. Might be best to be scrupulously fact-based on these matters.

Scirra_Tom 5 days ago 2 replies      
I think it's shameful to have an open Trump supporter as part of the upper echelons of YCombinator (Thiel).

Everyone is entitled to their opinions. But when you openly support a candidate who likes to "grab [women] by the pussy", and now is making headway into some sort of Muslim ban which was a campaign headline, how will female and muslim applicants feel if they know part of their process might be controlled by someone who finds this acceptable? Might it discourage them?

tobltobs 5 days ago 1 reply      
Lots of hypocrisy here today. There are 11 million refuges from Syria all over the world currently. The US gave shelter to about 0.1%. Fucking ridiculous 0.1%. There wasn't any uproar to hear about that shaming fact in the US until now. But when Trump makes it harder to recruit some IT workers from the middle East the HN bubble starts screaming.
rajacombinator 5 days ago 0 replies      
Billionaire Silicon Valley tech CEOs are NOT sympathetic characters with the general public. (Or pretty much anyone outside the VC echo chamber.) Might as well ask the CEOs of Goldman Sachs and JPM to "take a stand." The only option SV has is to continue introducing bias and propaganda into their already heavily biased products.
dgregd 5 days ago 1 reply      
I live in Central Europe. It is really hard from my perspective to understand all that mass hysteria in US, especially in California. Maybe overdosing leftist propaganda causes that hysteria.

Many products of Silicon Valley and Hollywood companies are simply blocked in China. Mainly to protect Chinese young companies. As far I known Google is completely blocked in China. Hollywood movies are also not freely distributed in China. And for some reason it is Trump accused of acting against free trade. What should be the right reaction for Chinese protectionism? More know-how transfer to the land of democracy?

And if you really care about Muslim countries then explain to me: why the PhD brain drain is so good for these countries?

jacquesm 5 days ago 4 replies      
The time to take stand was 3 months ago. Things will get a lot worse now before they can get better and no amount of blogging is going to change that.

Trump is hell bent on destroying America from within and his followers (who we are not supposed to criticize) are A-Ok with that.

Soon to be seen in a theater near you in Europe as well.

467568985476 5 days ago 1 reply      
Sama, I appreciate your taking a stand on this, but how do you reconcile YCombinator's ties with Peter Thiel? Actions speak loud than words, and so far we've only seen words from you guys. Be the change you want to see in the world.
koolba 5 days ago 5 replies      
Are there any publicly pro-Trump founders in the current YC batch and, if so, how ostracized do they feel reading things like this?

EDIT: If there's no answers from the current batch (either due to sample size or general shyness), I'll pose the same question regarding past YC alumni. I find it hard to believe out of a thousand people there isn't a single Trump supporter.

brightball 5 days ago 1 reply      
Easiest way to take a stand is to be logically consistent about federal power - which means be against it always and not just when the opposition party is in charge.

If 2/3 of the country can't agree that it needs to apply to the whole country then it's a state policy and not a federal one. Embrace the 10th amendment and make nullification a common act and not some rare that people scorn. It's the agree to disagree amendment. Push it's use and you can unite this country again because half the country won't be able to impose themselves on the other half every 4 years.

mavelikara 5 days ago 0 replies      
Amusing how Silicon Valley leadership is now bleeding their hearts out when legal immigrants from some countries are discriminated against. This same crowd had stood by silently when many of their workers - legal immigrants from India and China - had been discriminated against for many years in the name of per-country-green-card-quotas.

How is "we chose to discriminate against Muslim majority countries" any different from "we chose to discriminate against populous countries"? Both look arbitrary to me.

facetube 5 days ago 2 replies      
Donald Trump and Steve Bannon's blatant disregard for objective fact is reckless and dangerous. Go too much further and talent will begin to divest from the United States for moral reasons. Your move, America.
tlogan 5 days ago 1 reply      
So Trump is a racist homophobe but he also won the elections: straight and fair. At last 45% of American population is like that - if their "economic anxiety" causes them to ignore rights of LGBT people, immigrants, latinos, blacks, and other minorities, then just imagine what they will do when there is no food on the table.

I cannot blame these people: that is how it is. But we need to accept that fact: we live in a very diverse country where there are people who do not share the same moral values as SV, NY, LA, etc.

downandout 5 days ago 1 reply      
I think that most Americans, even many Trump voters, disagree with this specific action. The problem we have now is that the left and the press have declared every single thing Trump has done both before and after the election as the worst thing that has ever befallen our nation. The press has left both Trump and the country tone-deaf.

Donald Trump is a man extremely concerned with his popularity and public image. If the media were to present a balanced and fair portrayal of the positive (or non-negative) things he does, he would be able to gauge how unpopular actions like this ban are and would probably listen to the message. But the press simply cannot contain itself - CNN, for example, has turned into HuffPo with a cable channel.

In short, the universally negative coverage of every breath Trump takes has actually empowered him. Trump will do some good things, such as making it less punitive for large corporations like Apple to repatriate foreign cash and invest it here, and he will do some bad things, like this temporary travel ban. The media will treat it all negatively, which gives him carte blanche to ignore all forms of criticism and defeats the entire purpose of the free press.

enitihas 5 days ago 0 replies      
Reading this thread, I see people saying he is implementing his campaign promises. However, going through the thread on his victory (https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=12909752), most people seemed to be of the opinion that he will implement none of his election promises (eg https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=12911551). It is fascinating to see how people perceive things and how they might turn out to be. I wonder what more is in store.
_callcc 5 days ago 0 replies      
People like Sam Altman are alarmed now that Trump has shown he is willing to meddle in labor markets and potentially impose protectionist labor policies. As Sam says, "This is not just a Muslim ban." Indeed not!
mavdi 5 days ago 0 replies      
This order directly affects me.

But frankly I've lost hope in any political process. I know this is a grim message, but perhaps standing idle is exactly what needs to be done.

I fear people now vote out of frasutration, and leave it to someone else to make the right choice and cancel out their vote. Perhaps it's time for everyone to realise the full force of their voting power, and perhaps it's time to trust the powers to be. That breaking social contracts will be detrimental to The society in the long run and hope that voters will realise this.

My pessimistic two cents.

010a 5 days ago 0 replies      
> Guys, Donald Trump might be President. We need to speak out in our support for Clinton.

Donald Trump becomes our democratically elected President.

> Guys, _now_ is the time to take a stand against Donald Trump.

No, the time was 6 months ago. You failed.

It is astounding to me how little respect Silicon Valley elites have for the democratic process. This article is another instance of the continued marginalization of the massive voter base who voted for Trump, and, if it were read by them, would do nothing but convince them that Trump was the right choice.

How about, instead of saying "Trump is really bad", we encourage those in power to work with him and find solutions to the problems he has highlighted that work across the isle? Sam is just perpetrating class and party politics with this article, and its infuriating.

endswapper 5 days ago 0 replies      
Balderdash and blather!

This type of empty outrage and chatter serves little purpose.

Well articulated facts and solutions along with the leverage to put them in to practice or enforce them is productive. Tabeth's comments are appropriate and on point.

Sam has clearly proven he is a bright guy, but this is nothing more than a chant for a march, or a pointless drum circle. I know it feels good, and that's not a bad thing, but a call to action should have more direction.


MichaelBurge 5 days ago 0 replies      
> But the executive order from yesterday titled Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States is tantamount to a Muslim ban and requires objection. I am obviously in favor of safety and rules, but broad-strokes actions targeted at a specific religious group is the wrong solution, and a first step toward a further reduction in rights.

I see this mistake a lot. "Muslim" isn't intended to target a certain religion here; it refers to citizenship status with problematic countries that happen to be predominantly Muslim. I support the "Muslim ban", but would be surprised if Trump tried to target Muslim US citizens(especially 3rd-generation US citizens, to avoid all doubt).

You might oppose the immigration controls, but it's nothing more than a rhetorical trick to say they violate religious freedom, so that you can bring up the first amendment. I don't believe the first amendment offers any protection with regards to citizenship status.

anagor 5 days ago 1 reply      
When did yc became a shill for Democratic party?
GCA10 5 days ago 0 replies      
Bravo to Sam Altman for focusing on a way to talk about immigration that will resonate outside Silicon Valley. The full-strength SV mindset plays very well in the 650 area code ... but it's less effective and sometimes downright counter-productive in a national context.

Here's the lead story on Breitbart today, demonizing Mark Zuckerberg for his position on immigration. http://www.breitbart.com/video/2017/01/28/sheriff-clarke-im-... I'm sharing it, not because I agree with a single word of it, but because it's in the mix. To convince the current Congress (or the emerging Supreme Court) of the merits of the pro-immigration case, the argument needs to be made in a way that polarizes less and enlightens more.

duncan-donuts 5 days ago 0 replies      
This isn't the tech community's responsibility. This is everyone-who-disagrees' responsibility. If the GOP doesn't. It starts with holding representative's responsible. I think you're right that big tech has a huge voice, but I can't agree with the idea that it's their job to Be the Guiding Light
jsperson 5 days ago 6 replies      
It makes me sad that politics has made its way to the top of HN. I'm relatively new here. One of the things I love about the community is that it has been something of an oasis over the past few months.

This is in no way intended to denigrate the esteemed author or his thesis. I'm just disappointed that we're at this point.

myblake 5 days ago 0 replies      
I think Sam's point about strength in numbers is really critical. The tech community sometimes has a little fear of being first that can rapidly shift into fear of being last, so I wonder what will cause a critical mass of tech leaders to take a stand. I think Sam is right that employees will have to provide some of the push, the New York Times article I read on this earlier mentioned an Iraqi Facebook employee in Seattle who can no longer go to Vancouver BC to visit his family for instance, so this effects us and our colleagues directly, not abstractly. I would suggest we all try and start bottom up pressure within our organizations to denounce the immingration ban, tech has always been pretty pro immigration (not always for noble reasons) so this shouldn't be a difficult sell.
fhkatari 5 days ago 0 replies      
This strikes a personal chord. Shortly after 9/11, I had taken a short trip back to India. I was transitioning from a student to work visa, and got held up indefinitely by the US consulate. It was a grueling experience, but what I remember most is how my employer stood by me. They contacted our local congressman, kept me employed, and even paid me for the time I could not work (two months), at a time when they were a struggling start-up. I know I am not the only immigrant who has experienced the incredible generosity of this country. For beneficiaries like us, it is all the more important to speak up, and take actions to welcome and support the next generation that wants a shot at the American Dream.
aidanrocke 5 days ago 0 replies      
A lot of people in the comments below are fussing over whetherthere is a Muslim ban. Well, think about it for two seconds.

1. This doesn't set a good precedent. 2. Donald Trump is aiming for a Muslim ban. He said so during the elections.

He said it during the elections: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/donald-trum...

At this point I'm surprised by how many people are bickering over this. Why don't you guys just say that you voted for Donald Trump? That would simplify the discussion.

thetruthseeker1 5 days ago 1 reply      
I hope I am not downvoted because I have a different view.

I think Trump is a show man to some degree. He has said in the past he wanted to be in Hollywood. This is important to understand what drives him.

I think what Trump is doing is a part of a show, to tell his voters he is credible. But I think his long term policies will not be this drastic even if they are. I think the tech community should work with him to do the right thing, dissenting with him is not the right way at this point in time. It is too early to decide that you are against Trump ( as a Tech community).

wundering 5 days ago 0 replies      
"Almost every member of the GOP I have spoken to knows that these actions are wrong. Paul Ryan, Mike Pence, Kevin McCarthy and James Mattis said so themselves when Trump first proposed his Muslim ban"

NY Times says about Paul Ryan today [1]: "House Speaker Paul D. Ryan said it was right on target."

Which one is it?

[1] https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/28/us/trumps-immigration-ban...

dgudkov 5 days ago 0 replies      
US immigration policy became broken long time ago. Why the rage only now? I'm not a US citizen and entering the US used to be a major headache every time. Every freaking time. Nobody cared during Obama's time but now all of a sudden it's "time to take a stand". I suspect it's way more about the despise of Trump than real concern about the current state of US immigration policy.
jsonmez 5 days ago 0 replies      
The only thing worse than mixing religion with politics is mixing business with politics.
artursapek 5 days ago 0 replies      
While you're at it, Sam, you should disassociate HN from Marky Mark for building his racist wall in Hawaii. He should be building bridges, not walls.
oh_sigh 5 days ago 2 replies      
Why do people call this a "Muslim ban", when most Muslims are unaffected by it? There are 200M Muslims in Indonesia who are unaffected, 180M Pakistani Muslims, 172M Indian Muslims, 150M Bangladeshi Muslims, 75M Nigerian Muslims, 75M Turkish Muslims, 73M Egyptian Muslims...all of these people are unaffected by this "Muslim ban"
Mendenhall 5 days ago 0 replies      
I stopped reading as soon as I got to "Muslim ban". Muslims did not get banned.

A Muslim ban would mean any Muslim coming from any country is banned. Sad that this is the level of discourse and understanding these days.

I care more about correct terms than if you are for or against it. Stoking fears over something that does not exist is childish at best.

nkurz 5 days ago 0 replies      
Here's a link to the full text of the executive order:

Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States (January 27, 2017)


intrasight 5 days ago 0 replies      
Trump is not really a "Republican" and the real Republicans don't know how to handle him. What is sad is that it would only take two Republican senators taking a stand to block his legislative agenda. How more outrageous does he have to be before we get two such senators.
yongjik 5 days ago 0 replies      
Well, at least I hope this puts rest to one particularly galling argument made by some Trump supporters: "If you take Trump literally, you don't understand him."

(...Well, one can hope, can't one?)

Never vote for a politician if you can't take him literally. He might mean it literally.

vonklaus 5 days ago 0 replies      
We need to take a stand, but I encourage everyone to look at what is happening with depth. The immigration actions are terrible, misguided and anti-Anerican BUT much like abortion or taxation this is the most distracting and highlighted issue in the media.

Surely, we should stand against such a law, and I will. But let us not do so at the expense of more dangerous and less publicized attempts to curtail freedom. This will be fought on many fronts and is much bigger than immigration. We stand to have surveillance bolstered, restriction in our movements, loss of input in our governments behavior & worse. We are entering into a world war-- which is already being fought publicly; and we need to work as a country & the global community for diplomacy and freedom.

braindead_in 5 days ago 2 replies      
I question how effective this policy is going to be in stopping the actual terrorists. Just as a determined hacker will always find a way to break into your server/network, the terrorists will find a way to illegally enter.
delegate 5 days ago 0 replies      
Tech companies must use their advertising networks to influence public opinion on these issues.

Instead of ads for products/services, they should allocate space for ethical and moral issues.

Staying 'politically' neutral is no longer an option when we're dealing with issues which affect a great part of Earth's population, like climate change, globalised economy, aggression and war and so on.

Tech companies must get political - in fact, they must reinvent politics like they reinvented so many other fields.

We have to do this now or these people will slowly shut everyone down, like they did in China, Russia, Turkey, etc..

protomikron 5 days ago 0 replies      
I just want to say that I appreciate Sam Altman for speaking up - I know that just speaking doesn't change things, but tech/business guys are often very cautious when discussing politics, as they fear that making their political stand public may have negative consequences to their business (which might be true), but in times like these one has to take position.

So kudos, Sam, and please America don't go the route of politics that mimic politics of Europe's 1930s (sadly there are also suboptimal developments in Europe).

jonathankoren 5 days ago 0 replies      
And yet HC killed https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=13506412 earlier today.
MicroBerto 5 days ago 1 reply      
Can't wait to see what Altman writes when the voter fraud is investigated and it's over 3 million fraudulent votes.

We already know of 800,000 (http://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/jan/26/hillary-clinto...). Detroit was apparent. The rest will come easily.

What else is Altman wrong about??

andy_ppp 5 days ago 0 replies      
Those people implementing these orders need to also take responsibility for their actions. The concentration camp guards take just as much responsibility as dictators.
macmac 5 days ago 0 replies      
So what will you be doing Sam?
hackuser 5 days ago 0 replies      
I strongly agree and I believe what Sam is doing is essential: People are hard wired to follow social norms, as I once heard a social scientist describe it. If we say nothing, we allow passivity or tacit acceptance of Trump to become a norm. That especially applies to leaders in every community, who have a special responsibility. Thanks Sam for making your voice heard.
throwawawaway 5 days ago 0 replies      
I realize this may seem alarmist, but I have to say it, nonetheless. Judging by the pace and effectiveness of policies being implemented, it seems possible that voting might not matter a few months from now. Whatever your action, it must be one of immediate consequences, however small. Call, write, donate, protest, support and spread statements such as sama's today.
docdeek 5 days ago 0 replies      
If this is a Muslim ban it's a weak one - the vast majority of Muslims in the world live in countries not affected by the new rules.
vivekd 5 days ago 0 replies      
Does this mean foreign students and foreign workers from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen will have to leave America? That's really troubling. I wonder if Canada could step up and take the valuable human resource that America seems to be willing to throw away.
jonstewart 5 days ago 0 replies      
Sama doesn't need to "remind anyone involved in this administration" about how they'll regret the actions of this administration. He simply needs to remind Congress--who can undo an executive order--and he can easily get their attention with lobbying and donations.
2skep 5 days ago 0 replies      
I think as a non-US person, I think it may also be time to pay attention to executive powers in the US political system. It is one thing to have a system that will only rarely elect a nutjob but not having any safeguards once a nutjob is elected is too dangerous at a systems level.
panic 5 days ago 0 replies      
To Republican voters: I agree Hillary wasn't the greatest candidate, but there are bigger things at stake now.

You have more power than most of us here to stop this Muslim ban. Call your representatives in Congress before your party allows America to be destroyed by white nationalists.

jinushaun 4 days ago 0 replies      
Tech can also do a lot by stopping moving everyone to California. Winning the popular votes doesn't mean much when those votes only come from states that Hilary already won.
gred 5 days ago 0 replies      
Maybe under a Trump administration Silicon Valley will also object more strongly to the NSL regime, now that it's "someone I dislike doing something I dislike", rather than "someone I like doing something I dislike."
_pius 5 days ago 0 replies      
OK, so take one! Your partner is complicit in this and you still haven't done anything about it.


hkmurakami 5 days ago 0 replies      
Google's Pichai had sent an internal note regarding this which got leaked to the press and was covered by the WSJ. What will it take for him/others to make public, target than private, statements?
spir 5 days ago 1 reply      
Why did this disappear off the front page so quickly? It has 934 points and is 4 hours old. Do stories have a customizable weight? Did this one start at the top, like the YC recruiting posts?
fastflo 5 days ago 0 replies      
in the end only US citizens can decide.as a devotee for freedom and a world in peace i am very worried about those citizens' last decision concerning POTUS.i am not a US citizen. and i never felt the need to be one - just because i was lucky to be born in a country where in my opinion there is at least hope left for a better future.

i hope more US citizens "take a stand" like the OP and show how they want their part of the world to be like.

just my two cents - euro cents (a currency used in another union of only 28 states...)

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benologist 5 days ago 0 replies      
Trump needs to be focused onto social and humanitarian issues where his penchant for aggressive and disruptive change can be a benevolent force, if that's possible.
wallace_f 4 days ago 0 replies      
It's interesting Trump's administration has brought political threads to HN -- in fact they're becoing the most-upvoted threads
jvehent 5 days ago 0 replies      
The time to take a stand was a year ago, before the (albeit flawed) democratic process elected a president you now disagree with.
smallgovt 5 days ago 1 reply      
I'm not sure if this will get any response, but figured I'd pose the question since I'm giving it serious thought.

Has anyone considered renunciating their US citizenship? Do you have practical advice on how to go about doing so and handle the ramifications?

Half my earnings going to government through taxes has been a hard to swallow fact, but funding an administration making decisions like this, just seems like something I want to be no part of.

GrumpyNl 5 days ago 1 reply      
You the people voted for him, so support him. Its a democracy. You dont always get what you want.
lebanon_tn 5 days ago 3 replies      
I strongly encourage people who consider Donald Trump to be a threat to consider arming themselves in accordance with the 2nd Amendment. While my hope for the future does not involve needing to use them, if the situation one day comes to that, I would prefer that people who are indifferent to the actions of this administration NOT be the only ones with guns.
babesh 5 days ago 0 replies      
You should boycott every company that kisses the ring: Uber, Tesla, IBM, Exxon.
koliber 5 days ago 0 replies      
I have a little private wish that Facebook would identify anti-immigration comments by people who themselves are immigrants and post a big red "hypocrite" banner above their posts.

It's so infuriating how quickly people forget their own past and become entitled oppressors themselves.

rboyd 5 days ago 0 replies      
Yes, let us shed our puppet democracy for a corporatocracy.
SSLy 5 days ago 0 replies      
is there an option like "i don't really give a fuck about politics, US especially" anywhere on this site?
65827 5 days ago 1 reply      
He's not a legitimate president any more. This is illegal. Anyone enforcing these illegal orders will be considered criminal as well.
pauljaworski 5 days ago 0 replies      
It would be a pretty powerful move if the big tech companies all participated in a blackout of their sites/services in protest.
pcmaffey 5 days ago 0 replies      
Maybe time to start OpenGov?
arturmakly 5 days ago 0 replies      
perhaps we can use fake / fact based trump tweets to offset his #altfacts? it's asking a lot from the public - but it may help en masse. ~ http://TrumpTweets.io
beatpanda 5 days ago 0 replies      
Yet Peter Thiel is still a YC partner. It's nice that Sam is speaking up but he needs to display some actual backbone here. Words are not enough.
RodericDay 5 days ago 0 replies      
A good place to start for someone like Sam Altman is people in his strata, such as Peter Thiel, who notoriously donated money to Trump's campaign, and publicly endorsed him.
ftrflyr 5 days ago 0 replies      
How do you expect us to take Ycombinator and the tech community seriously when you have a large number of persons within the tech community organizing grassroots initiatives for the purpose of having California succeed the from United States. It's a bit hypocritical to lump the tech community into your narrative to fit your narrative of how you believe America should operate and which values it should uphold.
ebfd 5 days ago 3 replies      
I voted for Trump, and am very happy with the ban- I don't see the benefit of bringing in Muslim refugees.
jowiar 5 days ago 6 replies      
This is meaningless grandstanding until:

1) YC voted Thiel off the island2) YC establishes a policy of "take money from Thiel and you are toxic to us"

Anyone in a position of power who took a look at Trump and didn't recoil with disgust needs to be exiled from civil society.

stonogo 5 days ago 6 replies      
You have directly caused my wife's parents to miss the birth of their first grandchild, and worse things I won't name because they would personally identify me, by electing an idiot who is terrified of fictional terrorists. You are a bad person, and I don't care whether you appreciate knowing it or not. I don't really give a shit what you think of Hillary, because she did not needlessly block my family from coming to me. Your guy did that. And he is capable of doing it because of you.

There is nothing 'mindlessly nasty' here. The central theme of the Trump campaign, and now the Trump administration, is right-wing virtue signaling with no consideration for the effects those actions would have on real actual human beings. This shitty situation is exactly what everyone said would happen if he got elected, and you elected him anyway. There is no room for interpretation here. Hillary is a straw man. You elected a man who is causing American citizens active trauma and the best I can hope for you and those like you is that one day you at least realize what you have done, and take responsibility for it, instead of this weak-kneed "well I only support SOME of his policies" apologetics.

You won. The least you can do is develop a fucking spine.

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giancarlostoro 5 days ago 8 replies      
I hope you mean "Peacefully Protest" I shut my eyes and ears once protesting becomes violent.
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Tulip68 5 days ago 0 replies      
What Trumpf has done here is so far beyond the pale I think you have to look toward tinpot dictatorships to find a comparison. This is not a disagreement about tax policy, trade, healthcare, etc. Rather, this is an illegitimate, unqualified con-man who due to our anachronistic electoral system wound up as president despite the majority of Americans opposing him.

It's now clear that Trump wasn't kidding and actually intends to follow through on his promises to ethnically cleanse America of Muslims, latinos and various other scapegoats.

Therefore, the solution is extremely simple. Trump cannot continue to be President and we need every institution of our society -- our courts, congress, businesses, media, schools, etc -- to put aside petty partisan differences and unite on this point.

Now that we have full knowledge that Trump is every bit the white-supremacist fascist he campaigned as, it cannot remain socially acceptable to continue to support him.

The people who have supported him are complicit in ethnic cleansing and their beliefs are absolutely incompatible with the our core American ideals of multiculturalism, freedom-of-religion, equality and diversity.

Trump needs to be removed from power and in our personal, familial and professional lives we need to make it our mission to stamp out the hatred and intolerance which fuelled the rise of this white-supremascist cancer which we if turns out we never fully excised.

ftrflyr 5 days ago 4 replies      
anon987 5 days ago 1 reply      
Not interested in politics - even if it's from Sam.


chvid 5 days ago 0 replies      
Silicon Valley should let go of politics and look inward; only supporting one party leaves you without influence when the other party wins.
SamReidHughes 5 days ago 4 replies      
Is targeting religious groups in refugee admittance actually a bad thing? How would this guy feel about favoring Jewish refugees in the 1930's?
mozumder 5 days ago 2 replies      
You really do need to demonize Trump voters. Most of them are in favor of his horrible policies, and are malicious themselves.

You're never going to get anywhere without recognizing the source of the problem.

adamnemecek 5 days ago 1 reply      
I think that one of the main issues of politics is the lack of real time data. There should be a website where people can vote every day (I'm not sure what exactly I mean by vote, I guess the bare minimum would be "i'm content with current political situation" and "i'm not content with current political situation").

Idk if this could take off but i feel like it could become a tool for voicing discontent and seeing some of these numbers of how many other people are voting could lead to something more.

One of the fundamental instruments of dictatorships is deceiving the public about how many other people are dissatisfied with the regime. If you know for a fact that 9/10 of the population is extremely dissatisfied with the regime, you can topple these regimes.

lutusp 5 days ago 0 replies      
> ... the executive order from yesterday titled Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States is tantamount to a Muslim ban and requires objection.

But it's more than that -- it's illegal. Apart from known criminals, the government can't arbitrarily choose which groups to deny entry:

NYT Op-Ed: Trumps Immigration Ban Is Illegal: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/27/opinion/trumps-immigratio...

Lyft surges to the top 10 on App Store following the DeleteUber campaign techcrunch.com
669 points by sethbannon  3 days ago   528 comments top 43
JumpCrisscross 3 days ago 15 replies      
Dan Primack summarised this well; Uber failed on messaging:

"Uber has done a lot of questionable things over the years, but its actions this past weekend vis-a-vis Trump's immigration ban weren't among them. An actual timeline from Saturday, which may differ from what you saw on social media:

4:20pm ET: CEO Travis Kalanick sent email to employees. It stopped short of explicitly opposing the ban, but did say: (1) The company would identify and compensate affected drivers. (2) Kalanick will raise the issue of how the "ban will impact many innocent people" this Friday during the first meeting of Trump's so-called CEO Council. This email was posted a short time later to Kalanick's public Facebook page.

4:55pm ET: NY Taxi Workers union called for a work stoppage at JFK airport from 6pm-7pm. Uber does not suspend its own service, but also does not send out any promotions.

7:36pm ET: Uber NYC sends out a tweet, saying that surge pricing to and from JFK has been turned off.

The claim that Uber was trying to 'break the strike' by sending out its surge pricing tweet is belied by the timing (i.e., sent after the strike was set to end). And while it is true that Kalanick has agreed to be on Trump's CEO council, it's also true that execs from both Uber and Lyft have agreed to sit on a new automation council set up by Trump's Department of Transportation. Either a pox on both their houses, or a pox on none.

MaxLeiter 3 days ago 5 replies      
Completely stolen from https://www.reddit.com/r/technology/comments/5r2apd/lyft_sur...

This is all a consequence of bad messaging on Uber's part here; they're not in the wrong.

Uber's Surge system is all automatic--if demand goes way up, and supply doesn't follow suit, prices will increase in the app. Unfortunately, demand goes way up during catastrophes like terror attacks, so Uber has had a few bad instances where, in the wake of a crisis, surge goes up, simply because of the way the system is set up.

People who don't know about how Surge works might assume that Uber is deliberately raising prices in these crisis zones to gouge people in peril, which obviously isn't the case. To address cases like this, Uber put into place a surge shutoff system so that people in these positions aren't charged extra.

What happened here was that Uber, in the interest of avoiding another PR disaster, turned off surge to allow protesters (identifying with a cause which their CEO has openly supported) to get to the venue without extra charge. This backfired because that wasn't made clear in their announcement, and they instead came off as strike busters because the NYC taxi firms stupidly chose to express solidarity by shutting down the ability of protesters (not to mention uninvolved travelers) to get to and from the airport via their services.

I don't envy Uber--they're in a damned-if-they-do-damned-if-they-don't position. It's maddening to see the #deleteUber hashtag get this much traction, especially given that Lyft also continued to operate during the strike, but c'est la vie.

nichochar 3 days ago 6 replies      
It's funny to me how Lyft positions itself like the poor little underdog that deeply cares about humans. People are so susceptible to marketing it's crazy.

They provide the exact same service, and Lyft cloned most of uber's features once uber had achieved the unbelievable mindshift of changing people's behavior.

Whatever people think, in a few years if Lyft is popular enough, guess what: they too will become the "big evil capitalistic entreprise" and some new venture backed company will send a christmas email to their users telling them they love them and should all dance together on the beach.

rdtsc 2 days ago 4 replies      
Lyft sent me a political message in an email so I deleted Lyft and now don't have either one. I used them, because I thought they were nicer to the drivers and allowed me tip. And I support the refugees and think this is a stupid and dangerous ban. Oh and I was a bit in the same boat as some of them and on a few occasions was not allowed board the plane with a ticket in hand, and was not able to get home to US.

But Lyft is just a driving app nothing else. There are also a few games, a spectrogram utility and other crap. Should I expect my chess game to start sending me "OMG we so hate Trump, stand with us".

This is getting ridiculous. We and our allies have bombed the crap out of those countries. Destabilized, them turned them into failed states. (Iran is probably the only sane one who arguably has a functioning government). We bombed hospitals, civilians, funded ISIS. Obama alone, the Nobel Peace Prize recipient just last year managed to drop over 26k bombs but but there is a stupid travel ban and the apps on my phone start emailing me political support statements...

general_ai 3 days ago 9 replies      
Kalanick and Musk are basically the only two remaining adults in SV. Musk basically said on twitter, "I'll go and talk to the guy". Everyone else is more concerned with political correctness and virtue signaling. Hundred thousand bombs dropped into five countries on that list -- not a goddamn peep from anybody. 2150 people killed by drones -- same. Iraqi refugees banned for half a year -- no one has even heard of it. Cuban refugees banned permanently -- okie dokie. But god forbid anyone gets stopped on the border, no sir, we can't have that.
rm999 3 days ago 2 replies      
This is an example of the economic principle of goodwill. Uber has a poor reputation that leads to actual losses, but the negative value of the reputation is difficult to quantify. Conversely, Lyft has fostered positive goodwill that strengthens it in indirect ways.

This controversy will likely blow over with a small amount of damage, but it's a reminder of the vulnerability that Uber's management style brings to it. I think they should pay careful attention to how much people really want to hate them.

alphonsegaston 3 days ago 0 replies      
Quite the PR coup by Lyft, since they were doing the exact same scabbing at JFK. In this waning neoliberal order, I hope the best protest people can muster is better than being deceived by most cunning brand.


ploggingdev 3 days ago 4 replies      
Another reminder that emotion trumps (unintentional pun) reasoning on social media. I find it depressing that people don't spend any time verifying stories and separating facts from fiction. I would classify the #deleteuber event as a form of fake news.

You know what would be a good personal assistant or bot to build (using ML)? One that detects and informs users about fake news. Apparently the vast majority of people are pathetic at detecting fake news and this fact has real implications.

niftich 2 days ago 1 reply      
It's unfortunate that such a literal instance of hashtag activism was based on pure speculation by random people on Twitter. Uber definitely botched the messaging, but they were in a no-win situation.

Their surge pricing algorithm will raise prices in times of low supply and high demand, which a protest coinciding with a taxi strike will definitely hit. I can understand why they would want to announce that they're going to turn off surge pricing, to make it clear they're not trying to profit off of this situation.

In retrospect, they would've been better off not saying anything, and perhaps refunding some portion of the ride price later. By making a public post devoid of context or justification, they invited fired-up commenters to arrive at their own interpretation. Some felt that Uber was trying to break the taxi strike, some felt that Uber was incentivizing protesters to clear the airport quickly (as some have pointed out, rides to JFK were not discounted).

This coupled with impassioned public largely powerless to react against government action, made a private company which has stoked people's frustrations for a while an easy target for hashtag activism. Lyft's marketing was ingenious -- they quickly capitalized on this unexpected development by donating a million dollars to the ACLU -- actions that are commendable on their own, but definitely appealed to large segments of the population.

throwaw181ay 3 days ago 1 reply      
I'm no fan of Uber but come on, this is so stupid, and dangerous for Lyft, because now they are stuck into this kind of pandering. Do they really think these customers will be loyal? at the first political blunder, with enough outrage, they are done. They are pandering to a crowd that is never happy with political posturing. They'll learn it the hard way. Uber absolutely did the right thing here. They chose not to play with fire and play the long term game.
ejlangev 3 days ago 1 reply      
Seems like Uber didn't really do anything wrong here other than fail on their messaging. Perhaps worth asking why so many people assumed they would be doing the wrong thing though and had little faith in Kalanick's explanations. Flocking to Lyft instead implies people make a distinction between the two in terms of ethics (which Lyft capitalized on) though probably not for any good reasons.

This doesn't seem like a good reason to delete Uber but there have been plenty of those in the past so I don't find myself very sad to see them lose business.

FT_intern 2 days ago 0 replies      
This is ridiculous.

There is no reason to punish or berate some person/entity/company for NOT participating in a strike. It would only make sense if the company openly tried to take advantage of the strike or attempted to stop or disturb the strike.

Inaction should not be considered as malice

tofu_icecream 3 days ago 0 replies      
It was the Taxi Worker's Union that participated in the Strike, not Cab companies. Is it really fare for Uber to force their contractors to stop working and making money in "solidarity" with this union? If Uber drivers wanted to support the strike, they could have stopped doing pick ups.
badwulf 2 days ago 2 replies      
What do the people flying into the airport have to do with the Muslim ban?

The taxi industry is sickening, they feel no empathy towards the people travelling, then why should I feel any empathy towards them?

If angry taxi drivers want to do protests, there are ways to do it without harming innocent people travelling in. If they resort to such a thing, how can they claim moral high ground?

kevinpet 3 days ago 0 replies      
"The Taxi Workers Alliance had asked all drivers, Uber included, to not pick up at JFK"

Uber isn't a driver. What does the taxi workers alliance have to say about taxi dispatchers? Did cab companies participate in the strike? For a company to do this might very well be illegal collusion. Individuals can strike, companies aren't as well protected.

doguozkan 2 days ago 1 reply      
I'm curious about how taxi drivers are viewed in the US or this specific region. In Turkey, they're mostly hated, because they will go to any length to extort money out of the customers. This ranges from picking longer roads if they detect that the customer doesn't know the area well to asking for 500 euros to even pick them up after terrorist attacks. So, Uber was seen as the savior as their drivers wouldn't try to do any of this and were generally nicer in people's experience (it really doesn't take much to be nicer than a taxi driver here).
guelo 2 days ago 1 reply      
That perfectly timed million dollar donation to ACLU was marketing genius. I can't imagine how you go about making a decision like that and quickly pull the trigger in such a fast paced volatile environment.
foolfoolz 3 days ago 2 replies      
these types of events usually blow over in a month or so. but it does confirm what everyone already knows: ride hailing apps have no stickiness. at the end of the day no one cares what service provides the car.
throwaway5752 3 days ago 1 reply      
Thiel is a big investor, Icahn is a big investor. Both are closely tied to the Trump administration.
manigandham 2 days ago 0 replies      
Why protest an issue that affects innocent people by creating another issue that affects innocent people? This is not persuasive and only leads to further disagreement against the actual movement. Creating more friction is not the way to motivate change.

Immigration/border officials going on strike and refusing to follow the ban order would be much more effective.

avatar345 1 day ago 0 replies      
It seems clear to me that by not supporting the strike,Uber avoided choosing sides, which among Tech companies is as if it explicitly came out and supported Trump's executive order.

However, I don't understand how the strike was intended to help the victims, or change policy. A strike is meant to inconvenience a group of decision makers. If a company won't pay fair wages, the the employees stop performing work. Then the company cannot make profit and must find scabs, or give in. If university officials implement unfair or corrupt policies, then students occupy the decision makers' offices.

However, it seems like this strike was meant to inconvenience no one related to the problem. Perhaps someone can comment on what I'm missing.

omegaworks 2 days ago 1 reply      
It will be most interesting to see whether Kalanick follows through with his promise to discuss the EO with Trump [0], and whether having a seat at Trump's shiny business table actually amounts to anything. If it does not, it proves that the council only serves as a prop to promote Trump. This administration is not beyond using cheap props for marketing purposes. [1]

If the council holds no actual sway, Kalanick should then visibly and publicly resign from it if he truly stands behind his commitment to fairness. I'm withholding judgement until then.

0. http://www.businessinsider.com/uber-ceo-travis-kalanick-will...

1. http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/blogs/the_slatest/201...

davidgerard 2 days ago 0 replies      
"The lesson for other companies is clear: no business is going to be able to ride out the Trump years without being held accountable for their actions or inaction."

Note that arguing right or wrong of the action or reaction is not relevant - this is a description of the present mood of your market.

nojvek 3 days ago 1 reply      
One hour Uber. One hour. Just had to support the taxi strike for one hour.
s0me0ne 1 day ago 0 replies      
Companies make mistakes all the time that cost them. Uber just made one that will be talked about in hundreds of ways now. Just like Friendster, MySpace, Magnolia, Digg, etc.

It may not be fair, but it happens. Knowing how to make good decisions counts a lot regardless if you are at the top on on the way up.

In in the end, the customers decide what they feel is best.

Eric_WVGG 3 days ago 0 replies      
I finally took the plunge and installed Via, which some friends swear by and is more literally "ride-sharing" than either Uber or Lyft. Was pleasantly surprised to get an email a day later announcing free legal aid for drivers and passengers affected by the ban.

Useless in Queens and most of Brooklyn, unfortunately, but served in my little slice.

Steeeve 2 days ago 0 replies      
Uber didn't lose here.

They are getting all kinds of press. There's no real logic in getting rid of the app and those who have tried that have recent phones know that you can't uninstall it - at best you can disable it.

But the reality is that there are many people that need rides and they'll use the app tomorrow just like they did yesterday.

Heinz didn't take a stand. People are still eating ketchup. Why should anyone waste their time or inconvenience their lives picking on Uber?

The only thing this political stunt has done is drawn attention away from the very issue that it was hoping to highlight. It was poorly thought out from the beginning.

some1else 2 days ago 0 replies      
Twitter's absurd character limit played a part in this
debacle 3 days ago 0 replies      
Legal trailblazing costs a lot of money. Attacking entrenched establishments costs a lot of money.

Uber was never going to be able to solve the ridesharing problem for just Uber, and its competitors are going to be unhindered by the massive amount of money Uber has spent on changing regulations.

brotherAB 2 days ago 0 replies      
I deleted Uber because they changed their app in a way I found distasteful. I can either A: Alow Uber to access my location data even when I'm not using the app. B: Type in the physical address whenever I need a ride. Not cool. I chose to delete the app instead.
Fifer82 2 days ago 0 replies      
Is there a word for when a mass movement rejects a service because of hype, and then comes crawling back looking like a fool later? That is what is happening here. Kind of cringe.
plantsoftware 2 days ago 0 replies      
They did the same thing that uber did, yet some how avoided flack
village-idiot 2 days ago 0 replies      
What a petty and pointless distraction. Use Uber or not, I don't care, but claiming that this is a protest thing is just useless feel-good drivel.
joelmichael 2 days ago 0 replies      
I'm still going to use Uber. Keep up the good work, fellas.
foota 2 days ago 0 replies      
Honestly I'm not sure that uber and lyft could have coordinated a strike in the timeline it sounds like they were given, short of disabling the app or something.
CodeSheikh 2 days ago 1 reply      
Edit 1: Deleting unnecessary comment.
juskrey 2 days ago 1 reply      
How does taxi airport strike help travelers?
wmccullough 2 days ago 0 replies      
Don't care if I get crucified for saying this, but #DeleteUber is a distraction. It's taking away valuable cycles that could be spent against, you know, that actual fuckers involved in causing this ban.
leadingthenet 2 days ago 0 replies      
Seeing Americans be so against strikes is disheartening.
akerro 2 days ago 0 replies      
Can't delete Uber, it's installed as system app.
dominotw 2 days ago 0 replies      
meh.. this will pass like grubhub ceo email episode. outrage ADD is a thing.

In 2009 Obama govt profiled Indian immigrants at NY airports. indians were massively abused and hundreds of them were deported from the airport without proper procedure. I was called a dog by an 'immigration officer'. " we will kick you out like dogs if this doesn't verify" - first sentence when i walked up to him and handed him my passport.

Now all of a sudden everyone cares about immigrants.

animex 2 days ago 3 replies      
As we all debate about this on Peter Thiel backed YC Hacker News.
tn13 2 days ago 1 reply      
Strikes should not be a feature of free societies. What do we achieve by striking and making it hard for normal Americans to go abut their lives ? Trump and his officials probably laugh at you from their taxpayer funded jets.

An Uber or Lyft driver is poor than me and I do not want him to earn less because I want to engage in virtue signaling. I would suggest putting up donation boxes and raising more money to donate it to ACLU and other organizations instead of disrupting normal life.

Federal judge stays deportations of travelers in Trump immigration order thehill.com
664 points by anarazel  5 days ago   358 comments top 34
jseliger 5 days ago 7 replies      
The ACLU is also reporting that the stay was granted: https://twitter.com/dale_e_ho/status/825520404777287680.

Many of you are probably watching the horror show unfold and wondering what tangible thing you can do. Joining or contributing to the ACLU is one small but important, specific way to help: https://action.aclu.org/secure/become-freedom-fighter-join-a....


tabeth 5 days ago 3 replies      
I'm sorry to report that it's not over yet:

> Stay covers the airport detainees and those currently in transit. Doesn't change ban going forward. Prev unclear tweet deleted


> Important clarification. This does not prevent Trump admin from blocking new travelers.


jayess 5 days ago 10 replies      
No one seems to be talking about that fact that Trump can do these things because the Congress has specifically authorized the president to do so. It seems as though a massive amount of power in one person's hands is OK is some situations but not in others, depending on one's political persuasion.

And the list of countries is from Homeland Security's list of "countries of concern" compiled during the Obama administration. And signed into law by Obama himself.


Of course some will blast me as supporting Trump or supporting this ban. Not true.

woofyman 5 days ago 2 replies      
CNN is reporting that theWhite House over ruled the DHS when it came to green cards.

>Friday night, DHS arrived at the legal interpretation that the executive order restrictions applying to seven countries -- Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Sudan and Yemen -- did not apply to people who with lawful permanent residence, generally referred to as green card holders.The White House overruled that guidance overnight, according to officials familiar with the rollout. That order came from the President's inner circle, led by Stephen Miller and Steve Bannon. Their decision held that, on a case by case basis, DHS could allow green card holders to enter the US.

moflome 5 days ago 0 replies      
FYI, Chris Sacca is matching grants to ALCU up to $150K...


a3n 5 days ago 3 replies      
A little OT, I guess, but the WaPo's story about this repeats a map I've seen that shows the seven countries.

Conspicuously absent are Egypt, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Lebanon, which is where the people who hijacked the 9/11 planes, the worst, and most logistically complex, terrorist act against the US ever, were from. Where's the logic? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/September_11_attacks#FBI

I don't at all think that this order should be in effect, but I don't see the logic in its implementation.

75dvtwin 4 days ago 1 reply      
I personally support the executive order in its motif.

Radicalization of US-born or US-admitted Muslims by clerics, relatives, social media -- is real, eg [1] (Fort-hood terrorist), San-Bernardino terrorists [2].

Therefore, the argument could not just be about questioning if any visa/green card holder for the initial list of 7 'banned-county -->to--> Muslim terrorist perpetrating killing on US soil'.

It is a preventive measure, with a time limit .Very appropriate for this period of time, given the war with ISIS.

I am not, however, impressed with the execution or the preparation that went into this particular order.I would like to see a different level of scrutiny and reduced personal inconvenience afforded to US green card holders.

Appreciate that majority on this forum, including highly respected scientists, will disagree with me.But please allow the expression of, at-least partially informed dissent.

[1] http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/12...

[2] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rizwan_Farook_and_Tashfeen_Mal...

anthony_romeo 5 days ago 1 reply      
This is an embarrassment.

Even if you completely agree with what the order does, it's impossible to claim that the implementation of this was anything other than a complete and utter disaster. No warning, no clear way to enforce the order, widespread protest, and getting the courts involved within 24 hours.

This is going to have ramifications for years to come. We want to encourage the world's best and brightest to come here, and a precedent of unannounced, widespread, severe changes to enforcement of the laws will cause people to reconsider.

This is utter negligence and I'm ashamed of my country.

philangist 5 days ago 2 replies      
I think the title of this post is wrong. Here's another post - http://www.theverge.com/2017/1/28/14427086/federal-court-hal... - that states that "The court specifically ruled on Darweesh and Alshawis petition; the ACLU will have to include all other similarly-affected immigrants as part of a class action to have it apply more broadly."
pmoriarty 5 days ago 1 reply      
Trump and the Republican Congress are going to appoint many judges during his term, including Supreme Court judges. That could be Trump's most enduring legacy.
hackuser 5 days ago 0 replies      
More precisely, it only blocks part of Trump's order:

"Judge Ann Donnelly of the US District Court in Brooklyn granted a request from the ACLU to stay deportations of those detained on entry to the United States following President Trump's executive order."


daodedickinson 5 days ago 1 reply      
The text of Trump's temporary order is mostly copy-pasted from temporary orders enacted by Obama that have withstood scrutiny, so I wouldn't get hopes up for a full reversal.
tonyztan 5 days ago 1 reply      
> "IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that to assure compliance with the Court's order, the Court directs service of this Order upon the United States Marshal for the Eastern District of New York, and further directs the United States Marshals Service to take those actions deemed necessary to enforce the provisions and prohibitions set for in this order."

Is the U.S. Marshals Service part of the judicial or executive branch?

(Source: https://www.aclu.org/legal-document/darweesh-v-trump-decisio...)

jackmott 5 days ago 1 reply      
Please donate to the ACLU
AdmiralAsshat 5 days ago 0 replies      
I was at the solidarity rally at the Dulles International Airport in Herndon, VA for a few hours, although I had left by the time this story broke. I'd wonder if it got announced to the crowd.
benmorris 5 days ago 0 replies      
Donated to the ACLU for the first time today. I also plan to call my representative on Monday.
coldcode 5 days ago 1 reply      
I hope this is true. At least we still have a (mostly) independent judiciary.
rdtsc 5 days ago 2 replies      
What is the authority chain usually here. Can a Federal judge block other such executive orders? Is this used often
DanBC 4 days ago 0 replies      
For the people who support the ban: do you realise it was catching people in transit, who had no intention of staying in the US?

Here's one woman who was flying from Costa Rica to Scotland. Her initial flight transited through the US, where she was told her transit visa was no longer valid.


pandaman 4 days ago 1 reply      
And the DHS has responded to this ruling already:https://www.dhs.gov/news/2017/01/29/department-homeland-secu...

No foreign national in a foreign land, without ties to the United States, has any unfettered right to demand entry into the United States or to demand immigration benefits in the United States.

mhneu 5 days ago 2 replies      
While many Trump stories should be flagged, some are important for society and for HN to discuss.

This is one of those important stories. Americans can not stick their heads in the sand about these anti-muslim actions.

Please do not delete this story. The American and global tech community needs to discuss this. Trump and his advisors win when HN deletes stories like this.

woofyman 5 days ago 2 replies      
So Tump ignores the court and we have a constitutional crisis.
pizza 5 days ago 1 reply      
Does anybody have experience with the logistics involved in organizing strangers against such actions?
gdulli 5 days ago 4 replies      
If the ban goes to the Supreme Court and is struck down because Trump didn't wait to fill the vacancy with a loyalist first, he'll have essentially failed the marshmallow test.


wslh 5 days ago 1 reply      
Wow, it seems like US is a 24-hour reality show now.
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_andromeda_ 4 days ago 4 replies      
I'd like to know why anyone thinks America owes anyone anything?

The ban is absolutely necessary. You Americans have a great country but you're going to ruin it if you don't take your time to listen to Trump.

There is no way that unchecked immigration is a good thing for any country in the world let alone America.

I've heard what has been said about how immigration made America what it is today - great. However, immigration should be based on whether the immigrant will add value to your country. If an immigrant is coming to set up a business, do further studies and other positive things like that, then by all means provide them with a way to come in.

However, if there's a threat of terrorism from the immigrant or if they aren't adding value but will instead be recipients of welfare all I can ask is, WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON?

How can you sustain this? You cannot save everyone in the world. You just can't. The best you can do is help them from a camp in their own country and even then, it's your choice as a country that has fair elections.

Why did you even have these elections if you're going to disallow the president that you yourselves chose in FAIR elections to do his jobs. Is there anything new that Trump is doing that he did not promise his voters he would do? If not, then you're saying that the majority of the people that chose Trump don't deserve to be heard and that only your views matter.

And don't even get me started on that business of, 'we didn't vote for him...he didn't get the popular vote'.

Why is it okay for previous presidents who won in the electoral college to be legitimized but not Trump? This is absolutely UNFAIR and selfish of anti-Trumpians. Remember, you take away California and Trump actually wins the popular vote anyway. To me, this is a clear indication that one state wants to bully the rest of the country into doing things their way and their way only. So UNFAIR.

Without getting into my country of origin, I will tell you this; we too are building a wall to stop illegal aliens from a neighboring Muslim country from getting in. These fundamentalists are really terrible human beings. We have lost so many lives to their suicide attacks. Friends and families losing their loved ones to these actions. I remember a time we were so scared of the attacks that we had to close offices in the daytime when working and verify you knew who was knocking on the door before letting them in. It was a terrible time and with a recent attack, last week to more precise, the fear is coming back. I just wish we had finished putting up our wall by now and that it was as strong as the proposed American one.

People have to be responsible for their own country. They have to build their own countries and stop the fundamentalism.

known 5 days ago 1 reply      
Can US survive without "importing" OPEC Oil? bloom.bg/1O04ymn
refurb 5 days ago 3 replies      
If anyone thinks that this ruling is a surprise to the Trump administration, think again. I have no doubt that he conferred with his AG about his executive order and discuss possible outcomes such as a judge blocking his order. Maybe he expected this outcome?

Regardless, we'll see what his next move is.

Sergey Brin joins protest against immigration order at SFO theverge.com
685 points by _pius  5 days ago   348 comments top 23
tptacek 5 days ago 3 replies      
Google employees were very heavily represented on the Never Again pledge a few weeks ago, more than any big tech company. I've been able to talk to several Googlers since then, several of whom are now directly involved with Tech Solidarity. Google takes a lot of shit, and some of it is probably deserved, but there seems clearly to be a moral core to the people working there.

I stick up for Google a lot --- nobody has done more to improve the security of the web than they have --- but they deserve credit for this kind of thing too.

akhilcacharya 4 days ago 2 replies      
Relevant part of his background [0]

>They formally applied for their exit visa in September 1978, and as a result his father was "promptly fired". For related reasons, his mother also had to leave her job. For the next eight months, without any steady income, they were forced to take on temporary jobs as they waited, afraid their request would be denied as it was for many refuseniks. During this time his parents shared responsibility for looking after him and his father taught himself computer programming. In May 1979, they were granted their official exit visas and were allowed to leave the country.[12] At an interview in October 2000, Brin said, "I know the hard times that my parents went through there and am very thankful that I was brought to the States."[17]

>In the summer of 1990, a few weeks before his 17th birthday, his father led a group of high school math students, including Sergey, on a two-week exchange program to the Soviet Union. His roommate on the trip was future Carnegie Mellon University computer science professor John Stamper. As Brin recalls, the trip awakened his childhood fear of authority and he remembered that "his first impulse on confronting Soviet oppression had been to throw pebbles at a police car." Malseed adds, "On the second day of the trip, while the group toured a sanatorium in the countryside near Moscow, Brin took his father aside, looked him in the eye and said, 'Thank you for taking us all out of Russia.'"

[0] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergey_Brin#Early_life_and_edu...

fowlerpower 5 days ago 3 replies      
Well at least people are pushing back.

What was starting to worry me is that many of the top CEOs were all kissing Trumps ass as to who can bring back more jobs. They were stumbling over themselves, "we are bringing 10000 jobs in the next 2 years".

There needs to be a lot of vocal people against this, immigrants are one the weakest groups in society. Trump just deomstrated and confirmed this.

What I don't get, and maybe someone can explain it, why isn't this un-constitutional? It feels like banning people, people who are perfectly legal not citizens but still legal, based on their religion is against the constitution. Am I missing something? Wasn't this country started by people looking to escape religious persecution?

markwaldron 5 days ago 0 replies      
It's great to see someone with this much influence joining the masses to protest these injustices. I understand these companies have shareholders and tend to avoid politically charged topics, but in this case, it affects not only Google's employees but people all over the country.
ziszis 4 days ago 6 replies      
Of the five largest tech companies in the world, the CEOs of four of them have come out against the Executive Order targeting specific immigrants: GOOG/MSFT/FB/AAPL.

AMZN and Jeff Bezos have strangely been absent even though he was the most critical pre-election.

potatosoup 4 days ago 9 replies      
Where were all these millionaires and billionaires when we were droning people in some of these countries? They all donated to Clinton's election campaign and under her watch as Secretary of State we dropped thousands of bombs. They supported the pro-war candidate.

Why is restricting our borders considered so inhumane as to cause an Internet-wide outcry, while killing people for years hadn't?

meshr 4 days ago 1 reply      
Something wrong with this world. I wish it to be vice a versa. Brin should be in the president chair, making America great as Google, and Trump should be outside joining protest against modernization.
dredmorbius 4 days ago 0 replies      
I applaud this and very much wish to see more like this.

That's from someone who finds plenty of opportunity to criticise Google. Including presently for the company's support of the GOP, now a de-facto fascist party. Yes, I'm aware the situation's a complex one, and Google isn't a garage operation any more.

Regardless: thank you, Sergey.

tn13 4 days ago 0 replies      
Silence of other powerful people today will be remembered by history.
quakeguy 4 days ago 0 replies      
And so should you, go out on the streets, be heard. Don't be ruled, rule for you.
ftrflyr 4 days ago 5 replies      
You all are aware that the past 6 U.S. presidents have done this sort of thing...right?

Obama last did it in 2011.

The hypocrisy here is that because Trump did it, it is wrong.

We are a nation of laws and in order to maintain law and order, we must follow those laws. The minute tech companies (let's not be obtuse here, corporations are in the business of making money and appeasing shareholders) decides they are either for or against certain laws, well...you have anarchy.

This has nothing to do with denying rights to immigrants and everything to do with the far lefts disproval of the elected president of the United States.

kareldonk 4 days ago 0 replies      
This is what statism looks like. Hopefully people learn the right lessons quickly now. Statism is enslavement. Google it.
potatosoup 4 days ago 1 reply      
jarsin 4 days ago 1 reply      
james-watson 4 days ago 3 replies      
gagmaker 5 days ago 1 reply      
robotresearcher 4 days ago 3 replies      
The constitution only applies to citizens.

Edit: apparently I was mistaken. It applies to 'the people' of the US, which is anyone with 'substantial connection' to the US and under US jurisdiction. Green card holders would seem to be pretty clearly of 'the people' then.

Of course, it's a damn shame to treat any legal immigrant or legitimate asylum seeker this way. Seems to be absolutely against the long standing traditions of the country.

rankhyprocrisy 4 days ago 3 replies      
maratd 4 days ago 9 replies      
missbit 4 days ago 0 replies      
Jack, take that twitter account away from Trump.

OK, this doesn't have much to do with Brin.

Just saying.

ftrflyr 4 days ago 7 replies      
American citizen here:

I was denied a entry visa into Paraguay left to be stranded in Brazil. I barely made it to my grandmothers funeral. I had to call the embassy and spend several days in limbo. I understood that I was powerless because I was not a citizen of Brazil nor Paraguay. I wasn't entitled to representation by either country nor would they provide it.

I was jailed in Mozambique for refusing to pay a bribe at the border. I did not expect nor receive any special treatment. This is the way things are.

I overstayed my visa in Chile by less than 24 hours, was forced to remain at the border between Argentina and Chile for the day and threatened with jail. I did not fight and riot nor protest. Why would I? I need to follow the laws of the country I am in.

What we have here is a nation so divided that you have people on the right who are for less government and rule, but respect the rule of law and people on the left who have no regard for the law and demand more regulations and laws.


Ask HN: Who is hiring? (February 2017)
647 points by whoishiring  1 day ago   1012 comments top 802
wskemper 28 minutes ago 0 replies      
ViaSat | Cloud Software Engineer | Austin, TX | On-site or remote (USA only) | Full-Time | https://www.viasat.com

ViaSat's Cloud Engineering team provides the bedrock network and security services that every group at ViaSat uses to operate and protect their products. We also engage hands-on with other engineering teams to help them get to the cloud.

On any given day, you may be walking colleagues through the finer points of VPC design, helping a product team debug a critical failure in production, or presenting a workshop on developing against our internal APIs. You might be adding new features to our PKI, writing automation to validate TLS configurations across the entire network, or expanding our platform into So Paulo. Our work and our products are always evolving, which leaves little chance you'll ever get bored.

We are looking for engineers who are proficient with multiple languages, and are familiar with existing IaaS and PaaS products like AWS, OpenStack, or Marathon. We also need our team members to be good communicators and people-friendly, as our daily work involves interfacing with many people all around the company. An engineering degree or equivalent experience is necessary.

You'd get bonus points for having a strong security background, in-depth knowledge of networking, or previous work experience building globally-distributed applications.

This position is location-agnostic; you can work from any of our offices, or from home, as long as you reside within the United States.

Interested? Email stephan.kemper@viasat.com

jaas 1 day ago 0 replies      
Let's Encrypt | Systems Administrator | US and Canada | Remote

We are a free, open, and automated certificate authority. Our goal is to help create a more secure and privacy-respecting Web by driving adoption of HTTPS.

We're currently hiring another Systems Administrator.

Key Qualifications:

* Experience working with highly-available, internet-facing sites* Solid understanding of PKI* Configuration management experience (SaltStack, Ansible, Puppet, Chef)* Ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with development team* Hardware SAN experience* Scripting and coding experience* Networking management experience (firewalls and switches)* Experience implementing monitoring, security, and logging systems* Database troubleshooting and HA maintenance experience* Ability to use and manage security tools such as FIM, IDM, SIEM, vulnerability scanner* Experience in regulated and high-security environments* Hardware Security Module (HSM) experience is a plus

Please see full job description here:


mightybyte 1 day ago 1 reply      
Takt | Haskell Engineer | San Francisco, CA | Full-time, ONSITE preferred, but REMOTE is an option for senior candidates.

Takt also has open positions for Data Software Engineer, Systems and Infrastructure Engineer, Data Scientist, Product Managers/Designers, and more. Check them out at http://takt.com/careers. Here is the Haskell Engineer job description:

Takt is seeking experienced Haskell programmers to help develop our flagship product. Our platform processes giant event streams of all kinds, identifying patterns, trends and opportunities to intervene and improve processes, aided by machine learning. Our vision will change the way people engage across multiple industries, be it retail, finance, or healthcare. We're reaching more than 10 million users, making us one of the largest ventures using Haskell.

As a Takt engineer, you'll work in small, self-sufficient teams with the shared goal of delivering excellent software anchored in an agile culture of quality, delivery, and innovation. You understand that legacy code is the work you did yesterday. You also share our passion for functional programming and using data to solve complex problems.Contact mightybyte at the google mail service for more information.

snowmaker 1 day ago 0 replies      
Y Combinator (yes, the people who run this site) is hiring hackers (San Francisco, ONSITE)

Y Combinator has a very big vision, one that goes beyond just funding startups. Yesterday we announced a new partnership with the ACLU: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=13531707

Here's a secret most people don't know: software is at the core of our plans for taking YC to the next level.

We're looking for a couple of great hackers to join a small team in San Francisco working on these new projects. It's not a job for everyone, but it would be a good fit for someone who loves startups. Working at YC, you won't just write code, you'll be involved in everything YC does.

Here's an example of something interesting we built recently: http://themacro.com/articles/2016/08/investor-day-software/

If you're a hacker, send us a note here: http://bit.ly/1Od0T2l. You can also email me with questions: jared@ycombinator.com

iamnafets 1 day ago 0 replies      
Amazon New Product Demand Forecasting | Seattle | Full-Time | On-Site ($130-$250+ depending on experience)

Amazon's New Product Demand Forecasting team is responsible for one of the most challenging problems in supply chain optimization: predicting sales for products that have no sales history. This is a uniquely creative space in Forecasting requiring our machine learning models to capture both the nuances of the global consumer marketplace as well as customer behavior on Amazon.

Our team works closely with research scientists to invent new ways to make use of novel data, solve hard engineering problems around scaling and performance in predicting for tens of millions of products, and iterate quickly in order to stay on the cutting edge. I'm looking for an experienced software developer that is comfortable with big data and machine learning and can:

* Design systems that provide a stable base for innovation in a rapidly changing business

* Improve Forecasting algorithms through data-driven analysis and experimentation in our Scala/Spark environment

* Optimize for scalability and performance of both distributed computations and near-metal C++ code

* Learn quickly and keep up with a rapidly changing machine learning and big data landscape

* Communicate their ideas clearly with all members of a diverse team

If this sounds interesting, as the hiring manager I'd love to chat or buy you coffee. Email me (Stefan) at smai@ (amazon.com) with your resume and a brief introduction. (Interview process is 1 phone screen and onsite interview with whiteboard coding and behavioral questions about your experience.)

ScotterC 1 day ago 0 replies      
Andela | Software Engineer, iOS Lead, DevOps Lead | Nairob, Kenya & Lagos, Nigeria | Full-Time

Brilliance is evenly distributed; opportunity is not.

Andela extends engineering teams with world-class software developers. We recruit the most talented developers on the African continent, shape them into technical leaders, and place them as full-time distributed team members with companies that range from Microsoft and IBM to dozens of high-growth startups. Backed by Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, GV (Google Ventures) and Spark Capital, Andela is building the next generation of global technology leaders.We're building teams in Africa, staffed by our developers and led by experts to build the systems that'll scale us to 100,000 developers across the African continent.

Some technologies we use React | Angular | GoLang | Python | Ruby | JS | PHP | Kubernetes | Docker | Google Cloud

All our engineering positions are currently in Africa but we are a distributed company. So if you want to try out a move to Nairobi for awhile, here's your chance :)

Other positions on our careers page http://careers.andela.com/

Reach out to me at scott.carleton@andela.com

bradavogel 1 day ago 2 replies      
Mixmax | Full-Stack Engineer or intern | On-site San Francisco or Remote (for engineers with experience) | https://mixmax.com/careers

We're a growing, fast-moving team looking for all types of engineers: full-stack, backend, site reliability, data, integration.

Mixmax's mission is to reinvent the way professionals communicate for work. We're building the impossible: a rich communications platform that brings the power of the web to everyday communication. This includes easily scheduling meetings, completing surveys, making purchases, signing documents, and even interacting with apps. Were fully integrated with Gmail and Google Inbox, and even have a Electron-based native desktop application. Already, were seeing phenomenal growth, with customers from Uber, Airbnb, and tens of thousands of more businesses depending on us for their daily communications.

Were well-funded with an A++ list of investors who previously backed companies like Twitter, Heroku, Lyft, and Square. We have big plans ahead. Come do the impossible with us.

Check out our engineering blog to see what we've been working on: https://mixmax.com/engineering

Our stack: Node, Mongo, Elasticsearch, AWS, Redis, Electron (full stack: http://stackshare.io/mixmax/mixmax-for-web)

Email careers@mixmax.com and lets chat!

corbet 1 day ago 0 replies      
LWN.net | https://lwn.net/ | Writer/editor | Remote | full-time or freelance

LWN.net is (IMHO) the premier news site for the free and open-source development community. We are looking for a top-quality writer/editor to join our staff. It's demanding work, because LWN's readership is highly technical and used to high-quality writing by people who understand how the development community works. But it's rewarding, and opportunities for international travel abound. See https://lwn.net/Articles/696258/ for more information.

navahq 1 day ago 0 replies      
Nava | Washington DC & San Francisco SF | DevOps/Infrastructure/Systems Engineers, Software/Fullstack Engineers | Product and Project Managers | On-site - Full-time | $100k-$160k+ + equity + benefits

We're a small team of engineers, designers, and product builders that were brought in to help fix Healthcare.gov in the winter of 2013. Our revamped application is used by millions, converts 35% better, and halves the completion time.

It turns out theres a lot more to reimagine within government services, which is why were partnering with both the Department of Veterans Affairs and Medicare. With the VA, we are working to modernize their appeals system, making millions of veterans lives better through the process. Today, the average appeal takes 5 years to process; we can fix this. For Medicare, we are designing and building the architecture for Medicare's historic transition towards value-based care.

Its surprising how much can be done by a small group of empathetic people with a Silicon Valley mindset, deep technical experience, working closely with dedicated civil servants in government. Weve started Nava as a public benefit corporation to radically improve how our government serves its people, and we believe that the services our government provides should be clear and reliable. If you feel the same way, we'd love to hear from you at jobs@navahq.com

Learn more about working here: http://navahq.com/careers

Job descriptions: http://jobs.lever.co/nava

Our blog: https://blog.navapbc.com/

dflenniken 1 hour ago 0 replies      
San Francisco, CA | Sys Admin / Developer (CentOS, ESXi, Ansible, Python, Medical Imaging)Center for Imaging of Neurodegenerative Diseases (CIND)

The CIND is a research center dedicated to studying the causes and effects of neurodegenerative and psychiatric disorders, using imaging techniques such as MRI and PET.

Primary responsibility is maintaining ESXi, a handful of Windows servers, and many CentOS systems. We use ansible, Powershell, python, bash, SGE.

As time allows (and there should be time), we're hoping you can put on a developer hat too. Python, SQL, & C#.

We'll be building out a distributed image processing framework and managing 25+ processing nodes and storage systems. Opportunities to work on data analysis (R & Python).

Bonus points if you are familiar with medical image processing, R, numpy.

Should be smart, get things done, and have some fun.

Decent salary, solid benefits, awesome coworkers, laptop, stunning location (Lands End)

Email the pertinent details to hiring@vacind.org

dban 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Authorea | Senior Software Engineer | Brooklyn, NY | On-site | Visa possible | www.authorea.com

Spun out of CERN by a group of astrophysicists, Authorea is building the worlds best collaborative document editor for research. We are a New York City-based company with recent backing from Bloomberg Beta, ffVC, Lux Capital, and Techammer. We are pre-Series A with 70,000+ users and growing.

We are a close group of researchers, engineers, and product people fixing some enormous fundamental problems in research. Our goal is to advance substantially the pace of scientific innovation by delivering a superior research editor built for the web.

The editor is built on git and supports multiple markup languages. Every document is a repo and has a commit history. Researchers can run visualizations and IPython notebooks inside the document. Citations can be pulled from online reference libraries and documents can be exported to hundreds of styling formats. In short: We have a lot of stuff to work on, and we need your help!

Please say hello with a note to jobs@authorea.com and HN in the subject line.

Requirements: - Passion for open science - 6+ years of web development experience - Deep familiarity with Ruby/Rails - Extensive knowledge of the modern front end stack, CSS/JS, React, Redux - History of completing projects on time and to spec - A great team player with a positive attitude willing to help the team accomplish our ambitious goals

ebildsten 1 day ago 1 reply      
OpenAI | San Francisco | Full Time, Onsite, Interns, Visa | https://openai.com

OpenAIs mission is to build safe AI, and ensure AI's benefits are as widely and evenly distributed as possible. We are building a team of researchers and engineers to make the defining breakthroughs in machine learning.

We care about what people will accomplish here much more than what they've already done: for any of our hiring criteria, demonstration of exceptional motivation and potential can overcome a lack of experience. We value personal development; we hire curious, highly-motivated individuals who look to grow in areas where they have not yet achieved mastery.

Our impact is greater than just publishing research papers. We build working systems. We try to empower and strengthen the AI research community, and collaborate freely. We publish our techniques, tools, and methods, and try to find creative approaches for how to improve the progress and impact of ML research.

We're currently hiring software engineers, machine learning researchers, machine learning interns, and a recruiting coordinator.


jauco 1 day ago 2 replies      
Huygens ING | Amsterdam, The Netherlands | Software Engineer | Full-time, onsite | $35K $60

Build open source software that slowly but surely gathers all historical data in Europe

We're a team of engineers at the Royal Academy of Sciences in the Netherlands. We build a Backend as a Service that allows users to deposit their data[1]. We're looking for front-end / back-end engineers (we prefer people who like a little bit of both) to add features for exposing the data (search, visualisation) and for working with the data (distributes storage, reasoning/inferring knowledge).

We provide an environment where people enjoy freedom of work, where our clients understand the uncertainty of experimentation (they're researchers after all) and where all code is published under an open-source license.

We're using java (yes, voluntarily), react/redux (I know, sooo 2016) and we're hosting on kubernetes (sorry, no disparaging remark here).We don't really care if you've used these exact technologies before, but we do care if you have built up greenfield applications as well as to have worked on applications that have been in development for a few years.

Interview process: phone interview -> at a later date a technical challenge (in person or screenshare) -> final interview (finalizing the agreement)

Drop me a line at jauco.noordzij . huygens.knaw.nl!

[1] http://github.com/huygensING/timbuctoo

gaff 1 day ago 0 replies      
Amazon Prime Now | SDEs, SDMs, TPMs, QAEs | Seattle, WA and San Diego, CA | FULLTIME | ONSITE

My team is working on a confidential, high impact initiative for Prime Now that involves working with over 75 teams across Amazon, solving highly ambiguous problems on an international scale at a tremendous pace with a heavy focus on customer experience. This is an early stage initiative with a fast paced, highly collaborative start up like environment inside Amazon.

I am hiring Software Development Engineers, Software Development Managers, Technical Program Managers, and Quality Assurance Engineers to work on this exciting and evolving challenge. We operate under a single-threaded owner which means the technical team work extremely closely with our product team.

Below are a few of the positions we are hiring for in both Seattle and San Diego. If you are interested please reach out to me (gjones @ amazon . com) and include HN in the subject. Thanks!

* https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/421561

* https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/415742

* https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/415741

* https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/475667

* https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/475666

ppcsf 2 hours ago 0 replies      
GetSwift | Melbourne, Australia | ONSITE | FULLTIME

GetSwift is a logistics software company that's just listed on the ASX. We're looking to grow our small team to keep up with our huge growth and international expansion.

As an early-stage employee, you'll have a big impact on the architecture of our product, which includes real-time vehicle routing & dispatching, data analytics/ modelling, and complex SPAs. Our stack is primarily .NET, Angular, React/Redux, AWS, but we're moving toward an event-driven microservices architecture, using Kafka/Kubernetes/Haskell/React.

We're hiring at all levels of the stack, but we'd be particularly interested in full-stack engineers. Bonus points for:

The ability to code in a variety of languages, particularly of the functional flavour

Data science skills (R/ Pandas etc, solid stats background)

Devops, containers, Kubernetes, aws

Familiarity with any parts of our stack

We are also hiring UX designers to revamp the UX of our rather complex product.

For engineers, our interview process consists of a short code test (if you don't have any publicly accessible code for us to look at), and a technical interview in our Collins St office, 1-2 hours. After that, we'll be in touch within about a week.

For UX designers, if we're happy with your portfolio, we'll give you some paid work to see if we're a mutual fit.

Email me (joash at getswift dot co), prefixing the subject with "HN:". Include anything you think will show off your skills!

dror 3 hours ago 0 replies      
http://www.worldreader.org | Senior Android Developer| Barcelona| Onsite | Full-time

Worldreader is a non-profit on a mission to bring digital books to all children and their family, so that they can improve their lives. Every month over half a million people use Worldreaders library of 40,000 e-books to read in 40 languages in countries such as Ethiopia, Nigeria, India and Philippine

You'll join our international team in Barcelona's Eixample district.

We're looking for an experienced Android developer to enhance our existing apps:

* Read to Kids: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.worldreade...

* Worldreader: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.worldreade...

And help develop our new Worldreader Classroom app to help students read and learn how read in the classroom.


xando 1 day ago 3 replies      
Hey, a friendly reminder. Im parsing the thread, all job offers added here are also available on the map on


Also Ive started a small campaign to update thread format and make it more parser friendly for whoishiring.io and others (I know that at least few websites that do similar thing). Also you can read more about whoishiring.io in a recent Show HN (https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=13500701)

Here is the format.

 1) {company} | {job title} | {locations} | {attrs: REMOTE, INTERNS, VISA, company url} Google | Software Developer | SF | VISA https://google.com DuckDuckGo | Software Developer | Paoli PA | REMOTE, VISA

 2) {company} | {job title} | {locations} Google | Site Reliability Engineer | London, Zurich, Sydney Facebook | Web-developer | London, Zurich
Im using this regex to test the firstline.

You can test it in Python or here https://regex101.com/r/relwQD/3 (for the match look right).

As a result off this calling in previous editions of Who is Hiring many posters actually complied. Which resulted in more accurate map positions, better tagging (REMOTE, VISA, INTERNSHIP, ) and for some I was even able to get LOGOS!. Thanks!

sashagitlab 1 day ago 1 reply      
GitLab | Remote Only | Hiring All Roles

We're hiring VP of Engineering, production engineers, build engineers, Sr. Go + Ruby developers, and more, see https://about.gitlab.com/jobs/ We're a remote only company so everyone can participate and contribute equally. GitLab Community Edition is an open-source Ruby on Rails project with over 1000 contributors.

dflenniken 1 hour ago 0 replies      
Brain Health Registry | Web Developer | San Francisco

We're working to accelerate the development of cures for brain disorders by driving down the time and cost of finding research participants through an innovative online registry.

Seeking an experienced developer who excels at backend web development and is no slouch on the front end. Bonus points if you know our stack (C#/MVC/Azure), but experience with any similar stack is a-ok.

Should be smart, get things done, and have some fun.

Decent salary, solid benefits, awesome coworkers, laptop, stunning location (Lands End)

Email the pertinent details to hiring@brainhealthregistry.org

cdouglasosborn 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Merlin Guides | Senior Software Engineer | New York | Onsite | Full-time

Merlin Guides (https://www.merlinguides.com) is trying to make training at companies considerably better. No more process documents or long training videos. Merlin allows you to create in-product step by step help, ontop of any web application (Salesforce, Jira, Asana...etc). Founded by a ex-Googler and finishing up a Seed round now is a great time to join us.

We're looking for 2 great engineers:1. More architecture, security and Dev Ops but still enjoys getting stuck in with a bit of code once in awhile (Team lead position available if wanted)2. More algorithm based, preferably with Chrome Extension experience (Junior Developers fine too)

If you're interested you can read more here:https://angel.co/merlin-guides-1/jobs

Or you can contact me direct charles AT merlinguides.com

iamtheneal 1 day ago 0 replies      
Square, Inc. | Software Engineer, Mobile Security | New York (preferred), San Francisco (for senior or exceptional candidates) | https://squareup.com/careers

Square's Mobile Security team is hiring in our SoHo, NYC office. We're a full-stack engineering team building Square's software tamper detection and remote attestation system.


What we do:

research iOS and Android attacks and countermeasures

build backend services to filter and analyze system-level telemetry from the millions of devices running our software

develop heuristics and models to detect malicious activity

collaborate with Square's mobile, hardware, and anti-fraud teams


Why it's cool:

We work across many disciplines: security, mobile, backend, data infrastructure, data science.

Our system is critical: without it, some Square products couldn't exist.

Several companies have built systems like this; ours is the most advanced.

We catch real hackers and criminals.


Who we're looking for:

reverse engineers familiar with C

mobile engineers familiar with C and with Android or iOS internals

backend engineers


Tech we use:C, Java, Objective-C, Python, RubyMySQL, Vertica, Spark


If this matches your background and interests, we'd love to talk to you -- email me at neal@squareup.com.

escap 1 hour ago 0 replies      
UNESCAP | Java software developer | Bangkok, Thailand | Onsite |fulltime | visa provided | www.unescap.org

ESCAP is the regional arm of the United Nations in Asia and the Pacific.We are building and maintaining several web applications in Java/Spring for our internal usage,using Java Spring, deployed on linux/tomcat, interfacing with other systems via WS(REST/Soap).

To know more and/or apply, email us at escap-it-recruitment+hn0217@gmail.com

d8niel 1 day ago 1 reply      
1 point by d8niel 61 days ago [-]

drchrono | Software Engineer | Mountain View | REMOTE, VISA,


drchrono is a medical platform for doctors and patients. We are crafting only the best mobile healthcare experience, with a focus on iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch and web. The driving force of our efforts is in changing the way people engage and experience healthcare through electronic health records.You would be part of an entrepreneurial, sharp, capable and curious team. Since our inception, we have attracted over 85,000 physicians, 5.5 million patients. So far we've booked 19 million patient appointments and processed 1.2 billion dollars in medical billing per year.

Were hiring Python/Django Devs! Take our healthcare hackerchallenge here!!


Steps to getting hired

Step 1: Take our Hackerchallenge

Step 2: Phone call with our People Operations Manager

Step 3: On-Site Healthcare Hackathon

Step 4: Join the team & change healthcare!!!

who_is_firing 1 day ago 0 replies      
As an FYI, I started a who is firing thread here: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=13528301

Please feel free to contribute if you know any companies involved in layoffs or want to find out who is conducting layoffs.

jzhen 13 hours ago 0 replies      
Thinknum | New York | Backend Engineer | On-site - Full-time | VISA | $90k-$140k + equity

=== Who We Are ===

Thinknum is a Fintech company that organizes the Internets commercial activity into data models. Thinknum provides real time granular data (e.g., the average discount for Michael Kors handbags vs Coach handbags across retailers). We have hundreds of clients across major financial institutions and corporations. We're a profitable company that is growing quickly.

=== Who We Are Looking For ===

We're looking for back-end engineers that can streamline our data collection process. You will design and implement systems that collect data from websites and make it available to our customers on our platform. Looking for engineers with experience in Python and Javascript and familiarity with the DOM and tools for parsing the DOM like Selenium and BeautifulSoup.

=== Interested? ===

Interested? Drop me a note at jzhen@thinknum.com

Learn more about us: https://www.thinknum.com/

Thanks, Justin

sl4yt1m3 1 day ago 0 replies      
Teachers Pay Teachers | Engineers, Product Managers, Product Designers | NYC (New York City) | Full-Time

Teachers Pay Teachers is a community of millions of educators who come together to share their work, their insights, and their inspiration with one another. We are the first and largest open marketplace where teachers share, sell, and buy original educational resources. Since we've started, authors on Teachers Pay Teachers have earned over $200M. Here's a bit more of the backstory (https://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/06/technology/a-sharing-econ...). Our engineering culture focuses on Fearless Development (http://engineering.teacherspayteachers.com/2015/10/11/the-fe...), curiosity, learning, and autonomy.

We're currently running our infrastructure on AWS with a combination of terraform and chef to manage our servers. The tiers of our application are built with AWS Aurora, Elixir, and React.

If you want to learn more about us, check us out on The Muse: https://www.themuse.com/companies/teacherspayteachers/.

I'd be happy to chat about positions over email at ryan.s@teacherspayteachers.com or check out our careers page (https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Careers).

danpat 1 day ago 0 replies      
Mapbox | ONSITE in Washington D.C. or Berlin, Germany | Systems Engineer - Directions | Full-Time | http://www.mapbox.com/

The Directions team at Mapbox is looking for someone to help grow our navigation platform infrastructure. We have a core group working on routing algorithms and traffic data analysis, and we need help growing the infrastructure that runs that code (we develop and make heavy use of http://project-osrm.org/).

We use nodejs and AWS services extensively for our infrastructure, so familiarity with those tools is a plus, but by no means a requirement. We like adaptable people who aren't afraid to learn new skills, and bring new perspectives to the table.

A bunch more details at: https://www.mapbox.com/jobs/553439/ or hit me up with any questions.

antoviaque 6 hours ago 0 replies      
REMOTE (Worldwide) - Open Source Developer on Open edX - Python/Django, Javascript (OpenCraft - Remote/worldwide company based in Berlin)

Development specialized on the free software project Open edX, used by many universities and companies to run online courses. See edx.org, stanford.edu or fun-mooc.fr for examples of Open edX instances. We are a team of ten senior developers, working remotely from Europe, North America, Asia, Russia & Australia. The company is not affiliated with edX, but contributing and working with them on various projects. This is a full time position, were you would be able to work remotely from where you want, as long as you have a good internet connexion. : )

It's a large Python/Django codebase, with good code standards and architecture (a lot of the edX engineers come from MIT). You would work on different clients contracts using the platform. The clients list/references include Harvard, edX themselves, the French government, and various startups & universities currently running their own instances, or looking to create one. Tasks are varied, from developing developing core platform features, custom exercises and tools for specific courses (XBlocks), customizing and deploying instances, working on both client/server sides, etc.

Most of your work is published as free software (Open edX is released under the AGPL license, which requires clients to release modifications under the same license), and you would also contribute to the free software project, pushing some of your developments upstream through pull requests, contributing features, documentation or help on mailing-lists.

Stack: Python/Django, Ansible, AWS/OpenStack, Debian/Ubuntu, JS, HTML/CSS, MySQL, MongoDB

Interview process: a 15 minutes (simple) coding exercise & a 30 minutes Hangout.

To apply, fill this form: http://opencraft.com/jobs/open-source-developer/

celrae 7 hours ago 0 replies      
ProPublica | Product Developer | New York, NY

We are seeking a talented, versatile full-stack developer to advance the functionality and design of our website and platform-level projects.

This is a new position at ProPublica. It will be at the epicenter of one of the most important and exciting news organizations in the country. Every day will be a chance to make a difference in an environment where smart engineering and thoughtful design are integral to the mission.

This position is responsible for collaborating directly with the business-side staff and newsroom leadership to improve our core site, implement new tools to support our expanding business operations, and find useful, delightful ways that technology can help us do our jobs better.


JonnyB_Amazon 1 day ago 0 replies      
Amazon | Edinburgh, UK | Full Stack Engineers - On-site Only | Relocation Assistance Available | Full Time | Visa Sponsorship available

Amazon development Centre (Scotland) is looking for experienced software developers with strong technical ability, a focus on the customer experience, great teamwork and communication skills, and a motivation to achieve results in a fast-paced environment.

Our development centre in Edinburgh is responsible for devising and growing innovations for Amazon around the world. Small teams of developers, designers and leaders run major parts of Amazons business, technology and operations. From interactive UI design to large-scale distributed systems and machine learning, we do whatever it takes to deliver great products and experiences for our customers.

Our work is characterised by high scale, complexity and the need for invention. We offer great opportunities to work on big data, machine learning and high-scale, low-latency distributed systems.We use a wide variety of languages including Java, Python, Ruby, and JavaScript; Open Source technologies including Linux, Ruby on Rails, and AngularJS; and we build on top of Amazons world-leading AWS platform.

For more information take a look at our microsite - http://www.amazondc.com

Feel free to get in touch with me contact details in my profile - if you are interested in having an informal chat about roles here.

(Please note, I only recruit for the Edinburgh Dev Centre, so cannot help you with other roles/locations)

gibybo 1 day ago 0 replies      
Atlas | Full Stack Developer | PHX, MSP, DC, NYC, SF | $90-130k + benefits | Full-time, REMOTE or ONSITE | http://atlas-x.com

Consumers get to use software they love, but most businesses are stuck using software they tolerate. We are changing that.

We dont know what the final product looks like, yet.

To find the answer, were going to the source, working with small clients, spending time understanding them. These projects have delivered tremendous value while allowing us to gain deep, exhaustive understanding.

We need talented full stack developers who have empathy for users and love making thoughtful and simple solutions to complex problems; developers who want to see their software used daily and witness a visible improvement in the daily lives of employees, families, and businesses.

Our favorite tools include Node, C#, Angular, Kendo, and React. If you have experience building all parts of modern webapps, value autonomy over routine, and are interested in helping us develop the next generation of software for small and medium businesses, wed love to hear from you.

80% Y/Y Growth. Profitable. Cash Positive. Currently Four Developers.

To get in touch: careers@atlas-x.com.

jisaacso 1 day ago 0 replies      
Quora | ML Engineer | Mountain View

ML, Python, C++, TensorFlow, Spark, Information Retrieval

We are looking for experienced Machine Learning engineers, ML infrastructure engineers and product infrastructure engineers to join our team. At Quora, we use Machine Learning in almost every part of the product - feed ranking, answer ranking, search, topic and user recommendations, spam detection etc. As a Machine Learning expert, you will have a unique opportunity to have high impact by advancing these systems, as well as uncovering new opportunities to apply Machine Learning to the Quora product. You will also play a key role in developing tools and abstractions that our other developers would build on top of.

Machine Learning Engineers: https://jobs.lever.co/quora/4ea5b0e2-b570-439f-a3a1-1f301042...

Software Engineer Product Infrastructure: https://jobs.lever.co/quora/37d396ed-a089-4cc2-a817-8ab65fb6...

Software Engineer ML Infrastructure: https://jobs.lever.co/quora/5ae871e6-12a7-40d2-829a-64041e24...

Please submit online at the link above and mention my HN user name. Or email "%sn@quora.com" % my_HN_user_name

gd832 1 day ago 0 replies      
David | San Francisco, CA | https://www.senddavid.com | Fulltime | Onsite

David is a San Francisco-based software startup that combines technology and legal research to help customers resolve disputes with their cable, internet, or wireless service provider. The $200+ billion legal industry is still stuck in the 20th century: paper-based, error-prone and slow. With rates averaging $300 / hour, only 15% of Americans with serious legal problems even seek the help of a lawyer. For everyday issues like bogus cable bills, fewer than 1 in 1,000,000 of us seek justice, even though monopolists like Comcast rank in the 0th percentile for customer satisfaction. Class actions used to provide the necessary scale to combat certain widespread frauds, but over the past 5 years, the Supreme Court has allowed businesses to eliminate them.The technical challenges are hard, ranging from automating the monitoring of corporate misconduct to crafting delightful user flows to building the leading database of outcomes in consumer disputes. In parallel with the software development, a team of Yale Law School alums conducts the deep research so that our users finally feel empowered, rather than intimidated, by the law.

We currently have a MVP (https://www.senddavid.com) and are looking for a Senior Engineer as a very early member of the team.

Position: Senior Engineer | Salary: $80-$125k | Equity: 1.0%-4.0% | https://angel.co/david-174/jobs/72943-engineer

Contact us via Angel List or talent@senddavid.com

jnaulty 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Job Description

We are looking for a devops engineer at one of our engineering locations: Mountain View (California, US), Raleigh (North Carolina, US), Antwerp (Belgium), Bratislava (Slovakia).

As part of the infra team, you work in coordination with the main office in California to :

- maintain the build system of the Nuage Virtualized Services platform, ensuring quality and consistency of the builds generated by our continuous integration system

- manage source code repositories and continuous integrationoverlook the test infrastructure, where we simulate most of the major cloud environments (VMware, KVM, Openstack, Cloudstack, Openshift, Kubernetes)

- maintain and develop the core infrastructure of Nuage engineering, provision and monitor servers, develop integration scripts written in Python and Bash, and keep the whole environment secure

- work with engineering leads to develop testing platforms and methodologies in new areas of the Nuage platform

Skills & Requirements

- good knowledge of systems administration and the Linux platform

- proficiency at Git and the Github pull request model

- experience in building software and continuous integration

- knowledge of network protocols, virtualization and virtual - packet switching is a plus

- good coding skills: Python, bash

- Ability to delve into pre-existing source code with little guidance and to switch context rapidly is paramount

- good communication skills, ability and willingness to assist people is key

Please e-mail: john.naulty at nuagenetworks.net

amymassey 1 day ago 0 replies      
Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard - Cambridge/Boston, MA - ONSITE

Do you want to help cure cancer? We are a motivated team of software engineers building scalable tools to analyze massive amounts of genomic data using cloud compute software to process 24TB of biological data daily... and that's just the beginning! We are co-developing products to advance science with Google, Amazon, Microsoft & Intel working directly with and alongside their engineers.

We are seeking software engineers to provide technical leadership on a few of our teams. We have a flat organizational structure with self-directed, agile teams.

We use Scala, Spark, Akka, React & Clojurescript. Experience in the tech stack or sciences not reqd. Roughly we're looking for someone with a solid CS background, at least a few years of experience, a genuine excitement to learn new stuff

Please email resumes or questions directly to Amy Massey - massey@broadinstitute.org or visit https://www.broadinstitute.org/careers

dlwh 1 day ago 0 replies      
Semantic Machines | Software Engineers and Machine Learning Engineers | Boston, MA and SF Bay Area, CA (Berkeley) | http://www.semanticmachines.com/careers/

Semantic Machines is developing technology to power the next generation of conversational artificial intelligence: AIs that you can actually have a conversation with. Think Google Assistant or Alexa or Siri, but without having to carefully craft commands like you're talking to a Bash shell.

Our team has built much of the core technology underlying Siri and Google Now, and our founders (including both the former Chief Speech Scientist for Siri and the head of UC Berkeley's Natural Language Processing group) have multiple >$100 million exits under their belt.

We're looking to hire a few talented software engineers and machine learning engineers to help build out technology, by expanding our core NLP infrastructure, data processing pipelines, neural net clusters, and backend services.

Experience with natural language processing systems is a plus, as is experience with the JVM (especially Scala), but we're mainly interested in passionate engineers who can learn quickly and work effectively in complex systems.

Please reach out to me directly or email info@semanticmachines.com. Thanks!

antgoldbloom 1 day ago 0 replies      
Kaggle | San Francisco | Full Time | ONSITE or REMOTE | Software Engineering

Technologies: C#; ASP.NET MVC; React; TypeScript; Docker; Azure.

You can read the job req and apply here: http://kaggle.applytojob.com/apply/GjSjOi/FullStack-Engineer...

Kaggle is best known as a platform for machine learning competitions. We have a community of over 800K data scientists. We're on track to grow past 1MM in the coming months. Now also building a sharing-and-collaboration platform (closest analogy is Github for data science: https://www.kaggle.com/kernels).

Three of our engineers have come via HN posts, so we take HN referrals very seriously.

montasaurus 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Blackcomb Software | San Francisco, CA | Full Time | ONSITE

Hey, my name's Adam and I'm looking for help creating the next generation of field service management software.We started inside an air conditioning company in Sarasota, FL building the software we needed to manage our growth. Today, the systems we developed are in use at the largest HVAC companies in the nation.

Our goal is to be the platform that every HVAC company loves to use and can't live without. At our core is the belief that we can achieve this through a deep understanding of what makes our user's lives simpler.

I'm looking for someone to lead the development of this platform. Here are some traits that define this person:

* Hungry to learn the details of an established and "old-fashioned" industry* Excited by the prospect of improving someone's quality of life through automation* Comfortable architecting and coding effective software solutions, actively participating in recruiting, and managing the same in others* Inspired to bring economic prosperity to hard-working people across the country

If that sounds like you, or you'd like to help in another role, I'd love to speak with you.

Our current stack includes Ruby on Rails, iOS / Swift, .NET / C#, Javascript/CSS/HTML, and React Native.


jaz46 1 day ago 0 replies      
Pachyderm -- San Francisco -- Onsite only -- jobs@pachyderm.io

Core distributed systems/infrastructure engineer (Golang, Docker, Kubernetes) -- experience with any systems language is fine even if you don't know Go yet.

Check out http://pachyderm.io/jobs.html to see all positions and more detailed descriptions.



What would data analytics infrastructure (namely Hadoop) look like if we rebuilt it from scratch today? We think it would be containerized, modular, and easy enough for a single person to use while still being scalable enough for a whole company. Tools like Docker and Kubernetes provide the perfect building blocks for us revolutionize data infrastructure!

Pachyderm is just 7 people right now, so you'd be getting in right at the ground floor and have an enormous impact on the success and direction of the company as well as building the rest of the engineering team.

Salaries start around $120k and go up from there based on experience. We also offer significant equity, full benefits, and all the usual startup perks. This position is based in SF.

caulagi 1 day ago 0 replies      
Oneflow AB (https://oneflow.com) | Frontend, Backend | Stockholm, Sweden | Full-time | Onsite | Relocation within EU

Our ambition is to redefine contract handling, fundamentally. Our vision is to lead the innovation and become the global market leader of digital contract handling. Contracts serve as the backbone of any company, whether you work in sales, procurement, human resources or legal. Oneflow ties up the whole contract handling process in one single application, and makes it easy and efficient for everyone involved.

We are looking for awesome frontend and backend engineers to join this journey and together solve interesting problems. Some of them you might have worked on - like moving to a container-based microservice architecture using orchestration. Others are more challenging. For example, allowing multiple clients to edit the same contract.

You will join a small team and have an impact on the technology choices and the solutions we build.

Backend - https://emp.jobylon.com/jobs/6237-oneflow-backend-developer/

Frontend - https://emp.jobylon.com/jobs/6550-oneflow-frontend-developer...

Do mention hackernews in your application for some brownie points :). Or I am happy to answer questions - pradip dot caulagi at oneflow dot com.

rkrebs 1 day ago 1 reply      
Google | Inside Sales/Customer Growth | SF Bay Area, Austin | ONSITE | Full-time

Come join Google Cloud!

We're a fast growing entrepreneurial team that works with Google Cloud's whole suite of products, ranging from Compute Engine to Container Engine, G Suite, ML API's and more.

Details/Apply: https://careers.google.com/jobs#!t=jo&jid=/google/cloud-insi...

evanjacobs 1 day ago 0 replies      
Alexa Smart Home | Software Development Engineer (all levels) | Seattle | ONSITE

We're focused on making Alexa the UI for the home and we're looking for engineers who want to help us in this mission. This is a unique opportunity to be an early member of a team whose work will have a big impact on customers. In order to achieve this mission, you'll get to build a wide variety of applications and services using a range of technologies.

Here are just a couple of the positions that I'm hiring for but please feel free to reach out to me (evan @ amazon . com) with any questions:



ahstilde 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Stockpile | Palo Alto, CA | Full-time | ONSITE

Stockpiles mission is to democratize stock ownership. We built our own fractional trading platform to break down the barriers to stock ownership and have partnered with Fortune 500 companies to make the stock market accessible to everyone in simple ways like a physical or digital gift card. Were also partnering with nonprofits to promote financial literacy and empowerment so anyone around the world, of any age or income level, can invest for their future.

We're backed by Sequoia Capital, Mayfield, and Ashton Kutcher.

Based in Palo Alto, CA, Stockpile's engineering team is growing fast, and we're hiring front-end, back-end, and full-stack devs. Our tech stack is a Java backend with Angular front-end and React Native for mobile. There's some NodeJS and Ruby sprinkled into the microservices, too. The team values work-life balance and camraderie. Perks of working at Stockpile include catered breakfast and lunch, great snacks, flexible leave, and an incredible insurance package.

View our open positions at https://jobs.lever.co/stockpile

You can apply through there, or email me (full-stack engineer) aakash(AT)stockpile.com

kdeorah 1 day ago 0 replies      
HyperTrack |San Francisco, CA | Developer Evangelist | Full-time, onsite | www.hypertrack.io | 3 openings

Developer evangelists at HyperTrack are responsible for inspiring developers to build location tracking features. They provide technical leadership and guidance to our users and partners through the lifecycle of their HyperTrack experience. Our users and partners are an extremely diverse group from the fastest growing, technology driven startups in the world today, to traditional enterprise customers who are transitioning to a more modern infrastructure, to entirely new businesses getting ready to launch.

At HyperTrack, we are building the location stack for the new economy. Our engineering team has IIT alumni, Silicon Valley returnees and engineers with decades of combined experience in building great consumer products globally. We are looking for stellar developers to join us. If you love building applications dealing with maps, geospatial data, transaction data, device sensors, consumer apps, data visualization, developer tools, elegant APIs, open source SDKs and cloud software, we want to hear from you. Please send your bio to knock.knock@hypertrack.io.

See more on this link https://www.hypertrack.io/career

majogu 1 day ago 2 replies      
FreeAgent, Edinburgh and REMOTE (UK-only)


At FreeAgent we help freelancers and micro-businesses be more successful by putting them in control of their company finances.

We have built an award-winning online accounting product that offers full end-to-end compliance, from time tracking to tax return filing. We're based in beautiful Edinburgh and we're growing from strength to strength with over 55,000 paying customers and strong YoY growth. Our NPS is off the charts (76!) - customers love what we do!

We're a growing team of over 115 people, and recently became a public company listed on AIM ($FREE.L). The majority of our team are based in Edinburgh but we have staff distributed across the UK. If you want to help us make small businesses awesome at doing their finances, we have great new opportunities in our product and engineering team. Our stack is currently Ruby/Rails, JavaScript, React.js, MySQL, RabbitMQ, Elasticsearch.

Here's a condensed list of current vacancies in our engineering organisation:

* Team Leads

* Full-stack engineers

* Data engineers

You can apply directly via the website https://www.freeagent.com/company/careers or feel free to get in touch with me (VP Engineering) directly: maria [at] freeagent [dot] com.

(We are looking for UK-based full-time staff only right now)

infomofo 1 day ago 0 replies      
Kit | Frontend Software Developer | New York, NY | ONSITE, Full time, https://kit.com

Come build an amazing experience that users will love. This is a rare opportunity to work with entrepreneurs with a solid track record on a very early stage product. If the following describes you, get in touch!

 * You are passionate about building and shipping a product that users love * You thrive on the challenge of how to build a new product experience from scratch * You care about finding and focusing on the right ideas collaboratively * You love working in teams and work great under pressure
Kit is a platform for product discovery. We are building a service that uses social discovery to recommend products across various categories. We are based in New York City and were recently named as one of Business Insider's Top 15 NYC startups to watch. As a part of Expa we sit in an amazing office in Soho, are surrounded and supported by smart & experienced teams, and get early access to cool new products.

Our small team is diverse, inclusive, and fun. It is not required that you identify with a particular gender, race, orientation, national origin, age range, hobby set or belief in order to be a member of team Kit.

We hail from some of the best companies out there including YouTube, Apple, Google, Gilt, and Foursquare. We even count a professional producer/DJ in our midst.

We are also hiring a designer. You can check out our job listings at https://kit.com/jobs to apply.

pixelvita 1 day ago 0 replies      
Misix | Full Stack Developer | Milwaukee, WI | Onsite | Full-time

Misix is a data-driven marketing firm building, maintaining and managing a variety of applications that lean heavily on all aspects of data-handling.

We are seeking a developer who: - appreciates standards but enjoys a blank canvas.- is comfortable with CLI, SQL queries and pure JavaScript, with interests in compilers. - quickly and intuitively understand systems, and is able to program in the large and small.- isn't afraid to ask for help and advice.- has a deep thirst for knowledge, and is a constant student.

Stuff we use:- Unix (Ubuntu, CentOS, macOS)- Nginx, Apache- PHP/MySQL/Node/Python- Docker

Skills and experience necessary for this role:- Pure JavaScript programming skills- Demonstrated HTML, SASS/CSS programming skills- Developing cross-browser and cross-platform compatible solutions- Demonstrated experience with SQL/MySQL is preferable- Demonstrated experience working with REST APIs to produce dynamic web pages

Bonus:- Appcelerator Titanium experience- Rust, R, Elixir, LISP experience

Contact:misix.io, misix.com

samroberton 1 day ago 2 replies      
ROKT | www.rokt.com | Sydney, Australia | ONSITE

Software Engineers (Clojure/ClojureScript)

ROKT is hiring thoughtful, talented functional programmers, at all levels, to expand our Clojure team in Sydney.

ROKT is a successful startup (~100 employees) with a transaction marketing platform used by some of the world's largest ecommerce sites. Our Sydney-based engineering team supports a business that is growing rapidly around the world. Our Clojure team is responsible for a variety of sites and services written in Clojure and ClojureScript.

If you have professional Clojure experience, great. What we're really looking for, though, is developers comfortable with a simple, functional style of writing code -- we'll happily bring you up to speed on Clojure if you're not there already.

Due to Australian visa requirements, unfortunately we're only able to consider candidates who already have the legal right to work in Australia, please.

Contact Claudio at claudio@rokt.com

daniellemswank 1 day ago 0 replies      
Planet | San Francisco, CA or Seattle, WA | Machine Learning Engineer (and other roles) | Full-time | Onsite

Planet's mission is to use space to help live on earth. Our goal is to image the whole world every day and make global change visible, accessible and actionable. We are currently seeking several experienced Machine Learning Engineers to help us figure out how our world changes every day.

Open positions:

* Lead Machine Learning Engineer: https://www.planet.com/company/careers/jobs/?gh_jid=553913

* Machine Learning Engineer: https://www.planet.com/company/careers/jobs/?gh_jid=510465

* Other roles: https://www.planet.com/company/careers/

Have questions and want to talk to a person? Email me at danielle@planet.com

pondruska 1 day ago 1 reply      
Blue Vision Labs | London, United Kingdom | Onsite | Full-time, Internships | http://www.bluevisionlabs.com/

Blue Vision Labs is a stealth startup working on a new transformative technology for self-driving cars, augmented reality and robotics. Founded in a Y-Combinator Fellowship and backed by Accel (Facebook, Dropbox, etc.) with Horizons Ventures (DeepMind, Siri, etc.), our mission is to revolutionize the future of intelligent machines.

Our team consists of a mix of PhDs from top universities, hackers, finalists of programming competitions and accomplished entrepreneurs. We have a full range of benefits, a friendly and dynamic atmosphere where everyone can learn, grow and contribute to impactful solutions.We are looking for talented people to join our team in the following positions:

- Software engineers (full-stack, cloud, AWS, distributed computing)

- Research scientists (machine learning, computer vision, SLAM systems)

- Robotics engineers (sensors, signal processing, calibration)

Please apply at careers [@] bluevisionlabs.com

constexpr 1 day ago 1 reply      
San Francisco; Full Time; Onsite

I'm the cofounder of Figma (https://www.figma.com), a startup in San Francisco building a browser-based collaborative design tool to improve the way designers and developers work together. We're a small team (~25) and we're looking for talented engineers (https://www.figma.com/careers) who are interested in tackling hard technical problems with smart people and building a product that startups will rely on.

If you want to see what we value, you might find these interesting:

- First principles thinking: https://medium.com/figma-design/introducing-vector-networks-...

- Pushing the web to the limit: https://medium.com/figma-design/building-a-professional-desi...

Upcoming/ongoing projects:

- Develop a plugin ecosystem from the ground up

- Build a community of design content and tools from scratch

- Cross-document shared symbols

- Multiplayer editing infrastructure (realtime simultaneous editing)

Our tech stack: C++, Emscripten, Node, TypeScript, React, WebGL, Ruby, Sinatra

If you're interested in learning more about what we're working on or want to meet up to talk about any of my other projects (http://madebyevan.com/), you can email me at wallace@figma.com.

datahipster 1 day ago 0 replies      
Airbnb.com | Portland, Oregon | Front-End Engineer | Full-time | Onsite

Hello! Airbnb is looking for a front-end engineer to join its growing Service Excellence team in Portland, Oregon. We are building world-class tools for our global team of Customer Experience and Trust and Safety agents to ensure our guests and hosts have a great experience on Airbnb, 24/7, and 365 days a year.

Working closely with designers, we implement the user interface of our web app. We build libraries and abstractions to make our lives easier, such as DLS, our front-end toolkit. We make the most of modern tools like React, ES6, and Redux, and even our next-generation mobile apps are built with JavaScript on React Native.

Please feel free to apply online at https://www.airbnb.com/careers/departments/position/572443 or contact us at join-sx@airbnb.com if you have any questions.

bluefoxio 3 hours ago 1 reply      
Bluefox.io | DevOps Engineer | Sunnyvale, CA | Full-Time | Onsite

Bluefox has an opening for a Sr. DevOps Engineer to join our lively team. We're a bunch of very highly driven individuals with a touch of humor guaranteed to give you chuckle everyday without fail.

Our Solution:Without having to download an app, opt-in or login, BlueFox helps businesses and brands sell more and engage with customers in any location, and in a privacy-friendly way. We have won and are winning prestigious awards and our customers are among the most known brands in the world.

Key Qualification:Create and maintain software to monitor and improve all aspects of mission-critical software Help design highly scalable, available & secure systems. Use and create tools to monitor latency and availability of services. Participate in a follow-the-sun model to perform regular on-call duties. Analyze existing system capacity and perform system tuning. Be responsible for maintaining continuous deployment and continuous integration systems.

Our full job description:https://angel.co/bluefox/jobs/206671-senior-devops-engineer

njay 1 day ago 1 reply      
Hipmunk | San Francisco | ONSITELooking for Site Reliability, Full-Stack, and Machine Learning engineers.


Travel is a huge industry and we're shaking it up. We consistently lead the pack in every measure of customer love (net promoter scores, app store ratings, etc) because delightful customer experiences in travel are why we exist. We value the same high standards in our code and people. We value learning and growth (and not having bored people) and invest regular time in doing so. For example, every quarter we have one week of open time for you to spend becoming a better engineer. Our stack is built on PostgreSQL, Redis, Python, nginx, HBase, Coffeescript, React/Redux, ES6, Swift, and a few more things.

We hire diverse, well-rounded, communicative people we can envision being friends with and trusting. Our projects tend to be 1-2 engineers max so trust and accountability is required for us to work. Also helps us keep processes & overhead low. We appreciate that we've built a reasonably-sized, high-powered team so far (55 employees incl. 30 engineers) and are always striving to be the best place to work for them. We're looking for folks that love all of the above and will help us keep our standards high.

You can go to www.hipmunk.com/jobs if you're interested!

gdeglin 1 day ago 0 replies      
OneSignal | Backend Developer (Rails, Rust) | Mountain View, CA | Onsite. Full-Time. $110-150 + Equity | https://www.onesignal.com

OneSignal is a startup running the most widely used Push Notification service in the world. We work with top clients including IAC, ProductHunt, TomsHardware, Line, and many, many more.

We're a company built by developers, for developers. We believe in shared ownership, continuous integration, multiple daily releases, code review, zero downtime deployment, and doing everything we can to improve the lives of the developers that use our product.

We also happen to run one of the largest production Rust applications in the world. You can read about it here: https://onesignal.com/blog/rust-at-onesignal

If you haven't used Rust we'll help you get up to speed.

The rest of our stack includes Ruby, Rails, Rspec, Javascript ES6, PostgreSQL, Redis, and React.

Other openings:

* Full Stack Developer $110-$150 + Equity

* Mobile Developer $110-$150 + Equity

* Support Engineer $75-$85 + Equity

Learn more and apply at https://jobs.onesignal.com

passive 1 day ago 1 reply      
Insight Catastrophe Group | https://www.icg360.com/ | Quality Engineer | REMOTE preferred | full-time

Insight's vision is to innovate and modernize property insurance solutions through technology, risk management and consulting from industry experts. Insight uses sophisticated modeling to deliver value to clients and policyholders nationwide.

We have a mostly-remote software organization, developing a RESTful web-services platform the supports HTML and Flash (for now) front ends. We are looking to add an engineer to our QA team, focused primarily on automation of tests against our HTML interfaces. There's a lot of low-hanging fruit here right now, we just don't have the resources to pick it yet.

Our ideal candidate has some experience with Selenium and testing, but is hungry to learn more about the best way to produce and maintain high-quality software.

If this interests you, send me a note: alec<dot>munro<at>icg360<dot>com

meta_AU 1 day ago 1 reply      
Geli | Melbourne, Australia ONSITE | Senior Developers and a QA Lead | Renewable energy

We're a growing Series-A funded company with 30+ employees headquartered in San Francisco, California with a growing office in Melbourne, Australia looking for a outstanding engineers fluent in technology that share our vision of a world running on 100% renewable energy. Geli provides software and business solutions to design, connect, and operate energy storage and microgrid systems ranging in size from residential to utility-scale, as well as grid-tied, microgrid, and off-grid systems.

We have a number of positions open and we have some carefully crafted position descriptions at the link below. More generally, we are looking for well seasoned developers to add to our analytics team and our production team with experience in Java and/or Python.

Apply at http://www.geli.net/about/careers/ or feel free to contact me directly at: ben.harris[~at~]geli.net. Our interview process is typically a quick phone screen followed by an onsite interview. We then conduct any follow up questions, a reference check and then move to offer stage.

ErinSlack 1 day ago 2 replies      
Oscar Insurance is a startup using technology, data & design to change the way people find and access care. We are disrupting the healthcare industry by putting people first, not business and cost. www.hioscar.comWe're currently hiring for a variety of Full-time/Onsite roles here in our New York City location.

Site Reliability Engineer (NYC) https://www.hioscar.com/about/jobs/13255?gh_jid=13255Security Engineer: (NYC) https://www.hioscar.com/jobs/?gh_jid=483542Software Engineer: Web & Mobile (NYC) https://www.hioscar.com/about/jobs/?gh_jid=247940Software Engineer: Data/Systems (NYC) https://www.hioscar.com/about/jobs/?gh_jid=248056Software Engineer: New Grad (NYC) https://www.hioscar.com/about/jobs/?gh_jid=261348Software Engineer: Internship Summer 2017 (NYC) https://www.hioscar.com/about/jobs/?gh_jid=268766Software Engineer: SWAT (NYC) https://www.hioscar.com/about/jobs/?gh_jid=261602Software Engineer: Product Infrastructure (NYC) https://www.hioscar.com/about/jobs/?gh_jid=240077

Oscar was valued at $2.7 billion following a $400 million investment by Fidelity.Take a look at how we're simplifying healthcare: http://incredibleinsurancemachine.com

gxespino 1 day ago 0 replies      
Excella | Arlington, VA & Washington, D.C. | Full-time, ONSITE | https://www.excella.com/

We're a small-mid sized consulting company (~200 people) with a small company feel. Founders really invest in personal development, have weekly if not monthly happy hours, summer and winter weekend getaways, and the ability to WFH when necessary. Also, the projects are pretty engaging and there's hardly a dull moment. I'm on a small team working to revamp the entire US Immigration portal - high visibility, and direct impact on millions of lives. The White House has estimated that we'll make a 'direct impact on at least a million lives this year alone. If you don't like were immigration is going in this country, here's your chance to be on the front lines working to solve immigration issues.

We are hiring for a wide range of positions in software development. Looking mainly for Ruby, Rails, JavaScript, React/Redux, Python, .NET, and mobile engineers for a variety of experience levels. However, we have more demand for experienced engineers than junior engineers. Also always looking for DevOps personnel. Please reach out to me or someone in HR if this interests you. My email is glenn[dot]espinosa[at]excella[dot]com.

greattypo 1 day ago 0 replies      
Clever (YC S12) - San Francisco - onsite

Right now the market for educational software is a mess. Its incredibly difficult for developers to get their products into schools, and its even harder for them to scale. School districts spend tons of money on learning applications, but they have no way of knowing if students are even using the apps theyre purchasing. Teachers know theres great software out there, but relatively simple challenges like getting 30 students logged in at once make using it impossible.

At Clever, were working to change all that. We provide schools with a free API and single sign-on solution that makes using educational apps a breeze. Weve grown fast: after four years, half of all schools in the US (68,000 schools) are using our platform. Our goals are much bigger than that, though. We want to be two things:

-a single place where schools can easily integrate, manage and analyze all the software theyre using, and

-a single identity that students can use to see everything theyve learned across multiple apps.

Were a team of just over 100 (40 engineers) based in downtown SF, and were looking for engineers who enjoy working in (or would enjoy learning) Golang, Node and React. More generally, we want people who are sharp, adaptable, and passionate about improving the way education works for everyone.

Check us out at https://clever.com/about/jobs, or check out one of our product releases here: https://clever.com/products/badges

dazbradbury 1 day ago 1 reply      
OpenRent | London, UK | Full-Time | ONSITE | https://www.openrent.co.uk

OpenRent is the way people rent property online - a force for good in an industry tarnished by rip-off agencies. Enabled by an unrelenting focus on technology, we now let more properties than any high-street agency in the UK. In the last 12m we let over 9.5bn worth of property, without charging any admin fees to tenants.

We're hiring into a team of 10 people, looking for generalists, thought-leaders, and those with a passion for solving real-world problems.

You'll be working in a close-knit team, directly with the founders, and have full autonomy to work on, and how best, to solve the biggest problems in the industry. We find problems and improve customer experiences via code every day.

- Senior Front-End Developer | 30k - 75k (negotiable based on experience) | up to 0.5% equity | https://angel.co/openrent/jobs/143011-front-end-developer

- Jobs Page: https://angel.co/openrent/jobs

Press Coverage:- https://angel.co/openrent/activity

Contact via AngelList or email in profile.

Look forward to meeting you!

hazz 1 day ago 0 replies      
GoCardless (YC S11) | London | DevOps, Data, Backend and Frontend Engineers | Onsite | Full-time | Visa

GoCardless is building a payments network for the internet. Since 2011 we've been focused on simplifying Direct Debit for small and medium companies (who previously had no access to it) and we're now expanding to serve the largest companies (think newspapers, utilities) and connect with existing payment systems in countries all over the world. We already support the UK and Europe and are aiming to expand to more countries over the next year.

As an engineering team at GoCardless we care most about stable, reliable, understandable code. We rely on testing and code review and a culture of frequent constructive feedback. We define and manage our own roadmap and run projects in whatever way works best for us.

Our stack: Rails, Angular, Postgres, Elasticsearch, Docker, Chef.We also have a bit of Go and Python knocking around.

We love learning new things and contributing back to the community. We open source everything we can[1] and regularly host meetups and hackathons at our wheelchair-accessable office in Angel. We have a weekly bookclub within the team and give internal (and external) talks about things that interest us.

Interview process: an intro call, one coding challenge, then a couple of onsite interviews (pair programming and some chats - no whiteboards!)

For more info and to apply: https://gocardless.com/jobs.If you've got any questions, drop me an email (it's in my profile).

[1] Notable examples are Statesman (https://github.com/gocardless/statesman) and Coach (https://github.com/gocardless/coach)

weitingliu 1 day ago 0 replies      
Codementor | Senior Front-end & Back-end Engineers | Anywhere | REMOTE, https://www.codementor.io

Codementor (https://www.codementor.io) is a live help platform connecting developers to experts via screen sharing, video and chat. We have over 5000+ vetted expert developers, including book authors, top Stack Overflow answerers, popular open source contributors, and engineers at top tech companies. Codementor is more than just mentoring. We also have a new platform CodementorX where we connect top freelance developers to interesting remote opportunities. Were currently looking for more remote developers for client projects on our platform in the following areas: - React / Redux - AngularJS - JavaScript - Ionic - Android - Python - Ruby on Rails - Node.js - Objective-C - iOS Swift - Ember.js - and more

This is a remote opportunity. Were looking for both full-time & part-time contractors.

To apply please visit: http://codemntr.io/2fYhmMQ

jcnhvnhck 1 day ago 0 replies      
SimplyCredit, Inc., | FT Clojure or Scala Engineers | SF or Remote (in US only) | www.simplycreditinc.com

We are looking for talented Clojure and Scala engineers eager for a defining role in building a company. As an early employee you will be responsible for architecting and building key aspects of our platform, work autonomously guiding the technologies we use and create, and help develop our company and engineering culture. Youll work directly with the founders who have deep experience in consumer lending, data science and business development from their work at companies FICO and Kaggle.


Build RESTful APIs that will power the user-facing website and mobile apps * Write secure code and ensure the privacy and safety of sensitive user information * Interface with financial system APIs such as the credit bureaus and payment systems * Architect the backend to allow for sophisticated deployment of machine learning algorithms and data science * Design and build the data warehousing infrastructure * Define key workflow infrastructure including automated testing, continuous integration, and continuous deployments * Experience with PCI compliance, payment systems or other banking applications is a plus * Language/stack experience in Scala or Clojure * At least 4 years of experience with web applications * Experience building consumer products

If youre itching to get in on the ground floor of building a new product and company, then wed love to hear from you! Send an email with your resume to jobs@simplycreditinc.com and let us know why you would be a good fit at SimplyCredit.

About SimplyCreditAt SimplyCredit, our mission is to redefine consumer lending as it is known today. We believe in doing right by the consumer: no fees, no penalties, no gotchas or fine print. We want to bring sanity back to lending and ensure that consumers get the value and service they deserve. Using advanced technologies we are creating credit and lending innovations in line with these values, all delivered through seamless customer experience.

Holo-hiring 1 day ago 0 replies      
Hologram | Chicago, IL | Full-time | http://boards.greenhouse.io/hologram

Our mission is to build the platform for creating connected products by tackling some of the hardest challenges at the intersections of hardware, connectivity, and software.

At Hologram, we believe in you and your immediate squad members to know what's best for our platform and enable you to make immediate customer-impacting decisions. You can see this in how we develop products and processes: Hologram pushes decision-making out to the edges of the organization to reduce management overhead and increase speed to market.

We have a number of open positions and would love to hear from you!

+ Embedded Systems Engineer: http://boards.greenhouse.io/hologram/jobs/561434*Remote Available

+ Full Stack Cloud Engineer: http://boards.greenhouse.io/hologram/jobs/562395

+ Full Stack Engineer: http://boards.greenhouse.io/hologram/jobs/562369

+ Customer Success Engineer: http://boards.greenhouse.io/hologram/jobs/541597

+ Product Designer: http://boards.greenhouse.io/hologram/jobs/580826

For any questions, feel free to email me directly at derrick@hologram.io

deet 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Init.ai | New York (NYC), San Francisco (SF) | Full-Time

Init.ai is a platform for conversational understanding. We handle integration with messaging services, natural language processing, and business logic, including integration with third-party APIs.

Our technology provides the ability to automate conversations, assist agents, and analyze conversations between two or more parties. Our initial customers range from independent developers to Fortune 500 corporations.

Machine learning engineer

* This role is part research, part engineering. We want to push the boundaries of the NLP field while actively deploying those findings into the world

* Research, develop, extend, and productize our NLP and machine learning systems, based on cutting edge techniques

* Would be responsible for developing and improving models and systems, as well helping to deploy the models in a scalable and efficient manner

* Should have advanced degree or experience in commercial machine learning development. Expertise in language processing is specifically valued.

* Must be capable of both independent and collaborative work in a small team, fast moving environment.

* Potential to publish significant findings if developed

Email jobs@init.ai if interested.

stunder 1 day ago 0 replies      
Hart | Orange County, CA | ONSITE | https://hart.comHello, its Eric (eric@hart.com) from Hart. Happy first of the month. I come in here every month and post the jobs we are looking for. Right now we are looking for several open positions. We look for highly talented technical enterprise level engineers and staff to meet the requirements of our partners in the healthcare world. We keep things very casual around the office, with our own professional chef, drinks, and snacks, your own custom workspace, insurance packages, 401K perks that cant be touch, and I cant even list all the perks here. Anyways this month we are looking for the following positions.SCALA Data Engineers!!! - http://grnh.se/mj6wpb we cant wait to talk to you if Scala is the game you are playingNode.JS Engineer - http://grnh.se/3fujn5 We love the Node people in the community. If you want to join a crew of your Node Brothers and Sisters to push this incredible product stack into the healthcare industry then this job is for you.FrontEnd - http://grnh.se/7sf5ha1 If you have React skills its a plus :DSoftware Engineer in Test (SDET) - http://grnh.se/qc3ms11 I have to admit I hang out with these guys a bunch and beat them in video games a lot. If you can please come here and give me some competition that would be outstanding.
numlocked 1 day ago 1 reply      
Grove Collaborative | Jr. Software Engineer | SF, CA | www.grove.co

Grove is hiring! We're looking for a full-stack web developer with 1-3years of experience to join our engineering team of 4 (two here in SF,and two in Europe), and our company of about 25. You'll work to buildfeatures that drive revenue, grow our customer base, and create toolsour marketing team didn't even know they needed, to help them scaletheir efforts across channels.

We're an ecommerce company that prides itself on being able to adapt to customer and market needs in near-real-time; if we see a business opportunity, we grab it.

You like solving real problems, and seeing your code live on the web. You know to think clearly about tradeoffs. You know to ask why and are the person who discovers that, when someone is asking for a shovel, maybe they really need a hole.

We primarily speak Python (with Django) and ES6 JavaScript. If you know that stuff already, great. If you know comparable languages and frameworks, that's fine too.

We write tests, contribute to open source (see github.com/groveco/),practice continuous integration & deployment, and focuson shipping working software with measurable outcomes. Our office is abeautiful, sunlit space on Union Street in Cow Hollow, with 2 officedogs.

$80,000 - $100,000 + equity & full benefits

snaza 4 hours ago 0 replies      
CJ Affiliate by Conversant | https://engineering.cj.com | https://github.com/cjdev | Full Stack | Full-Time | Westlake Village (Los Angeles), CA | Onsite

CJ Affiliate is the market leader in affiliate marketing. We're looking for senior and associate software engineers with Haskell, JavaScript, and Scala or Java experience.

* We value TDD, pair programming, automation, and agile practices

* Our codebase is ready to be deployed at any time

* Functional programming: Scala, Haskell, Clojure, JavaScript, etc. are big here.

* We believe that sustainable development of great products can only be accomplished by continually refining and applying the craft of writing clean code, all in the context of small co-located, product-focused teams.

Apply Online: https://engineering.cj.com/join or on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/search?f_C=5679&f_L=us:0&f_F=e...

dm03514 1 day ago 0 replies      
SimpleReach | Senior/Lead Rails Engineer | NYC | ONSITE | $120-160k + equity


I'm a backend engineer there for almost 3 months now. Tight knit team, tons of leadership opportunity, overall great place to work with lots of opportunity for an individual to guide the direction of the engineering! My interview process consisted of:

 - phone screening ~30 minutes - tech screening with CTO ~45 minutes - tech/culture screening with engineering manager ~ 60 minutes - onsite technical interview with Lead Engineer, Chief Architect, non-technical with VP of Engineering ~ 4 hours

sshumaker 1 day ago 0 replies      
Credit Karma | San Francisco, Los Angeles, Charlotte | Full Time, Onsite | https://creditkarma.com

Credit Karma's mission is to make financial progress possible for everyone. We have over 60 million US members and are a true mission-oriented business, a rare case where our incentives are aligned with our users - we succeed by helping our members attain financial progress.

We've been growing rapidly over the past few years (hypergrowth) and are hiring across a wide range of positions. On the backend side, we are moving to Scala-based microservices using finagle and Thrift, and as well as GraphQL on node.js. Our native iOS and Android apps are #1 in finance (with a 5 star rating on the App Store) and we're rebuilding our website in React + Redux. Our data teams use Kafka, Spark and BigQuery among other technologies.

If you're motivated by growth and impact Credit Karma is probably the best place to work in tech today. We have solved product / market fit and distribution, but compared to our peer unicorns there is still so much work to do. If you look at the gap between our product today and what we are well-positioned to become - the main touchpoint for consumer finance - there is tons of opportunity for people joining now to take on responsibility and ownership and have a meaningful impact.

Feel free to reach out to me personally (scott.shumaker at creditkarma dot com) or visit: https://www.creditkarma.com/careers

bennettweb 13 hours ago 1 reply      
Alfresco | Java Software Engineers | Maidenhead, UK | ONSITE

We're an open source company building a platform to help businesses become more efficient through content and process services. The majority of our engineers are based in Maidenhead, UK, about 25 mins outside London by direct train.

We're looking for Java Software Engineers to join our team, and help us build the next generation content platform. Our main technology stack is core Java, Spring, JavaScript, and Angular, with a growing use of Docker and AWS.

Details about the role can be found here: https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/Alfresco/104324578-software...

And details about the company can be found here: https://www.alfresco.com/

_neilandr 7 hours ago 0 replies      
EventMAP | Engineer | Belfast, Northern Ireland | ONSITE

EventMAP (https://www.eventmapsolutions.com/) builds optimisation and scheduling platforms based on cutting-edge research. Were quietly starting a revolution in resource management and planning in the higher education sector and the wider business world delivering analysis and tools to help large organisations become fitter and faster. We provide unique tools to a very big potential market and, with a growth plan thats right on track, wed like to expand our development team.

Were currently looking for engineers who thrive on pushing boundaries and producing innovative work within an intellectually stimulating environment.

Some tech we use: C# | ASP.NET MvC/WebApi | Entity Framework | MS-SQL Server | JavaScript | React | Backbone | Angular.

Join us by applying at jobs [at] eventmapsolutions.com.

Feel free to reach out to me at neilandrews [at] eventmapsolutions.com with any questions!

Flammy 1 day ago 0 replies      
Appuri, Seattle WA, http://www.appuri.com/

What we do: Appuri helps online businesses understand, diagnose and reduce customer churn. We provide a beautiful, end-to-end solution that makes it easy for our customers to tackle churn. By removing the need to hire data scientists or data engineers, we offer a very compelling price point. Very few products can bring Big Data and Machine Learning at the scale and price point with the results we offer. We serve both B2B and B2C customers, with strong success in both spaces.

Our go-to-market solution is backed by a world-class ETL pipeline and data platform that makes onboarding, insight-generation and integration with corporate business processes many times faster than competitors or do-it-yourself alternatives. This platform is also a solid foundation for us to build future solutions.

Who were looking for currently:

Senior Solutions Engineer (Seattle, Full Time, ONSITE, $100k-140k and 0.1% - 0.3% stock options comp) which is our term for solutions architect, implementation engineer, forward deployment engineer. If youre familiar with python and SQL you can apply from our AngelList listing https://angel.co/appuri/jobs/75799-senior-solutions-engineer

k_donald 17 hours ago 3 replies      
Bloomberg | NYC & LONDON ONSITE | C++ Opportunities

At Bloomberg our technology doesnt just inform the markets, it drives them. The Trading & Analytics team is building industry-leading trading platforms and real time analytics applications to keep our clients ahead of the competition.

C++ is our weapon of choice and we're looking for skilled engineers passionate about making an impact to join us. Full job description here: https://careers.bloomberg.com/job/detail/50222

As engineers, our environment is friendly and collaborative, and there are always opportunities here to use new technologies, learn about finance, and get exposure to other areas of the business. We have opportunities in NYC & London - email me your resume @ kdonald1@bloomberg.com (put hackernews in the subject line) and I will do my best to help you find a job here that matches your skillset and interests. If you're fresh out of school, please apply here: https://careers.bloomberg.com/job/detail/56444

pdevine 1 day ago 0 replies      
TaskRabbit | Staff Ruby Engineer | San Francisco | Onsite | Visa considered | https://tr.co/

Each day brings more chores and less time to accomplish them. Whether someone needs a handyman, house cleaner, mover or delivery person, TaskRabbit delights clients by matching the right skilled person in minutes. On the other side of the marketplace we help our Taskers earn a living by setting their own prices, defining their working hours, and give them control to help people when and how they want in the most supportive marketplace.

As a Staff Engineer you'd be one of the leaders of the team, helping to mentor junior engineers, propose creative solutions, and detangle the complex into the simple. This role will be primarily responsible for driving the backend development. You'll work alongside our Chief Architect to have a full vision of the system working to build a robust platform that's clearly organized and easy to maintain. We believe strongly in test-driven development, code reviews, and collaboration. It's expected that you'd be a main reviewer helping to grow the skills of the more junior engineers, along the way hopefully you'll learn a thing or two during the reviews as well. You'll also spend significant time writing code and building features; and we're looking for someone who will be as excited to learn engineering insights from us as they are to teach us the gems of wisdom they've learned along the way.


spwestwood 1 day ago 0 replies      
OpenSignal | https://opensignal.com/ | Angel, London | ONSITE

Our mission is to become the global authority on wireless networks; our Wifi and mobile signal crowdsourcing apps have been downloaded over 20 million times, our public reports reach a wide audience and our OpenSignal Insights are purchased by key players in the telco industry. We gather, process and visualize terabytes of data, providing insight into mobile networks to the public and our clients.

We are currently hiring across the tech team. We are looking for a data engineer, data analyst, backend developer, devops engineer, and a product manager. For more details on the roles please see and apply using the links below. Email us at join@opensignal.com if you have any questions!

Back-end Developer: https://opensignal-limited.workable.com/jobs/313810

Data Analyst: https://opensignal-limited.workable.com/jobs/296676

Data Engineer: https://opensignal-limited.workable.com/jobs/412944

Senior DevOps Engineer: https://opensignal-limited.workable.com/jobs/383368

Product Manager: https://opensignal-limited.workable.com/jobs/318623

tapad 1 day ago 0 replies      
Tapad | Unify Life Across Devices | Onsite: New York, NY or Onsite: Oslo, Norway | $100K - $160K/YR + Bonus

Unify Life Across Devices

Tapad is the leader in cross-device content delivery. Our groundbreaking, proprietary technology assimilates billions of data points to find the human relationship between smartphones, desktops, laptops, tablets, connected TVs and game consoles. The result: an unprecedented understanding of consumer behavior across related screens and the ability to reach the right people on the right device at the right time. With Tapad, publishers and advertisers can deepen consumer engagement with a more fluid experience while increasing campaign cost-effectiveness.

Data Engineer (NYC): http://grnh.se/ajq78c1

Data Scientist (NYC): http://grnh.se/f4oxqe1

Infrastructure Engineer (NYC): http://grnh.se/7xursi1

Senior Software Engineer (NYC): http://grnh.se/it2sn31

Senior Software Engineer (Oslo): http://grnh.se/2gfab11

Head of Engineering (Oslo): http://grnh.se/5l10w71

Our Stack: Scala, Finagle, Kafka, Aerospike, Cassandra, Redis, Zookeeper, Hadoop, Scalding, Spark, Mesos, Docker, and much more...

jgspotify 1 day ago 0 replies      
Spotify | Security Engineer | NYC onsite (relocation available)

The Spotify Security team is looking for talented guys and gals to join our group based in NYC.We do a wide variety of things, from reviewing our cryptography to incident response to appsec, so you'll do great if you're a generalist, but it wouldn't hurt to have a concentration. You'll be working closely with other engineering teams helping them solve security problems at scale, and innovating on security platforms and tools.

You'll work in our NYC office (http://www.businessinsider.com/spotify-office-tour-2016-7) in the Chelsea neighborhood, our second largest engineering hub. We can relocate from anywhere in the US and in some cases from anywhere in the world.

We're looking to hire Security Engineers and Staff Security Engineers: https://www.spotify.com/us/jobs/view/oJqy1fws/https://www.spotify.com/us/jobs/view/oKCs4fwC/

meredydd 1 day ago 0 replies      
MQA | Software Engineers | Huntingdon (near Cambridge), UK | Onsite, Visa, http://mqa.co.uk

We are looking for software engineers to help us roll out the next generation of music distribution. We're still small (7 full-time engineers and a few contractors, ~20 total), and the music recording and hi-fi industries are already beating a path to our door, so we need all-rounders to keep up. If you like the idea of hacking on our (C++) encoder/decoder, learning assembly for a new instruction set to optimise porting to a new hardware platform, then spending the next week helping us analyse, process and revitalise the back catalogs of the world's top record labels...we want to hear from you. DSP experience not required (although obviously it's nice!).

MQA has developed a music encoding and delivery system whose quality blows basically anything commercially available out of the water. (Think it's impossible to improve on CD? So did a lot of people. If you want to help out with the peer-reviewed double-blind studies that proved them wrong, here's the place to do it.) MQA is an end-to-end system, that ensures precise transmission of the analog signal from the mastering desk to the listener's ears. We've signed with household-name record labels, artists and hi-fi manufacturers, we've got music-industry luminaries working here (they're remarkably nice), and it's only getting bigger from here. We're a friendly, international team that values initiative and getting things done, and we're looking forward to meeting you. Interviews are a phone screen then on-site with the team.

Email: jobs [at] mqa.co.uk

aprioni 17 hours ago 0 replies      
Measurence | Junior Python Developer, Frontend/Full-Stack web developer, Marketing Manager | NY, Milan (Italy) | Full time, remote


Our vision

90% of the economy lives offline but we know very little of what happens there. Our vision is to quantify and understand the physical world around us to improve business decision making.

We analyze people behavior in physical spaces by collecting millions of data points with our simple, plug&play WiFi sensor and we build algorithms that delivers actionable analytics from the physical world.


Who we are

We are a remote first company committed to creating a strong culture based on the values we live by: Transparency, Honesty, Autonomy, Curiosity, Commitment, Approachability, Creativity, Collaborativity, Frugality, Ownership, Focus.

We believe that while implementation experience is essential, enthusiasm and interest can trump experience: we are willing to take a chance on someone who wants to step up!

We're still young but we've just closed a $1mln seed round that we will use to grow faster and we have been selected for prestigious acceleration programs like Cisco EIR in SJ, Acceleprise SF and EU IMPACT.


What we are looking for:

- a frontend developer: Javascript, React- a junior Python developer for our data science team: math background, knowledge or willingness to learn statistics- a marketing manager: B2B, PR, inbound marketing


If this sounds interesting and our culture resonates with yours, we'd love to talk to you => email me at aprioni@measurence.com

gkop 1 day ago 0 replies      
Binti | San Francisco, CA | Software Engineer | Full-time, onsite, will transfer H-1B | $100K $140K, 0.25% 1.0%

Binti makes software for foster care and adoption agency staff to improve their daily workflow so they can make better-informed decisions and spend more of their time actually helping people. Our mission is to find a safe, loving, and stable family for every child.

Binti's software is used by private adoption agencies in 30 states. We're in the midst of expanding into serving government foster care agencies and are close to reaching two-thirds of the foster care families in the state of California.

We have sustainable revenue, fanatical customers, and ample seed funding from top investors like First Round, Kapor, and Lowercase. We work together in SF and are growing rapidly.

Binti's main SaaS web product is a conventional monolithic Rails/Postgres app that delivers value in heaps and heaps, and remains super fun to hack on. We're building the monolith up higher and higher, and looking forward to soon chipping off a service or two (perhaps in Elixir?). Some of the areas in which we are especially seeking to round out our engineering team include devops, security, and compliance (we're seeking a full-stack engineer interested in contributing in these areas early on - whether or not you are already an expert). We're using Kubernetes/Google Cloud.


Also we will be posting a couple of non-technical/quasi-technical roles shortly, please keep an eye on https://binti.com/binti-careers/ .

peatmoss 1 day ago 1 reply      
Socrata | Variety of front-end & back-end engineering, product managers, program managers, sales tech and non-tech, accountant | Seattle and Washington DC


We do civic data. If you've ever been to data.[foo].gov, chances are that you've touched one of our products. People here really believe in helping governments do a better job.

I do a mix of customer-facing data science / data engineering things, but feel free to PM me about any specific positions you might be interested in!

ceefry 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Saatchi Art | Santa Monica, CA | Fulltime, ONSITE

Saatchi Art (https://www.saatchiart.com) is the world's leading online art gallery, a global marketplace where artists in over 100 countries have sold to collectors in 80 countries!

We are currently looking to hire software engineers that possess solid CS fundamentals, are fluent with design patterns, and will dive in fearlessly to any part of our complex stack as necessary. The number of years of work experience matter less to us than the complexity of what you have been recently doing.

Specifically for our Sr. Front End position, we want someone with production-level React/Redux/Webpack experience, and expert-level HTML, CSS and javascript.

Specifically for our Sr. Backend position, we are looking for folks with PHP (Laravel), SQL (mysql), and NoSQL (Couchbase, MongoDB) experience. Async programming experience is a definite plus, as is experience with configuration management tools (Puppet/Chef/Ansible), Docker, and AWS.

Our engineering team is a small tight knit bunch of talented developers who care deeply about our craft and work everyday to better ourselves at it while iteratively building product features that make it easier for artists and collectors to connect across geographies and cultures.

Your work will have a direct impact on the livelihoods of people who might otherwise not have had the opportunity to share their works across the globe, every single day.

Check out our site, then hit me (Chris) up at careers@saatchiart.com if you want to know more.

GrahamL 9 hours ago 0 replies      
BranchLabs | Magento Developer | Denver, CO | Remote

This is a hands-on, remote, contract, Magento programming position. You'll be working on eCommerce platforms and CMSes like Magento, Shopify and WordPress. The core technologies you'll be working with are PHP, HTML, CSS, and JS.

Our projects are generally focused around making large, material changes to our clients' sites or designing and developing new sites from the ground up. We are heavily data-driven and provide robust tracking and reporting capabilities for our clients' initiatives.

An ideal applicant will be ready to hit the ground running with Magento.

About BranchLabs

BranchLabs is a rapidly growing eCommerce consultancy based in the LoHi neighborhood of Denver, CO.

Our reputation is built on delivering results. We take pride in the work we produce. The products we deliver are high quality inside and out, and they help our clients capitalize on real opportunities. We work closely with founders and stakeholders, combining their understanding of their business with our understanding of all things eCommerce. Together, we craft solutions that work for our clients and their customers.

More details on the position:https://weworkremotely.com/jobs/4077-magento-developer

botswana99 10 hours ago 0 replies      
DataKitchen | Technical & Documentation Writer | Boston/Cambridge, MA | ONSITE full or part-time https://www.datakitchen.io/

DataKitchen, Inc. enables analytic teams to deliver value quickly, with high quality, using the tools that they love. DataKitchen provides the worlds first DataOps platform for data-driven enterprises, enabling them to support data analytics that can be quickly and robustly adapted to meet evolving requirements. DataKitchen is leading the DataOps movement to incorporate Agile Software Development, DevOps, and manufacturing based statistical process control into analytics and data management. Our company is profitable, stable, rapidly growing and stock will be part of the package.

At DataKitchen, we have a lot to say about DataOps, but speak in code. Help us create documentation of our product, command line, configuration, and REST APIs. Part time schedule is an option for this position. Qualifications: Experience as a technical writer. Ability to work independently. A background in data/analytics is a plus. Some programming background. Bachelors Degree in English, Journalism or equivalent.

We offer very competitive pay, benefits like a company funded 401K, experienced team (we all code), amazing customers, equity, and a cool office location.

Contact info@datakitchen.io

aajhiggs 17 hours ago 1 reply      
Akkroo | Full Stack Web Developers, Customer Success, B2B Sales | London | ONSITE, VISA, https://akkroo.com

Our mobile and web based SaaS product for marketing & sales teams improves everything about collecting customer lead data at events, tradeshows and exhibitions.

Were 4 years old, SaaS based product, healthy and growing quickly. Our global customers include Aston Martin, PayPal, IBM, Vogue and Patagonia.

Im Andy, one of the co-founders, and right now I'm hiring for a PHP full stack developer to join our engineering team:


Our hiring process includes a video or face-to-face chat and a role-specific task (which well step through together). If youre used to working at an agency and would love to focus on delivering a SaaS product instead, we could be a great fit.

We're also looking out for smart, friendly people with experience in Customer Success and B2B Sales:


Got questions? Ask me! jobs+andy+hn@akkroo.com

roddylindsay 1 day ago 0 replies      
Hustle | Software Engineer | San Francisco | ONSITE

Hustle is a peer-to-peer text messaging platform that provides organizations across the country with an affordable, efficient, and effective tool to reach their supporters. By facilitating two-way conversations, Hustles clients maintain genuine, personal dialogues with hundreds, thousands, and even millions of people. Our clients include Planned Parenthood, Human Rights Campaign, and Our Revolution (Bernie Sanders' organization). It's 48 times more effective than making phone calls.

As a product engineer, you will be working on Hustle's core web and mobile products: our web and mobile text messaging apps, our campaign administrative interface, and our message delivery back end. Product engineering at Hustle is unique in that we do not have mobile, front-end and backend specialists. Instead engineers are empowered to develop and ship features in their entirety covering the whole stack.This feature of product development is enabled by Hustle's particular technology choices: the use of JavaScript, React, React Native and Node.js through out the stack. It's a stack that heavily rewards generalists that just want to ship things. It also makes for a very dynamic working environment: form a temporary team for a larger project where you decide to focus on shipping a polished mobile frontend and for the next project form another temporary team where you would focus on delivering a humming backend.

Hustle was started by engineers from Facebook and MongoDB and is backed by top VC firms including Social Capital and Index Ventures.Please apply on our site to learn more about us and our growing team of 18!


chrismartin 1 day ago 0 replies      
CyVerse | DevOps Engineer | Tucson, AZ


CyVerse is an NSF-funded project building cloud platforms for biosciences research. As a DevOps Engineer on the Core Services team, you'll work with me to build and manage the systems that run Atmosphere (http://www.cyverse.org/atmosphere) -- think "virtual Linux workstations for research scientists". Some technologies you'll work with are GNU+Linux, OpenStack, Ansible, and Python. Our web application is written in Django and React.

We also support one of the world's largest iRODS deployments (http://irods.org), and are in the early stages of implementing Ceph for block storage. We have an exciting feature roadmap for the next year, and need a strong generalist sysadmin/developer to help us deliver valuable tools to our community.

Everything that we build is released to the world under a BSD license -- look up our GitHub orgs (cyverse, iplantcollaborativeopensource, and cyverse-ansible). We sit next to a team of science analysts and have plenty of opportunities to help our users get the most from our services. We work in a beautiful, modern building at the University of Arizona (http://bio5.org/). As university employees we have great benefits and work-life balance. Tucson is a wonderfully livable Southwestern city with a growing tech/software/research community and plenty of things to do outside.

echelon 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Square, Inc. | Software Engineer | Atlanta, ONSITE | https://squareup.com/careers/jobs

Square's Atlanta office is hiring for multiple positions. We have several full-stack engineering teams in the office building features for our Point of Sale system as well as backend services that power our payments platform.


What we do:

Design, develop and manage microservices that provide identity management used throughout the Square ecosystem. Develop and support routing and gateway support between Squares products and payment processors in the US and abroad. Provide inventory and item management services for Squares Point of Sale and API products.


Why it's cool:

Our system is critical: without it, some Square products couldn't exist. Our Atlanta office has a history of working on mission critical projects. Infrastructure used throughout Square was designed and developed here. Were continuing to increase our footprint here.Our work environment includes lots of Silicon Valley style perks, plus all the advantages of working in a smaller office where everyone knows each other.


Who we're looking for:

Engineers familiar with Java, Go, or Ruby or another high level language. Web developers who are comfortable dabbling working on large web applications. Ember experience a plus. We are hiring both recent college grads and those with industry experience.


Tech we use: Java, Go, Ruby, Objective-C, Ember.


If this matches your background and interests, we'd love to talk to you -- email mhaehl@squareup.com.

milesward 1 day ago 0 replies      
Google Cloud | The Earth | Full-Time | On-site / Remote

Yo! We are continuing to grow the GCP Solutions Architect team; a bunch of happy folk learning and helping others to use Google's cloud infrastructure for fun and profit. Machine learning, petabytes, OSS, Kubernetes; you bring the smarts we'll supply the hardware :)

Any of these work: https://careers.google.com/jobs#t=sq&q=j&li=20&l=false&jlo=e...

krytenboot 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Rakuten | Software Engineer | Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan | ONSITE | Full Time

Tech: Java, Spring Boot, Docker, Kubernetes, MQ messaging, Google Container Engine.

Seeking experienced server side engineers to develop backend services for smart device applications.Full description and application process here: https://jobs.rakuten.careers/careersection/rakuten_ext_cs/jo...

edawerd 1 day ago 1 reply      
Gusto - VISA, ONSITE (SF or Denver)

Gusto is building delightful payroll, benefits, and HR software for small businesses.

In only 4 years, we've grown to process nationwide payroll for more than 40,000 companies, process more than $20B in payments, and serve our customers with health insurance, 401(k), and a host of HR features.

Team culture is a huge part of what makes Gusto special. We have a team of super-sharp, passionate, hard-working, and friendly software engineers. You can read more about us on our engineering blog: http://engineering.gusto.com/Some of the technologies we use: Ruby/Rails, JavaScript, and React.js.

We have openings to work in our Payroll, HR, and Platform teams

Apply online here! https://gusto.com/careers or email me directly.

Interview process: 1 technical phone screen (1 hour over Coderpad), and 1 onsite interview (~4.5 hours of interviews + pair programming)

galori 1 day ago 1 reply      
San Francisco, CA / REMOTE OK | Lead Full Stack Rails Developer | Stitchfix | Full-time

Hello, we're continuing to do a ton of hiring at Stitchfix, but specifically I'm hiring a developer to join my small team - "Better Data Engineering". We are a small team that is responsible for Stitchfix's famous "Style Profile", and other similar data intensive customer facing features. We work closely with the Data Science team, and our goal is always to serve our customers better using the information they provided while not being creepy :-)

 ,---. Stitchfix is a clothing / style personalization service. .((___)) Search Instagram for #stitchfix, which will tell you a whole lot ,' `---' `. about us, how much our customers love us and you'll get / |========| \ an idea of our business. / |/\/\/\/\| \ / /|/\/\/\/\|\ \ Come back when you're done. /__/ |========| \__\ //// |________| \\\\ ""' [||||||||] `"" `""""""""' 
You can reach out directly to me (gal at stitchfix.com) - I'm a Principal Engineer at Stitchfix and the hiring manager for this position.

Here is a job posting roughly covering this role: https://www.stitchfix.com/careers?gh_jid=455296&gh_src=r8m5v...and Stitch Fix's "Multithreaded" Tech Jobs blog & site (http://technology.stitchfix.com) has a lot more about the team and other positions (were also hiring iOS, DevOps, and UX)

bessieweiss 1 day ago 0 replies      
Cloud Academy | Multiple Positions| San Francisco, CA / Mendrisio, Switzerland | Full Time | On-Site/Remote | Salary varies by position

At Cloud Academy, were builders. Learning new technology is just as exciting for us as building it. Find detailed job postings and apply at: jobs.cloudacademy.com.

We are looking for several members of our cloud engineering research and training team to work on AWS, Azure, Google Cloud and/or DevOps. If youre passionate about cloud technologies, and love to always be learning, this might be a great fit for you.

* Azure Researcher and Trainer, Remote

* Cloud Researcher and Trainer, Remote

* Content Researcher and Developer, Labs, Remote

Were also looking for some great developers and product designers to join our growing Product team in our Swiss office. We offer relocation for new hires interested in moving to the beautiful Ticino region of Switzerland!

* Full-Stack Developer, Mendrisio, Switzerland

* Front-End Developer, Mendrisio, Switzerland

* Senior Python Developer, Mendrisio Switzerland

* Data Engineer, Mendrisio, Switzerland

* Sr. Product Designer, Mendrisio, Switzerland

justinmayer 1 day ago 1 reply      
Strata Labs | Sunny Santa Monica, CA | Full Stack Web Engineer | REMOTE WELCOME

We are looking for a full-stack web engineer to join our team. Responsibilities for this full-time position will mostly focus on front-end development and its interaction with Python + Django back-end environments.

We're a small team focused on software-as-a-service web applications. We have been in business for over eight years, have solid financial backing, and deliver real value in a mature industry with large, reliable customers.

We have a very open culture without an overly-formal hierarchy. We are based in Los Angeles, but team members can be located anywhere and benefit from being able to work remotely with modern tools without having to uproot for a risky startup.

We are looking for individuals who have experience with some or all of the following:

* web application development via Django, Rails, or similar frameworks

* JavaScript and its interaction with above frameworks

* React / Angular

* writing unit/functional tests

* Git branching, merging, and rebasing

* Linux server system administration

Send resume and other details about yourself to: [recruiting] at [stratalabs.com]

DesaiAshu 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Make School | Multiple Locations | Onsite | Temporary

Make School was founded in 2012 to empower students to build and ship products that impact their communities.

Were looking for iOS developers to teach at our Summer Academy, an eight week program where students of all ages build and ship their own iOS app, game, or VR experience. You'll teach Swift fundamentals plus product design, prototyping, user testing, analytics, and more. This is a contract position in 2017 from mid-June to mid-August. Locations include San Francisco, Oakland, Silicon Valley, San Jose, Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago, Dallas, Boston, Washington D.C., Atlanta, New York City, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Tokyo.

Apply here and mention Hacker News: https://www.makeschool.com/jobs

We've met some great people through HN and would love to meet more!

rivetingcarp 1 day ago 0 replies      
Palo Alto Networks | Santa Clara | Product Manager | Full-Time | On-Site

Palo Alto Networks is expanding the product management team responsible for our malware detection and prevention product, WildFire.

Im looking to work with someone who has a background in Cybersecurity/threat research who can collaborate with our researchers and engineers to identify, and design the future of malware detection and prevention within WildFire. This is a great opportunity for an engineer or researcher looking to transition into product management -- we aren't focused on KPIs, GTM, or other MBA acronyms or marketing buzzwords.

Prior PM experience not required.

Knowledge in the following areas is expected:-Technical implementations of application and user level attacks (Malware & Exploits)-How the different pieces of an OS interact (e.g. User Space and Kernel Space)-Malware analysis techniques -Designing methods to detect and/or prevent malware

Travel As little or as much as you make of it email available in my profile

localhost3000 10 hours ago 0 replies      
Mensch Labs | Product Engineer | San Francisco, CA | Interns & Full-time | Onsite preferred | http://rep.ai/

We are a small team (6) building tools to change the way businesses communicate with customers. Our product, Rep, combines customer context, machine learning, and a slick app that enables organizations to build meaningful relationships through mobile and desktop messaging.

We're actively looking for builders folks that want to contribute more than code. Your specialization is less important than your desire and ability to learn fast and adapt to shifting technologies.

We're founded by ex-Googlers with deep experience in messaging, personalization, and machine learning, and we're backed by some of the top investors in Silicon Valley: Accel Partners, First Round Capital, SV Angel, and Forerunner Ventures.

We offer competitive salaries, meaningful equity and generous health, dental and vision benefits. If you are a member of an underrepresented group in technology, we strongly encourage you to apply.

Technologies: Python, Postgres, WebSockets, React, Redux, ML, etc.

Drop us a note at hi@menschlabs.com with a link to your LinkedIn, a resume, or anything else we should know. Well get back to you quickly!


p.s. I love working here. The team is smart and talented but also deeply good, respectful, and empathetic.

hbeaver 9 hours ago 0 replies      
PrimeRevenue (https://primerevenue.com/) | Sr. Software Engineer - Ruby (Contract) | Atlanta, GA | ONSITE/Part-REMOTE

Seeking Sr. Software Engineer, full stack with deep experience building web applications using Ruby on Rails and modern front-end frameworks like EmberJS, AngularJS, etc.


 * Solid Ruby and Ruby on Rails * JavaScript & modern frameworks (Angular.JS, Ember.JS) * Experience with legacy code, refactoring * 12 Factor App * Message Queues * API Design & testing (contracts) * RSpec, TDD * Docker (desired)
Work at a profitable financial technology company on applications that have processed more than $120 billion in transactions last year. The company culture values employee contributions , diversity and respects work/life balance. Read more and apply below:


jennaluthy 1 day ago 0 replies      
Solvvy/Palo Alto, CA/Full-time/ Onsite/ www.solvvy.com

Solvvy is a machine learning startup reinventing the customer experience. Its first product, Solvvy for Support, delivers a better self-service platform that improves customer satisfaction and decreases costs for businesses. This intelligent NLP solution is the first customer support SaaS application based on Solvvys powerful answer graph technology. Solvvy deploys in days and delivers immediate financial returns for business.

We are hiring!!

-Machine Learning Engineers $120-200k plus equity -Lead Full-stack Developer $120-200k plus equity -Customer Success Manager $60-70k, plus bonus plan and equity

Please apply via https://jobs.lever.co/solvvy or send me an email: Jenna@solvvy.com

repspark 1 day ago 0 replies      
RepSpark | Senior .NET Developer | Irvine, CA | Full-time, ONSITE, $75k-$100k

Were a casual, nine-person software development team based in Orange County, CA (south of Los Angeles). We provide many large apparel brands with intuitive and efficient sales workflows, enabling sales representatives to place bulk orders for brick and mortar stores (e.g. how ONeill ends up in Tillys or how Armada ends up on Backcountry).

Our stack includes C#, ASP.NET, SQL Server, TypeScript, IIS, and Git (http://stackshare.io/repspark/repspark).

Were looking for Senior .NET Developers (C#, MVC, SQL Server) with 5+ years of professional experience.

Side note: we finally set up our ping pong table after moving to our new office space. Spontaneous 1v1s and 2v2s are in full swing again!

Please email hn@repspark.com with applications or questions. We'd love to hear from you!

blakeweb 1 day ago 0 replies      
Recursion Pharmaceuticals | SLC, Utah | Onsite, full-time

Recursion is a startup with about 40 people, generating rich biological data at a pace comparable to the biggest institutions anywhere doing biology and disease research. We have literally millions of images from experiments we conducted in our lab, and we generate terabytes more each week. Weve gotten more than $2M in multiple grants from the NIH, and last fall closed a $15M series A led by Lux Capital. Were using imaging experiments to turn human cell experiments into massive amounts of rich biological data so we can find treatments using ML and data science for many diseases as fast as possible.


* Software engineering: Full-stack Software Engineer - Front-end Software Engineer - Machine Learning Engineer

* Data science: Data Analyst - Data Scientist - Applied Mathematician - ML Researcher - Computational Biologist

* Technical HR Specialist/Manager - Technical Team Development Operation (New--if these posts aren't up yet, feel free to apply via Data Scientist and call out your interest in these positions)

http://www.recursionpharma.com/careers for more details and to apply.

Logistics: Salt Lake City, Utah. Hiking/running/biking is literally out our back door, and it's half an hour to 5 ski resorts. Competitive pay, health insurance, relocation assistance (onsite is required), equity, a top-caliber team, and help make a massively positive impact. Happy to sponsor/extend visas, but you need to already be authorized to work in the US--we cant handle the lottery at this stage.

Tech: Data science: python scientific stack (pandas, numpy, scikit-learn, matplotlib, bokeh, etc). Software engineering: go, python, angular.js, react, javascript on aws and gce. Deep learning (e.g. convolutional networks) we're mainly using the python frameworks (keras, theano, tensorflow, etc).

Our team of ~40: http://www.recursionpharma.com/team

StylightGmbH 20 hours ago 0 replies      
Stylight | Munich | ONSITE, FULLTIME, http://www.stylight.com/

Were a fashion company but you wont have to wear the latest Karl Lagerfeld. A hoodie or your favorite Docker shirt will do just fine. You dont even need to like fashion at all, but a certain admiration for Ken Thompson, Rob Pike or Martin Fowler is always appreciated. You dont speak German? No big deal, we use English as our main language.

Looking forward to receiving your application!Cheers!

VP Engineering - http://jobs.stylight.com/vp-engineering/

Really, Really Good Software Developer - http://jobs.stylight.com/really-really-good-software-develop...

Senior Android Developer - http://jobs.stylight.com/senior-android-developer/

Backend Developer - http://jobs.stylight.com/backend-developer/

Senior Data Scientist - http://jobs.stylight.com/senior-data-scientist/

Frontend Developer - http://jobs.stylight.com/frontend-developer/

ryguytilidie 1 day ago 0 replies      
Opendoor - www.opendoor.com - San Francisco, CA - https://www.opendoor.com/jobs

At Opendoor we're changing the way homes are bought and sold. Moving is one of lifes most stressful events. We empower people with a simpler, more thoughtful approach to buying or selling their home. We have an amazing team of talented and passionate engineers and data scientists. We are looking for data scientists, front-end engineers, and generalist software engineers to help us change the real estate industry. Leadership experience is a plus.

Technologies we work with: Angular, Rails, PostGIS, Python, AWS, Webpack, Phoenix (Elixir), GoLang, Docker. Help us reinvent lifes largest and most important transaction. Please email directly at: hannah@opendoor.com

ppandey 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Asana (https://asana.com/jobs/eng) | San Francisco, CA . New York, NY | ONSITE Software Engineers (generalists and specialists: mobile, web, api, infra, security)

Were a mid-stage startup (~250 people) building a SaaS product that allows teams to track their work and achieve their most ambitious goals. We are looking to grow our team with engineers and managers who want to build enterprise software that delights users while ensuring the highest level of security, availability and performance. We're hiring across all of our teams in SF and NY, each of which has 2-5 engs at a time and is responsible for projects from inception through launch and beyond. We value distributed responsibility, mindfulness, and maximizing impact, which leads to an engineering culture that focuses on shipping quickly (and sustainably) as well as mentorship.

Our interview process consists of a written test, phone interview, followed by on-site interviews. You can view our interviewing guide at http://asa.na/interview Here are a few links in case you are interested in learning more:Engineering Blog: https://blog.asana.com/category/eng/Asana's vision doc and where we are going: http://asa.na/visionOur Engineering Values: https://asa.na/14gOur co-founder Dustin on why work-life balance is so important to us: http://asa.na/live-well Please email me at hn@asana.com if you're interested in our engineering positions.

emilburzo 1 day ago 1 reply      

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emily_mikailli 11 hours ago 0 replies      
Signifyd | Mid-level / Senior Software Engineer | San Jose | Onsite | Full-time

Signifyd is a 115-person startup that was named one of the 50 most innovative Fintech companies of 2016 by Forbes, and our engineers build systems that catch bad guys. Using all available payment, user, and machine data, we have to separate legitimate credit card transactions from fraudulent in under 400ms. That means doing just-in-time mash-ups of internal data with external APIs and reducing it all into a single score with a few critical insights for end-users.

We are hiring back-end, front-end and machine learning engineers that want to take their skills and experience and applying them to the fraud domain to combat online transaction fraud and make the world of e-commerce a better place.

Our stack: Java, Python, Cassandra, MySQL, Solr, Apache Spark, Play! framework, Linux, Docker, AWS

Our recruitment process is as follows:- Phone interview - At home code test - On-site interview

For more information and to apply:Back End Engineer - https://www.signifyd.com/careers/?gh_jid=44015Machine Learning Engineer - https://www.signifyd.com/careers/?gh_jid=567011Front End Engineer - https://www.signifyd.com/careers/?gh_jid=134954

tyre 1 day ago 0 replies      
Seneca Systems (YC S16) | Full-stack, front-end, database engineers | Redwood City, CA | ONSITE - http://seneca.systems/careers

Seneca Systems provides cloud-based software that empowers city managers and government workers to provide outstanding service to citizens and communities. Romulus, our flagship product, helps local government workers to manage casework and be the system-of-record for city data.

Cities and local governments across the countrylike San Jose, Sacramento, Boston, Chicago, Houston, and Miamidepend on Romulus to make government run effectively.

Stack: Ember => Ruby/Rails and Elixir/Phoenix => Postgres



moondistance 1 day ago 0 replies      
Haskell Lovers Stealth Co. | Software Engineer | Menlo Park, CA | Full-time | Onsite

Very well-funded startup seeking fellow Haskellers who would also enjoy coding exclusively in Haskell. Seeking all levels of experience (multiple positions).

Experienced team working on an exciting product. Competitive compensation.

Interested in chatting? Email eulerconstantine@gmail.com

snewman 1 day ago 0 replies      
Scalyr | San Mateo, CA (ONSITE)

Frontend Engineer: $135-170K, >=0.3% equity

Agent Engineer | $135-170K, >=0.3% equity

At Scalyr, we've built a log analysis and ops visibility tool that our users rave about, because it smashes expectations for performance and ease of use. We offer the equity, influence, and fun of an early-stage company, with stability, great pay, and a low-stress culture. We have great backers, amazing traction (50x growth in the last two years), and an 11-digit target market. I've built half a dozen startups, including Writely (aka Google Docs), and I can honestly say this is my favorite so far.

Frontend Engineer: we earn our keep by giving users unprecedentedly fast and easy tools for exploring vast amounts of operational data. That starts with our unique backend query engine, but it doesn't mean anything without an equally amazing frontend. We're building a brand-new web app that adds features while removing complexity, all with an eye to performance. As a ground-up rewrite, there's lots of opportunity for you to have a significant impact. If you care about user experience, enjoy great engineering, and want to join an experienced team where you can really stretch yourself, we'd love to hear from you.

"Agent Engineer" sounds like something from Person Of Interest, but actually you'll own our lean, mean data collection agent. An ops visibility tool is only as good as the data it collects, and we pride ourselves on gathering everything from logs to system metrics to application metrics to API data. If you enjoy constantly getting to play with new tools, come help us connect to... everything. You'll get to play with packages from Apache to Zookeeper, APIs from AWS to, er, Azure, while tackling challenges such as monitoring 100,000+ simultaneous log files using minimal CPU.

If this sounds like fun, check out the links below, or drop us a line at jobs@scalyr.com!



transfix 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Transfix | NYC | Front-end/Back-end Engineers | Full-time | On-site

At Transfix, our vision is to efficiently move any freight to anyplace in the world over land, sea, or air. Were starting with full truckloads in North America. We work everyday to make logistics effortless, fair, and efficient through the use of software. The problems we solve everyday are real and require creativity, grit, and determination.

We're looking for mid-senior engineers (2+ yrs of experience) to build a marketplace that connects shippers with truck drivers in a $420B industry that's ripe for automation.

Front-end stack: React/redux, aurelia.js, ES6, HTML, SassBack-end stack: Ruby on rails, python, postgresql, AWS, firebase

Interview process: Recruiter Screen (30m) > Tech Screen (1-1.5hrs) > 1 On-site Interview (3-4hrs)

To apply: https://jobs.lever.co/transfix

You can also reach out to me at michelle@transfix.io

bostik 1 day ago 1 reply      
Smarkets | Full Time | ONSITE (London, UK; now also Santa Monica, California)

We're a modern betting exchange, going technology first to enable proper price competition in a field of fat commissions. Join a small, agile, and fast-growing team, in our beautiful office in St. Katharine Docks. If our US location tickles your fancy, you get to help setting up a brand new office too.

Smarkets develops a reliable, low-latency, highly concurrent betting exchange based on trading exchange designs. We're also building a fast, modern web interface to allow for a smoother experience. Servicing our users is top priority.

The Smarkets platform is written predominantly on Python and Erlang, and relies heavily on asynchronous programming techniques. We use REST where we can. Life at Smarkets circles around people, version control, configuration management and automation. We can - and do - deploy to production several times a day.

Our entire production is in AWS. In fact, Smarkets was the first gambling operator under the Maltese regulator to get permission to run everything in the cloud. We push the envelope where needed and educate auditors when necessary.

We are looking for:

* Infrastructure Engineers, both junior and senior (think midway between SRE and devops; security background is a bonus)

* An Infrastructure Lead Engineer

* Software Engineers (London, Los Angeles)

* UX/UI Designers

If you like the idea of flat structure and practical engineering approach, see our jobs at https://smarkets.com/careers/ . (A while back I wrote an overview about our engineering challenges, which you can find at https://smarketshq.com/the-challenges-of-running-a-betting-e... .)

sharethisTA 9 hours ago 0 replies      
ShareThis | Data Science Engineer | Palo Alto | ONSITE ONSITE Full-Time | H1B Transfers OK

Open positions:

Principal Software Engineer - Data Science PlatformSenior Software Engineer - Data

ShareThis is a sharing intelligence network that spans across platform walled gardens (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc). We transform real-time data insights from shared engagements into actionable moments that deliver results for marketers and publishers.

We're looking for principal level engineers with a background in Java/Spark and knowledge of machine learning/data science. You'll be coming in to build out our machine learning engine that'll drastically improve our understanding of sharing data. You'll be the conduit between our data engineering and our data science team here.

If you're interested in joining our machine learning efforts and exploring all the use cases of activating social sharing data, email me directly at rana@sharethis.com with Hacker News in the subject name. Feel free to read more about the role here: go.sharethis.com/datarole

mookerji 10 hours ago 0 replies      

 Swift Navigation | SF | Hardware/Infrastructure/Scientific Software Jobs | INTERNS / VISA Swift Navigation is looking for firmware, scientific tooling, and infrastructure software engineers to work with us on high-precision GPS receivers (https://github.com/swift-nav/). We're shipping this week (!) the world's first low-cost, multi-constellation, inch-accurate satellite navigation receiver for autonomous vehicle applications. Questions? Email Buro (mookerji@swiftnav.com) or Margaret (jobs@swiftnav.com) or apply to https://jobs.lever.co/swift-nav. + Firmware (Production embedded programming on the Zynq platform, FPGA-based DSP, C, C++, Python, VHDL, real-time Linux). + Scientific Python Tooling (production scientific Python for product prototyping, testing, and analysis). + Web and internal platform infrastructure (front ends, rear ends, services, production programming, Haskell, Python, JS, C++, containerized distributed workflows, etc. etc. etc.). + Interns with interesting project experience in any of the above, or interested in hacking together hardware/software demos for new applications, integrating UAV autopilots. Our interviews have a few steps: an intro phone call, technical phone screen or take home problem, and an onsite. Our technical interviews aim to fairly assess your skills and also preview our own day-to-day work. Satellite navigation is a rich problem space! Our 40 (??!) person group in the Civic Center neighborhood of San Francisco is spread across analog/RF/digital hardware design and embedded systems, statistics, satellite navigation, functional programming, and web infrastructure. Our work is highly interdisciplinary with an environment emphasizing effective communication, collaboration, and inclusion with a flexible working policy.

sdabby 10 hours ago 0 replies      
ClickTime | https://www.clicktime.com/company/jobs | Onsite San Francisco; Austin, TX also possible for QA | Full Time

ABOUT US: We help businesses become more productive every day. We're a bootstrapped, profitable, 33-person company going through an exciting stage of growth.

INTERVIEW PROCESS: Two phone interviews, one to two onsite interview/s depending on the role, and reference checks. Most of our interviews also include a short practical component (e.g. coding exercise, QA exercise, product demo, Excel exercise, etc) that would reflect your day-to-day work at ClickTime.

ROLES: Director of Customer Success - Customer Support Specialist - Quality Assurance Tester - Senior Front End (JavaScript) Developer - Sales Development Representative

APPLY: https://www.clicktime.com/company/jobs

Please email sdabby@clicktime.com with any questions!

apurvadave 1 day ago 1 reply      
Sysdig | https://www.sysdig.com | jobs@sysdig.com | San Francisco, Davis, or Remote | Many Positions

Sysdig is building the intelligence layer for next-generation applications built on containers and microservices. Hundreds of enterprise customers use our commercial solution for monitoring, troubleshooting, and managing performance of their applications.

-50+ People

-Founded by Loris Degioanni, co-creator of wireshark

-Open source sysdig (http://www.sysdig.org) is used by millions

-Funded by Accel and Bain Capital Ventures

-Global Engineering Team


-Work from anywhere

-Health, Vision and Dental Insurance

-Monthly learning stipend

-Monthly housecleaning stipend

-Motivated, smart, enjoyable coworkers



-Kernel Engineers

-Backend / big data


-Customer Success

-Product Marketing

-Technical Marketing


ckridler 1 day ago 0 replies      
Root | Columbus, OH | Full-time | Onsite |https://joinroot.com

Root is an auto insurance company, like GEICO and Progressive. We use data science to identify and insure good drivers, reducing insurance premiums for good drivers significantly as a result.

We're a startup we're 18 people who have been working on this for almost 2 years. We've built an iOS app that gathers data on how well people drive. We use that to set insurance prices. To build the best possible product and user experience, we went through the arduous process of starting an insurance carrier from scratch.

We've raised $7M, and we're looking to bring on a couple more talented engineers. Tech stack involves Ruby / Rails and Javascript / React Native. Email us at jobs@joinroot.com

Hotjar_Rec 1 day ago 0 replies      
Hotjar | REMOTE | Full-time

Headquartered on the beautiful island of Malta, in the heart of the Mediterranean, Hotjar is a young startup that embraces remote working and personal development. Hotjar's culture is driven by transparency, respect, open discussion, collaboration and blunt and direct feedback. In fact, we're obsessed with communicating with our users as well as within the team. We hate bureaucracy and slow moving organisations but we're suckers for well-defined processes. We love lean, iterative improvements and success is measured by the value we create for our users.

Front-end Developer (Europe) http://careers.hotjar.com/o/frontend-developer-europe/?sourc...

Python Developer (Europe) http://careers.hotjar.com/o/python-developer-europe/?source=...

Full Stack Developer (Europe) http://careers.hotjar.com/o/full-stack-developer-europe/?sou...

DevOps Engineer (North America) http://careers.hotjar.com/o/devops-engineer-north-america/?s...

Big Data DevOps Engineer (Europe) http://careers.hotjar.com/o/big-data-devops-engineer-europe/...

Check out our careers page for the full listing of roles including marketing, design, and customer successhttp://careers.hotjar.com/

gregwebs 23 hours ago 0 replies      
Karius | Redwood City, CA | ONSITE | Full-time | Software Engineer or Analyst

Karius has taken the genomic sequencing revolution (NGS) out of the lab to transform infectious disease testing. Traditional testing approaches rely on hypothesis-driven testing, but we directly sequence the pathogen DNA to determine what a patient is infected with.

I am a software engineer without a biotech background. I really appreciate working with a team with diverse backgrounds and having the opportunity to learn many new things. Its nice that Karius is still a startup where you can make significant contributions in one area or broaden your understanding of different areas.

There is a great vibe at Karius: people are happy to come to be at work, there is a lot of maturity, and everyone seems to bring their own special talents into the mix. We have company retreats twice a year and we care about making it possible to experience joy at work.

We are greatly expanding our engineering team this year.

Bioinformatics Pipeline: Bioinformatics experience not required if you are an eager learner. Experience or desire to work with a strongly-typed language (Rust, Haskell, Scala, F#, OCaml, Flow/TypeScript2).

Front-End: TypeScript, React, CSS, and work well with designers

Dev-Ops: Docker, building infrastructure on AWS with terraform and CloudFormation. Postgres, MySQL

Backend Web Services: service oriented architecture in a regulated environment, schema modeling, REST APIs with Swagger documentation

We are also hiring for our analytics team to do bioinformatics analysis.

website: kariusdx.com jobs at kariusdx.com

jsadow 1 day ago 0 replies      
Scoop | Backend, Mobile & DevOps | San Francisco, CA | Onsite. Full-Time. $100-150 + Equity | https://www.takescoop.com

There's a problem that's been unsolved for 40 years. It's called carpooling - heard of it? We know you have. But now, there's a team of engineers, marketers, and business people actually making headway on this problem. With over 400,000 rides done to date, the Scoop team has made carpooling easy for the first time - and we need an awesome engineer to help in the fight against traffic. Maybe it's you? The Scoop team has a simple mission: to eliminate traffic and reimagine transportation, giving life back to commuters and communities. Two years after our San Francisco Bay Area launch, Scoop has become a vibrant community of coworkers and neighbors that have shared hundreds of thousands of commutes. Our mobile-first commuting technology powers the carpooling programs of many of the Bay Areas largest employers, including Cisco, Tesla, Workday, and Salesforce.

Our stack? Node, AWS, native on iOS (all Swift) and Android. We might be a startup, but we care deeply about testing and great technical design. And our entire matching algorithm is home-brewed. We're hiring for Android, backend generalists, DevOps/Infra addicts and data lovers.

Learn more and apply at https://jobs.lever.co/takescoop

guptaneil 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Instructure | Senior Software Engineer | Chicago, Salt Lake City, Seattle | VISA https://instructure.com

Build open-source software to help people learn! We make tools for schools and businesses that delight our users and make their lives easier, while helping them learn faster.

You can check out http://code.instructure.com to see our primary product, Canvas, and some of our open source tooling and libraries.

We are looking for a Principal Software Security Architect (https://jobs.lever.co/instructure/79d03eca-9dc1-43d2-8e5e-ab...), which is a director-level position responsible for leading our security strategy.

We're also hiring for the following positions: - Senior software engineers - Android engineers - Senior iOS engineer - QA engineers

Our primary stack is Rails & React, but we also work with JVM/Go/Node, and we're not afraid to try new (or old) things. We have an engineering-driven culture with quarterly hack weeks, internal tech conferences, millions of users who love us (search twitter or instagram for #instructurecon ;) and use our products daily, and challenging engineering problems that come with being one of AWS's biggest users. Oh, and the benefits are amazing too!

I'm an engineer at Instructure, and genuinely love the culture and people here. I would highly recommend it!

Join us by applying at https://jobs.lever.co/instructure?lever-via=NiHimSaI8r

Feel free to reach out to me at neil(at)instructure(dot)com with any questions. Keep in mind I am not a recruiter. I can answer questions about culture or work, but you should submit your application through the URL above.

chrisnewark 12 hours ago 0 replies      
ASOS Marketplace | Mid-level / Senior Software Engineer | London | Onsite | Full-time

We have two opportunities to join a unique development team within ASOS working on our Marketplace platform. This is a small team within ASOS operating like a start-up where the business and engineering teams work together daily.

You will be a Software Engineer with commitment to deliver high-quality well-tested software, working directly with the business to produce the right solution for the customer. As a member of a small team you will have involvement in all areas of the software development process from feature planning through to deployment based largely (but not exclusively) on the Microsoft Technology stack (.Net)

Our recruitment process is as follows:

- Phone interview- At home code test- On-site interview

For more information and to apply:

Senior Software Engineer - https://jobs.asos.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.job...

Mid-level Software Engineer - https://jobs.asos.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.job...

liangzan 20 hours ago 0 replies      
Courex - www.storeviva.com | Creative Director | Singapore | Full Time/Consultant/Onsite or Remote(Asia only)

# What the company does

Courex is a 8 year old ecommerce logistics company driven by technology. We help our customers manage their supply chain so they can focus on selling. We do the following - last mile delivery - warehousing - omnichannel integration

Our operations is driven by technology. Some interesting stuff - We run a hybrid crowd-sourced(uber style) + fixed fleet model. - We built an automated parcel dimension measurement machine using Kinect - We have autonomous robots coming in 2017 to pick and sort parcels

Experience a different sort of scale. Not bits and bytes, but parcels, machines and people. Your work affects the real world.

# What the job entails

We are looking for someone strong in design who can help us in the design of our web and mobile applications. It can be a full time position or as a consultant.

# Contact

No formal qualifications needed. Please email zan+hn@courex.com.sg if you are interested.

sylvainkalache 11 hours ago 1 reply      
Holberton School | San Francisco | Marketing and Community | ONSITE - Full-time

=== Who We Are ===A 2-year alternative to college training Full Stack Software Engineers using a peer-learning and project-based approach: no formal teachers, no lectures, students learn by practicing and collaborating with peers.

We are a team of 6, moving fast and positively impacting people's life.

=== Who We Are Looking For ===We are looking for a someone to help us on our Marketing and Community efforts.

Holberton is built around our community: students, alumni, staff and mentors (~200 of them). We are building the school as a family and everybody is contributing to it. Our mentors play an important role in our school they are:-Guiding students to enter the Tech industry-Guiding the school to make sure the curriculum is up to date

The biggest part of job would be to connect and manage this community of mentors, organize meetups/office hours/workshops...

The second part of the job would be to connect with potential candidates. Going to High school and college fair, organizing/being present at hackathons...

The interview process is short and is assessing passion and ability to execute and take initiative.

=== Interested? ===Shoot an email to sylvain@holbertonschool.com

mbooking 6 hours ago 0 replies      
BOOKING.COM - Amsterdam, The Netherlands | ONSITE | VISA support| Relocation to Amsterdam

Booking.com is hiring smart people just like you, if you want to live in beautiful city like Amsterdam and work at Booking.com,I recommend you to apply for these jobs:

Software Developer - http://grnh.se/ci7oka1

Sr. Software Developer - http://grnh.se/gahd3r1

Android Developer - http://grnh.se/iaf6et1

Sr. IOS Developer - http://grnh.se/qs4fru1

UX Designer - http://grnh.se/v4fgwh1

Frontend Developer - http://grnh.se/mf4e3d1

Full Stack Software Developer (Beijing, China) - http://grnh.se/hrt4cv1

More about job vacancies athttp://grnh.se/6tnb3v

QuietStream2017 12 hours ago 0 replies      
Investor Management Services, LLC.-Charlotte, North Carolina-OnsiteIMS believes the best technology alone isnt enough. Thats why everything we build and deliver begins with something else the best people. Visit IMS careers page to begin the journey with us at https://www.investormanagementservices.com

Why we would want You to join the team?

You have at least 1+ year of experience in a data engineering, development, or a similar position. You understand best practices with SQL. You can thoughtfully design a database to enable perform queries and use advanced features to make those queries fast and clean. You have experience with Ruby on Rails and JavaScript, understand the strengths and weaknesses of them, and are curious to explore more. You have some experience or a strong interest in continual learning and are always continuing to strive for personal development.

Why You would want to join us?

Were dedicated to finding the right fit with our people. We pick people and we are dedicated to the development of those people. We are willing to boosts your strengths, as long as you are looking to do that too. Our team works on solving problems. We like to help other teams turn their needs into great technology, and we like developers to tackle the challenges. We move fast, with many releases and an interactive approach to developing new features and measuring their success by client feedback. We have a gym in the office; cater lunch to everyone, Monday through Friday; Also have 4 rotational beer kegs to celebrate our successes! We offer very competitive salaries, excellent benefits (and perks), and a generous PTO plan

botswana99 10 hours ago 0 replies      
DataKitchen | Full Stack Principal/Lead Software Engineer | Boston/Cambridge, MA | ONSITE full-time https://www.datakitchen.io/

DataKitchen, Inc. enables analytic teams to deliver value quickly, with high quality, using the tools that they love. DataKitchen provides the worlds first DataOps platform for data-driven enterprises, enabling them to support data analytics that can be quickly and robustly adapted to meet evolving requirements. DataKitchen is leading the DataOps movement to incorporate Agile Software Development, DevOps, and manufacturing based statistical process control into analytics and data management. Our company is profitable, stable, rapidly growing and stock will be part of the package.

Stack = (Angular, CoffeeScript, Python, AWS, big data, docker, mesos, redshift)

We offer very competitive pay, benefits like a company funded 401K, experienced team (we all code), amazing customers, equity, and a cool office location.

Contact info@datakitchen.io

kubuqi 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Exinda | Mid-level / Senior Software Engineer, DevTest |Toronto | Onsite | Full-time

At Exinda, our mission is to help enterprises, educators and service providers effortlessly exceed their network service level agreements and deliver the best application performance possible. We do this through our innovative approach called WAN Orchestration and our award-winning product, Exinda Network Orchestrator.

We are hiring C++ Software Engineers, QA Specialists, and Network Optimization Engineers.

Our stack: C/C++, Java, MySQL, Linux, AWSOur recruitment process is as follows: - Phone interview - At home code test - On-site interviewFor more information and to apply: https://www.exinda.com/careers

victorNicollet 20 hours ago 0 replies      
Software Engineer, C# | Lokad | Paris, France | FULL-TIME, ONSITE

Lokad is a software company that provides inventory and price optimization for customers in retail, aerospace or manufacturing. We are profitable and growing fast. We are closing deals in North America, Europe and Asia. The vast majority of our clients are based outside of France.

As a C# developer, you will integrate a team of talented software engineers in order to further develop our Big Data analytics environment : an in-house programming language and its modules for data import, export and storage, probabilistic forecasting, linear programming, and data presentation. We have infrastructure, data processing, scalability and reliability challenges, and need your help in addressing them.

At Lokad, you will benefit from the coaching of an awesome dev team. You will gain skills in large-scale data processing, domain-specific language design and cloud computing apps. Our codebase is clean, documented and heavily unit-tested. Located in Paris, 50m from Place d'Italie, our offices are quiet (no open space!), bright, and you can get three monitors.

We are a C#/.NET shop, and you will be developing under Visual Studio, the source code being versioned in Git. Our apps are hosted on Microsoft Azure. In addition, with the arrival of .NET Core, we also anticipate a few strategic migrations towards Linux.

We expect you to have strong software development skills. As a bonus, we appreciate people with a taste for low-level high performance computing, for compiler design and implementation, or for distributed systems. Contributions to open source projects are also highly regarded.

If you are interested, please reach out at victor.nicollet@lokad.com (I'm the CTO) with your resume, and we will schedule a short interview over Skype, followed by an in-person interview in Paris. We are mostly looking for candidates from Europe, but are willing to sponsor a visa for truly exceptional candidates.

maxgo 1 day ago 0 replies      
Zagster | Cambridge / Boston, MA | Full-time | Onsite | http://www.zagster.com

Zagster is the leading provider of bike share programs for cities, universities, businesses and properties. We simplify bike sharing through a full-service model that covers everything involved in planning, building and operating a system. By using right-sized infrastructure and app-based technology, Zagster bike sharing programs are flexible and affordable for both the communities we serve and the riders within them.

Named one of the best places to work by the Boston Business Journal and Outside Magazine, Zagster sits at the intersection of technology and transportation. As North America's fastest-growing bike-share provider we put more people on more bikes every day. We recently closed a $10M Series B funding round and we're looking for talented people to help us build the future of bike sharing.

~~~ Positions we're currently hiring ~~~

* Principal Backend Software Engineer

* Senior Mobile Developer

* Salesforce Administrator

* Product Manager - Web/Mobile Apps

* Product Development Engineer - Embedded Electronics

Our stack: Javascript ES6, Node, Express, React, Redux, React Native, MongoDB

Learn more and apply at https://boards.greenhouse.io/zagster

Reach out to me at max@zagster.com with any questions.

jonrkarr 13 hours ago 0 replies      
Karr Lab (http://www.karrlab.org) @ Mount Sinai Medical School | New York, NY 10029 | Research Associate, Postdoctoral Fellow, or Software engineer | Full-Time | ONSITE | $50-70k

The Karr Lab at the Institute for Genomics & Multiscale Biology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is seeking a talented, ambitious scientists and engineers to develop technology for building, simulating, and applying cutting-edge whole-cell computational models of individual cells.

We are developing whole-cell computational models which comprehensively predict how behavior emerges from the molecular level by representing all of the biochemical activity inside cells. Our goal is to use whole-cell models to transform bioengineering and medicine into rigorous, quantitative disciplines. Our work is highly interdisciplinary, involving systems biology, genomics, bioinformatics, data integration, parallel simulation, optimization, software engineering, and data visualization, and highly team-oriented.

We are looking for scientists and engineers to help develop several technologies, including a domain-specific language for describing whole-cell models, a parallel multi-algorithmic simulator, scalable tools for visualizing and analyzing high-dimensional simulation results, and tools for handling personal `omics data.

More information: http://www.karrlab.org/join or Jonathan Karr (karr@mssm.edu)

How to apply: Send a cover letter and a CV to Jonathan Karr (karr@mssm.edu)

wesrowe 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Farmers Insurance | Los Angeles, CA | Full-time | ONSITE

We're building a brand-new test-driven, Agile team from the ground up. Come be a part of the innovative future at Farmers! Seeking a lead as well as mid-to-senior Java Spring devs to lead development of an Angular + Spring web app.

Be an integral part of a brand new team building web products that reach millions! Along they way you'll work in an environment with the flexibility of a start-up but the stability and backing of an industry powerhouse.

I'm Wes, the TPM leading the hiring of the team. Interview process is quick, from phone call to remote pairing session to in-person.

Please see the job listing and apply at Stack Overflow: http://stackoverflow.com/jobs/133840/senior-java-services-en...

aechsten 1 day ago 0 replies      
LaunchDarkly | Mobile SDK Engineer | Oakland, CA | https://launchdarkly.com/

LaunchDarkly | Ruby SDK Engineer | Oakland, CA | https://launchdarkly.com/

LaunchDarkly | Software Engineer (Full-stack) | Oakland, CA | https://launchdarkly.com/

LaunchDarkly | Technical Consultant | Oakland, CA | https://launchdarkly.com/

LaunchDarkly | Technical Support Engineer | Oakland, CA | https://launchdarkly.com/

LaunchDarkly | Developer Advocate | Oakland, CA | https://launchdarkly.com/

LaunchDarkly | Sales Engineer | Oakland, CA | https://launchdarkly.com/

All jobs full-time and onsite. Full descriptions here: https://jobs.lever.co/launchdarkly

LaunchDarkly serves four billion feature flags daily to help software teams separate feature rollout from code deployment, putting power in the hands of the business and freeing up developers. Ultimately, teams can deliver faster, more personalized software with less risk. Companies use our feature flag management platform to control the whole feature lifecycle from launch to sunsetting and manage feature flags at scale. LaunchDarkly has SDKs for all major web and mobile platforms.

Read about LaunchDarklys unique architecture: https://stackshare.io/launchdarkly/how-launchdarkly-serves-o...

alexatkeplar 1 day ago 0 replies      
Snowplow Analytics (http://snowplowanalytics.com) | Support Engineer | REMOTE UTC+8 to UTC+10

Having grown our team to two support engineers with a broad timezone reach (Alberta, Canada to Berlin, Germany), we are now looking to move to a full follow the sun model, and hire our third support engineer in the UTC+8 to UTC+10 timezone range.

This is a support engineering role - not a support agent role. We are looking for candidates who can learn, troubleshoot and explain the many complex technical systems that make up the Snowplow offering. You will be supporting the Snowplow Managed Service, under which we orchestrate and monitor the Snowplow event pipeline for over 100 customers.

The support that we provide to our customers is a core part of the Managed Service offering, and we strive to provide the best technical support of any analytics vendor.

You'll find more information here: http://snowplowanalytics.com/about/jobs/support-engineer/

For the rest of our open positions see: http://snowplowanalytics.com/about/jobs/ We are additionally hiring for a Sysadmin in London (job role not yet posted).

JoryFormlabs 12 hours ago 1 reply      
Formlabs | Boston, MA | Onsite | Full-time | Software Engineer

Sound interesting? Get in contact with us here: http://grnh.se/uj0s1o1

THE COMPANY: We are a passionate team of engineers, designers, and problem-solvers who make 3D printing tools for professionals. Started out of MIT in 2011, Formlabs is committed to bringing innovative and sophisticated fabrication tools into the creative hands of designers, engineers, and artists around the world. We just raised $35 Million in our series B.

JOB DESCRIPTION: If youre passionate about systems, can seamlessly move from one platform to another, and want to have a big impact on the backend side of a complex product we want you on the Form Team as a Software Engineer. Design bigger software systems to support our 3D printing desktop software Seamlessly integrate all or our backend system architecture Get your hands dirty in all kinds of code


* A talented generalist who is passionate about backend functionality

* Are a full stack software developer, from systems level software to user interfaces

* Love to work in diverse environments (Windows, OSX, Linux)

* Code extensively in C++ (Qt) and Python

* Know Git inside and out

* Can architect and implement complex software products

* Can lead projects and work closely with a high-caliber team

* Are excited to dive into a huge variety of challenges

Sound interesting? Get in contact with us here: http://grnh.se/uj0s1o1

lschweikert 1 day ago 0 replies      
Virta Health | San Francisco, CA [Onsite] | FULL-TIME

Virta is on a mission to cure the most complex chronic diseases by combining advanced biochemistry, clinical expertise, data science, and digital tools. Founded by experienced scientists, Virta develops and delivers clinically proven and medically supervised individualized therapies to restore metabolic health in chronic disease patients.


-Head of Analytics: https://boards.greenhouse.io/virtahealth/jobs/510397#.WJJ9Tr...

- Data Engineer: https://boards.greenhouse.io/virtahealth/jobs/263090#.WJJ9Tb...

-FullStack Engineer: https://boards.greenhouse.io/virtahealth/jobs/127456#.WJJ9Ub...

-Content Lead: https://boards.greenhouse.io/virtahealth/jobs/493268#.WJJ9S7...

-DevOps Engineer: https://boards.greenhouse.io/virtahealth/jobs/180073#.WJJ9Ub...

mfl 1 day ago 1 reply      
AmpMe | www.ampme.com | Montral, Canada | ONSITE, VISA |

Put your mobile devices together and get ready to make some noise! AmpMe is the worlds most portable sound system. Were not just any old music app; we bring people and music together. Our mobile app lets you sync and play the same music simultaneously across multiple devices.

Our team is growing! This is your opportunity to discover the beautiful city of Montral, Canada. We're looking for:

- iOS Developer- Android Developer- Back-End Developer- Senior Data Engineer

Details here: www.ampme.com/jobs you may apply through the website or by email at jobs@ampme.com

vlad 10 hours ago 0 replies      
Medallia | Palo Alto (California); Washington DC (Virginia); Buenos Aires (Argentina) | Software Engineer, Front-End, Back-End, Infrastructure, DevOps, Security, iOS, Android, Mobile

News: The headquarters are moving to San Mateo and will be 26 minutes by Caltrain from San Francisco or Palo Alto (free unlimited pass.)

1) Medallia powers reports and surveys for hundreds of the world's best companies like AirBnB, Hilton, Vanguard, Mercedes-Benz, Four Seasons, Nordstrom, and Delta Airlines.

2) Sequoia recently invested more money into Medallia than they ever have in any company.

3) We use many technologies and tools on various teams, such as Java, Angular.JS, and React Native. We host some customers on AWS but the majority use our own scalable platform. Please send me your resume and I'll make sure it gets looked at: email (my HN username) @ medallia.com

- Vlad

Fleming_1 13 hours ago 0 replies      
Everwise | New York | Full Stack Developer | Onsite | Full-time |

About EverwiseEverwise is a startup that works with companies to help their employees grow and reach development goals over our platform. We do this from a new angle - harnessing the power of social relationships, including matching users with mentors and peer groups, and using curated content to supplement the experience. Our platform allows us to scale out customized learning experiences for both our enterprise clients and individual users.

Day-to-day we leverage Docker, AWS, Node, React, Ruby, Redis, and Postgres; we're looking for someone who can solve an array of problems with a broad set of technologies.

Interview Process. We have 3 structured interview - A phone interview, followed by a panel engineering interview over Video/Coderpad, followed by a structured on-site interview.

If you are interested in this role, or any of our others, please reach out to me over email.

This role, and all others can be found here.https://boards.greenhouse.io/everwise#.WJNT2LYrI6g

ThanksStephen FlemingEverwisestephen@geteverwise.com

billytetrud 1 day ago 0 replies      
Techincal Cofounder | San Francisco Bay Area, CA | Tixit | Full Time or Half Time | Equity: 10-20% | REMOTE welcome

I'm Billy Tetrud, the Founder of Tixit. We're a small (9 person) team building a lightening fast extensible project management system. We're looking for a 2nd technical cofounder to accelerate the development of our product. You'd be working with me (the other technical cofounder) in designing and implementing the core backend as well the web frontend. We value our test-driven development, clear internal and external documentation, and doing things right to build and maintain momentum. Our stack is node.js and mongodb. I'm happy to chat with you over the phone or skype about what we're doing. We're just about to announce our public beta this month.

Email me at billy@tixit.me and mention you're from HN, I'd love to hear what you've been working on.

Check out more info about us at https://angel.co/tixit-1 and more info about the position at https://angel.co/tixit-1/jobs/114395-technical-co-founder

Thanks, Billy Tetrud, Founder at Tixit, billy@tixit.me

mb22 1 day ago 0 replies      
AtScale | San Mateo, CA | Scala Platform Engineer | Full Time, On Site | http://atscale.com

We build analytics software for big data platforms. Originally Hadoop, branching out to the new serverless platforms such as Big Query, Athena, etc.

Our Scala team is small and very highly skilled. Engineers are treated like adults. We do very sophisticated things that are often challenging and never boring. We have never used a recruiter to hire engineers. We are winning in our market. We are very good at Fantastic Gymnastics.

If interested, shoot an email to me matt@atscale.com.

Duber 16 hours ago 0 replies      
Plain Concepts | Barcelona, Spain | ONSITE

We are looking for a software crafts(wo)man to join our Barcelona team.

We are specialized in .Net and web (C#, HTML, CSS, JS, Node) yet lack of experience in .Net is not a problem as long as you are solid at software design and development.

Take a look at the offer: https://plainconcepts.workable.com/jobs/335899 and the web https://www.plainconcepts.com/

Also, I can answer any question you may have :)

alexzhu 1 day ago 0 replies      
AlphaSheets | San Francisco, CA | Frontend Developer (React) | Full-time (contractors welcome too) | Remote or onsite

What we're building: Collaborative, programmable spreadsheets. Think Google Sheets, but like this: http://www.alphasheets.com/videos/headliner.gif You can check more examples out at alphasheets.com.AlphaSheets marries the capabilities of spreadsheets (simple WYSIWYG calculation interface) with the full power of programming. We've gotten excitement from wall street quants, marketing analysts, pharmaceutical scientists, insurance analysts. Our broader audience is the burgeoning population of people who can write small bits of code but aren't full-on software engineers. We envision a future where tens of millions of people with these skills see AlphaSheets as their tool of choice for data analysis. Short video demo: http://d.pr/i/jK28.gif

1 yr+ React experience is a must. We have a React+ES6+Flow / Haskell stack. We love seeking leverage through good architecture, languages (Haskell!), frameworks, and tools. (Doesn't matter at all for this position if you don't know Haskell.) We're well funded (big seed round) and have 2 years' runway so we're not going away overnight. Our culture is one of efficient, open communication and rational decision-making. You'll be joining a founding team of 4 guys out of MIT.

Email our VP Eng (Ritesh Ragavender) at ritesh (at) alphasheets (dot) com.

HNtribal 1 day ago 0 replies      
TribalScale | Toronto, Canada | Orange County, California | Full time | Onsite | http://www.tribalscale.com/

TribalScale is a mobile first company that specializes in connected devices and the Internet of Things. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, TribalScale is a rapidly growing Product Development firm that aims to collide the physical and digital worlds. Our team members have a history of partnering with some of the worlds most premium brands, helping to shepherd businesses into the connected age. We are growing extremely fast and looking for talented software engineers to support that growth. Some of the platforms and environments that we have worked on and will be working on are: Mobile apps & Web Services (iOS, Android, Smartwatches, Google Glass & Other Wearables, Connected Home,Smart TVs, Beacon solutions

We're hiring for many roles including:

- Full Stack Web Engineer

- iOS Engineer

- Android Engineer

- UI/UX Designer

- Enterprise Solutions Architect

- Mobile QA

Please apply here https://tribalscale.workable.com or email tlui [at] tribalscale.com if youre interested in learning more.

ChuckMcM 1 day ago 0 replies      
Spectranetix | Sunnyvale CA | Onsite | http://spectranetix.com

Spectranetix is doing software defined radio research and development on a number of government contracts, the company is combining software and FPGA expertise to build best in class, multi-mission capable systems.

We have openings for at least 2 software engineers.

On the plus side the work is challenging, cutting edge, and meaningful. We aren't hung up on how old you are or whether or not you have a degree from the 'right' school. We're also right in the middle of Sunnyvale so relatively easy to get there from the South Bay.

On the down side you have to be US Citizen (sorry no green cards) and our salary flexibility is constrained by what is budgeted in the contract. One role is more data science focused doing feature extraction from real and synthetic data sets, and the other is more build a pipeline between multiple SDRs to visualize and quantify various radios that can be detected.

Principals only, we will not be able to accommodate any recruiters or placement services.

If you like interesting puzzles, have an affinity or interest in complex real time systems, you would find these opportunities interesting.

Stack: Vivado, C, ARM architectures, some C# and Java for some customer's UI work.

email chuck.mcmanis@spectranetix.com if you would like to hear more.

dwolfand 14 hours ago 0 replies      
United Income | Brand New FinTech Startup | Full Stack Engineer - Node, Python, Math-Focused | Onsite in Washington, DC | Full Time

We all are coming from a very successful startup that exited about 2 years ago. Time for round two. We have a great team and are continuing to hire. Currently looking for talented full stack engineers with experience in Node and Python. A background in math or statistics is a plus too! Stack includes React, AWS (API Gateway/Lambda), Node, Python, etc.

More information about us here:

* http://www.forbes.com/sites/janetnovack/2016/06/28/fintech-s...

* http://www.bizjournals.com/washington/blog/techflash/2016/06...

* http://dcinno.streetwise.co/2016/09/16/dc-tech-hellowallet-f...

Email david@unitedincome.com

guha 23 hours ago 1 reply      

Onsite in Silicon Valley or remote depending on role

Interview process: Video calls if you're distant or an in-person visit if you're local.

We are developing high-performance algorithms for truly big data, video analysis, NLP, and more. We solve deep technical challenges and are building offerings relevant to interesting real-world problems in a variety of fields. We are currently open to engineers with solid experience in CUDA, Mesos, deep neural networks, Scala, Clojure, and/or ScalaJS and React Native, as well as to enthusiastic developers who might lack this precise experience but are eager and able to learn. We also welcome interest from postdoctoral researchers or senior graduate students. We are interested in solving problems efficiently, and our polyglot architecture includes C++, Clojure, Scala, and Python.

We do not presently have openings for undergraduates (B.Sc. students).

Contact info@onai.com.

nchuhoai 1 day ago 0 replies      
Wellframe | Healthcare | Boston, Ma | Onsite/Fulltime https://www.wellframe.com

At Wellframe, we are building an intelligent care-management platform that allows health plans and care-delivery organizations to better manage large populations of complex patients. Because the most clinically complicated cases in a patient population tend to drive a majority of the costs, even seemingly small improvements in these patients well-being have dramatic benefits for the care provider. Wellframe focuses on improving patient health by providing personalized and adaptive care programs for people trying to recover from or manage serious health problems. We use the health data we collect in order to intelligently allot care resources to the specific needs of patients, paying special attention to the most-critical patients. Through clinical studies and working with large healthcare payers, we have seen that our platform improves patient outcomes, increases the capacity of care management teams and reduces costs of the care provider. We have a relatively small engineering team at about 10 engineers. What makes us unique is that we have a full time clinical team of doctors that work with us to break down clinical science so that we can build it back up into personalized and adaptive care programs.

We're currently looking for several mid/senior engineering positions (android, iOS, frontend, backend, infra/platform, sre) across our engineering team. More descriptions can be found on our jobs page (below). If you're in the area I'd love to just grab coffee regardless of whether or not you're actively looking to move -- I love talking to other passionate, driven people about what they do.

Our stack is native Android (Java) and iOS (Objective-C), our API is served in a Ruby on Rails monolith and Scala services, on top of MySQL, Cassandra, ElasticSearch and Spark. Our frontend is mostly Backbone + React, although some more complex state we are moving to Redux.

Jobs: https://www.wellframe.com/jobs Also feel free to reach out to me at nam@wellframe.com!

dotzenlabs 14 hours ago 0 replies      
RallyPoint (https://www.rallypoint.com) | Boston, MA | Senior Software Engineer | Onsite | Full Time

About the TeamWe are a small team tackling big problems. Were an open source shop using Rails and Ember to continuously deliver our app to desktop and mobile devices from AWS. We use MySQL, S3, and Redis for our data and ElasticSearch for searching. The team works together on front and back-end features, collaboration and communication are important. Every piece of code is peer-reviewed and automated tests are encouraged. We move fast with several deployments a day.

About the ProductWe are creating an application that improves the lives of military members and veterans by allowing them to build out their professional network, connect with other members of the military and veterans in a safe environment, and explore career opportunities both within the military (PCS opportunities) and in the private sector.

techjobs@rallypoint.com http://stackoverflow.com/jobs/130695/senior-software-enginee...

quiqueqs 15 hours ago 0 replies      
Picnic | www.picnic.nl | Amsterdam, Netherlands | Full-Time | Onsite, VISA

== About us ==

Picnic is the worlds fastest growing online supermarket with a simple mission: to make grocery shopping quick, easy and affordable for everyone.Our unique tech-driven approach enables us to work towards a greener and more sustainable future, with our fleet of 100% electric vehicles delivering fresh products from our warehouse to customers daily.

== Positions ==

Dev ops: http://stackoverflow.com/jobs/128573/devops-picnic

Java Developer: http://join.picnic.nl/jobs/java-developer/

Sys admin: http://join.picnic.nl/jobs/system-administrator/

Web Developer: http://join.picnic.nl/jobs/software-engineer-web-developer/

Data Engineer: http://join.picnic.nl/jobs/data-engineer/

jkarraker 1 day ago 0 replies      
ScriptDash | San Francisco, CA | Software Engineer | Full Time - Onsite | https://www.scriptdash.com

At ScriptDash we are using technology to re-design and re-build the pharmacy from the ground up to offer better patient care and improve people's lives. Justin Kan recently named us one of his 3 favorite recent startups (https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=12618741).

We believe that the status quo in the pharmacy industry is broken and were doing something about it. Were a VC funded ($6 million series A) technology startup based in San Francisco made up of ex-Facebook engineers. We offer free medication delivery in the Bay Area and were building an advanced technology platform to help patients manage and understand their medication therapy. We allow patients to text, call or email their pharmacists with any question and strive to provide an amazing patient experience. The pharmacy experience is completely broken, and we have a huge opportunity to use technology to improve the lives of millions of patients.

Our stack is Ruby on Rails, React, React Native, and Go. Were offering a competitive salary and a generous equity package.

More details at https://scriptdash.com/careers/software_engineer?gh_jid=5536...

tombenner 1 day ago 0 replies      
Entelo | San Francisco, CA | Full-time | Onsite

Entelo uses huge amounts of data and predictive analytics to help companies build great teams. Our ~20-person engineering team uses technologies like Ruby, Golang, JavaScript, Kubernetes, Docker, Kafka, Spark, and Redshift, and we already have customers like Facebook, Tesla, and Paypal. We ingest and parse up to 2 TB of social profile data per day, predict when people will change jobs, match people to jobs, and more.

We care deeply about promoting diversity in tech and being pleasant, collaborative folks; we were recently ranked as the #3 Best Place to Work by Glassdoor among small and medium companies. Join us as we continue to grow very quickly and discover new ways to merge machine learning, big data, and full-stack engineering to provide value to our customers!

We're hiring for many roles including:

* Architect

* Data Engineer

* Data Scientist

* Senior Backend Engineer

* Senior Software Engineer

* Software Engineer

If you're interested, check out our open positions at https://www.entelo.com/careers, or feel free to email me directly at tom at entelo dot com.

arsenerei 1 day ago 0 replies      
Staples SparX | San Mateo, CA or REMOTE | Full Time

Looking for:

 * Software Engineers (Clojure and JavaScript) * Dev Ops * Data Analysts * Data Scientists
SparX is a small engineering team focused on applying online machine learning and predictive modeling to eCommerce (impacting a 21 billion dollar business). Our service stack is 100% Clojure, service oriented with 10ms SLAs. Our data pipeline and model generation is Python and Spark. We apply engineering and data science to tough problems such as dynamic pricing, shipping estimations, personalized product recommendations, and multi-variate testing targeting 50 million users. We are always looking for talent in data science, engineering and devops. Bonus points if you can bridge 2 of these together. We love people with strong fundamentals who can dive deep.

We're a small team, so you will have an opportunity for a high-impact role, targeting over 50 million users. But our best perk is our colleagues: a diverse and extremely talented team of seasoned engineers and data scientists. We are located in San Mateo, walking distance from the Cal-Train station. Come visit or apply online at http://staples-sparx.com.

danecjensen 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Sock Club | Web Developer (Ruby on Rails, Javascript) | Austin, TX | FULL-TIME, ONSITE, www.sockclub.com

The retail landscape is shifting it's reorganizing from around the automobile to around the smartphone. We are working to capitalize on this change building a DNVB (digitally native vertical brand) and also working on the discovery problem for ecommerce.If you're interested in this opportunity contact me at dane@sotmclub.com

arthurcl 14 hours ago 0 replies      
Fujitsu RunMyProcess | Site reliability Engineer | Paris, France | ONSITE,VISA, https://www.runmyprocess.com

As an innovation subsidiary of the Fujitsu group we develop, operate and sell an innovative cloud platform that helps our customers build and run applications that connect people, processes and systems.

We are looking for a site reliability engineer to join our Devops team that is responsible for building and operating our platforms. Stack : AWS, CentOS, Ansible, Chef, Capistrano, JBoss, Docker, CoreOS, Prometheus and soon Kubernetes.

You will: * Take a leading role in the operation and maintenance of our production platforms. * Join the oncall rotation team. * Work closely with our devops and developers to build and scale our infrastructure constantly. * Partial remote work possible.

You profile: * 2+ years experience working as sysadmin, devops or related field in critical/demanding environment. * Linux and OSS passionate (we are CentOS centric). * Experienced with automation tools (Ansible). * Experienced with AWS.

Avoid the confidence gap, you do not have to match all the listed requirements exactly to apply.

Apply: Arthur Clment, arthur@runmyprocess.com

caffodian 1 day ago 0 replies      
PolicyStat | Carmel, Indiana or remote | full-time (remote)

A hospitals best tool for standardizing and implementing life-saving improvements are their written policies and procedures. PolicyStats mission is to improve healthcare delivery by making those policies and procedures easier to find, access, and enhance. Our clients (across 46/50 states) use our SaaS application to ensure that this critical information is correct, their staff can find it, and that it supports regulatory compliance.

In this role as our 5th engineer, an experienced software engineering generalist, you will be a critical part of our engineering team. You will spend time on all aspects related to delivering a great web application to our users. We're a small team, so you'll sometimes be asked to wear hats ranging from API design to algorithms and libraries to front-end engineering. Weve recently been freed from the tyranny of supporting Old IE, and were excited for the opportunity to improve interaction for the hundreds of thousands of people that rely on PolicyStat.

Tech stack: Django, Python, JavaScript, React, Trello, Hipchat, Vagrant, GitHub, Chef

We are a remote-friendly team, currently with members in Indianapolis, Vancouver, Brasov, Barcelona, and elsewhere.

Our interview process is mainly work sample based: one short screening work sample, human interviews, then a 3-4 hour work sample using our tech stack. No whiteboarding involved.

Interested? Apply through Greenhouse: http://grnh.se/jyx8101

wklaynman 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Justworks Inc: New York City, NY - Fulltime - Onsite Only - Will relocateDirector of Security - Front-end Engineers - Software Engineers - Security Engineers - Product Designers - Product Managers - Marketing Managers and more!http://bit.ly/1NMwpCp OR email jobs@justworks.com
sylvainkalache 11 hours ago 0 replies      
Holberton School | San Francisco | Software Engineer | ONSITE - Full-time

=== Who We Are ===A 2-year alternative to college training Full Stack Software Engineers using a peer-learning and project-based approach: no formal teachers, no lectures, students learn by practicing and collaborating with peers.

We are a team of 6, moving fast and positively impacting people's life.

=== Who We Are Looking For ===We are looking for a generalist Software Engineer to work on our tools and curriculum:-Tools: website, intranet, auto-review system and a bunch of other small tools-Curriculum: design, write and implement correction for projects given to the students

The job is both about interacting with software but also with humans (our students and mentors who are helping us building the curriculum)

The interview process is short and is focusing on passion and execution.

=== Interested? ===Shoot an email to sylvain@holbertonschool.com

rguldener 1 day ago 0 replies      
Avrios | Software Engineering (Frontend, Fullstack, Web) | Zurich | Full Time | ONSITE

Avrios is a very fast growing startup from Zurich which develops a SaaS platform that help companies manage their cars better. Thanks to Avrios our clients go from Excel & Paper mess to a neatly organized system with the push of a button.

We're a very international team of 25 and have a driven, customer focused culture: We believe in data, learning every day and a strong focus on details, which make our product a delight to use.

We are hiring on all parts of the stack:

Frontend Engineer/Web Developer (ES6/AngularJS) - https://avrios.workable.com/jobs/406217

Fullstack Engineer (Java + AngularJS) - https://avrios.workable.com/jobs/406218

Web Engineer/Web Developer (Python or NodeJS) - https://avrios.workable.com/jobs/417904

We are also hiring various business roles, you can find all positions here: https://avrios.workable.com/

And if you are curious for more just visit our website (unfortunately German only right now): https://www.avrios.com

Or get in touch with me directly at robin (at) <company name> (dot) com

tortillasauce 13 hours ago 0 replies      
Azarius | Amsterdam, The Netherlands | Full Stack PHP Developer | ONSITE

Azarius is looking for a Full Stack PHP hacker to help us develop our custom shopping software. We work in a small team, so you get to do a bit of everything. The job will involve mostly developing but also server maintenance and network maintenance. You'll be working with PHP 7, MySQL, Linux, LXC, Ansible, etc.

-- Who we are --

Since its humble beginnings in 1999 Azarius has become the world's largest online smartshop. Our mission is to give every European of age access to only the best smart- and headshop products.

We do this in a responsible and informative manner. This means that we only sell products we believe in and that we provide good, honest and complete information with each product we sell. This responsibility does not end after a product has been purchased. Each customer who buys a product at one of our webshops must be pleased with his or her shopping experience.

You can contact us at: gijs@azarius.net

phelm 16 hours ago 0 replies      
Pimloc | http://pimloc.com | London, UK | Deep Learning Researcher, Full Stack Developer

Founded in 2016 and headquartered within the heart of London in Somerset House, Pimloc Ltd is a machine learning company focussed on developing and enabling private and personalised image management solutions. Pimloc has successfully raised its first round of funding through its founders and UK business angels. The founding team includes some of the world's foremost thinkers in deep learning visual technology and computer vision application development across a range of fields.

We are looking for someone to research and train new deep learning based architectures and algorithms to improve our current solution as well as develop new ideas for the next generation of personalised image search.

We are also looking for a full stack developer to help design and develop a deep learning based AI image search system that can run on embedded devices as well as being deployed in the cloud. We need someone who is enthusiastic about all aspects of system design and code development whether it be programming DSPs or developing cloud infrastructure.

Read the full descriptions at http://pimloc.com/jobs or email jobs@pimloc.com for a chat.

ehin345 16 hours ago 1 reply      
Nutmeg | www.nutmeg.com | Vauxhall, London | Full Time | Onsite | Full Stack Web Developer, JavaScript Developer, Senior Java Developer | emilie@nutmeg.com

Nutmeg is an award-winning online FinTech company. We are transforming the industry by building intelligent investment portfolios for anyone with as little as 500 to invest and our growth continues at an explosive pace.

We are looking to enhance our team with the addition of Engineers, specifically Java, Front-end / JavaScript and Full Stack!

This is a fantastic opportunity for an Engineer to join a progressive environment, to be a part of a growing company which can offer development and exposure to greenfield projects.

We run a pure AWS-based cloud environment and deliver features using a continuous delivery approach. Our continuous delivery capability means that we are actively working to make sure our test infrastructure is as fast, automated and comprehensive as possible.

This is a challenging role with great rewards and we are excited for what the immediate future brings - get in touch with me for details: emilie@nutmeg.com - https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/search/?keywords=nutmeg&locati...

iperdomo 1 day ago 0 replies      
Akvo | Barcelona, Amsterdam, Stockholm | Full time | Platform Engineer | REMOTE | http://akvo.org/about-us/

Akvo is a non profit foundation, creating open source software and sensors. We focus on making international development and country governance more effective, transparent and collaborative.Our Development team is a diverse and distributed group across EU with clusters in Amsterdam, Stockholm and Barcelona.

 == Main tasks and responsibilities * Develop common/shared platform services in Akvo * Together with the team lead, coordinate architecture concerns between products * Provide technical direction to the rest of teams * Research existing FOSS components and assess the trade-offs (build vs buy) * Collaborate with QA and Ops teams to make better and more reliable software. == Requirements and competencies * Strong opinions, weakly held * You have developed complex systems under organizational constraints * You like mentoring developers and you're advocating good programming practices * You have JVM and Linux experience (performance and memory troubleshooting) * You have experience from fast growing organizations and/or Lean startup methodology == Interview process You'll have interviews via Skype/video, with Platform team lead, Head of Development and your potential colleagues. Please send motivation letter and resume to Ivn Perdomo <work[at]akvo.org>
More details at https://goo.gl/ZLnWwc

bchociej 1 day ago 0 replies      
Juristat | Frontend & Full-stack JS developers | Saint Louis, Kansas City | Remote/Onsite

Juristat is a legal analytics startup based in Saint Louis. We build intelligence products for patent attorneys and applicants.

We are currently looking for an experienced front-end developer with familiarity around modern front-end JS frameworks (Angular, React, ...), and an experienced full-stack JS developer comfortable with ES6/7, Node.js, Express, and so on.

Our engineering team is currently 5 developers, of which 4 are onsite in Saint Louis. We have a very laid back, autonomous work culture, and we provide lots of flexibility and support in terms of using the best tech and tools for the task at hand. We are on AWS and use JS almost entirely, but we never exclude other languages or tech if it's right for the job.

As for our interview process, it generally starts with looking at your code, then a video chat "phone screen" (if not in Saint Louis), and then an on-site interview to meet the team, see the office, and get to know you better. We'll make the final decision after all candidates have finished that process.

If you're interested, check out our careers page at https://www.juristat.com/careers/ or send resume, cover letter, code samples / Github, etc to jobs@juristat.com

danielnc 11 hours ago 0 replies      
Software Engineer (Back End) | CareMessage (YC W14) | REMOTE | FullTimeCareMessage is looking for a Software Engineer with Ruby on Rails experience to help build and maintain our web platform that streamlines care management and delivers interactive mobile programs to improve health outcomes. Youll be working on exciting projects like optimizing our Sidekiq queuing system, improving and building new integrations with Twilio, building our customer analytics code, and helping improve and maintain our own API. Our engineering team follows agile principles in a test driven development process. We are a remote first team that values open collaboration and shared ownership.

More Info: http://grnh.se/fhi2ql1

anthonylukach 1 day ago 0 replies      
Osprey Informatics | QA Developer/Product Owner | Calgary, AB, Canada | ONSITE

Help us build the visual layer of the Industrial Internet of Things. We have built a fault-tolerant SAAS product to manage a distributed network of cameras, sensors, and on-premise servers. We employ both Cloud and Fog computing architectures to ingest, process, and store hundreds of thousands of images daily. Data is processed utilizing a number of computer vision/machine learning techniques (eg convolutional neural networks).

Osprey Informatics is looking for a new team-member to take ownership of the developments QA process. This person should be a take-charge developer, have a strong desire to automate whenever possible, and possess a passion for quality and a sense of pride when a job is done right. Our development team is both a product development team as well as a research team in the area of Computer Vision and Machine Learning. We write software deployed both to the cloud and on-premise servers. We follow the Scrum Agile framework, use JIRA to drive all work and Confluence for documentation.

This is a unique position in that it straddles two roles.

- At least 5 years experience working in QA role

- At least 3 years experience with a scripting language (eg Python, BASH)

- Experience with testing methodologies (such as: Unit Testing, Integration Testing, System Testing, Acceptance Testing, Performance Testing)

- Excellent written and spoken communications skills

- Experience with Continuous Integration and Deployment

- Experience with Git and branching strategies

Email me at anthony@ospreyinformatics.com for more information.

danielnc 11 hours ago 0 replies      
Software Engineer (Integrations - HL7) | CareMessage (YC W14) | REMOTE | FullTimeCareMessage is looking for a Software Engineer with HL7 interface experience to help build and maintain integration solutions for connecting CareMessage with leading EMR systems. You will help build integrations that provide a seamless experience across the CareMessage web application and leading EMR systems. These integrations play a key role in improving the customer experience with our product and ensuring user growth. Our engineering team follows agile principles in a test driven development process. We are a remote first team that values open collaboration and shared ownership.

More Info: http://grnh.se/l6omh5

agilord 1 day ago 0 replies      
Agilord | Software Engineer | Budapest, Hungary | remote | https://www.agilord.com/

We are a small consulting shop, slowly moving to build bootstrapped products, currently looking for a frontend software engineer.

The candidate should be familiar with modern web technologies. Experience in writing games is a plus but not required. We build our new products with Dart (both frontend and backend), non-fancy SQL DB and common sense.

E-mail: jobs@agilord.com

holtbp 10 hours ago 0 replies      
Teespring | Sr. Full Stack Engineer | SF | https://teespring.com/

Join our awesome engineering team! We are building a platform to enable anyone with a design idea to create and sell custom T-shirts, totes, mugs and more!

Job descriptions:* SF: http://teespring.com/jobs?gh_jid=50923

Check out http://teespring.com/jobs for a complete list of non-engineering jobs.

Feel free to email me with any questions: brett.holt@teespring.com

johnrball 1 day ago 0 replies      
Namely | Product Manager | New York, NY | Full time (Onsite)

Namely is the first HR, payroll, and benefits platform employees actually love to use. People are at the center of everything we dofrom our platform to our staff. Our team embraces different ways of thinking, working, and succeeding together.

We are looking for a Product Manager with the following background:3-5+ years of Product Management experience working for a HR, Compensation Management or Talent Management vendorExperience in developing business cases, product requirements, use cases and product roadmapsThe ability to elicit customer business needs and spot market trends and opportunities.Experience with customer driven usability and hypothesis driven experimentationAn easy time talking with prospects and customers about the product vision, goals and product roadmapA proven track record of developing SaaS products using Agile development methodologiesSuperior communication skills with the ability to weave strategy, insights, priorities and plan forward into a structured and organized storyline at all levels of managementHigh energy, self-starter with a positive mindset and with a "can do" attitude. Must be persistent, ambitious, curious and creative

It is a great time to join an exciting team! Please feel free to email me directly at john@grayscalable.com


suchow 1 day ago 1 reply      
UC Berkeley | Software Engineer | Berkeley | Full-time, REMOTE, ONSITE, http://berkeley.edu

UC Berkeley is hiring a full-time software engineer to work on a DARPA-funded project to build next-generation methods for social science research [1]. The software engineer will join a team of scientists and engineers building Dallinger [2], an open-source platform that automates the full pipeline of crowd-sourced experimentation, from recruiting participants to managing the resultant data; think lab-on-a-chip or microfluidics, but with people. The position is a 2-year contract, renewable up to 3.5 years, and includes a comprehensive benefits package. The full job ad and instructions for applying can be found at http://bit.ly/2hCqGrj. Remote work is possible.

Our stack is Python, Flask, PostgreSQL, Redis, WebSockets, the SciPy stack, Jupyter notebooks, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, all on Heroku & AWS.

Note: if you responded to the January "Who is hiring?" post, no need to reapply we'll be reviewing applications this week.

[1] http://www.darpa.mil/news-events/2016-03-04

[2] https://github.com/Dallinger/Dallinger

Tsarbomb 1 day ago 0 replies      
Ontario Institute for Cancer Research | http://oicr.on.ca/ | Toronto | Full time | Onsite

We are looking for a senior backend developer with strong Java skills to join our team working on the International Cancer Genome Consortium (ICGC). You'll get to work on some really hard problems pushing data models and technologies to their limits. You'll get to write modern code in Java 8, play with cool technologies like Elasticsearch and Spark, all while working on open source projects which you can show off. We are talking about working with petabytes of data, billions of documents, and private and public clouds. Plus, you'll be working along side the most talented group of frontend/UI guys around.

You can take a gander at some of the code here: https://github.com/icgc-dcc

Our engineering blog is here: http://softeng.oicr.on.ca

So if you have some skills and/or interests in the areas of Java, Big Data, Cloud Tech, Micro Services, Docker, Python.... please apply!

You can find the posting here: https://www.recruitingsite.com/csbsites/oicr/JobDescription....

joshuakarjala 14 hours ago 0 replies      
Founders (https://founders.as) | Copenhagen, Denmark // Berlin | Full-time | Onsite

== ABOUT ==

Hackers in Residence (HIR) are hired by Founders to co-explore and co-found new projects. In our studio you will work together with designers, product managers, data scientists and growth marketers exploring new ideas and building prototypes.

When a prototyped idea shows promise we create a roadmap of how to turn it into a launchable product together. We then ruthlessly validate the product in the open market, looking for traction. If it takes off, we then transform it into an independent company with you as a co-founder.

You can read much more about the journey: https://medium.com/@joshuakarjala/come-hack-away-with-us-273...

== APPLY ==


rwalker 1 day ago 0 replies      
Apple, Inc. | Cupertino

Apples Siri is looking for exceptional engineers, designers, and project managers well versed in machine learning, natural language, speech recognition, server automation, and/or mobile software development. Siri is used on countless iOS, tvOS and watchOS devices and handles over a billion requests per week.

If youre passionate about media, home automation, automated testing, building tools, or one of a variety of our open positions, youll be right at home!

Apply online or send a resume and a feature request to brittanyd@apple.com.

NewsNow 17 hours ago 0 replies      
Web Developers / News Algorithm Developers / Programmatic Advertising Engineers | NewsNow.co.uk | Folkestone, Kent | Full-time, permanent

We may be a top ten UK media publisher, our websites loved by millions. Yet despite our huge success, we've jealously protected our start-up culture over the past 20 years. Which means today, we're still a company where everyone who joins us gets to make a massive impact. Our ethos and news product are well proven, but we know we've more to do to be the best site on the web for those seeking news from all the angles.

We currently have three opportunities:

- As a /Web Developer/, you will work directly with our Founder & CEO on a wide array of UI/UX challenges.

- As a /News Algorithm Developer/, you will work directly with our Founder & CEO developing an entirely new news product for the site, which will eventually replace the site's homepages.

- As a /Programmatic Advertising Engineer/, you will work directly with our Founder & CEO, driving the company's commercial success as an industry leader in development and application of programmatic advertising technologies.

We have positions in our strategically located office in Folkestone, Kent - an ideal commute from Canterbury, Ashford and Dover areas.

If you like the sound of us, wed love to hear about you. Please get in touch!http://www.NewsNow.co.uk/careers/

nkane213 1 day ago 0 replies      
Transfix | New York City | Front-end Engineers, Full-stack Engineers, Data Engineers | Full-time onsite

At Transfix, our vision is to efficiently move any freight to anyplace in the world over land, sea, or air, starting with trucking. We work to make logistics effortless, fair, and efficient through the use of software. Come move atoms with bits.

We've raised our Series B, and just got named one of the top 10 startups to watch in NYC by Inc: http://www.inc.com/zoe-henry/10-new-york-startups-to-watch-i...

- Our stack is currently React/Redux and Aurelia on the front-end, and Rails/Node/Lambda on Docker for the backend. But we have lots of green-field projects ahead to try new stuff.- We're well-funded with founders who deeply understand the domain we're serving (the freight logistics industry), and several were early employees at Gilt Groupe.- We're all about constant learning as an engineering team through code reviews, experimenting with new tools, and internal tech talks and doing meetups in NYC.

Our interview consistent of a short technical video chat (with a Transfix engineer) interview followed by half-day on-site where you'll meet various team members (including the co-founders) and go through a more coding problems.I'm a front-end engineer at Transfix and think it's an amazing place to solve complicated, real-world problems. Feel free to email me with questions (nathankane@transfix.io), or apply directly at https://jobs.lever.co/transfix

ewmy 1 day ago 0 replies      
London, UK - Pusher - https://pusher.com/ - Full time - Onsite Only

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

Our engineering team is based in Shoreditch, London. We are looking for engineers who want to work on interesting problems in a production environment, and take responsibility for the real-world operation of a large and increasingly distributed system. Our software stack is built around Go, Ruby, Node.JS, Redis, MySQL, Git, Puppet and Ansible.

Our standard interview process is pretty straightforward: two Skype interviews and a half-day onsite technical interview covering real-world problems we've experienced (https://blog.pusher.com/heres-what-i-learned-from-3-months-o...), with travel and accommodation expenses paid.

We are currently hiring Software Engineers, Cloud Infrastructure Engineers and for people to join our Graduate programme. We also have several roles open in sales and marketing.

More information at https://pusher.com/jobs

dekobon 1 day ago 0 replies      
Joyent | San Francisco or Seattle (Remote Possible)

Senior Solutions Engineer


6+ years experience developing software and experience working in more than one language, one of which is Java (Node.js and Golang experience a plus) Experience in deploying and maintaining applications and systems with one or more infrastructure automation and configuration management tools (e.g.: Chef, Puppet, Terraform, Packer, Ansible) Awareness of Docker and trends in modern applications and operations, including schedulers or orchestrators (e.g., Kubernetes, Mesos, Nomad, etc.) Experience deploying and managing both noSQL databases (e.g., Cassandra) and SQL databases (e.g., MySQL) in production Experience designing the architecture of a multi-service application and have helped maintain it in an enterprise setting Experience with AWS core IaaS services (EC2, S3, DynamoDB, VPC) Familiarity with Triton and Manta products Contributed to an open source project Willingness to travel 1-2 weeks per month. Occasional extended trips.

Added Bonus

Fluent in English and Korean Experience with Node.js and JVM languages Hands on experience using Docker Experience working within a global multi-national corporation About Joyent Joyent delivers container-native infrastructure, offering organizations high-performance, yet simple public cloud and private cloud software solutions for todays demanding real-time web and mobile applications.

Please send an email to jobs@joyent.com with a brief introduction, a copy of your resume and (optionally) a link to your profile on LinkedIn.

BMarkmann 1 day ago 0 replies      
Counterpoint Consulting | www.c20g.com

Location: Vienna, VA (near Washington, DC)

Counterpoint creates sustainable competitive advantage for our clients through business and workforce automation solutions. We create software which lets machines deal with administrivia while enabling people to focus on the parts of their work that matter most.We are looking to hire new software developers and consultants who are passionate about technology, who relish the opportunity to work in a dynamic, small company culture and who have a strong entrepreneurial spirit.

 -- Associate Consultant -- Experience Level: 0-3 yrs JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Work directly with our customers to translate business needs into technical solutions Analyze business problems Work independently or cooperatively within software development teams REQUIREMENTS: * Demonstrated record of excellence inside and outside of the classroom * Software development experience or interest in pursuing a career in technology -- (Senior) Consultant -- Experience Level: 3-6 yrs NON-TECHNICAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: * Work directly with our customers to translate business needs into technical solutions * Analyze business problems * Work independently or cooperatively within software development teams TECHNICAL EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: * Java, Java Web Frameworks and / or .NET professional development experience * Web Development Technologies and Libraries (HTML, JS, CSS, jQuery) * Relational Databases & SQL * BPM development experience (esp. Appian, Cordys, Metastorm, Activiti)

guitarjosh 12 hours ago 0 replies      
Mass General Hospital - Center for Clinical Data Science | Machine Learning Data Scientist and Software Engineer | Boston, MA| ONSITE | Full Time | https://www.mgh-ccds.com/

The Center for Clinical Data Science at Massachusetts General Hospital is focused on creating, promoting and commercializing AI for healthcare.

We are:-A fast-growing startup within one of the worlds oldest academic medical centers

-A data-obsessed team of machine learning gurus, software engineers, doctors and scientists

-A place where innovative products are born, tested and put into clinical practice

-A community of researchers and industry partners with a passion to improve human health

Interview Process: Initial Phone call, project + second call, on-site interview

You can email us directly at info@mgh-ccds.com or jymoore@partners.org.

w8rbt 1 day ago 0 replies      
Virginia Cyber Range | Blacksburg, VA | Cloud Application Developer | REMOTE | https://listings.jobs.vt.edu/postings/71822

The Virginia Cyber Range is a Commonwealth of Virginia initiative with a mission to enhance cybersecurity education in our high schools, colleges, and universities. The Cyber Range will provide an extensive courseware repository for educators and a cloud-hosted environment for hands-on cybersecurity labs and exercises for students.

The Virginia Cyber Range was proposed by Governor McAuliffe in spring 2016 as part of his vision to boost Virginias cybersecurity industry through strategic educational investments. The Cyber Range is led by an executive committee representing public institutions that are nationally recognized centers of academic excellence in cybersecurity within the Commonwealth.

If interested, please apply at the link above and mention Hacker News.

robbomacrae 1 day ago 1 reply      
SoundHound | NLU Engineers & other roles | Santa Clara / San Francisco / Toronto / Sacaramento / Baltimore | ONSITE - http://soundhound.com/careers

I'm an NLU / Data Engineer at SH. We've just raised $75 Million from NVIDIA, Samsung, KP and others to take on Amazon, Google in AI with our "Collective AI" Houndify platform. Houndify has the worlds fastest speech recognition and most sophisticated natural language understanding.

Things have come a long way since our leaked demo video took top spot on Reddit a year ago!


If you have any questions you'd like to ask an engineer here just email me: rob at (company name) dot com.

adamd_shieldai 1 day ago 0 replies      
Shield AI | San Diego, CA | Full-Time | Onsite | US Citizen

We protect service members and innocent civilians with artificially intelligent systems. With regard to ground combat missions, Shield AI's goal is to reduce American and civilian casualties to 0 by 2030. Along the way, we hope to inspire other entrepreneurs to help this community - which is under-served by tech companies. Help us advance the field of autonomous navigation, perception, and multi-agent operations. Expect challenging work, broad responsibility, brilliant colleagues, lots of fun, and the chance to make a meaningful difference in the lives of millions of people.

We're looking to hire:

- Software Engineers | $70K $120K | up to 0.5% equity

- Machine Learning Engineers | $70K $120K | up to 0.5% equity

Focused on solving challenging problems in robotics on small aerial vehicle platforms.

Feel free to apply at https://angel.co/shield-ai/jobs or send me an email adam.dorwart@shieldai.com


HoyaSaxa 1 day ago 0 replies      
Narmi (Techstars NYC '17)| New York, NY (NYC) | Full Time | ONSITE | https://www.narmitech.com

Narmi is helping the 10,000+ community banks and credit unions in the United States reinvent themselves with better online and mobile banking. We want to create a more diverse and engaging financial ecosystem by empowering these institutions to compete with the top 10 banks that hold almost half of all deposits in the United States currently.

Narmi was founded by two Georgetown University alums who previously worked as CEO and CTO of a $18 million credit union and also at some of the largest banks in the world. We are looking for engineer #3 and #4. Even if you don't think you are an exact fit for one of our current openings, we'd still love to talk. We are always looking for well-rounded engineers that have expertise in AWS, Ansible, Terraform, Swift/Objective-C (iOS), Java (Android), python (Django), visual design/UI/UX, and/or security.

The interview process entails a call to get to know each other, followed by a half-day in-person interview that includes a code pairing session.

* Full Stack Engineer * Mobile Engineer

You can learn more and apply via email[1] or AngelList[2]. Please make sure to include you came from HN! [1] Email published on this page https://www.narmitech.com/careers [2] https://angel.co/narmi/jobs

JoryFormlabs 12 hours ago 0 replies      
Formlabs | Boston, MA | Onsite | Full-time | Applications Engineer

Sound interesting? Learn more here: http://grnh.se/ipwv0r1

THE COMPANY: We are a passionate team of engineers, designers, and problem-solvers who make 3D printing tools for professionals. Started out of MIT in 2011, Formlabs is committed to bringing innovative and sophisticated fabrication tools into the creative hands of designers, engineers, and artists around the world. We just raised $35 Million in our series B.

JOB DESCRIPTION: Be one of the first to work with unreleased resins and help realize their potential by immersing yourself in advanced processes, ranging from industrial moldmaking and digital dentistry to contemporary craft. Use your technical know-how and curiosity to develop resources that help our customers be successful to engage new audiences and ultimately drive sales. If youre more interested in the digital workflow than post-print processes, help us evaluate and recommend end to end solutions, incorporating scanning, 3D modelling or parametric design. The applications team pursues projects that are high risk / high reward, so a good sense of priority and personal project management is required.

YOU WILL:* Propose, research and develop highly visual demos that will translate well online.

* Collaborate and support customers already doing amazing things, providing input and friendly guidance to build mutually beneficial relationships that we can convert into content marketing.

* Stay up to date with the latest trends and popular topics in the industry, benchmarking competitors and advising development teams so we can offer industrial solutions at a fraction of the cost.

* 3D modeling, 3D printing, writing, documentation, part finishing, experimentation, strategy and communication.

Sound interesting? Learn more here: http://grnh.se/ipwv0r1

treyreynolds 1 day ago 0 replies      
Abilitie | Full-Stack Software Engineer | Austin, TX | Full-Time | http://www.abilitie.com

Abilitie is an energetic 10-person company located at the Capital Factory in the heart of downtown Austin. We've built a profitable business creating multi-player business strategy games for corporate training. Our award-winning simulations are used in 20 countries and by many Fortune 2000 companies.

Were looking for a Full-Stack Software Engineer to join the team building both the new Nextvite platform as well as aid in supporting our simulation-based learning apps. In this role, you will be responsible for growing and supporting architecture, implementation, testing, and deployment of our web and mobile application.

We offer a competitive salary, health insurance, parking, a stipend to purchase your development machine, and opportunities for domestic and international travel (not required), along with many other perks that come with working at the Capital Factory in Austin!

Apply here: http://www.abilitie.com/full-stack-software-engineer

mprodywus84 1 day ago 0 replies      
Keyboarding Without Tears | Gaithersburg, MD | Front End Developer Software EngineerJob Duties:

8Design, develop, implement, and test front end administrative and student facing technical products.Collaborate with back-end and full stack developers to enhance the user experience.Work closely with UX and visual design teams to develop creative solutions that take into consideration the technical, organizational, schedule, and business requirements.Collaborate with support engineers and customer experience teams to understand customers' needs.Work closely with product owner, business analyst and customer experience team to understand use cases and user needs.Problem solve for digital product developmentDevelop sites with responsive-designed adaptive technologies to meet the variable needs of differing browsers on multiple devices.Develop cutting edge code for digital products.Write technical documentation related to processes and specifications.*Troubleshoot general scripting and code issues.

More information/apply here: https://hwtears.applicantpro.com/jobs/475251.html

reddineer 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Reddit | San Francisco, CA | Full-time | Onsite

"The front page of the internet - https://github.com/reddit/reddit

Reddit is comprised of thousands of user-run communities, each with its own front page, unique focus, and moderator team. Founded in 2005, Reddit is a place for community, conversation, and connection with over 250 million users worldwide. Youll help build the exciting features, services, and infrastructure tools needed to fuel the next wave of Reddits growth and get to directly see the impact of your work on hundreds of millions of users around the world.

The company is really great to work for with tons of amazing benefits (weekly massages, breakfast & lunch, vacation stipend, unlimited vacation, and tons more) and a great culture. It's rapidly growing, so we're hiring for many different engineering roles including:

* Backend Engineer (primarily using Python)

* Data Engineer

* Data Scientist

* Full-stack Engineer

* Frontend Engineer (primarily using Node.js, React, and Redux)

* Senior Software Engineer - Android, iOS, Backend, Full-Stack, Frontend

* Senior DevOps Engineer

If you're interested, check out our open positions at https://about.reddit.com/careers/#jobs-16253 and feel free to email me directly at reddineer at gmail dot com for any info/referrals.

darose 10 hours ago 0 replies      
Dailymotion | Multiple roles | NY, NY | Full-time, on-site | Visa | http://jobs.dailymotion.com/en/offers#departments=1#loc=Unit...

Dailymotion, the global video-hosting company, is looking to fill multiple roles to help us staff up a green-field project, building out a new ad-tech platform from the ground up. Hiring for multiple tech positions, including Front-end Engineer, Data Science, and Big Data Engineer, as well as more senior roles.

g_delgado14 1 day ago 0 replies      
Homigo | Various | Toronto ONSITE or REMOTE

Homigo is a virtual home manager for busy homeowners. We put homes on autopilot by offering a text-based concierge for on-demand services, an online home management dashboard, and a fully automated, preventative maintenance strategy for every unique home. Homigo makes home maintenance seemingly disappear.

Full-stack engineer: http://www.homigo.com/careers/softwareengineer

Product Designer:http://www.homigo.com/careers/productdesigner

Visual Designer:http://www.homigo.com/careers/visualdesigner

We're backed by 500 Startups Mountain View, Creative Destruction Lab & quickly growing. Currently situated in Toronto.

If you are interested please email gio@homigo.com or visit our careers pages.

superscalar 1 day ago 1 reply      
Gambit Research Ltd (http://gambitresearch.com) | London, UK | ONSITE | Full time

At Gambit we research and manage automated sports betting algorithms on behalf of our clients. Their algorithms run on our proprietary execution platform which interfaces with a large variety of bookmakers and exchanges, enabling access to the best prices and massive liquidity.

Our distributed, concurrent system has a core written in Erlang, which interacts with a wide variety of Python processes across the rest of the business. Some of the other technologies we use are: Linux (Ubuntu, CentOS), Docker, Kubernetes, Ansible, C, C++, Julia, R, Go, JavaScript, AngularJS, ReactJS, Django, PostgreSQL, Redis, Apache Spark, Apache Kafka, RabbitMQ, Celery, Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana, Graphite, Sentry, Git, GitLab.

We have a very flat hierarchy and an emphasis on employee freedom. We encourage our team to work on projects that interest them, as we believe people are happiest and most productive when intellectually stimulated. You don't need to be interested in sports or betting.

We're actively hiring for the following positions:

 - Software developer 
More information can be found at http://gambitresearch.com/jobs.html

aidos 1 day ago 0 replies      
Rapid Tender | Junior Frontend Developer | London, UK | Full-Time, Onsite, www.countfire.com (www.rapidtender.com)

Are you super inquisitive? When you don't understand why something happens are you filled with a need to dig deeper? We're looking for an enthusiastic junior developer to be the 3rd developer on our team. You'll be doing all sorts of work but we're after someone with an eye for detail on the frontend.

We (Rapid Tender) make software (Countfire) for the construction industry. I know, enterprise software doesn't sound exciting but we do really interesting work. The technology you will learn includes (but is not limited to); python, flask, js, react, angular, sql, postgres and linux.

We're looking for somebody with a thirst for knowledge. We will be collaborating directly and you will be given all the support you need to progress rapidly to an experienced developer. My expectation is that what you're missing in experience, you will make up for in enthusiasm and a desire to learn.

Email aidan@rapidtender.com for more details (no recruiters please)

adamilardi 1 day ago 0 replies      
eBay | www.ebay.com | New York | NYC | Full Time | ONSITE | jobs@ebaynyc.com | VISA ok

We are hiring data scientists to change the way eBay does advertising. eBay's old advertising strategy was 3rd party focused (Ads that sent people off eBay). Our CEO said during our last earning call that strategy has changed. We need ads that keep people on eBay and offer better choices for our buyers. We are the team blowing up the old strategy and doing something better. You can move the needle when it comes to eBay's profit. We are a small team in a growing remote office. This is a unique opportunity to learn search engine and recommendation technology which rank eBay's 1+ billion active items. We apply cutting edge machine learning techniques on petabytes of data and thousands of Spark/YARN nodes. This includes deep learning, XGBoost and online learning. We welcome recent grads and experienced candidates alike. Our interview consists of two phone screens. Then you come onsite to meet the team and do a code test.

jobs@ebaynyc.com | Ask for Adam

adam-p 1 day ago 0 replies      
Psiphon | https://psiphon.ca | Toronto, Canada - ONSITE

= What we do =

We develop and operate Psiphon, an Internet censorship circumvention network that helps millions of people in freedom-restricted countries access uncensored Internet every day.

We work at the leading edge of circumvention technology, where the latest network protocol and endpoint obfuscation research is rapidly deployed into production around the world. Our tasks include censorship technology research, server and client software development, and operation of a dynamic, global network of thousands of proxy servers.

Were a small team (8 developers) looking for skilled and enthusiastic people to join us.

= Tech stack =

Our entire system is open source, check it out at https://bitbucket.org/psiphon/psiphon-circumvention-system and https://github.com/Psiphon-Labs/psiphon-tunnel-core

We use Java (Android app), Obj-C (iOS app), C++ (Windows app), Go (cross-platform core client and server), Python/JavaScript/C/shell script (server-side stack), ElasticSearch/Logstash/Kibana (stats), and more.

= Contact =


dorrab 1 day ago 3 replies      
IBM Canada | Eclipse OMR Developer | Toronto, ON | Full-time, ONSITE | https://ibm.biz/BdsBQD

The IBM Runtime Technologies team is looking to hire motivated software developers to join our mission to nurture an open source community around the Eclipse OMR toolkit for language

runtimes (https://www.eclipse.org/omr).

We develop the Just-In-Time compiler for various language runtimes (Java, JavaScript, Python, Ruby etc.) built on Eclipse OMR: https://github.com/eclipse/omr. The IBM runtime compiler team

also ports and optimizes industry standard open runtimes such as Google V8 and Node.js. We contribute industry-leading performance and capabilities across multiple hardware platforms

(Intel, ARM, IBM Power and z Systems) and operating systems (Windows, Linux, AIX, z/OS).

We are looking for software developers comfortable in an environment that is predominantly C and C++ based, but also willing to go down to the assembly language level. Polyglot skills are

an asset, as we work in a variety of exhibited scripting languages.

We want to hear from you, please apply here: https://ibm.biz/BdsBQD

_bAp_ 1 day ago 0 replies      
MakeMeReach | Paris, France (near Opera) | Full Time | Onsite

MakeMeReach is a fast-growing social ad tech company. We empower agencies (Havas, Dentsu-Aegis, GroupM...) and advertisers (Meetic, BlaBlaCar, LOccitane...) to outperform their campaigns on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, at scale.

Our solution leverages a cutting-edge platform that automates and optimizes all social ads campaigns in one place, and a team of performance marketing experts who maximize ads efficiency.

Our intuitive tool and team expertise are leading to success thousand customers in hundred countries. MakeMeReach is vetted by Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as an Official Partner.

We are looking for a Full-Stack Software Engineer to join our amazing team.You will be part of a human-size, fun and fast-moving team and you will have a direct impact on the product.We would like someone who can learn quickly and play ping-pong at a professional level (last point optional).

Stack : HHVM (Hack), Angular, MongoDB, Coffeescript, Node.js, Ping-Pong, Foosball

Advantages : Startup experiencing exponential growth, Attractive wages, Amazing office in the center of Paris, Autonomy, Fun environnement, ...

Website : http://makemereach.com/

Apply : https://makemereach.workable.com/

Culture : https://www.instagram.com/make_me_reach/

rabidonrails 1 day ago 0 replies      
Phaxio | Chicago | Full-time | REMOTE OK (U.S. only)

A bit about us: Phaxio is a simple, yet powerful, faxing API (you heard that right, faxing). We power small companies from places like YC and Techstars to major banks and Fortune 100 companies.Who we're looking for: As a full stack developer at Phaxio, you will be working with a variety of technologies on the front and back end. We recently rewrote our API in Rails and just rolled out a whole new look and feel.

On an average day you might find yourself: - Updating chef recipes to deploy a new service- Working to add a new feature to our Rails web dashboard or the flagship API- Tweaking our packer or vagrant development setup to optimize dev time for other engineers- Using Wireshark to diagnose issues with one of our carriers- Improving fabric scripts we use to automate our infrastructure on AWS- Answering a technical support ticket that involves a feature you created- Work on an open source library that helps developers or even non-technical end-users integrate with Phaxio

For interviews: After a brief conversation to make sure that we're all on the same page, we'll send over an interesting issue for you to diagnose and solve. Nobody looking over your shoulder or breathing down your neck :)

If you're interested, send an email to howard at Phaxio.com

razvanh 1 day ago 0 replies      
University of Iowa Health Care | Web Developer/Designer | Iowa City, IA USA | Full-time, ONSITE

The UI Health Care Marketing and Communications Web Team provides support for the major consumer facing web properties of UI Health Care, mainly uihc.org and uichildrens.org. We are a small team that keep things interesting by working on a diverse range of projects.We are looking for a talented web developer to join us, on site in Iowa City. Most of the work consists in building new features and fixing bugs on the two Drupal 7 websites mentioned above. There is quite a bit of interaction with non-technical peers and you should be comfortable communicating and providing support to people with different backgrounds and skillsets.Well-qualified candidates will have strong development and problem solving skills and an exceptional ability to communicate highly technical concepts to any audience. The ideal candidate will also have experience with all aspects of the lifecycle of a web application: wireframing, design, frontend & backend coding.


little-wheel 1 day ago 0 replies      
Little Wheel | Front-end Developer | London | ONSITE | 40k-100k

Little Wheel builds in-house software for a gambling syndicate. This software distributes profitable play strategies to players, and keeps track of bets placed, flow of money and earnings.

What we need: We're looking for junior and senior front-end developers.

Essential skills: JavaScript, HTML, CSS.

Hiring process: phone call, in-person interview (chat and coding).

Pay: 40k-100k, depending on experience/skills/role.

Apply: email dan@littlewheel.co.uk with a CV/Github/anything interesting.

jbk 1 day ago 0 replies      
VideoLabs | Software Developer | Paris, France | REMOTE, INTERNS

We are VideoLabs (http://videolabs.io), a company around the open source technologies of VideoLAN and VLC (http://videolan.org/)

We are currently looking for a few engineers (and Interns) on a few positions: * C and C++ engineers, with knowledge of either multimedia or system programming, on Linux; * C++ Windows engineers, not afraid of Win32 or WinRT; * iOS/macOS engineers, doing both UI and lower-level Apple APIs; * Go developers to develop some webservices.

The topics we're going to cover this year are related to VR, emscripten and the usual mobile ports of VLC.

We're open to remote, interns and other special cases. Speaking French is clearly not necessary to work for us.

Email: jobs@videolabs.iohttp://videolabs.io

nphippen 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Convergys Analytics | DENVER, CO |Full-time | remote/office/your choice

Convergys is a multinational corporation of over 140,000 employees worldwide and a leader in call center management. Our team, Convergys Innovations Analytics, is a cutting edge research and development program focused on keeping Convergys ahead of the competition.

* C# .NET MVC DEVELOPER* +1 if you have a keen eye for design!==> https://goo.gl/BxZwzp

kepano 1 day ago 0 replies      
Lumi (YC W15) | https://www.lumi.com | Los Angeles, CA | Frontend/React Engineers | REMOTE OK | Fulltime

Lumi helps e-commerce brands design and order packaging online. We're solving complex supply chain problems involving everything from turning vector-based designs into production-ready artwork, to bringing elegance to the complex systems of pricing, manufacturing, shipping and freight in the packaging industry.

Our stack: React, Node, Haskell, HapiJS, RethinkDB. As an engineer at Lumi, you'll become an important part of our dynamic and productive team. You will be leading projects building the architecture of our customer-facing site and backend tools.

Because of our small team and rapid development cycle you'll have the opportunity to work on a wide variety of projects and interact closely with the design and strategy of Lumi. Expertise with Javascript is required. Our stack consists of React, HapiJS, RethinkDB and Node. Our admin-facing tools are built in Haskell and React.

You can apply by going here: https://www.lumi.com/jobs/apply or contact me directly stephan@lumi.com

elwatto 1 day ago 0 replies      
Elevate (Apple App of the Year 2014) | iOS Engineer | San Francisco, CA | Onsite | elevateapp.com

Elevate is a cognitive training tool that was the recipient of Apple's App of the Year award and Google's Editors' Choice distinction. It has been downloaded more than 13 million times, helping users around the world build critical communication and analytical skills.

We're looking for an experienced mobile developer who has a passion for building great user interfaces, knows the value of small details and believes in software that helps its users. We are an agile team looking to make our customers' lives better by building the future of cognitive training and proactive mental health.


* Working closely with product, games, and content teams to build great mobile experiences

* Keeping up with platform changes and adapting Elevate as they happen


* Shipped at least one iOS app

* Passion for user interface and user experience

* Experience testing your own work and communicating with QA when you can't

Bonus points:

* Experience with C++

* Experience with building web-backed applications

* Experience with OpenGL

* Experience building complex CoreAnimation

* Interest in cognitive training and educational technology

* Interests in test-driven development and software development best practices


* Deliciously healthy chef-cooked meals

* Equity

* Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance

* 401k plan

To learn more or apply, please visit http://elevateapp.theresumator.com/

dargueta 1 day ago 0 replies      
Pinterest - San Francisco & Seattle - ONSITE | INTERNS (freshmen)https://careers.pinterest.com/careers/engineering

- Android- iOS- Ads infra- Homefeed infra- Payments infra- Traffic engineering- Infosec- Data science & engineeringand more

Tech stack: Python, JavaScript (Node & React), Java, C++, Go, Elixir

dbuxton 1 day ago 0 replies      
Arachnys | senior and junior engineers | London (UK) or NYC (USA) | On-site

Arachnys makes software to help banks manage know-your-customer checks and anti-money laundering (KYC/AML). It's what's perhaps most broken about banks - the FT recently said that they are spending $270B/year on compliance! - and we're helping to fix it. Our customers are tier-1 financial institutions and large multinationals.

At the moment we're looking for generalist engineers of any experience level. We work in Python, Go, Java and JavaScript. We have two projects with over 1k stars on GitHub (one just broke 3k https://github.com/arachnys). We're always looking to open source more.

Our small, tight-knit team has a can-do mentality and isn't scared to use new tools when they are the right ones for the job. We have a relentless focus on quality of delivery, while not being scared of pushing back on customer demands. (A tier-1 bank recently told us that we were the first supplier that had asked them, "Why?", about their requirements.)

Drop me a line (email in profile) if any questions.

Email jobs@arachnys.com to apply, linking to your GitHub or some other code that you think tells a good story about you.

cpeel 1 day ago 0 replies      
BlackSky Global | http://www.blacksky.com | Seattle WA | Relocation | ONSITE | Full-time

BlackSky Global, a service of Spaceflight Industries, is hiring Software Development Engineers in Test (SDETs) in Seattle WA and Herndon VA as we build out our constellation of 60 imaging satellites and the ground systems that communicate with them. We launched our first satellite, Pathfinder-1, in September 2016. Our next launch is scheduled for later this year.

Ground System SDET

In Seattle WA we're hiring a Ground System SDET to work alongside our ground systems dev team as we build out our next generation ground systems platform. This includes the software operators use to task the satellites, the software running on our ground stations to communicate with the satellites, and the telemetry infrastructure used to track and monitor it all. Want to work on software used to control satellites in space? This is the team for you!

* Stack: Python 3.6 (with asyncio, aiohttp & flask), unittest, RESTful APIs, Docker on CoreOS with Nomad, ElasticSearch, LogStash, Kibana, Redis, Consul, Vault, Terraform, Vagrant, GovCloud (plus radios, antennas, and satellites)

* https://www.blacksky.com/detail-job/job_20161030221054_7WKMY...

Platform SDET

In Seattle WA or Herndon VA we're hiring a Platform SDET to work with developers and other testers to validate all aspects of our imaging and analytics platforms. This includes UX testing, feature validation, API-level unit testing, integration testing, and scale & performance testing. While some of this work will be manual, the focus will be on writing and running automated tests and integrating those into an automated regression suite. You will work closely with our DevOps team as we drive the organization to a true continuous integration model.

* Stack: Node.js, AngularJS, React/Redux, Karma, Mocha, Java, GitHub, CircleCI, AWS

* https://www.blacksky.com/detail-job/job_20161030214322_SXA3R...

Apply online at the links above or email me directly at <my_HN_username>@blacksky.com.

kasrak 1 day ago 1 reply      
Airtable | Software Engineer | San Francisco | Onsite, full-time, https://airtable.com

Airtable is a collaborative real-time database. Our mission is to expand human productivity by letting people create tools to organize their world. Unlike single-purpose apps, we think of Airtable as a toolkit of building blocks that people can repurpose to create their own applications. Our product roadmap is filled with interesting enhancements and additions to this toolkit that will push the boundaries of Airtable's capabilities.

We're hiring engineers for web (JS, Node, React), iOS (Objective-C, Swift), and Android.

People love Airtable: https://twitter.com/airtable/timelines/566728799115440128

We're a small team, with backgrounds from Google, Facebook, Microsoft, etc. We believe in the power of highly motivated and capable individuals to accomplish great things in small teams, with end-to-end ownership of projects and rapid iteration. Weve raised over $10 million in funding.

You can apply here: https://airtable.com/jobs

ethanjdiamond 1 day ago 0 replies      
Mobile Software Engineer - iOS/Android | Seattle, WA | Full Time | ONSITE

98point6 is an early-stage technology company in stealth mode. Our goal is simple were seeking to revolutionize the healthcare industry by applying leading-edge data science to greatly reduce the cost of primary care. Were hiring several experienced software engineers to architect and build our offering. This is a unique opportunity to get in at the beginning of an exciting new company.

Though 98point6 is still small, we are a company with strong values. Integrity, trustworthiness, and transparency are a few of the values that we are building into our culture. Not only is the work we do innovative; the way we do it is as well. 98point6 combines the culture of a startup with the innovation and creativity of an R&D Lab. We offer a greenfield opportunity for builders to build and change the direction of modern healthcare.


linorosa 1 day ago 0 replies      
Automat | Several positions | Montreal, QC | ONSITE http://www.automat.ai

Automat's aim is to let companies use AI to talk to their customers over popular messaging apps to understand them and serve them better.

Our stack includes Scala, Python, React, Docker, TensorFlow.

* Full Stack Developer / Functional Developer: https://automat.breezy.hr/p/36ff3f09893b-full-stack-develope...

* AI Research Engineer: https://automat.breezy.hr/p/3630e98317c6-ai-research-enginee...

* Conversational User Interface Designer: https://automat.breezy.hr/p/4696cebf2e45-conversational-user...

* Head of Customer Delivery: https://automat.breezy.hr/p/73ed155d7957-head-of-customer-de...

aee333 9 hours ago 0 replies      
HealthVerity | Philadelphia, PA | ONSITE | Permanent | Full Stack Developer, Healthcare Data Engineer, Director - Data Warehousing, Healthcare Data Scientist | http://www.healthverity.com/

HealthVerity is a VC-funded early-stage tech startup that offers the fastest and most efficient way to explore and acquire healthcare data. We help our clients discover, license and link patient data across the widest range of top tier data providers. We empower customers to gain new perspectives on patient activity while ensuring complete privacy management and HIPAA compliance.

Our stack runs entirely on AWS and some of the tools we use are Spark, Airflow, Docker, Emberjs, and Django. Were always looking for team members with healthcare data experience related to: EMR, EHR, prescription and medical claims, ICD-9 and ICD-10.

Hiring process includes: phone interviews, sample work submissions or assessments, onsite interview, references.

You can reach me with any questions at: aelefante@healthverity.com

See job descriptions here: https://app.jobvite.com/j?bj=o8MI4fwq&s=Hacker_News

jeffrey_caron 16 hours ago 0 replies      
Pingup | https://pingup.com | Boston | Full Stack Engineer | fullstack@pingup.com

We are hiring a Node.js and browser-side Javascript developer to work on frontend and backend components of our stack. Development will include:

- Developing APIs with Node.js- Creating browser automation scripts with Phantomjs- Developing web apps with Backbone / Marionette

Applicants must demonstrate strong experience with the following:- Node.js- Backbone / Marionette- Javascript design patterns (async control flows, promises)

Some experience with the following is also required:- Mongoldb- Redis- Phantomjs- Async.js- Bluebird.js- Express.js- NGINX- Ubuntu

Published CODE TALKS -- applicants are strongly encouraged to submit samples from their Github accounts, and ideally NPM / Bower packages they have offered.

Code evaluation will be the first step of the hiring process.

Interested applicants please apply using fullstack@pingup.com or: https://pingup.workable.com/jobs/415736

ralphz 1 day ago 0 replies      
SimplePractice | Santa Monica (Los Angeles area) | Onsite/Full time | https://www.simplepractice.com

SimplePractice is the future of practice management. Were at the forefront of making it simple for clinicians to run and grow their practices. Weve built the highest-rated practice management software and were on track to become the most-used product in our industry.

We are looking for a passionate, motivated and skilled (senior) Full Stack engineer (Ruby on Rails/Ember.JS) and a mid-level to senior front-end engineer (Excellent HTML5/CSS3 and Ember.JS/ReactJS) to make an impact in the health care industry. We value delivering a great customer experience, clean/maintainable code, automated testing and code reviews.

You can find out more herehttps://www.simplepractice.com/careers/

Our stack includes Ruby Rails, EmberJS, React, MySQL, Postgres, Redis, Sidekiq, Elasticsearch, Chef

If you have any questions or you are interested - Please reach out to me (CTO) ralph@simplepractice.com

ahultgren 1 day ago 0 replies      
Omni (Schibsted) | Senior Full Stack Engineer | Stockholm, Sweden | Onsite | Full-Time

Omni is an award winning news app (and website) with the focus on personalization and quick and complete news coverage (aggregating all other news sources).

You will be part of a small and efficient team (4 full stack devs, 1 UX, and 1 designer in Stockholm; 4 Android and iOS devs in Gdansk) who have just begun expanding the app into new markets. We're small enough that you will have a big impact, but there's still plenty of career opportunities within the rest of Schibsted.

We're looking for a senior engineer that is very experienced with javascript and node.js (or so good at other stuff and willing to learn that it doesn't matter). The rest of our stack consists of Postgresql and Elastic Search, virtual-dom for the web, and Heroku and Kubernetes/AWS for hosting.

However, we're constantly experimenting and innovating and no strangers to trying new technology when we get a good opportunity (personally I can't wait to use Elm in production; we just need more devs who knows it!).

Email me at andreas@omni.se if you're interested.

konfio 1 day ago 0 replies      
Konfio | https://konfio.mx/ | Database / Full Stack / Backend / Front End / DevOps / QA / Engineers, Data Scientist, SET's (Software Engineer in Test) | Mexico City ONSITE | Full time

About Konfio:Small businesses are the backbone of the economy, yet have been completely disregarded by banks. Konfo was created in order to finally change this! Our mission is to fuel the growth of promising small businesses so they become strong and relevant in their field.

Konfo is an online lending platform for small businesses in Mexico, using alternative data for rapid credit assessment, allowing owners to focus on whats important: Growing their business.

Weve had awesome traction and are venture-backed by QED Investors, Kaszek Ventures, Accion, and Jaguar Ventures. Considered one of the 5 Most Successful startups in Mexico according to El Financiero, we are building a world-class FinTech team in order to set the new standard.

For more and to apply: https://konfio.mx/jobs

scottaj2 1 day ago 0 replies      
Campspot | Denver | Full-Time | Onsite | http://campspot.com

Campspot is hiring a senior full-stack web developer. Were a startup that creates online reservation and management software for campgrounds.

Our development team is really small right now (3 devs) but we have a ton of positive growth on the business side and are looking to expand. Whoever gets hired into this role will have the opportunity to have a big impact on our culture, technology, and business.

Our stack is Java on the backend (Java 8 and Dropwizard, no XML) and Angular 1 on the front end (considering options to change that going forward, havent decided on anything yet). Experience with any part of our stack is a big plus but not a requirement.

This is a full-time permanent position, not looking for contractors or freelancers.

Feel free to email me (al.scott at campspot.com) and ask any questions about Campspot, the position, or our technology.

You can apply here: https://campspot.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk06vjw

ro_bo 1 day ago 0 replies      
AltspaceVR | Software Engineers | Redwood City, CA | Onsite | Full-time | Permanent eligibility to work in US required | Virtual reality, Unity, Rails, HTML5, React, ES6, WebGL, three.js

About us: http://altvr.com

Open positions: http://jobs.altvr.com

Our team: http://altvr.com/team


- AltspaceVR is a virtual reality software company building a platform for communication in VR.

- Backed by some of the best investors on the planet (https://altvr.com/about/)

- With a team that is passionate about the future of VR.


- VR will be for everyone.

- The social connection enabled by VR will change your life (and we can show it to you.)

- We should embrace everything that is great about the 2D web.

- That we can and will invent the 3D web.

For more info: http://altvr.com For open positions: http://jobs.altvr.com

shabonkerz 1 day ago 0 replies      
Metromile | Senior Frontend Engineer | SF | ONSITE https://www.metromile.com

About Metromile:

Metromile is a start-up that is disrupting the $185 billion car insurance market by offering an entirely new model where the monthly bill is based on miles driven, paired with a smart driving app. Our product marries engineering and data science to deliver mobile technology, automotive telematics, and data-driven applications to make a car's data accessible and useful to modern drivers, including street sweeping alerts, trip stats, decoded check-engine lights, and car location. We aim to make car ownership as simple and affordable as it can be.

What we're looking for:

- 4-6+ years of hands-on development experience working on consumer-facing products

- 4+ years working with JavaScript, HTML, & CSS

- Experience with Angular, or any MV* or component-based frameworks


- CoffeeScript, Gulp, Sass, and Angular(1.3, 1.5, and soon migrating to 2.0+ w/ TypeScript).

Joel Test Score: 11/12

Funding: $205.5M since 2011

Apply here: http://grnh.se/2dntly1

Questions? Drop me a line at arudick at metromile.com

mcgoverncadre 1 day ago 1 reply      
Cadre | New York (NYC/SOHO), NY | Full-time | Senior Full Stack Software Engineer (React/Node) | https://cadre.com/careers

The Cadre team is growing. We believe software is not only eating the world, its eating finance, and were feeding the beast. Were building, from the ground up, a technology-driven trading platform for the coveted commercial real estate asset class, previously only accessible to the largest institutional investors.

Because were passionate about opening access to this historically exclusive marketplace to an ever broader group of participants, were relentlessly building an experience so intuitive and efficient individuals and institutions alike are empowered to invest. With technology as our core engine, were also engineering machine learning and data science strategies to accelerate discovery and vet better assets, faster.

We have raised roughly $70 million to date, from outstanding venture investors including Khosla Ventures, Thrive Capital, General Catalyst, Founders Fund, and Goldman Sachs.

Full Stack Engineer: https://cadre.com/careers?gh_jid=554376 Senior Full Stack Engineer: https://cadre.com/careers?gh_jid=75123Site Reliability Engineer: https://cadre.com/careers?gh_jid=460998Software Engineer in Test: https://cadre.com/careers?gh_jid=155526

rizz0 1 day ago 1 reply      
Poki http://jobs.poki.com | Amsterdam | Onsite | Full-Time

Poki is an online playground with 30 million users around the world. With a team of 25 we build a web game platform that helps game developers achieve success, and brings fun games to kids of all ages around the world.

Were a bootstrapped company where development, data and design come together. We are looking for:

Full-Stack Web Developer - http://jobs.poki.com/full-stack-web-developer

Senior Front-End Developer - http://jobs.poki.com/senior-front-end-developer

Senior Back-end / DevOps Developer - http://jobs.poki.com/back-end-devops-developer

Product Manager - http://jobs.poki.com/product-manager-web-platform/en

# Stack: Go, Node, React, Redux, Kubernetes, Docker, Microservices, AWS, GPC

We believe in giving smart and creative people the freedom and autonomy to do great work.

Apply: http://jobs.poki.com

Culture: http://poki.com/company/tropical-retreats/

mkong1 1 day ago 0 replies      
GiveCampus (YC S15) | full stack engineer (Ruby on Rails) | DC, SF| Full Time | onsite | www.givecampus.com/careers

GiveCampus creates fundraising software for educational institutions. They're stuck on a sea of crappy software built in the '90s, and we are bringing actual fast-paced innovation to the space.

We're still a small team, and looking for someone who enjoys wearing lots of different hats.

We are looking for someone with:

* 2+ years professional Rails experience

* ability to work on the full stack, from db queries to css.

* conceptualize, design, build, and support new features and products to help schools raise money.

We offer health & dental insurance.

Send over your github/projects you're proud of, and a few words about why you're interested in GiveCampus to careers@givecampus.com.

We're also hiring for business development roles as well, so check out https://www.givecampus.com/careers#business-development to see those.

laurenmelton 1 day ago 0 replies      
Ellevation | Boston, MA | Full Time | ONSITE | http://info.ellevationeducation.com

We are looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join our technology team. You will play a key role in building dynamic web applications and services, help implement complex data and API integrations, and drive the conception-to-design-to-implementation product development process.

You will help define our software architecture principles and standards through direct coding activities. Your ideas will translate our product and corporate strategy into technical solutions and engineering best practices. You will research and evaluate new technologies and determine how and where they will apply to our engineering roadmap.

As an integral member of our engineering group, you will be asked to create, contribute to, and own pieces of our software development platform and ecosystem. Just as important, we are looking for someone who wants to be in a startup, has tremendous communication skills, and is motivated and a self-starter.

We value best-practice software engineering principles such as continuous integration, loose coupling, and SOA. As a small technology company, we seek individuals who are willing to be cross-functional, hands-on in multiple areas, and a technical thought leader for the organization. You will be testing, releasing and supporting the code that you develop.

You are expected to take on and own vital initiatives and duties for the company, spark and lead discussion, and help establish the companys technical direction while providing timely and quality support and education across the organization. This is a tremendous opportunity to build the engineering foundation of the company.

Email to careers@ellevationeducation.com.

quadrature 1 day ago 2 replies      
Shopify | Canada (Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Waterloo and now San Francisco!) | Full-time, Internships | Onsite | Remote | VISA

Shopify is a platform that allows entrepreneurs to easily setup an online store. We build solutions that empower merchants at every step of their journey. Our product help merchants who are just starting as well as established brands that need a solution that can scale with their traffic. We're always working on products that make it easier for entrepreneurs to reach their audience and help them make data driven decisions. Shopify is built in Ruby on Rails running on a stack composed of Docker, Golang, Python, Mysql, Kafka, HDFS and Apache Spark. If you're interested in building tools that empower Entrepreneurs come take a look at who we are and what we're doing https://jobs.lever.co/shopify?lever-via=XBuWsYM_Q2https://github.com/Shopify.

sthielen 1 day ago 0 replies      
GoMeta | Augmented Reality | San Diego, CA | Full-time, Onsite or Remote

Angel backed ($2M), led by Xooglers, GoMeta is building a platform that allows anyone to create interactive AR experiences. What Youtube did for the publishing, distribution, and discovery of video, we are doing for AR.

Our early beta testers have already built all kinds of stuff - https://medium.com/@metaverseapp

Some other links:




We are running quickly, and are looking for exceptional developers. Some of the technologies and languages we currently work with are Swift, React, and Node.

Email sean@gometa.io if interested

madishka 1 day ago 0 replies      
FreshBooks | Full Stack/Mobile (iOS) | Toronto, Canada | FULL-TIME, ONSITE

FreshBooks is seeking skilled mobile developers who have experience developing applications on iOS. You will help build new features and update existing ones in our consumer facing cloud accounting applications. If you're committed to great work and are constantly looking for ways to improve the systems you're responsible for, we're dying to meet you.

FreshBooks is also seeking skilled full-stack developers who have strong experience with web application frameworks and JavaScript frameworks as well as client-side performance optimization. With us, you will help build brand new features and update existing ones in our consumer-facing cloud accounting application.

Some of the perks include catered lunches, company offsites, health benefits and dogs in the office! There are other positions available besides engineering :).

Apply directly at freshbooks.com/careers and include Hacker News in your application or email me directly at mpage [at] freshbooks.com

danielnc 11 hours ago 0 replies      
QA Engineer (Automation) | CareMessage (YC W14) | REMOTE | FullTimeCareMessage is looking for a QA Automation Engineer to help with manual and automated quality assurance of the CareMessage web application and API. You will be responsible for entire features and will be a full-time member of the CareMessage Engineering team. Our engineering team follows agile principles in a test driven development process. We are a remote first team that values open collaboration and shared ownership.More Info: http://grnh.se/4ikfq11
lyschoening 1 day ago 0 replies      
DTU Biosustain | Software Engineer (Web) | Copenhagen, Denmark | Full-time, ONSITE, VISA, http://biosustain.dtu.dk

We are seeking a developer to join our team developing a web platform that supports genetic engineering of microbial strains for sustainable chemical production at our center. We write services and UIs for storage, analysis and visualization of experimental data produced by our scientists.

Our stack in no particular order: JavaScript, TypeScript, Angular, Angular-Material, Python, Flask/aiohttp/gRPC, Redis, PostgreSQL, NumPy/SciPy, Biopython, Docker

You would be expected to have strengths in developing single-page web applications, development using Python or both. A collaborative attitude, interest in science and willingness to learn matters more than knowing specific tools.

To read more about the position and apply, visit:


You are also welcome to email me directly at lays@biosustain.dtu.dk

michaelgao 1 day ago 1 reply      
NewYork Presbyterian-Hospital Innovation Center | Full-time Fellowship | NYC

As part of our mission, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital continues to support processes and programs to keep up with advancements in healthcare and stay on the cutting edge. One way we achieve this is through our NYP Innovation Center, comprised of pioneering professionals who use the Hospital's powerful care delivery network (with thousands of micro environments, practices, and workflows) to work with new concepts and technologies, prototype rapidly, and create transformative enterprise-level solutions.

Each year, we select one outstanding individual to be the Silverman Fellow. This Fellow joins the NYP Innovation Centers startup-like environment, receives careful mentorship, gains unprecedented access to Hospital operations, and connects with senior leadership. Through this experience, he or she learns to take ideas from concept to practice-changing product.

See http://innovatenyp.org/silvermanfellowship/ for more details.

Contact me personally with any questions by PM.

willemwijnans 19 hours ago 0 replies      
Poki http://jobs.poki.com | Amsterdam | Onsite | Full-Time

Poki is an online playground with 30 million users around the world. With a team of 25 we're building a web game platform that helps game developers achieve success, and brings fun games to kids of all ages around the world.

Were a bootstrapped company where development, data and design come together. We are looking for:

Full-Stack Web Developer - http://jobs.poki.com/full-stack-web-developer

Senior Front-End Developer - http://jobs.poki.com/senior-front-end-developer

Senior Back-end / DevOps Developer - http://jobs.poki.com/back-end-devops-developer

Product Manager Web Platform - http://jobs.poki.com/product-manager-web-platform/en

# Stack: Go, Node, React, Redux, Kubernetes, Docker, Microservices, GCE.

We believe in giving smart and creative people the freedom and autonomy to do great work.

Apply: http://jobs.poki.com

Culture: http://blog.poki.com

leocassarani 1 day ago 0 replies      
Geckoboard | Back-end/Front-End Developers | London, UK | VISA, ON SITE (but some WFH is not a problem)

Thousands of businesses use Geckoboard to build TV Dashboards that help drive growth and focus teams, by taking the complexity out of connecting their data and understanding it at a glance. Some of our customers include Airbnb, Slack, Netflix and Skyscanner.

We have a lot of interesting, creative work ahead and are looking for curious problem solvers to reimagine how our customers get their data into Geckoboard. You'll be joining a friendly team with great people in an environment with empowered developers, flexible working conditions, and a focus on skill development.

We are heavy users of Go on the back-end, alongside some Ruby services. On the front-end, we've been using React (and, more recently, Redux) for 2+ years, but a lot of us have learned it on the job so you don't need professional experience with it. If you share our interest in distributed systems, databases, and data visualisation, we have plenty of fun problems for you to work on :)

Here are all our job listings:

* Back-end: https://www.geckoboard.com/careers/#op-155708-backend-develo...

* Front-end: https://www.geckoboard.com/careers/#op-26828-front-end-devel...

* Product Designer: https://www.geckoboard.com/careers/#op-155693-product-design...

jfriedman 1 day ago 0 replies      
Aclaimant, Inc | Software Engineer, Clojure | US | Full-time, REMOTE, aclaimant.com

Aclaimant is looking to expand it's development team. We're a small team that is looking to grow significantly this year. We work remotely from the comfort of our own homes. Our current stack consists of Clojure for our servers and ClojureScript on our front end. If you're interested in learning more, contact us at jobs@aclaimant.com

gghh 1 day ago 0 replies      
SUSE | Software Engineer | REMOTE | Full Time

Live Patching developer

"Live Patching" is the Linux kernel infrastructure by which one can apply changes to a running kernel; this allows, for instance, to fix a security vulnerability with no downtime. As a live patching developer you will extend and maintain our live patching tooling, both for kernel and userspace live patching. The main purpose of this role is working on improving the automation that helps with generation and verification of the actual live patches. In addition to that, you will implement tooling for userspace live patching and participate in developing the actual live patches as well.

This is a remote working position; if you want to work at a SUSE office instead (Nuremberg, DE, Prague, CZ or Provo, USA), that is fine as well.

What we offer

You will take part in the development of the core parts of our enterprise and community distributions and you will be encouraged to submit your work upstream. We will sponsor travel to relevant conferences where you can present your work. Working time is flexible and we offer a bunch of the usual benefits (these differ in different countries, though).

How to apply

Preferably, submit all relevant information in a single PDF file, so that no important detail is lost in transit. Give us some time to process your application. Expect the interview to be done over phone. Form submission for this position at https://jobs.suse.com/job/nuremberg/live-patching-developer-...

This is not the only job opening currently available at SUSE, see suse.com/jobs

nowarninglabel 1 day ago 0 replies      
Kiva | San Francisco, CA | Full-time | Onsite | Back-end Software Engineer | http://kiva.org/careers

We're hiring someone who wants to make the world a better place with us through working on the code and systems that serve www.kiva.org. We're a non-profit helping to alleviate poverty through connecting lenders to borrowers across the world and here at home. We offer awesome benefits including a partner trip to anywhere we work for a week to meet our borrowers and partners. We're looking for someon with financial system skills for our back-end position or a DevOps person to join our Operations team. If those aren't your thing then we're also going to be hiring for other positions later in the year, just shoot me an email (my username at gmail) and let me know! http://kiva.org/careers

joelm 1 day ago 0 replies      
Bigleaf Networks | Beaverton, OR (Portland suburb) | ONSITE | http://www.bigleaf.net

Bigleaf is an SD-WAN platform that provides reliability and performance for Cloud applications over commodity broadband. We're a small team but we've got an established business with hundreds of paying mid-market customers, and we're growing quickly.

Our interview process entails some initial email discussions, 1-2 in-person or phone-based interviews (no crazy technical algorithm memorization tests), and often a brief (~1 hr) coding challenge for you to do from home.

We're hiring for the following technical roles right now:* Front-end Developer* Sr. Software Engineer (Linux networking focus)* Network Operations Engineer* Network Integration Engineer

Check out more details here: http://www.bigleaf.net/careers and feel free to email me (Founder and CEO) at joelm@bigleaf.net (no recruiters please).

EllaGorev 1 day ago 0 replies      
Nulogy | Toronto, Canada | Full-Time ONSITE VISA | Full Stack Web Developer | https://nulogy.com/careers | Rails SaaS for Supply Chain | Our motto is: "Its Not Just Business, Its Personal."

Our mission:

- Enable companies to perform the activities necessary to deliver personalized products more effectively.

- Allow companies in the supply chain network to collaborate and do business together more efficiently.

- Reveal transformative insights about the operations and network dynamics of the industry.

- Drive data-driven decision making and continuous improvement.

About Nulogy:

We are a Canadian success story. Our story started 15 years ago when four engineering grads from the University of Waterloo worked on a design project that grew to become the company. We are now a world-leading provider of specialized solutions for complex supply-chain challenges. As a company founded by friends wanting to make a difference, the close relationship between the founders influence the family-like culture that exists here.


- Unlimited paid vacation (take as much time off as you need, with at least 2 weeks off a year).

- 100% top-up for 13 weeks for any parent of biological or adopted children.

- Dev culture is infused with learning; emphasis on clean code, strong technical practices, and collaboration.

- Free format hack days roughly once a month.

Learn about the Culture: http://bit.ly/Nulogy-GlassdoorAPPLY AT: http://bit.ly/Nulogy-Fullstack

sankethkatta 1 day ago 0 replies      
Smartcar API | Frontend, Backend, Business Development, Design | Mountain View, CA | ONSITE | https://smartcar.com

We're a small team (9 people) making a big change in transportation. Technological additions to vehicles are kicking off a new era of better transportation which is affordable, greener, and safer. The automotive industry is undergoing the most disruptive changes since its inception. We believe the future of transportation is Autonomous, Electric, Shared and Connected. Smartcar is building an API platform to solve the "connected" part of it.

The positions we are hiring for:

+ Business Development / Account Manager with 2+ years of experience.

+ Software Engineer with 2+ years of experience. Our stack is Node.js, Postgres, Redis, Docker, AWS.

+ Designer (contract position) to shape the UX and design of our frontends.

If you are interested in helping us modernize transportation and enjoy working in a collaborative environment, we'd like to meet you. $95K to $130K + up to 1.0% equity

If you want to learn more, email me at sanketh@smartcar.com or call me at 530 475 2882. No recruiters.

curiousphil 1 day ago 0 replies      
Curious Media | Boise, ID | Full Stack Software Engineer | Full-time, onsite

Curious Media is a interactive agency devoted to creating ridiculously fun experiences for children and adults alike. We create everything from kids movie websites to games, apps and connected toys. Our regular clients include Disney, Hasbro, Warner Bros., PBS Kids, Scholastic, Dreamworks and a host of other kid focused companies. http://www.curiousmedia.com

Weve been around since 2004 and have a team of 35. We are extremely stable and have many employees who have been with the company for 6-12 years now. We are very mindful and focused on being a family friendly workplace, both in the type of jobs we take and our expectations of employees time. We rarely work more than 40 hours a week and when we do, we give PTO at a 1:1 ratio (any hours over 45 in a week).

We are more specifically located in Nampa, about 14 miles west of Boise. Many employees commute from Boise/Meridian and its rarely more than a 25 minute commute as all the traffic is going towards Boise (and the opposite on the way home). This area is amazingly affordable and provides easy access to a wealth of outdoor activities. The closest respectable ski mountain is only about 30 minutes from downtown Boise and there are some world class resorts within 2-3 hours (Sun Valley, Tamarack, Brundage). If you are from one of the larger cities and looking for a change of pace, you should check Boise out!

More details here: http://www.curiousmedia.com/assets/content/curious-media-web...

Apply: jobs@curiousmedia.com

denizozger 12 hours ago 0 replies      
Velocity | London | Full Stack Developer | Onsite | Full-time

Were looking for an experienced full stack Node JS Engineer to join our rapidly growing development team as we scale to thousands of restaurants over the remainder of the year. Key responsibilities will include building our REST APIs for our flagship consumer iOS and Android app.


At least 4 years commercial software development experience, with the last 2 years in Node JSREST API developmentMicroservicesDockerExcellent knowledge in relational databasesAWS and GCEBDD / TDD (We use Mocha and Cucumber)


haraball 1 day ago 0 replies      
OncoImmunity | Senior front-end developer / UX designer | Oslo, Norway | Full-time, ONSITE

OncoImmunity is a Norwegian startup developing bioinformatics software to empower precision cancer immunotherapy. We develop machine-learning methods applied to genomics data for immune profiling in personalized cancer medicine. Our flagship software product predicts patients response to cancer immunotherapy.

We are a growing team of developers that hails from 7 different countries, including Norway, consisting of a diverse mix of data-scientists, bioinformaticians and software engineers.

We're looking for a senior front-end developer to drive the front-end architecture and implementation of the OncoImmunity software solutions, with the vision to empower personalized immunotherapy. As the senior front-end developer your main mission will be to lead the development of intuitive interfaces for our clinical and scientific clients, with a focus on user experience and data visualisation.

Send a mail to harald at oncoimmunity dot com with a short introduction and your resume if youre interested!

zbear 21 hours ago 0 replies      
AXIOM ZEN | Vancouver, Canada | FULL-TIME | ONSITE (visa assistance provided)

Axiom Zen is an award-winning venture studio. Our products have made Best of the Year lists (Apple; The Next Web), and are used by the worlds leading companies including Adobe, Sony, Starbucks, Phillips, and SEGA. In 2015 alone, our work was featured in TIME, The New York Times, USA Today, and Wired.

We just made the cover of Canadian Business' 2016 "Most Innovative Companies in Canada".

- UI Engineers (CSS Experts) - http://grnh.se/rk83fw1

- AI / Machine Learning Expert - http://grnh.se/cjat6v1

- ZenHub's Front-end Engineer (Javascript) - http://grnh.se/jw56tk1

- UX/Product Designers - http://grnh.se/1y3txb1

- Lead Project Manager - http://grnh.se/7udpje1

Dont see an opening that matches your skills?

Apply at http://grnh.se/j16n8w and provide us with your own job description.


ADASENS 22 hours ago 3 replies      
ADASENS | Development Engineer Computer Vision | Germany, Lindau | ONSITE, adasens.com | Full Time

ADASENS as part of the FICOSA Group develops intelligent and innovative computer vision and machine learning algorithms for modern camera based driver assistance systems. We are an innovative, young, international team facing technological challenges at the cutting-edge. Lindau is located at the beautiful Lake of Constance in the south of germany. We enjoy the lake for swimming during the summer and the close by mountains for skiing during the winter. A healthy work-life balance is important to us.

We are looking for engineers to solve the following problems: * Development of machine vision algorithms for camera based driver assistance systems in series production * Adaption and optimization of existing machine vision functionalities, e.g. pre-processing, tracking, segmentation, clustering, detection and classification * Test and verification of the algorithms (e.g module tests, static and dynamic tests, code reviews) * Close collaboration with the embedded and tooling team * Support of test and validation also during test drives

(Full job description including our requirements at http://adasens.com/development-engineer-computer-vision.html)

If you see yourself able to contribute to these topics, please feel free to contact us at jobopps@adasens.com with your resume/github account and mention hacker news.

ocs_datajobs 14 hours ago 0 replies      
Olympic Channel | Software Architect, Data Systems Engineer | Madrid | On-site | Temporary through 2020 & Full-time, permanent

# Software Architect (https://olympicchannelservices.com/ocs_jobs/software-systems...)We are looking for an experienced Software Architect to make intuitive high level decisions for software development and the operational availability of bespoke software platforms. He/she will see the big picture and create solid architectural approaches for software design and implementation that will either be placed to the market for third parties to build and deliver and/or be used to guide internal sw development teams.

A great software architect has a strong computer science background and excellent IT skills. We seek a person experienced in software designing that possesses ability to develop a unified vision for software characteristics and functions, a vision that should lead to implemented software solutions that will satisfy the OCS constituents requirements for the short and the long term.

# Data Systems Engineer (https://olympicchannelservices.com/ocs_jobs/data-systems-eng...)The Olympic Channel is seeking to fill a permanent position as Data Systems Engineer to work in the Digital Development & Network unit, as part of the Technical department.

The Data Systems Engineer will coordinate all of the Olympic Channels data infrastructure activities and is responsible for the security and service quality levels, manage the design, implementation, operation and support of the applications infrastructure within the Olympic Channel and ensures that all services are produced and maintained at the required quality levels.

---Please feel free to apply online or reach out directly with questions or resumes at datajobs [at] olympicchannel.com -- please put HN in the title!

emirozer 19 hours ago 1 reply      
Mendix | Scala Developer, Software Engineer - Infrastructure, Test Engineer - Infrastructure, Cordova/Phonegap Developer | Rotterdam, The Netherlands | ONSITE, VISA, FULL-TIME | https://www.mendix.com

At Mendix we want software to be delivered faster, cheaper and better so companies can innovate with IT and we're building the platform to do that. Our sweet spot is business focussed web apps. We compete with force.com and offer cloud based frictionless visual programming & deployment.We are HQ'ed in Boston but R&D is in the Netherlands. Company is about 250 people and we received $40M of VC funding.

So as far as I can give information about the above positions, I can talk about my team(Which is the infra).I'm a part of the 10 person strong Cloud team which works with AWS, Golang, Java, Python, Postgres, Cloud Foundry. We build an enterprise grade hosting platform which runs thousands of apps with many more to come.We're looking for Testers as well as Junior and Senior Developers with an interest or background in Systems.Besides that we have many other open positions in R&D, some i listed at the title, other from Software Development Managers, Product Managers https://www.mendix.com/company/join-our-team/We typically have 1 phone screen, 1 interview, a take home assignment + on-site review and a meet the team and management session. We offer relocation and have the first interview via Skype if you are not based in NL.You can email me at emir.ozer at company domain, I'll forward you to the right people if you are not applying to a cloud related position.

jmckenzie 1 day ago 0 replies      
DataStax | Core Engineer | 100% REMOTE | http://www.datastax.com/company/careers

DataStax builds fully distributed database technology inspired by Apache Cassandra to power applications that need massive scale, 100% uptime, and near-linear scalability on commodity hardware. If you're into "low-level" Systems Java, high performance computing, and distributed computing this role is for you; it's a high profile position working on core database technologies in our flagship product, rapidly making a big impact on the entire business. Were an international, fully remote team of highly independent engineers looking for like-minded, quality-focused and seasoned developers to join our ranks. We welcome strong, reasoned opinions on our team and believe in healthy debate, respect, and collaboration.

If you're interested, please reach out to josh dot mckenzie at datastax dot com

rkrzr 1 day ago 0 replies      
Channable - https://www.channable.com | Utrecht, The Netherlands | ONSITE

Channable is a data feed management company that connects ecommerce companies to all big online marketing channels (marketplaces, price comparison sites etc.)We also optimize and synchronize product data, offers and orders on the various platforms.

We currently have two open positions for a Backend Engineer and a DevOps Engineer.

Our Stack includes: Python (Flask), Scala (Apache Spark), Haskell, PostgreSQL, Redis, HDFS, Ansible, Ember.js

We process millions of products per day and offer technically interesting and challenging work. We are looking for highly motivated and skilled engineers to join our team in the heart of Utrecht.

See https://www.channable.com/jobs/ for a detailed job description.

reid 22 hours ago 0 replies      
Yahoo | Software Engineer | Sunnyvale, CA | ONSITE https://www.yahoo.com

We are creating Yahoo Bar, a modern and effortless login, search, notification and email experience on top of every Yahoo product. Our work will have a big impact because it will appear on every Yahoo product reaching millions of people every day. We are creating delightful way to switch accounts, discover new places to go, stay up to date with email and even login without passwords (using Yahoo Account Key) across Yahoo, Flickr and Tumblr.

We're looking for a front-end engineer who will enjoy the challenge of quickly building and expanding Yahoo Bar on the web. We work with ES6, Node, Lasso, Marko, Jest and Protractor for building the core product. We're also interested in a back-end engineer who'll build a hosted service for delivering Yahoo Bar in Java.

We have a focus on shipping and are rolling out the product to production as we create features. For example, you can check out our work at https://view.yahoo.com today.

There's a lot of cool stuff going on internally, too. I've been with the company for over 8 years and before this I worked on Yahoo's now open-source continuous delivery system: http://screwdriver.cd

If this sounds interesting, get in touch. rburke@yahoo-inc.com

bitxbitxbitcoin 1 day ago 1 reply      
PRIVATE INTERNET ACCESS | https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/ | Developers, DevOps, Marketing, Tech Support | Denver, CO | Onsite [Remote to qualified applicants] | Full-Time

PRIVATE INTERNET ACCESS is fighting the good fight against censorship, surveillance, and overall evil.

Please e-mail jobs@privateinternetaccess.com to APPLY. Please make sure to send a resume, cover letter, links to anything worth seeing, etc.

Please read this if you haven't already: http://www.activism.net/cypherpunk/manifesto.html

If you want to help fight the good fight with the company who has donated the most to organizations such as the EFF, FFTF, Creative Commons, Linux Mint, Freenode, etc., then send us an e-mail.

Thank you in advance, and have a wonderful day. We look forward to standing in line with you against draconian injustice.

larih 20 hours ago 0 replies      
Wolt | Front-end Engineer, iOS Engineer, Android Engineer | Amsterdam | ONSITE, FULLTIME, https://wolt.com

Wolt is a technology company building the one app for food. Be it discovering or getting great meals takeaway, home delivery or to the table Wolt takes care of it for you. Pick a restaurant, build your order, choose delivery, takeaway or eat in and hit send. Magic ensues. Were a Series A startup well backed by EQT Ventures (lead by Kees Koolen - served as CEO of Booking.com), Skype founder Niklas Zennstrm, Supercell CEO Ilkka Paananen, and Nokias Chairman Risto Siilasmaa.

We have built native consumer apps for iOS and Android. In addition we've built our own courier app with React native. For web apps we use mainly React, Redux and Node.js. You can pick your own tools and are free to explore new technologies.

We offer a competitive salary and ESO plan.

Please apply through our Lever website.

Front-end Engineer: https://jobs.lever.co/wolt/0aeea7ef-c4bb-4d2a-9af0-19d395101...

iOS Engineer: https://jobs.lever.co/wolt/ba8e113b-0df3-4217-80b6-c8f4a47ce...

Android Engineer: https://jobs.lever.co/wolt/4e3bb37f-b6d4-4098-912f-c59a0f554...

hakanito 1 day ago 0 replies      
Oden Technologies | https://oden.io | New York, NY | Full-time | Onsite

We are an IoT startup creating a hardware / software platform for Industry 4.0 factories [1]. We collect data from industrial machinery and analyze, aggregate and display it so that manufacturers can make more product with less material. There's a lot of exciting things happening at the company and now is a great time to get into a small (8-person) team working working on a lofty mission that will revolutionize an underserved industry.

* Data Engineer: responsible for building and maintaining scalable APIs, the secure and timely ingestion of millions of time-series data points daily, building realtime and batch data pipelines and integrating models created by our data scientists into our product in order to generate realtime insights and predictions about production processes.

* Frontend Engineer: We need a solid front-end / JavaScript engineer with React experience, to help us design, build, and deploy the next-generation factory analytics platform.

* Forward Deployed Engineer: You'd be responsible for deploying, installing, monitoring and improving our on-premise devices, as well as building out the code that runs on them. Much of the code is communicating at low level (ex: Modbus) with industrial machinery and reporting back to our analytics platform.

Read more on https://oden.io/joinus or feel free to reach out to us directly: hello@oden.io

[1] http://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/digital-mckinsey/...

beghbali 1 day ago 0 replies      
Grand Rounds | Warehouse & Search Engineers| San Francisco | Onsite | Fulltime| https://www.grandrounds.com

Data driven healthcare navigation and delivery. Billions of rows of exclusive and semantically rich data from hundreds of data sources. Looking for right candidate to lead our data modeling/data warehousing, metrics and measurements team. Also looking for experienced engineers in search, particularly distributed search. We have positions on the application, infrastructure and QA side as well. Join a team of really smart (and nice) engineers and doctors changing the way Americans and others across the globe access health care.eng blog: http://eng.grandrounds.com/

apply directly (and mention HN) or email me bashir [at] grandrounds.com

fuzzieozzie 1 day ago 0 replies      
CompilerWorks | San Francisco Bay Area | Full-time, remote | $130k-$210k driven by your productivity


CompilerWorks is a bespoke compiler company, with our core product centered around compiling on dialect of SQL to execute on a different backend - e.g. would you like to run Oracle PL/SQL on a Postgre database? You can with CompilerWorks.

We are driven to solve interesting engineering problems, for this reason we take on challenges where compiler are useful. This means we choose work that the team is interested in, and only a third of our revenue is around our core product.

If you are an experienced Java developer (we are a Java shop and want you to hit the ground running) let us know if you are interested info {at} compilerworks.com

dtran 1 day ago 1 reply      
PRX is reinventing PR (public relations, not pull requests, although we create a lot of those too) for companies by making it on-demand, transparent, and affordable. Unlike working with traditional PR agencies that cost tens of thousands of dollars a month and endless hours of meetings, companies can launch a campaign with by signing up on our site and manage everything through our dashboard.PRX is looking for a full-stack software engineer to join our team in building and scaling our platform to tens of thousands of businesses and hundreds of thousands of journalists and bloggers and using ML to disrupt a very old-school industry.


- You'll ship code to PRXs core product

- You'll develop new features and improve our PR platform, which our PR managers use to conduct campaigns for our clients

- You'll work on our crawling engine that indexes millions of articles across the web and scrapes information to our media targeting system

- You'll use a wide range of technologies including React, Redux, Django, SCSS, PostgreSQL, ElasticSearch, Github and Git Flow, Redis, Celery, Heroku, lots of AWS services (RDS, SQS, S3, Cloudfront, ElastiCache)


- You have experience writing and maintaining code shipped to real users, whether for work or a side project.

- You have experience in writing web software and are comfortable working across the stack. However, it's okay to be stronger or have a preference for backend or frontend, as long as you're willing to learn.

- You have a firm grasp on CS fundamentals

- You are able to learn new concepts and technologies quickly

Valued, but not required

- Experience in our specific technologies. PRX is primarily built in Python using Django with Postgres and ElasticSearch on the backend and React + Redux and SCSS on the frontend.

- Experience in Numpy, Scipy and ML or NLP

Apply at https://prxco.workable.com/jobs/413395/candidates/new

kanny96 1 day ago 0 replies      
Cognii | Boston, MA or remote

2016 Innovation of the Year EdTech Winner

2015 Best Learning Assessment Innovation of the Year

2016-2020 Leading vendor for exponentially growing AI market in education - Technavio

Cognii brings the power of Artificial Intelligence technology to Education & Training market. Join us to participate in our growth, advance your career and get rewarded with generous stock options. We are looking for entrepreneurial candidates in the following areas:

1. AI and NLP Research Engineers (Senior, Junior)

 - natural language processing - statistical machine learning - syntactic and semantic analysis - linguistically process text corpora - information extraction
2. App Developer

 - Mobile App development - Front End design
3. System Architect

 - Back-end development - Experience with Ruby on Rails based scalable architecture - DevOps and manage the scalable web platform
Please send your application and resume to jobs@cognii.com

awill 1 day ago 1 reply      
Amazon Web Services - Simple Storage Service (S3) | Software Engineers | Seattle, WA (ONSITE)

Come and join S3's backend storage data plane team:

- Senior Software Development Engineer, S3: https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/389223

- Software Development Engineer, S3: https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/389224

You can also email me your resume - wantony [AT] amazon.com. Please add 'HN' to the subject.

(*) Note, I currently dont have openings for interns or recent college grads. For internships or recent college grads positions please apply here: https://www.amazon.jobs/en/team/university-tech

mgw 18 hours ago 0 replies      
Dealini | Zurich, Switzerland | Onsite | Fulltime | Senior Python Developer | 85k-110k CHF

Dealini is creating and running marketing campaigns in retail stores, moving people from the physical world onto our online experiences.

We are looking for a Senior Python Developer to:

- Craft clean and elegant REST APIs in Python, consumed by our web applications and mobile apps

- Improve our development environment and workflow consisting of a Python REST framework, MariaDB, Redis, Varnish, Buildbot...

- Tend to our services and servers running on Amazon Web Services

- Take architectural decisions for new features

Our interview process: A short chat over the phone, interview with me (founder) and a second (ideally on-site) interview with someone from the team.

We have a very laid back atmosphere and some Silicon Valley style perks. You can find more information here: http://stackoverflow.com/jobs/132982/senior-python-developer...

Contact me at michael.wirth@dealini.ch

orjan 21 hours ago 0 replies      
Linkon | Full-stack Java Developer | Stockholm | Full-time, ONSITE, http://www.linkon.se

Were expanding our development team in Stockholm and are looking for highly skilled Java developers.

Join a fast-paced environment where our customers expect a rock solid platform with excellent availability, capable of handling millions upon millions of transactions.Our dev teams are small and agile and focus on code quality.When you start working here, be prepared for a flying start most likely youll be committing code aimed for production in your first week.

What we expect of you:You are a skilled Java developer who knows SQL and web services, and are no stranger to the frontend (we thought of a lot of buzzwords to put here, but truth be told, we dont care too much about buzz. What matters is ability and drive).You speak Swedish and good English.

Were located right in the middle of the city, two minutes from Stockholm Central Station.

Read more about us at www.linkon.se or check out our Prezi: https://prezi.com/iis46ovdtm4k/about-linkon/

Interested? Apply via email to eva.widell@linkon.se

ngoel36 1 day ago 0 replies      
Uber | Transportation & Software | San Francisco, CA | Onsite

At Uber, we're building the future of transportation.

My team is hiring two senior, standalone mobile engineers (iOS, Android) for Uber Beacon (https://newsroom.uber.com/beacon/) a BLE hardware device that functions together with the rider and driver apps. The ideal applicant would have extensive consumer-facing mobile experience, as well as experience with Bluetooth-enabled devices. Unfortunately this position is only for senior engineers with at least 2-4 years of experience.

I'm also looking for a PM for Uber Elevate (http://www.uber.com/elevate), our initiative to accelerate the future of urban, on-demand air transportation.

Please email me directly at ngoel@uber.com if interested, with a PDF copy of your resume.

zecto 1 day ago 0 replies      
MSC | DevOps | Permanent | Fulltime | Bethesda MD / Washington DC | ONSITE | VISA

Medical Science & Computing (MSC) is hiring DevOps at the National Center for Biotechnology Information (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov)

Tech: Linux, Python, Django, Scala/Finagle, C/C++, SaltStack, consul, packer, linkerd, TeamCity, docker/mesos/kubernetes/nomad, aws/gce

Small, fast-moving team, smart people, great culture, great opportunities, lots of potential.

Help bring progress to an amazingly important public resource!

Contact via email in my profile.

jcookster 1 day ago 0 replies      
Black Mountain (blkmtn.com) | Automated QA Engineer | San Diego, CA | Onsite, Full Time

Black Mountain is a software company that develops innovative, tailored solutions for data aggregation, process management, and business reporting. We've made the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 List for 3rd year in a row. We're a fun company to work for, and we have great benefits. https://www.themuse.com/companies/blackmountainsystems

Position Description: C# / Selenium / JS / TeamCity / Chef / OpsWorks This is an exciting time for an Automated QA Engineer. You get to build the solution from scratch using the technologies you feel best fit the problem space. Help us move towards a Continuously Deployed product.

Contact: jcook@blkmtn.com

jalateras 20 hours ago 0 replies      
Comware Australia | NodeJS, AWS, DevOps | Melbourne Australia | Permanent, Contract | REMOTE (Australia Only)

Looking for a software engineer with extensive experience in nodejs, aws and elasticsearch and knowledge of Ansible, Docker and Kubernetes to help with developing and extending an audience management platform. which currently collects in excess of 100M+ events per day. Front-end experience in VueJs or ReactJS is a bonus but not required as is a fervour for entrepreneurialship. If you have a passion for quality and automation, can hit the ground running and work autonomously then email me directory at jima at comware dot com dot au.

The interview process is lightweight, no code review, no testing just point me to your github account or some projects you've worked on and let's grab a coffee, or hook up over skype for a chat. I am a big fan of the Longflow Manifesto (https://github.com/Nax/longflow-manifesto), collaboration and knowledge sharing. Willing to pay premium for the right person

brettz 1 day ago 0 replies      
Pornhub | Adult content | Montreal QC | On-site | pornhub.com (NSFW)

Come work at the 22nd highest trafficked website in the world.

We are looking for:

-Senior PHP developers

-Senior front-end/javascript developers

Must be willing to relocate to Montreal.

Email me your CV: jobs@pornhub.com

KuhlMensch 1 day ago 0 replies      
Perkbox perkbox.co.uk| London | Fulltime | Developers and DevOps

Perkbox (London) is in the process to scaling up its SAAS and is looking for talent to pitch in. Specific skills are less important, but experience in the following would be looked on favourably:

- Saas/SME technologies

- microservices & legacy code

- broad knowledge of serverside languages/technologies

- processes/tools to ensure quality engineering output

- CloudOps/DevOps

Specific skills would likely be a nebula of PHP, Microservice tech, Relational databases, and application infrastructure (Api Gateways, Message queues etc).

Interviews process has a first stage take-home test (small and practical), and then the second is hang with the engineering leads for an hour or so.


We build SaaS tools to allow employers to reward their employees with financial perks & recognition:

- ~115 staff

- located in Blackfriars, London UK

- recently closed 4.2m on SEEDRS

- startup culture

If any of this catches your eye, please send your CV onto damir@perkbox.co.uk

natekupp 1 day ago 1 reply      
Thumbtack | https://thumbtack.com | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE

Thumbtack is a local services marketplace that connects millions of customers with the right professionals for anything they need done.

We are a friendly, ambitious team of 100+ engineers in a bright SoMa office with daily home-cooked food, backed by Sequoia and Google Capital. Together, we are disrupting a $700B market in the US alone where word of mouth is still the status quo.

We're looking for engineers and SREs interested in working with Go, Scala/Spark, PHP, Angular, iOS, Android, and AWS/GCP. We're also looking for data scientists interested in predictive modeling, machine learning, and experimental design and analysis. Join us!

dstillman 1 day ago 0 replies      
Zotero | Backend Developer | Fairfax, VA | REMOTE https://www.zotero.org

Zotero is an open-source project that develops software and web services to help people collect, organize, cite, and share their research. Our software is recommended by most universities and used by millions of students, scholars, scientists, and researchers worldwide.

We're looking for a remote, full-time, contract developer to work on Zotero's server-side architecture our public API, backend services, AWS infrastructure, etc. Youll be part of a small team producing free and open-source software along with an amazing global community and help make a huge difference in people's ability to manage their research effectively.

More details here: https://www.zotero.org/jobs

tk120404 1 day ago 0 replies      
Instavans | Bangalore, India | Full-time, Onsite | http://www.instavans.com | 4 openings

About us:Instavans is a technology startup working primarily in Urban Freight Logistics (Intra-city) and Internet domain. The company is promoted by two seasoned entrepreneurs/technocrats to cater to the incredibly growing logistics industry across the world. We are committed to deliver the best Urban Freight Logistics solutions built to create a real-time marketplace as an Uber experience for truckers and shippers. Focus will be on development of products, executing and running the marketplace portal that will improve the overall efficiency & productivity by dramatically improving the asset utilization and thus reducing logistics costs. The products will be implemented using hugely scalable architectures on the web and various mobile devices.

Openings:Front End, Back End, Full Stack and Android developers. We're also hiring Quality assurance Engineers.

Stack:Node, Angular, WebSockets, Mongo, Redis, Php, AWS & Heruko. It doesn't matter if you know our stack or not, if you love to learn you'll fit right in.

Freshers with a Computer Science degree, exceptional Data Structure/ Algorithms skill and ability to code in ANY language will be considered as well.

Please send your cover letter and resume along with your github / stackoverflow details to ['careers', '@', 'instavans.com'].join('').Thanks!

Soliah 1 day ago 0 replies      
Kinesis | Full Stack Web Developer | Sydney, Australia | Full-time, Onsite | https://kinesis.org

We build tools that enable sustainable and liveable cities, from planning and development through to operational tracking and optimisation of existing infrastructure.

Were looking for a senior generalist web developer who can move between back and front of the stack, ideally with experience in either (or even better, both) Django and Rails.

Current stack/Technologies: Ruby/Rails, Python/Django, JavaScript/Ember.js, PostgreSQL, AWSIf youre interested email me at chris at kinesis dot org for more info.

jcookster 1 day ago 0 replies      
Black Mountain (blkmtn.com) | Software Engineer | San Diego, CA | Onsite, Full Time

Black Mountain is a software company that develops innovative, tailored solutions for data aggregation, process management, and business reporting. We've made the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 List for 3rd year in a row.

We're a fun company to work for, and we have great benefits. https://www.themuse.com/companies/blackmountainsystems

Position Description: C# / SQL Server / JavaScript Junior - Mid level We are constantly adding new functionality into our core product. Alongside our core product, we have some fresh new initiatives we are building from the ground up to help us break into new market segments.

Contact: jcook@blkmtn.com

ismail 21 hours ago 0 replies      
ZyeLabs.net | Senior Front End Developer | Johannesburg, South Africa | ONSITE http://www.zyelabs.net

ZyeLabs is a boutique consultancy where we are focus on creating exponential value for customers using Software, data and Design thinking.

We believe that by helping companies be more efficient, serve their customers better and help them solve real problems we can have an exponential impact on society. You will be part of a passionate team focused on enabling our clients to effectively harness the value of technology to create exponential value. We use software, data and design thinking to solve problems for our customers.

You need to be passionate, open, curious, and someone who loves tackling difficult challenges.

We value:

- Simple solutions over complex ones

- Solving real problems and adding real value

- Taking action over long winded discussions

- Diversity of people, ideas and solutions

- Constantly learning

Some of the technologies we use: Hadoop, Apache NiFi, Spark, Ruby, Python, Javascript, Java. Having said that, the technology you are familiar with is unimportant.

Mail me at hnusername @zyelabs.net



potench 1 day ago 0 replies      
NFL (National Football League) | Los Angeles CA | Onsite | Full Time

NFL has really creative Engineering and Product teams collaborating to deliver premium digital experiences for the growing online football fan-base. Checkout our growing open-source footprint at https://nfl.github.io/ for a deeper dive into our stack and engineering culture.

NFL is hiring for senior Web, Backend, Connected TV, and Mobile Engineering positions. If GraphQL, Java, Node (Backend/Web), JS/React/Mobx (Web), Swift/Java (Mobile), or C++ (CTV) are your things, then send us an email at [engineers @ nfl.com] with your resume and area of interest (CTV, Mobile, Web, Backend).

ismail 21 hours ago 0 replies      
ZyeLabs.net | Senior Business Analyst | Johannesburg, South Africa | ONSITE http://www.zyelabs.net

ZyeLabs is a boutique consultancy where we are focus on creating exponential value for customers using Software, data and Design thinking.

We believe that by helping companies be more efficient, serve their customers better and help them solve real problems we can have an exponential impact on society. You will be part of a passionate team focused on enabling our clients to effectively harness the value of technology to create exponential value. We use software, data and design thinking to solve problems for our customers.

You need to be passionate, open, curious, and someone who loves tackling difficult challenges.

We value:

- Simple solutions over complex ones

- Solving real problems and adding real value

- Taking action over long winded discussions

- Diversity of people, ideas and solutions

- Constantly learning

Some of the technologies we use: Hadoop, Apache NiFi, Spark, Ruby, Python, Javascript, Java. Having said that, the technology you are familiar with is unimportant.

Mail me at hnusername @zyelabs.net



ismail 21 hours ago 0 replies      
ZyeLabs.net | Senior UX Specialist | Johannesburg, South Africa | ONSITE http://www.zyelabs.net

ZyeLabs is a boutique consultancy where we are focus on creating exponential value for customers using Software, data and Design thinking.

We believe that by helping companies be more efficient, serve their customers better and help them solve real problems we can have an exponential impact on society. You will be part of a passionate team focused on enabling our clients to effectively harness the value of technology to create exponential value. We use software, data and design thinking to solve problems for our customers.

You need to be passionate, open, curious, and someone who loves tackling difficult challenges.

We value:

- Simple solutions over complex ones

- Solving real problems and adding real value

- Taking action over long winded discussions

- Diversity of people, ideas and solutions

- Constantly learning

Some of the technologies we use: Hadoop, Apache NiFi, Spark, Ruby, Python, Javascript, Java. Having said that, the technology you are familiar with is unimportant.

Mail me at hnusername @zyelabs.net



ismail 21 hours ago 0 replies      
ZyeLabs.net | Senior Software Developer | Johannesburg, South Africa | ONSITE http://www.zyelabs.net

ZyeLabs is a boutique consultancy where we are focus on creating exponential value for customers using Software, data and Design thinking.

We believe that by helping companies be more efficient, serve their customers better and help them solve real problems we can have an exponential impact on society. You will be part of a passionate team focused on enabling our clients to effectively harness the value of technology to create exponential value. We use software, data and design thinking to solve problems for our customers.

You need to be passionate, open, curious, and someone who loves tackling difficult challenges.

We value:

- Simple solutions over complex ones

- Solving real problems and adding real value

- Taking action over long winded discussions

- Diversity of people, ideas and solutions

- Constantly learning

Some of the technologies we use: Hadoop, Apache NiFi, Spark, Ruby, Python, Javascript, Java. Having said that, the technology you are familiar with is unimportant.

Mail me at hnusername @zyelabs.net



asnr 20 hours ago 0 replies      
ACTU | Software Developer | Melbourne, Australia | ONSITE, FULLTIME ($89k-$104k + 15% super)

The ACTU (www.actu.org.au) is the peak union body representing almost 2 million Australian workers and their families. The ACTU works with affiliate unions, members and the community to improve the lives of working people and their families by campaigning for improved working conditions, healthcare, education and policies that help to create an inclusive society.

We are looking for a full-time software developer with at least 3 years of experience working with stakeholders and delivering code into production.

This role will form part of the ACTUs Melbourne-based campaigns team. Working across a variety of issues and with a mix of highly skilled colleagues you will have a big impact on the growth and campaigns work of the ACTU and the whole Australian union movement. Here, you will work with designers, social-media gurus, data experts, and organisers to:

* Build and maintain applications that support the campaigning work of the ACTU and the broader union movement. We select the best tools for the job and use modern languages and frameworks. We are currently building software with:

 - Clojure - React/Redux - Amazon Web Services
* Assist with integration of systems across the union movement.

* Build a network of developers and data experts across the union movement to share skills and knowledge.

* Work with key stakeholders to collectively figure out how to build the right things.

* Maintain a transparent, open, communicative, development style.

See more info and apply (before Feb 6th!) here: http://www.actu.org.au/get-involved/job-vacancies

specialdragon 14 hours ago 0 replies      
World First Ltd | Millbank Tower, London | Full time | ONSITE

World First is an established currency company. We have a medium sized IT team looking for PHP developers to continue development on the existing World First systems. The stack is PHP, RabbitMQ, Apache/Nginx and MySQL.

Job links below:Senior software dev: https://app.jobvite.com/j/?cj=okPz0fws&s=AddThis#.VguQkA8d_D...

More information available by commenting here, or emailing victoria.bradford@worldfirst.com referencing HackerNews

bentlegen 1 day ago 0 replies      
Sentry | San Francisco | Full-time, onsite | https://sentry.io | https://github.com/getsentry/sentry

Sentry is an open source crash reporting tool trusted by thousands of organizations to notify them of software errors, and provide them with the debugging information and tools they need to resolve them.

We are looking for experienced candidates in product engineering, operations, growth, and visual design. If you'd like to join a scrappy team (25 employees) that builds transparent, open software, we'd like to hear from you.

More information here: https://sentry.io/jobs/

fortpoint 15 hours ago 0 replies      
Linkable Networks | Senior Java Engineer | Boston, MA | Remote (U.S. Only) | https://linkablenetworks.com/available-position-senior-engin...

* Company Summary

Linkable Networks was founded on the premise that the disconnect between digital media and physical retail was a major gap in delivering a great experience to consumers. Since 2011, weve been nose-down building a scalable platform that provides brands and retailers the ability to engage, reward and incent their consumers directly and across any channel online, mobile and in-store. We pioneered the concept of card-linked-offers and have taken it to the next level always-on loyalty. Both our self-service and SaaS-based platforms enable the creation of actionable ads, coupons, offers, promotions, rebates and more that let you reward loyalty... not just discount a purchase. This is the future of Loyalty.

* Technology Stack

Java, Spring, Sharded MySql, Hazelcast, RabbitMQ

* Additional Info

We're wired into card networks and processors. We have a broad range of customers from grocery giant SuperValu where we're deployed with a first of its kind card-linked SKU offer solution to FanBank where we help enable community based Loyalty programs.

We run an agile shop with 102 successful sprints under our belts. Our process has been improved over the 6 years we've been running it so that we deliver on time and without drama. Our engineers don't sit in meetings they build solutions.

* Benefits

Health and dental benefits, 401K, Short/Long Term disability insurance, Life insurance, Section 125 & Section 132 plans, paid time off, stock options, remote work opportunities, other perks and a great work environment are part of the compensation package.

We're looking for solid Java engineers to join our team and help us build out the next level of capabilities on our platform.

If this sounds interesting, please shoot me an email at coolgigs@linkablenetworks.com

lpgauth 1 day ago 1 reply      

 AdGear - ONSITE - Backend Engineer (Erlang, C) - Montreal - FullTime AdGear - ONSITE - Data Engineer (Scala, Java, Bash)- Montreal - FullTime AdGear - ONSITE - Javascript Application Engineer (ES6, Knockout.js) - Montreal - FullTime AdGear - ONSITE - Ruby Application Engineer (Ruby, Rust) - Montreal - FullTime 
AdGear is a digital advertising technology company providing platforms and services for digital media innovators such as publishers, advertisers, and media agencies. We operate a full-stack advertising platform enabling our customers to innovate with formats, audience data, reporting, pricing and distribution strategies.

For more information, complete description of roles, and details on applying, please see http://jobs.adgear.com/

jbaviat 20 hours ago 0 replies      
Sqreen - https://www.sqreen.io | Full-time Onsite developers | Engineering team in Paris (France)

Sqreen is like New Relic, but for security.

We develop solutions that combine instrumentation, defensive algorithms and machine learning.

We are recruiting new engineers to join our team to help porting Sqreen to all environments and ship our incoming products:

- Python lover wanting to dive deep into Python (youll be working on this piece of software: https://blog.sqreen.io/dynamic-instrumentation-agent-for-pyt...)

- React engineer, working on this dashboard - just Github login to check it out!) https://my.sqreen.io/

- a DevOps (e.g. Linux sysadmin with cloud knowledge & CI love) to manage our Docker / AWS / CI - we have high traffic APIs,

- C gurus with a strong PHP background (or the opposite!),

- low level Java experts, who like Java internals, such as bytecode manipulation,

- developer evangelist to share Sqreen love accros the world.

We are obviously looking for great developers, and you don't need to be a security nerd (but you will learn a lot about it here). Therefore we also have a position for a Web security expert:

- Web hacker, with great knowledge of frameworks attacks and browsers defenses

Sqreen is already live for Ruby on Rails, Python and Node.js.

You can find our job offers here: https://www.sqreen.io/jobs/

Email: jobs@sqreen.io

halfturk 1 day ago 0 replies      
Fullstack ASP.NET Developer | FullTime | Raleigh Durham, NC

I'm a software developer located in Raleigh Durham for a high end vacation rental management company in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. I need to hire a fulltime senior level developer to help me out. This job is local to the Raleigh Durham area.

I'm looking for someone with strong OO and web programming skills. Looking for someone experienced with the following skills:

ASP.NET MVCC#SQL ServerTypeScriptKnockoutJSWebAPI

These skills are a plus:Cloud Technologies - AWS/Azure/Google ComputeLinuxNginxRedisGoogle AnalyticsBigQueryBig Data

In the beginning it will be ONSITE, with some REMOTE work possible after we get up to speed. Can sponsor VISA for the right candidate.

Email me at josef[d0t]akinc[at]gmail[d0t]com to apply.

compliance_data 1 day ago 0 replies      
IntegriChain | Senior Dev-Ops Engineer | Philadelphia PA | ONSITE http://www.integrichain.com/

We are a profitable healthcare data aggregator seeking to define the next stage of healthcare analytics.

We are a people-first software company looking to set the stage for our next level of growth.

We are looking for someone to help us accelerate our AWS infrastructure for a brand new product line. You will be able to set things up the right way, work with great developers, and have the opportunity to make decisions that will pave the way for years to come.


jawspeak 6 hours ago 1 reply      
Square: Developer Platform, San Francisco | Full Time | ONSITE | VISA sponsorship or transfer OK.

This is our team: Developer Platform. We are hiring! https://www.squareup.com/developers. See all the roles https://careers.smartrecruiters.com/Square/dev-platform

Server Engineers - we use mostly Go and create the platform that makes Square a Platform, we also own several products, and are releasing many new primitives for devs to build businesses on top of Square - https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/Square/98588966-software-en...

Frontend Engineers - owning eCommerce API for websites to accept payments (and do card on file) without PCI effort, dev experience, dev portal, and new not-yet-released products! https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/Square/103395733-software-e...

iOS Engineers - opening up Square's Hardware, so anyone can build their own Point of Sale, plus new not-yet-released products! - https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/Square/103700303-software-e...

Android Engineers - also opening up Square's Hardware - https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/Square/100837077-software-e...

Product Managers - help craft the vision how to convert Square from a product company into a platform company. We have PMs in Mobile, Growth/Dev Experience, Server, and possibly another group. https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/Square/103979850-product-ma...

Interview process is a phone screen or two, then onsite, then offer.

danistrebel 22 hours ago 0 replies      
Cotiviti Labs | Fullstack Engineer / Scala Engineer | Atlanta GA or Remote

Developers with the Cotiviti Labs team are responsible for working with a global team of medical doctors and business experts to create break-through solutions for incredibly difficult problems. In 2015 we found $3.2B in health system inefficiencies. We use a combination of innovative and proven technologies game-changing solutions

We use a combination of innovative and proven technologies game-changing solutions into production as quickly as possible. Our solutions are scalable, elastic, concurrent, parallel, and deliver results to our clients in real-time. We are a Scala functional programming shop but are willing to use the best technologies to get into production quickly. Our DevOps team members have created a sophisticated ChatOps infrastructure that supports everything from deployments, to releases, to provisioning new clients. Our continuous integration and build facilities are world class.

The Labs team has a flat organizational structure so people on this team have no direct managers, are responsible for their own work assignments, and will receive and give quarterly 360 reviews from their peers. We have no deadlines, only a requirement to move as fast as humanly possible and make every minute count. To thrive in this environment team member must have a passion for computer science, technology, innovation, and delivery.

We value teamwork above everything. We succeed together as a team and are accountable to each other for that success. Though we are scattered across the world we regularly get together to have fun. If you are looking for such a tribe apply now.


jpuccinelli 1 day ago 0 replies      
No-IP.com | www.noip.com/careers | Reno, NV | Front-End Developer | ONSITE | Fulltime

-3 years of Front-End Development experience specific to web and mobile applications

-The ability to understand project requirements and turn them into functional code that meets the goals of the stakeholders and is visually appealing.

-Strong experience with modern website front-end development including HTML5, CSS3, Javascript frameworks and browser compatibility.

-Understanding of Single Page Application model

-Proficient understanding of client-side scripting and JavaScript frameworks

-Strong facilitation and collaboration abilities

-Approaches projects with a flexible and adaptable mindset, and the attitude to always strive for the best solutions

-A self-starter always looking for solutions, and someone who can easily tackle projects from a customers perspective

-A sample portfolio of work completed

juulikene 1 day ago 0 replies      
Relayr | Berlin/Munich, Germany | ONSITE | Full time

Who we are? relayr is a well-funded and rapidly expanding start-up based in Berlin and Munich. We have an extremely international and very friendly team, who build and maintain a full IoT technology stack. We are shaping the IoT world and building the future! Lets do it together!

We are actively hiring for the following positions:

NodeJS Developer / Scala Developer/ QA Engineer/ DevOps/ Full Stack Developer/ UX UI Designer/ JavaScript Engineer/ Agile Coach/ Security Specialist

Check out our career page for more details. You can also apply there directly, if any position sparks your interest!https://relayr.io/jobs/

Any questions? Dont hesitate to get in touch! julia.rovnik@relayr.io

techHX 20 hours ago 0 replies      
Software Engineers | Kent, UK | Permanent |

Holiday Extras are looking for experienced software engineers to come and use cutting edge technology to helps us revolutionise how customers (7 million and growing) travel better. Were in the process of moving to an API first micro services architecture and your skills and experience will be key in helping us achieve that, alongside helping us continue to deliver features that delight our customers and partners.More information at :http://join.holidayextras.co.uk/vacancies/software-engineer-...

See what our team say about working here at Glassdoor and our Tech Team Blog - http://tech.holidayextras.co.uk/

Or drop us an email if you want to learn more: recruitment@holidayextras.com

benrict 1 day ago 0 replies      
OpenDataSoft (https://www.opendatasoft.com) | Paris, France | Full-time, on site

OpenDataSoft (founded in 2011, 40 employees nowadays) is developing a SaaS platform that aims to make it very easy for anyone to create a data portal (which can be a public open data portal, a private internal data sharing space, or anything in between), and at the same time build a wide catalog of public easy-to-use data. You can see the public half of our work here (https://data.opendatasoft.com/explore/).

We're hiring:

Front-end Engineer (Senior or Junior) : help us build easy-to-use UIs to make data publishing intuitive; also help us re-build entirely our front-end stack this year (from AngularJS 1 to ...?)

Back-end Engineer (Senior or Junior) : we like to add a few 0s every year to our data processing performance metrics; help us make our Python stack faster and more resilient!

Technical Consultant : you like to hack around a platform (and talk to the R&D team about it), and to help customers become autonomous on a product (which sometimes means teaching a bit of HTML)

Being an Engineer at OpenDataSoft means being able to "drive a feature home", from the design and implementation choices to the documentation and advanced support. If you like contributing to a product and making impactful choices, we may be a great fit for you!We may look like a startup, but we have sensible working hours, a sane growth rate, and a very very low turnover. However, we still like beer, weird jokes, and food (a lot).

You can find more information and contact us on our website: https://www.opendatasoft.com/company/jobs/

If you're in Paris and would like to know more about us while drinking a beer, that's possible too!

alexdunn 1 day ago 1 reply      
Numerai | Web App Developer | San Francisco Onsite Only | Full-time | https://angel.co/numerai/jobs/198993-web-app-developer | xander@numer.ai

numer.ai is a real-time web app for Numerais weekly tournament to solve the stock market. Our users are thousands of anonymous data scientists around the world who compete to make the best predictions to control our hedge funds investments. Weve successfully begun a revolution in the finance industry, paying 7500 users for their 30 billion stock market predictions. Our work has just begun, and were looking for an amazing web developer to take the lead developing our web app.

BenderV 1 day ago 0 replies      
Doctrine | Sales | Paris | Doctrine.fr | ONSITE

Doctrine is the "Google" for the case-law in France! We are a young startup with a huge growth. We have raised more than 2M after less than 6 months of existence.

We use DL / NLP to automate lawyers' interns jobs! and we have a deep focus on User Experience.

We are looking for a French-speaking sales (wo)man to join the team and kick-start our growing sales!

We are also always hiring A-player Developers, Data-Scientists or any bright and ambitious hackers.

Apply here: https://www.doctrine.fr/recrutement or see our open positions on Angel List: https://angel.co/doctrine-/jobs

kmflutey 1 day ago 1 reply      
Not my company, but my country are hiring.

New Zealand, specifically our beautiful capital Wellington, are looking to attract global tech talent.

In fact they're bringing (fully paid) 100 successful applicants across from anywhere in the world and arranging interviews etc.

Check it out here http://www.wellingtonnz.com/work/looksee-registration/

alacombe 1 day ago 0 replies      
Cradlepoint | Multiple positions | Kelowna, Bc, Canada | Boise, Id, US | Los Gatos, Ca, US | Onsite | Full-Time | Cloud networking

We are looking for creators, leaders and team players that want an opportunity to work with a smart, energetic and passionate team that is revolutionizing the way businesses think about how they can add performance and scale to their existing network infrastructure. Innovation truly drives our core value and the success of our company, so were always brainstorming, analyzing and optimizing how to make our solutions better for each and every customer.

Open positions:

- R&D Program Manager

- QA Engineer III (SaaS)

- QA Analyst (FW)

- QA Engineer 2 (FW)

- QA Engineer 1 (FW)

- QA Analyst I (IS)

- Salesforce Developer

- User Interface (UI) Engineering Manager

- SaaS Software Development Engineer

- Software Development Engineer

- Development Operations Engineer (Dev/Ops)

Email directly alacombe@cradlepoint.com if interested by any of these position.

rbultje 1 day ago 0 replies      
Two Orioles | Video Software Engineer | New York, NY | Full-time, on-site

At Two Orioles, we're building a team of video compression pioneers to shape the future of online video streaming, working with some of the biggest video streaming companies in the business.

We're looking for software engineers to enhance and further develop our VP9 video encoder for our clients. This requires experience in C/C++. Knowledge of (x86) assembly is a plus. Ideal candidates are familiar with or have experience with the VP9, H264 or HEVC bitstream formats or model software and/or have experience working on (not with) opensource video codec software (x264, ffmpeg/libavcodec, etc.).

Interested in building tomorrow's video? Email me at rbultje@twoorioles.com

ianpri 20 hours ago 0 replies      
OpenPlay | London | ONSITE OR REMOTE (UK only), https://www.openplay.co.uk

We're a sports/activity marketplace looking for a mid-level full stack PHP developer, daily activities include

- Add new features to our core booking system

- Improving https://www.openplay.co.uk for our 30,000+ users

- Developing new endpoints for our APIs

- Investigating new ares of interest for our business including mobile payments, keyless entry systems, iBeacons etc

- Looking into react native for some upcoming apps we're developing

Tech stack is:

- Laravel 5/Redis

- Bootstrap

- Ionic hybrid apps

- All hosted on AWS deployed via codeship with forge/envoyer.

see https://larajobs.com/job/758/midsenior-laravel-developer-lon... for more information

di 1 day ago 0 replies      
PromptWorks | Software Engineer | Philadelphia PA | ONSITE https://promptworks.com/

We are a development shop that focuses on software craftsmanship. Our calling is to help companies create amazing, intuitive web & mobile applications, APIs, products, and services.

Pair programming, continuous integration & delivery, kaizen, and TDD/BDD aren't just ideas we pay lip service to, but core practices of our day-to-day work.

We love polyglots. We use lots of Ruby, Python and JavaScript (mostly React and React-Native), some Elixir and Go.


solworks 1 day ago 0 replies      
Solworks | Full-stack Developer Node.js | Leicester UK, Nottingham UK | ONSITE | Full time

We: Are a small startup creating beautiful SaaS applications to help companies manage employee time and holiday in a simple and consistent manner.

You: Are an enthusiastic developer who loves all things JavaScript, including its quirks, and wants to write modern, clean code. You are able to learn new things but also aren'tafraid to teach what you know.


* React

* Sequelize

* Semantic-UI

* Hapi, Nginx

* Swagger / OpenAPI

* Babel & Gulp & Mocha & ESLint

Bonus Points:

You can spin your own VMs or Containers, you know all your IDE shortcuts, you have existing open-source contributions.


* Exciting challenges.

* Free pizza Friday every month.

* Staff social events including coastal sailing and barbeques.

* Working with passionate, like-minded people.

* Great tea and coffee.

* Relaxed atmosphere and great facilities including our new table football

* As many monitors as you want!

* On-site parking.

If this sounds like your sort of opportunity, drop us a line at hello@sol.works

fluxsauce 22 hours ago 0 replies      
CNE Media / Kink.com | Senior Software Engineer | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE

CNE Media is a respected industry leader at the forefront of cutting-edge online content delivery technology and targeted, cross-platform marketing campaigns. Our team is made up of some of the most creative, innovative technical and marketing minds in the world. CNE Media strives to foster an environment where our employees are excited about the work they do and deliver unparalleled excellence every day.

We are headquartered in one of the most beautiful, livable cities in the US San Francisco and offer a truly unique work environment to our over 100 employees. Housed in a historic landmark, we offer full benefits, paid vacations, employer-matched 401(k) programs and much more!

Currently hiring a Senior Software Engineer and Senior Systems Administrator. Full job descriptions: http://jobs.kink.com/

Questions? jonpeck at kink dot com

legoman06 1 day ago 0 replies      
Aha! (http://www.aha.io) | Rails & Front End Engineering | REMOTE

Aha! is looking for experienced Ruby on Rails, Javascript and front-end engineers to develop rich interactive experiences in React with a Rails backend. Aha! is the #1 tool for product managers to plan strategy and roadmaps.

Aha! is profitable, you can work from anywhere in North America and we offer excellent benefits.

We use our own product to manage our work (which is especially rewarding), we deploy continuously and we are developing in Rails/CoffeeScript/React/d3. Our entire team is remote - primarily in US and Canada.

http://www.aha.io | email: amy@aha.io

ksolanki 1 day ago 0 replies      
Eyenuk, Inc | Senior Software Engineer and Research Engineer | Woodland Hills, CA | Fulltime | Onsite | http://www.eyenuk.com

At Eyenuk we are developing the next generation of retinal diagnostic solutions that leverage state of the art computer vision using deep learning with novel low-level morphological image analysis algorithms. Software/algorithms we develop makes critical clinical recommendations, and the healthcare professionals rely on the code we write to make these life-altering decisions.

We are hiring for:

1) Algorithms research engineer: The algorithms research engineer will conduct applied research in computer vision and deep neural networks, developing and implementing high-throughput image analysis algorithms, working closely with clinicians and expert doctors.

2) Senior software engineer: The senior software engineer will architect, design, develop, maintain, and deploy software that implements high-throughput (think hundreds of thousands of images an hour) image-based diagnostics. Desktop, web, and mobile.

Our stack: python/flask, Angular, Qt, and C++.

Interview process: Intro over skype -> Phone screen -> Onsite interview -> Offer.

Send email to jobs@eyenuk.com to apply (US-based candidates; H1b or OPT ok).

pdegnan 1 day ago 0 replies      
littleBits | Software Developer | NYC onsite | http://littlebits.cc

littleBits is a company aiming to get the world inventing. We make an award-winning system of modular electronics. Our kits have been integrated heavily in STEAM education programs and we are dedicated members of the maker movement. We aim to teach kids of all ages about systems thinking, empathy, and curiosity.

Our roots have been in hardware, but we are starting to rely more and more on software to enhance the system, and this is a position with that software team. We recently launched an iOS and Android app to allow you to control our Bluetooth LTE bits wirelessly. We also make a small internet-connected bit and run our own internet-of-things cloud to back it. Right now we are working on a programming-based kit that runs on top of our Arduino bit, and a new app that will communicate over BLE.

As a small team of software developers, we choose sharp tools and aim to keep our stack small. We enjoy a services layer written in Scala. Our main client is a Rails application that powers our community invention platform. Most UI work is done in React. Our IoT cloud is Java and a bit of Go. The responsibilities of this software team are 80% web/mobile product work, with the remaining 20% to support our ecommerce site, brand site, sales/marketing efforts, and enterprise system integration. The positions we currently have open are:

Senior Full Stack Engineer (Ruby)

Full Stack Engineer (Ruby)

Frontend Engineer (Javascript / React)

Mobile Engineer (Android)

Our interview process consists of a one-hour phone screen followed by a more extensive coding project with a 5-day deadline, and an in-person meeting of a half to a full day with the whole team.

If any of this sounds interesting to you, don't hesitate to get in touch at [paul.degnan@littlebits.cc]. There's a tremendous amount to do; ideally you have experience. Most of all though, we hope you're warm, understanding, funny, and committed to the cause.

kevinherron 1 day ago 1 reply      
Inductive Automation | https://www.inductiveautomation.com | Software Engineer | Folsom, CA

Come help develop the future of software used in industrial automation. In this position, you would join our core product development team. Together, we work to build our primary product, Ignition.

This position is focused on implementing and maintaining network protocols for communicating with industrial controllers (PLCs, RTUs, etc) as well as the system responsible for bridging data from those implementations into the Ignition platform. Responsibilities include new feature and protocol development as well as the maintenance and enhancement of existing functionality.

We are a tight-knit team of developers working every day to delight customers worldwide with a product they actually need. If this sounds like something youd like to be part of we look forward to talking to you.


- B.S. in Computer Science, or equivalent experience

- Minimum 5 years of programming experience

- Strong Java 8 skills

- Experience writing server and networking code

- Experience writing highly concurrent multithreaded code

- Modern toolchain and source control familiarity, e.g. Maven/Gradle and Git/Hg

Skills Not Required, But a Plus

- Experience with OPC Classic or OPC UA

- Experience with industrial automation fieldbuses or protocols such as Modbus, EtherNet/IP, Omron FINS, Siemens S7, Emerson/Fisher ROC, ABB Totalflow (DB/DB2), etc

- Experience with PLCs and/or PLC programming

- Any other relevant experience in industrial automation


You can also contact me at my email address in my profile.

nh2903840 1 day ago 0 replies      
Twist Bioscience | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE | www.twistbioscience.com

Precision Machine-Vision-Controlled Laboratory-Robotics for DNA Synthesis

Programmable DNA, the software of Life, is finally here! Twist Bioscience is developing a disruptive Synthetic DNA technology that will change the world, enabling widespread health and sustainability. Synthetic biologists will use our products to engineer how organisms produce cures to diseases, everyday chemicals are made using the atmosphere as the carbon source, plants make their own fertilizers, in-vivo diagnostics will alert us when we are sick, and many more applications.

Hiring software engineers to write laboratory automation control software for DNA synthesis. Work primarily in C#/.NET. Get experience with precision robotic equipment, state-of-the-art machine-vision, and custom firmware/FPGA/electronics. Work on a diverse set of problems from UI design to interfacing with bioinformatics databases to writing robot drivers to writing sophisticated data-analysis algorithms. Be part of a team creating an automated DNA synthesis factory!

Other Keywords: Biotech, hardware, WPF, C++, mechanical, electrical, physics, chemistry, control systems, Git, Python

Software Engineer - Roboticshttps://www.twistbioscience.com/careers/?gh_jid=205184

Apply on website or you can contact me (an engineer) directly: nhowells at [company domain]

ashchristopher 1 day ago 0 replies      
Wave | Toronto, Canada | Fulltime | Onsite

Wave is a top Toronto startup backed by amazing Silicon Valley investors ($60+ million USD raised). We build an ecosystem of financial applications for startups and small businesses. We currently have openings on our engineering and platform engineering teams:

At Wave you will:

 * Build scalable, fault-tolerant, tested, API-centric backend services in Ruby or Python * Use proven modern technologies to power financial grade distributed systems * Participate in architecture conversations, code reviews, and pair programming * Build rich user-centric experiences for businesses using modern front-end technologies (we use ReactJS) * Investigate and implement new technologies like GraphQL
What we offer:

 * Top tier compensation * Formal mentorship and career development * Unlimited snacks and beverages * Vibrant neighbourhood, ping pong, Xbox, rooftop patio, BBQ parties, and game nights * 5-star Glassdoor review (https://www.glassdoor.ca/Overview/Working-at-WAVE-EI_IE554319.11,15.htm)
In the press:

 * http://betakit.com/wave-raises-14-6-million-with-goal-to-grow-team-to-150-and-continue-mobile-development/
Apply here: https://www.waveapps.com/careers and mention Hacker News in the submission!

jklontz 1 day ago 0 replies      
Rank One Computing | Denver, CO | Onsite | Full-Time

Rank One Computing is an employee-owned small business specializing in computer vision and facial recognition algorithm development. Our technology is licensed by numerous organizations around the world, and our facial recognition SDK is increasingly found to be second to none.

We are interested in hiring a full-stack web developer to satisfy both client projects and internal R&D demands:

30 minute phone screening followed by onsite interview.

Flexible work schedule, competitive salary commensurate with experience and equity. Come ski with us when we close the office for a powder day!

tlrobinson 1 day ago 1 reply      
Metabase | http://www.metabase.com/ | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE, REMOTE | FULL-TIME

We're a small team building open source business intelligence tools with a strong focus on user experience.

Clojure backend, React + Redux + ES6 + etc frontend. Nearly all of the work we do is open source. We're looking to hire strong frontend, backend, or generalist engineers.

If you love open source, building beautiful products, and working with data, apply at http://www.metabase.com/jobs and feel free to contact me directly with questions.

applehire 1 day ago 1 reply      
Apple | Cupertino, CA | Data Engineer |Full time | Onsite

Apple's redacted team is looking for experienced engineers to work on big data, machine learning and high-scale, low-latency distributed systems. As a part of this team you will use machine learning at very large scale to build distributed systems that serve millions of customers.


- Hand on experience with Spark/Spark streaming/Kafka.

- Experience building analytics piplelines in both batch and streaming environments.

* We are not hiring junior developer for this position.

* Candidate must have existing authorization to work in United States. We are not sponsoring new work visa at this time.

if interested send your resume to mansur.ashraf@apple.com with [HN] in email subject

nigelgutzmann 1 day ago 0 replies      
Sniply | Software Developer, Machine Learning Engineer | Vancouver, BC | http://snip.ly

Sniply is a small startup (4 people so far), that makes a saas marketing tool. We're hiring for two new positions:

1) Intermediate Software Developer: a fullstack web developer, the core skill is javascript (we use react), but we also use python a lot (django, DRF)

2) Machine Learning Engineer: we are working on a lot of NLP problems, specifically with document summarization.

If you're interested, check out our postings: https://angel.co/sniply-1/jobs

cardine 1 day ago 0 replies      
Cortx | Junior Software Engineer (Artificial Intelligence Focus) | Baltimore, Maryland | Full Time, Onsite | http://cortx.com

Cortx is a small, profitable, natural language processing startup looking to hire a software engineer. You would be developing natural language processing software that is able to intelligently read, understand, write, and proofread text. Some applications of this technology include:

- A newspaper comprised entirely of robot authors

- A marketing consultant that uses AI to provide actionable advice to clients

- A machine proofreader that automatically corrects bad grammar

No artificial intelligence or machine learning experience is required - we care far more about your software engineering abilities than any prior machine learning experience. We will provide you with specific AI/ML training when you start.

Our interview process involves a quick coding screen, a more intensive Skype interview, and a final onsite interview.

You can see more info here http://cortx.com/careers/ or you can contact us at jobsatcortxdotcom - make sure to mention that you found us on HN!

knocte 1 day ago 1 reply      
Gatecoin (http://gatecoin.com) | Hong Kong ONSITE | Multiple Positions | Fulltime | (INTERNS also welcome, VISA sponsor)

We're a regulated exchange for bitcoin, ether and other blockchain assets based in Hong Kong, with many projects in our backlog!

We're looking for technical folks to join our growing international team of blockchain technology specialists:

a) Devs: Backend, Fullstack, Mobile (soonish via Xamarin)

b) QA (using NUnit, canopy, etc)

c) DevOps (using Ansible+Linux+GitLabCI)

d) Hybrid roles of the above

Our production environments are Debian, using technologies such as Redis and MySQL.

Our codebase is leaning more and more towards functional programming, in particular F#.

Get in contact to know more at andres at gatecoin dot com, using the subject "Interested in Gatecoin roles".

We help with sponsorship/relocation to Hong Kong.

Some nice perks we have:

- 10% of "free to tinker" time

- 10% of remote work time allowed

- International (more than 10 nationalities in same office), friendly work environment

Want to make a difference in the blockchain space? Join like-minded people and work together to bring about the decentralized financial revolution!

swesthafer 1 day ago 0 replies      
PayPal | San Jose, CA | Onsite (relocation available) | Hiring Javascript Application Engineers

PayPal is looking for JavaScript engineers who want to work both in the browser and on the server-side in Node.js. Over the past couple of years, we've worked hard to migrate our entire web application stack to Node and powerful client-side apps and we're looking to turn the dial towards product experimentation and innovation. We need your engineering ability and your desire to be a part of the whole product!

Im a manager on the Online Checkout (thats the Pay with PayPal button and experience) engineering team. We're looking for experienced JavaScript developers. My team is currently working primarily with Angular on the client and Kraken on Node. If you've got experience with React, we're actively exploring doing an inside-out migration of our application and could use your expertise. As most Node shops go, we're leveraging a whole lot of other open source tools as well and we're very supportive of open source activities for our people.

We have several openings within my team as well as within other teams--so drop me a line even if my particular opening doesn't sound interesting and I'll help you find the right place! You can contact me at swesthafer at paypal dot com

duellsy 1 day ago 0 replies      
elev.io | Melbourne, Australia | Frontend Developer | Full Time

== About us ==

elevio is a fast growing Australian based startup, specialising in customer success software. Having gone through Australias top accelerator program (Startmate) in 2016, and successfully raising a seed round in July '16, we're further expanding the team to deliver best in market software to help site owners better educate and up-skill their user base, through contextual in-app guidance.

You work will be viewed by teams at companies like Dell, Staples, AdRoll and hundreds more whose usage is among the 100M+ page views with our embeddable installed on each month.

== The role ==

You will be responsible for our backend dashboard. This is the app our customers use to create content, view advanced and insightful reporting and smart suggestions (which will aim to help them improve their product with data driven decisions), manage settings, and a bunch of other tasks. In particular, you will be building functionality that isn't in the current version (i.e. greenfield/blue-sky).

Ideal candidates will also have strong knowledge of modern Javascript, solid React experience will be a huge plus.

== Applying ==

If this sounds right up your alley, head to the following page to apply https://elev.io/jobs/a4b07e54-484d-4dc5-86ce-9d5ebf7935b3

atsaloli 22 hours ago 0 replies      
Vertical Sysadmin, Inc. | Sales | Los Angeles, USA | REMOTE, PART-TIME

Seeking commission-only sales agent for high-quality IT training.

We deliver on-site training world-wide. Small class sizes (12 max), expert instructors, excellent materials, tons of lab exercises.) People tell us it's the best training they've ever had. We're partnered with GitLab and Docker; and now with O'Reilly Media (to teach Shell Basics).

It's a small company (me and 1 employee). Our main income is from consulting but we are working on increasing our training volume.

I'm looking for someone who can act as an independent agent selling our training.

I'm offering 15% commission.

You'd have to generate your own leads.

Course catalog:- Linux shell basics- Time Management for System Administrators- Power Editing with vim- Git Foundations: From Novice to Guru- Continuous Integration with GitLab CI- Engineering for Reliability, Maintainability, and Security with C and C++


avaazjobs 1 day ago 0 replies      
AVAAZ | https://www.avaaz.org/en/hiring/ | Global | Full Time | REMOTE

Avaaz is changing the world, and well give you the means to change it, too. Our team is a place to exercise your creativity and your leadership, while building never-before-seen tools for one of the worlds top online activism organisations. You can let your imagination run wild figuring out how to grow the platform and tools, improve rapid-iterative processes and integrate new technologies. We are a nimble team working on creating opportunities to bring about the world most people everywhere want -- one of justice, peace, and freedom. The work environment is quite unique: whether youre in the office or working from home, our collaborative culture ensures everyone is heard and treated respectfully, with a strong focus on personal development.

Our tech build comprises the latest technologies (cloud computing, distributed systems, big data) using great languages (Python, PHP, JS) with proven and cutting-edge datastores (MySQL, Redshift, MongoDB, Redis, Memcache). At Avaaz, your work will have an impact on a huge scale: we have more than 40 million members, who have taken over 200 million actions, told over 500 million friends about Avaaz campaigns and donated more than $50 million online. Our global and distributed tech team creates beautiful, efficient code that works across browsers, platforms and localisations. Its backed by developers with a proven track record of designing, building and debugging large web applications.

Were roaming the world in the search for challenge-driven hard-working developers and senior developers with excellent spoken and written communication in English who are able to adapt and learn, with talents for creativity and abstract thinking. The quest is for people who fit that profile; we know specific skills can always be trained and developed.

We are currently hiring senior developers & system administrators.

Salary is competitive in the non profit space with generous benefits.

Apply here: https://www.avaaz.org/en/hiring/

alchemism 1 day ago 0 replies      
Sidecar | Philadelphia, PA - ONSITELooking for

SysAdmin: https://sidecar-orspartners.icims.com/jobs/2457/devops--sysa...

DBA: https://sidecar-orspartners.icims.com/jobs/3468/database-arc...

Front-end Engineer: https://sidecar-orspartners.icims.com/jobs/2727/front-end-en...

Sidecar helps the largest online retailers in the world connect their products to the right consumers through advertising channels including Google Shopping, Facebook Dynamic Ads, and Bing Shopping. We believe in our people and in the importance of a good beer. We hire fun, intelligent people. We closed our B-Round in Nov'16 and have been in hyper-growth mode since; now we need more engineers on our team.

We are looking for hackers experienced with some of the following: Go PHP Python Git Percona MySQL Ansible Packer Terraform Apache Nginx Redis ElasticSearch MapReduce InfluxDB Grafana AWS wizardry in general

If you are interested and local, visit our careers back at getsidecar.com, or email jeff@getsidecar.com directly. Mention in the email that you were referred by Steven.

ramikhalaf 1 day ago 0 replies      
Workpop | Santa Monica, CA | Front End Engineer | Full-time, onsite, (Relocation bonus, Visa Transfer, TN) | www.workpop.com | 5+ openings

Workpop is a well capitalized venture backed startup based in Santa Monica. We are streamlining hiring and HR for SMBs and their employees. We provide employers with sourcing, screening, digital onboarding and employee management all in one place. For job seekers, Workpop makes the job application process less painful by providing more transparency and personalized feedback on how to get the jobs they want. Were transforming an outdated industry with innovative technology and design, and were having a lot of fun doing it.

Workpop is looking for mission driven, talented, and passionate front-end software engineers to join our growing team. You work where design meets code. You know HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript like the back of your hand. You're passionate about experimentation, innovation, and playing around with the latest front-end technologies. You write clean, compatible, powerful user interfaces with speed. Bonus points if you are passionate about understanding your audience, and dreaming up ways to build great experiences for them.As a core member of our growing team, youll work closely with the rest of our design, engineering, product, team to turn ideas into tangible user experiences. You'll combine your keen design sense, stellar front-end chops, and the right technologies, to realize these ideas and validate them with users. Your wizardry will translate design concepts into living, breathing prototypes and finished products. We are a JavaScript shop: React, Meteor, node.

You can apply here https://www.workpop.com/jobs/64oY9i6iFYPmDGSDg and mention hackernews, or reach out to me at 'rami' at workpop.com

century19 1 day ago 0 replies      
AACB | Amsterdam | DevOps Engineer| ONSITEAACB is a leading company in financial (clearing) services. We run a global business where we process millions of transactions every day. We are looking for Big Data Developers to work on our Global Reporting and Analytics systems. This is a new and growing area with in the bank, you will be joining a small team and get great experience in developing global applications from the ground up.

We work with the Hadoop ecosystem: Scala, Spark, Impala, Kafka and more. Experience in some of these areas is a must.Send me a mail at patrick.mc.gloin at nl.abnamro.com

markhelo 1 day ago 0 replies      
Life360 | San Francisco

Life360 is the worlds largest network for families available for Android and iOS. Using proprietary location-based technology, Life360 processes over 1.3 billion location requests per day and enables over 50 million families to privately share location, provide vehicular crash detection for safety, communicate with ease and stay connected with alerts, lists and in-app messaging. The app operates in a convenient and secure way reducing friction and offering peace of mind to make family life easier. Founded in 2008, Life360 has raised $76M in venture financing and is headquartered in San Francisco with 50 employees.

For the Android/iOS roles, we are looking for engineers who are interested in designing polished UI or deep passion for functional programming which are two major areas of work this year.

For the backend roles, we are interested in engineers who are comfortable with scale and interested in stream processing and machine learning.

If you are interested, checkout out all our roles here - https://www.life360.com/jobs/

Our interview process is a phone screen and a day of 5-6 interviews followed by a quick decision. We interview for design skills, general relevant technical skills and overall communication skills. If you have those three, we can work with everything else.

If this is interesting, contact us at jobs@life360.com or directly apply from the link above.

anthonylukach 1 day ago 0 replies      
Osprey Informatics | Senior Full Stack Developer | Calgary, AB, Canada | ONSITE

Help us build the visual layer of the Industrial Internet of Things. We have built a fault-tolerant SAAS product to manage a distributed network of cameras, sensors, and on-premise servers. We employ both Cloud and Fog computing architectures to ingest, process, and store hundreds of thousands of images daily. Data is processed utilizing a number of computer vision/machine learning techniques (eg convolutional neural networks).

Osprey is looking for a Senior Full Stack Python Developer to expand its core development team. The majority of our near-term upcoming work will be in backend development, however there will be some front-end development opportunities as well. As we build out new features, we will also be re-architecting our system to promote continuous delivery and improved scalability.

Required Skills / Qualifications:

* At least 5 years experience working with:

 - Python - Linux/Unix environments - Git (or other source code management tools) - SQL Databases (we use Postgresql) - RESTful web services - Distributed systems - Object Oriented Programming
See more details here: http://stackoverflow.com/jobs/134238/senior-full-stack-pytho...

chicagomint 1 day ago 0 replies      
Digital Mint | Chicago, IL | On-site | full-time | http://digitalmint.io/

Digital Mint is an on-demand cash-to-bitcoin exchange company, enabling consumers to participate in the online economy using the versatility of digital currencies. We allow customers to convert their cash into bitcoin through physical kiosks and convenient point-of-sale solutions. It is our vision to become the largest consumer bitcoin transaction company in the United States, empowering underserved and unbanked consumers to utilize digital currencies as a tool for their financial lives.

Currently, we operate over 50 brick-and-mortar locations in 9 states serving over 13,000 individual customers! In addition, we are profitable, growing fast, and need motivated and talented team members to help us shape the landscape of the burgeoning digital currency ecosystem.

We're looking for dedicated engineers to help us scale our existing stack to keep pace with the ever-growing demand for bitcoin. Some technologies we use include Ruby on Rails, React.js + Redux, react-native, Redis, Elasticsearch, SQL, and Git. Experience working with bitcoin APIs and DevOps knowledge is a plus.

Send resume to: careers [at] digitalmint [dot] io


ohitsdom 1 day ago 0 replies      
Sun Nuclear Corp | Melbourne, FL | ONSITE (Madison, WI also an option)

Looking for a full-stack software engineer working with: C#, JavaScript (currently using knockout), Entity Framework, MS SQL Server, HTML/CSS. The product is a SPA for the medical industry. Great work life balance, and every engineer is empowered to make technical decisions to improve the product and tech stack.

Interview process: phone call with technical questions, then one on-site interview (~2 hours).

https://www.sunnuclear.com/careers#job-4212You can also email me your resume: dominicfoti at sunnuclear.com

amyngu 1 day ago 0 replies      
Cisco Meraki | Software Engineer | San Francisco | Full-Time ONSITE | https://meraki.cisco.com/jobs

Meraki is disrupting the world of traditional networking by bringing it to the cloud. Our mission is to make networking simple with ease of management through our web app called Dashboard, whether you have one local site or 500 worldwide. We make enterprise switches, firewalls, wireless access points, phones, and security cameras! Engineering at Cisco Meraki has the best of both worlds - job stability and benefits of a leading enterprise, but the Meraki magic of remaining like a SF startup in structure and culture. Meraki Engineers hack the full stack. You own your projects from start to finish and you have a lot of say in what project to tackle next! We're hiring across all teams:

 * Senior Software Engineer, Full Stack Web: https://meraki.cisco.com/jobs#48453 * Senior Software Engineer, Networked Systems: https://meraki.cisco.com/jobs#194290 * Senior Software Engineer, Platform: https://meraki.cisco.com/jobs#50444 * Software Engineer, Test: https://meraki.cisco.com/jobs#53181 * Software Engineer, Business Systems: https://meraki.cisco.com/jobs#543848
... and many more positions! Please apply directly on our website, thanks.

philippb 1 day ago 0 replies      
Keepsafe | Software Engineers | San Francisco (South Park)

Keepsafe is redefining consumer privacy and security. Join a cash flow positive startup in a product expansion stage and a small team of highly talented people.

Open positions:

- Android Engineer (https://jobs.lever.co/keepsafe/d561f35a-2435-466a-85d7-f346f...)

- Senior iOS Engineer (https://jobs.lever.co/keepsafe/484258ca-cea9-4ec6-8cff-74db0...)

- Android Kotlin Engineer (https://jobs.lever.co/keepsafe/6414e440-ed8e-4c1e-a156-6e4e1...)

- Senior Backend Engineer (https://jobs.lever.co/keepsafe/9b12b55a-5480-49ed-92c8-9d8c9...)

Other benefits:

- Healthcare, dental, vision, 401k

- Free daily lunch

- Able to work in Berlin for periods of time in Keepsafe Europes HQ

- Flexible work days to accommodate skiing deep powder during the week.

ldabiralai 1 day ago 0 replies      
PassFort | Front-End Engineer & Mobile Engineer | London, UK | ONSITE | https://passfort.com

PassFort is a young and ambitious start-up youll join a team of 6! Were a seed stage company (we raised 650k at the end of 2015), based in the centre of London, near Southwark tube station.

We're working to solve the problem of digital identity in regulated markets through new technology, great UX and simple solutions.

We use react, es6, redux, mocha and enzyme.

Salary: 40k - 55k with 0.3% - 0.6% equity

https://passfort.com/about#jobs or jobs@passfort.com

bridgetschultz 1 day ago 0 replies      
Glassbreakers | Senior Software Engineer | San Francisco & Oakland, CA | Full-time | Onsite

Glassbreakers has successfully launched our suite of enterprise software solutions for diversity and inclusion with some of the biggest companies in the world. We are looking for experienced engineers to help scale, build and innovate our products. This meaningful work on our team will allow for exposure to many different skillsets - architectural scaling, core product development as well as engineering leadership.

What we are looking for:

* You understand that good code also means a robust test suite that serves as a safety net for both current development and when things are refactored and changed in the future* You possess strong computer science fundamentals: data structures, algorithms, programming languages, distributed systems, and information retrieval* Experience developing on Ruby on Rails and PostgreSQL - over 4 years RoR development experience preferred* Knowledge of Rspec/Capybara* Working knowledge of front end web technologies like HTML, SASS, or JavaScript. React is a nice-to-have* A high level of comfort using git* Experience scaling multitenant implementations* You like to solve complex problems and are able to prioritize between different projects* Experience architecting scalable systems* Experience with Heroku and AWS hosting platform

Even if you dont meet the majority of our preferences above, we encourage you to please apply for this role. We are growing quickly and we value building relationships with all engineering candidates who share our passion for diversity & inclusion in the workforce.

To learn more and apply, check out: https://www.glassbreakers.co/careers#sse

markstraub 22 hours ago 1 reply      
Smile Identity | Mountain View | Full time | Full Stack Engineer | REMOTE, VISA

Smile Identity solves hard problems of identity for high value transactions in low-trust environments. We are backed by Vinod Khosla & 500 Startups.

We are looking for someone with a passion for server side development who wants to be a key part of the team designing a server architecture from the ground up. We need someone flexible that can code in a bunch of web technologies while dealing with the inevitable day to day issues of bringing a new service to life. The job is to implement and then continuously improve our API's, enterprise facing web, server security, and cost per transaction.


You love to code. You have coded a variety of languages/technologies; in particular heroku, sql, rails, js, html, css, python.

You are comfortable with combining web and compiled languages in a unified system. You understand security, the need to protect our client's privacy and the integrity of our data.

You understand the need for instrumenting. We need metrics for everything.

You are highly entrepreneurial. You take the initiative to solve problems as they arise, love to troubleshoot, and are flexible.

You are a great collaborator. You know that startups are a team sport. You speak your mind but also listen to others.You can take the heat. You are organized, do well under pressure, and can prioritize multiple tasks.

You have been part of a team that launched and maintained systems and APIs at scale. You have worked with AWS services and components and have a deep familiarity with Linux.

Preferred Qualifications

You were a SysAdmin in a previous life.Some C/C++ backgroundSome ML backgroundYou are a seeker of truth and get excited about expanding access and trust in underserved markets around the world

Qualified & interested? Email resume to talent@smileidentity.com

agconway 1 day ago 0 replies      
Alluvium | Brooklyn, NY | ONSITE | Full-time | http://www.alluvium.io/

Alluvium is an enterprise software startup developing a mesh intelligence platform for complex industrial operations. The platform is designed to support machine intelligence software services for industrial operations wherein there are complex streams of heterogenous data, and expert human operators tied to those operations. The company was founded in September, 2015, and since then has received interest from a broad spectrum of industries most notably oil and gas, fleet and logistics, and advanced manufacturing.

We're looking for software engineers and product engineers to join our small team in Brooklyn and help us build core products and technology.

As a software engineer you will help us build out our core stream processing platforms for doing distributed machine learning on noisy streaming data from physical systems. We primarily work in Scala.

As a product engineer you will design and build great web experiences for our users by understanding their workflows and finding ways to convey complex information. If that sounds interesting to you, we would love to hear from you: http://www.alluvium.io/software-engineerhttp://www.alluvium.io/product-engineer

gitonup 1 day ago 1 reply      
Indeed | Senior Developer IC | Seattle, WA | ONSITE | Fulltime | www.indeed.jobs

Work for the worlds #1 job site.


Our Seattle office has exploded in size in the past couple of years and we need developers with strong CS backgrounds. Web focus is a plus. We run an MVC webapp-backed-by-microservices platform, with a large Hadoop slow-cycle processing backend and more and more technical challenges to work with daily at a global scale with millions of users.

We have a gorgeous office space downtown near Pioneer Square by the water. All of our openings for this office can be found at: https://www.indeed.jobs/career/JobListSeattle

We're looking for someone whoHas a passion for run-time performance Thrives on simplifying complex information Loves to learn and develop new skills continuously Has a strong sense of ownership in every application they build RequirementsBS in Computer Science or related area, or relevant work experience Minimum 6 years experience in software development with at least 2 years in Java programming Deep background in information retrieval (IR), knowledge representation or computational linguistics Significant experience with large scale, high performance systems. Experience building solutions for high traffic web sites a plus

You can drop our Seattle recruiter a direct line by b64decoding amdhYnJpZWwtY2UraG5AaW5kZWVkLmNvbQ==

Kabukks 22 hours ago 0 replies      
SPIEGEL Tech Lab | Android Developer | Hamburg, Germany | Full time | Onsite | http://www.spiegel.de

We're looking for someone to dive into our existing Android code bases as well as develop new mobile apps from the ground up.

Apps you'll be working on include SPIEGEL ONLINE, DER SPIEGEL, and SPIEGEL TV which are used by millions of readers daily.

We need you to be proficient in Java, Android SDK, and Git. We would be very pleased if you bring a curious mind as well :) In addition to that, familiarity with relevant technologies used within SPIEGEL will be a plus (e.g. SQL, HTML, CSS, JS, iOS development, Java server side).

Due to the nature of our industry (publishing), you should be able to read/write/speak German on a native level.

Interested? Please send your application to techlab@spiegel.de

debuggest 1 day ago 0 replies      
InComm Digital Solutions | UI/UX Designer, Systems Engineer, Database Engineer, Software Engineer, SQL Server DBA | Portland, Oregon | ONSITE

InComm is hiring for many positions in the Portland office. We're in the stored value product industry (think gift cards), and many other financial products.We're using C#, React, RabbitMQ, Redis, and SQL Server, and any experience with AWS or Docker is a bonus. Building out APIs to integrate a wide variety of customers and third parties. Free lunch and breakfast once a week, located downtown, free parking or TriMet pass. Free snacks and hackathons once a year. Great atmosphere and opportunity to grow.

Looking for:

* Senior UI/UX designer to help us create designs for new and existing products. In this role you will collaborate with our product management and software development teams to turn ideas, use cases, and user stories into mockups, wireframes, and working software.* Senior Systems Engineer to assist with dev ops* Senior Software Engineer (.NET/client side with AngularJS or React)* Senior Database Engineer (SQL Server) - ideal candidate for this position with have experience performing enterprise reporting development in a Microsoft environment. You will be sharp, motivated, hardworking, and well versed in enterprise reporting tooling, frameworks, and best practices. Experience writing testable, scalable solutions is very important to us.* SQL Server DBA

Relocation may be available for some positions. Email me at rfaaberg at incomm dot com with your cover letter and resume if you're interested.

fleaflicker 1 day ago 0 replies      
Fleaflicker | Senior Front-end Engineer | Brooklyn, NY | REMOTE, Full-time

We are a small, highly-focused team dedicated to delivering a best-in-class fantasy sports application to our customers. We're looking for a seasoned, professional developer to help build the next-generation of our web and mobile applications.

* Significant front-end engineering experience

* Expertise working on at least one large application

* Strong knowledge of, and experience with, modern HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, including

 - at least one major JavaScript framework (e.g., Angular, Backbone, React), - CSS preprocessing (e.g., SCSS, Less), - templating engines (e.g., Closure Templates) - CSS frameworks (e.g., Bootstrap, Bourbon)
* Excellent telecommuting and time-management skills

Send resume and cover letter to jobs+hn@fleaflicker.com

More details at https://weworkremotely.com/jobs/4115-senior-front-end-engine...

currentoor 1 day ago 0 replies      
AdStage | Full-Stack Engineer | San Francisco ONSITE

AdStage is a cross-channel advertising management platform helping in-house marketers and digital agencies easily report, automate, and optimize paid search and social campaigns under one roof. We are looking for someone to join our report product team. Report is a WYSIWYG tool for marketers to build dashboards and present their performance internally and to their clients.https://www.adstage.io/reporting/

The report product stack is Clojure and Datomic on the backend, with Clojurescript and Om Next on the front end. We are looking for people with experience or a desire to learn functional programming in a modern Lisp.

You can read our blog to see how we leverage this stack.https://medium.com/adstage-engineering/realtime-apps-with-om...

Also see some of our open source work (more in progress).https://github.com/AdStage/pluck-api

If you are interested please email jason@adstage.io.

prophetjohn 1 day ago 0 replies      
PolicyGenius | New York, NY (NYC/Manhattan) | Full-time, on-site only

We're crushing the insurance industry and hiring for lots of roles! Growing super fast (but not too fast!)!

Check out some of these sweet roles you could apply for:

- Full stack software engineer!

- Front end software engineer!

- DevOps engineer!

- Data engineer!

My goodness, who _is_ this company?! Find out more here: https://www.policygenius.com/careers

Didn't answer your question? You can ask me directly! I'm josh@policygenius.com

Are you a recruiter who has a super qualified Data|DevOps|Software engineer for me? Please don't we don't use recruiters.


robrockit 1 day ago 0 replies      
Stamps.com | El Segundo, CA | Web Applications Developer

The Stamps.com Web Applications Development team is looking for a Web Applications Developer who will be responsible for coordinating and participating in all facets of web application development for multiple projects, production, maintenance, upgrades, quality assurance and compliance with established company development standards.


- Develop new and maintain existing web applications- Support of long-lived, rich web applications using JavaScript, HTML, CSS, jQuery- Object oriented JavaScript using frameworks & libraries such as ExtJS, jQuery, AngularJS, etc.- Collaboration with other team members, Scrum/Agile process- Evaluation of product designs to help refine requirements and adherence to design & specifications- Documentation and design of code to ensure readability and maintainability- Ability to perform deep debugging into external frameworks when needed


- 3+ years Object Oriented JavaScript experience- 3+ years web development experience (HTML/XHTML/DHTML/CSS)- Experience with other frameworks like Jquery, AngularJS, etc.- Experience of DOM manipulation and other DHTML concepts- Experience in cross-browser and cross-platform compatibility- Understanding of web development best practices- Full stack experience with .Net Web Api is a plus- Strong attention to detail- Desire and willingness to learn and master new technologies- Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Apply here:https://careers-stamps.icims.com/jobs/1372/web-applications-...

mrferos 1 day ago 1 reply      
FlexShopper | Node Engineer & DevOps Engineer | Boca Raton, FL | Full-Time, ONSITE preferred, but REMOTE is an option.

FlexShopper is the leading online lease-to-own platform, with the largest LTO marketplace, an LTO payment method for third party sites, and an expanding portfolio of verticals for generating leases online.

FlexShopper is seeking smart, energetic, passionate engineers to join a growing team to help develop our new microservices platform that has real scaling requirements (at 3 years old, the current system is handling multiple million hits a day).

Engineers would be joining a fast-paced environment driving towards the goal of delivering rock-solid software that solve interesting problems to enhance the user's experience, solve back office problems, or new ways to aggregate & analyze data (we have tons of it).

Some of the technologies we work with: Node, Angular, Mongo, Docker (in production! containers are deployed onto our Deis - soon to be Kubernetes - cluster), ElasticSearch, MySQL, Python, R (Data!)

If you're interested, contact andres.galindo at flexshopper.com

pea 1 day ago 1 reply      
NStack | London, UK | Full time | Onsite | Functional Developers / Data Scientists | http://nstack.com

NStack lets data analysts to do sophisticated data work in the cloud without a team of engineers. To accomplish this, were a building a platform for composable, data-driven microservices, using a mixture of Haskell and Linux systems (including containers, systemd, dbus, with some typed DSLs, systems code, and distributed systems thrown in.) Our aim is to use the fundamental lessons of programming languages and operating systems to provide an abstraction over infrastructure.

Were looking for both talented programmers -- preferably with some knowledge of typed functional languages and *NIX systems programming -- and data scientists to join our team to make this a reality. Its a challenging role, working on hard problems, and offers the chance to work with a top technical team and shape a company and product from an early stage.

NStack is funded by top-tier investors from the West Coast, the founders are both technical and ex-YC / academia, and our team is lucky enough to include world-class talent for the problem we're solving. Salaries are competitive and include generous stock options. EU applicants welcome (other visas possible). Were looking at a range of positions and experience levels - whether youve just left uni or been hacking for 20 years, if youre interested please get in touch.

Any questions please comment, reach out via leo@nstack.com, or https://angellist.com/nstack/jobs


sendgridee 1 day ago 0 replies      
SENDGRID is hiring Senior Software Engineer | Redwood City, CA

Apply here: http://grnh.se/2byfw11

Founded in 2009, SendGrid is an industry-disrupting, cloud-based customer communication platform that solves the challenges of reliably delivering emails on behalf of our customers. We deliver over 33 billion emails a month for customers like Airbnb, Spotify, and Uber.

We are building an Internal Platform Team to drive SendGrids evolution to the next level of technological sophistication. This teams primary objectives are all rooted in the need to give SendGrid the ability to scale to extreme volumes. You will be supporting high-volume data pipelining, providing a scalable and fault-tolerant platform that enables the email sending engine, and supporting the core network services which all SendGrid products are built on. Your team will focus on developing and maintaining multi-datacenter managed systems for the flow, processing, and storage of massive amounts of data. You will develop scalability and reliability strategies for handling a large user base and billions of messages per day.

komrade 1 day ago 0 replies      
Student Loan Hero - https://studentloanhero.com/ - Austin, TX - Full Time - Remote

Student Loan Hero combines financial education with easy-to-use tools to help the millions of Americans living with student loan debt to manage their student loans smarter.

Founded in 2012, Student Loan Hero is helping 100,000+ borrowers manage and eliminate over $2 billion dollars in student loan debt. We're on a mission to help 44 million Americans manage their student loans smarter.

For both current and former students who want to manage their loans in line within their own budget, Student Loan Hero offers free loan calculators, unbiased personalized advice, and repayment plans, all with a user-friendly interface and dashboard.

Current Openings:

* SEO Manager - Full-time, Remote: https://student-loan-hero.workable.com/jobs/410312

* Marketing Copywriter - Full-time, Remote: https://student-loan-hero.workable.com/jobs/399078

More jobs: https://studentloanhero.com/careers/

pauldekt 1 day ago 0 replies      
Numina | Backend Engineer | San Francisco, CA, New York, NY or St. Louis, MO | Full-time

Numina is a sensing platform that uses computer vision to deliver real-time insights from streets and make cities responsive. Numina's deploy-anywhere sensor is purpose-built to help urban planners measure all kinds of activity in streets bicycles, pedestrians, wheelchairs, strollers, different types of vehicles, and more and not just what things are, but where they are and how they're moving. Numina empowers cities to design safer and more equitable streets, while providing the data backbone for private-sector urban automation.

We seek a software engineer to help build out the backend infrastructure for Numina. Our backend engineer will be reporting to our CTO with daily progress and technical deliverables, and s/he will be responsible for collaborating with the product team to provide functionality to our frontend applications.

More details: https://angel.co/cty/jobs/204709-backend-software-engineer

Nelnet 1 day ago 0 replies      
Nelnet - IT Infrastructure Engineer - Data Center - Sioux Falls, SD - Full-Time

Provides daily ongoing deployment, configuration, support, administration, maintenance and technical solutions to various technology components that make up the data center environment. This position is located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

For more info and to apply: https://careers-nelnet.icims.com/jobs/4381/it-infrastructure...

itaifrenkel 1 day ago 0 replies      
Forter | Security DevOps | Tel Aviv, Israel | Full-Time

TL;DR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyCCLp3-M0k

Forter is looking for a DevOps Engineer with broad experience in security to join us in the amazing challenge of combating online fraud. We are looking for an experienced DevOps who has faced security challenges such as DDoS mitigation, data breach protection and applying data access policies for almost 100 employees.We at Forter spend all day stopping online criminals from stealing, and this makes us a logical target for an attack. Were looking for someone to lead data security compliance at Forter, taking it all the way from designing to implementing and communicating (including documentation) with management and customers. Just to clarify we are a lean startup with flat-org engineering, and compliance means infrastructure automation, best practices and training, not a long list of policies. The Senior Security DevOps role shall evolve to take ownership on growing needs, beyond security, of Enterprise Readiness.

If you are interested, please apply https://www.forter.com/careers/senior-security-devops-engine... or email me at itai@forter.com

launch-potato 1 day ago 0 replies      
LAUNCH POTATO | Engineers, Product Managers, Marketing | http://launchpotato.com/careers | Delray Beach, FL, or Remote | Full Time

Launch Potato is a profitable startup studio that incubates and launches mobile and web companies on our proprietary technology stack.

Were HQed in Delray Beach, FL, but have an amazing, distributed global team. We believe in building teams who can solve complex problems using smart marketing, great engineering, data science and fun!

Featured Openings:

Front-End Engineer, Marketing - http://launchpotato.com/front-end-engineer

DevOps Engineer - http://launchpotato.com/devops-engineer

Data Engineer - http://launchpotato.com/data-engineer

Product Manager - http://launchpotato.com/product-manager

Campaign Manager - http://launchpotato.com/campaign-manager

Junior Marketing Analyst - http://launchpotato.com/marketing-analyst-jr

kamiller201 1 day ago 0 replies      
Lifion | New York, NY (Chelsea) | Full-Time ONSITE | Software Engineer, Mobile Engineer, Sr Software Engineer | Rapid Application Development Platform

We utilize Javascript with React on the front-end and Node.js on the back, Docker containers, Scala and more. If you are the kind of person who thrives in a challenging environment and has creative expertise and a thirst for pushing the limits, we are interested in you!

Our scrum teams are comprised of Software Engineers who get a thrill out of setting up test frameworks and thrives on quality code. If thats you, let us know and you can take the lead.

Responsibilities - Deliver highly automated, intelligent and predictive solutions for our client offerings - Responsible for building out the core frameworks of the metadata-driven platform being developed in-house, including building out the Source Control - Management piece that will allow application developers to have their own isolated development environments - Deliver innovative solutions to drive next generation user experiences, designs and technologies - Responsible for ensuring the successful transition to a Service Oriented Architecture framework with the help of containers - Spearhead POCs on the latest technologies and help Lifion by ADP move even faster - Choose the right tool for the right job

Check out all of our postings here: http://grnh.se/fs3lh51

SamGlasberg130 12 hours ago 0 replies      
Stitch, Inc. | Philadelphia,PA | Multiple Open Positions

* Who We Are *Stitch is a simple, powerful ETL service built for developers. Stitch connects to all your data sources--from databases like MongoDB and MySQL, to SaaS tools like Salesforce and Zendesk--and replicates that data to your data warehouse. With Stitch, developers can provision data to analysts and other team members in minutes, not weeks. To learn more, visit www.stitchdata.com, read our blog, and follow us on Twitter (@stitch_data).

* Open Positions *We currently are looking to fill the following roles: - Mid-level/Senior Software Engineer (ONSITE) - Senior Cloud Operations Engineer (ONSITE) - Developer Evangelist (REMOTE) - Business Operations Manager (ONSITE)

All job descriptions can be found here: https://www.stitchdata.com/jobs/

* Interested? *Email Sam Glasberg - sam@stitchdata.com or apply online.


foomoo 1 day ago 1 reply      
VincuVentas | Full-Stack Software Engineer | Bogot, Colombia | VISA http://vincuventas.com/

We're looking for a Full-Stack Software Engineer to join our diverse colombian-swiss-dutch-german-us-american team in Bogot. VincuVentas is a data-driven marketplace for matching job-seeking candidates and businesses. The inception of our business idea was enabled through one of the most important company builders in the LATAM region, Polymath Ventures [0], with which we share an office. Our stack includes Ember.js, Python (Flask), PostgreSQL, Heroku, Elasticsearch.

Necessary: Proficiency in using SQL for data summarization and data aggregation, e.g. for reporting and analytics Bonus points: Good applied statistics skills or experience in machine learning

Needless to say, Bogot is a very exciting place to live in, Colombia offers many options for getaways and exploration (think beaches, mountains, plains and jungle rolled into one).

More info and application here: https://boards.greenhouse.io/polymathventures/jobs/468065

Feel free to ask me any questions you might have, find my email in my profile.

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

PrepScholar2 1 day ago 0 replies      
PrepScholar | Boston, MA | Onsite | Full-time | Product Manager | $100,000-$200,000

PrepScholar is hiring Product Managers!

PrepScholars mission is to improve education at scale through technology. Our flagship product is an SAT/ACT prep program that automatically learns the strengths and weaknesses of each student and creates an individualized learning program through machine learning. You can think of it as an automated tutor that provides a compelling learning experience at scale. We also have a large web presence with over two million monthly visitors to our free tools and articles.

We believe we have a major advantage over other companies in our space because of our technology-centered and analytical approach to education. We're profitable and bootstrapped, and you'll work on products that impact millions of students worldwide.

As a Product Manager, you'll be launching a brand new product for a graduate exam (GRE/GMAT/LSAT/MCAT). You'll oversee the entire go-to-market strategy, including product development, test content, customer development, marketing, and sales. You'll be responsible for your product's P&L and plan to grow it to be the leading product in its category.


* Build and manage a product roadmap for product launch and iterations

* Interface with engineers and test content developers to create the product

* Develop effective marketing materials for all our online channels

* Manage P&L and develop a strategic business plan to grow your product to a dominant position

Our ideal candidate has:

* Experience developing and shipping products and technologies

* Demonstrated ability working with technical teams to rapidly produce prototypes and iterations

* Understanding of financial and business metrics, including P&L, conversion rates, customer acquisition costs, net promoter score, viral factor

Please send your resume and cover letter to job.pm+hn@prepscholar.com, and read more at http://www.prepscholar.com

daveb5130 21 hours ago 0 replies      
Jaunt VR | Software Engineers | San Mateo | Onsite www.jauntvr.com

Jaunt is pioneering the future of creative storytelling through cinematic virtual reality. Founded in 2013, Jaunt is the leading developer of the hardware, software, tools, and applications to enable cinematic VR and put the power of virtual reality in the hands of todays best content creators. Jaunt works with leading creatives from brands to artists to filmmakers to create cutting-edge content accessible across all devices and platforms.

Available Openings:

Senior QA Engineer

Senior Software Engineer - Applications

Software Engineer - Full Stack (backend web)

Senior Software Engineer - Video Streaming

Software Engineer - Android

Software Engineer - SDK


szx 1 day ago 0 replies      
Code Ocean | Junior Developer Advocate | New York City | https://codeocean.com

Code Ocean is a Cornell-Tech startup company on a mission to make scientific code more accessible and reproducible. We're building a cloud-based executable research platform that provides researchers and developers with an easy way to share, discover and run code published in academic journals and conferences.

We are recruiting a Junior Developer Advocate to join our team.

Your main responsibility would be to help users get their code running on our platform in a way that best showcases their research and results. You should be able and eager to quickly familiarize yourself with and dive into any of the following as needed: Python, R, MATLAB/Octave, C/C++, Julia, Lua, Java, shell scripting - whatever we throw at you, really. Dont worry, weve got your back if you get stuck!

Good communication skills are important - you'll be spending a lot of your time interacting with users, holding their hand and encouraging them as they encounter the platform for the first time. Most of them would be academic researchers, so personal familiarity/experience with scientific research and academia in general is a major plus.

To apply please email contact@codeocean.com with the subject "Junior Developer Advocate" and any relevant information.

anton_y 1 day ago 0 replies      
Coboc | Embedded Software Engineer C/IoT/E-Bikes | Heidelberg | ONSITE, FULL-TIME

We are developing, producing and selling electric bikes of a new kind. They stand out by a award winning design, light weight, unique usability and a fully integrated drive system that we develop completely in house including motor control, battery management and bluetooth connectivity. We are selling these for the fourth year now and need support to expand our technological lead.

At coboc you will: * Architect, implement embedded software in C for our integrated drive system * Develop new features in short development cycles with quick product integration * Evaluate new technologies and streamline our development process

Technology Stack: * Embedded C, Python * Linux, Eclipse, MPLabX, MATLAB, Bitbucket (GIT, Mercurial) * TDD: Unity, CMock * Microchip dsPIC, Atmel/Arduino, ARM Cortex-M * Slack, Trello, Confluence

What you should bring: * Degree in information technology, electronical Engineering or similar * At least 3 years of work experience in electronics development, testing and troubleshooting * Strong knowledge of embedded C or C++ for programming microcontrollersleshooting * Collaborate with the team, and also possess the ability to work autonomously * Speaking German fluently

Interested? Please write to anton[at]coboc[dot]biz | www.coboc.biz/jobs

samjbobb 1 day ago 0 replies      
Octopart | New York City | Full Time | Onsite

Octopart (YC W07) is a search engine for electronic components. Every month, 500,000+ engineers and part buyers use Octopart to find parts, research pricing and availability, find datasheets, and select components for new designs.

You'll be part of a small, supportive, friendly team who genuinely enjoy working together.

We use: Linux, Python, Go, MySQL, Elasticsearch, AWS.


* Backend Web Engineer* UX Designer

Contact: jobs @ octopart.com

Full position details and info to apply: https://octopart.com/jobs

kris99999 1 day ago 0 replies      
Trice Imaging | QA Engineer | REMOTE (USA time zones)

- Contribute to a better patient experience for medical images

- Current stack is mostly Ruby on Rails, Ember.js

- All-remote (two people at the HQ office), across the US and Europe

During interviews, you will get a chance to video chat with everyone on the engineering team (not all at once)


myvest 12 hours ago 0 replies      
MyVest | San Francisco | Senior Software Engineers (as well as Architect and other roles) | Full-time | Onsite | https://www.myvest.com/careers/

Are you passionate, authentic, and looking for a challenge?MyVest is a financial technology pioneer based in the heart of San Francisco. We combine best practices in wealth management with best-in-class technology.We're not here to make rich people richer; we embrace our mission to help more families secure their financial future by providing advisors access to technology generally available only to the very wealthy.

We have a number of open roles: https://www.myvest.com/jobs/- Senior Software Engineer (multiple openings)- UI Architect

Leviter 1 day ago 1 reply      
BVA-Auctions | Engineers | Amsterdam (Netherlands) | Onsite/Remote | https://www.bva-auctions.com

Working in an office in the city center of Amsterdam for a big auction house in Europe (present in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Austria).

Currently, we serve around 30 million visitors per month and 200 million page views.

Always changing and improving the platform (from a classic all-in-one application, towards a real platform exposing an API and a new front-end written in AngularJS). There is no hierarchy within our team and do everything ourselves (also recruitment).

Keywords: REST, AngularJS, Java, Spring, Hibernate.

Current job openings can be found on our techblog, but for your convenience... here are some direct links:

- AngularJS front-end developer (http://techblog.bva-auctions.com/agile/vacancy-front-end-dev...)

- Java developer (http://techblog.bva-auctions.com/bva-auctions/vacancy-java-d...)

jmpz 1 day ago 1 reply      
Pandora | Full Stack Software Engineer | Oakland | Onsite, Full-time http://pandora.com

Pandora has multiple great opportunity for seasoned engineers with several years of diverse experience, and a passion for learning and applying new technical knowledge.

At Pandora, we're a unique collection of engineers, musicians, designers, marketers, and world-class sellers with a common goal: to enrich lives by delivering effortless personalized music enjoyment and discovery. Peoplethe listeners, the artists, and our employeesare at the center of our mission and everything we do. Actually, employees at Pandora are a lot like the service itself: bright, eclectic, and innovative. Collaboration is the foundation of our workforce, and were looking for smart individuals who are self-motivated and passionate to join us. Be a part of the engine that creates the soundtrack to life. Discover your future at Pandora!

Sr. Software Engineer: https://pandora.com/careers/position?id=ozOo3fwySr. Software Engineer: https://pandora.com/careers/position?id=ooYb4fwlSoftware Engineer: https://pandora.com/careers/position?id=oTcx3fwp

cynusx 1 day ago 0 replies      
NoviCap | Senior software engineer | Barcelona | ONSITE, VISA novicap.com https://gist.github.com/noverloop/c009b47332cb75b8659692753e....

=== About us ===

NoviCap is helping companies that need money to get early payments for their outstanding invoices.We are based in Barcelona and have an international engineering team that likes rock climbing, predictable code, fantasy lore and science!

=== Senior software engineer ==

We are looking for a senior software engineer to help us roll out our early invoice payment api to UK and US. It involves scaling, lots of scraping and good knowledge of design patterns is a must.

We believe that great software is not written, it is rewritten once you get a much better idea of all the use-cases and common breakage patterns.

You must be experienced in at least one modern Object oriented programming language and we'll assume you can learn a new language in a short timeframe.

you can find more info in the gist above, the website: https://novicap.com/en/careers.html or by emailing me at nicolas@novicap.com

signafire 1 day ago 0 replies      
Signafire | Big Data Engineer | New York | ONSITE http://signafire.com/careers/

To apply, email jobs[at]signafire[dot]com with the subject line [Hacker News Big Data Engineer] and your resume attached. Please include a brief personal summary.

Our data engineers build and support the backbone of our software. We're a nearly 100% Clojure shop, with a distributed processing architecture powered by: Elasticsearch (ELK), Apache Storm, RabbitMQ, Redis, Linux, and AWS. We mainly develop on Macs, host Gitlab, and use Slack, Google Apps, and JIRA for collaboration. If you have an interest in any of Functional Programming, Distributed Systems, NLP, Search, or Data Mining: this is the job for you!

Our backend team works closely together and is highly agile with flexible roles: if something needs to get done, you have the full power to make it happen. Every team member gets full access to all our projects.

About the company:

Signafire provides business intelligence and decision support tools for high-profile commercial companies. We enable better and faster decision making through tailored solutions for data collection, analysis, and visualization. Please see our website for more information about the company.

vimarshk 1 day ago 1 reply      
Okta | SF, Toronto, Seattle, London | Full-time, On Site

We are builders and owners. We believe we are solving some extremely big problems. Join a group of amazing humans who thrive on making customersand each othersuccessful.

Why work at Okta? We believe that work is a never-ending process of learning and iteration. We work on extremely complex problems. We work on products that make millions of people's work lives better. We're funded by the industry's most respected investors.

Benefits: Happy hours, Ping pong, Lounges, Food, Global offices, HQ in San Francisco's bustling SOMA district, HQ South in San Jose opening March 2017, Competitive salary, Stock options, Flexible time off, Weekly All-Hands, Hackathons and Volunteer events

These are some of the ideas we live by: Confront the hard problems and solve them. Don't bullshit people. Protect the customer. Think bigger. Make it work. Never stop.

Please visit: https://www.okta.com/company/careers/ for all open positions and email: vimarsh.karbhari@okta.com

jdiez17 1 day ago 0 replies      
Owlstone Medical | London/Cambridge UK | Onsite, full-time | Full Stack Software Engineer

The work you'll do at Owlstone will be at the intersection of electronics, physics, chemistry, computer science, and data visualization. Owlstones mission is to save 100,000 lives and save health care providers $1.5B by 2020. We need to add more top-class Software Developers to our team to help us achieve it. You can choose to join our office in London or at the Science Park in Cambridge.

As a Software Developer at Owlstone, you will be a vital part of the team tackling very challenging problems such as detecting early-stage cancer from patients breath, or warning people of the presence of minute amounts of life-threatening chemicals in their surroundings. To enable development of new detection & diagnosis algorithms for multiple applications, we are expanding the team responsible for building & administering our data pipelines and data interfaces.

Full job spec here: https://www.owlstonemedical.com/about/careers/full-stackdevo...

Send an email to am9zZS5kaWV6QG93bHN0b25lLmNvLnVr to get past the HR filter ;) (no recruiters, please)

kbaker 1 day ago 0 replies      
Venture Research Inc. | Software Engineer | Plano, TX (Dallas, TX, DFW) | Onsite Only | http://www.ventureresearch.com

February Already ?!?

Interested in RFID? In improving inventory and replenishment processes in hospitals, labs, and clinics? In automatically tracking pallets, containers, and other assets around a facility? Come join us!

Venture Research is a leader in the RFID industry and is consistently pushing the leading edge of what is possible using RFID. We have a variety of opportunities available for both fast-paced new product design and development as well as for development on some of our long-term stable products. 17 year old small but growing company, privately held, with excellent benefits, 401K matching, paid health insurance and highly competitive salary and bonus structure.

We are hiring for the following positions:

* Embedded platforms engineer: C, Linux, Android NDK. Experience with hardware co-design, Python, QT, Django, React a plus.

* Embedded firmware engineer: microcontroller development using primarily NXP Kinetis parts.

* Senior .NET / Backend developer: C#, VB.Net, ASP.NET, MSSQL, Oracle, JavaScript and JQuery. .NET MVC a plus.

Please email resumes to hr@ventureresearch.com, or use the email in my profile. Thanks!

lintaho 1 day ago 0 replies      
Trialspark | Full-stack developers, product designers, and more | New York City / NYC | Full time | https://www.trialspark.com

We're a software and technology company that helps accelerate the discovery of new drugs and medical treatments by reimagining the clinical trial process.

We've worked with a range of studies that have helped develop new treatments for diseases such as Ebola, Alzheimer's, and HIV. We are an early-stage company based in NYC looking to hire our first few employees to help us achieve our mission of bringing life saving treatments to patients faster. We offer competitive compensation packages (salary + equity) and benefits.

As an early stage employee, you'll be working directly with the founders and have a strong voice in product and technology decisions. You'll have ownership over large portions of the product and how it evolves. Ideally you have at least 2+ years of experience. For engineers specifically, you'll be working at all levels of the stack (flask/python + react/javascript).

We'd love to hear from you - apply at https://jobs.lever.co/trialspark or shoot me a message at linhao@trialspark.com!

edwinwills 1 day ago 0 replies      
Rentify | Software engineer | London | Full-time

Rentify is an online letting agency that uses technology to make both landlords' and tenants' lives easier (and cheaper). We offer landlords guaranteed rent based on an algorithmically determined property valuation, and attribute most of our savings to efficiently using technology to solve problems.

We're looking to add some mid to senior Ruby/Rails engineers to our in-house engineering team, to help us build both public-facing and internal tools.

Recently projects include building an internal search engine using React, Elasticsearch and Rails and an automatic rent payout system based on Stripe Connect.

Our main app is Ruby on Rails with PostgreSQL as a store, hosted on AWS. Other technologies we use every day are Elasticsearch, React, Chef, Sinatra and Redis.

If you're interested or would like to know more, please get in touch with us at jobs@rentify.com - our full job description is available at https://www.rentify.com/jobs#ruby-engineer

No recruiters please.

SCM 1 day ago 0 replies      
Stevens Capital Management LP| Radnor, PA| FULL TIme| ONSITE| https://www.scm-lp.com

Stevens Capital Management LP (SCM) is a registered investment adviser that manages a multi-billion dollar hedge fund that has been in business for 25+ years.SCM specializes in the rigorous development and disciplined implementation of empirically based quantitative trading strategies. Our highly productive team works in a fast-paced collegial environment, utilizing extensive data sets, technology and the scientific method to devise and employ trading strategies throughout the worlds most liquid financial markets.

We are currently looking to hire for the following positions:Technical Recruiter: http://scm-lp.com/technical-recruiter/C++ Market Data Feeds Developer: http://scm-lp.com/c-market-data-feeds-developer-position/Execution Developer: http://scm-lp.com/execution-developer-positions/Implementation Developer: http://scm-lp.com/implementation-developer-positions/

Please submit your resume to: recruiting@scm-lp.com

AdsEnv 1 day ago 0 replies      
ADS Environmental | Full-Stack Developers | Huntsville, AL | Remote, US, Full-Time, www.adsenv.com

ADS is helping create a cleaner and safer environment by bringing exceptional insight and intelligence to municipalities around the world through our hardware and software products. We're very passionate about the products we create because of the positive effects it will have on millions of people around the globe.

Tech Stack:

 Front End: Angular2, TypeScript, Google Material Design Backend: ASP.NET Core for microservices, Python for our machine learning apps Public Cloud: Azure
Interview Process: We've hired from HackerNews successfully before. Phone call first, remote coding session, then if all goes well, we'll bring you on-site for interviews and to meet the team.

Positions We Need:

 -Someone who is strong in Angular2/TypeScript and can lead a front-end team -Someone who is strong at backend microservices with ASP.NET Core. Ideally also well versed in DevOps and can help us work more efficiently. -Someone who can help us implement more unit testing, for both front-end and back-end.

Email Mary Beach (mbeach@idexcorp.com) or check us out at idexcorp.com/careers

EmilLondon 1 day ago 0 replies      
Citymapper. London, UK. (ONSITE VISA)

Reinventing the transport app, built for commuters and their daily needs. One single app for all the different use cases and challenges of city life.

Read our blog at https://medium.com/@Citymapper

Please apply at https://citymapper.com/jobs/

Contact me at emil at citymapper dot com

Some keywords: Python, Go, golang, C++, Web, React, iOS, Android, data science, site reliability(SRE), DevOps, AWS, EC2.

manicminer 23 hours ago 0 replies      
Room Key | Clojure Developer | Charlottesville, VA | Full-time, onsite | www.roomkey.com | 2 openings

Room Key is looking for a software engineer with strong server-side web development experience in a functional language - preferably Clojure - to join our back-end web development team.

Room Key was founded by six of the world's largest hotel companies to lower the cost of hotel distribution for our founders and commercial partners.

We are located downtown in beautiful Charlottesville VA, the home of the University of Virginia and a growing and active tech community. It's a great place to live and work. We are looking for on-site team members and we are willing to help with re-location costs.

Read more: https://www.roomkey.com/careers.html

FabioFleitas 1 day ago 0 replies      
Tesorio (YC S'15) | Senior Full-Stack & Backend Engineers | Burlingame, CA | ONSITE https://www.tesorio.com/careers/

* Senior Backend Engineer: build microservices to interconnect accounting software & work on our webapp's backend (Python/Django)

* Senior Full Stack Engineer: work with our frontend stack (React/ES6) & our backend stack (Python/Django)

* Apply to any of these roles here: https://www.tesorio.com/careers/

Tesorio is a Y Combinator-backed startup that is building the next-generation of business finance & transactions. In the same way that Stripe modernized payment processing, we want to do the same but for business finance.

We are developing machine learning algorithms to understand business cash needs, predictive algorithms to forecast future cash flow, and a sleek UI/UX to make our products enjoyable to work with.

We raised a seed round led by top investors including First Round Capital (Uber + Warby Parker), Floodgate Capital (Twitter + Lyft), Fuel Capital (Layer + CoreOS), Red Swan (Coinbase + Buffer), Slow Ventures (early Facebook team), Hillsven Capital (founders of Ariba), and Paul Buchheit (creator of Gmail, YC Partner).

untitledwiz 1 day ago 0 replies      
Teradata Labs | Senior Software Engineer, DevOps Engineer | Boston, MA OR Warsaw, Poland | H1B transfer OK

Our group within Teradata Labs (Teradata Center for Hadoop) is an active contributor to the SQL on Hadoop open source project PrestoDB. We're looking for senior software engineers to join us in bringing PrestoDB to the enterprise!

Technology stack:

- Presto is written entirely in Java 8

- Admin and infra support tools are written in Python

- Git for source control

- We are big believers in continuous integration so we run builds and tests continuously on Travis CI and Jenkins

- We use Ansible, Docker and Vagrant for automated installation and environment provisioning

As a Senior Engineer youll be responsible for the following:

- Building new functionality into Presto to increase enterprise adoption. Thinking at Scale and being a performance conscious engineer

- Applying strong familiarity with algorithms and complexity analysis, database systems, and distributed systems concepts

- Writing unit, integration, and system tests that run in our continuous integration environment

- Collaborating with teams members to solve engineering problems

The Teradata Center for Hadoop was established through the acquisition of a startup (Hadapt) and so the culture and feel of our office is still very much that of a startup.

E-mail me directly if you're interested :) presto -DOT- hackers -AT- gmail -DOT- com

tkmcc 1 day ago 0 replies      
Curalate | Full Stack Developer, Backend Developer, Front End Developer, Product Designer, Client Support Engineer | Seattle, NYC, Philadelphia | VISA https://www.curalate.com/

Curalate is the leading visual commerce platform, connecting pictures, people and products. Our visual commerce software helps more than 850 brands tell their stories through imagery in order to drive engagement, build awareness, and form stronger, more meaningful relationships with consumers.

We're hiring developers, designers and product people with exceptional problem solving skills, creative out-of-the-box thinking, and comfort with quickly learning, evaluating, and deploying new technologies. We're not language zealots: we believe in using the right tool for the job, and are comfortable with a polyglot codebase. That said, today we lean on:

 - Languages: Scala, Javascript - Infrastructure: AWS, Asgard - Databases: Cassandra, MySQL (RDS), DynamoDB, Redis, Redshift, CloudSearch - Frameworks: Finagle, Storm, Scalatra, Lift - Front End/Mobile: AngularJS, Bootstrap, Backbone, Ionic
Check out our Engineering Blog to learn more: http://engineering.curalate.com

You can find and apply to all roles on our jobs page (https://www.themuse.com/companies/curalate), or reach out to me directly and mention HN (<my username>@curalate.com).

thmorton 1 day ago 1 reply      
Counsyl | Software Engineering (Robotics) | South San Francisco | ONSITE

Counsyl is a health company that offers DNA screening for diseases that can impact men, women, and their children. We screen patient's DNA for inherited (and other) conditions in our automated lab: https://www.counsyl.com/

We are looking for a Software Engineer to join the Automation Software team. We are a small team that builds the software that runs automated systems that prepare blood samples for DNA sequencing. We have a modern stack (Python + Django + Postgres + React running on Linux), and day-to-day do everything from building user interfaces to controlling industrial robotic arms from a web browser.

Check out the links below and apply online, or shoot me an email at taj at counsyl.com if this sounds interesting to you!

Video of our lab: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SH4q428jAEs

Official job posting: https://www.counsyl.com/careers/software-engineer-automation...

splix 23 hours ago 0 replies      
Ethereum Classic | Go/Rust Engineer | Remote

Ethereum Classic is a decentralized platform that runs smart contracts on blockchain. Ethereum Classic is a continuation of the original Ethereum blockchain - the classic version preserving untampered history. See more at https://ethereumclassic.github.io/

We're looking for Go and/or Rust developers to join our core team to work on Open Source projects at https://github.com/ethereumproject

Please send your CV and Github link to igor@artamonov.ru Please also include a cover letter with some details what is your experience with blockchain, distributed systems and crypto

robotpony 1 day ago 0 replies      
LemonStand | Canada (Vancouver) | Full-time Full Stack | Onsite | Remote

This is position is open to remote team members living within Canada, or for Vancouver folks to work (mostly) in our lovely downtown office.

We're looking for a skilled Full Stack Developer to join and lead our front end dev team. At LemonStand we help web designers and developers create some of the best online stores for fast growing brands. We've released many exciting new features and tech, and want you to help us build more.

You will be working with the founder and CEO to understand how our customers use LemonStand to build great online retail businesses, translating that into product features and priorities. You'll also be working with the CTO to develop these user stories into productive experiences and technical principles, applying them to the product on a weekly basis.

At LemonStand we get excited about our customer's success, we obsess over the stories of the people who use our software, we know their business challenges and workflow and we want you to help us build software that'll make them hugely successful.

You would be working using a number of standard tools and driving direction for the front end stacks.

Tell us about yourself at [jobs] at [lemonstand.com], or learn more by visiting: https://lemonstand.com/careers

cbogie 1 day ago 0 replies      
Mesosphere, Inc. is hiring a variety of software engineers to help build the Datacenter Operating System, based upon Apache Mesos. If you're looking to work on distributed systems, large clusters at scale, containers & microservices, and big data frameworks, we'd love to hear from you. Languages we use include Scala, Java, Erlang, Go, C++, Python, & Javascript.

We start the process with an introductory call, then a coding challenge + review call, followed by a full day of onsite interviews.Software Engineer openings:

-Infinity (SF): http://grnh.se/rjxb2e

-Marathon (SF & Hamburg: http://grnh.se/pab62x

-Networking (SF & Hamburg): http://grnh.se/5psoa0

-Foundations (SF): http://grnh.se/5bsnkd1

-Frontend (SF & Hamburg): http://grnh.se/f3wyvu

-Mesos (SF & Hamburg): http://grnh.se/2daykb

-Intern (SF & Hamburg): http://grnh.se/a4052y

We are hiring for full time roles in our SF, CA and Hamburg, Germany offices, and will sponsor visas wherever possible.

If it makes sense for you and works for our team, we are open to remote, home office working arrangements, in both the US and EMEA.

brdd 1 day ago 0 replies      
Conduit | https://conduit.to | Boston, MA (Cambridge, MA) (Harvard Square) | ONSITE, REMOTE, INTERNS accepted

Conduit is a small, funded startup based out of beautiful Harvard Square. We build a personal CRM software to help people reconnect with others and develop genuine relationships. It's meaningful work for today's world.

BENEFITS include: - strong salary and significant equity in a fast-growing company; - incredible location (it's so hard to get offices in Harvard Square but we did it); - technology budget and flexible hours; and - responsibility and ownership over large projects.

STACK: Full-stack, front-end (ES6/React/Python), back-end (Python/Django and/or Node/Express), data operations (Python), mobile (React Native/Swift/Java)

WE'RE HIRING full-time engineers (see below) as well as particularly strong part-time engineers and interns. You should be able to hold your own and have previous experience. If you're looking for an opportunity to do great and impactful work, eventually lead your own team, and be an early member of an incredible company, get in touch with me, Brandon: bw [at] conduit.to

victorquinn 1 day ago 0 replies      
Spring | multiple positions | NYC | onsite | full-time | https://www.shopspring.com

Join our growing engineering team at Spring, a well backed startup headquartered in New York City. We are building the future of shopping, helping brands make the transition from brick and mortar to mobile and web. We have built and are scaling a single source marketplace for a growing list of great brands to sell their products direct to consumer.

A few cool challenges we are tackling: building out a good REST API so our external partners can integrate with our massive multi-brand product catalog, building our own custom order management system, tons of scalability work, using machine learning to bring greater personalization and product recommendations to our product

We've got a beautiful office by the Flatiron building and we offer all the startup benefits you'd expect.

We are looking for iOS, web, and backend engineers in lead, senior, and junior roles.

Learn more about our tech stack and working here at Spring: https://www.shopspring.com/engineering

Apply here: http://grnh.se/icdh7l1

Or feel free to email me directly victor at shopspring.com with a resume or any questions about our company, our roles, etc.

petethomas 1 day ago 0 replies      
C2FO | Research Engineer | Seattle | ONSITE, Full time, Visa considered | https://c2fo.com

The C2FO lab is charged with developing tools for small businesses to help them win the fight against their own unpredictable cash flow using networks instead of traditional financial intermediaries, e.g., banks.

Today we work mainly in Go and JavaScript and put roughly equal emphasis on writing papers and writing software. Team members need to be able to define their own areas of interest, write their own supporting documents, and lead their own coding projects while welcoming help and input from others. Simultaneous with the largely independent effort is a need to demonstrate to stakeholders outside the team why your work is valuable.

Our interview process consists of an initial conference call to assess mutual interest, then one or more onsite interviews in Pioneer Square.

C2FO as an organization is headquartered in Kansas City and has some great investors on board including Mithril Capital Management, Temasek, and Union Square Ventures. We have a separate, larger engineering team that we collaborate with and that publishes open source at https://github.com/c2fo.

The position includes an excellent compensation package (commensurate with experience), equity ownership, Health Benefits, 401K and more.

If interested, please email pete@c2fo.com.

EDIT: added benefits blurb

DenisM 1 day ago 0 replies      

We're building a communication hub for manufacturers and retailers, so that they can exchange all kinds of information related to the goods being traded. This hub will gradually take over all other communication methods such as Excel/FTP/Email/Dropbox towards Cloud/Mobile. As well, it will allow to repurpose a customer's data for a number of additional products for them. We're aiming for scale of tens of thousands of manufacturers, this is not a consultancy gig.

We're looking someone who can empathize with how the users are running their business, and who can employ technical skills and wits to build a better workflow for those users. This is a Principal-level position, you would need to own the outcome in it's entirety. Your scope of responsibility will start with optimizing individual workflows for our customers, a combination of features to remove a given thorn in customer's side, and it will progress to entire products. All the way from interviewing representative customers to mass-deployment.

There is no shortage of work:

 - E-Commerce integration - EDI integration - Mobile development - Interaction design - Generating print material - Payment processing - User analytics (for our customers to track *their* customers) - Email campaign orchestration and tracking (ditto) - Data visualization (ditto) - Logging - C# business logic - Modern web front-end, likely React or Vue.js
About us:

 - Opportunities: A huge area of responsibility. Pick two if you dare. - Family-friendly: Sane hours, generous vacations. - Benefits: Health. - Financial security: Enough pay so you don't have to worry about it. - A stake in success: Meaningful stock option grant. Really. - Profitable
Can you get things done? Please contact denis@amptab.com

prettyweird 1 day ago 0 replies      
LunchBadger | Senior Software Developer (Backend) | San Francisco, Vancouver, or REMOTE | https://www.lunchbadger.com

LunchBadger is a VC-funded early-stage startup building a next-generation platform that empowers developers and enterprises to compose, manage, monitor, and monetize cloud-native API microservices. For more information on our product, please check out http://www.lunchbadger.com.

We are looking for a Senior Software Developer (Backend) to join a small but growing team. This is a great opportunity to have a real impact on the product and the team. Due to our small size, we're looking for someone who can participate in the project in multiple ways, whether that is writing and designing software, creating automation to deploy and manage it in production, or helping to support our customers.

Tech we use: Node.js, express.js, LoopBack, AWS, Docker, Kubernetes, Terraform

More information at https://www.lunchbadger.com/careers-senior-software-engineer...

nsantosa 11 hours ago 0 replies      
Health Recovery Solutions | Hoboken, NJ | FULLTIME | ONSITE

Health Recovery Solutions is looking for talented Software Engineers who are eager to solve big problems with cutting edge technology in order to improve the lives and promote the well being of patients who use our platform every day. We are a venture-backed software company that supplies leading medical centers with platforms that help reduce readmissions and improve clinical results. We are looking for people with PHP, Java and web application experience.

Roles: Senior Software Engineer

If you are interested please visit our website and apply - http://healthrecoverysolutions.com/job-listing/9

Questions? Send to nsantosa@healthrecoverysolutions.com

cianuro 1 day ago 0 replies      
Chartbeat | Senior Backend Engineer | NYC, NY | Onsite, Full time

Chartbeat is a New York City-based company that makes products which help publishers build and grow their audience. Our software measures how users engage with online media beyond clicks and pageviews, so content creators can understand what, within their content, is keeping people engaged. Partnering with more than 50,000 websites across 60+ countries, Chartbeat's software and front-line tools help the world's leading media companies understand, measure, and value the attention earned by their content.

We are seeking curious Backend Engineers to join us on this adventure by helping build the components, systems, and dashboards that newsrooms use to learn about how their audiences engage with their content.

Our stack includes Python, Clojure, Postgres, Redshift, and Kafka. Over 1 million messages pass through these systems each second and support measuring tens of millions of concurrent readers across our customers sites.

If this sounds interesting to you or if you have any questions please reach out to paul+hiring@chartbeat.com or apply here: https://chartbeat.com/careers?gh_jid=149293

bartman 1 day ago 0 replies      
PlaytestCloud | Full Stack Developer | Potsdam, Germany (Berlin Area) | ONSITE | https://www.playtestcloud.com

Work on a great product being used by game studios like Ubisoft, ZeptoLab, Wooga, and many, many more.

* Were looking for a full stack developer keen to learn new things & technologies.

* Join a growing, highly motivated team of 8 people wanting to change the way video games are tested.

* Both founders have a tech background and we are proud of our engineering culture.

What were looking for:

* 3+ years of development experience (in university or in the industry)

* Fluent in English

* Quick learner aiming to deeply understand the whole stack

* We DO NOT require any prior experience in the technologies were currently using, but heres a list: Ruby on Rails, AngularJS, Java (Android), Objective-C/Swift (iOS), CoffeeScript, JavaScript/ECMAScript 2015, ReactJS, C++14, PNACL, PostgreSQL, Redis, Heroku

About PlaytestCloud:

PlaytestCloud is the premier provider of user testing for game studios. We run an online platform where game designers can upload their in-development iOS, Android or browser games, let real players try them out and get feedback in form of summaries, surveys, and in-game video recordings.


* Our office in the quiet and beautiful Potsdam Griebnitzsee area is easy to reach with the S-Bahn train from Berlin

* Youll get a MacBook Pro for work

* We offer free drinks, snacks, and coffee in the office

dmangot 1 day ago 0 replies      
Papertrail (Solarwinds) | Lead Operations Engineer | San Francisco | ONSITE http://bit.ly/2krNaNm

For more information, email dmangot[at]librato[dot]com with the subject line [Hacker News Papertrail Ops]

If your idea of fun is ingesting terrabytes and terrabytes of data 24 hours a day, then we've got the job for you. Papertrail is looking for a lead ops engineer to help build, improve, and manage our high performance stream processing pipeline. This is truly one of those jobs where you and your developers/operations friends can use the tool you operate every single day.The Papertrail stack is largely Ruby, Java, Scala, and MySQL. Lots and lots of MySQL. This is your opportunity to come in and lead a small operations team at a company that is growing every month. Plus, with the backing of Solarwinds behind it, there are no worries about running out of VC funding, or where the next round is coming from. We're a small distributed Ops team where everyone writes code, operating an existing successful business and we're looking for the next piece of the puzzle to collaborate in taking our operations engineering to the next level.If this sounds interesting to you, we'd love to open up a conversation about whether we're a good match, setup some interviews and a coding test. You can find the contact info above.About the company:Papertrail manages billions of log messages for operations-savvy companies. Papertrail provides time-saving log tools, flexible system groups, team-wide access, long-term archives, charts and analytics exports, monitoring webhooks, and 45-second setup. It's all your logs in one place, and it "just works". Papertrail is a wholly owned subsidiary of Solarwinds, Inc.

handyman5 1 day ago 0 replies      
Quantcast (https://www.quantcast.com) | Senior Software & Systems Engineers, Developer Tools | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE | Full-time

Developer Tools scales our developers' joy. We deliver tools to make our global engineering corps happier and more productive while they build systems that process over 40 PB/day. We own CI/CD, monitoring and alerting, collaboration tools, and lots more. If running one of those sounds interesting, drop me a line at acompton@quantcast.com or apply below.

Senior Software Engineer: https://www.quantcast.com/careers/7ed14e90-4cd5-43a7-be5b-57...Senior Systems Engineer: https://www.quantcast.com/careers/c9d0bc2a-b258-462c-9e93-c7...

Kaedon 1 day ago 0 replies      
ChowNow | Los Angeles, CA (Playa Vista) | Full Time | Onsite | https://www.chownow.com/

At ChowNow, we build online ordering systems for thousands of restaurants and millions of diners. We're launching a few new products soon that I'm excited about. I love working here as an engineer. It's a great balance of challenge, freedom, and impact.

We've been growing quickly and we're looking to hire an Operations (DevOps) engineer! As background, we had a manually configured AWS infrastructure that we've retired in favor of an Ansible / Terraform-based setup. We've automated infrastructure and our deploy process so it's a great time to come in and shape where we go from here.

We also have positions open for a Principal Front-End Engineer (Ember.js / Node) and a Data Analyst on our careers page at https://jobs.lever.co/chownow?lever-via=MO5-ac-qvc.

If you're interested or have questions what it's like to work here, please contact me at kevinlondon@chownow.com or our recruiter, Candice, at candice@chownow.com.