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Summary of the Amazon S3 Service Disruption amazon.com
976 points by oscarwao  10 hours ago   422 comments top 67
ajross 9 hours ago 22 replies      
> At 9:37AM PST, an authorized S3 team member using an established playbook executed a command which was intended to remove a small number of servers for one of the S3 subsystems that is used by the S3 billing process. Unfortunately, one of the inputs to the command was entered incorrectly and a larger set of servers was removed than intended.

It remains amazing to me that even with all the layers of automation, the root cause of most serious deployment problems remain some variant of a fat fingered user.

conorh 9 hours ago 4 replies      
This part is also interesting:

> While this is an operation that we have relied on to maintain our systems since the launch of S3, we have not completely restarted the index subsystem or the placement subsystem in our larger regions for many years.

These sorts of things make me understand why the Netflix "Chaos Gorilla" style of operating is so important. As they say in this post:

> We build our systems with the assumption that things will occasionally fail

Failure at every level has to be simulated pretty often to understand how to handle it, and it is a really difficult problem to solve well.

jph00 9 hours ago 5 replies      
> From the beginning of this event until 11:37AM PST, we were unable to update the individual services status on the AWS Service Health Dashboard (SHD) because of a dependency the SHD administration console has on Amazon S3.

Ensuring that your status dashboard doesn't depend on the thing it's monitoring is probably the first thing you should think about when designing your status system. This doesn't fill me with confidence about how the rest of the system is designed, frankly...

losteverything 9 hours ago 5 replies      
"I did."

That was CEO Robert Allen's response when the AT&T network collapsed [1] on January 15, 1990

He was asked who made the mistake.

I can't imagine any CEO now a days making a similar statement.

[1] http://users.csc.calpoly.edu/~jdalbey/SWE/Papers/att_collaps...

savanaly 9 hours ago 4 replies      
Not as interesting an explanation as I was hoping for. Someone accidentally typed "delete 100 nodes" instead of "delete 10 nodes" or something.

It sounds like the weakness in the process is that the tool they were using permitted destructive operations like that. The passage that stuck out to me: "in this instance, the tool used allowed too much capacity to be removed too quickly. We have modified this tool to remove capacity more slowly and added safeguards to prevent capacity from being removed when it will take any subsystem below its minimum required capacity level."

At the organizational level, I guess it wasn't rated as all that likely that someone would try to remove capacity that would take a subsystem below its minimum. Building in a safeguard now makes sense as this new data point probably indicates that the likelihood of accidental deletion is higher than they had estimated.

westernmostcoy 8 hours ago 4 replies      
Take a moment to look at the construction of this report.

There is no easily readable timeline. It is not discoverable from anywhere outside of social media or directly searching for it. As far as I know, customers were not emailed about this - I certainly wasn't.

You're an important business, AWS. Burying outage retrospectives and live service health data is what I expect from a much smaller shop, not the leader in cloud computing. We should all demand better.

seanwilson 8 hours ago 2 replies      
> At 9:37AM PST, an authorized S3 team member using an established playbook executed a command which was intended to remove a small number of servers for one of the S3 subsystems that is used by the S3 billing process. Unfortunately, one of the inputs to the command was entered incorrectly and a larger set of servers was removed than intended.

I find making errors on production when you think you're on staging are a big one for similar errors. One of the best things I ever did on one job was to change the deployment script so that when you deployed you would get a prompt saying "Are you sure you want to deploy to production? Type 'production' to confirm". This helped stop several "oh my god, no!" situations when you repeated previous commands without thinking. For cases where you need to use SSH as well (best avoided but not always practical), it helps to use different colours, login banners and prompts for the terminals.

magd 9 hours ago 5 replies      
Oh, that interview question. Tell me about something you broke in your last job"
dsr_ 9 hours ago 2 replies      
" we have not completely restarted the index subsystem or the placement subsystem in our larger regions for many years. S3 has experienced massive growth over the last several years and the process of restarting these services and running the necessary safety checks to validate the integrity of the metadata took longer than expected"

This is analogous to "we needed to fsck, and nobody realized how long that would take".

orthecreedence 9 hours ago 2 replies      
TLDR; Someone on the team ran a command by mistake that took everything down. Good, detailed description. It happens. Out of all of Amazon's offerings, I still love S3 the most.
idlewords 8 hours ago 2 replies      
"we have changed the SHD administration console to run across multiple AWS regions."

Dear Amazon: please lease a $25/month dedicated server to host your status page on.

rkuykendall-com 9 hours ago 1 reply      
tl;dr: Engineer fat-fingered a command and shut everything down. Booting it back up took a long time. Then the backlog was huge, so getting back to normal took even longer. We made the command safer, and are gonna make stuff boot faster. Finally, we couldnt report any of this on the service status dashboard, because were idiots, and the dashboard runs on AWS.
Dangeranger 9 hours ago 3 replies      
So this is the second high profile outage in the last month caused by a simple command line mistake.

> Unfortunately, one of the inputs to the command was entered incorrectly and a larger set of servers was removed than intended.

If I would have guessed anyone could prevent mistakes like this from propagating it would be AWS. It points to just how easy it is to make these errors. I am sure that the SRE who made this mistake is amazing and competent and just had one bad moment.

While I hope that AWS would be as understanding as Gitlab, I doubt the outcome is the same.

all_usernames 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Overall, it's pretty amazing that the recovery was as fast as it was. Given the throughput of S3 API calls you can imagine the kind of capacity that's needed to do a full stop followed by a full start. Cold-starting a service when it has heavy traffic immediately pouring into it can be a nightmare.

It'd be very interesting to know what kind of tech they use at AWS to throttle or do circuit breaking to allow back-end services like the indexer to come up in a manageable way.

hyperanthony 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Something that wasn't addressed -- there seems to be an architectural issue with ELB where ELBs with S3 access logs enabled had instances fail ELB health checks, presumably while the S3 API was returning 5XX. My load balancers in us-east-1 without access logs enabled were fine throughout this event. Has there been any word on this?
djhworld 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Really pleased to see this, it's good to see an organisation that's being transparent (and maybe given us a little peek under the hood of how S3 is architected) and most importantly they seem quite humbled.

It would be easy for an arrogant organisation to fire or negatively impact the person that made the mistake, I hope Amazon don't fall into that trap and focus instead on learning from what happened, closing the book and move on.

mmanfrin 6 hours ago 0 replies      
There are quite a few comments here ignoring the clarity that hindsight is giving them. Apparently the devops engineers commenting here have never fucked up.
certifiedloud 9 hours ago 3 replies      
This is a bit off topic. The use of the word "playbook" suggests to me that they use Ansible to help manage S3. I wonder if that is the case, or if it's just internal lingo that means "a script". Unless there is some other configuration management system that uses the word playbook that I'm not aware of.
mleonhard 6 hours ago 0 replies      
AWS partitions its services into isolated regions. This is great for reducing blast radius. Unfortunately, us-east-1 has many times more load than any other region. This means that scaling problems hit us-east-1 before any other region, and affect the largest slice of customers.

The lesson is that partitioning your service into isolated regions is not enough. You need to partition your load evenly, too. I can think of several ways to accomplish this:

1. Adjust pricing to incentivize customers to move load away from overloaded regions. Amazon has historically done the opposite of this by offering cheaper prices in us-east-1.

2. Calculate a good default region for each customer and show that in all documentation, in the AWS console, and in code examples.

3. Provide tools to help customers choose the right region for their service. Example: http://www.cloudping.info/ (shameless plug).

4. Split the large regions into isolated partitions and allocate customers evenly across them. For example, split us-east-1 into 10 different isolated partitions. Each customer is assigned to a particular partition when they create their account. When they use services, they will use the instances of the services from their assigned partition.

zaargy 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Kinda reassuring to hear how everything is hacked together with shoestrings - even at Amazon.
i336_ 3 hours ago 1 reply      
> (...) [W]e have not completely restarted the index subsystem or the placement subsystem in our larger regions for many years. S3 has experienced massive growth over the last several years and the process of restarting these services and running the necessary safety checks to validate the integrity of the metadata took longer than expected.

All those tweets saying "turn it off and back on again"?

"We accidentally turned it off, but it hasn't been turned it off for so long it took us hours to figure out how to turn it back on."

Poorly-presented jokes aside, this is rather concerning. The indexer and placement systems are SPOFs!! I mean, I'd presume these subsystems had ultra-low-latency hot failover, but this says they never restarted, and I wonder if AWS didn't simply invest a ton of magic pixie dust in making Absolutely Totally Sure the subsystems physically, literally never crashed in years. Impressive engineering but also very scary.

At least they've restarted it now.

And I'm guessing the current hires now know a lot about the indexer and placer, which won't do any harm to the sharding effort (I presume this'll be being sharded quicksmart).

I wonder if all the approval guys just photocopied their signatures onto a run of blank forms, heheh.

St-Clock 8 hours ago 1 reply      
I am unpleasantly surprised that they do not mention why services that should be unrelated to S3 such as SES were impacted as well and what they are doing to reduce such dependencies.

From a software development perspective, it makes sense to reuse S3 and rely on it internally if you need object storage, but from an ops perspective, it means that S3 is now a single point of failure and that SES's reliability will always be capped by S3's reliability. From a customer perspective, the hard dependency between SES and S3 is not obvious and is disappointing.

The whole internet was talking about S3 when the AWS status dashboard did not show any outage, but very few people mentioned other services such as SES. Next time we encounter errors with SES, should we check for hints of S3 outage before everything else? Should we also check for EC2 outage?

spullara 5 hours ago 1 reply      
Twitter once had 2 hours of downtime because an operations engineer accidentally asked a tool to restart all memcached servers instead of a certain server. The tool was then changed to make sure that you couldn't restart more than a few servers without additional confirmation. Sounds very similar to this situation. Something to think about when you are building your tools to be more error proof.
cnorthwood 9 hours ago 2 replies      
I'm surprised how transparent this is, I can find Amazon often a bit opaque when dealing with issues.
ct0 9 hours ago 6 replies      
I wouldn't want to be the person who wrote the wrong command! Sheesh.
Exuma 8 hours ago 3 replies      
Imagine being THAT guy.......... in that exact moment...... after hitting enter and realizing what he did. RIP
erikbye 8 hours ago 5 replies      
What does everyone use S3 for?

I'm genuinely curious. As my experiments with it have left me disappointed with its performance, I'm just not sure what I could use it for. Store massive amounts of data that is infrequently accessed? Well, unfortunately the upload speed I got to the standard rating one was so abysmal it would take too much time to move the data there; and then I suspect the inverse would be pretty bad as well.

tifa2up 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Do you know if Amazon is giving any refunds/credits for the service outbreak?
nissimk 9 hours ago 1 reply      
I keep being reminded of something I read recently that made me feel uneasy about google's cloud spanner [1]:

the most important one is that Spanner runs on Googles private network. Unlike most wide-area networks, and especially the public internet, Google controls the entire network and thus can ensure redundancy of hardware and paths, and can also control upgrades and operations in general. Fibers will still be cut, and equipment will fail, but the overall system remains quite robust.It also took years of operational improvements to get to this point. For much of the last decade, Google has improved its redundancy, its fault containment and, above all, its processes for evolution. We found that the network contributed less than 10% of Spanners already rare outages.

But when it fails it's going to be epic!

[1] https://cloudplatform.googleblog.com/2017/02/inside-Cloud-Sp...

sebringj 7 hours ago 0 replies      
If Amazon were a guy, he'd be a standup guy. This is a very detailed and responsible explanation. S3 has revolutionized my businesses and I love that service to no end. These problems happen very rarely but I may have backups just in case using nginx proxy approach at some point and because S3 is so good, everyone seems to adopt their API so its just a matter of a switch statement. Werner can sweat less. Props.

I would add, it would be awesome if there was a simulation environment, beyond just a test environment that simulated servers outside requesting in, before a command was allowed to run onto production, like a robot deciding this, then could mitigate this, kind of like TDD on steriods if they don't have that already.

dap 9 hours ago 1 reply      
> Removing a significant portion of the capacity caused each of these systems to require a full restart.

I'd be interested to understand why a cold restart was needed in the first place. That seems like kind of a big deal. I can understand many reasons why it might be necessary, but that seems like one of the issues that's important to address.

davidf18 2 hours ago 0 replies      
There should be some sort of GUI interface that does appropriate checks instead of allowing someone to mistakenly type the correct information.
EternalData 4 hours ago 0 replies      
This caused panic and chaos for a bit among my team, which I imagine was replicated across the web.

Moments like these always remind me that a particularly clever or nefarious set of individuals could shut down essential parts of the Internet with a few surgical incisions.

mulmen 3 hours ago 0 replies      
If this boils down to an engineer incorrectly entering a command can we please refer to this outage as "Fat Finger Tuesday"?
aestetix 8 hours ago 1 reply      
It sounds like this can be mitigated by making sure everything is run in dry run mode first, and for something mission critical, getting it double-checked by someone before removing the dry run constraint.

It's good practice in general, and I'm kind of astonished it's not part of the operational procedures in AWS, as this would have quickly been caught and fixed before ever going out to production.

EdSharkey 7 hours ago 0 replies      
It's curious they needed to "remove capacity" to cure a slow billing problem.

Is that code for a "did you try to reboot the system?" kind of troubleshooting?

It sounds to me like the authorized engineer sent a command to reboot/reimage a large swath of the S3 infrastructure.

jasonhoyt 9 hours ago 1 reply      
"People make mistakes all the time...the problem was that our systems that were designed to recognize and correct human error failed us." [1]

[1] http://articles.latimes.com/1999/oct/01/news/mn-17288

eplanit 8 hours ago 0 replies      
So this week the poor soul at Amazon, along with the Price-Waterhouse guy, are the poster children of Human Error.
dorianm 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Same as that db1 / db2 for GitLab, naming things is pretty important (E.g production / staging, production-us-east-1-db-560 etc.)
chirau 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Deletions, shutdowns and replications should always either contain a SELECT to show affected entities or a confirmation (Y/n) of the step.
matt_wulfeck 9 hours ago 0 replies      
>Unfortunately, one of the inputs to the command was entered incorrectly and a larger set of servers was removed than intended.

We have geo-distributed systems. Load balancing and automatic failover. We agonize over edge cases that might cause issues. We build robust systems.

At the end of he day reliability -- a lot like security -- is most affected by the human factor.

bandrami 6 hours ago 0 replies      
"we have not completely restarted the index subsystem or the placement subsystem in our larger regions for many years."

Yeah... nothing says "resilience" quite like that...

rsynnott 9 hours ago 1 reply      
> While this is an operation that we have relied on to maintain our systems since the launch of S3, we have not completely restarted the index subsystem or the placement subsystem in our larger regions for many years.

This is the bit that'd worry me most; you'd think they'd be testing this.

tuxninja 7 hours ago 0 replies      
I think they should have led with insensitivity about it and maybe a white lie. Such as... We took our main region us-east-1 down for X hours because we wanted to remind people they need to design for failure of a region :-)

Shameless plugs (authored months ago):http://tuxlabs.com/?p=380 - How To: Maximize Availability Effeciently Using AWS Availability Zones ( note read it, its not just about AZ's it is very clear to state multi-regions and better yet multi-cloud segway...second article)http://tuxlabs.com/?p=430 - AWS, Google Cloud, Azure and the singularity of the future Internet

lasermike026 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Ops and Engineering here.

My guts hurt just reading this.

With big failures is never just one thing. There are a series of mistakes, bad choices, and ignorance that lead to a big system wide failures.

DanBlake 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Seems like something like Chaos monkey should have been able to predict and mitigate a issue like this. Im actually curious if anyone uses it at all- Curious if anyone in here at a large company (over 500 employees) has it deployed or not.
matt_wulfeck 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Remember folks, automate your systems but never forget to add sanity checks.
nsgoetz 9 hours ago 0 replies      
This makes me want to write a program that would ask users to confirm commands if it thinks they are running a known playbook and deviating from it. Does anyone know if a tool like that exists?
asow92 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Man, I'd really hate to be that guy.
prh8 9 hours ago 2 replies      
For as much as people jumped all over Gitlab last month, this seems remarkably similar in terms of preparedness for accidental and unanticipated failure.
pwthornton 8 hours ago 3 replies      
This is the risk you run into by doing everything through the command line. This would be really hard to do through a good GUI.
OhHeyItsE 9 hours ago 0 replies      
I find this refreshingly candid; human, even, for AWS.
atrudeau 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Are customers going to receive any kind of future credit because of this? Would be a nice band-aid after such a hard smack on the head.
fulafel 8 hours ago 0 replies      
I guess this means it's much better for your app to fail over between regions than between availability zones.
throwtotheway 7 hours ago 0 replies      
I hope I never have to write a post-mortem that includes the phrase "blast radius"
fr4egy8e9 3 hours ago 0 replies      
What most AWS customers don't realize is that AWS is poorly automated. Their reliability relies on exploiting the employees to manually operate the systems. The technical bar at Amazon is incredibly low and they can't retain any good engineers.
CodeWriter23 9 hours ago 0 replies      
I'm just going to call this "PEBKAC at scale"
thraway2016 5 hours ago 2 replies      
Something doesn't pass the smell test. Over two hours to reboot the index hosts?
cagataygurturk 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Sounds so chernobyl.
tn13 7 hours ago 1 reply      
Can Amazon take responsibility and offer say 10% discount to all the customers who are spending >$X ?
njharman 8 hours ago 1 reply      
Did you read the fucking article?

That is EXACTLY what they are doing (among other things).

skrowl 8 hours ago 0 replies      

Never type 'EXEC DeleteStuff ALL'

When you actually mean 'EXEC DeleteStuff SOME'

romanovcode 8 hours ago 0 replies      
They could've just not post anything. People already forgot about this disruption.
machbio 8 hours ago 0 replies      
No on in HN is questioning this - "The Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) team was debugging an issue causing the S3 billing system to progress more slowly than expected." - they are debugging on Production System..
tuxninja 7 hours ago 0 replies      
I think they should have led with insensitivity about it and maybe a white lie. Such as... We took our main region us-east-1 down for X hours because we wanted to remind people they need to design for failure of a region :-)

Shameless plugs (authored months ago):http://tuxlabs.com/?p=380 - How To: Maximize Availability Effeciently Using AWS Availability Zones ( note read it, its not just about AZ's it is very clear to state multi-regions and better yet multi-cloud segway...second article)

http://tuxlabs.com/?p=430 - AWS, Google Cloud, Azure and the singularity of the future Internet

aorloff 9 hours ago 2 replies      
What's missing is addressing the problems with their status page system, and how we all had to use Hacker News and other sources to confirm that US East was borked.
edutechnion 9 hours ago 4 replies      
For the many of us who have built businesses dependent on S3, is anyone else surprised at a few assumptions embedded here?

* "authorized S3 team member" -- how did this team member acquire these elevated privs?

* Running playbooks is done by one member without a second set of eyes or approval?

* "we have not completely restarted the index subsystem or the placement subsystem in our larger regions for many years"

The good news:

* "The S3 team had planned further partitioning of the index subsystem later this year. We are reprioritizing that work to begin immediately."

The truly embarrassing that everyone has known about for years is the status page:

* "we were unable to update the individual services status on the AWS Service Health Dashboard "

When there is a wildly-popular Chrome plugin to fix your page ("Real AWS Status") you would think a company as responsive as AWS would have fixed this years ago.

The Other Half textfiles.com
778 points by myth_drannon  1 day ago   311 comments top 41
jrwoodruff 1 day ago 5 replies      
First job out of high school was working in a department store. One of the sales guys I worked with was Keith. He smoked, liked to drink and go to Disney World.

After returning from a Disney World trip, he told me how he spent most of it on the hotel room floor because he 'threw his back out' and had general chest pain. Nothing excruciating, just annoying enough that he wasn't up for hours of walking. His friends told him to go the doctor, but he blew it off and said he was feeling better.

The next day he died in the store, behind the register, before we opened, from a heart attack. He was 36.

Last year I went to an urgent care because of chest and back pain. They sent me on to the ER after an EKG showed an abnormal rhythm. Turns out I hit the rowing machine too hard the day before and had a massive case of indigestion from Mexican food at lunch.

I felt silly, but really everyone that I dealt with was cool about it. I'm lucky enough to have insurance that covered it all, and I'm happy that it wasn't a heart attack.

I don't know if there's a moral to this story, just that... shit, you never know when your day is coming, and I still have a lot to do before it happens.

bleair 1 day ago 3 replies      
This part fascinated me :

"" I waited 5 anxious minutes, and then was bought into a room with two doctors, one of whom turned out to be Dr. Sonny Palmer.

Sonny said Georg thought I needed some help, and Id be checked within a day. I asked if hed seen the letter with his name on it. He hadnt. He went and got it.

He came back and said I was going to be operated on in an hour.""You obviously don't want to be rude when talking with doctors, but you absolutely should be your own advocate. Any time you're dealing with medical choise ask questions, such as "did you notice X" or "did you see the information from other person Y" or "do I have other options here than the plan you outlines?" or "your advice sounds good, but what are complications / side effects in doing this?"In the United States it feels like our attitude is "I go to doctor to get fix for aliment. He prescribes X. Done", and it's never that simple.

elorant 1 day ago 0 replies      
Last August I go to bed one night and I feel extremely nauseous with a burden on my chest. After vomiting I feel relieved but the burden is still there. So I decide to visit the ER afraid that I might have a heart attack. They give me all the exams and it turns out it was a stomach problem, specifically GERD which turned out to be a bitch because it took 6 months to cure and a very strict diet.

While at the hospital the doctor informs me that quite a lot of people with stomach issues misinterpret them for heart attacks and vice versa, which is the really troubling thing because they think it's their stomach and they die since they neglect to see a doctor. So I ask him, how do you tell whether it's a stomach or a heart issue? You don't, he replies. If you feel anything funny related to your chest go to a hospital.

Dangeranger 1 day ago 2 replies      
This story and the comments make me curious as to how many hard charging project leaders have, or would, work through a heart attack.

These words stuck out to me:

> I was fucking annoyed I felt like I was just super tired and needed some energy, and energy drinks and caffeine werent doing the trick.

He then went on to keynote a conference and live for what seems like at least two more days without seeking medical attention.

I'm a mid 30's man, my family history includes heart disease, my father is stubborn as am I. If some day I felt tired, and constricted, my first thought would not be that maybe my heart is failing, but it probably shouldn't be my last thought.

We cannot achieve our goals or lead projects if we are dead. This close call woke me up to paying attention to my body, and maybe we all can benefit from it.

mikeash 1 day ago 6 replies      
"Id now had been experiencing a heart attack for about a week."

Holy cow. I didn't realize this was possible. This is a good lesson to all of us not to ignore weird, painful phenomena in our body.

rsmets 1 day ago 1 reply      
Interesting story. Having a skilled doctor is essential to making it out of those situations unscathed. I was lucky enough to have one of those too.

I had an ischemic stroke at the age of 21 while studying abroad in Prague. Rushed to ER and emergency cutting edge surgery, intra-arterial thrombolysis, ensued. This is a 'test' procedure in many parts of the western world. They went through my groin to get to the blot clot in my brain. Woke up that evening in the ER with pretty much no clue what had happened.

While the quality of the care was pretty good, with the surgeon being spectacular, the language barrier made things a bit difficult for my two weeks stay there after! Not to mention I was hands down to everyone's junior in that section of the hospital I was moved to after the ER ha.

Anyway that's the short version of a story I should probably write down somewhere similar to yours. I'm 24 now and completely healthy =). For all the 'making the world a better place (at a macro level)' that us devs are doing it is a nice reminder that making the world a better place on an individual level is probably still the most impact any of us can have. I don't even know what my doctor's name was! But thank you to all you MDs.

scandox 1 day ago 1 reply      
In Ireland when you say "other half" you generally mean wife, husband, boyfriend, girlfriend or partner. And the No. 1 thing I thought reading this was that Rachel, whoever she is, must be a damn saint.
kozak 1 day ago 3 replies      
I sleep with my Fitbit Charge 2 on my wrist, and I found that the Resting Heart Rate value is extremely sensitive to what happens with my body. Drank a little alcohol? See a change on my Resting Heart Rate value for that night. Got too much stress, or maybe spent a day at home without exercise? Yes, I see it on the graph. So my question is whether such an event as the one that is described would be clearly visible to the fitness tracker, maybe even clear enough to alert the wearer.
pmarreck 1 day ago 10 replies      
I sat on a "weird pain" in my chest for a few days. Basically it was uncomfortable to sleep on my left side, and I felt a bit short of breath. Turns out I was suffering from a double pulmonary embolism, and that the only reason I wasn't doubled over in pain is because by an odd fluke of nature, the interior of the lungs do not have nerve endings (only the exterior) and had I waited any longer I could have died. At that point, a third of both of my lungs was basically gone already. And so, I ended up having to stay for an entire week in the hospital while they dripped anticoagulants into me. If my girlfriend hadn't strongly encouraged me to call my doctor... Who knows.

Guys/gals... If there's any unusual pain in your chest cavity at all, just drop whatever it is you're doing and get it checked out. It might not even seem that bad at the time... it didn't to me and it didn't to Jason Scott... just do it.

gtrubetskoy 1 day ago 3 replies      
I wonder if a finger blood oxygen meter ($20 on Amazon [1]) is a good tool to diagnose that you might be having a heart attack. It's easy to carry one with you. I am not a doctor, and Googling for it isn't turning up much useful, but it'd seem logical that during a heart attack your blood oxygen would be abnormally low? Perhaps someone in the know can comment?

[1] https://www.amazon.com/Santamedical-Generation-SM-165-Finger...

chrisper 1 day ago 1 reply      
This is why it is important that you monitor your stress level and eventually just say "stop." Yes you may miss due dates, plans, and even make some people angry, but at least you don't die. I realize this is not always possible, but the "can do (everything)" attitude is not always the right one.

Also, having a surgery while being awake? Not sure how to think about that. I mean just imagining that makes me feel weird.

alistproducer2 1 day ago 1 reply      
Three years ago Jason was speaking at the vintage computer festival in Atlanta. He gave a talk about emscipten and all the cool things they do with it. I talked with him for a bit. Super cool and knowledgeable guy. I wish him well.
tnorthcutt 1 day ago 0 replies      
* Regardless, I personally would have been fine on the accomplishment/legacy scale, if not on the first-person/relationships/plans scale.*

Jason, I think it's an understatement to say that you've done incredible things on the accomplishments/legacy/contributing-to-society front. Thanks for your incredible work.

I hope the next however-many-years allow you to do all you wish to on the person/relationships/plans front. Godspeed!

bane 1 day ago 0 replies      
Wow, this is timely, I'm going to stay with my Dad while he goes in for heart surgery on Monday. It's kind of terrifying since he's had no heart problems his entire life until very recently, and unless he was taking his pulse for another issue wouldn't have even known it as he's had no other symptoms or any sort of discomfort.

I also used to work with an older guy who had known heart problems and a defibrillator. He worked on a piece of equipment that required him to lean over a big moving dangerous piece of mechanical moving death trap. One day we noticed him leaning in in a weird way, jolting and then getting back into the correct position as if nothing had happened, it happened three times during a week. We talked to him and he just insisted he was tired. But the shift boss took him off the equipment and told him to go see his doctor. They checked his defibrillator and it had gone off something like a half-dozen times in that week. His heart had stopped and he would have died a couple different ways if he hadn't had that thing in his chest. He never even knew anything was happening except feeling lethargic. But he wasn't passing out, he was dying.

Jason Scott on the other hand had lots of discomfort, but didn't realize it was his heart at all. The signs of heart trouble are so many and this just reminds me of how unclear they can be. We're a lot better off with a Jason Scott than without, so I'm delighted to hear that they caught the trouble and sorted it out with what sounds to be a miracle of modern science.

joebeetee 1 day ago 5 replies      
A (35ish y/o) family friend died 2 months ago from a heart attack, suspected high cholesterol. He was seemingly healthy, active and not overweight.

Anyone else have experience with cholesterol in early 30's?

spinchange 1 day ago 5 replies      
I wonder all the time why we don't have more widely available, "consumer grade" tech like handheld ECGs, etc., to help better detect stuff like this. (There are products like this, but not in U.S. markets to my understanding - at least not without a prescription)

If you're unfortunate enough to suffer from something like anxiety attacks and also have heart trouble in your family's medical history it is very difficult (and expensive) to ascertain if you're having a panic attack or an actual cardiac episode.

bkmartin 1 day ago 1 reply      
If you read this... I'm very happy that you are ok. Thank you for sharing your story and I hope that it helps to save someone else's life. Prayers for healing. Rest easy.
iguanayou 1 day ago 0 replies      
All of the symptoms can also be caused by panic disorder. Advice like "IF YOU FEEL ANY DISCOMFORT AT ALL GO TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM ASAP" is bad advice for people with anxiety disorders.

Go to a doctor and get checked out to rule out any heart issues. If it's panic disorder, there are safe drugs that are great at making these symptoms go away.

textfiles 1 day ago 2 replies      
Hi, I'm Jason Scott. I had a heart attack and I'm the one who wrote the essay this is linking to.

Since the entry was written last week, I went back to the Emergency Room twice. The first was because I was just feeling "a little weird", and they did a round of tests and verified that no, I'm healing fine, that's just how I feel now (I feel less weird every day). The second time was a few days later when I experienced a notable shortness of breath. This time, the cardiologist said it was likely a side effect of one of my drugs (it's known to do this) and we swapped the medication. Now I'm feeling pretty great.

I mention this because one of the themes of messages in here are "I don't want to be a bother/I don't know if this warrants a trip to the ER" and those two thoughts should NOT be calculated into your deciding to go. Believe me, they'd MUCH rather work on "guy feels funny" than "guy got shot by other guy in argument over the Playstation" or "Guy drank so much he crapped himself and fell onto a sprinkler and is bleeding profusely".

The doctors thought I should not fly for two weeks after the procedure, so we booked an AirBNB for the extra time. My hosts of the two events I spoke at (ACMI and MuseumNext) have essentially paid for this entire extra AirBNB time, which is generous and wonderful and I give a shout-out to them. Additionally, the hospital gave me a letter indicating I couldn't fly, and MuseumNext was able to move my international flight with no real added cost; that's also worth a shout-out. Melbourne is a very nice place to be resting.

The main annoying part is I was (mostly) doing the right things, health wise - I had dropped 30 pounds, and was walking like crazy - I'd upped my step goals on the fitbit after I kept smashing them. On a trip to Japan last year for three weeks, I'd walked over 160 miles. I'd done this because I'd seen so many contemporaries drop dead or get really sick in their 40s and 50s - computer life is not a healthy life. The silent and unaddressed problem, on my side, was cholesterol - it was choking my arteries. Drugs will help that, but I've now radically shifted my diet to approach it naturally as well. I'm raring to go on long walks again, so I will definitely continue that. But please bear in mind - I might still die! Nothing is guaranteed!

I also see a lot of differing opinions on "see doctors" versus "not see doctors". I can't imagine how having a regular doctor checkup is in any way bad. It might not affect what you DIE OF, but it can't hurt quality of life - when I had bad kidney stones for years, it was certainly my doctor who gave me the drug that fixed that. And other small notes have made my life better as well.

Money/cost issues are worth a whole other post.

Finally: I see that 25% of the thread is an argument over linking to the title versus describing the essay's contents. I see people are VERY INTENTLY CONCERNED over the two sides in this discussion. As always, HN knows where to aim the energy.

a2tech 1 day ago 0 replies      
That's quite the story. I'm glad he made it-the loss of him would have been keenly felt.
uladzislau 1 day ago 1 reply      
A tablet of aspirin taken (even chewed if it's too bad) by the first symptoms of the chest pain can save your life.
okreallywtf 1 day ago 0 replies      
Something that I learned in a recent first-aid class: the symptoms for a heart attack often differ between women and men and that women more often experience burning sensations that can be confused with heartburn or indigestion. This can contribute to more women not seeking medical care because the symptoms can be more nuanced.

Better safe than sorry, especially where the heart is concerned.

and0 1 day ago 0 replies      
Jason described HN once as "the ass-end of the tech elite" and I still use that quote to this day. Wonderful dude.
zaxophone 1 day ago 0 replies      
I love Jason Scott. Just a real upstanding guy. Hoping for a speedy recovery!
Finbarr 1 day ago 0 replies      
I had a spontaneous pneumothorax in my late teens. I was lying in bed and felt a sudden extreme pain in my chest. It was worsened with every breath. I had been drinking and decided to try and sleep it off. Over the next couple of weeks the pain got slightly better but persisted, and I noticed a shortness of breath. Eventually I went to the doctor and was sent straight to hospital where I discovered my left lung was 50% collapsed.

I've had several more subsequently and went straight to hospital each time. Thankfully I haven't had a recurrence in years now, but I learned the same lesson the author of this post did - you shouldn't ignore chest pain.

ben_jones 1 day ago 3 replies      
How is it THAT IN 2017 someone is still designing business critical systems with single points of failure?!

Seriously though I wish him a full recovery and we all need to remind ourselves that all too often we lose track of what's really, life stoppingly, important.

ajtaylor 1 day ago 0 replies      
Two Christmases ago I had a 100% blockage of the LAD for about 45 minutes - the time it took to get me from my house to the cardiac unit. It's called the Widow Maker for a reason. I was extremely lucky in that the pain was acute enough we called 911 immediately, and both the firehouse and hospital were very close by. I was 41 and in excellent health. No drinking, smoking, drugs, etc.

If you're feeling chest pain, please don't mess around. Get checked immediately. Better to feel silly than miss a heart attack and die!

taneq 1 day ago 1 reply      
As the article started out describing spending an exorbitant amount of money to achieve a bunch of non-essential goals (not counting being with his father, of course) I was expecting "the other half" to refer to a friend or acquaintance without "means" dying in an alley due to lack of funds for medical treatment.
fasteo 1 day ago 0 replies      
My highest appreciation for Dr. Sonny Palmer. He went above and beyond his duties and I truly believe he is not the exception, but the norm.
hengheng 1 day ago 2 replies      
Who is this about? I read a well-written and beautiful story, I just have no idea what the context is.
nailer 1 day ago 2 replies      
Quick readability fix: open DevTools and paste:

 document.body.style.fontSize = '14pt'; document.body.style.fontFamily = 'Georgia,Cambria,Times,Times New Roman,serif'

JeremyMorgan 1 day ago 0 replies      
Really glad he got in there and got it taken care of before it got really bad.

I cringed when I read he was chugging energy drinks to stay awake, given the context of the post.

losteverything 1 day ago 0 replies      
Good ending now.

I wonder after reading, is Wikipedia the new "Who's who in America?"

>[His] Wikipedia page.

anonymous_iam 1 day ago 1 reply      
I hope Jason recovers in time for DefCon.
jedanbik 1 day ago 0 replies      
Sending healing thoughts your way, Jason!
ryan-allen 1 day ago 1 reply      
My dad dropped dead from an arrhythmia whilst at work. People nearby performed CPR on him immediately, the ambulance was there within 7 minutes and he was rushed to the Alfred hospital in Melbourne.

He was literally dead for 20 minutes, but they managed to revive him and a few weeks later, with a newly installed pacemaker, better than new.

He had a very, very, very high probability of dying, or requiring specialised care due to brain damage from brain hypoxia. Those that knew CPR, and did it properly for those excruciating 7 minutes gave him his life back.

The moral of the story is, if something feels awry, go and see a doctor (he wasn't taking it seriously), and learn CPR, you might just save someone's life.

Oh, and our hospitals and doctors/nurses are top notch. He was in intensive care for a few days and the final bill was a few hundred dollars. Hooray for universal healthcare!

mayrosedgdotcom 1 day ago 0 replies      
I love that textiles.com exists
mozumder 1 day ago 0 replies      
Man that's young.. What are the best ways of actually reversing blocked arteries/artherosclerosis? Excercise? Statins?
lowglow 1 day ago 0 replies      
I saw Jason perform at Internet Archive's anniversary party this year and was really captivated by his stage presence, showmanship, and ability to wrangle and move a show forward.

Glad he's doing OK. Good vibes, Jason!

lkrubner 1 day ago 7 replies      
Once again, the policy on headline titles for articles on HackerNews is a bit bizarre. The original title explained that the man almost died. This current title is "The Other Half" and does not explain anything at all.

As a practical matter, the policy seems to amount to "We use the title of the original article, unless it is strongly stated, in which case we regard it as clickbait and change it to something dull." That is not a good policy, since we should all hope for and promote strong writing, and the fact that a strong headline could be confused for clickbait is not a good reason to change it. Nor should the default be "use the article's original title" since a better default would be "Highlight what part of this article would be interesting to the Hacker News audience."

danjoc 1 day ago 1 reply      
Why the title change? "archive.org guy nearly died" was much more direct/informative. I wouldn't take a second glace at this thread under "the other half" assuming it to be marriage advice.
Operation Rosehub patching thousands of open-source projects googleblog.com
694 points by fhoffa  1 day ago   106 comments top 27
rrggrr 1 day ago 7 replies      
So many questions... What does this say about Google's hiring, about its employee's values, about values across the tech community? I can remember a time when managements would have shut this down, when employees would have said, "not my problem", when entire industries would have buried their heads in the sand.

Is it the lack of liability and regulation that clears the way for this kind of corporate citizenship? Is it cultural?

fhoffa 1 day ago 1 reply      
This is one of the most impactful projects I've seen built using the GitHub source on BigQuery dataset (since we published it).

If you want to see other use cases - I've collected plenty of other stories from multiple parties at:

- https://medium.com/google-cloud/github-on-bigquery-analyze-a...

Disclosure: I'm Felipe Hoffa and I work for Google Cloud (https://twitter.com/felipehoffa)

jayfk 1 day ago 6 replies      
I've built something like this for Python projects.

You add your repo and a bot is constantly checking for insecure and/or outdated packages and sends you a pull request if you need to update.

It's free for open source projects at https://pyup.io

vog 19 hours ago 1 reply      
I like the "bank teller" analogy used in the article.

> it would be like hiring a bank teller who was trained to hand over all the money in the vault if asked to do so politely, and then entrusting that teller with the key. The only thing that would keep a bank safe in such a circumstance is that most people wouldnt consider asking such a question.

This does not only work for deserialization issues.

It is a great analogy for a huge class of IT security issues!

Maybe we should use that one when communicating with the media. This this works much better than the usual burglary analogy. I like how it points out that this is about stupid and/or malicious behaviour (code), where the attacker (hacker) just needs curiosity, and may find this out even by accident. The attacker did not have to break something, and did not damage anything, to get into something. In particular, this makes clear that this is caused by irresponsibile behaviour of the organization and/or other entities to whom they delegate trust.

Even for more complicated scenarios, I like the bank teller analogy more than the classic burglary analogy. In that case, the attacker observes multuple bank tellers, and notices e.g. that if you ask the first teller for form A and put in certain words, another bank teller will accept it and give you a stamped form B, which you can show to a third teller in another branch office who will look a bit confused, but finally accept it and hand over all money to you.

We need to get over blaming the messengers[1], buying zerodays and declaring cyberwar. What we really need to do is to finally make our[2] computer systems secure and trustworthy, at least up to a certain minimum-level of sanity: no exec, no injection (i.e. typing/tagging), no overflows (i.e. static analysis), input validation, testing, fuzzing, you name it.

And this cannot work by just adding more and more complex security measures outside, but more importantly simplifying and cleaning up inside. Although rewriting software from scratch is very risky, radical refactoring is not! And every good software engineering course tells you how to do it correctly.

[1] security researchers, but also "amateur" hackers, or just someone running into it by accident because the security issue became so large it finally had to be noticed by someone.

[2] in the sense of: everyones!

tombh 23 hours ago 1 reply      
Is https://libraries.io not a more comprehensive and community-focused response to the same problem?

libraries.io did make it to the front page a few months ago, but I think its underlying vision might not have been driven home from just glancing at its home page. It supports 33 package managers (not just Java, though I'm sure Rosehub doesn't just do that either) and Github/Gitlab/Bitbucket, not just Github. And it provides both email notifications and auto PRs.

But that's just the overlap with Rosehub. On top of that it offers the means to discover libraries based on a Dependency Rank (think Page Rank but using dependencies instead of hyperlinks). Which in turn allows it to surface projects with a high "Bus Factor" -- projects maintained by few committers, but depended on by many (so they'd be more affected by said committers getting run over by a bus). AND it mines the licenses for a project, notifying if any of the dependent licenses are incompatible with the parent license. What's more it's a non-profit organisation receiving enough funding to employ 2 full time devs.

I think libraries.io is Rosehub and more, to quote the about page;

 Our goal is to raise the quality of all software, by raising the quality and frequency of contributions to free and open source software; the services, frameworks, plugins and tools we collectively refer to as libraries.
To take the liberty of extrapolating from the libraries.io vision: open source security isn't just about fixing patches, but about supporting the environment, people, conditions and tools that contribute to open source software.

saurik 1 day ago 1 reply      
I am extremely sad that this turns into an argument for making certain that all source code in the world is at least indirectly accessible specifically via GitHub (at which point people will find it there and expect the developers to respond and generally track everything going on there, even projects which are much happier using more open tools); like: it isn't sufficient that your code is "open", it actively has to be part of the unified GitHub empire.
orf 1 day ago 4 replies      
In their query they do:

 FROM (SELECT id,content FROM (SELECT id,content FROM [bigquery-public-data:github_repos.contents] WHERE NOT binary) WHERE content CONTAINS 'commons-collections<')
Why the subquery? Why not WHERE NOT binary AND content CONTAINS...? is this a bigquery thing?

tlrobinson 1 day ago 3 replies      
Wow. I wonder how much a query that searches the content of all of Github costs (if you're not Google). This page says the dataset is 3TB+ https://cloud.google.com/bigquery/public-data/github and presumably most of that is content.
mrgrowth 11 hours ago 0 replies      
I read so many of these kinds of articles out of curiosity and rarely understand them.

Thank you for adding in the part about the bank teller.

For reference: "it would be like hiring a bank teller who was trained to hand over all the money in the vault if asked to do so politely, and then entrusting that teller with the key."

markcerqueira 1 day ago 3 replies      
"Patches were sent to many projects, avoiding threats to public security for years to come."

Are these pull requests that the project would still need to approve/merge or were they just pushed in?

cypherpunks01 22 hours ago 0 replies      
Nice! That's some good citizenry.

Interesting fact: Justine was the founder of occupywallst.org, which was the highest-trafficked publisher/web hub for the Occupy Wall Street movement before she worked for Google.

luhn 23 hours ago 0 replies      
As scary as Google's massive size and power is, it's pretty awesome that they're incentivized to do things like this to help the internet because they are the internet.
joelthelion 19 hours ago 1 reply      
> But unlike big businesses, open source projects dont have people on staff

To read that from Google is frankly disappointing. While this is true of many open-source projects, it doesn't have to be that way. Red Hat (and Google!) are brilliant proofs of this.

hawski 16 hours ago 0 replies      
I was thinking about doing something similar with bigquery and github data to search for uses of strncpy in C code. But I am not that good with the query language and also bigquery didnt support multiple users properly (this adds friction).

I still think its a good idea. It would be even better to search for a few C pitfalls more, but strncpy is probably the easiest to search for.

hokkos 18 hours ago 0 replies      
How does it work for transitive depandancies ? If you use a package that use a vulnerable Apache common? Does a pr is sent to update the package when it is updated?
bla2 1 day ago 0 replies      
Really cool, kudos to people helping with this. I wonder if this could have been done in a way that non-Googlers could have pitched in too, given that this is for a public good -- but it's tricky with security issues.
mirekrusin 18 hours ago 0 replies      
It's interesting that this type of initiative, which is admirable, will spike up some java "popularity" metrics on GitHub.
make3 23 hours ago 0 replies      
I wish you could do the same thing with mental illness.. massively send pull request to correct everyone's bad brain code.. <sorry>
ploxiln 23 hours ago 0 replies      
I think this is one good concrete example of why the npm style of private dependencies for each lib is not the greatest thing ever, while the non-recursive style in python (or C) is overall more manageable (if you are actually managing your dependencies instead of ignoring them).
codelion 1 day ago 1 reply      
we have been doing thus for a while now : https://www.sourceclear.com/blog/millions-of-program-builds-...
11928311 17 hours ago 0 replies      
So, Google does ... something and is showered with praise.

Thousands of volunteers work in the saltmines and get nothing.

Business as usual. Myths like "Google sponsored Python!!!" propagate when they do nothing at all.


lvlds 14 hours ago 0 replies      
Awesome! Contgrats to the team!
rburhum 15 hours ago 0 replies      
Mad thank-yous to Google for this!
muzster 17 hours ago 0 replies      
Operation Rosebud
snambi 23 hours ago 2 replies      
What is in it for google?
tropo 23 hours ago 2 replies      
If I understand it right, this bug involves code pulling in old buggy libraries, sometimes indirectly via other libraries. It seems that there is a reference to a specific bad version, not the actual inclusion of cut-and-paste code.

Eh, why not just get rid of the bad version? Alternately, release a bug-fixed copy with the same version number.

Any breakage is a case of "oh well, you're safe now". Leaving the security hole is probably worse breakage.

lolive 1 day ago 1 reply      
Wouldn't a graph database be a more suitable tool for that kind of task?
Given Choice, Patients Will Choose Cannabis Over Prescribed Opioids ubc.ca
409 points by M_Grey  2 days ago   209 comments top 23
jessep 1 day ago 16 replies      
I get kidney stones pretty often (6 times in the last 8 years). I vomit from the pain, convulse on the floor, lose all sense of self as I just struggle to survive the sensation. It is intense. Usually I have to go to the emergency room for IV opioids. Then they give you some to take home after you pass the peak of the pain.

Last time it happened to me, I went home at around 6pm after going into the hospital that morning. At 3am, the pain was again intolerable. I had already taken the maximum dosage of the opioids. I knew taking more was dangerous, and was keenly afraid of getting addicted. But the pain was too much, so I went to get the bottle of pills.

As I stood up to go get the pills, it occurred to me that people say weed is good for pain and that I should try it before taking more opioids. I had weed (in cali, have a "medical" card) so I took some out and smoked.

I cannot describe to you how much more effective it was than the opioids. The pain wasn't gone, but it was just an interesting sensation now. Genuinely didn't bother me. I did yoga. I read. I enjoyed the night. And I was flabbergasted that no one I touched in the medical establishment had ever recommended it.

It feels like a genuinely corrupt world where something so clearly damaging to people and society is recommended before something relatively harmless and widely available.

I am still in awe of how effectively it handled my pain.

sergers 1 day ago 6 replies      
My mom has benefited from cannabis to help treat chrohns. While nothing has cured, it's been the most effective with no known side effects. Plus it's cheaper than the meds she has been buying for years (spending out of pocket upwards $10k a year with $500 a pill just for flare ups even with medicare in Canada).

She has been in hell for 30 years. They wanted to remove her small intestine ~20 years ago and she didn't want to make that sacrifice and lived with the pain.

Nothing honestly helped long term till I convinced her to try cannabis 3 years ago that so far has been more effective.

She is now on low daily dose with no flare-ups in atleast a year.

From personal experience as a 15 year recreational user and 10 years actual therapy/medicinal use:For chronic pain and intestinal issues it works wonders, but it's not any immediate relief with severe pain.

That may change with higher concentrations and improvements in delivery methods.

chejazi 1 day ago 2 replies      
The timing of this is interesting. A few days ago, the White House press sec claimed cannabis is a gateway to opioid use: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/02/2...
benevol 1 day ago 1 reply      
There are also other substances (such as psilocybin and LSD) which have the potential to massively reduce the cashflow of big pharma (specifically: in the case of anti-depressants).

And now you understand the importance of the War on Drugs for billionaires in our society.

It seems people are slowly beginning to understand to what degree our society and its systems are corrupted by "economic forces" and not built with the interest of the citizens' wellbeing at heart.

randomdrake 1 day ago 2 replies      
For folks looking for more information regarding published studies on the topic, we supply an index of over 800 cannabis studies organized by almost 170 conditions, and summarized with a weighted average by our contributing PhD:


This includes a section for studies on cannabis and opioid addictions.

Grexar 1 day ago 0 replies      
The original article and this post have a very poor headline. The study covered pain relievers, anti-depressants, and sedatives. The people were not just suffering from pain. Some had mental health issues. Some has gastrointestinal issues. I suspect the reason why cannabis was so popular is because it helps with a lot of conditions instead of just one.

Also, cannabis has a much milder effect than prescription drugs and fewer negative side effects. It's not much of a stretch to imagine someone using it in place of a prescription drug when their symptoms are not as strong.

A "friend of mine" who suffers in excruciating pain for days from the occasional kidney stone smokes weed and takes ibuprofen rather than go through bottles of prescription pain killers. They have tremendously negative side effects if taken over a long period of time that he would rather not experience on top of the pain. After seeing his sister get addicted to them after having surgery, he doesn't want to risk them destroying his life.

meowface 1 day ago 10 replies      
In many cases, though, cannabis and CBD oil aren't nearly as effective as opioids for relief from severe pain, right? How often is this a viable alternative for patients?

This study only looked at 250 people who already have medical cannabis prescriptions for pain, so this shouldn't be extrapolated too heavily.

millstone 1 day ago 1 reply      
Naive questions about this:

1. How many hours does MMJ control pain?

2. Does taking MMJ for chronic pain make you high all the time?

3. In California, most MMJ dispensaries are oriented towards recreational users. How do you go about this from a legitimately medical path, i.e. finding a doctor able and willing to provide sound medical advice, instead of just collecting the fee for a green card?

SomeHacker44 1 day ago 0 replies      
I was 8 hours from heading to the airport for a family trip to Amsterdam last summer when I burned the heck out of the fingers of my right (dominant) hand. It was probably the most pain I had ever been in, even including a compound fracture of the clavicle that involved 8 screws and a metal bar to repair. The latter caused me to get addicted (unknowningly) to opioids (hydrocodone) which led to a miserable week of withdrawl symptoms. I didn't take any opioids a year later after the surgery to remove all that hardware.

I told the doctors at the hospital I didn't want to get addicted again, so they gave me Tramadol.

I made it to Amsterdam and, that night, I finally gave in and took one of the Tramadols. It put me through a loop and wringer, but took away the pain and let me sleep through the night mostly.

The next day, my wife came back to our place with a "space muffin", or pot-laced chocolate brownie thing. I had never had any edibles before. That night, I figured, what the heck, they're always talking about medical uses so I ate it.

I have never been so surprised at something anecdotal in my life.

The pain was gone just as well as the night before with Tramadol. Furthermore, although the edible definitely was psychoactive, I was much more functional and less out of it than the single Tramadol I took, and felt much better the next day - not hung over.

I became a strong medical marijuana advocate that night.

Damn shame we don't have this available in my home state in the USA. Damn shame we have a moron of a President who loves states rights except when he doesn't (most of the time?). Damn shame we have a war on drugs. <sigh>

nthcolumn 1 day ago 2 replies      
They are making it 'more' illegal in the UK. You are drug tested if you are pulled over by their pigs and their companies do urine tests on every single employee regardless of role and fired. Unless you are an exec I bet and for something you could have done legally over a month ago stateside.

My niece has Crohn's. From a lovely vibrant kid she has managed this pain with a smile and nearly died once or twice. She is ill again now. How many of those cunts snort coke before their big hypocritical speeches?

DaveSapien 1 day ago 1 reply      
I can second this. I suffer badly enough to use strong opioids daily. Up side of them is I can code pretty well on it. I prefer weed for a better sense of self, but find it hard to code(impossible).
jpha9 1 day ago 0 replies      
It certainly has had a huge benefit in managing symptoms of PTSD it would seem. As an example, this site is from Veteran's Affairs Canada and shows how they will pay for medical cannabis.http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/help/faq/cannabis-medical-purp...
Taylor_OD 1 day ago 2 replies      
I've got serious neck and shoulder pain from wrestling in high school and college. Currently don't have the time to get proper treatment. Doctors have tried to prescribe opioids and even tranquilizers for the pain to help me sleep but I'm terrified, with good cause, of becoming addicted. I took a run of percocet in high school for my wisdom teeth and enjoyed them too much to ever have that be a regular part of my life. No mater what the pain is like I don't think I'll be able to feel comfortable taking any opioids.
recentdarkness 1 day ago 0 replies      
I can't help myself but wonder if some of those patients actually went to one of those doctors because they can prescribe MMJIn that case the study would be a bit biased towards MMJ, wouldn't it?
agumonkey 1 day ago 1 reply      
I skimmed the paper, I can't see what mode of intake they suggest. I suppose users were smoking joints. Wouldn't vaporised THC inhalation be even more effective and less damaging for health ?
trub 1 day ago 0 replies      
I got hit by a car on a bicycle. Instead of taking pain mess, I used edibles and marijuana for 2 weeks. It was just as effective, if not more because I was functional.
okonomiyaki3000 1 day ago 1 reply      
Maybe these patients aren't aware of the risks. Maybe they don't know it can KILL!!! http://hightimes.com/news/chelsea-clinton-suggests-marijuana...
righteousmob 1 day ago 3 replies      
And fundamentalists Christians would rather let God heal their children than consult medical professionals.

Let's not elevate the desires of the non-professional to equal the guidance of medical professionals, no matter how wishful we are to do so.

alpb 1 day ago 0 replies      
Related: a Last Week Tonight piece on Opioids: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pdPrQFjo2o
accountface 1 day ago 0 replies      
"want to smoke weed and feel good or do you want to take some pills and have a hard time taking a shit"

gee i don't know, doc

notadoc 1 day ago 0 replies      
I suppose the more important question is, does it really matter? Use what works for the individual patient, every patient is different.
beambot 1 day ago 2 replies      
Surprising that big pharma is an opponent to a readily-available natural substance outside the purview of patent protections. Quick, better enforce the federal ban. </s>
codr4life 1 day ago 0 replies      
I have a broken spine from a 10 yo climbing accident, with a smashed vertibrae and splinters sticking into the spinal column. I was prescribed Oxy after surgery, spent a month on them and then went through hell and back to get off the shit. I swore to never, ever touch anything from Big Pharma again. Since then, I've been happily puffing my pain away when needed. The whole 'illegalize to protect the people' is so obviously a scam. It's a sacred, healing plant.
94-year-old Lithium-Ion Battery Inventor Introduces Solid State Battery utexas.edu
441 points by andruby  5 hours ago   148 comments top 29
hwillis 4 hours ago 9 replies      
I'm scanning the paper really quickly. I'm not a chemist but I do know a thing or two about batteries and the standard caveats apply here:

When they say 3x volumetric energy density, that is the actual energy density, which is energy per liter (normal density is mass per liter). Normally people use energy density to refer to energy per kg. Because this is a solid state battery, it is much denser than normal batteries (which are roughly as dense as water). Solid state batteries are smaller but much heavier and this is no exception. It is 33% the size of a lithium battery, but for the same energy it's about 2.5x heavier. Weight is still a much bigger problem for batteries than size- batteries are much smaller than the exhaust, engine and transmission of a car, but also much heavier.

The main limit on specific energy(kwh/kg) for this battery and for solid state batteries in general is voltage. Li-ion is 3.7v nominal, this battery is 2.5v nominal.

1,200 cycles may seem low, but it is actually very good; around 3x the life of current batteries. This cycle life is the time to degrade to 80% maximum storage, at a certain discharge depth and speed. Current batteries only last 300-400 cycles at their specs, but last tens of thousands at 30% depth of discharge.

Problem with the above: in this particular battery, the chemistry breaks down very strongly after it reaches the end of life. Normal lithium does this too, but not as strongly. This stuff may potentially last longer, but it fails much less gracefully. Not in a dangerous way, but in the same way as a normal car often does; once its broken it'll just work worse and worse until it is barely limping.

The temperature capabilities may seem irrelevant, but they are actually a decent problem for li-ion and are the reason lead acid is still used in cars.

Another interesting possibility for glass solid state lithium batteries is that recycling would be very easy. In organic batteries the electrolyte burns or reacts pretty much no matter what you do, but with glass you can plate and unplate cells. Unfortunately due to specific energy, polymer solid state electrolytes are much more likely than glass (also much cheaper).

Edit: IMPORTANT NOTE: this is NOT a fundamentally new type of li-ion battery! Solid state batteries have been around a while (glass, ceramic and polymer), and have specific advantages but low specific energy and power. This particular implementation is a bit higher power and possibly lower cost, but it's just a little blip of progress. Solid state batteries are a good candidate for the future, but they aren't there yet.

nimos 1 hour ago 1 reply      
The greatest travesty in the world right now is there doesn't exist a multi-government 10xManhattan sized project to develop a really really good battery.

It would enable a huge reduction in CO2 emissions(bye gasoline), allow developing countries have stable electrical sources and low cost renewable distributed generation, cut costs(good includes cheap), and enable renewable energy sources to make up a larger mix of our energy production.

Always exciting read about new developments, wish I knew more about chemistry/physics, hopefully we get there sometime soon!

danm07 4 hours ago 5 replies      
Is it just me or is Goodenough an amusingly paradoxical last name for an inventor?
bluejekyll 36 minutes ago 1 reply      
> Braga began developing solid-glass electrolytes with colleagues while she was at the University of Porto in Portugal.

Slightly orthogonal to the content: this is why it's important for the US to allow people to come to this country. Continuing research and development with the worlds best gives the US a leg up. Past ease of immigration is the reason the US has led in so many areas, constant flow of new and innovative ideas.

andruby 5 hours ago 1 reply      
The researchers published the paper, titled "Alternative strategy for a safe rechargeable battery" in the Energy & Environmental Science journal [0]

[0] http://pubs.rsc.org/en/Content/ArticleLanding/2017/EE/C6EE02...

philipkglass 3 hours ago 1 reply      
The press release says "the researchers cells have demonstrated more than 1,200 cycles with low cell resistance." That's nice, but rising cell resistance is just one way the battery might cycle poorly over time.

Skimming the actual paper, I don't think they demonstrate 1200 cycles for any parameter. Eyeballing the graphs, it looks like they did charge/discharge testing for maybe 1200 hours (Figure 3a), but with really slow charge/discharge cycles of 10 hours each. Anyone publishing in this space would highlight 1200 cycles of stable cycling in the actual paper, if they had data to demonstrate it. They'd also show off faster cycles if high-rate performance looked good.

Looking at the data the authors did not present in the actual paper, I'm guessing that this battery doesn't handle rapid charge/discharge cycles well. (Their cycling test is at only 0.1C, paper claims "acceptable charge/discharge rates" but does not further quantify it... implication is "not a strength of this design.") It may not have great capacity retention either. I don't see any graphics specifically highlighting capacity retention vs. cycles. So at present I'd call this a solid research effort, but even if it could be commercialized immediately it's not clear that it would be a winner. The demonstrated charge/discharge rate is too slow to be practical for EVs or portable electronics. The demonstrated cycling stability is too low to be attractive for grid tied storage.

People who found this paper interesting may also be interested in this related publication about solid state sodium ion batteries that Goodenough was also involved with: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5269650/

ChuckMcM 4 hours ago 1 reply      
I have put a note in my calendar a year from now, and a year after that to read the story about how these laboratory curiosities could not be made in production quantities.

Something I would really love to see would be a solid state battery that exploited the fact that we can draw silicon features at 7nm. How about a couple trillion equivalents of a FLASH cell which we can drain in rows or fill in rows. Sort of a bucket brigade of capacitors at that point but it would not have any recharge issues and since its just charge flying about no dendrites to speak of. At some point I predict that will become a useful way to build energy storage devices.

bitmapbrother 3 hours ago 1 reply      
I was watching a Nova episode on batteries and they showed a new type of Lithium Metal battery that used a plastic material that separated the positive and negative halves. The unique thing about this new Lithium Metal battery was that it was not prone to the existing problems of Lithium Metal batteries and did not catch fire when punctured. They even started cutting portions of the battery off with a scissor and it continued powering an iPad.
callesgg 4 hours ago 2 replies      
Seams like his age is irrelevant, this is a battery with 3 times the density of Lithium-Ion batteries.

To me it sounds like the biggest breakthrough in battery technology that we have seen in years.

That should be the story.

epistasis 3 hours ago 0 replies      
An easy-to-consume overview of some potential areas of battery improvement, which briefly mentions solid state.


DigitalJack 2 hours ago 0 replies      
If you are interested in more details about solid state battery design and chemistry: https://arpa-e.energy.gov/sites/default/files/documents/file...
rhodin 4 hours ago 1 reply      
Interesting footnote: "The UT Austin Office of Technology Commercialization is actively negotiating license agreements with multiple companies engaged in a variety of battery-related industry segments."

I recommend the book "The Powerhouse: America, China, and the Great Battery War"[1], it goes into some detail about the legal issues around (one) li-ion design and Thackary's work with/without Goodenough and attribution.

[1] https://www.amazon.com/Powerhouse-America-China-Great-Batter...

agentgt 3 hours ago 0 replies      
I have not examined the article yet but I was somewhat impressed with Mike Zimmermans work: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/next/tech/new-damage-proof-batt...

Yes the linked Nova show has that goofy host but it still pretty interesting and is young adult / kid accessible.

I highly recommend seeing the whole Nova show if you can.

fndrplayer13 3 hours ago 3 replies      
This may be a silly question to ask, but forgive me, I dont know much about EE or battery technology:

Its my understanding that current batteries found in mobile phones, laptops, etc make use of rare earth minerals which are limited and expensive and only available from big players like China. Does anybody know if this technology also makes use of rare earth minerals?

huula 4 hours ago 1 reply      
Hmm, the article mentioned nothing about the weight. For a medium sized quadcopter, 3 times more energy (given the same weight) means as long as 3 hours of flight time which would make all these drone delivery dream come true.
33a 2 hours ago 0 replies      
This sounds like it could be really nice for off grid solar set ups if it was cheap enough.
vvanders 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Sounds awesome. Now the real question, what's the path to mass-production?

If they can pull it off, it'll be a huge game-changer.

nyolfen 4 hours ago 4 replies      
not trying to be smarmy, i genuinely know next to nothing about batteries -- are li-ion batteries not considered solid state?
angryasian 3 hours ago 0 replies      
I hope when I'm 94 I'm still as productive as this man is
grhmc 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Sounds like John Goodenough wouldn't leave goodenough alone.
dvt 4 hours ago 0 replies      
A fantastic article for those thinking they might be "over the hill" :)
rebootthesystem 4 hours ago 3 replies      
A comment that I think is relevant in a community of startups that often, explicitly or de-facto practice age discrimination:

This engineer is 94 years old. Few, if any, SCV startups would have hired him. Yet, here we are, he might have just developed the key technology to push electric transportation through the hockey stick curve past the inflection point.

Three times the energy density, many times more cycles, no shorting, high charge and discharge rates. Yeah, this is more than just about laptops and cars, this is about planes, boats, trucks and ships.

Think about that before you reject a 50+ year old. Experience has real value.

maxerickson 4 hours ago 0 replies      
So sodium-ion battery grid storage?
logfromblammo 4 hours ago 1 reply      
Basically, the battery has a lithium (Li), sodium (Na), or potassium (K) metallic anode, a solid glass electrolyte, and an "ink" cathode of sulfur (S8), ferrocene (Fe(C5H5)), or manganese oxide (MnO2) on a copper (Cu) current collector.

So it's not entirely solid. The cathode may have a tiny bit of liquid electrolyte between the glass and the copper.

View a helpful diagram at http://www.greencarcongress.com/2016/12/20161213-braga.html .

hourislate 4 hours ago 1 reply      
Wouldn't it be great if this could get to market. Almost sounds to good to be true. Maybe I missed it but are there any working prototypes out there in a vehicle or some kind of device or is this just in a lab?

You would think there would be folks all over this if it were the case. I wonder what is holding it up?

paws 4 hours ago 4 replies      
TL, DR:This tech utilizes solid-glass electrolytes vs today's liquid electrolytes. This apparently brings us:

"at least three times as much energy density as todays lithium-ion batteries"

"greater number of charging and discharging cycles, which equates to longer-lasting batteries, as well as a faster rate of recharge (minutes rather than hours)."

The team lead is Dr. Goodenough, making things better!

(sorry, couldn't resist. that's really his name)

If true, that first point especially sounds awesome!

djsumdog 2 hours ago 1 reply      
> Maria Helena Braga

I don't want to diminish what this guy has done, but I hope all the other people involved get the credit they deserve.

The sole inventor is for super hero movies. In reality, there are teams, sometimes just 6 ~ 12, but sometimes dozens of engineers and scientists, grad and undergrad students, that work together to figure out all the little parts to make technology like this work and make it viable.

It's never just the first author, but the next six or so authors on a paper that helped make a project what it is.

All that being said, it's still cool to see research institutions working to make stuff like this.

trveskyll 3 hours ago 0 replies      
John Oldenough
Infernal 4 hours ago 3 replies      
And he's still got Windows XP running in his lab, based on the photo. An interesting juxtaposition.
Dilution ycombinator.com
465 points by firloop  1 day ago   123 comments top 24
birken 1 day ago 3 replies      
> Remember that raising money is not success. Raising huge amounts of money early on is very rarely how companies win (though it is sometimes how companies lose)

I honestly think one of the reasons the company I worked for was successful was our inability to raise money while we were young, which forced a real discipline and creativity for how to do more with less. It also made us skeptical of investors and ensured we didn't base our internal feelings about the company based on what a bunch of incredibly fickle investors thought. This was important both when investors hated us, and perhaps more important when they switched and loved us.

And to the second point, I saw first hand how easy money made one of our competitors so cocky they had no chance of success, and another one got too much money and got distracted spending it all to actually make a core business that made sense.

Money is necessary and important, but having too much of it is also a risk that you need to take seriously.

lpolovets 1 day ago 8 replies      
Caveat: I'm a seed stage VC, so obviously I have a horse in this race.

I don't agree with this advice. Well, in theory, I strongly agree that avoiding excessive dilution is ideal. But the suggested numbers (10% dilution for a seed round) feel very unrealistic to me. It's very hard to get far on that kind of money for a seed stage company. If anything, the proliferation of bridge rounds and seed extensions and series of convertible notes show that even after raising seed rounds, many companies need more capital to get to a series A.

It's also interesting to note that the 10% figure is coming from YC, which takes 7%. That's a considerable amount of dilution, too (and very worth it, IMO).

Finally, I've never been a founder, but I imagine if a company becomes enormous, I'd care less about whether my net worth was $200m or $250m as a founder. So the dilution seems less important than having enough capital for a successful outcome. I'd rather have 60% of a small exit than 80% of a $0 exit.

I do believe in constraints and good cash management, so regardless of how much founders raise, they should be conservative with spend until they have strong product market fit.

achou 1 day ago 0 replies      
"How do I spend this money?"

If you're asking yourself this question, you're not focusing on building your business. How to spend it becomes a distraction.

The converse also happens: for any business problem the easiest solution is to spend money. Leads? Leadgen firm. Hiring? Recruiters. Code? Outsource, or contract out. Testing? you get the picture.

Throwing money at a problem is a short term fix but fails to build competence at doing that thing. The lack of experience weakens your company in the long term. It's organizational muscle that didn't get exercised. It atrophies over time.

This might make sense for certain areas, but having too much money on hand makes it very tempting to solve all problems with this one hammer.

Abundnce10 1 day ago 1 reply      
Somebody please make this: like TransparentStartup [1] but instead of sharing revenue numbers the startup shares their cap table so that we can see how it changes over time after multiple rounds of fundraising.

I feel like seeing concrete examples of how the founders' share of their company changes based on the size/details of a fundraising round would be super useful for founders as they negotiate funding rounds.

Are there any companies currently sharing these details that I'm not aware of?

[1] http://www.transparentstartups.com/

antidilution 1 day ago 1 reply      
Serious question here for people who know about this.

"I have recently seen several examples of companies doing pretty well and going out to raise B rounds with investors already owning 50-60% of the company. In all cases, they are having a tough time."

I know a company in this position. Not quite going out to raise a Series B, but lots of interest from current Series A investors in doubling down (doing an internal growth round).

What's special about this scenario is that the company is profitable and has millions in revenue and grew 1,200% since the Series A investment round just a couple years ago. But because the pre-Series-A financing was at depressed valuations, there is only 30% of stock for the common, and the founders/employees are (rightfully) worried about dilution. The cap table is clean, but the distribution is unfavorable.

In this case, could founders make a reasonable argument that Series A investors should buy out seed investors and angels rather than diluting the common stock holders further? It seems like secondary liquidity for the angels would be attractive to them, and I heard that when offering secondary liquidity for those seed-stage investors, one could do some sort of "stock-cash swap" that avoids dilution of the common. Anyone heard of something like this or have good reading material about it? It seems like an esoteric "third way" between Series A and exit.

alexmingoia 1 day ago 0 replies      
In other words, companies are taking investment later and later in their lifespan so founders need to be sure thy have some left many years and many rounds after they started. Capital is dirt cheap and desperate for return - and only getting cheaper.
jmspring 1 day ago 1 reply      
A classic comment from the CEO of a startup I worked at during an all hands after a new round of funding, someone asked about dilution. The CEO (with a straight face) said, "you weren't diluted, the share price increased." The question was from one of the early employees. It was one more item that made a few of us who were already fed up about a few things leave before even vesting.
oculusthrift 1 day ago 4 replies      
Tangential question: How do founders typically retain control of their company? I've specifically been told that it's wise for one person to own 51pct of the company and be CEO. However, with 20 pct of equity for investors and 10 reserved for future employees, this doesn't seem to leave much for cofounders who are potentially putting as much skin in the game as the CEO.
matchagaucho 1 day ago 1 reply      
In every VC pitch I've made in the past 5 years, they have all offered more money than needed/requested.

Maybe I over-corrected by choosing to bootstrap, but you can never own too much of your own company.

In the VC's defense, their funds are increasing at a rate disproportionate to the number of partners available to manage the investments.

VCs simply cannot focus on 100 $1M investments with 5 partners.

sama 1 day ago 0 replies      
Bug fix: in an earlier version I used 12.5% and 20% as the rough targets for seed and A rounds. Then I decided to switch to 10-15% and 15-25% ranges. Somehow that change only partially got made, indicating 10% and 15-25%. Now it's fixed.
lmeyerov 21 hours ago 0 replies      
This felt more from a VC perspective than a founder's one..

1. VCs have portfolios and can talk about averages. As a founder, you're dealing with your particular reality, and as startup phases are inherently high variance... your terms will be all over the map, and not driven by your dilution aspirations. Oh, SaaS crashed this quarter and you lost your F100 account? Too bad for you. Bots are in? Sweet!

2. I'm surprised by the dilution percentages here: I'm guessing they're for the top 10% or so, where everything already aligned anyway. Likewise, I'd expect it for something like a SaaS snack boxes -- stuff where averages and predictability make sense from day 1, not crazy bumpy tech etc. Otherwise, for example, VCs will fight HARD for their % minimums. So, 10-15% sounds like one VC at their absolute bottom... and therefore not normal.

3. 7% might be what accelerators converged on... but that's high compared to F&F, angels, & specialized advisors in your field (vs "startups").

dandare 16 hours ago 0 replies      
Am I the only one who cringes when entrepreneur uses the amount of raised money to introduce/describe himself?

"...during my career I have raised $100 million..."

Yeah? And how much value did you create?

Quanticles 1 day ago 0 replies      
less dilution = good

money to do stuff = good

wise spending = good

these are all known things, i'm not sure this article actually digs much into how to balance them

equalarrow 21 hours ago 0 replies      
Great post, I love it!

I definitely have an opiniosn.

I've raised money, couldn't raise money, have had friends that couldn't, have ended up having friends slogging through to become millionaires without any vc, and even turned down rounds hoping to get more.

Now when I look back and think "how would I do this now?" I come to two conclusions.

1. If I want to own an idea as a business owner over the long term, then I don't care about investors. This is my Basecamp spidey sense and convictions. My happy path.

2. My idea is great, I need some money. However.... Nowadays I'm thinking along the lines of "long term (hopefully,, but I suspect that most people don't care bs long term"", which is not SV or wall st friendly. I am seriously looking at non-profit.


I've been through #1 a gazillion times and now, since I have a family and a diff outlook on life, I'm looking longer term.

But, how does the 'family dude' perspective conflict with the Uber perspective?

Growth is the altar that we all kneel to. The Iron Throne. But, it doesn't have to be this way. Granted, we all have Maslow's needs and that varies based on a number of factors (geographic, personal, etc). But in the end, what is our purpose?

Are we here to sustain sexual harassment via star pupils at Uber so they that their 'CEO' can grow? (At the expense of human beings?)

What is the point of growth or even exponential growth? Money? Riches?

Look, I think YC is better than not and I think that we - we tech people - need to lead the way because we 'can'. Thumbs up on riches, algorithms, and technology. These are awesome progressive things!

But, seriously, after going thru the vc grinder, seeing the cap tables of founders and everyone else and then THEN (stupidly) agreeing to this inequity.. Well, the fault is obviously mine but there is is (a lot) of fault with these pump and dump startups.

jartelt 1 day ago 0 replies      
The other consideration with raising a large round is that you are going to have a high valuation. If your company is awesome and growing really fast, this is no problem. However, if you overestimated your market and struggle to grow into that high valuation, you limit your options for a successful exit.
65827 1 day ago 1 reply      
I think the spectacular real time failure of Uber is going to drive a lot of those valuations down.
amorphid 1 day ago 1 reply      
Do startups ever pre-allocate blocks of equity for investors? I understand it's common to carve out N shares for employee options.

Say pre-raise look like this...

- 30% for founders

- 20% for employees

- 50% for future investors

Then when raising initial funds, you sell 20% the total pie (40% of the investor block) of the company to investors, making the share split look like this...

- 30% for founders

- 20% for employees

- 20% for current investors

- 30% for future investors

When an exit occurs, any unallocated shares get split up among the existing shareholders using whatever formula is used to calculate how the money is distributed.

auganov 1 day ago 0 replies      
Diluting founders' equity is the least important point. A messed up cap table can make your startup uninvestable. It hurts the whole company, not just you, the founder. Which is why you mostly see these deals peddled by VCs without a track record.

Even if you can't get a different deal you might want to pass. There's just no point. Unless all you want is a salary.

logicallee 1 day ago 0 replies      
I think it's a bit insensitive not to mention that at the seed stage most companies throughout the world cannot raise any money on any terms, period. (Literally: period.)

This includes companies with revenue and built product.

The rest of the advice is good and interesting - but it really is for companies that can raise in Silicon Valley.

Kiro 1 day ago 2 replies      
> raise $5 million on a $10 million pre-money valuation (selling 33% of the company to investors)

How do these calculations work?

SFJulie 1 day ago 0 replies      
As a former serial startup employee (I used to be young an optimistic) I cannot count the money I earned doing crunch and being underpaid ...

Because I have none of it.

blazespin 1 day ago 0 replies      
I think something needs to be said about context. Some ventures will be more successful by raising more / diluting more, while others the cash will just hurt. Some examples: hardware plays versus an AI startup.
neom 1 day ago 1 reply      
Money is simply wind in the sails.
pdog 1 day ago 5 replies      
> Most founders' instincts seem to be to give too much equity to investors and not enough to employees.

Is this wrong? Investors don't receive anything for their capital but equity. Employees receive income, benefits, etc. that have to be factored into the equation.

AMD Zen and Ryzen 7 Review: A Deep Dive anandtech.com
498 points by jsheard  13 hours ago   276 comments top 32
fcanesin 8 hours ago 3 replies      
From the reddit AMA today with Lisa Su (CEO):

7th) Will all Zen products have all of the instruction sets and platform extensions, or could lower end chips lose features like virtualization?

A7: In the consumer client space we have no plans to turn off virtualization or features.

9th) Does AM4 / consumer ZEN support ECC memory?

A9: ECC is enabled on Ryzen and AM4.


edit: added link

vxxzy 12 hours ago 2 replies      
Wow. AMD has really pulled through on this one. They are really giving Intel a run for their money. This is going to be great for consumers. What is interesting is the HUGE jump in multi-threaded performance on AMD. Very interesting.
dmm 12 hours ago 6 replies      
> ... this means that the base memory controller in the silicon should be able to support ECC. We know that it is disabled for the consumer parts, but nothing has been said regarding the Pro parts.

ECC should be a standard feature. If you don't want it you don't have to use it but to disable simply for market segmentation is lame.

timdafweak 12 hours ago 2 replies      
Impressive! While it doesnt utterly destroy Intel, AMD does offer a MUCH better price/performance ratio. Things have gotten much more interesting indeed. Intels dominance is being called into question. As a result, we all profit.
keldaris 1 hour ago 0 replies      
I'm someone who's still running an ancient (2007, IIRC) Nehalem i7-920 based workstation for daily use and was eagerly waiting for this launch to finally decide on a new build. After reviewing all the day one benchmark data, I've come to the odd decision that I'm probably going for an i7-7700k, especially if Intel drops the prices by even a tiny amount.

I say "odd" because, apart from basic daily tasks and occasional gaming, my workload mostly consists of scientific computing. Ryzen's performance on AVX2 is precisely as bad as I expected from the architecture (effectively, a 50% penalty) and given the thermal constraints on 6900k's, a lightly overclocked 7700k (usually easy to get to 4.8-5 Ghz after delidding) seems to deliver by far the best price/performance ratio even on multithreaded workloads as long as vectorization is a significant component of the workload. Not to mention the added benefit of delivering the undisputed best single threaded performance money can buy. Ryzen also seems to have issues with memory bandwidth that may or may not be solved by future microcode or MB firmware upgrades, and very limited overclocking headroom.

It's still nice to see AMD bring competition back to the CPU marketplace, and I'm looking forward to their server CPUs in Q2. I'd also love to be proven wrong on anything I said above and reconsider my build options, so please point out any oversights on my part.

robotmay 12 hours ago 2 replies      
The 1700 is really well placed, often seems to beat the i7 7700k in benchmarks whilst drawing less power and costing roughly the same/cheaper. Probably even better value if the stock coolers are as solid as they sound. Definitely going to be a popular chip with gamers (I'm very tempted myself).

Hopefully more software starts to make use of multiple cores more effectively. It's not like it's a new feature of chips any more.

izacus 12 hours ago 4 replies      
If I read the specs correctly, Ryzens don't have GPUs integrated. Are there any motherboards out there with GPUs on board? Or do you always have to add a 150EUR+ graphics card to it (assuming I want at least 2x 4K display support)?

The 1800X does seem like a killer value for the money for us C++ people :)

aesthetics1 9 hours ago 1 reply      
What is the deal with 16 PCIe lanes? With the move to PCIe storage, this is disappointing. I am happy to see the price/performance is good (which is surely going to force Intel to be competitive again), but if this is targeting the high-end, I can not understand 16 PCIe lanes.
BlytheSchuma 17 minutes ago 0 replies      
I'll never buy an AMD processor, but I'm glad they are giving Intel some competition.
msimpson 12 hours ago 1 reply      
AMD Ryzen 1800X (Summit Ridge):

3.6 GHz (4.0 GHz Turbo) over 16 threads

15,812 Passmark for ~$500


Intel i7-7700K (Kaby Lake):

4.2 GHz (4.5 GHz Turbo) over 8 threads

12,321 Passmark for ~$350


Intel Core i7-6850K (Broadwell E):

3.6 GHz (4.0 GHz Turbo) over 12 threads

14,500 Passmark for ~$575


Competition is back. Ya!

rl3 4 hours ago 3 replies      
Out of curiosity, why aren't CPUs with asymmetrical core designs a thing? For example: a single, large primary core with a high clock speed supported by many lower-clocked smaller cores. Theoretically that would allow for the best of both worlds.

I imagine if such a design existed, it would disincentivize proper multi-core utilization in software to some degree. It would likely further complicate parallel programming as well.

At the same time, multi-core computing has been a thing for well over a decade now, and the reality is that a CPU's single-core performance still matters.

Are the efficiency advantages inherent in symmetrical core designs simply too great? Would asymmetrical designs not be suited for use with existing OS schedulers? Is operating a chip at multiple frequencies simultaneously somehow insane from a design perspective?

tcoppi 12 hours ago 0 replies      
They did what they needed to do, get close enough performance and undercut on price. Should be a winner until Intel makes their next move.
daxfohl 12 hours ago 4 replies      
Do they ever do compiler speed tests or boot speed tests? Which of the existing ones would be most similar?
MaysonL 5 hours ago 0 replies      
I wonder: is there any possibility that Ryzen is what Apple has been waiting for for new desktops?
anonymousDan 11 hours ago 0 replies      
Does anyone know if the Zen 1800 desktops support their new Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV) extensions or are they only for server class machines (Naples)?
noipv4 12 hours ago 1 reply      
The proof is in the pudding. Competition is back. Intel has started slashing prices of its latest CPUs left right and center.
kayoone 12 hours ago 1 reply      
Seems like gamers in general are a little disappointed, for everyone else this CPU is amazing at that pricepoint though.
bitL 10 hours ago 0 replies      
I'll definitely consider 1800X for my movie rendering/machine learning rig, especially if they confirm ECC functionality. 40 PCI-E lanes would be better, but I can live with 2x x8 GPUs and only one x4 SSD for machine learning.

Interesting would be 4C/8T parts - if they can run them cool (given 8C/16T 1700 uses 65W I think it's not unreasonable), they probably can clock them to get to 7700k parity at 95W.

sengork 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Here is another review link which is a good complement to the Anandtech's hardware:


gravelc 5 hours ago 1 reply      
I'm still trying to work out whether only dual channel RAM means 64GB RAM is the limit, or do different mobo chipsets support actually support quad-channel? Kind of a deal breaker (for bioinformatics work) if I can't go over 100GB RAM, which is really annoying given those cheap threads.
djrogers 10 hours ago 1 reply      
I'm really interested in these from a virtualization standpoint, especially with 8 cores for so little $$. I'd love to see a good set of tests/benchmarks with a completely virtualized workload.
jtl999 6 hours ago 0 replies      
So we know AM4 supports ECC RAM but will any motherboards come out with IPMI?

SuperMicro has spoiled me.

laughfactory 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Man this is great news! I can't wait to build a new overly powerful rig with these new chips from AMD. Sweet!
gigatexal 12 hours ago 1 reply      
Since I'm not much of a gamer I'm looking at these chips. I wonder what an optimized (packages compiled with flags specific to the chip) Linux system around ryzen would be like.
seoseokho 2 hours ago 0 replies      
throwaway132791 11 hours ago 3 replies      
Rather strange that AMD's stock is down ~ 2.5 %
vladimir-y 7 hours ago 0 replies      
I'm exited that competition returns, no more Intel's monopoly.
bdz 11 hours ago 2 replies      
Looking at those gaming benchmarks. Turns out the single core performance is still more important than having more cores.


pmoriarty 10 hours ago 2 replies      
Do high-end Ryzen chips need liquid cooling?
lightedman 5 hours ago 1 reply      
Barely half of the PCI-E lanes than my FX-9350.

Nooooooooooooope. Was looking forward to a nice SLI rig but looks like Ryzen just died for my choice on upgrade. Guess I'll stick with the power-hungry beast.

BuckRogers 8 hours ago 1 reply      
Looks great, coup successful by AMD. Takeaways after a few of the reviews on this list[0][1]:

- If you're buying a desktop quadcore processor in 2017, you're doing it wrong. May as well buy a laptop.

- Kabylake sucks as a workstation chip but is ok for gaming if your PC is solely a glorified Xbox.

- Vast majority (90%+) of gaming rigs are GPU-bound. Think very carefully before giving up 8 cores and 16 threads at the same price.

- Intel's margins and lineup are utterly destroyed especially once you consider how expensive Intel HEDT boards are on top of it all.

- AMD made CPUs Great Again. Bravo AMD!



Leaked Snapchat emails: Anti-gun group told to pay or NRA ads may appear mic.com
397 points by davidbarker  1 day ago   242 comments top 36
kbenson 1 day ago 4 replies      
I have to wonder how much this was intentional and how much was very poor communication.

My initial response was that it's a horrible shakedown, but on reflection, I wonder if it really was just Saliterman acting in both Everytown's and his own best interest. If it's a common tactic for the NRA to advertise where possible during anti-gun media, and if it's something Snapchat does not involve itself in mediating for journalistic purposes, then it's entirely possible the team that offered Everytown the free media deal inadvertently set them up to have the NRA run messages during their event, and Saliterman was trying to come across as "hey, I would have advised you against this for this exact reason, as the NRA is trying to get in on your ad spots and that's not something we can really prevent."

How you interpret it is probably highly dependent on your opinions of the companies involved as well as how it is presented here. I only wonder because it seems like it's in vogue to call out bad behavior of tech companies right now, and that undoubtedly leads to at least some articles that purposefully misinterpret events to convey that story.

To be clear, this story certainly makes it sound like a shakedown, and it very well may be. I have no idea if that's what happened here, and I doubt at this point we'll ever know know that it's in the realm of PR spin for damage control, but given that both parties refused to comment, I think chances are high that we're getting the author's assumptions rather than something reasonably close to the truth, whatever that may be.

whack 1 day ago 5 replies      
To be honest, this is standard operating practice for almost every advertising venue.

If you work at Amazon and want to show Amazon ads at the top of the page, whenever a user searches for eBay, Google will happily let Amazon do that. If eBay wants to prevent it, they need to pay money go secure the advertising spot on "eBay" search results. Ditto for Windows/Mac, BMW/Mercedes, etc etc.

At its foundation, advertising spots are content-agnostic. Anyone is able to buy advertising slots on any page, and as long as everyone follows the rules, whoever has the best bid*click-through-rate will win. And to be honest, that sounds like a perfectly reasonable way to run a business that's funded almost entirely by advertising revenues.

gizmo 1 day ago 2 replies      
According to their Form 990, Everytown for Gun Safety spends 5.5 million a year on lobbying, legal, and accounting fees. Their advertising budget is another 7 million. They spend 2 million a year on travel. Their top executive earns $350,000. Honestly, they seem to be a pretty well funded charity. I don't think SNAP was in the wrong here.


averagewall 1 day ago 5 replies      
Would people have the same complaints if it was the other way around? Snapchat reached out to the NRA and offered a free Live Story as partnership for Gun Appreciation Day. Another division then threatened the NRA that it could run anti-gun ads during the NRA's free Live Story.

If the complaints would be different, then it's just your political bias. Some people think the NRA is important and its message is being harmed by groups like Everytown. In that case, why not focus on the heart of the issue which is "Snapchat allows NRA ads but I don't like guns".

lostphilosopher 1 day ago 1 reply      
Hmm, other than a communication blunder I don't see the foul here? I don't know how Snapchat advertising works internally, but if the NRA is a known purchaser of advertising, and can choose to target its ads in specific content segments it would seem like Everytown might want to be warned that leaving their ad segments unclaimed means the NRA claiming them is a possibility. Even if the ads get assigned randomly or through some sort of automated process you'd still think a good client relationship manager would want to give his or her (prospective) client a heads up that an NRA ad in their time slot is possible, no? Imagine if he had said nothing, and then the NRA _did_ run ads in the Everytown slot? Would that have been better? If I was Everytown I'd be angry at Snapchat for not warning me that this was a possibility. As far as I can tell, Saliterman did his job, his job just happens to have intersected with an emotional flash point, and is by nature manipulative.

Now, how someone got to his professional level without knowing how to handle this conversation more tactfully is beyond me. And further if he was trying to convince them this was a possibility when it _wasn't_, or some other nefarious ploy then sure - let's jump on the outrage bandwagon, but from that article? Nothing to see here.

ctdonath 1 day ago 2 replies      
Social media sites really need to face the decision of whether they're "common carriers" or are liable for consequences of discrimination against common/normal views.
aresant 1 day ago 1 reply      
I remember in the Facebook pre-IPO days they invited a handful of notorious internet marketers / affiliates to sit down with senior executives to figure out how they could work together to drive higher CTRs for fare like ringtones, weight loss pills, etc with the goal of goosing revenues upwards.

I'd guess these are similarly interesting times in the SnapChat ad sales department on the way to an IPO - they are under tremendous pressure to drive results.

smsm42 1 day ago 1 reply      
Looks like a combination of bad team communications (one team tries to sell service, another offers essentially the same for free) and even worse attempt to rescue the sale by FUDing the client ("if you go with free option, we might run competitor's ads inside your content!"). I hope that's not a routine way for them to work, because that would be rather stinky practice.
yalogin 1 day ago 6 replies      
Why do people expect ethics and morals from startups? Snapchat here and Uber all year. Is it because they are startups and someho the HN crowd assumes they will be good citizen? The same thing if done by some pharma company or may be some division inside Johnson and Johnson would go unnoticed and expected even.

It looks to me that most people on here work for startups and new companies and some how want to work in a field that has higher morals and ethics. Why would a sales guy try to behave differently and not make a sale? We have seen this again and again with other sales teams from Yelp and others. I am not trying to explain the actions of sales people just to understand where the outrage is coming from.

marcrosoft 1 day ago 1 reply      
I only see this as a problem if Snapchat put NRA ads up for free just to extort money or vice versa.
mcculley 1 day ago 2 replies      
This is a perfect example of why a firewall between editorial and advertising departments in a news organization is not sufficient. I would really like to see a subscription only news service exist that doesn't take any advertising dollars. It would make very clear that it serves the readership, not advertisers. Alas, I don't think enough people are willing to pay what it would take and media companies are too risk averse to even attempt it.
sauronlord 1 day ago 0 replies      
What is the issue here? Seems perfectly reasonable to me.

If I post an video on Youtube for my spaghetti event. And it has reach, then of course other spaghetti vendors may want to run ads on it if they pay up.

Slow news day?

Jedd 1 day ago 0 replies      
Why is a company the size of Snapchat not using a CRM so that their various divisions can't step on each other's toes like this?

Apart from the highly dubious ethics being exhibited, it suggests it's a surprisingly unsophisticated organisation.

brilliantcode 1 day ago 0 replies      
Another reason why Snapchat might be so stingy-there long term prospect is severely limited.

IPO will increases the exit valuation when Snapchat inevitably fizzles and gets bought out by a tech giant with actual positive net profit.

edw 1 day ago 0 replies      
The headline oversells the story in a way that makes its overselling of the story completely deniable. Reminds me of something Oh yeahof the actual behavior the story describes. Is this a postmodern meta-storytelling piece?
audeyisaacs 1 day ago 2 replies      
I really don't see the issue here.

There's no reason that Snapchat should voluntarily censor ads on that story at their own financial loss.

probablybanned 1 day ago 2 replies      
Good. Why is Snapchat doing political activism?
jlewis7272 1 day ago 2 replies      
Too bad they didn't reach out to the NRA for comment.
mywittyname 1 day ago 2 replies      
Companies opt-out of advertising on shows or events that revolve around programming they don't feel aligns with their company values. So, when I see the NRA opting into advertising for this event, I see it as sponsorship and support of the message.

If I saw an Exxon Mobile commercial during a climate change documentary, I would take that as tacit support of the subject.

Now, obviously I'm wrong. So can someone explain why this advertising is so valuable to the NRA? I guess it's just trolling.

anonfunction 23 hours ago 0 replies      
As soon as the head of political sales found out about the editorial he stated:

> We are also talking to the NRA about running ads within the story.

Later in the article it says that the NRA advertised on Snapchat in 2015, have they since? Or was it that now we will contacting the NRA to tell them it's a good idea to advertise during your editorial.

Seeing the comments it looks like the majority doesn't see a problem with this because the NRA is free to do advertising. To me it's just bad business to be featuring a good cause as a so-called partner and then extorting them like this. It certainly also seems like that would be a negative experience for the viewers and the partner.

In the end Snapchat lost both an editorial partner with a group that resonates with their target demographics and any potential advertising revenue from the event.

abalone 1 day ago 0 replies      
Saliterman was a former spokesperson for George W. Bush, by the way.[1] I'm shocked.

This was absolutely an unprofessional move and not simple targeted selling. The story would not have been as attractive a target for the NRA without Everytown's cooperation in the first place. So now that Snapchat's roped them in, to maintain the integrity of their story they need to pay up? This guy put his division ahead of Snapchat's reputation as a company.

[1] http://www.potomacflacks.com/pf/2011/09/former-bush-spokesma...

aurizon 16 hours ago 0 replies      
How double dumb, gun people do not want ads targeted to those that will not buy and those that do not want to buy guns do not want the ads. A waste AND a shakedown.

In fact the anti gun lobby should tell their members to click on all these ads (or get a 'clickbot to do it) since that will burn gun company cash for zero gains

paulajohnson 16 hours ago 0 replies      
I can't help thinking that the anti-gun group could exploit this by specifically running content that attacks NRA advertising tropes, thereby turning the NRA ads into an exercise in deconstructing NRA propaganda.
libeclipse 21 hours ago 0 replies      
This title is very clickbaity, and the first half of the article does a very poor job of communicating what's really going on.

Snapchat has no obligation to favour one side of the gun reform debate over the other. But the way this article frames it, they're actively blackmailing the gun-reform side.

apapli 18 hours ago 0 replies      
It seems we are in the middle of an unfortunate trend when industry disruptors also seem to be conveniently "disrupting" (ie ignoring) established ethics at the same time.
zeveb 1 day ago 1 reply      
I wonder if they also try to get the NRA to pay so that Everytown for Gun Safety ads don't appear. This actually seems like a decent way for social media companies to make money, although it sure does feel smarmy.

(as an aside, Everytown for Gun Safety is not actually a gun-safety charity: it's an anti-gun organisation)

thinkloop 1 day ago 1 reply      
An additional nuance here is big guy vs. little guy. If this was Coke vs. Pepsi where either could afford buying up the ad spots, it wouldn't be a big deal.
andrewclunn 22 hours ago 0 replies      
Well I for one was bothered to find out that snapchat would give away ads through their news decision to such a political advocacy group.
valuearb 12 hours ago 0 replies      
What a great salesman.
microcolonel 19 hours ago 0 replies      
A corporation wants to use another corporation's services to distribute content, but does not want to compensate them in any way, expects that the facilitating corporation will prevent a charitable organization from paying them to reach out to the same audience.

Everytown for Gun Safety is a private lobbying effort funded by Michael Bloomberg, and believes that they can use a company's service for free while censoring paid ads from a true community charitable organization which is funded primarily by membership dues. Mic deliberately characterizes Everytown for Gun Safety as a "gun safety charity", and avoids using similar language to describe NRA, a registered charitable organization with a considerable number of members. Are they trying to say that the NRA doesn't care about gun safety?

I don't really see why Snap Inc. should have to promote Michael Bloomberg's fantasies for no pay, and prevent the voice of an established charitable institution from being included alongside it through the standard advertising process.

elastic_church 1 day ago 0 replies      
The timing of this is more interesting than the fairly standard advertising practices itself. I would say this is pretty bullish for Snap since they have leverage over the organizations founded by movers and shakers!
tn13 1 day ago 1 reply      
What is wrong with this ? I love NRA and I think they are doing a wonderful job of protecting our rights. If anyone want s to compete with them they should obviously pay.
h4nkoslo 1 day ago 1 reply      
No one seems to be mentioning that doing so would presumably screw over the NRA harder than Everytown. The target viewer for gun control content would presumably not be interested in an NRA ad, but the NRA is nonetheless paying to run it.

Oddly the "threat" is essentially that you might become ritually unclean by proximity to such content.

LyndsySimon 1 day ago 3 replies      
I realize it's the title of the article, but "Everytown" is not a charity.

There are two legal entities:

1. Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund, Inc; a 501(c)3

2. Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund, Inc; a 501(c)4

The NRA is structured similarly with the NRA being the traditional non-profit and the NRA-ILA being the political lobbying entity.

It's disingenuous to cast one group as a charity and not the other.

JKCalhoun 1 day ago 0 replies      
ddingus 19 hours ago 0 replies      
Click the shit out of them. Happy times.
New GitHub Terms of Service require removing many open-source works mirbsd.org
431 points by gamache  1 day ago   230 comments top 39
bmh_ca 1 day ago 12 replies      
IAAL. My reading of the article and the terms of service strongly suggest that the author of this article is not well informed on the subject.

For example, my informal and cursory analysis of the article:

> Section D.7 requires the person uploading content to waive any and all attribution rights.

It does not. The Github license requires a waiver of the requirement of attribution insofar as such waiver is needed for Github to do what it already does e.g. as the license indicates, provide search results without attribution.

Further, only Github has been given this waiver. Anyone else is still held to any requirement of attribution.

> section D.5 requires ... the right to reproduce your Content solely on GitHub as permitted through GitHub's functionality, with no further restructions attached; this is a killer for, I believe, any and all licences falling into the copyleft category

While D.5 does permit performing, using, and displaying of a work, it permits reproducing on GitHub only. Any copying from GitHub not granted by way of another license would be a violation of the author's copyright.

Use, performance, or displaying in the absence of a right to reproduce strikes me as a rather narrow set of rights.

I stand to be corrected, but I see nothing sinister, nefarious, or unwarranted by GitHub.

YMMV. If you need legal advice, retain a lawyer.

chad-autry 1 day ago 4 replies      
pfffft Bunch of yammering without any good analysis. Disappointing.

The new terms don't do anything except make explicit what they were already doing.

D.7 + D.4: They were already doing activities these terms explicitly give them the right to do. They are internally copying (backups), modifying (compressing and indexing), and displaying anything uploaded. If having it spelled out violates your license, I don't see how them just doing it without having it spelled out doesn't also violate the license. Maybe this just shifts where the license violation is occurring from GitHub's doing to a user's uploading, but it doesn't change the fact that a license is being violated somewhere on either the old or new terms.

D.5: This section was already in the old terms! The new terms actually clarify and limit what they mean by "fork". It still doesn't give the forking user a right to modify, just create their own copy within the context of GitHub. You already granted users the right to "fork" anything publicly submitted under the old terms.

D.3: The rant (the writers own tag, but I find it appropriate) is just nitpicking here. It om-mitts the reason why they would remove content, which is because it violates their policies. GitHub needs this right to enforce their content restrictions. Also, if GitHub ends up removing partial content such that it violates the license it was submitted with YOU aren't the one breaking the license. They are.

squeaky-clean 1 day ago 3 replies      
(edit since I didn't expect many votes, I am not a lawyer at all)

The text doesn't seem totally true, for example:

> Section D.7 requires the person uploading content to waive any and all attribution rights.

Yet, from the ToS, section D.7:

> You retain all moral rights to Content you upload, publish, or submit to any part of the Service, including the rights of integrity and attribution. However, you waive these rights and agree not to assert them against us, to enable us to reasonably exercise the rights granted in Section D.4, but not otherwise.

So you don't waive "any and all" rights.

From the article:

> Section D.5 requires the uploader to grant all other GitHub users right to use, display and perform the work (with no further restrictions attached to it)

From the ToS, D.5:

> If you set your pages and repositories to be viewed publicly, you grant each User of GitHub a nonexclusive, worldwide license to access your Content through the GitHub Service, and to use, display and perform your Content, and to reproduce your Content solely on GitHub as permitted through GitHub's functionality.

So uh yeah, there are lots of restrictions on it. "solely on GitHub as permitted through GitHub's functionality", so they can only use Github functionality (i.e. Forking) on your content. They can't sell your content or relicense it or host it on their own website.

The only real problem I see here is that unless you created the work entirely by yourself ("you" here can mean a group), you can't grant the rights necessary to upload to Github, even if you're well intentioned or the original authors may be fine with it. And these rules apply to private repos, too. I wish the author had focused more on that.

TheRealPomax 1 day ago 1 reply      
I'd like to point out that taking exception with "the right to reproduce your Content solely on GitHub as permitted through GitHub's functionality" means you were probably already not using GitHub, since that literally describes what happens when someone clicks the "fork" button.

Especially given that the actual EULA text is this: "If you set your pages and repositories to be viewed publicly, you grant each User of GitHub a nonexclusive, worldwide license to access your Content through the GitHub Service, and to use, display and perform your Content, and to reproduce your Content solely on GitHub as permitted through GitHub's functionality. You may grant further rights if you adopt a license."

(There also seems an odd confusion between "illegal" and "in violation of the terms of service", which are very different things indeed, but that's less crucial to examining what the terms actually say you can, and cannot, do on GitHub)

angrygoat 1 day ago 4 replies      
The site seems to be struggling with load - here are the categories of works the author argues are incompatible with the ToS:

- Anything requiring attribution (e.g. CC-BY, but also BSD, )

- Anything putting conditions on the right to use, display and perform the work and, worse, reproduce (all Copyleft [maybe minus GPL])

- Anything requiring integrity of the authors source (e.g. LPPL)

There's a fair bit more detail on the post, but that's the gist of it.

The concerns relate to section D of the new ToS, which is here:


JoshTriplett 1 day ago 1 reply      
sytse 1 day ago 0 replies      
GitLab's indemnification is mentioned in the article "Gitlab seems to not have such, but requires you to indemnify them YMMV. I think Ill self-host the removed content."

We want our terms to allow everyone to contribute. I've created an issue for us to look at making our indemnification more specifichttps://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com/issues/1185

edw 1 day ago 0 replies      
It's submissions like this that demonstrates the extent to which user-contributed news aggregators are amplifiers for the prior assumptionsand obsessionsof the users doing the contributing.

My personal favorites are stories of the form "I don't like this Apple product, so Apple has lost touch and is doomed. Not that I've laid hands on the product. But still!"

But this one, an instance of "I have discovered the hidden-in-plain-sight plot by a popular service to commandeer your intellectual property!" is pretty good too.

kefka 1 day ago 1 reply      
They could have avoided the bulk of these problems by the following:

5. License Grant to Other Users

If your project doesn't have a license attached, then the rights you provide GitHub and users are as follows:

You agree to allow others to view and "fork" your repositories (this means that others may make their own copies of your Content in repositories they control).

If you set your pages and repositories to be viewed publicly, you grant each User of GitHub a nonexclusive, worldwide license to access your Content through the GitHub Service, and to use, display and perform your Content, and to reproduce your Content.

Choosing a License for the repo supersedes the above rights declaration and reverts completely to the License of your choice.


There's cases where I'm using someone else's GPL3 code. Im using it because of the GPL and am granted rights. I can't comply with the "rights" GH wants because I don't have them to give.

I also have projects that I'd like to share as GPL, but not as BSD or MIT. My choice. The existing version grants GH an effective BSD license for everything on there.

michaelmrose 1 day ago 2 replies      
Here is the article text


best read in something like reader mode or something

Sunset 1 day ago 1 reply      
I'll give you a solution. Continue using Github, ignore anyone who says anything about copyright. Have fun trying to sue me.
joeblau 1 day ago 1 reply      
I just created a project using CC4.0 last weekend and I noticed that GitHub didn't have it in the list of suggested license you can choose. When I added it manually, GitHub did recognize it which I thought was awkward. It seems like GitHub is already trying to steer users away from creating the types of repositories they don't want to support in the TOS.
Manishearth 1 day ago 1 reply      
Here's an actual lawyer (who is also a programmer) talking about this.


This blog post is FUD.

smilekzs 1 day ago 1 reply      
> there was a review phase, but my reviews pointing out the problems were not answered, and, while the language is somewhat changed from the draft, they became effective immediately

I find this disturbing.

Also, although extremely unlikely, I would imagine Github finally panicking upon a large exodus of high-profile FOSS projects.

simplehuman 1 day ago 2 replies      
Just wanted to expand a bit more on the knee jerk reaction of suggesting GitLab.com. From what I know from their business, GitLab.com is a loss leader and they make their money primarily from the enterprise self-hosted product. Please keep this in mind because this is important. No service is a charity and GitLab.com will always be their low priority. GitLab.com is not magically immune to problems that GitHub.com faces in terms of license. Once GitLab becomes big, you will see the same things all over.

To conclude, I suspect you are better off just self-hosting GitLab (just pay them license fees). It's really just 3.25 per user per month, please support their self-hosted instance.

spullara 1 day ago 2 replies      
For those that think this is a problem, is there a ToS and license that everyone would agree gives Github and users the legal right to do what they do today that is compatible with all the OSS licenses?
jwildeboer 16 hours ago 0 replies      
Dear moderators, please fix the headline. This is IMHO turning into clickbait. The linked article is wrong in many ways, as lawyers have explained in the comments here.

Please stop this misinformation from spreading further. Please.

erikb 20 hours ago 1 reply      
So, let's just assume for a second that the author's comments are all completely correct. Then it's still not a good analysis, since it doesn't say at all how these rules came to be and what they try to achieve. I don't think Github's management is so broken that they would F up their core users' businesses for no reason.

It is important to understand it from a progressive point of view, since any compromise would also require Github's needs to be fulfilled at least to some degree. It would also help understand that the author may actually be wrong in his assessment. And last but not least you're just painting half a picture if you just mention your own arguments. Makes your arguments way less convincing.

em3rgent0rdr 13 hours ago 0 replies      
HN Mods, sounds like they need some protection from the HN hug of death:

>> Please use the correct (perma)link to bookmark this article, not the page listing all wlog entries of the last decade. Thank you.


grabcocque 1 day ago 1 reply      
Hanlon's Razor applies?
majewsky 1 day ago 3 replies      
Github has a contact form: https://github.com/contact - Here's the love letter that I just sent them if you need something to copy-paste.

> The internet just told me about the updated ToS and its potentially disastrous effects on the legal certainty of thousands, if not millions of open source contributors. I demand you adjust your ToS to ensure that users can be safe that they will not get into legal trouble by sharing open-source code and artifacts on Github.com. If you fail to provide me with sufficient legal certainty in this matter, I'm prepared to move my source code to other providers or to my private premises.

> Since my employer, $name, is also a paying user of Github.com, I will also refer to my employer's legal department to check which legal concerns could arise from my continued use of Github.com for work purposes, and take appropriate action.

michaelmrose 1 day ago 1 reply      
Does anyone have a copy of this article.
dermur 23 hours ago 0 replies      
FWIW we're in the process of building https://eversentinel.com/ to monitor ToS changes. It's in beta so we're still adding services but will definitely be adding GitHub
hl5 1 day ago 1 reply      
In what use case does Github violate free software licenses such that it requires additional rights?
grandalf 1 day ago 2 replies      
Would someone please contact one of the leaders of Github for a comment? Too much speculation going on.
k__ 1 day ago 0 replies      
I have a few repos with GPL-3.0

Is this a problem now? :(

jldugger 1 day ago 1 reply      
Interesting topic, wish the article included a bit more analysis and explanation to support itself.
kefka 1 day ago 2 replies      
I deleted the projects in my userspace.

I still want to maintain a user purely for ownership of presence there. But I certainly won't use it.

I'll move on to things like GitLab or IPFS for transmitting projects I'm working on.

chmike 19 hours ago 1 reply      
Wouldn't GitHub simply remove the now disallowed licenses from the list of predefined licenses ?
Taniwha 1 day ago 0 replies      
As I see it the underlying issue is that Github doesn't want the GPL of one customer's project to attach to github itself, or to other projects hosted on Github.

I think that's a fair goal for Github to pursue - maybe they didn't get it right this time (IANAL) but I think we can all work with them to get something that makes everyone happy, hopefully with less heat and more light

Disclaimer: I have GPL and LGPL code and hardware hosted on Github

akerro 1 day ago 7 replies      
Here, have it: https://gitlab.com/explore move your code here, thank me later.
adelarsq 1 day ago 0 replies      
So going to Gitlab...
TechHawk 1 day ago 1 reply      
Does this apply to the BSD 3-clause license? As far as I can tell no, but would be great to hear other people's opinion...
pottersbasilisk 4 hours ago 0 replies      
so it begins. github is the new sourceforge.
camus2 1 day ago 1 reply      
So people suggest moving to gitlab, what about bitbucket? it also offers free repositories. What makes Gitlab better. Ultimately centralising all the opensource in one service is a bad thing for opensource in general. Github shouldn't become the "defacto" custodian of opensource projects. It's like today the internet is "distributed but heavily centralized in one place". Look at the S3 outage recently, taking down half the internet.
pyb 1 day ago 2 replies      
Did I read correctly ? Must I remove my GPL licensed code from Github ?
shawn-butler 1 day ago 0 replies      
Does anyone know what was the resolution of Github/IBM removing OpenLava's repo from Github?
JadeNB 1 day ago 2 replies      
This page doesn't load at all for me. Am I the only one?

As near as I can tell from the headline, it's the same as http://www.mirbsd.org/permalinks/wlog-10_e20170301-tg.htm#e2... , which does load for me.

Ask HN: Who is hiring? (March 2017)
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xando 1 day ago 12 replies      
Hey, a friendly reminder. Im parsing the thread, all job offers added here are also available on the map on


or just HN items


If you post here, please use the below format to help me with parsing. If you wont, no worries, I will do my best to get all the things right.

 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} | {location} 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).

natashabaker 18 minutes ago 0 replies      
SnapEDA | Software Developer | San Francisco, Toronto | Onsite, Full Time | https://www.snapeda.com

SnapEDA is the Internet's first parts library for circuit board design. Our search engine is used by over 35,000 registered hardware designers to design faster by downloading ready-to-use component models.

Were looking for a software engineer with a background in EDA or CAD development, and who thrives in a fast-paced environment, to join our team. Our stack is mainly Python, Django and Postgres.

See our postings on AngelList for more info: https://angel.co/snapeda/jobs

jashkenas 1 day ago 1 reply      
The New York Times | Interactive News Developer | NYC | Onsite, Full Time


Interactive News is the special digital projects team embedded within the newsroom of The New York Times. Youll be working with editors, reporters, photographers, designers and other developers to build newsroom-facing tools and reader-facing projects that expand the horizons of our digital news report.

Youll join a small team passionate about improving newsgathering through technology.

Youll span desks and beats in search of projects where your software can help The Times tell stories they couldnt tell otherwise.

Sometimes you will craft bots. Other times you will construct open-source libraries. Often, you will deploy web-based admins for reporters to enter and clean data. In every case, you will make The Timess reporting and storytelling better.

We want to improve our team by better reflecting our broad audience. If youre a member of a community underrepresented in technology, we especially encourage you to apply.

bgriggs1 1 day ago 2 replies      
Knack | Software Engineer | Remote | REMOTE https://knack.com

Hmm, let's see, how can we scare off the typical HN reader. We're bootstrapped, so we have zero interest in Silicon Valley. We're a 100% remote company, but we have overlap time and synchronous communication, because those things matter. Our only investors are our customers, so everything revolves around them, not you. And we're not looking to sell or be acquired, because, shocker, we actually love what we're doing and who we're doing it with and want to keep doing it forever.

On the off chance there's a kindred spirit here, find out more at https://knack.com/work-at-knack

jonovate 52 minutes ago 0 replies      
Expedi | Front-End/Full Stack developer++ (2nd Tech Hire) | Houston, TX | On-site (Full Time)

We're on the hunt for our 2nd engineer who considers themselves more of a Front-End developer with some "Full Stack" and E-Commerce know-how, yet does not want to be constrained to doing just that. Having a strong desire to grow your career quickly as an early employee, will make it a perfect fit.

Expedi, LLC is an Oil & Gas start-up with huge plans to quickly scale up and out in the physical supplies market. Our seed round is already in the bank and we'll be raising our Series A in the very near future. Plus we're bootstrapping in parallel by doing the traditional thing, which gets us in the door of our customers/partners and helps prepare to shift them (and the market) into this decade.

+Our office is in NW Houston (Off FM1960 / between the 249 and I-45)

+Healthcare and vacation provided, along with optional dental/vision/etc. The expected usual's and more to come as the company grows, including equity/bonus. (Family and work-life balance are key to the board, myself and our CEO, COO)

+On the team, I have a strong engineering & continuous learning culture planned which brings us all exponential growth and challenges. This includes the opportunity to make a name for yourself (if that's your thing), using/contributing to open source, development blog, representing us at meetups/hackathons/conferences and more (plus what is important to you).

Our first launch will require experience with Python+Django, Node, HTML5/ES6/CSS (Bootstrap, etc.), Postgres, Linux & Docker/Containers, Git, Ecommerce - lots of open source... Then once we've launched this Summer, you will be able to continue focusing on that, plus so much more as the team grows. There will be back-end & integrations to SaaS/On-premise systems, mobile apps, security, cloud management, SEO, data analysis, hardware/IOT?, etc...We're not there yet, therefore you basically have that rare chance to help drive a road-map and build a company from the ground-up, while doing something you enjoy.

Hopefully interested?? Email me: it@goexpedi.com and we'll go from there. No recruiters please and we are unable to sponsor a Visa at this time. :(

!! Also, if anyone is wanting an opportunity to expand their UX/Design portfolio, reach out to me as well as we will be looking for help soon.

prakashj 1 day ago 0 replies      
Nextdoor (http://nextdoor.com/) | San Francisco, CA | Full-time | Onsite

I'm one of the co-founders and Chief Architect at Nextdoor. Our mission is to use the power of technology to create stronger and safer neighborhoods all around the world. Over 70% of the neighborhoods in the US are using our platform to communicate about the issues most important to them, and we've just started expanding internationally as well in the Netherlands and UK. Founded in 2010, we're backed by Benchmark Capital, Greylock Partners, Google Ventures, and Tiger Global among others, and have raised over $210M in venture capital to-date.

We are hiring across the board, and growing quickly. A list of our open job reqs can be found here at http://nextdoor.com/jobs. In particular, we're always looking for great full-stack generalists who are comfortable working in an agile, fast-paced environment. Our stack is primarily Python and Go, running on AWS, with client apps built in Obj-C/Swift (iOS), Java (Android), and JavaScript (Web).

Our office is located in San Francisco (mid-Market) close to Civic Center BART. If you're looking for a relatively small startup (we're still fewer than 150 people total, with ~50 in engineering) with an opportunity to have global impact, we'd love to hear from you at jobs@nextdoor.com.

evanjacobs 1 day ago 1 reply      
Alexa Smart Home | Software Development Engineers | 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:



P.S. If you're a recent college graduate, you can apply for those positions at: https://www.amazon.jobs/en/teams/university-tech-full-time

P.P.S. If you're looking for a summer internship, those positions are available at: https://www.amazon.jobs/en/teams/university-tech-internship

mronge 1 day ago 0 replies      
Astropad | Codec Software Engineer | Minneapolis,MN | REMOTE

At Astro HQ we make Astropad, software that turns the iPad into a high-end drawing tablet for the computer. We replace existing dedicated, hardware drawing tablets that are prohibitively expensive, costing thousands of dollars. Astropad is used by creatives of all types, from hobbyists to high-end professionals working on major motion pictures.

To make Astropad possible we had to create our own network protocol and low-latency video codec we call Liquid. We are just getting started with Liquid and we need engineers to help us work on this next generation high quality, low-latency video technology.

We are looking for someone with an interest in low level programming (C, SIMD), graphics, GPU programming and compression to work on our cutting edge Liquid tech. We are also a fully remote company with a small office in Minneapolis, MN. If this sounds interesting to you, e-mail: jobs@astro-hq.com

heakins 1 day ago 0 replies      
Amazon Lab126 (lab126.com) | Sunnyvale, CA | Concept Engineer (ONSITE)

Amazon Lab126 is an inventive research and development company that designs and engineers high-profile consumer electronics. Lab126 began in 2004 as a subsidiary of Amazon.com, Inc., originally creating the best-selling Kindle family of products. Since then, we have produced groundbreaking devices like Fire tablets, Fire TV and Amazon Echo. What will you help us create?

Were looking for engineers with broad experience in a mix of software, firmware and electrical engineering who thrive in fast-paced start-up like environments. In this role, you will be a part of the Concept Engineering team that brings in new ideas and delivers high-fidelity proof of concepts. Responsibilities include:

* Actively participate and lead concept development and design ideation as part of a small team

* Rapidly build and iterate on polished, high-fidelity prototypes that express design intent, using the best and most appropriate tools and techniques for the task

* Develop functional prototypes to prove and sell concepts to development teams and senior leadership

* Partner with other teams to ensure that our techniques and technologies translate through to shipping products and services

* Be able to work creatively through and around perceived limitations and/or challenges imposed to create delightful experiences for customers

Please email heakins@amazon.com if youre interested!

vikp 1 day ago 0 replies      
Dataquest | Lead Software Engineer | San Francisco | Remote okay | $100k-$140k + significant equity

At Dataquest (www.dataquest.io), we data science to thousands of students around the world every day. We teach the concepts behind the code, then help students build projects until everything clicks. We get results -- we've had students get jobs at companies like SpaceX, and our NPS is around 60.

Our infrastructure is built around React and Python 3, and we deploy using Docker and Kubernetes. We interactively run and check student code, a major technical challenge.

We're looking for someone to own our technical stack and direction, while also leading and growing our engineering team. Ideally you've built something at scale, and can balance adding customer value (shipping fast) with clean code and architecture.

We're looking for someone who's passionate about teaching, which both involves sharing our mission (to give people access to high quality education at a low cost), and wanting to mentor other engineers.

You'll have a lot of latitude over technical decisions, and you'll have significant input on product decisions as well. We're bootstrapped and profitable, so this is also a chance to learn more about the business side.

This is a great role if you want a make huge impact on the world, grow a business, and rapidly expand your skillset.

If this is interesting, please email vik at dataquest.io.

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.)

47 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Article | Software Engineer | Vancouver, BC | ONSITE, https://www.article.com

Article is a vertically integrated online furniture brand. I am looking for several Software Engineer to join my development team.

Here are some of the exciting problems you can work on while at Article:

1) Traditional furniture companies sends out millions of physical catalogues. We think are inefficient and costly. Can you build the ultimate digital alternate to the physical catalogue?

2) We manage our on Transportation and Deliveries. Can you optimize and automate the warehouse and final mile carrier selection for a shipment?

3) Furniture takes lot of space and they are costly to ship. Can you answer the question What product should keep in stock, how much should we keep in stock and where should we stock them?

4) We currently operate 3 warehouses. Can you predict where and when should we open our next warehouse?

5) Current generation of warehouse management systems are geared towards small items. Furniture is huge and bulky. Can you design and build an efficient software for managing and shipping furniture at scale?

6) https://www.article.com is the only way to buy our furniture. Can you create a better customer experience?

Lets talk you can reach me at tahseen [at] article.com

brikis98 1 day ago 0 replies      
Gruntwork | DevOps Engineer | Anywhere | REMOTE http://www.gruntwork.io/

At Gruntwork, we offer DevOps as a Service. That means we help companies figure out how to do all the steps that come after writing code. How do you test that code? How do you deploy it? How do you monitor it? How do you keep it secure?

It turns out that many, many companies are are struggling with these questions, and we need to grow our company to keep up with demand. We are distributed (work from anywhere), bootstrapped (no investor pressure), family-friendly (no crazy hours), trying to build a diverse team (people of all backgrounds, genders, races, cultures, and ethnicities are welcome), and profitable (we work with some of the biggest brands in the world).

We're looking for a seasoned developer with deep experience running production software ("operations", "DevOps"). If you're interested, email us at careers@gruntwork.io.

You can find more info here: https://blog.gruntwork.io/gruntwork-is-hiring-devops-enginee...

JonnyB_Amazon 1 day ago 1 reply      
Amazon | Full Stack Engineers & Development Managers - On-site Only | Edinburgh, UK | 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. We are also looking for some experienced Development Managers to lead these teams.

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)

jphillips415 1 day ago 0 replies      
Mashape | San Francisco | Full-time | Onsite | Remote

Mashape is looking for qualified Software Developers, Customer Success Engineers, and Dev Ops Engineer candidates to work in our San Francisco office.

Were the company behind Kong, the most widely adopted open-source API gateway. Our core focus is making it easy to distribute, monetize, and consume cloud APIs. We are driven by a passionate community of developers from around the world.

We work with leading open source technologies including HTTP, AWS, Cassandra, Nginx, Docker, Lua, Python, Docker, PostgreSQL, Cassandra and many others.

Our culture is open and collaborative and our small team is smart, passionate and fun. Were fully funded, growing and looking for great people. If youre interested in any of our jobs, wed love to talk to you.

Check out our openings and apply online at https://www.mashape.com/jobs/ or contact Nicole directly at nicole@mashape.com

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

Do you want to help cure cancer? Do you care about the mission behind your software engineering?

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 the biggest partners in the industry -- working directly with and alongside their engineers.

We are seeking strong software engineers to join our team. 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 req'd.

Here is some recent information on our mission: http://www.wbur.org/commonhealth/2016/07/07/precision-medici...

Interested? Please email Amy Massey - massey@broadinstitute.org

andrewheekin 1 day ago 1 reply      
StreetShares | Software Engineer (Python, AngularJS) | Washington, DC (Reston, VA) | Full-time, onsite, http://streetshares.com | $80k-$100k+ and equity

StreetShares is hiring passionate software engineers to build our online lending platform. Engineers will work in a fast paced environment to shape the future of our company. This position will focus on all aspects of our system including application, database, and front end code. The ideal candidate is comfortable being an intricate part of a small agile team, can engage across functional areas and is a coding master. This position reports to the VP of Product Technology and is based in our Reston, VA headquarters.

If you're interested, email cmcpeek@streetshares.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/careersSquare'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 an engineering manager (NYC only)

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


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

navahq 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Nava | Washington DC, San Francisco SF, New York NYC | DevOps/Infrastructure/Systems Engineers, Software/Fullstack Engineers | Product and Project Managers | Business Analysts | Designers 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/

bbgm 1 day ago 0 replies      
Amazon Web Services | Multiple positions | Seattle | Fulltime, ONSITE, http://aws.amazon.com/batch

The AWS HPC Services org is hiring for multiple positions. HPC Services is a new org that sits inside broader Amazon EC2 org. Our first public service was AWS Batch. In addition to continuing to evolve AWS Batch, we are also investing in tools and libraries that improve the performance of HPC applications on AWS. When we say HPC we think of applications across various scientific domains, engineering, machine learning, etc. Our target customers are scientists, engineers, and developers. Current open positions are for a Web Development Engineer [1] and Software Development Engineers [2]. Not posted yet is a position for a research scientist with deep experience in parallelism, e.g. frameworks/libraries like MPI, LAPACK, etc. If you want to learn more, please reach out to me (deesingh (at) amazon) or joadegbo (at) amazon

1. https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/484402

2. https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/504675, https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/504677

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 full-time, remote developer to work on Zotero's server-side architecture our public API, backend services, AWS infrastructure, etc. You'll 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

seatscouts 1 day ago 0 replies      
Seat Scouts | Sr. Functional Programmer - Elixir | Can be 100% Remote | Full-time | http://www.seatscouts.com

At Seat Scouts, we help brokers in the event ticket industry automate their everyday. We do this by making the fastest software using the latest technology. We are also a 100% remote team, so you can join us from anywhere the country!

We are currently hiring for Sr. Functional Programmers who will be responsible for building out our suite of broker automation tools by contributing throughout the entire software stack. Brokers rely on us to automate critical tasks with 100% accuracy and micro-second latency. As such, we rely on cutting-edge technologies such as Elixir, Phoenix Framework, React, and WebSockets to build real-time software thats up to the task. If youre interested in building high-performance software using the latest tech, let us know at jobs@seatscouts.com.

lpgauth 1 day ago 0 replies      

 AdGear - ONSITE - Backend Engineer (Erlang, C, Rust) - 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) - 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/

andrest 4 hours ago 0 replies      
The Farmer's Dog | Software Engineer | New York | https://www.thefarmersdog.com/ | Onsite | 90-140k + equity

The Farmer's Dog is a VC backed direct-to-consumer pet food company. We're building a subscription based e-commerce platform to support and manage custom subscriptions and food production. We've been cashflow positive from day 1 and are growing faster than expected.

Even though we don't sound like a typical tech company we take pride in development. We've built an e-commerce platform from ground up. It consists of 2 isomorphic Redux apps backed by a shared NodeJS API. We have CI and CD processes in place, and make use of docker-based microservices via Iron.io. We have plenty of challenges to tackle from predictive analysis to optimizing fulfillment operations.

We're looking for a senior Software Engineer who's comfortable writing backend code and dealing with docker and aws. Our stack is react (and redux), node, postgres, docker and aws.

If this sounds like you reach out at info+hn@thefarmersdog.com

kunx 8 hours ago 0 replies      
SurveyMonkey | Full-Stack Software Engineer | Seattle | ONSITE, FULL-TIMEhttps://www.surveymonkey.com/mp/job-listings/?job_id=534873

At the SurveyMonkey Seattle office, we help small businesses and enterprises to quickly and affordably get feedback from real customers. Our platform finds and matches survey takers to potential surveys based on demographic search criteria in real time. Anyone can sign up to take surveys and we donate money to charity for each survey completed. Since launching, we've donated over $10 million dollars to charity.

Our team is expanding and looking for engineers curious to solve challenging technical problems, while also caring about who we're solving these problems for.

We use Python, Pyramid, Solr and ReactJS.

Please visit the link to apply. Drop me an email, kunx AT ourdomain if you need more information.

moss_whitney 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Triggr Health | Full Stack and Data Engineers | Chicago | ONSITE

Triggr Health is the first predictive system of care for addiction recovery. We are a world-class team of engineers, designers, doctors, and researchers from institutions such as Stanford, Google, UCSF School of Medicine, UPENN, Northwestern, and Rackspace. We are currently working with many of the top treatment providers, government initiatives, health systems, and academic research programs in the world. Our core platform utilizes phone sensors and phone data to predict the state of an individuals recovery in real-time, enabling the right care to be delivered proactively the moment it is needed. Imagine if you could predict risk factors that lead to regressive behavior, such as when someone is angry; when they are experiencing a craving; when they are not sleeping well; or when they are falling off their continuing care plan. Now imagine doing all of this without self-reported data.

We are building apps on both Android and iOS, a customer-facing web application, a robust web services API, machine learning-driven analytics, and large-scale data processing. Our tech stack includes NodeJS and MongoDB on the backend, Backbone on the frontend, React Native, Swift and Java for mobile, and Python 3 for machine learning.

If you want to work with a highly driven, mission-oriented team that enjoys working hard, has fun together, and embraces quirkiness, contact us at talent@triggrhealth.com with a resume, why you are interested in this position, why you want to be a part of solving this problem, and a picture of your favorite dog or cat breed (bonus points if its yours!).

Sr Full Stack Engineer Jr Full Stack Engineer Data Engineer

Full job descriptions here: https://angel.co/triggr-health/jobs

At Triggr Health we value diversity and endeavor to treat everyone with respect, no matter their age, gender, race, ethnicity, or sexual, cultural or ideological preferences.

taeric 1 day ago 1 reply      
Amazon AI | Developers, managers, and data scientists | Primarily Seattle | ONSITE

We are looking for Software Engineers, Development Managers, Product Managers, and Scientists as we build tools across the AI stack. Applied Machine Learning experience is not required for all engineers, but our roles will provide a great way to grow in the field working with talented ML practitioners.

Full job descriptions at http://amazon.jobs/amazonai

spongeit 1 day ago 0 replies      
Tesla | Data Engineers, Full Stack Engineers, Data Scientists, SREs | Palo Alto, CA | Full-time, ONSITE

Did you know we crunch data here? Data is deeply embedded in the product and engineering culture at Tesla. We rely on data lots of it to improve autopilot, to optimize hardware designs, to proactively detect faults, and to optimize load on the electrical grid. We collect data from each of our cars, superchargers, and stationary batteries and use it to make these products better and our customers safer.

In the Fleet Analytics team, we process TBs of data a day from these devices. We are looking for excellent people to fill out our team. Our platform and services support the entire company from Manufacturing to Engineering to Service.

Our tech stack includes Python, Java, Hadoop (Hive, HBase, Impala), Spark, Kafka, RabbitMQ, Kubernetes

Please send resume and (bonus) references to code to Eric at ejoe@tesla.com. Please include "HN - Tesla" in the subject line.

mightybyte 1 day ago 0 replies      
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 Scientist, Data Engineer, Systems and Infrastructure Engineer, 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.

majogu 1 day ago 0 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 52,000 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 125 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're have dozens of 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 ruby engineers

* Data engineers

* Operations 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)

virtuallynathan 1 day ago 0 replies      
Amazon Web Services | Senior SDE / SysDE | Seattle (ONSITE) | VISA, aws.amazon.com, AS16509

The Internet is the worlds most complex network, with over 57,402 unique networks connected together, it contains hundreds of millions of edges and nodes. It is THE most pervasive, important, and complicated communications network in the world -- somewhere out there things are about to go south.

One of the core backbone routers of a major Tier-1 Internet provider is having a bad day. It started with a transient, yet persistent, problem which was only detectable by a slight increase in dropped packets that went mostly unnoticed. An hour later the router suffered a catastrophic failure dumping 500Gbps of traffic onto an already congested alternate path causing ripples across the Internet, disrupting websites and other Internet based services on the U.S Eastern seaboard.

Social media is ablaze as frustrated people rant about their favorite website, video, or gaming service being down, or so slow that its unusable. While the Internet burns, our customers are humming away oblivious to the disaster.

If you have an insatiable curiosity, love the process of discovery, and youre reading this with a grin... we should talk.

Come join us and...

* Do what nobody else in the world is doing... literally.

* Gain knowledge and expertise on the inner workings of the Internet, working with top-tier Network Engineers

* Define and Develop Amazons Internet Monitoring architecture

* Play in the piles of data to discover patterns that push our understanding and knowledge of Internet performance and availability anomalies

* Build massive real-time systems which inform and drive complex changes across the Internet

* Gain practical experience building software using Amazon Web Services

We have positions for entry-level, and mid level SDE/SysDE as well.

Want more info? Email me: nahtnow at amazon dot 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.

roasbeef 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Lightning Labs | Crypto Protocol Engineer | San Francisco, CA | Fulltime | REMOTE

Looking for an experienced software engineer well versed in applied cryptography, peer to peer networks, distributed systems, open source software collaboration, and cryptocurrencies. Were pushing the edge of whats possible w.r.t blockchain scalability and advanced smart contracts. Amongst our team include the primary author of the Lighting Network[1] paper, and several other Bitcoin developers making key contributions to the open source Bitcoin eco-system such as roasbeef[2]. Your job description would include working on lnd[2] the most feature-complete implementation of the Lighting Network, conducting novel research into cryptocurrencies (and related areas), and helping to design the next generation of smart contract applications on blockchains.

You can contact me directly at laolu32@gmail.com with some, or all of the following: Link to your github accountResumeA brief cover letter detailing your past experience in the areas listed above, and your vision

[1]: http://lightning.network/

[2]: https://github.com/roasbeef/, https://twitter.com/roasbeef


jisaacso 1 day ago 1 reply      
Quora | ML Engineer | Mountain View, CA | ONSITE | www.quora.com

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

Quoras mission is to share and grow the worlds knowledge.We are an internet-scale Library of Alexandria, a place where people go to learn about anything and share everything they know.

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. Within the past few months we released a large duplicate question dataset [1], built out Quora on Alexa and Google Home [2] and linked Quora Topics to Wikidata [3].

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. As a ML Infrastructure Expert, you will play a key role in developing tools and abstractions that our other developers would build on top of.

Machine Learning Engineers: http://bit.ly/2lTPGM2

ML Infrastructure Engineers: http://bit.ly/2lzaLZz

Product Infrastructure Engineer: http://bit.ly/2mtz4fJ

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

[1] https://data.quora.com/First-Quora-Dataset-Release-Question-...[2] https://blog.quora.com/Introducing-Quora-on-Voice[3] https://blog.quora.com/Announcing-Wikidata-References-on-Top...

alacker 1 day ago 0 replies      
Binti | Software Engineer | San Francisco, CA | onsite, https://binti.com/binti-careers/software-engineer/

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.

Our 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, dedicated 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 works well for our use case, but remains fun to hack on. We're building the monolith up higher, and looking forward to soon chipping off a service or two. 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.

We are also hiring an Enterprise Account Executive: https://angel.co/binti/jobs/212262-enterprise-account-execut...

If you're looking to join a small startup that has a large impact, apply online or email us at jobs@binti.com

f00biebletch 1 day ago 0 replies      
Remind | Engineers | SF | Full-time | Remote

Remind (https://www.remind.com/careers) is looking for several roles as seek to transform the relationship between teachers, families, and schools in our quest to give each student a chance to succeed in school.

We need

* backend engineers to do distributed systems work on our messaging infrastructure (go, ruby, sql, nosql, sync, async) as we support our 23M active users and scale both users and interactions rapidly

* SRE to automate our infrastructure built on Empire (http://engineering.remind.com/introducing-empire/)

* android engineers to build out features, polish features, and drive our crash free rate from 3 to 4 nines

Feel free to reach out directly, kevin at remindhq dot com

antognini 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Persyst | Computational Scientist | San Diego | ONSITE, Full-time, http://www.persyst.com/about/careers-2/

Persyst is the worldwide leader in EEG software. Our software is used daily by thousands of neurologists at hundreds of hospitals around the world. We have pioneered the use of digital signal processing and neural networks in order to remove artifacts and interpret EEG data. Now we are looking for an additional machine learning researcher to help develop the next generation of tools with the ultimate goal of replacing the routine human interpretation of EEG data. We are a small company (16 employees) that has been around since 1987 with stable and growing revenue.

Our software is written primarily in C++ and C#, but experience in those languages is not required. Please contact us at jobs@persyst.com.

idlecool 5 hours ago 0 replies      
HackerRank | Sr. Full Stack Software Engineer | Palo Alto, CA | Onsite, Fulltime | https://boards.greenhouse.io/hackerrank/jobs/562982

Technologies and Skills: Ruby on Rails, React/Redux, MySQL, Machine Learning, AWS

HackerRank is a community of more than 2 million programmers. Users learn various topics of computer programming and compete against each other in weekly contests. Apart from the Community, we have an enterprise offering which various companies like Uber, Snapchat, Red Hat, Bloomberg, Goldman Sachs, etc. use to screen candidates for Software Engineering jobs.

The big vision of HackerRank Jobs is to remove interviews in the hiring process. By profiling skills of programmers and jobs, we match right developers with the right jobs. If you believe in the mission and you have the right skills, please drop an email to <shiv [at] hackerrank [dot] com> with your details or apply through the above job posting.

hsubox 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Pepperdata | Front End Software Engineer, Distributed Systems Software Engineer | Cupertino http://www.pepperdata.com/

Pepperdata is a small company doing big things with big data. We're looking for front-end engineers (of which I am one) as well as distributed systems engineers.

The interview process starts with a phone screen with someone on the engineering team. If that goes well, it is followed by a paid 2-3 hr take-home assignment and then an in-person interview where we'll discuss your assignment among other interview questions.

I've found the culture to be very chill, mature, and inclusive.

Front end: http://jobs.jobvite.com/pepperdata/job/ogmi1fwF

Distributed systems: http://www.pepperdata.com/company/careers/?p=job%2FoJF60fwe

Or email me with further questions: cholland (at) pepperdata.com

chrismartin 1 day ago 2 replies      
CyVerse | DevOps Engineer | Tucson, AZ | https://cyverse.org


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.

caulagi 13 hours 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.

chillydawg 1 day ago 0 replies      
Longshot Systems | Machine Learning & Sysadmin roles | Marylebone London UK | ONSITE | Full time | 50k-70k

At Longshot Systems Ltd we're a small startup building advanced platforms for sports betting analytics and trading. Having developed a lot of our core platform infrastructure we are looking to begin expanding our trading strategy research activity and core infrastructure management. We have an office dog, Minos. He's a beagle and rather cheeky. We can send you a pic if you need it to help in your decision making process.

We've got two openings right now:

Senior Machine Learning Researcher, 50-70k

You'd be working closely with the CEO to design, test and implement new high frequency sports betting strategies based on machine learning models for our clients. Due to us being a small startup the role suits someone who wants to be involved in all aspects of the R&D process, from high-level design through to production implementation. The ideal candidate will be highly creative and enjoy generating new, innovate ways to tackle problems and suggesting improvements to existing methodologies; you'll have a high level of autonomy to research whichever methods you felt would be best suited to the problem at hand.


Senior Systems Administrator, 50-70k

You'd be working closely with the CTO and the development team to support our production & development trading infrastructure, develop new infrastructure and detect, diagnose and help solve performance issues in applications, networks and operating systems. You should be happy wading through tonnes of metrics, packet dumps and logs to find and solve issues. This role combines SRE, sysadmin and devops. We're a small team (6 currently) and you'd be responsible for the entire production and devlopment infrastructure.

Unfortunately we can't support visa applications at this time. To learn more about the roles and to apply please visit https://longshot-systems-ltd.workable.com/ or email jobs at longshotsystems dot co dot uk

kvarela 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Coffee Meets Bagel | iOS Engineer | San Francisco | Full-Time, ONSITE, https://coffeemeetsbagel.com/jobs/

Hey Im Karim, CTO at Coffee Meets Bagel. Im looking to hire an iOS engineer!

You'd be the 3rd engineer on our iOS team and be responsible for implementing new features, prototyping new ideas, and building out Coffee Meets Bagel on new platforms, like Watch.

Coffee Meets Bagel is a dating app that focuses on quality over quantity. We're growing fast and looking for great engineers to help build new features and scale out our platform globally.

We have a super fun office near Union Square right off the BART line and you'd get to work with a bunch of very smart, driven, passionate, and fun people all dedicated to helping our users find love!


hungryblank 1 day ago 0 replies      
Contentful | https://www.contentful.com | Berlin, Germany | full time | (VISA)

We raised our Series B lead with Benchmark https://www.contentful.com/blog/2016/05/26/contentful-series.... we have several positions open in Berlin, Germany or in SF USA.

Contentful is a content management platform for web applications, mobile apps and connected devices. It allows you to create, edit & manage content in the cloud and publish it anywhere via API.

Join a rapidly growing developer-centric company with lots of amazing international customers. We count people like Adam Wiggins (Heroku) and Francesco Cesarini (Erlang Solutions) as our advisors. We are hiring for the following full time positions:

1. Engineering Manager Ecosystem Open Source - (Berlin) https://boards.greenhouse.io/contentful/jobs/520982#.WLcLIxL...

2. Engineering Manager (or Director of Engineering) - Berlin https://boards.greenhouse.io/contentful/jobs/514322#.WLcK7BL...

3. Frontend JavaScript Engineer - Berlin https://boards.greenhouse.io/contentful/jobs/520996#.WLcLuBL...

Many other positions at our careers page some in Berlin Germany and in SF USA https://www.contentful.com/careers/

rhoulette 12 hours ago 0 replies      
Sense | Cambridge, MA | Full-time, Onsite

At Sense, we're building an intelligent home energy monitor that can tell you what devices are on in your house and how much power they're using in realtime. We're passionate about energy efficiency and about helping users understand and take control of what's going on in their homes.

We're a small team that loves nothing more than solving hard problems in the service of building a useful product -- and boy do we have some hard problems! If that sounds like your cup of tea, get in touch at ryan@sense.com or via the job links below:

Backend Software Engineer - https://www.workable.com/j/6A12E830C0Software Engineer - https://www.workable.com/j/983D47F35AData Scientist - https://www.workable.com/j/E3548DBBE1

amyngu 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Cisco Meraki | Software Engineer | San Francisco & London | 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 for roles such as Full Stack Web, Networked Systems, Platform, Test, Business Systems, SRE, and more!

About Meraki? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvBFOLkQtJUInterested in a new career? https://meraki.cisco.com/jobs

iqster 7 hours ago 1 reply      
Samsung Research America | Systems Research Engineer | Mountain View, CA | Onsite, Fulltime | http://www.sra.samsung.com/job/view/288901

We're a group of scientists and engineers who are building fault tolerant, distributed systems. Members of the group have published at top conferences such as OSDI, NSDI, FAST, MobiSys, Middleware, etc. We are currently hiring hands-on systems researchers as well as people with strong software development skills in Python, Java, C, or C++. If you are very comfy with coding for Android or Linux, do mention that. Also, if you have coded against a DB like MySQL, Riak, Cassandra, or a pub/sub system, bonus points! The right candidate must be comfy with concurrency primitives (have used locks, critical sections in practice and understand the implications thereof) and network programming. We don't carry pagers or have on-call - the work is more about coming up with compelling ideas and creating proof of concept demos/prototypes to illustrate them. This is a very unique opportunity for a serious developer who is interested in getting exposure to a research lab setting. The company offers lots of perks. Please mention you saw the post on HN.

P.S. My first "Who Is Hiring" post. Please be gentle :)

anton1234 14 hours ago 0 replies      
Kitab Sawti | iOS developer | Stockholm, Sweden | REMOTE, ONSITE, https://kitabsawti.com

Marhaba!Kitab Sawti is a Swedish startup based in Stockholm (with an office in Cairo, Egypt) and we are building the world's greatest and largest service for Arabic audiobooks.Our team is growing and we are looking for a person who can take lead on our iOS development.

As an iOS developer, we want you to be in charge for the user experience of our iOS app that we are currently building. This means you understand what makes a great UX great and with the help of our designer you can plan, build, test and ship what you build.We think you have a couple of years experience of building iOS apps (or you are new in the game and a super-talent).

You must be able to take responsibility and plan your own work and get things done, without having someone breathing down your neck.At Kitab Sawti we share success and failures as a team, regardless if you are working remotely or not.

Sounds interesting? We'd love to talk to you. Contact us at hello@kitabsawti.com (Website, https://kitabsawti.com)

jaketrent 1 day ago 0 replies      
Pluralsight | Senior Software Engineer | Salt Lake City, UT | Full-time ONSITE https://pluralsight.com

Come be a part of democratizing technology learning!

Hiring for lots of teams:https://www.pluralsight.com/careersIn Boston, San Diego, and Orlando as well

Here's one example:https://www.smartrecruiters.com/Pluralsight/108204853-softwa...

Catch me on twitter with questions: @jaketrent

It's a special place to work:- Software Craftsmanship - we want to be proud of our work- Test-Driven Development - we take responsibility for our code without QA engineers- Pair programming - we value collaborative development- Continuous Delivery - teams independently ship code to prod every day- Kanban & Lean - no more backlog grooming, no more T-shirt size estimating- Continual improvement - we take time to sharpen the saw and adjust how we work- Autonomous & responsible teams - making their own product & dev choices- Cross-functional teams - collaborating through all phases of the product dev process- Customer research - we build what our customers actually want- Trusting leaders - who trust us to create and dont impose deadlines or features- Solid technology - of the teams choice, for the right job

cvinson 1 day ago 0 replies      
Bandzoogle | Front end designer | REMOTE | $60k-$100k

Bandzoogle builds tools that help bands succeed online. Our app powers tens of thousands of artist websites and helps them make a living by selling their music and growing their fan base. We've been "bootstrapped, profitable, and proud" since 2003 and are growing fast.

We're looking for a "designer who can code". Someone as adept in Photoshop and Sketch as they are in HTML/CSS. In this role, you'll be responsible for the look and feel of 30k musician websites.

Besides directly empowering musicians, this role offers:

- A fast paced startup atmosphere, with the stability of an established (14 year old!), profitable company;

- A family-friendly schedule no overtime or weekends, flexible work hours;

- 100% health insurance coverage for US and Canadian employees;

- Reimbursement of home office expenses, computer, and coworking spaces;

- Time and resources for learning, including reimbursement of books and conferences;

- Yearly meet-ups in fun locations, family included!

More info: https://bandzoogle.com/jobs

snaza 1 day 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: http://engineering.cj.com/join or on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/search?f_C=5679&f_L=us:0&f_F=e...

or email me at snazarian at cj dot com.

gabriellep 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Gravity Brands | Data Engineer, Microservices Architect, Marketing Automation Engineer, Director of Engineering, Developers | Los Angeles (DTLA) | Onsitehttp://www.gravitybrands.com/

Gravity Brands is a (profitable!) marketing startup focused on using data to build great in-house products, currently in the bath and body industry. All of our founders are highly involved in the company and our wholly owned manufacturing chain is right down the street from our corporate office, so we have access to change things up as our consumer data tells us to.

Our tech team is small right now - our CEO is still an individual contributor + two devs + a data analyst so, for now, most of our positions are expert level requiring 5+ years of experience or more. We're excited to be in final offer stages with a few folks we found on here last month and really excited to see some more HN candidates! (PS, Hi friends!)

Check out the jobs (on our site above) and email me with Hacker News in the subject and I will get back to you! Gabrielle (@) gravitybrands.com.

Cheers folks!

vladislav 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Helm.ai | Menlo Park, CA | Full-time | ONSITE

Helm.ai is an early-stage startup team of highly mathematically oriented AI researchers and engineers with affiliations to MIT, Stanford, UC Berkeley and CMU. We are innovating on perception algorithms for autonomous navigation, with the goal of reaching full autonomy for self-driving cars and other robots.

We are hiring for the positions of researcher and machine learning engineer. To apply, send a short description of your background in prototyping algorithms and/or scaling to huge datasets and a resume to vlad@helm.ai

mdoh_apex 3 hours ago 0 replies      
APEX Expert Solutions LLC | Software Engineer | Northern Virginia | ONSITE | http://www.apexxs.com/apex-careers-2/APEX Expert Solutions is a multi-discipline solutions provider headquartered in Arlington, VA. APEX tightly couples Analysts, Operators and Engineers to deliver mission success. APEX combines skilled engineers and developers with experienced intelligence analysts, to identify capability shortfalls and rapidly create tailored solutions with direct feedback from operators.

Join a small engineering team in a divers, rapid paced environment. We are looking for experienced developers to help deliver secure, reliable solutions to meet a wide range of technical challenges. Areas of expertise should include native Linux & Android development, static & dynamic security analysis, and firmware programing including device encryption and secure booting.

Must have an active SECRET Clearance, willingness to obtain SCI eligibility and CI polygraph

sashagitlab 1 day ago 0 replies      
GitLab (https://about.gitlab.com/) | Engineering and Non-Engineering roles| Remote Only

We're hiring developers, build engineers, service engineers, developers, sales development reps, and director level positions, 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.

See all jobs here: https://about.gitlab.com/jobs/

Interested? Feel free to email us directly at jobs@gitlab.com!

hectormalot 7 hours ago 0 replies      
IPsoft | Cognitive Implementation Engineer | New York, Austin, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London | ONSITE

We're looking for implementation engineers to help implement our cognitive solution - Amelia - at our clients. Amelia is already helping various companies improve their customer and employee contacts at for example SEB bank and the Enfield Council in London. We're rapidly growing our team to keep up with all our new clients.

As a CIE, you will configure Amelia's cognitive modules such as intent recognition, business processes and back end integrations, while working closely with our clients to make sure we exceed their expectations.

Ideal candidates have a good sense of scripting in either groovy, JavaScript, or python. You're interested in cognitive technologies, and are comfortable to work directly with clients.

We offer you an exciting environment with cutting edge technologies, and the ability to grow quickly as our organisation grows as well.

For more information please reach out to Dennis.dereus (@) IPsoft.com. Due to the large amount of undirected applications, applications without a motivation might not receive a response.

ecsa 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Economic Space Agency (ECSA.io) | SF, Oakland, Europe, World | Software Team Lead/Engineer | Onsite, remote, interns, visa

Our aim is to take decentralization, p2p finance & communities to the next level. We are combining blockchain with cryptographic capabilities (capability-based security) to create a distributed computing platform. Communities can then operate smart contracts that's resilient yet interopable to produce a radically different economy. #smartcommunities #p2peconomy

We are looking for: 1. Team lead experience 2. Javascript ninja 3. Web platform experiece (HTTP, HTML, NoSQL) 4. Experience with smart contracts game design & blockchain experience a plus

Also another senior software architect position for Open Source protocol (Agoric): 1. NodeJS expert 2. NoSQL database 3. Experience with Computer Language design+implementation, Distributed computing, and blockchain highly desired.

We also have more financial instruments technology in the money market and capital market space in the pipeline.

Candidates with experience of financial algorithm (or just algorithm) are encouraged too.

Contact: joinforces [at] ecsa.io

tapad 1 day ago 0 replies      
Tapad | Unify Life Across Devices | Onsite: New York, NY or Oslo, Norway | $100K - $160K/YR + Bonus

Tapad is the true cross-device partner. By leveraging the power of our proprietary Tapad Device Graph, we unify data across all devices to understand the interests, passions and behaviors of the audiences that matter most.

Tapad's Open Source technologies (below) handle: > 2 Mill events/sec, 30+ PB of Data, and sub 10 ms response times.

Distributed Applications... Scala, Python

Distributed Computing... Mesos, Kafka, Zookeeper

Distributed Databases... Aerospike, Cassandra, Vertica

Distributed Analytics... Hadoop (YARN), Spark 2

Distributed Storage... Ceph, Hadoop (HDFS)

Global Networking... VXLAN, BGP, EVPN, VPLS

Here are our open roles in Engineering:

Data Engineer (NYC): http://grnh.se/04eq2n1

Data Scientist (NYC): http://grnh.se/y3tdkq1

Infrastructure Engineer (NYC): http://grnh.se/6gndiw1

Senior Software Engineer (NYC): http://grnh.se/1kwc8l1

Senior Software Engineer (Oslo): http://grnh.se/2polre1

VP of Engineering (Oslo): http://grnh.se/toaf671

Product Manager (NYC): http://grnh.se/lbpo831

GoPeriscopeData 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Periscope Data | San Francisco, ONSITE | https://www.periscopedata.com/Full Stack Engineer - All Levels (Ruby, Go, CoffeeScript): https://www.periscopedata.com/full-stack-engineer Senior Periscope is the fastest, most powerful data analysis suite on the market. It's the platform of choice for professional analysts, who spend 5+ hours a day using the product.We're growing revenue about 10X per year, while growing the team about 4X per year.If you have a proven track record of delivering results and shipping great products, we would love to meet you!Join our team of 85: Email amanda@periscopedata.com
kyle_s 1 day ago 0 replies      
Cerego | SF FiDi | Full-time Full Stack Engineer | $100k - $130k

Cerego helps people learn faster, remember longer, and quantify what they know. We build software and APIs that make a real difference in the world: we help people study less but learn more. We have an incredibly impressive suite of partners, from leading publishers (Cengage, Elsevier, McGraw-Hill) to online course providers (edX) to innovative institutions (ASU) and foundations (The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation).

We're not just another "adaptive learning" startup: our products are based on proven research, and learning science affects everything we do. We're also not really a startup: we've run a successful business using our technology in Japan for years, and we have a business model and partners already.

Our stack is Rails/Angular MySQL/AWS

Please check out https://cerego.com/jobs to learn more and if you'd like to work with us we'd love to hear from you at jobs@cerego.com

GoPeriscopeData 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Periscope Data | San Francisco, ONSITE | https://www.periscopedata.com/Full Stack Engineer - Any Level (Ruby, Go, CoffeeScript): https://www.periscopedata.com/full-stack-engineer Senior Periscope is the fastest, most powerful data analysis suite on the market. It's the platform of choice for professional analysts, who spend 5+ hours a day using the product.We're growing revenue about 10X per year, while growing the team about 4X per year.If you have a proven track record of delivering results and shipping great products, we would love to meet you!Join our team of 85: Email amanda@periscopedata.com
alexdunn 1 day ago 0 replies      
Numerai | Web App Developer | San Francisco Onsite Only | Full-time | https://angel.co/numerai/jobs/198993-web-app-developer | E-mail me: xander@numer.ai

Numerai hosts a weekly tournament to solve the stock market. Thousands of anonymous data scientists around the world compete to make the best predictions to control our hedge funds investments. These anonymous data scientists are paid in bitcoin, as well as our new cryptocurrency, Numeraire. Weve successfully begun a revolution in the finance industry, paying 7500 users for their 40 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.

hectormalot 7 hours ago 0 replies      
IPsoft | Head of Cognitive Operations | NY | ONSITE

IPsoft is looking for a leader of our NYC operations team. You would be growing the team from about 10 engineers now to a team of 25, leading the expansion of automation of our cognitive deployments, setting up new processes, expanding the team for both SRE and service desk roles, and supporting our clients in running our cognitive solution: Amelia.

Great candidates have proven experience in setting up devops processes, introducing automation/CI/CD, growing a team, and implementing changes in processes.

We offer you an exciting environment with cutting edge technologies, and the ability to grow quickly as our organisation grows with you. For more information on Amelia, visit our website at: www.ipsoft.com

For more information please reach out to Dennis.dereus (@) IPsoft.com. Due to the large amount of undirected applications, applications without a motivation might not receive a response.

cbogie 1 day ago 1 reply      
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): http://grnh.se/pab62x

-Marathon (Hamburg): http://grnh.se/bxh7m11

-Networking (SF & Hamburg): http://grnh.se/5psoa0

-Frontend (SF): http://grnh.se/f3wyvu

-Mesos (SF): http://grnh.se/2daykb

-Mesos (Hamburg): http://grnh.se/ce1ugo1

-Intern (SF): http://grnh.se/a4052y

-Intern (Hamburg): http://grnh.se/be82cu1

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.

danielodio 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Armory (YC W17) | Sr. Engineer | San Mateo, CA | Onsite, Fulltime http://go.armory.io/peek

Armory's looking for employees #3 & #4, sr. engineers. Get in early to a funded startup; influence the outcome.

We are a seed + YC funded, early stage (6 month old) startup with real paying customers.

If you are a polyglot who loves startups then please apply at http://go.Armory.io/polyglot . Youll never talk to a recruiter, ever. We offer same day offers as your onsite interview whenever possible.

Engineers at companies should be empowered to deploy their own code, in the background, continuously, without downtime or errors. We are working on making commercializing Spinnaker, an open source immutable infrastructure CD platform from Netflix that enables blue/green deploys, canaries & rollbacks, so it just works for the enterprise by injecting safety, velocity, intelligence, auditing, and compliance.

Get a peek under the hood at http://go.Armory.io/peek

aajhiggs 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Akkroo | Full Stack Web Developers | London | ONSITE, 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, a junior developer and a part-time SysAdmin to join our 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 Customer Success people to help on-board new customers.


Visa and remote situations vary by role. Got questions? Ask me! jobs+andy+hn@akkroo.com

zbear 19 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

- 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.


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)

lenan 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Amazon Lab126 | Sunnyvale, CA | Onsite, Fulltime

Amazon Lab126 is an inventive research and development company that designs and engineers high-profile consumer electronics. Lab126 began in 2004 as a subsidiary of Amazon.com, Inc., originally creating the best-selling Kindle family of products. Since then, we have produced groundbreaking devices like Fire tablets, Fire TV and Amazon Echo. What will you help us create?



joshuakarjala 1 day ago 0 replies      
Founders | Copenhagen, Berlin | Full-time

== 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/the-founders-blog/come-hack-away-with-us-...

== APPLY ==


thymoid 1 day ago 1 reply      
First Round Capital | Full-Stack Software Engineer | San Francisco | ONSITE

Were looking for a full-stack software engineer to join our small, but mighty engineering team.


We build in-house software for First Round Capitals startup community. Our founders, CEOs and their teams use our products every day to share and discuss their most pressing problems. Engineering at First Round provides a unique opportunity to get a look at how VC works from the inside, while shipping products around interesting startup-focused problems. We code in Ruby on Railswe even have an iOS app using Turbolinks's iOS adapter. It's a small team (just myself and one other engineer) so you'd have a huge impact on what we do.

If interested, feel free to email me directly kevin at first round dot com.

aadb 1 day ago 2 replies      
Philips Hue | iOS and Android developers, test automation engineers | Eindhoven, The Netherlands | ONSITE, VISA, https://developers.meethue.com/documentation/hue-team-vacanc...

Since the launch in 2012, Philips Hue is changing the way people interact and experience lighting. We currently are the worlds leading connected home lighting system and work with all major smarthome platforms (Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Google, Nest, Smarthings). Philips Hue encourages other companies to develop devices, apps and systems that inter-operate with our system. Through a vibrant developer program there are more than 600 third-party apps for Philips Hue.

For our mobile app development team, we have the following vacancies:

Lead Mobile App Developer - iOS: https://bit.ly/2k50JBO

Mobile Application Developer - iOS: https://bit.ly/2j8wYAE

Mobile Application Developer - Android: https://bit.ly/2kxeslL

(Lead) Test automation Engineer - Mobile Apps: https://bit.ly/2ko2ZBM

Tester - Mobile Application: https://bit.ly/2j8ob1S

We're also hiring for other teams. For the full list, see: https://developers.meethue.com/documentation/hue-team-vacanc...

In case you have any questions feel free to reach out to me at noud.de.beijer@philips.com.

umuse 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Umuse (http://www.umuse.io) | Backend Engineer, Data Engineer, Full Stack Engineer | Austin, TX | Onsite

We are an early stage startup growing our relatively small engineering team. The team is made up of experienced entrepreneurs with 5 startups and multiple exits under our belts. We are looking for engineers that want to be part of small, nimble team that is looking to make a difference, leave a mark, and hopefully transform an industry. Sound challenging? It will be.

We are adding 3 more engineers as soon as you are ready to start. Given the size you will make an immediate impact and have the responsibility to define, design and build a great product. You will also help define a culture you will enjoy working in. Open positions are:

Backend Engineer (Python, Scala, MySQL, Redshift, AWS, Docker )

Data Engineer (Python, MySQL, Spark, you get to help figure out the rest)

Full Stack Engineer ( Python, Javascript, MySQL )

See our jobs site for more details and to apply https://umuse.workable.com/

vlad 8 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

Success: I found this job with Who is Hiring in 2015 and referred someone successfully as well, so read on!

News: The headquarters are moving to San Mateo in May 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

gd832 20 hours 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

lilbenjivert 5 hours ago 0 replies      
SoundCloud | Mobile Engineers, iOS, Android | NYC | Onsite, Full-time

SoundCloud is an open platform enabling everyone to share and discover audio content all over the world.

Here at SoundCloud NYC were expanding our monetization & growth engineering team (currently a team of 15) who help build the platform that helps creators make money from their content, listeners gain access to the world's music, and brands engage with SoundCloud's unique audience. Were looking to add several product-focused iOS and Android Engineers to our growing team!

If youre interested in learning more about the challenges our engineers have tackled and our lessons learned check out our developer blog: https://developers.soundcloud.com/blog

For more information on the specific roles:

iOS: https://soundcloud.com/jobs/2016-07-13-software-engineer-ios...

Android: https://soundcloud.com/jobs/2016-12-22-software-engineer-and...

Feel free to reach out directly to benjamin.cheung@soundcloud.com if you have any questions!

thenipper 1 day ago 1 reply      
Mercy Corps | Senior Data and Learning Advisor | Portland, OR or Washington, DC| ONSITE | http://www.mercycorps.org

Mercy Corps a global NGO working in over 40 countries tackling some of the worlds toughest problems.

The Senior Data and Learning Advisor is responsible for supporting a countrys rollout and adoption of Tola our in house open source data tracking application across Mercy Corps global portfolio. In addition, this position acts as the Product Owner and is the primary point of contact with the development team to prioritize features based on feedback from key stakeholders. This position is a crucial member of the Tola project.

To apply and for more info go here: https://app.jobvite.com/j?cj=o4zL4fwc&s=Hacker_News

andrew53 6 hours ago 0 replies      
NLogic | Full Stack Software Engineer | Toronto, Canada | Fulltime

A startup-like department of an established company. Our primary business is audience analysis.

Backend: Microsoft stack (.Net, SQL Server, Azure)Frontend: AngularJS 2, HTML, CSS, TypeScript

Feel free to contact me directly with any questions: atanas (@) nlogic.ca



jcwilde 1 day ago 0 replies      
Kira Systems | Toronto, ON, CA | Onsite & Remote, Full time & Interns | https://kirasystems.com/

Kira Systems is a fast-growing software company that uses machine learning to help professionals uncover relevant information from contracts and other documents. Our award winning software, Kira, helps make contract review faster and more accurate through combining powerful machine learning combined with an intuitive user interface.

Our stack is a Clojure-based reactive single-page web client code and a distributed backend to handle internal computations. We're looking for people with Clojure experience, or an interest in working with it.


ni-recruit 11 hours ago 0 replies      
Native Instruments GmbH | Frontend Software Engineer, Backend Software Engineer, C++ Developer, System Administrator, Agile Coach | Berlin, Germany | ONSITE | Full-time

Native Instruments is a leading manufacturer of software and hardware for computer-based audio production and DJing. Our mission is to develop innovative, fully-integrated solutions for all musical styles and professions. We push technological boundaries and open up new creative horizons for professionals and amateurs alike.

We're looking for people with both the left and right brain fully engaged exceptional individuals with strong analytical minds and a passion for music and technology.

Agile Coaches to actively promote agile thinking in our company, and to support our teams to develop their skills and reach their goals.

Frontend Engineers to build & maintain highly usable, state-of the-art websites and web applications.

Backend Engineers to build & maintain highly reliable and scalable APIs to be consumed by our music production and DJing applications.

C++ Developers to help us evolve our MASCHINE, KOMPLETE, and TRAKTOR software.

Linux loving System Administrators to administer and improve our network and server landscape.

Find out more and apply here:



haas-teki 11 hours ago 0 replies      
Recruitics | Lead Software Engineer, Integrations | New York, NY | Full-Time, ONSITE

We at Recruitics use data to manage how our clients job openings are marketed to job seekers and to measure how effective they are at reaching the right applicants for each job. We do this by developing career site analytics and tools to manage online ad campaigns for job openings. Our software looks at web traffic, advertising cost data, applicant tracking systems, and more to answer questions about the performance of jobs and the behavior of candidates.

Were looking to hire a mid- to senior-level software engineer on our client integrations team. Youll help build software that tracks activity on career sites, analyzes advertising cost, and imports millions of jobs into our system. The project uses Java 8, Apache Spark, Elasticsearch, Amazon S3, ReactJS, and we are currently evaluating Apache Cassandra. As part of this role, you will work closely with our data engineering and tech operations teams.

Sound interesting? Email me at patrickd a~t recruitics.com or apply here!http://jobs.recruitics.com/job/integrations-engineer-7829502...

We start with a quick phone screen and move on to more in-depth on-site interviews, no more than 3-4 hours. If this sounds like the right challenge for you but dont feel you meet the exact requirements listed in the full posting, still drop us a line, wed love to hear from you.

arshneet 1 day ago 0 replies      
Amazon Web Services | Senior Software Engineer; Senior Software Engineer in Machine Learning | Vancouver, Canada; Seattle, WA | Full-time | ONSITE, VISA |

RDS is looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join our team working on AWS scale big-data analytics problems. RDS Performance Insights team is working on a new and as yet unreleased service which will reshape the way that customers use databases and redefine industry expectations of what a modern, enterprise grade cloud-native database provides. Leveraging a number of AWS services including Kinesis and EMR/Spark, our mandate is to provide actionable insights into underlying database performance and push the boundaries of product and technology innovation in this area. As the only big-data, analytics and ML focused team in RDS, our greenfield project is worked on by a tight knit devops team, owned, and operated entirely from the new Amazon office here in Vancouver, Canada. If youre a snowbird in the winter, love long summers and beaches, and want to work on a very engaging, highly impactful product with extremely high customer demand, endless learning and collaboration in a world-class group then get in touch!

- Lead the design, build and operations of our application stacks

- Ability to influence adoption of capabilities built by the team to AWS teams outside of RDS

- Continuously discover, evaluate, and implement new technologies to maximize development and operational efficiencies

Have a scope of influence in development practices, methods and approaches across the team and RDS organization


- Comp Sci, Engineering, Stats/Mathematics BA/MA/PhD

- 8-10+ years professional experience in software development

- Experienced technical leader, excellent communication skills. Recruitment, coaching and mentoring of other engineers.

- Ability to independently define and execute against a technical vision and roadmap

Strong will to adhere to best practices in OO development and a need to leave wellstructured code in your tracks

For more information and to apply:


Please feel free to directly contact me (I'm an engineer on the team) [MyHNUsername][AT]amazon.com, or my manager pimmel[AT]amazon.com for any questions that you might have.

wgx 1 day ago 0 replies      
D4 Software | Birmingham, UK | Full-time | ONSITE (remote-friendly, possible fully REMOTE once established)

Mid-level Software Engineer

D4 Software is moving from a client/agency model into being a multiple SaaS product provider, where products weve built will account for a majority of our revenue.

Youll work on client projects from startups to enterprise as well as our 3 in-house products.

You can use whatever gets the job done but we typically work with .Net (C# MVC), Javascript, Go, Python.

The position is onsite but we all work a portion of our time remotely. If youre good and can prove yourself then even 100% remote is no problem.

More info: https://medium.com/@D4Software/hiring-mid-level-software-eng...

Apply: jobs (at) d4software (co .uk)

Perefin 1 day ago 0 replies      
IBM Watson Developer Labs + AR/VR Labs (www.ibm.com) | San Francisco, CA | Product Manager (ONSITE)

For full job description go to http://www-03.ibm.com/employment/us/index.shtml and look up for req : 83961BR

I'm staffing up a new team and need motivated, scrappy, creative folks who can think strategically, love shipping quality products that solve real problems for developers and have a strong outcomes-oriented interest in AI, ML, Chatbots, Developer Marketplaces and/or AR/VR. Below is some of the Job Description:

Something big is happening at IBM. Were building an entire organization for developers, by developers, and we need passionate Product Management professionals with a strong interest in solving real developer problems in order to be successful. Watson Developer Labs is a new team within this organization built for the threefold purposes of 1. Strategically creating the next generation of IBM products, platforms & experiences developers love, 2. Enhancing the simplicity and usefulness of existing Watson-led IBM platforms, and 3. Delivering useful tools for our Developer Advocates to leverage in their community engagement and training efforts.

This is a position for self-directed product managers who think strategically, who want to build the next generation of IBM platforms & services that developers love, and who dont mind getting scrappy & technical to get the job done.

Successful candidates for this role will initially own one of the following three Offering areas:Developer IncentivizationDeveloper MarketplacesVR/AR Labs

What youll do: Define product vision and strategy Leverage data driven market research efforts Determine IBMs uniquely differentiated value proposition Develop a go to market strategy Build and lead cross functional teams from relevant IBM business units Create product/platform road-map and deliverables Ship amazing products for developers Iterate using continuous delivery & feedback loop best practices

myself248 9 hours ago 0 replies      
P3 Group | Senior Embedded Software Engineer | Southfield, MI | ONSITE http://www.p3-group.com/en/

We're looking for embedded software people who aren't afraid of hardware. Full posting is here: https://t.co/PUL3cxk9BI

For some reason, the recruiters put the automotive-specific stuff as required in the posting, but it isn't. The folks doing the interviewing are much more interested in your ability to learn. This year's tech won't be current forever, and we're already working on 2019's anyway. That being said, if you're already familiar with a few non-Ethernet networks, that'll be conceptually helpful.

Interview is a first-round phone screen, then come in and meet some people, whiteboard some problems, pretty standard stuff. Brush up on your foosball, it's that kind of place.

headcanon 1 day ago 0 replies      
FarmLogs (YC W12) | Ann Arbor, MI | Onsite/Remote | https://farmlogs.com

FarmLogs is inventing the future of farming. We build software to help farmers grow more with less.

Our stack is predominantly Clojure and Python, with a strong trend towards more and more Python. Our domain involves data from all over: soil samples, satellite imagery, radar, telematics from tractors, temperature data, the list goes on.

We run 100% on Kubernetes, Docker, and AWS.

We have a strong preference for onsite candidates, but would accept a remote candidate if they have experience working remotely before and are in the US.

We've got a handful of open positions, notably:

- Chief Architect

- Product Manager

- Product Analyst

- Senior Backend Engineer (6+ years experience)

- Data Engineer

- Geospatial Engineer

Come take a look! https://farmlogs.com/jobs

jaz46 20 hours ago 0 replies      
Distributed Systems Engineer -- Pachyderm -- San Francisco -- Onsite only -- jobs@pachyderm.io



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.

* Core distributed systems/infrastructure engineer (Go)

atinnolitics 1 day ago 0 replies      
Innolitics | Python and Web Developer | Austin, NYC, Houston | REMOTE | Full-time | http://innolitics.com

We are a growing, all-remote firm focusing on medical imaging software. Our tight-knit team includes developers and engineers who are passionate about solving interesting and challenging problems in the space.

We are currently seeking a creative software developer to work on medical imaging projects for our clients using Python and web technologies.

Please refer to our job posting for more information and application instructions: http://innolitics.com/join/developer-feburary-2017/

vldr 1 day ago 0 replies      
GUTS Tickets | Junior .. Senior Full stack developer | Amsterdam, The Netherlands | (partial) Onsite 35k-70k p.a. depending on experience, part-time/full-time, equitiy plan available

Are you a developer who loves live music? And do you want to join the ticket revolution? At GUTS were not only building a product, but as a team we chasing a common goal: Stop disgraceful secondary ticket prices and ticket fraud. We dont work to punch out a time card, we work hard to give fans what they deserve. GUTS is a ticketing system which uses blockchain technology to register ownership of SMART-tickets. GUTS makes ticket fraud impossible. The ticket can only be (re)sold at a fixed price, so no more disgraceful prices for secondary tickets.

GUTS Tickets is hiring frontend and backend junior / senior developers! We have about 2 to 3 positions to fill depending on experience and flexibility of the developers.

Our current stack consists of

- Python 3.5 / Django / Django Request Framework - Ethereum / solidity / blockchain technology

- EmberJS (2.10)

- react native

To expand our team we're hiring for different roles:

- junior .. senior backend developer. Experience with Python, Django, DRF is preferred, experience with ethereum would be nice

- junior .. senior frontend developer. Experience with EmberJS (>2.3) is preferred

- react-native developer

Of course full stack frontend/backend/mobile developers that have experience with a mix of the above technologies are also very welcome to apply

We're located in the center of Amsterdam (Leidseplein). We prefer people who can occassionally be onsite so full remote working is not an option right now. We also cannot provide visa's or relocation services at this time.

If you're interested in working with us, please send your CV to jobs@guts.tickets


vqc 1 day ago 0 replies      
Open Law Library (http://www.openlawlib.org) | Software Engineer | U.S. | REMOTE | $90k-$110k+

Open Law Library is a small nonprofit tech startup and open access legal publisher dedicated to making the law accessible to all.

We take tools and techniques developed for engineers to publish software code - linters, compilers, continuous integration/deployment, VCS, etc - and adapt and transform them for use by governments to publish legal codes. Governments use our tools to save time and money and publish laws in human-friendly and computer-friendly formats.

If you are looking for a meaningful way to contribute to our democracy, you find joy in building the perfect tools for your users, you like deep and challenging problems in such diverse areas as version control, DSL design, UI/UX, and NLP (more accurately, LLP - Legal Language Processing :), and the idea of helping build a team excites you, contact vchuang at openlawlib dot org.

We are looking to fill two types of positions:

Engineer with Legal Experience

We serve our government partners and their citizens by quickly and efficiently solving their legal publishing needs through technology. But every government is different, so we are always looking for strong engineers with legal experience who can quickly understand our partners needs and customize our software to their specific requirements. If you are a engineer with legal experience - lawschool grad, paralegal, or lawyer - come apply your passion for technology and the law to meaningfully change how the public experiences the law. When applying or inquiring, please include the phrase law in square brackets in the subject line.

Developer Tools Engineer

We are looking for an engineer with extensive experience writing developer tools who is interested in applying that experience to legal writing and publishing. If you have experience with IntelliSense, IDEs, linters, compilers, etc, and you want to apply it to a completely new field, wed like to chat! When applying or inquiring, please include the phrase tools in square brackets in the subject line.

transfix 10 hours ago 0 replies      
Transfix | Software Engineers (Front-end and Back-end) | NYC | On-site

Transfix is creating a marketplace to connect shippers with truck drivers. We're in a $400B industry that's ripe for automation. We're dedicated to reducing the amount of miles being wasted by optimizing the way shipments are handled from creation to delivery.

We're looking for mid-sr (3+ yrs) front-end and back-end engineers to join our team!

Tech stack: Aurelia.js, react.js, es6, ruby on rails, postgres, AWS

You can read about our culture here: https://goo.gl/YwAoRH

Process: Recruiter Screen (20min) > Tech Screen (1-1.5hrs) > On-site Interview (3-4hrs)

If interested, please apply on our jobs site (https://jobs.lever.co/transfix) or reach out to me at michelle@transfix.io

ksowocki 1 day ago 0 replies      
Occipital (https://www.occipital.com) | Boulder, CO, San Francisco, CA | ONSITE | Full-time | iOS Engineer, Supply Chain Manager, Computer Vision Engineer, Technical Customer Support, Platform Software Engineer - Mixed Reality

At Occipital, were working on spatial computing - using computer vision to 3D reconstruct and understand your surroundings so that software can operate over real world spaces. We believe it will power the next generation of augmented reality and some of the key parts of virtual reality as well.


foxbarrington 1 day ago 0 replies      
Rollmob | Director of Technology | Santa Monica, CA | EQUITY, ONSITE or REMOTE (US), $170k, http://rollmob.com

Rollmob the video advertising platform, is looking for a senior engineer who wants to level up and transition into a leadership role. Take the helm of the system that handles billions of requests per day (over 6M/min at peak). Node.js & AWS. You'll be responsible for leading and growing the engineering team. Strong individual contributor skills are required.

Profitable and growing fast (don't need to worry about investors or runway).

If you want to talk more, send me (David) an email at hn@rollmob.com

vimarshk 1 day ago 0 replies      
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

mattbooy 12 hours ago 0 replies      
Phantom | Developers (Python/JavaScript/Hybrid) | London | ONSITE, Full-Time, http://phantom.land

Phantom is a forward thinking digital creative agency based in Old Street, London. We are currently on the hunt for Python developers of all levels, especially those with a more creative side. We will also consider any exceptional front end devs as well!

We don't put our developers in a box, but expect them to be involved from strategy to delivery, working collaboratively with the entire team to find unique solutions to some amazing briefs. To help facilitate this we have our own bar in the office (with no locks on the fridge!) and the cupboards are always stocked with snacks and treats. Most importantly we have an awesome development and creative team in place and are looking for more like-minded people who will keep pushing the agency forward.

A small sample of the technologies, languages and frameworks we use include AngularJS, Three.js, Django, Flask and Google App Engine. Some recent projects we've worked on include a Google Cardboard VR Experience for Petra (http://phantom.land/work/petra/) and an interactive piece for the TATE Modern featuring music by Sigur Rs (http://phantom.land/work/states-of-matter/).

Please check out our site (http://phantom.land) for more info. Alternatively send matt@phntms.com an email directly with your CV and any relevant information. Would love to see any recent or personal projects in your email.

steve-isaac 1 day ago 0 replies      
GiddyUp | Senior Node.js Developer | Ventura, CA | Full-time, ONSITE, $120k-$160kWe're a small startup that's building an eCommerce and sales channel for innovative, Kickstarter-type products that are ready to seriously scale up their sales. We love Node.js, especially async/await. We are looking for a senior Node.js Developer with 7+ years of professional experience to focus on the backend of our eCommerce platform. You will have the opportunity to fundamentally redefine how eCommerce works for this area.Interested? Let's chat! Email me at steve@ [giddyupgrp.com].
apurvadave 12 hours 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

Benefits:-Work from anywhere-Health, Vision and Dental Insurance-Monthly learning stipend-Monthly housecleaning stipend-Motivated, smart, enjoyable coworkersPositions:-Frontend-Kernel Engineers-Backend / big data-QA-Customer Success-Product Marketing-Technical Marketinghttps://www.sysdig.com/jobs

wglb 1 day ago 0 replies      
kCura | Sr. Software Engineer | Chicago, IL; Reston, VA; Krakow, Poland | Full-time, Flexible REMOTE | https://www.kcura.com/join-the-team/available-positions/ Product: Relativity, handles large volumes of data and helps corporations, law firms, and government agencies solve their own unique data problems.

Why: To fulfill the vision we set for our product, Relativity: to simplify and accelerate how the world conducts e-discovery by bringing the entire process and community together in one open, flexible, connected platform.

Vision: Our mission is to help our customers organize data, discover the truth, and act on it. Building great e-discovery software for managing massive volumes of electronic evidence during litigation or investigations.

Stack (Reston, VA): Java, Scala, JVM, Linux, REST, GIT, Akka, Jenkins, Bamboo

Stack (Chicago & Krakow, PL): C#, ASP.NET, MVC, SQL Server, Azure, REST, Chef, Powershell

Core Values: Be humble and stay hungry, Be an excellent communicator, Exceed the expectations of your customers and your colleagues, Hold yourself and your colleagues accountable, Enjoy and be great at your job, Embrace the talents of your colleagues and our customers, Do more with less ==Team==

Founder and owner: Andrew Sieja, CEO

Advisor: ICONIQ Capital

==Interview== Phone call [30 min] >> Code Challenge (2 hour, at home, fun coding exercise) >> Interview in office to meet the team (3 hours) >> Decision communicated to you within 24 hours

==Contact== mmcfarland@kcura.com

MattBlissett 13 hours ago 0 replies      
Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) | Web Developer | Copenhagen, Denmark | ONSITE VISA http://www.gbif.org/

GBIF is an international organization whose purpose is to make scientific biodiversity data available on the Internet.

We're looking for a web developer, who will work on the GBIF.org site and other web products websites and web applications used to share open data.

The new web site is in beta at https://demo.gbif.org/ and the source code, like all our work, is on GitHub: https://github.com/gbif/portal16

The starting salary is 51268DKK per month (that's about 6900/mth or 83k/year), and is exempt from Danish tax. We can't pay for relocation for this role.

Further information: http://www.gbif.org/newsroom/news/web-developer-job-2017

cstrasen 11 hours ago 0 replies      
MEDIGO | Berlin | onsite, visa

 Junior/Senior Full Stack Developer (go, react) -> http://grnh.se/i7n81y1 Junior/Senior Front End Developer (React) -> http://grnh.se/u1gbiq1 Junior/Senior QA Engineer -> http://grnh.se/gwibs31
We are 50 ppl, trying to do our part in fixing healthcare world wide in B2B and B2C. Having evolved towards react and a service oriented architecture with docker and go, we are looking for smart and capable individuals that like to work on the full stack.


 senior team solid CI pipeline work on own projects 20% of the time 25% remote if you want it trunk development model w. feature flags (our open source here: https://github.com/MEDIGO/laika) api-first thinking company sports events (beach volleyball, gym-team ..) learning culture any hardware you need

guha 21 hours ago 0 replies      

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, C++ and Rust, Mesos, Clojure, and/or ScalaJS, 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.

We do not presently have openings for undergraduates (B.Sc. students).

Contact info@onai.com.

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:

* Data Scientist

* Senior Data Engineer

* Senior 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.

fbr 1 day ago 0 replies      
TradeMachines FI GmbH | Berlin | Backend & Frontend Engineer | Full-Time | On-Site

TradeMachines is the global search engine for pre-owned machines, ranging from diggers to production machines. We are promoting digitization within a fast-growing market and already handle as many as 30 % of auctions in Europe.

You will join a small team composed of ~ 8 people with a lot of autonomy, freedom and responsibility.

We are working with AWS and Docker on a microservice architecture, so as a backend engineer, you will have to develop a devops mindset. Additionally you can find the principles that we value on github: https://github.com/trademachines/trademachines-it-principles

We are currently looking for:

* Scala Developer (Scala, Akka, Play, Elasticsearch, AWS, Docker) - http://company.trademachines.com/about-us/jobs/scala-develop...

* Senior Frontend Developer (HTML, Javascript) - http://company.trademachines.com/about-us/jobs/frontend-soft...

I work as a backend engineer there, feel free to contact me if you want more informations: fb at trademachines.com

nfarring 1 day ago 0 replies      
Rockley Photonics | Software Release Engineer | Pasadena or Zurich | REMOTE, VISA, http://rockleyphotonics.com/software-release-engineer

Are you a git master? Then you need to shoot me an email RIGHT NOW: nathan.farrington@rockleyphotonics.com.

Rockley Photonics is a unlike any other company you have ever seen. We have put together a world-class team, experts in everything from custom semiconductor processes, to optical communications, CMOS, hardware, software, and networking. We have developed a truly disruptive technology for hyperscale datacenter network operators.

As our first software release engineer, you will basically package and manage all of our software. Continuous integration? Thats you! Merging developer branches into release branches? You again! If you really love that kind of stuff and want to build an automated software release process to be proud of, then why not check out Rockley Photonics?

juanplusjuan 1 day ago 0 replies      
Modsy | ONSITE, REMOTE | San Francisco, Portland, Salt Lake City | 3D Web + Full Stack Engineer



Modsy is a fast growing, SF-based startup that allows you to see inspirational designs and decor within the context of your own home. Using a combination of 3D art and computer vision, we allow you to "try on" furniture in your own home before you buy it. Our product is brought to life by a diverse and talented team of engineers, artists, designers and creators.

We're first movers in a fast-growing space that will become the future of home design. Check out modsy.com/portfolio and see if you can tell which of our images on our site are real vs. renderings (hint: they are all renderings).

We do a phone/in-person interview with the Head of Engineering (me), followed by a coding exercise, and then one day in office to meet the team.

Drop us a line at jobs@modsy.com if you're interested to learn more!

dr1337 1 day ago 0 replies      
CliniCloud | iOS Developer | Melbourne, Australia | Full Time | ONSITE | VISA | https://clinicloud.com

CliniCloud makes connected medical devices for the home. Our apps are used in the home to allow customers to use their phones to take their temperature with our bluetooth non-contact thermometer and digital stethoscope.

We are looking for a junior-mid level iOS developer to join our team and help us create an even better experience for our customers. You will have the flexibility to be able to choose the correct tool for the job rather than follow strict rules.

You would be working predominantly in Swift 3, with the occasional need for Objective-C, C and C++. We currently use CoreAudio and CoreBluetooth to connect to the stethoscope and thermometers respectively, so experience in these areas is desirable.

More info here: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/287066350/

Contact jobs(at)clinicloud.com to apply

vicomat 10 hours ago 0 replies      
We, at Keymetrics.io, are hiring (in Paris, France, we can help to relocate or study remote proposition). We are the author of PM2 (process manager for Node.js) and the SaaS monitoring software for Node.js apps, Keymetrics. We have many R&D projects on top of these. Job posts in french we have not yet translated them.

Devops (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NiqAAMYR6bGKoJBf4S8cyye4...)

Front (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1z7U0n9m1P64sprlkPAmgZ-fU...)

nichol4s 1 day ago 0 replies      
Surfly | Software Developer | Amsterdam, NL | VISA, ONSITE https://www.surfly.com

We're looking for a Python + Javascript engineer with deep knowledge about the web (caches, proxies, event loops, browser rendering). What we do goes far beyond regular web development. Our stack includes: Redis, MemSQL, Varnish, ATS, Ansible, Esprima, Haproxy, Nginx. We use Python, Javascript, C and Lua.

What we offer:

 - Upto 65K - We'll arrange tax benefits for migrants - Developer focused (sitting/standing desk, multiple screens, good hardware) - Nice office located in the centre of Amsterdam - Reimbursement of costs for conferences etc. - We'll help with VISA and relocation
About Surfly

Surfly allows you to surf the web together with others. Unlike traditional screen sharing it requires no installation or browser plugins. By using a smart content-rewriting proxy we allow any website to be shared, without website owners having to change them in any way.

About Us

We're a small team (< 10), have a great product and are getting some good traction with revenue. We are focussed but try to stay pragmatic. We are driven but have a relaxed and healthy work atmosphere. The coming few years are going to be great for Surfly, come join us! Please apply here: http://jobs.surfly.com/o/fullstack-developer-amsterdam

markhelo 1 day ago 0 replies      
Life360 | iOS, Android, Platform, Product | 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 software design skills, general relevant technical skills and overall communication skills. Above all we are looking for people with passion for Mobile Parenting.

If this is interesting, contact us at jobs@life360.com or directly apply from the link above.

guitarjosh 11 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.

zaph_q_p 1 day ago 0 replies      

Full-Stack Developer, Operations Engineer, Test Automation Engineer, Product Manager

Vancouver, Canada


AppNeta is a fast-growing, international technology startup that has achieved 100% year-over-year sales growth and is poised to take advantage of the massive performance monitoring marketplace sized by Gartner as $3.5B in 2017. AppNeta has been named to the Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies list four years running, and has won numerous awards in the Boston market, including BBJs Best Places to Work and BostInnos Coolest Companies.

All Positions: http://grnh.se/q10oic1

* Full-Stack Developer ( http://grnh.se/7uefhc1 ): JavaScript, React, NPM, gulp.js, Browserify, Ember.js

* Operations Engineer ( http://grnh.se/qhb87n1 ): AWS, Chef, Consul, Packer, Linux

* Test Automation Engineer ( http://grnh.se/x2qnmu1 ): Java, Python, Selenium, bash, Git

* Product Manager ( http://grnh.se/6dwrfx1 )

Disclaimer: URLs include referral IDs for a referral bonus, you are welcome to strip the ID out if you prefer.

monicabreton 11 hours ago 0 replies      
Wealthfront | Redwood City, CA | Engineering Managers and Engineers | Onsite | Visa

Our mission is pretty simple; we believe that everyone deserves sophisticated financial advice. We are focused on taking services typically reserved for the ultra-wealthy, automating them and delivering them directly to the investors at an incredibly low cost. We have clients in all 50 states who trust us with $5 billion in assets and growing. With our clients' trust, we believe we can and will change this industry.

We are hiring across the board, but are specifically looking for Engineering Managers, Sr. Backend Engineers and Sr. Data Engineers with Java experience.

Feel free to check out the job descriptions and apply here: http://grnh.se/6regmv1 (please mention HN in application).

incrementalist 1 day ago 1 reply      
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 joe at citymapper dot com

Some keywords: Python, Go, golang, C++, Web, React, iOS, Android, data science, site reliability(SRE), DevOps, AWS, EC2.

salim_211 15 hours ago 0 replies      
Deliveroo | Software Engineer (Backend) Mid or Senior Level | London | Visa Sponsorship | http://deliveroo.engineering

Deliveroo, one of Europe's fastest growing startups, are looking for Software Engineers to join us full time in our London office. Our tech stack is Ruby-on-Rails and React, although we're happy to look at candidates from all over.

We're revolutionising the food industry and making poor quality takeaways a thing of the past, allowing you to enjoy restaurant quality meals at home, in the office, or wherever you'd like to enjoy good food!

We're a startup, we work collaboratively and in feature driven product teams. We do our best to make sure our environment suits the people in it, so flexible working, occasional remote work, childcare vouchers, subsidised gym membership are just a few of the things we have in place to make sure working here is convenient for all.

Link to vacancy - https://deliveroo.workable.com/jobs/29743

Engineering Blog - http://deliveroo.engineering

Interview Process: 15 minute phone screen (not in the least bit technical), a task is then sent out for you to kick off in your own time whilst we schedule an onsite. You'll talk us through your method and do some pairing (2 hours) and then on the same day have a chat with a senior member of the team (30 minutes) to find out if we work in a way that's suitable for you.

jonrkarr 1 day 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 | $60-70k

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)

thinkmorebetter 10 hours ago 0 replies      
PeerStreet | Ruby Engineers | Los Angeles, CA | Full-time, https://www.peerstreet.com

PeerStreet is a well-funded fintech startup in Los Angeles and we are looking for mid-senior level full stack engineers to help us build the future of real estate finance. We're an agile team of 10 engineers that take pride in software craftsmanship and our ability to quickly deliver value to our users. Our current stack is primarily Ruby/Rails, Vue.js, Postgres and Redis.

To learn more about the role, please use our careers page: https://info.peerstreet.com/careers/

danjwilson 15 hours ago 0 replies      
Unmade - https://www.unmade.com | London, UK | Full-time, ONSITE

Unmade is building a vertically-integrated customisation platform for the fashion industry. Weve created the software to create unique manufacturing as a scaleable service. This allows customers to get involved in the design process, see a photo-realistic preview of their garment, and have it knitted on our industrial knitting machines.

We're now partnering with bigger brands to take these tools to a global scale and are working to integrate our technology in a range of big-brand websites and factories throughout the world.

All of our backend code is written in Python, from our Django-based websites, through to our knitting machine compilers.

We practice continuous deployment, using Docker on AWS.

We're looking for a Senior Python developer to help us out across our full product range. Prior knowledge of knitting is not required!

Background about the business:

New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/01/fashion/fashion-knitwear-...

Knitting Industry: http://www.knittingindustry.com/unmade-studio-its-knitwear-m...

Email dan@unmade.com with a CV and GitHub profile if you're interested!

jsebree 1 day ago 0 replies      
Tenable | Vulnerability Research Engineer | Columbia, MD | REMOTE, http://app.jobvite.com/m?3RC1riwI

The team I work on at Tenable is currently looking to hire another Vulnerability Research Engineer (http://app.jobvite.com/m?3RC1riwI) to join the Nessus Research team. Primary responsibilities include researching recently published vulnerabilities and then writing plugins for the Nessus vulnerability scanner.

This is a remote position and does not require relocation. The job description linked is a decent summary of what the position entails, but if you have any questions, I'd be more than happy to answer them as best I can (jsebree@tenable.com).

The interview process for this includes contact with a recruiter, a short skills assessment (via hackerrank), and interviews with those you'll work with on a daily basis. Travel is not required for interviews.

If this position is not of interest, there are many other openings to be considered as well (dev/research and otherwise): http://app.jobvite.com/m?3OV2riwZ

Disclaimer: Both of the above links are referral links

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

Y Combinator has a very big vision. This recent article talks about our plans to build a 21st century university: http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2016/10/10/sam-altmans-man...

Here's a secret most people don't know: software is at the core of our plans for how to do this.

We're looking for a couple of great hackers to join a small team in San Francisco. 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, from our dinner talks to demo day.

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

jergason 1 day ago 1 reply      
Yours.co | Lead Software Developer | ONSITE Utah http://yours.co

Yours.co is looking for a software developer to build and lead a small team of two or three other developers in building their platform for offline backup of cloud storage.

You will be the head of software development at Yours.co and one of the first full-time software hires. Youll have the opportunity to build a team, establish a process, pick a tech stack, and help settle the age old question of whether to use tabs, spaces, or extra semi colons to indent lines. This is a chance to create the culture you want and grow as a developer and person.

Because the team is relatively small, this role will involve lots of coding with some management sprinkled on top. Your main job is to build great software through your own efforts and the efforts of your team.

We are not looking for a rock star ninja unicorn sorceress code-crushing 100x developer-god. Real human beings only please.

This is an on-site position in American Fork, UT.

See more info and apply at https://yoursco.workable.com/jobs/431152.

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

sshumaker 1 day ago 1 reply      
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 70 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

tkmcc 1 day ago 0 replies      
Curalate | Full Stack Developer, Backend Developer, Front End Developer, Product Designer, Client Support Engineer | Seattle, NYC, Philadelphia | 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).

sr_banksy 1 day ago 0 replies      
Clarke.ai | Software Engineer | New York, NY | Onsite

Clarke.ai's (Techstars '17) goal is to be everyones assistant at work by outlining conversations and carrying out various tasks discussed within them.

As a software engineer at Clarke.ai, you'll be essential in building and scaling the products, services and APIs that help us achieve this vision. You could be working on our customer facing interface, internal systems, help spec and design new products and features, or improve our core abilities. Most of our systems are written in Python. You would be an early hire working closely with the founders, with opportunities to grow and shape the company. As a small team, we are conscious of encouraging a productive and rewarding culture of inclusivity, diversity and fun!

What we're looking for:

* Product focused engineer with a solid grasp of core fundamentals

* Experience with Python, AWS, & Docker

* Someone who is comfortable with wearing many hats without sacrificing quality

* A background in engineering or another related field and a strong track record of building interesting projects

* Comfortable with basic HTML / CSS / JS

* Experience writing test-driven software for a startup or large tech company is a plus

$60K $90K | 0.0% 3.0%

Drop us an email at jobs@clarke.ai

kepano 1 day ago 0 replies      
Lumi (YC W15) | https://www.lumi.com | Los Angeles, CA | Full-Stack Engineer | REMOTE OK | FulltimeLumi 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

mbrundle 15 hours ago 0 replies      
Printastic | Junior Data Scientist | London, UK | Python | ONSITE | Full Time | rehan@getprintastic.com

Printastic is a mobile app for building attractive photo books from a user's photo collection with minimal effort (www.getprintastic.com). We're looking for a junior data scientist to collaborate closely with the core team on building several machine learning / computer vision based projects. You'll need a technical graduate degree (or strong undergraduate degree), demonstrable experience with Python and machine learning, a keen interest in learning the latest developments in ML/CV and an ability to learn new skills quickly (e.g. Swift, TensorFlow). The role would be ideal for someone who is looking to gain industry data science experience.

Interview process is an initial phone screen, a 2hr onsite interview (which involves discussing your previous projects and a recent journal article), and a final phone call with one of our technical advisors.

We're based in Farringdon. If you're interested, please send a CV + covering letter to rehan@getprintastic.com.

ivyirwin 1 day ago 0 replies      
Luna Moons | Front-end Developer | Austin, TX | ONSITE

Luna Moons (lunamoons.com) is a travel technology startup founded and headquartered in Austin, Texas. We believe that technology can be a transformative force connecting people in new ways and empowering everyone with tools that have otherwise been inaccessible or required speciality knowledge. Our application combines our understanding of the way people plan their vacations and simplifies the technical complexity typically required to manage and book a detailed itinerary.

Were making our first hires. Were looking for a mid-level, front-end developer with a fullstack mindset to work on our core technology a collaborative travel itinerary builder. We use a wide range of technology in the web application. The primary stack for this position will be React, Less, Node, and Socket.io though you will be exposed to many other technologies. As an early employee you will have a huge impact on the product.

Required Soft Skills:Self-directed and hard worker; Strong written and verbal communication; Interested in learning new things; Strong in programming fundamentals

Required Programming Skills:Minimum of 2 years working with a front-end javascript framework; Proficient in react/redux; Comfortable working with APIs; Mastery of HTML; Knowledge of Linux environments

Nice to Haves:Knowledge of a back-end technology (Python, PHP, etc); Degree in computer science or related field; Passion for travel

Our interview process includes an initial phone screen followed by an in-person interview with the two co-founders. Interested applicants please email irwin@lunamoons.com and include Hacker News Front-end Developer in the subject line.

mbthomas 1 day ago 0 replies      
Blink Health | New York (Manhattan/Soho) | Full Time | Onsite | $100K-200K + equity | https://www.blinkhealth.com

We offer $10k for each successful referral as well. Just send a resume to my inbox and then follow-up with an intro e-mail.

Blink Health has quietly raised one of the largest funding rounds in NYC in 2016. Our goal is to provide Americans unprecedented access to the lowest available prices for pharmaceuticals. We're building the connective tissue across all players in the pharma space and creating the technical and data infrastructure across payers, providers, patients and pharma.

Having recently grown our engineering team to nearly 30, now we're looking for:

- Tech Leads to lead up a new team focusing on some of the most exciting new initiaves we are building

- Backend, frontend, and fullstack engineers -- we use Python, Flask, Javascript, and ReactJS

Let me know if you'd be interested- or know someone who might be.

Thanks. Michael Thomas, CTO

jives 1 day ago 1 reply      
EMEX | Houston TX, Portland OR | Senior Software Engineer (Ruby) | Full-time, onsite, remote | www.emexllc.com

EMEX is a rapidly growing online energy broker. We have an innovative reverse auction platform that lets customers buy cheaper electricity and natural gas without the hassle. Our proprietary broker management system powers our internal operations and that of many of our partners.

I am looking for a full-time senior software engineer to join our small team. You'll primarily work on our extensive backend platform, and will also improve our frontend auction experience.

Ideal candidate will be near Houston or Portland, but I'm open to remote (in US only) for the right person.


 - Ruby, Rails - MySQL, Redis & ElasticSearch - React and Redux - RSpec, Capybara and Continuous Integration
What we're looking for:

 - Strong OO design and development skills - Expertise in Ruby and RoR - Curiosity and desire to learn - Excellent communication skills - A focus on delivering value - The ability to see projects through to completion
If you'd like to learn more or apply, email me at: ives.j [at] emexllc.com

Hotjar_Rec 12 hours ago 0 replies      
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. We have several positions open.

Hotjar | DevOps Engineer (North America) | RemoteHotjar | Big Data DevOps Engineer (Europe) | RemoteHotjar | Front-end Developer (Europe) | RemoteHotjar | Full Stack Developer (Europe) | RemoteHotjar | Python Developer (Europe) | RemoteHotjar | Product Manager (Europe) | RemoteHotjar | Product Designer (Europe) | RemoteHotjar | User Interface Designer (Europe) | RemoteHotjar | Hotjar Hero Engineer (Europe) | Remote

Information about all roles can be found on our careers page: http://careers.hotjar.com/

mglidden11 1 day ago 0 replies      
Tulip | https://tulip.co/careers | Boston, MA | Full time, interns | Onsite

Do you want to help realize the next industrial revolution?

Tulip is transforming manufacturing processes by bringing the latest technological advances from the lab to the shop floor. We have multiple Fortune 500 customers and are already enabling production lines building the things you interact with everyday.

Whereas most factories are still using state of the art technology from the mid 19th century, we come from the future to bring them a rich, realtime web app, modern tablets, IoT systems, in-depth analytics, and more. Our products are already (measurably!) helping our customers, so we're rapidly expanding our number of customers and size of deployments.

Were looking for people to join our core team who are excited about working across our software stack: web development with Meteor+React+Redux, IoT/embedded software, computer vision, data engineering, technical operations / DevOps, web-based UI design, and anything else we need to make the best product possible. Apply at https://tulip.co/careers or email us at jobs@tulip.co.

_iago 17 hours ago 0 replies      
FundApps | Software Engineer (Senior) | London | Full-time, Onsite | https://www.fundapps.co

=== Who we are

FundApps is an award-winning Fintech startup helping investment managers comply with worldwide regulation. We're a small team of smart, friendly people (https://www.fundapps.co/about-us/meet-the-team) who collaborate closely and take pride in delivering amazing software and providing outstanding customer support.

We know that diverse teams are strong teams and we welcome applications from everyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual identity, faith or disability to join our team of superstars.

=== Roles

Software Engineer | We are looking for motivated, intelligent coders to join our close-knit engineering team (see stack below) to work on anything from new features to greenfield products. We deploy every day with one click and pride ourselves in getting our engineers up and running fast expect to deploy to clients in your first week! Hiring process: coffee or call, followed by on-site interview with pair programming exercise | Apply here: https://fundapps.workable.com/jobs/64778

=== Stack + Tooling + Methods

C#, F#, ASP.NET MVC, Golang, React, Redux, Webpack, AWS, Lambda, Terraform, Packer, Atlas, Consul, HAProxy, Sumologic, Sentry, TeamCity, GitHub, CI/CD, TDD, Kanban.

buffalogridLuke 9 hours ago 0 replies      
BuffaloGrid | Full Stack Developer, DevOps | Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore India, London UK, Anywhere | REMOTE

www.buffalogrid.com is the mobile power and internet service for the off-grid world. We use solar energy, innovative technology and a cashless payment system to provide our service where its needed most. We want to help people get connected and stay connected.

Are you a Mid/Senior Full Stack Developer or DevOps Specialist, willing to work remote, and looking for a technology challenge that delivers real impact in the world? We need you to be one of the first full-time technology hires!

Were Serverless on AWS and Azure. Were playing with golang and angular2, in production with node, docker, various virtualization technologies, have CI, release to production multiple times per day, and are so into automation that we have build builds. We track in bitbucket, Trello, Hangouts/Skype, Teamviewer, Google Apps and regular catch-ups. Were very full stack going all the way to hardware, and specialized T-shaped generalists.

Were a company of 10, seed funded, growing fast, and distributed across the world - from London to rural Uttar Pradesh - so were keenly focussed clear communication.

Process: Intro by email -> screen by your github or remote trivial FizzBuzz, your setup -> interviews inc pair coding -> discuss role -> hired!

Want to help provide connectivity for millions of people?Email us at jobs at our domain name mentioning HN for more info.

phelm 16 hours ago 0 replies      
Pimloc | Deep Learning Researcher, Full Stack Developer | London, UK | www.pimloc.com

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 www.pimloc.com/jobs or email jobs@pimloc.com for a chat.

mcgoverncadre 1 day ago 0 replies      
Cadre | New York (NYC/SOHO), NY | Full-time | Site Reliability Engineer/Dev Ops | 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.

Site Reliability Engineer: https://cadre.com/careers?gh_jid=460998Full Stack Engineer: https://cadre.com/careers?gh_jid=554376 Senior Full Stack Engineer: https://cadre.com/careers?gh_jid=75123 Software Engineer in Test: https://cadre.com/careers?gh_jid=155526

nmec 15 hours ago 0 replies      
JustPark | Full Stack Developer | London | Full-Time, Onsite

Were looking for a Full Stack Developer to join the JustPark team and help us take our product to the next level.

As a Full Stack Developer youll need diverse set of skills, ranging from frontend development, building RESTful APIs to debugging iptables. There are lots of interesting engineering problems to solve, such as calculating the availability across hundreds of listings with thousands of bookings within milliseconds to serve our search results. Querying multiple geospatial data sources for the best parking space for drivers. Orchestrating containers to provide zero-downtime for our web booking platforms as well as our VoIP booking platform.

JustPark is one of London's most exciting and fast-growing startups - with a record-breaking 3.7m equity crowdfunding round under its belt, on top of investment from BMW and Index Ventures. In 2015 alone, JustPark were featured in WIREDs top 10 hottest startups, crowned winners of Richard Branson's 'Pitch to Rich', and nominated for the Growing Business Awards UK Employer of the Year.

As a Full Stack Developer at JustPark your responsibilities will include:

Scaling our platform to accommodate a rapidly growing user base. Developing APIs to support our mobile, web and hardware platforms. Working with our data scientists to provision big data systems. Managing our container based infrastructure. Extending our DevOps toolchain to enable quicker and more stable deployments. Configuring and maintaining our parking hardware deployed in the field. Realising your inner entrepreneur to deliver features that drive user acquisition and retention!

Apply & more info: https://justpark.workable.com/jobs/440749

data-wrangler 1 day ago 0 replies      
Comcast | Sr Developer | Philadelphia PA | Full Time Onsite $110K+

Like what Amazon is doing with their AWS toolset? (current S3 troubles notwithstanding) Think you can do better? Want to get in on the ground floor of that effort?

If you can get over the fact that were not a very popular topic at dinner parties then we can make it worth your while and challenge your ability to channel and organize data streams for ourselves and our partners.

Comcast is -very- motivated when it comes to putting together tools and environments that leverage the literal crap-ton of data (yes, thats an official SI unit) that arrives on our doorstep every second. Were not stuck on must-have tools, languages, or mindsets since we know that the most effective ones will eventually show themselves regardless. The same applies to the likes of yourself. Were less interested in languages you code in, if youre competent then youll be adaptable regardless.

Now, that said, our current toolsets include: Spark, Terraform, Ansible, Genie, Docker, Kubernetes, Kafka, Java, Scala, and a few others.

Tell us what drives you, what youre passionate about.

Ping me at: br24 at comcast dot net I can tell you anything you need to know.

Torn 1 day ago 1 reply      
Skyscanner | full-time senior hires | London, Barcelona, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Budapest, Sofia | ONSITE, VISA http://www.skyscanner.net/jobs/

We're one of the biggest travel search products in the world. Recently acquired by CTrip, China's biggest travel services provider, we have a unique position in the market and are continuing our incredible growth as a tech company.

Hiring at an experienced level in lots of disciplines: backend with microservices & distributed systems, big data & data science, full stack (modern frontend + api skills - particularly Node or Python), designers, product, iOS & Android. We're growing in all of our European offices; London and Barcelona in particular.

We want to hire people looking for large-scale challenges and building new products. In short, if you've got good industry experience, know what best practices look like, and have the drive to improve product and people around you, we're interested.

Our current focuses are around high-frequency travellers, data-driven personalization and recommendation, as well as developer enablement and tooling. What should the future look like -- how do we best use our data, our scale and new technologies to our advantage as we grow? Come help us find out.

Please ping me an email at alex.treppass@skyscanner.net for a referral. Happy to answer questions or pass you to someone who can. CV in pdf or word doc format would be ideal.

On a personal note, I see a lot of freedom, responsibility, accountability here. Engineers have room to make decisions, move fast, and the encouragement to make things better. It's exciting.

willemwijnans 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:

Senior Front-End Developer - http://jobs.poki.com/senior-front-end-developer

Senior Back-end Developer / DevOps Engineer - http://jobs.poki.com/back-end-devops-developer

Product Manager - http://jobs.poki.com/product-manager-web-platform/en

Product Designer - http://jobs.poki.com/senior-product-designer/en

# Stack: Go, Node, React, Redux, Kubernetes, Docker, Microservices, Prometheus, Google Cloud Platform.

We believe in giving smart and creative people the freedom and autonomy to do great work.

Apply: http://jobs.poki.com

Engineering Culture: http://blog.poki.com

parsabg 1 day ago 0 replies      
AYLIEN | DevOps Engineer | Dublin, Ireland | VISA, ONSITE https://aylien.com

AYLIEN is looking for a DevOps Engineer to join the Text Analysis and Deep Learning startup in Dublin, Ireland.

Your responsibilities:

- Service provisioning, automation, monitoring and uptime.

- Tooling and infrastructure related to product deployment, including current and new products and features.

- Participating in product decisions to ensure theyre in line with scalability and performance requirements.

- Knowledge sharing with the team.

You must be able to:

- Contribute to our products

- Administer Linux machines

- Administer Database Management Systems

- Administer full-text search clusters (ElasticSearch or Apache Solr)

You must be familiar with:

- Containers (Docker)

- Networking and TCP/IP

- Cloud platforms

- Bash shell scripting AND (Python OR Ruby)

- Virtualization technologies (KVM)

- Deployment Management tools (Capistrano, Chef, Ansible and Puppet)

- Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment

- Monitoring/alerting solutions (Riemann, Prometheus, Monit)

Interested? Let's talk: jobs@aylien.com

boyd 1 day ago 0 replies      
One Codex (YC S14) | San Francisco (SoMa) | Full-time (ONSITE) | https://www.onecodex.com

One Codex is a platform for microbial genomics. We are a technical, experienced (and profitable!) team working on meaningful problems that range from infectious disease diagnostics to outbreak epidemiology to improving our understanding of the microbiome. We work with top researchers, medical institutions, and biotechs, and have processed samples from all seven continents (and space!).

We're currently looking for generalist engineers across multiple positions, including both those who are backend- and frontend-leaning. Our stack includes Python, Rust, and ES6 Javascript, and we write everything from D3 visualizations to low-level bioinformatics algorithms.

Challenges include: (1) developing novel algorithms for analyzing complex microbial communities; (2) working with terabytes of genomic data; (3) building scientifically reproducible analyses suitable for both research and the clinic; and (4) supporting scientists and developers building on our platform with extensible APIs.

We are based in San Francisco, and offer a competitive salary, meaningful above-market equity, and the chance to be an early employee in a well-positioned startup. Benefits include full medical, dental, and vision coverage, a flexible vacation policy and relocation assistance if moving to the Bay Area. We're also willing to sponsor a visa for the right candidate.

Please feel free to send me a note directly at nick@onecodex.com or see our job posting: https://angel.co/one-codex/jobs/217425-software-engineer

QuelqueChose 1 day ago 0 replies      
Partoo | Back-end developer | Paris | ONSITE, http://www.partoo.fr/

Help our clients maintain an awesome online presence in an exciting startup environment. Were looking to hire talented developers to help us build and design new products on both our front and back.

Partoo helps our customers taking advantage of the best qualities of spreading their info and products online. Imagine openness, collaboration, good coding practices, workflow automation all made possible thanks to your contributions. In Partoo, you would play a crucial role in our companys success. Your contributions to our state-of-the-art solution will make or break our goal to bring happiness to the lives of business owners from small to big companies (Carrefour, Auchan, Effia, and so on...).

All of this while working out of an incubator (ppinire) in the heart of Paris. Intrigued? Search us on angel.co for more details or reach out to co-founder and CTO benoit at partoo.fr to say hello.

Some of our stack: Python (Pyramid), JavaScript (React, jQuery), MongoDB, Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Bonus points if you can come play football with us every week.

czcar 11 hours ago 0 replies      
TradeGecko | Mid-Senior Software Engineer, Developer | Singapore / Toronto | Full-Time, ONSITE

TradeGecko is building the platform that helps power commerce brands. We're HQ'd in tropical Singapore with offices in Manila, PH and Toronto, CA. TradeGecko is an online inventory and order management platform for SMB merchants in over 100 countries.

We're a growing team of over 80 people, our stack is currently Ruby/Rails, JavaScript, Ember.js, Postgres, Redis.

Full job description with application details: https://tradegecko.workable.com/jobs/383966

kairisu 1 day ago 0 replies      
Autolist | Software Engineer | San Francisco, CA | https://www.autolist.com

We're profitable and taking on a huge industry. Our products have millions of users, we move fast, and we take pride in the product and code we put out. We have an incredibly exciting and demanding roadmap ahead but we need your help in getting it done.

Autolist is a fast-growing startup that is building the first mobile optimized, end-to-end automotive marketplace. With the top rated automotive search apps in the Google Play and iOS App Stores, were becoming the most popular way for consumers to research, find, and buy their next vehicle.

Our engineering team is 6 strong and growing fast. We're polyglot, full-stack, and move quickly as our platform scales and our product suite expands. Our tech stacks are modern and cloud-native.

I'm the CTO and one of the engineers. Feel free to reach out for a chat directly (chris at autolist dot com)or apply here: https://angel.co/autolist-1/jobs

jtmarmon 1 day ago 0 replies      
Common Living | Senior Software Engineer | NYC | www.common.com

The company:

Common partners with real estate owners and developers throughout the US to create community-minded homes. By doing this, were addressing the fundamental supply and demand issues that underlie housing in major cities today. We currently have 6 homes in NYC, 2 in SF, and 1 in D.C. So when we say we move fast, we actually mean it. Common is currently about 40 employees.

The role:

We're looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join the team. Real estate is a complex and highly regulated domain, and our community-based model adds more complexity to the mix. Automating this complexity through software is the Digital Product Team's core focus right now, and it's a real challenge. We use Domain Driven Design, and are looking for someone with experience building software around complex domains (specific DDD experience would be great too!). We use Rails.

Apply here: https://jobs.lever.co/common/27ad79a7-f2e2-4174-8dbb-96b6527... . My personal email is jason@common.com

bowenli 1 day ago 0 replies      
Weaveworks | Senior Backend Developer | San Francisco, London, Berlin, Madrid | ONSITE, Full-time, https://www.weave.works

* Senior backend dev: develop microservices (primarily in Go) and container tools

* Developer experience/evangelist: spread the word in meetups/conferences, develop integrations for our tools

* https://www.weave.works/weave-company/hiring/

Come help us build OSS tools that other developers use to tame their containerized applications. Projects like Weave Scope observe containers/pods/services and their interactions to provide visibility and insights. Developers can quickly see the state of the resulting systems and validate their assumptions.

We offer family-friendly hours (some of us have kids, too) and encourage a good work-life balance. Feel free to work from home on certain weekdays, or combine work and travel for a month. It's no big deal if you're not a Go expert, we trust that you can learn on the job. Also, all our tools are open source: https://github.com/weaveworks Browse our PRs to see how we work as a team!

The hiring process: Checking your CV/GH/SO (if not enough signal: small coding challenge), 45 mins hangout, afternoon take-home coding/design challenge, in person interview with future colleagues

If youre interested please drop us a line with your desired location at jobs (at) weave.works

Note: Weaveworks is not set up to sponsor visas at this point.

mattzito 1 day ago 3 replies      
Squarespace | Developers, Product Managers, SRE, Backend | NYC | Full-time, no remote unfortunately

Squarespace helps people and businesses create beautiful online presences and build their brands. Our website builder and hosting platform allows anyone to create a website that looks professional for their startup, personal projects, or any small business.

We've been growing like crazy the last few years, and are expanding in basically every area, particularly in engineering. We have great benefits, cool people, a beautiful working space, and have been ranked as one of the top places to work in New York by multiple sources. If you're interested in learning more about our engineering culture, you can check out our engineering blog:


And our careers page for a more specific list of the roles we're hiring for:


Feel free to email me directly at mzito@ if you have questions.

EDIT: I'm confused by the downvotes

mikeverbeck 1 day ago 0 replies      
Tenable Network Security | Senior Full Stack Web Developer | Columbia, MD | Onsite or Remote | Full Time | https://www.tenable.com/

We are looking for a full stack web developer who loves building impressive web applications. Quality, best practices and "wow factor" are very important to you. User experience is paramount. You have the ability to identify UX pain points and resolve them without direction. You like to stay current with technology and are a self starter.The team is small so we have high ownership of our software. We are responsible for the full software development cycle, starting at design and ending with deployment. It has always been important to us to stay current with the latest technology and use as needed.Tech Stack: Ruby on Rails, Node, PHP, AWS, React, Docker, MySql, Postgres


mkohlmyr 1 day ago 0 replies      
SnapEngage | Senior Front-End Software Developer | Berlin, Germany | ONSITE, VISA https://snapengage.com

SnapEngage is one of the leading live chat solutions for support and sales teams, with offices in Boulder, Colorado and Berlin, Germany. We are looking for a Senior Front End Developer with experience building large scale web applications with either AngularJS or React and Redux.

Our Berlin office has a multi-national and multi-lingual team and the company offers perks like the ability to work from home 2 days per week, weekly German classes at the office and an annual team building trip which is in Portual this year.

Our ideal candidate has at least five years of professional experience as a JavaScript developer and has previously held a team-lead or senior position on a large development project. Experience with D3, Java, GAE or other programming languages is also a plus. The interview process is pretty straight-forward, culminating in an on-site interview here in Berlin which is essentially a show-and-tell for a small programming task and a chance for everyone in the office to meet you.

For more information, you can visit our website


Alternatively (or if you have any questions), feel free to contact me at mikael[dot]kohlmyr[at]snapengage.com and I'll be happy to help you get the application process started.

EmmEmmTeee 16 hours ago 0 replies      
Thread.com (YC S12) | Software Engineer & Designer | London, UK | Full-time | Onsite

Our mission is to help people to feel happier and more self-confident by making it easy to dress well. We do this using a combination of human stylists and powerful machine learning algorithms to recommend each guy the perfect things just for themin their size, budget, and stylewhich they can then buy in one place.

We're backed by a collection of the top investors from London and Silicon Valley as well as Y Combinator. After launching 4 years ago we're already doing $1M+ in monthly sales with over 500,000 men using the service in the UK.

We're looking for another talented, entrepreneurial software engineer to join us. Today we're a team of 6 full stack engineers with lots of startup experience (the founders have started and sold 2 companies before), and we're proud of the effort we've put into building and maintaining a strong engineering culture since the very first days of Thread. You'll be one of the first technical hires, getting to build and own huge parts of the product, and help us continue to shape our culture. (More on our engineering team here: https://www.thread.com/engineering)

We're also looking for our second designer. You should want to work across the full stack of design: from our branding and aesthetic, to all core flows and features, to designing the physical packaging and unboxing experience. You'll get to work closely with our founders and PM every day on shaping ideas and product vision, creating designs and building prototypes.

To learn more about these roles, check out https://www.thread.com/jobs.

gangstertim1 1 day ago 1 reply      
Squarespace | Engineers, PMs, Recruiter, Designers | NYC, NY | ONSITE only | Apply at: http://grnh.se/dn27gt1

Squarespace is hiring pretty much everyone: -PMs (mid-level to senior, 5+ years exp) -Engineers (Mobile, web, infrastructure, SRE, data..., generally 2+ years exp), -Designers (Web & Product) -Recruiters -Data Scientist -Technical Writer -& more!

You should work here because it's a great place to work... srsly! One of the most beautiful tech offices in the world (Interior Design magazine), a killer spot in West Village, catered lunch & fully covered health insurance, 401k match, and most importantly a great community of people who love design and are passionate about great products at a company that is growing quickly. Come build the tools that build the beautiful web with us!

Feel free to reach out to me directly if you have questions (I'm a PM here, former FE Engineer) or just want to chat.

Apply at http://grnh.se/dn27gt1

nsamuell 1 day ago 0 replies      
Pathgather - http://pathgather.com - ONSITE - New York, NY (NYC)

Pathgather is a fully-funded enterprise learning startup (Techstars '14) focused on helping employees at Fortune 500 companies advance their careers by learning new skills. Our platform is used by some of the largest companies in the world (HP, Visa, Qualcomm, etc.) to aggregate learning content from both public providers (e.g. Udacity, Pluralsight) and private catalogs (internal learning systems), empower their employees to share what they're learning (e.g. articles from HN), and track employee progress towards career goals. We've got real revenue, real customers, and a real opportunity to make learning better for employees everywhere.

We're looking for a Backend Engineer to join the engineering team. We've built out a GraphQL API that our frontend team consumes, which means our backend engineers get to focus on much more interesting problems than fetching data for views. We leverage our PostgreSQL schema heavily to enforce our business logic via DB constraints, trigger functions, and all kinds of fun things... When you aren't designing database models, you'll be writing integrations with a variety of external services, working on our machine learning models, and - of course - LEARNING.

If you share our particular love for Postgres, Ruby, GraphQL, data, and learning, contact me (neville@pathgather.com, CTO) or apply to our careers link below!

BACKEND ENGINEER (Ruby/Postgres/GraphQL), $100-130k, https://jobs.lever.co/pathgather/e700098b-b552-4b10-a5a5-e0e...

studocu 1 day ago 0 replies      
StuDocu | Javascript Developer | Amsterdam | VISA https://www.studocu.com

StuDocu (known as StudeerSnel.nl in The Netherlands) is an online platform where students can share study-related content and get in touch with fellow students. Currently we have well over 1.250.000 users and 3 million monthly pageviews, growing at a rate of about 10% a month. Weve quickly grown in The Netherlands over the past few years and the time has come to spread our wings and take the rest of the world by storm. We aim to play a big part in the liberalization of the worldwide education system. With rising tuition fees and income inequality, we feel there is a need for an online education platform where students all over the world share their knowledge for free.

We are looking for a talented addition to our team who is a wizard with JavaScript and has ample experience with modern JS frameworks. You will be working with our designers and back end developers to create responsive pages which provide our users with the best possible experience. Your hunger for technology is only matched by your motivation to solve difficult problems fast, efficient and with a keen eye for design.Our team is still small which will put you right at the core of our developer team. Joining us now gives you the opportunity to be one of our team leaders in the future.

In our Amsterdam office you will find the informal atmosphere you would expect from a start-up company. Were based in a nice and bright office in the heart of Amsterdam with a large garden, right besides the canals. Every day we all have lunch together and once a week well crack open a few beers, bring out our table- tennis and football! And let's not forget about the occasional pubquizzes, board game nights and bbq cook-offs!

ewmy 1 day ago 0 replies      
Pusher | Software Engineers & Sales Engineers | London | https://pusher.com/

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 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, with travel and accommodation expenses paid.

We are currently hiring Software Engineers to work on our platform, and Sales Engineers to work with our Sales team.

More information at https://pusher.com/jobs.

mirashii 1 day ago 1 reply      
Spire Global | Senior Software Engineer | SF, Boulder, Glasgow, Singapore | Full-time | On-site

Spire is a satellite-powered data company building out the full pipeline from custom spacecraft to data and analytics products. You can read a little more at http://spire.com or in the news.

I'm looking for experienced software engineers with systems experience to lead teams and architect existing and new systems. Our stack is primarily Python, Linux, and C, but we have plenty of variety, and care less about a language or framework and more about building systems that last.If you want to learn a little more, e-mail me (Robert) at rdeaton@spire.com with questions.We have a variety of other roles as well, including Electrical, FPGA and DSP engineers, DevOps, Satellite Operators, Business Development and Sales, which I'm happy to answer questions about or refer you to the right person. https://spire.com/careers/openings/ .

ckridler 14 hours 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 21 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

sankethkatta 1 day ago 0 replies      
Smartcar API | Frontend, Backend, Business Development | 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.

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.

AlaskaCasey 1 day ago 0 replies      
Serverless (serverless.com) | San Francisco & Remote | Full-time

Serverless is a fast-growing startup in San Francisco, California. Our vision is to simplify software by expressing it as merely functions and events, while abstracting away infrastructure and its maintenance.

We are currently hiring for:

Infrastructure Engineer (San Francisco) https://goo.gl/ZEL5S6

Infrastructure Engineer (Remote) https://goo.gl/vrpdYO

Product Manager (San Francisco) https://goo.gl/jjggwW

Check out all of our jobs listed at https://jobs.lever.co/serverless

beermann 1 day ago 0 replies      
Pacifica Labs Inc. | Lead Front-end Developer | Madison, WI or San Diego, CA or San Francisco, CA | REMOTE or ONSITE

Pacifica is the fastest growing stress, anxiety and depression management application in the world with over 1.25 million registered users. We are looking for a self-driven individual to take over development of our mobile and web applications as we grow and expand our team. Experience with angular and corresponding web technologies is a must, and experience with hybrid mobile applications (Ionic/Cordova) is highly desirable. Ideally, you're also fluent in CSS, including CSS3 animations, and know all of the tools of the trade - node, bower, grunt, gulp, etc.


kfox2010 21 hours ago 0 replies      
YCharts | Full Stack Developer, Senior Software Engineer | New York,NY (NYC) | ONSITE | Permanent, http://www.ycharts.com/

YCharts is a VC-funded tech startup that offers the fastest and most efficient way to explore and analyze financial data. We are building an ever-expanding financial and economic data set - as well as the tools to access and interpret that data - to help investors and business people make better decisions, save time and earn more from their investments.

We're looking for talented engineers to help build the world's most modern, web-based equity research platform. Our ideal candidate has a well-rounded background, with experience building both front-end interactive features and back-end systems. Our service is currently built on Python/Django/Celery, Angular.js, MySQL, Redis, Node.js, Amazon AWS amongst other technologies. An engineer at YCharts has the opportunity to work on all parts of the stack; it wouldn't be uncommon to write Python for our api in the morning and YAML for Ansible for our AWS deployment in the afternoon!

Hiring process includes: phone interview, coding challenge, onsite interview. You can reach me with any questions at: kfox@ycharts.com

See job descriptions here: https://ycharts.com/about/careers/job_20141103222923_C9IB1JH...

the_mirror 1 day ago 0 replies      
Stealth Fitness Startup | NYC | ONSITE or REMOTE

About Us:

Our company is a stealth fitness technology concept being launched by an established leader in the NYC boutique fitness space with a team of experienced hardware and software engineers. Were building a hybrid hardware/software product to bring high-quality, personalized fitness content into peoples homes across the country. Our team includes experienced IOT engineers and developers, as well as top tier seed investors and advisors, with extensive background in launching premier consumer brands.


To apply send an email to jobs@getthemirror.com with the job title as the subject line. Include a link to your linkedin and/or an attached CV. Feel free to let us know what makes you tick as an engineer or any previous projects you think display your skills.

Stealth Fitness Startup | Android Engineer | NYC | ONSITE (REMOTE under the right circumstances)

We are looking for an Android engineer to work on our custom platform, focused on user interface and interaction with the server. An ideal candidate has worked on consumer facing apps before and has a good awareness of how their decisions will effect customer interaction.

 - BA/BS Computer Science or equivalent experience - Experience building user facing android applications - Experience consuming REST API's from the front end - Knowledge of WebRTC and Streaming Media are a huge plus
Stealth Fitness Startup | Python Engineer | NYC | ONSITE or REMOTE

Design and implement beautiful REST api's and deploy with AWS to deliver on demand content to our users.

 - BA/BS Computer Science or equivalent experience - Thorough understanding of and experience with Python - SQL Skills (we use PostgreSQL) - A healthy habit for writing TESTED code - Front end skills and knowledge of WebRTC API's are a huge plus

mariano54 20 hours ago 0 replies      
Token | Software Engineer | SF | ONSITE https://token.io

Tokens mission is to allow financial institutions, businesses, and people to instantly and securely move money wherever they may be.

To accomplish this, were developing a powerful open banking platform with focus on openness, security and the best possible customer experience. The result is an ecosystem where money and information moves together, instantly, and in an open, global, standard.

Our team comes from top companies like Google, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, Docker, Twitter, and Square, and our CEO, Steve Kirsch, has invented several groundbreaking technologies and has had multiple billion dollar exits.

Token is working with a range of industry players to build the payments ecosystem of the future. Partners include HSBC, Fidor, CGI, Capgemini and VirtusaPolaris. Token has been recognized by leaders in the industry, such as in SWIFT's Innotribe Startup Challenge 2015, GTS Global Innovator Competition 2016 and Plug & Plays Fintech EXPO.

We're looking for mobile, web, backend, security, and full stack engineers. Our technologies include Swift, Node, React, Java, Kubernetes, and AWS.

Job listings: https://jobs.lever.co/token

samjbobb 11 hours ago 0 replies      
Octopart | Backend Web Engineer | 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.

Contact: jobs @ octopart.com

Full position details and info to apply: https://octopart.com/jobs

zinxq 1 day ago 0 replies      
Lending Tree, Inc. | Software Engineer | Charlotte, NC | ONSITE

https://www.lendingtree.comEmail us at: jobs@lendingtree.com

Tech we use: C#, javascript, React, Mongo, SQL Server

Who we are: LendingTree, Inc. empowers consumers with information, tools, advice, products and services for critical transactions and financial decisions in their lives.

Specifically - We're looking for:

Back-end Engineers: You're a crack-shot in your back-end language of choice. Our system matches users with hundreds of possible opportunities in real-time. Needless to say, we're looking for people who care about performance. A lot. Our back-end systems are written in C#, Redis, Mongo, and SQLServer. You might know C# or Java or you might not, but either way you're willing to learn. Regardless, you can impress us in your language of choice. If you're a Senior Engineer - you've worked in server-side code for a few years. You've scaled to thousands or maybe millions of users. If you're a Junior engineer, you love to code and you're good at it. You're smart, you're passionate, and most of all you can't wait to get started. (New grads please apply!)

Front-end Engineers: You know Javascript. You know the ins, the outs and how to make it blazing fast. You care about performance because you know your users are waiting for every line of your code. You've used some popular frameworks, maybe angular or react - but you know one or more cold.

Where we are:

Charlotte, NC: If you're into great weather and a central location (our airport is an American hub) you should check us out. You can pick great urban living (Uptown's 4th ward is the place to be) or get yourself a huge house (at reasonable prices) in the burbs. The standard of living for an engineer doesn't get any better than this.

tyre 1 day ago 0 replies      
Seneca Systems (YC S16) | Redwood City, CA | ONSITEFullstack Engineer, Frontend Engineer, Database Engineer (Postgres), Product Marketing Manager, Infrastructure Engineer (DevOps/Security), Product Designer

Seneca Systems' mission is to empower local government employees to provide outstanding service to their citizens. Our first product, Romulus (romuluscrm.com), is the system of record for citiesjust the first step in building the operating system to run cities.

We're building a passionate, brilliant, and diverse team who are aligned around our mission and care about building a company the right way. We have strong values (http://seneca.systems/values) and are genuinely solving problems that matter.

Checkout http://seneca.systems/careers or send me an email chris@seneca.systems to learn more.

odiroot 1 day ago 0 replies      
Berlin, Germany | KIWI.KI GmbH | Full-time, ONSITE, https://kiwi.ki/en/jobs/

- Site Reliability Engineer

- Backend Engineer

- Embedded Engineer

KIWI.KI's goal is to replace the physical key and to revolutionize key management.Our smart access-as-a-service solution KIWI allows users to unlock doors completelyhands-free with our identity token KIWI Ki or by using our KIWI App.

The development team is an interdisciplinary mix, covering the full range fromhardware and firmware development through systems, web, and mobile.Our highest priority is safeguarding the privacy and security of our users.We believe that its possible to have a connected system without gathering hugeamounts of information on the private lives of our customers.

Tech stack overview: bare-metal C, CoreOS, Kubernetes, PostgreSQL, Redis, Python, Django, Flask.

Apply at: https://kiwi.ki/en/jobs/

fh973 1 day ago 0 replies      
Quobyte | Berlin, Germany | Full-time | Onsite | https://www.quobyte.com/

Quobyte is working on a data center file system, a software storage system built around a parallel file system core that is scalable, fault-tolerant and with high performance for all workloads. Our customers use Quobyte for scientific and commercial HPC clusters, container and OpenStack infrastructures, video and CGI clusters, and as a scalable backend for SaaS products.

If youre into systems, we got it all: kernel, concurrency, network, distributed algorithms, ...

Languages are C++, Java and Python. We do white-board interviews and value passion for coding.

Roles: Senior/Junior Software Engineer, Engineer in Test / QA, Support Engineer, Sales Engineer

Send your CV to: work@quobyte.com

We currently do not sponsor visas, so please only apply if youre based in the EU.

flgr 1 day ago 1 reply      
This one is still open:

Twitch | Sr. Distributed Systems Engineer | Berlin, Germany | Onsite | VISA + Relocation provided | http://www.twitch.tv

If you enjoy building distributed systems (in Go) that have 2.5 million users using them in the same minute, and if you also enjoy data analytics, let us know. We're a small team based out of Berlin. We primarily work on viewbot detection.

This is a pretty senior role and we'd greatly appreciate it if you already have experience building distributed systems, dealing with various failure modes of multiple systems talking to each other, scaling systems, and all that.

https://jobs.lever.co/twitch/2225a17f-7f4c-47f9-8134-6335d89... (the first paragraph in the ad is a little cheesy; sorry for that!)

nowarninglabel 1 day ago 0 replies      
Kiva | San Francisco, CA | Full-time | Onsite | Security Engineer | http://kiva.org/careersWe'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 for 0% interest loans across the world and here at home. We offer awesome benefits including a partner trip to anywhere we work. We are looking to backfill our Security Engineer role and would love a candidate who is excited to beef up secure practices and help fight fraud: http://kiva.org/careers
di 1 day ago 0 replies      
PromptWorks | Software Engineer, UI/UX Designer, DevOps Engineer | Philadelphia PA | Full time (ONSITE) and Contract (REMOTE) | https://promptworks.com/jobs

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 are 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.

Open full-time, on-site positions in Philadelphia: Software Engineer, UI/UX Designer

Open contractor positions, remote: Software Engineer, DevOps Engineer, Front-end Engineer, Mobile Developer


icycold 1 day ago 0 replies      
Tapjoy | Senior Engineer | SF | FULLTIME, https://home.tapjoy.com/careers/


I am hiring manager at Tapjoy, our team focuses on building and optimizing coreparts of our architecture to manage costs of scaling, breaking off components of a legacy monolithic server into services in more efficient languages, and we argue over the correct tool for the job.

We are relatively small engineering team (managing around 30 billion requests per month).

we are looking for a senior engineer who is a team player, excited about the problem space,excited about exploring new solutions, interested in application design.

please message me at ritesh dot noronha at tapjoy dot com


arobbins 1 day ago 0 replies      
Factual | Engineers and data lovers | Los Angeles, San Francisco, Shanghai | www.factual.com/jobs#openings

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

Factuals location platform enriches mobile location signals with definitive global data, enabling personalized and contextually relevant mobile experiences. Built from billions of inputs, the data is constantly updated by Factuals real-time data stack. We were named one of "50 Disruptive Companies in 2013" by MIT Technology Review. We have a terrific team that is still fairly small and an incredible CEO who was previously the co-founder of Applied Semantics (which was bought by Google and became AdSense). Factual has venture funding from Andreessen-Horowitz and our partners/customers include Bing, Apple, Facebook and Groupon.

There are many challenging problems to work on at all layers of the stack: data cleaning and canonicalization, storage, deduping, serving, APIs, improving data using machine learning, etc. A great example is one of our most recent products, Geopulse Audience, which stands at the intersection of high quality places data and large scale analysis of user geo-data: http://www.factual.com/products/geopulse-audience . If you love data, Factual is the place to be. Our main criteria are that you're smart and get things done, but you'll get bonus points for experience with Clojure (http://www.factual.com/jobs/clojure), machine learning, NLP, algorithm design, or Hadoop/Spark.

You can email me personally at alexr@factual.com, or view our job postings here: https://www.factual.com/jobs#openings

mickeyben 1 day ago 0 replies      
Drivy | Paris, France on site | Full-time | Android Engineer | https://en.drivy.com/jobs

We believe shared cars are a better way to move around, offering more flexibility and more convenience. We are already the #1 car rental marketplace in Europe, and we believe the adoption will be 100 times larger in just a few years. We are present in several countries, have great mobile apps, and kick-ass hardware. And we're just getting started.

We're looking for someone who is not only well versed in Android development, but also has a strong understanding of good UX.


Please apply via the above links and mention Hacker News!

xwilders 1 day ago 0 replies      
BEYOND LABS | Full Stack Developer | London 30-40k + up to 0.5% equity | ONSITE

Beyond is an enterprise SaaS platform thats spearheading a new generation of companies - ones that remain agile as they grow. We do this by transforming the way companies plan their numbers - their budgets. Ultimately, we believe companies do best when employees are empowered to take initiatives, rather than constrained by outdated budgets.

You will:

- Integrate key finance and productivity tools with Beyond, such as Xero, Asana and Slack.

- Build & automate components which slice and dice huge datasets, making them meaningful to Beyonds different users.

- Work with our talented front and back end teams to deliver whole features - front end components that users will love, linked to a robust and efficient back end.

Learn more at http://bebeyond.co/jobs/ or drop me an email: xavier@bebeyond.co

elwatto 1 day ago 0 replies      
Elevate (Apple App of the Year) | 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.


* Deliciously healthy chef-cooked meals

* Equity

* Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance

* 401k plan

To learn more or apply, please visit http://elevateapp.theresumator.com/

tmostak 1 day ago 0 replies      
MapD | San Francisco (city) | Backend Developer, Frontend Visualization Developer, Technical Marketing Director (ONSITE)

MapD (https://www.mapd.com) is a Google Ventures/Nvidia/Verizon Ventures/Vanedge/In-Q-Tel backed Series A startup that builds a lightning-fast GPU-accelerated database and visual analytics platform that takes advantage of the massive parallelism and high memory bandwidth of GPUs. We can literally run queries orders of magnitude faster than other systems (http://tech.marksblogg.com/billion-nyc-taxi-rides-nvidia-tes...) and since the results are on the GPUs, we can easily visualize the result sets with the native GPU rendering pipeline. Check out our Tweetmap demo (http://www.mapd.com/demos/tweetmap) or our billion-row taxi demo (http://www.mapd.com/demos/taxis) for an idea of what the system can do.

Were looking for:

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

Frontend Developer Someone with strong knowledge of React/Redux. Ideal candidate has good design sense and a data visualization background.

Technical Marketing Director - Someone who can convey the technical value of our product via our website, blog, documentation, tutorials, demo videos, etc.

Were a growing Series A company (~30 people) with deep knowledge of databases and GPU Programming. Benefits and equity are competitive ($115K-$170K / 0.2+%).

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

thebrain 14 hours ago 0 replies      
Toronto, Ontario, Canada | Achievers http://www.achievers.com | ONSITE | Developers

My company has built a kick-ass employee recognition platform and we're looking for developers of all shapes and sizes. Please don't apply if you're a jerk though, we don't hire assholes.He are some of our current requisitions:

Sr. Build and Release Engineer - DevOps | Toronto, Ontario

Information Security Analyst | Toronto, Ontario

Manager, Software Development | Toronto, Ontario

Sr. Front-End Developer | Toronto, Ontario

Sr. Android Mobile Developer | Toronto, Ontario

Full details at http://app.jobvite.com/m?3ZiosiwU

squeral 1 day ago 0 replies      
Zappar | JavaScript Developer | London | https://www.zappar.com

Zappar is an award-winning mobile Augmented Reality app powering experiences for some of the world's biggest brands. We're an intentionally small team who take great pride in our work from the first line of code to the last pixel of our epic content, and we're thrilled to have delivered tens of millions of Zappar experiences to users around the globe.

We are looking for a JavaScript developer to help build and maintain Zappar's fantastic creative tools - build from the ground up in JavaScript and web technologies.

The successful candidate will have demonstrable skills and experience in:

 JavaScript HTML & CSS Modern JavaScript techniques and tools
Extra bonus points for:

 TypeScript NodeJS jQuery

shaggyfrog 22 hours ago 0 replies      
Copperleaf Technologies | Vancouver, BC, Canada | Full-Time | ONSITE

We build products to help companies managing millions of dollars of assets make better decisions. Our core product, C55, helps companies decide which projects to invest in, how to reduce their risk, increase safety, and reduce their environmental impact. We are one of the top 20 Fastest-Growing Software Companies in Canada and winner of the BC Tech 2016 Emerging Company of the Year Award. We are also working on two new cloud-based products, to be released this year.

We want to expand our development team significantly in 2017. We are especially looking to fill 2 senior roles on one of the cloud teams. The project's stack includes NodeJS, Angular 2, Kendo, and Postgres. We'd like to find both an experienced back-end developer, as well as an experienced front-end developer.

We are also interested in talking with full-stack experienced Django developers for third cloud-based project to start this year. The stack is likely to be Django, Angular 2, and Postgres.

I joined Copperleaf (as a senior developer) back in April 2016. The people here are really nice, they care about what they do, and they have a lot of domain knowledge. If any of that sounds interesting to you, please fire off an e-mail to me (Tom) at thauk@copperleaf.com and we can chat a bit more!

robdickinson 1 day ago 1 reply      
ComplyAdvantage | Python Engineers | London | Full-time, On-site

Fighting money launderers and terrorists by identifying suspicious financial transactions and stopping them. We work with many of the major financial players and are a key part of their defence against financial crime.We're currently hiring mid-level to senior Python Engineers to join our new team.

Key Qualifications:* 3+ years professional Python * Enterprise, highly performant mission critical software * NoSQL experience a plus * AWS & Docker experience * Smart * Enjoy GSD

Please see full job descriptions here:https://complyadvantage.workable.com/jobs/412005


caherrerapa 13 hours ago 0 replies      
Nimbl3 www.nimbl3.com - ONSITE - Fulltime - Sponsor visa - Bangkok, Thailand|https://www.workhiro.com/companies/nimbl3

We are a software development studio focused on building products for startups of Asia Pacific Region and Europe. We work with startups from Austria, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and Hong Kong in several vertical, you won't get bored. Join us! Our clients are well-funded, recognised startups and backed by early stage Alibaba investors, Ensogo, DeNA and 500 startups.

- Senior Android Developerhttps://www.workhiro.com/companies/nimbl3/820c7cca?locale=en

- Senior Ruby/Rails Developerhttps://www.workhiro.com/companies/nimbl3/049ee05b?locale=en

- Senior iOS developerhttps://www.workhiro.com/companies/nimbl3/810d25a4?locale=en

- Lead iOS Developerhttps://www.workhiro.com/companies/nimbl3/f2ba33f7?locale=en

- Internship - Software Developmenthttps://www.workhiro.com/companies/nimbl3/66dd3961?locale=en

- Senior Front-end Developerhttps://www.workhiro.com/companies/nimbl3/d8f6b2c1?locale=en

- Lead Android Developerhttps://www.workhiro.com/companies/nimbl3/7c2a1e3d?locale=en

StefanWallin 1 day ago 0 replies      
MittMedia | Software Developer | Sundsvall, Sweden | ONSITE https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=sv&sl=sv&tl=en&u=h...

== WHAT WE DO ===

Main stack: Ruby on Rails, React/React Native, PostgreSQL

Data platform: Java, TitanDB w. Cassandra

We do innovative web, app & big data development on local news media in central Sweden. We are the biggest local media organization in Sweden and reach 1.9M unique browsers per week. Sweden has a 10M population.

== HOW WE DO IT ==

As part of our hiring process we do pair or mob programming after initial screening depending on what the recruit feels comfortable with.

We do development with User Experience in focus and have a large and strong UX Team that drives a lot of our development.

Sweden has great social benefits, including health care, sick leave, 25 days paid vacation(33 from us), 480 days parental leave per kid. Language training is free from the government if wanted.

I personally work in our app team. We're energetically looking for Front End developers.


We pride ourselves in being inclusive. We focus on an open and constructive dialogue and have people from the Netherlands, China and Germany. We strive to achieve different backgrounds, genders and cultures as we believe different perspectives are key to a successful business. We have non-Swedish speakers on the teams and are moving to using English as our main language.

The organization employs 1500 people but in the development organization we are 28 people with a direct connection to the company board. The board places an incredibly high trust in our department and we help form the board strategies.

== APPLY ==

Via email to my boss at:mathias.nylen mittmedia.se

ppandey 19 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 technical excellence, 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.

lochlan 1 day ago 0 replies      
Opal | Portland, OR | Front End Engineer, Mid-Level or Senior | Full-time, onsite | http://workwithopal.com/

Opal is hiring! We are a collaboration platform for omni-channel brand marketing teams. After recently doing a large raise we're expanding our team, and if you are a seasoned front-end web developer we would love to talk to you! We're currently migrating a Backbone application to React, along with some other interesting effortsthere are plenty of cool projects to go around as we scale our team and application!

Please e-mail your resume and a link to your github profile to lmcintosh@workwithopal.com and I will refer you to the relevant hiring manager! Thanks!

DavidMcLaughlin 1 day ago 0 replies      
Twitter | Software Engineer | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE

We're looking for engineers to come work on Twitter's Cloud Platform team. The majority of this work revolves around developing Apache Mesos[1] and Aurora[2].

Aside from the constant challenge of making sure our platform can scale with the company (we have the largest Mesos clusters in the world), Twitter is in an exciting stage where efficiency (and thus hard performance problems) are becoming more and more important.

Because most of our platform is open sourced, contributions you make on this team will also be felt across a huge number of companies in the community. Mesos is used at companies like Apple and Netflix and Aurora adopters include Paypal, Uber and Electronic Arts. Twitter's commitment to OSS as well as our unique position in terms of platform size gives us a huge opportunity to lead development of key features.

One of my favorite things about working on this team for the last few years has been that I get to touch literally every part of the stack. It's a constant learning process. Mesos is written in C++ and is very heavy on systems, Aurora is on the JVM, much of our developer tooling and automation is in Python, and then we also have a product layer and other tooling that are written in a modern JS stack (React/redux/etc.). So no matter your interests, you can make a huge impact here.

From a product point of view - trying to keep thousands of developers happy and productive in the face of constant comparisons to public offerings like Heroku and AWS, as well as other platforms like Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, etc. is also a huge (but fun) challenge. So if you're a product-focused engineer, this is also a great opportunity.

We have a great team that's based in SF and within six months will be completely onsite. So we're not looking for remote workers right now.

If this interests you at all or you'd like more information, please get in touch at dm@twitter.com for my work e-mail or david@dmclaughlin.com for my personal e-mail.

[1] - http://mesos.apache.org/ [2] - http://aurora.apache.org/

pipermerriam 1 day ago 1 reply      
ConsenSys | Senior Software Engineer | Boulder CO, New York NY | REMOTE https://consensys.net/

Looking for senior engineer to work with me on the open source ecosystem of python tools for Ethereum. The ideal candidate is self directed and will take the initiative to learn. This doesn't mean you won't get any support but you do need to be self motivated. The following are nice-to-have knowledge and skills.

* Python* Ethereum and the EVM* Solidity* IPFS* General security* React/Redux

Contact me directly at pipermerriam@gmail.com with all of the following.

* Link to your github account if you have one. * Resume. * Cover letter with a brief-ish explanation of who you are and why you want to work on this will go a long way.* A cute animal picture.

rickyyean 1 day ago 0 replies      
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

narvar 1 day ago 0 replies      
Narvar | Software Engineer and Product Management | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE

We're Narvar, a San Francisco based, Series B company with leaders from Apple, Slack, Target, Walmart, and eBay. Our product offers a premium customer experience platform that helps leading brands and retailers build stronger relationships with their customers beyond the buy button' which results in greater customer engagement and loyalty.

Nordstrom, Patagonia, Coach, Sephora, Gap, Nike, Urban Outfitters, Walmart, Gamestop, Bonobos, and over 350 other major retailers use our product. Our business is growing rapidly and we just crossed the 100 employee mark! Come join us as we are going into a year of significant growth on the business and employee front.

Front End developer: http://grnh.se/lhuo4i1Software Engineer: http://grnh.se/sinh8p1Senior Software Engineer (backend): http://grnh.se/8seym71Senior Product Manager: http://grnh.se/q8pfni1

Check out our careers page for other positions as well: https://corp.narvar.com/careers/

Questions? Feel free to email me at michaell@narvar.com


tlex 21 hours ago 0 replies      
1&1 | Systems Engineer / Linux Guru | Karlsruhe, Germany | http://jobs.1und1.de/joboffer/2289/linux-system-administrato...

THE coolest job opportunity at 1&1 Mail & Media Germany! The company headquarters are located in the south of Germany (Karlsruhe city), exquisitely positioned for all of you road trip lovers and travel enthusiasts (France, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Italy and Austria just a few hours away by car).

The position opening is within a kick-ass team of young and dynamic experts.


- You have a long-standing love affair with Linux and Puppet;

- You like to treat your Linux and Puppet to Kubernetes and Docker on the regular;

- You are a regular Harry Potter with Python (Go will do too) and BASH is not a cry for violence in your book;

- Youve read and could replicate all of this without the use of a dictionary;

- You can sing along to at least a Rammstein chorus (preferable, but optional).

Oh, and attractive salary and benefits, plus relocation package! Booyah!

Make Oktoberfest a year-round affair and click the link for details and to submit your application.

juulikene 1 day ago 1 reply      
Relayr | Berlin/Munich, Germany | ONSITE | Full time | https://relayr.io/

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 - Munich

Scala Developer - Munich

Full Stack Developer - Berlin

JavaScript Engineer - Munich and Berlin

Security Specialist - Berlin

Senior UX/UI Designer - Berlin

...and many more :)

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

andrew_r2r 1 day ago 0 replies      
Rome2rio | Software Engineers | Melbourne, Australia | Full Time | ONSITE | http://www.rome2rio.com

Rome2rio is looking for smart, talented people to help build our world-class travel search engine and booking service that attracts 10 million visitors per month and is one of the top online travel resources used globally.

We're hiring for quite a few different roles:

- Software Engineers

- Senior Front End Devs

- Data Scientists

Find out more / apply here https://www.rome2rio.com/careers/

dangoldin 22 hours ago 1 reply      
TripleLift | Software Engineers | New York | ONSITE, REMOTE, http://triplelift.com/

We're looking to hire for a variety of roles ranging from fullstack engineer (PHP, Angular), to data engineer (Spark, Java) to a web server engineer (Lots of Java + Netty), to a data scientist (Spark + streaming), to an SRE, to a QA. We're exploring the idea of remote workers but are still figuring out how that would work but my initial gut is that we would want someone to be fairly experienced for us to go ahead with it.

A bit about the company: TripleLift is an adtech company specializing in native advertising. We're trying to get publishers to move away from the idea of commoditized banner ads so that they can focus on content first and monetization later. We do this by giving them the ability to drop a JS tag wherever they'd like an ad (typically in the main feed) and then rendering an ad that matches the look and feel of their site. There are quite a few technical challenges getting this to work at scale and I'd love to share more so please reach out - dgoldin@triplelift.com

dannybeard 1 day ago 0 replies      
Arthrex Inc. | Developer & DevOps Engineer | Naples, FL | Full time, Remote, Onsite

Software Developer----------------------------We are looking for developers with either web or mobile experience to join our growing team in southwest Florida. Arthrex is a global medical device company and a leader in new product development and medical education in orthopaedics. As the software development team, we create innovative products to help support the company in education and research opportunities for our customers. Some projects that need immediate assistance include:

- Our main company website that serves as an education portal for our customers with tools and resources on our products- A research registry that is being used by surgeons to track their patient's progress both pre and post surgery- Patient engagement software facilitating communication between the surgeon and the patient- Several innovative mobile applications that further educate surgeons on best practices and new techniques

Some of the technologies/patterns we work with:- Golang, Ruby, Objective-C, Swift, Java, Xamarin/C#- Amazon Web Services- Postgres- Microservices

DevOps Engineer----------------------------We are looking for an experienced DevOps engineer to join our team and take ownership over of multiple production deployments and supporting services across our deployment- Experience with AWS services- Experience with Docker and orchestration of containers in a production environment- Hands on experience developing, deploying, and maintaining Rails, Go or similar technologies required. We expect DevOps engineers to work closely with the development team, and pitch in and help where needed.- Experience with running microservices, and architecture around microservices is a plus

Please email dbeard at arthrex.com if you have any questions or interest!Arthrex was voted one for the top 100 places to work in 2016! Read more here: http://fortune.com/best-companies/arthrex-62/

jbicket 1 day ago 0 replies      
Samsara | Full Stack, Firmware, Mobile, Devops | San Francisco, Onsite

Build aws for physical infrastructure

Samsara was founded by founders of Meraki (see pg's essay on "do things that don't scale"), has a bunch of interesting customers ( https://www.samsara.com/customers ), and has a small, tight-nit engineering team.

We are looking for people who love building and seeing their code get used by customers. Our backend is in golang/graphql and our frontend/apps are in react/javascript/typescript. We're also looking for embedded firmware engineers (mostly c and golang).

apply/more info at https://www.samsara.com/jobs

code128 1 day ago 0 replies      
Zurich, Switzerland. | Scandit AG | Full-time, ONSITE, http://scandit.com/

Scandit is a rapidly growing enterprise mobile technology startup with offices in Zurich, San Francisco and Boston. We are looking for a machine learning expert for our Zurich team to help us revolutionize the traditional barcode scanner and text recognition market with our innovative mobile solutions for smartphones, tablets, and wearable devices. You will be part of a small team of developers and play a crucial role in refining our products and researching and implementing new data capture solutions.


- Build systems to train models for challenging visual text and object recognition problems

- Implement model evaluation algorithms for mobile devices that run in real time

- Extract new insights from our analytics data to improve SDK performance

- Improve our existing barcode scanning algorithms using your expertise

- Build automated QA systems to guarantee robustness, speed and consistency

- Be a company-wide thought leader on machine learning and AI

Desired skills and experience

- MSc or PhD degree in computer science or a related field with a strong focus on machine learning (ML)

- 3+ years of experience in the field of ML, including deep learning (academia or industry)

- General computer vision or computer graphics experience is a plus

- Solid knowledge of data structures, object-oriented programming and software engineering principles

- Ability to write high-performance code in C++ and quickly prototype ideas in Python (or a similar language)

- Low-level knowledge of the ARM architecture and experience in mobile GP-GPU programming is a plus

- You have a work permit for Switzerland or a EU passport.

Send your application to jobs@scandit.com

jkarraker 1 day ago 1 reply      
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...

Sparkesix 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Brightify | iOS Developer | Brno, Czechia | ONSITE, FULLTIME; http://www.brightify.org/If you're interested, don't be shy and send us an email to info@brightify.org
87maza 1 day ago 0 replies      
CACI Federal - Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland | ONSITE | All Levels Javascript Developer | Various Salary Ranges

www.caci.com We're a defense contractor working on a new project to help improve and modernize military communication systems. From a laboratory bench in Aberdeen Proving Ground to the mountains of Afghanistan, this project supports every Soldier, every day, everywhere.I'm a web developer here at CACI and we're looking Javascript Devs of all levels who are proficient with NodeJS/React stack. The project is in the early stages so technical architecture is still being decided, would love to include your input. React on the frontend, Java/SOLR/Lucene on the backend

We posted this up a few months ago to find our Senior dev, well now we have our unicorn! We've got a lot of work to do and we need more devs. Also looking for UI/UX developers who are familiar with google's material design

Interview Process:Recruiter Phone Screen (20-30 mins) => Team Lead Tech Phone Interview (30-45mins) => possible onsite interview/take home quiz => offerRequirements: U.S. Citizenship/ over 18+ Must obtain and maintain Secret Clearance (we will sponsor the candidate)Please send over your contact info/github/resume to martin.maza@caci.com or PM me here.

- martin.

alie 1 day ago 0 replies      
OpenMail | Los Angeles, CA | ONSITE

OpenMail, an adtech startup based in Venice Beach, is hiring!

DevOps Engineer: AWS, Python http://www.openmail.com/job-listing/98f3de21-d010-4cdf-b4e2-...

Data Analyst (A/B Testing): SQL, Strong Statistics background (Stats PhD preferred)http://www.openmail.com/job-listing/8dd08a47-5e78-4250-bf08-...

Software Engineer: Python http://www.openmail.com/job-listing/a2612066-fef4-458c-b216-...

Senior Software Engineer: 4+ years of Python experiencehttp://www.openmail.com/job-listing/46b7b99f-18d1-47c5-bd3f-...


OpenMail | Seattle, WA | ONSITE

OpenMail is also hiring in our Bellevue office!

Senior Software Engineer: 4+ years of Python experiencehttp://www.openmail.com/job-listing/46b7b99f-18d1-47c5-bd3f-...

tlrobinson 1 day ago 1 reply      
Metabase | Software Engineer | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE, REMOTE, FULL-TIME | http://www.metabase.com/

We're a small team building open source business intelligence tools with a strong focus on user experience.

Clojure backend, React + Redux + ES6 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.

dcalendly 1 day ago 0 replies      
Calendly | Senior Marketing Manager | Atlanta, GA | On-site | Full TimeApplication Link: https://calendly.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0m1nt/?source=hacke...

Calendly | Director of Marketing | Atlanta, GA | On-site | Full TimeApplication Link: https://calendly.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0mhc1/?source=hacke...

Calendly | UI/UX Designer | Atlanta, GA | On-site | Full TimeApplication Link: https://calendly.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk06d99/?source=hacke...

Calendly | Senior Product Manager | Atlanta, GA | On-site | Full TimeApplication Link: https://calendly.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk067u3/?source=hacke...

Calendly | Full Stack Engineer | Atlanta, GA | On-site | Full TimeApplication Link: https://calendly.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk06zdu/?source=hacke...

Calendly | Recruiter | Atlanta, GA | On-site | Full TimeApplication Link: https://calendly.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0mj56/?source=hacke...

Calendly delivers the best service to schedule external meetings professionally, quickly, and effortlessly. Our product is used by thousands of people across many job functions and industries including sales, recruiting, financial services, and education. We are profitable, have a high traction product, and are offering ample opportunities to get to the next level of your career.

andrewzk 1 day ago 2 replies      
Airtame (https://airtame.com) | Copenhagen, Denmark | Full-time, Onsite or Remote

Airtame is an early-stage startup in the heart of Copenhagen. Our wireless streaming solution helps people work better.

We're currently hiring:

* Embedded Linux Engineer (https://airtame.com/jobs/embedded-linux-engineer)

* Senior C/C++ Software Engineer (https://airtame.com/jobs/senior-c-software-engineer)

* Senior Full-Stack Engineer (https://airtame.com/jobs/senior-full-stack-engineer)

* Senior Frontend Engineer (https://airtame.com/jobs/senior-frontend-engineer)

* Senior QA Engineer (https://airtame.com/jobs/senior-qa-engineer)

Our talented engineers are given significant ownership and responsibility over projects. We value rapid iteration, continuous integration and testing, and we are serious about producing high-quality, maintainable software. Frequent code reviews, linting, and pairing are all integral components of our engineering culture. We encourage experimenting with new technologies and constantly challenge ourselves to improve our code, processes, and systems.

You can read a bit about our values on our Company Culture Trello Board: https://trello.com/b/ZXs2YYy6/culture-airtame

Send an email to tech-jobs@airtame.com if you're interested. We can sponsor work visas for non-EU applicants.

abpavel 22 hours ago 0 replies      
IP Fabric | Backend NodeJS Superstar | Prague, CZ | ONSITE

Early stage global startup in Prague is looking for senior Node.JS developers who will bring order to our chaos, and help us solve the scalability and maintainability challenges, while delivering capabilities that our Fortune 500 customers crave.

At IP Fabric we're building next generation IP network infrastructure management solutions that enable to safely control any private IP network.Our unique approach using graph theory in a native data model implemented in a multi-model database scalability and speed challenges that have been plaguing the industry for decades.

Our stack:

 * Node.JS, ArrangoDB, React.js * Openstack/KVM, Debian (own infrastructure)
What we offer:

 * Initial Equity, and additional equity as bounties. * 25 days paid vacation, 5 paid sick days, 30 days paid sick leave * Flexible working hours and home office * Equipment of your choice, various budgets to make your workplace feel like home * Non open-space offices in the center of Prague with a lot of light
Email us at jobs@ipfabric.io

izolate 1 day ago 2 replies      
Deskbookers | Backend Developer | Amsterdam | VISA https://www.deskbookers.com

Deskbookers is the Airbnb for work and meeting spaces and we are one of the fastest growing tech startups in Europe.

We're looking to add a backend developer to our team of 2 backends and 2 frontend developers.

Our stack comprises a legacy PHP application, and a modern, microservice-oriented replacement built with Node.js and running on AWS. It's a really interesting time to join DB; Quite a lot of change and experimentation with our stack - allowing you to have a strong impact in the way we build our platform.

Contact: y.talwar@deskbookers.com

I'm on the dev team, so if there's anything I can clarify, please do ask!

eriktrautman 1 day ago 0 replies      
Viking Education | Course Mentor | Remote | Part Time | http://www.vikingcodeschool.com

Viking Code School is a 100% online development bootcamp driven by the mission of launching a million high-growth careers around the world regardless of a students location, prior experience or economic standing.

Our mentor-led Flex Program pairs students with industry veterans who perform weekly code reviews as part of the learning process. It is a great chance to pass on your knowledge without leaving your day job (or your house). As a mentor, you work with your mentee(s) during their full time in the course, which typically takes between 6-12 months to finish. You meet with your mentee 1-3 times per week for code review and can work with anywhere from 1 to 10+ students, depending on desire and ability.

Our back end has two tracks (Ruby/Rails or Node/Express) and our front end covers JavaScript/React/Redux. As a mentor, you have access to the course materials so you can get up to speed on anything you aren't firm on.

Check-ins are compensated.


* 4+ years of professional development experience as part of an engineering team.

* Strong grounding in CS fundamentals like Data Structures and Algorithms.

* Relevant experience with CS, Ruby/Rails, SQL, JavaScript/React etc.

Email careers@vikingcodeschool.com with your CV, links and anything else that would prove your development or teaching ability and general awesomeness.

supac 22 hours ago 0 replies      
Hockeystick | Data Engineer, Software Engineer | Toronto, Canada | Full-Time | Canada Citizen or Permanent Resident

We're a fintech startup (https://www.hockeystick.co/) with a big vision for using data to improve how private capital markets and innovation clusters work. With Hockeystick, you can automate your data collection and reporting process while making use of that insight for better analysis. Funds can capture private company data and measure portfolio performance in less time, and even evaluate the quantitative and qualitative impact of startup programs and services with ease.

Our small team is set to accomplish some lofty goals this year and we want you involved.

Roles we are hiring for include:* Data Engineer - Python, ETL, SQL, DevOps* Software Engineer - Ruby on Rails 4, Javascript, React, HTML 5, CSS 3

For more information, please visit https://www.hockeystick.co/about#jobs or forward your CV to jobs@hockeystick.co

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.

See a recent article about us in The Hill: "Left Finds New Online Tools To Fight Trump": http://thehill.com/policy/technology/320195-left-finds-new-o...

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 20!


localhost3000 1 day 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.

applehire 1 day ago 0 replies      
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

mkilling 1 day ago 0 replies      
PlaytestCloud | Software Engineer (Rails) | Berlin, Potsdam | Onsite, full-time https://playtestcloud.breezy.hr/

PlaytestCloud | Software Engineer (iOS/Android) | Berlin, Potsdam | Onsite, full-time https://playtestcloud.breezy.hr/

PlaytestCloud is an online platform for game studios to let real players try out their in-development iOS, Android or browser games. Were using the latest technologies to make game testing as simple as possible for our customers such as Wooga, ZeptoLab and Ubisoft.

DanWaterworth 1 day ago 0 replies      
Myrtle Software | Software Developer | Cambridge, UK | ONSITE FULLTIME INTERNS https://myrtlesoftware.com

We're looking for developers to work on our compiler that generates hardware to accelerate convolutional neural networks.

* Experience with functional programming is essential (we use Haskell for everything),

* Familiarity with with hardware design would be beneficial,

Drop us an email at jobs@myrtlesoftware.com if you're interested and there's more information at https://myrtlesoftware.com/vacancies/

JDevlieghere 16 hours ago 0 replies      
GuardSquare | Software Engineer C++ / LLVM | Leuven, Belgium | Full-Time | On-Site

GuardSquare is looking for a software engineer with an interest in software security. You have knowledge of compiler technologies (LLVM) or the Mach and/or Linux kernel and you are definitely not afraid of disassemblers and debuggers. Our team is building iXGuard, software that protects iOS applications through obfuscation and encryption. Think ProGuard (our open source solution for Java) but for Objective-C and Swift.

For more information have a look on our website: https://www.guardsquare.com/en/jobs

sinned 1 day ago 0 replies      
Dashbot | https://www.dashbot.io | San Francisco, CA | Full time | Onsite

Dashbot is a venture funded early stage startup providing analytics for conversational interfaces.

We enable brands and developers to increase user acquisition, engagement, and monetization through actionable data and tools. We believe that natural language is the preferred way for humans to interact with technology. Our mission is to enable our customers to create compelling conversational products that make technology more accessible and easier to use. The founding team has a proven track record of building successful companies and having a great time while doing it.

We're backed by leading investors: ffVC, Bessemer, Samsung, BDMI, Scrum Ventures, and Rembrandt.

We're looking for a full-stack engineer and a big data engineer. Please apply below or email resumes to careers@dashbot.io



If you have any questions or would like to chat, please feel free to email me directly at dennis@dashbot.io or message me at https://m.me/sinned/

mcmoose75 1 day ago 0 replies      
NavVis | Junior Account Executive | New York City | http://navvis.com/NavVis is a Munich-based indoor mapping and navigation startup that has recently expanded to the US and opened a New York City office.As the third sales employee of NavVis US in New York City, you will have the unique opportunity to help launch an established European venture-backed startups first US office. Your day-to-day activities will range from expanding the NavVis partner network to maintaining contact with C-level executives at companies across the United States and North America. You will present to clients weekly and frequently travel to client sites to discuss NavVis in-person and showcase our technology. In particular, you will be selling the worlds most advanced 3D mapping system, with the ultimate goal of enabling indoor navigation throughout building interiors in the United States.You will be in touch and collaborate with NavVis Head of North America as well as other high-level employees in Munich on a daily basis. Provided that you contribute to NavVis growth with a strong sales track record, you will play a key role in bringing NavVis US growth to the next level.More information and application link here: http://www.navvis.com/company/careers/jobs/business/jr-accou...
rheidiant 1 day ago 0 replies      
Rheidiant | Houston | Senior Firmware Engineer | ONSITERheidiant is a funded IIoT startup making devices and systems for monitoring pipelines and other industrial assets. Our sensors locate otherwise undetectable leaks of hazardous liquids to avoid environmental disasters.

Join our dynamic design team to make highly reliable embedded systems. We are currently hiring for a Senior Firmware Engineer position with extensive experience in ARM Cortex-M, FreeRTOS, low power methods. Further experience in digital hardware design, prototyping, embedded Linux, networking protocols, AI/ML algorithms, and back end JavaScript frameworks is a plus. Contact us at careers<>rheidiant<>com

philfreo 1 day ago 0 replies      
Close.io | REMOTE


- Full Stack Python/JS Engineers who sweat Product Details

- Software Engineer - Backend


At Close.io were building the sales communication platform of the future. Weve built a next-generation CRM that eliminates manual data entry and helps sales teams close more deals. We are hiring product-focused engineers to help us unify the world's sales calls and emails into one beautiful workflow.


Learn more or apply: https://jobs.lever.co/close.io/?lever-source=HNMar17

nhumrich 1 day ago 0 replies      
Canopy | DevOps/Internal Tools Engineer | Lehi, UT | Full-time ONSITE https://www.canopytax.com

(Relocation Offered)Canopy is a fast-growing SaaS startup in Lehi. We build modern, easy-to-use software for tax professionals, and love to find simple solutions to complex problems. After nearly tripling in size in 2016 to 60 employees, we are looking forward to another year of massive growth.

We are looking for a software engineer who understands devops and is passionate about writing dev-tools. You would be the second or third DevOps person at the company, and so there is a lot of room for growth. You'll be primarily writing internal tools in Python as well as consulting with software development teams on DevOps concepts including: CD pipelines, code lifecycle, AWS, monitoring, scaling (both user and organizational scale), and others.

Catch me on twitter with questions: @nhumrichOr email me directly: nick.humrich@canopytax.com

Our current Tools stack consists of Python, Docker, Rancher, AWS, GitLab, Wercker, Sumo Logic. You'll have say over these tools and potentially replacing them. We strive for CD and currently deploy to production at least a couple times a day. (501 releases in 2016) We are also huge fans of micro-services and open source.

WD-42 1 day ago 0 replies      
Las Cumbres Observatory | Software Engineer | Santa Barbara, CA | ONSITE | https://lco.global/jobs/software-engineer/

Are you a software engineer interested in astronomy? Want to work on technology directly related to the expanding wavefront of astronomical observation? Las Cumbres Observatorys (LCO) global network of robotic telescopes is enabling astronomers to observe things that go bump in the night 24/7. Our stack spans from low level hardware control to web based interfaces for requesting observations. Our users study exoplanets, supernovae, near-earth asteroids and more.

LCO, based in sunny Santa Barbara, California, is deploying the world's largest network of geographically distributed optical telescopes for general scientific and educational use. Were motivated by the desire to expand human knowledge, and to instill a passion for science in young people. Our organization has a fun-loving, dedicated staff, working in a casual but focused environment. Here you will find people passionate about what they do, and our overall mission.

More details: https://lco.global/jobs/software-engineer/

jnaulty 1 day ago 0 replies      
Nuage Networks | DevOps Engineer | Full Time, Onsite | Mountain View, Raleigh, Antwerp

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 integration overlook 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

- you `git` it

- experience in building software and continuous integration

- knowledge of network protocols, virtualization and virtual

- packet switching is a plus

- coding skills: Python, bash

- infra skills: Packer, Puppet, AWS, Libvirt, Jenkins

- 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

jesseyjean 1 day ago 0 replies      
Denver, CO; Atlanta, GA; Detroit, MI || Remote US

Interview Process: Phone Screen (Talent Acquisition), Phone Interview (Technical Hiring Team), On Site Interview

Interested in IoT? Developing a web platform to churn through massive amounts of data? V2X Technology?Interested in DSRC (Dedicated Short Range Commutations) in Connected Vehicles?

We are a small, start up team situated within a large corporation, primed to deliver the next generation intelligent transportation system.

Looking for Architects, Engineers, Software: security OR analytics OR machine learning.

Cassandra, Scala, Hadoop, Postgres, Python, Go, NodeJS, Spark

jesseyjean @ gmail [dot] com

santinoboffa 15 hours ago 0 replies      

We are also looking for a strong Java Platform Engineer. This is working on our cutting edge real time, big data platform processing >2bn events per day. Tools used include Hadoop, Hive, HBase. Multi-cloud (AWS and Google Cloud) and early access to Google Cloud stack.

We will consider visa sponsorship for the right candidate.

More details here - https://boards.greenhouse.io/qubit/jobs/130067?gh_jid=130067...

Please send your resume direct to santino@qubit.com

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

arikfr 1 day ago 0 replies      
Redash | Full Stack Developer | Worldwide | REMOTE

We develop an open source product (github.com/getredash/redash) with a SaaS offering. If you love Python, Javascript and building tools people use, you belongs with us. Bonus points for people with an eye for design and previous remote work experience.

You will be the first engineer on the team (except for the founder) with an opportunity to have a huge impact on the way forward.

More details and how to apply:https://usecanvas.com/redash/full-stack-developer-or-redash-...

xb 1 day ago 0 replies      
ChefSteps | Data Scientist, Data Engineer | Seattle | ONSITE | https://www.chefsteps.com/

ChefSteps is dedicated to putting the kitchen back in the heart of the home. We do that by getting people cooking, and we need your help.

Data Scientist: You will be part of a small team that works across the entire organization to help coworkers use data effectively. Youll use data to help us make decisions about what kind of content we should make, whom we should market to, what our next product should be, and what features we need to add to our current products. Note: This role may be combined with the Data Engineer position depending on experience and level of interest.

Data Engineer: You will work with the data science and software engineering teams to empower your coworkers by giving them reliable access to data. Youll help us make key decisions about infrastructure and capacity planning, and youll be responsible for ensuring that we can store data at scale with testable integrity. This role may also include other backend and operational responsibilities, depending on experience and level of interest

More info: https://www.chefsteps.com/jobs

email me at nrobin ~at~ chefsteps <dot> com

HoyaSaxa 1 day ago 1 reply      
Narmi (Techstars NYC '17)| Full Stack Engineer (Front End Focused), Mobile Engineer, Product Designer | New York, NY (NYC) | 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 a team of 3 and looking for engineer #3 and #4, and also a lead UI/UX designer. 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 *Product Designer

You can learn more and apply via email:

jobs @ our domain

alienhard 1 day ago 0 replies      
Scribd | Senior Backend Engineer | San Francisco | VISA | ONSITE

Scribd is a reading subscription that gives you access to the best books, audiobooks, magazines, and more. Our mission is to re-imagine the way the world reads.

My team is looking for smart engineers to work on recommendations, search, and payments (no experience in these areas required). We are a small team which means you can have a ton of impact and bring in your own ideas. We work on an ambitious project to organize all the books in the world and use it to take book discovery to the next level.

Scribd has a very friendly, engineering-driven company culture, is profitable, and well funded. We are ambitious but at the same time we value a good work life balance.

Stack: Ruby on Rails (we are one of the largest Rails sites), Go, MySQL, Redis, Kafka, Spark (Scala). But we care way more about your personality and hacking skills than what languages you've used so far.

Scribd alumni have gone on to found 4 other YC companies, probably more than from any other startup our size. We think this says something about the kind of people that we like to hire.

If you have questions you can reach me at adrian at scribd.com (I'm the tech lead and happy to answer any question related to this role). Please apply directly via https://boards.greenhouse.io/scribd/jobs/76768. NB, we are also hiring for a lot of other positions: https://www.scribd.com/about/jobs.

santinoboffa 15 hours ago 0 replies      

We are looking for a passionate Product Engineer (Fullstack Javascript). Currently using React, Redux and Flux and looking for someone keen to work on server side technologies including node.js, Dataflow, Docker and Mesos.

We will consider visa sponsorship for the right candidate.

More details here - https://boards.greenhouse.io/qubit/jobs/130919?gh_jid=130919....

Check out some of the links to our work via the job description.

Please send your resume direct to santino@qubit.com

botswana99 1 day 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

foomoo 1 day ago 0 replies      
VincuVentas | Full-Stack Software Engineer | Bogot, Colombia | VISA https://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 / aggregation, e.g. for reporting and analyticsBonus 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 (city, office, team, application process, ...), email in profile.

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

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

Mobile Product Manager: https://opensignal-limited.workable.com/jobs/318623

Android Developer: https://opensignal-limited.workable.com/jobs/369066

UX/UI Designer: https://opensignal-limited.workable.com/jobs/314575

Croaky 1 day ago 0 replies      
thoughtbot | Web Developer | Austin, Boston, New York City, Raleigh, San Francisco | https://thoughtbot.com/jobs

thoughtbot | Designer | Boston, New York City, Raleigh | https://thoughtbot.com/jobs

thoughtbot | Design Director | London | https://thoughtbot.com/jobs

thoughtbot designers and developers rapidly build high-quality web applications. Well-qualified designers and developers have excellent knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript. Designers should also be able to create great visual designs and run usability tests and product design sprints.

Developers should have excellent knowledge of Ruby on Rails, , SQL, Unix, and Test-Driven Development. We also have active projects in Go, Elixir Phoenix, React, and React Native. Experience or interest in these technologies is a plus.

Very well-qualified candidates will also have experience with consulting. We work a sustainable pace of 40 hours/week, consulting for clients four days/week. On Fridays, we have investment time when we learn new tools and techniques, work on open source, write blog posts, and make ourselves, each other, and the community better.


illeto 1 day ago 0 replies      
Charlie Finance | San Francisco, CA | Onsite | https://www.hicharlie.co

Charlie is a free, text-based AI that is here to automate everything in personal finance that can be automated and to radically simplify the rest. We are using Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and NLP to help everyday people manage all of their everyday finances. We are very well funded, our engagement is extraordinarily strong, and our user base is growing rapidly.

Were looking for a curious, relentless Software Engineer who cares about everyday people to join our team in San Francisco as employee #5. We have the freedom and the runway to build together A.I. that will improve the financial health of millions.

Interview Process: Couple of phone calls and an onsite interview. Well ask you normal interview questions, but as we are still a very small team, we will also spend just as much time learning about what kind of person you are and how youll help us define this company and culture.

Learn more and drop us a line at http://bit.ly/2ltHFKh

yoloswagins 1 day ago 0 replies      
Homelight | Software Engineer | San Francisco | ONSITE | fulltime | https://www.homelight.com/about-us#careers

Current Interview Process: quick chat, engineering phone screen, onsite, team lunch, reference check, offer.

HomeLight is creating the best way for home buyers and sellers to find the best real estate agent using objective data about real estate agent performance. We're continually working on our matching algorithm (machine learning & data science) and currently working on some big initiatives to improve how home buyers and sellers and agents interact with homelight and with each other (mobile apps, new product features, etc.)

We're a small team of 7 engineers. Our stack is Ruby on Rails(4.2), and Postgresql hosted on Heroku. The front end is using Ember. We've got reasonable test coverage with rspec.

Tasks are reasonably defined, and its normal to push back on tasks to determine the business value in our work. We're not just a feature factory, we care about the value delivered in what we build. As engineers, we have an enormous amount of latitude in the implementation details of our work.

Because we're small, you're going to need to know the full stack. You're going to have to write javascript here, sorry.

I applied via the link on the careers page, but if you have any questions, you can email me at evan@homelight.com. When you apply, make sure to mention you saw this hackernews post.

aturek 1 day ago 0 replies      
Convoy | Software Engineer | Seattle | Full-time, onsite, https://convoy.com

We're optimizing the trucking and logistics industry; automating what is, today, a $800B industry that still runs on fax machines and phone calls. Currently backed by top tier investors. Read about us:


I'm employee #2, and I've been here since we were borrowing desks at a local startup incubator. We've grown a lot since then, but we still have a tight-knit, incredibly high-leverage engineering team. Even after two years, I still love going to the office each morning. I get to work with the smartest folks I've ever met, on software that is going to modernize a fundamental industry. No company I've ever been at, including Amazon, has felt like I could have this kind of impact.

We would love more engineers, up and down the stack, and anywhere on the generalist <-> specialist spectrum. We use pretty cutting-edge tech (React, React-Native for mobile, TypeScript + Node for backend), but we're a lot more interested in engineering chops than any particular tech skills.

If you're in Seattle, reach out and grab coffee with me or one of our other developers. This jobs been a wild ride, and its really only beginning!

Some, but not necessarily all, of our open jobs: http://jobs.convoy.com

SCM 1 day ago 1 reply      
Stevens Capital Management LP| Software Developers| Radnor, PA| ONSITE|

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 looking for candidates for the following positions:

Execution Developer: http://scm-lp.com/execution-developer-positions/ Implementation Developer: http://scm-lp.com/implementation-developer-positions/C++ Market Feeds Developer: http://scm-lp.com/c-market-data-feeds-developer-position/Technical Recruiter: http://scm-lp.com/technical-recruiter/

Please submit your resume to: recruiting@scm-lp.com

robbomacrae 1 day ago 0 replies      
SoundHound | NLU Engineers & other roles | Santa Clara / San Francisco / Toronto / Sacramento / 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.

dogas 1 day ago 2 replies      
ConvertKit | Senior Rails Engineer | REMOTE

ConvertKit is looking for Senior Rails Engineers.

* We are a 100% remote company, scattered across 8 states and 4 countries. There is no central office.

* Bootstrapped, profitable, and growing very quickly (See for yourself! https://convertkit.baremetrics.com)

* We put a high emphasis on work / life balance, and we value and strive for 40 hour work weeks.

* We have a positive, vibrant, and genuine culture. (see https://charlimarie.com/2017/02/06/finding-my-place)

About the role

You'll be part of our awesome engineering team, helping to build our product. We primarily use Rails, Mysql, Redis and Sidekiq to get the job done. We're facing real (fun) scaling challenges because of our incredible growth. Ideallyyou've been there, done that before.

We're also looking for someone who cares deeply about writing clean, maintainable, well-tested code, and generally tends to leave code in a better state than when they encountered it.

About you

Youre a perfect fit for this role if youve got experience developing software, love pragmatic OO design for its long-term cost benefits, and testing. Clean code is not just a phrase for you. Given our high rate of growth, you'll need to have strong knowledge of scaling Rails applications up.


* 3 weeks paid vacation, 7 paid holidays, and 3 sick days / year. 4 weeks paid vacation after a year of employment.

* The team gathers twice a year in-person for fantastic team retreats (https://youtu.be/1L0en33hfqI)

* Excellent Health benefits.

* 8 weeks paid maternity / 4 weeks paid paternity leave.

* $2500 equipment allowance given every 2 years.

* 4% matching 401k.

* Conference credit.

* $1,000 yearly vacation bonus.

* Profit sharing!

Apply here: https://convertkit.workable.com/jobs/431034/candidates/new

jameslesner 18 hours ago 0 replies      
Catawiki | Software Developer | Amsterdam | On Site, Visa | Full-time | https://www.catawiki.com/

As a short intro to Catawiki, We are Europe's fastest growing Tech company (officially :D) and our mission is to connect people with special or collectable objects that they love. Last year we received our third round of investment (75m).

We are currently seeking Front-End, Back-End, Mobile and Data Engineers to join our team. Full job listings can be seen here: https://www.catawiki.com/jobs

ryanbubinski 1 day ago 0 replies      
Codecademy | Senior Software Engineer: System and Infrastructure | New York City | Full Time | ONSITE

Codecademy teaches millions of people across the world how to code on our online platform. Our mission is to equip our users with technical skills they need to find success in a rapidly evolving digital world. Codecademy was founded in 2011 and received Series C funding in 2016.

As a senior systems software engineer, you will work on unique problems such as allocation and securing of our interactive learning environment resources to users on the fly as well as more familiar problems such as scaling high traffic services, improving the server provisioning process, and refining service deployment infrastructure. As the responsibilities grow, you will help hire infrastructure/systems engineers to complement your fields of expertise.

More info: https://www.codecademy.com/about/jobs/senior-software-engine...

If interested, email me at ryan@codecademy.com

stevejohnson 1 day ago 0 replies      
Hipmunk | San Francisco | ONSITE Looking 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!

anohkha 1 day ago 0 replies      
ZipRecruiter - https://ziprecruiter.com - Santa Monica (LA area) - REMOTE OK for some positions

Our goal is to create the best online services for filling and finding jobs. We bootstrapped for the first four years, growing to 500+ employees. In 2014, we raised $63M led by Institutional Venture Partners.

We have a number of open positions:

 - Software Engineer (primarily Python) (Santa Monica) - Software Engineer (primarily Perl) (Santa Monica or remote) - DevOps/Linux Systems Administrator (Santa Monica)
We're growing rapidly and have a large customer base (primarily small and medium sized businesses). We have interesting problems to solve in the areas of search, yield management, analytics, scalability and new product development. If you'd like to learn more, please visit https://www.ziprecruiter.com/hiring/technology or email us at techjobs@ziprecruiter.com

BenjaminN 1 day ago 1 reply      
Lendix | Back-end developer (NodeJS) | Paris, France | https://lendix.com

Lendix is the leading crowdlending platform in France. Small companies can borrow money directly from a crowd of +20 000 users, very quickly and very easily.We're a 2 years old startup from Paris. During those two years, the team grew from 3 to 45, we launched a successful marketplace and opened 2 new offices in Madrid and Milan. We're now recruiting a back-end developer who knows NodeJS to join the +8 people tech-team.

patothon 1 day ago 0 replies      
Omada Health | San Francisco, Ca | Rails, DevOps, iOS, Android | H1B Transfers OK | ONSITE

Omada Health is a digital health company on a mission to make healthy behavior change more accessible and achievable. Were looking for software engineers on all our stack to join our growing engineering team.

As a key member of our engineering team, you will help design, build and maintain systems necessary for rapid growth. Our team practices pair programming (at least 50% of the week) so you will have the opportunity to learn new techniques and share your skills.

Rails Engineers: https://boards.greenhouse.io/omadahealth/jobs/94276

DevOps Engineers: https://boards.greenhouse.io/omadahealth/jobs/267353

Android Engineers: https://boards.greenhouse.io/omadahealth/jobs/267369

iOS Engineers: https://boards.greenhouse.io/omadahealth/jobs/125038

Front End Engineers: https://boards.greenhouse.io/omadahealth/jobs/266693

spicerex 1 day ago 0 replies      
Spiceworks | Austin | Full time | Onsite with relocation assistance available

Spiceworks helps millions of IT pros do their jobs with free tools and connect through our online community. Come help us transform IT. We are looking for the following:

- Senior Application Security Engineer

- DevOps Automation and Tools Engineer

- Senior Data Engineer

- Product Manager

- UX / Product Designer

We have an awesome culture with full benefits, an onsite gym, free drinks & snacks (with breakfast tacos on Monday and bagels on Friday), a weekly development lunch-n-learn and more. We're also ranked as one of the best places to work by Fortune (http://fortune.com/best-medium-workplaces-in-technology/), Glassdoor (http://www.glassdoor.com/Best-Small-and-Medium-Companies-to-...) and have been ranked at a top work place by the Austin American-Statesman six years running (http://www.topworkplaces.com/frontend.php/regional-list/comp...).

Find out more about Spiceworks and see the current openings at http://www.spiceworks.com/jobs

mwiles 1 day ago 0 replies      
Pindrop - Atlanta - Onsite - Full-time - Open to sponsoring visa but only if you currently reside in the U.S.

Pindrop is the pioneer in voice fraud prevention and authentication. We provide enterprise solutions to reduce fraud losses and authentication expense for some of the largest call centers in the world. Pindrops patented Phoneprinting technology can identify, locate and authenticate phone devices uniquely just from the call audio thereby detecting fraudulent calls as well as verifying legitimate callers.

We're looking for several Engineers (https://www.pindrop.com/careers-open-positions/) but in particular are seeking a Telephony Software Engineer Lead to head up the build of a brand new telephony focused product. We're looking for a solid programmer (we do Python but C, C++, Go, or Java work as well) with deep telephony knowledge and the ability to mentor others.

Please apply using the following link if you're interested and think this could be a good fit for you! https://www.pindrop.com/careers-open-positions/?gh_jid=56257...

weisen 1 day ago 0 replies      
New eCommerce business | Business partner | US-resident only | REMOTE

I am looking for a business partner responsible for non-technical side of running an almost automated e-commerce system for selling on Amazon. Your role would be in identifying suitable suppliers (competitive pricing & automatable), building and developing business relationships and handling customer issues. This usually takes 15-60 minutes/day and a regular routine is a must. We can start with 1-2 suppliers I know already.

Company must be incorporated in Delaware or Nevada, preferably as LLC. Initial required capital share $1-2k, up to 50% company share for you (ownership & profit share), depending on your initial capital share. Company gets a license to my own software, state of art data transformation and repricing used in other companies. The idea is to have a passive income stream with minimum work/attention needed. I already bootstrapped a few profitable companies this way and have time for creating 1-2 additional ones. I expect company to be profitable within 3-4 months with regular monthly expenses <$50.

I am based in Germany and look for a US-resident to run a company with me during US working hours. I'll do the whole tech side, you'd do complete business side. Some of my partners got substantial promotions in their main jobs for skills they learned running a real business with me.

I am looking at automating most of customer or even supplier interaction in the future.

The business is as described; it's unlikely you'd get an access to my time as a "rock-star programmer" as I have plenty of other interesting projects to work on.

If you are interested, contact me on weisen (at) tutamail.com

qhoxie 1 day ago 0 replies      
Swiftype | Software Engineer | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE | Relocation Assistance

Swiftype builds a search platform that powers hundreds of millions of queries a month. We are a small team of generalist software developers and we are looking to grow our team in order to build new products and maintain our existing search platform. Come join us in our newly expanded office!

Email us at jobs+hn@swiftype.com or check out https://swiftype.com/jobs for more information.

katzmopolitan 1 day ago 0 replies      
ExecOnline | Front End Developer | SF, NYC | ONSITE http://www.execonline.com/about-us/company/

We are currently looking for someone who is interested in Full Stack role but has experience with and interest in React.js and ecosystem. Our current project that uses React needs someone like you to help us continue make it modular, testable and understandable. You would be directly responsible in taking our frontend to the next level. It would also be great if the next hire is design inclined.

- We are a great size tech team - small enough to take into account every opinion, but large enough that no developer gets left behind- We work in a great space, TechEd- We use tools that are trusted but also those that we like - Rails, React, AWS, WebRTC, Rspec and other automated testing tools- Developers are encouraged to learn and teach- We contribute to open source projects including our own - check out our Github - https://github.com/execonline-inc/- We actually like each other, and if issues arise, we resolve them and don't brush them off.

Check out more about what we do https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKK879_MqFs

Email resume to ikatz@execonline.com

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 is gradually taking over all other communication methods such as Excel/FTP/Email/Dropbox towards Cloud/Mobile. Having possession of the data also allows for new products to be created, such as BI. We're aiming for scale of tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of manufacturers.

We're looking for a principal engineer, a prolific coder who also knows when to slow down and go over things with a fine-tooth comb. It's an end-to-end engineering job - from studying the current user workflow, to modeling the new workflow, to creating new design and coordinating it with rest of the team, to coding, and then to verifying that the new workflow lives up to its mission.

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, greenfield, 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

jwoah12 1 day ago 0 replies      
BAMTech (formerly MLB Advanced Media) | Software Engineer | NYC | ONSITE

BAMTech is the technology and digital media company spun out of Major League Baseball, providing end-to-end content delivery solutions over web, mobile, and connected devices. In addition to baseball, our platform powers video and content for partners including HBO, PGA, WWE, NHL, and more. We operate at the cutting edge of digital media at a time when more people than ever are choosing to consume their media over the internet.

The Content Delivery Engineering (CDE) team builds the systems at BAMTech that enable client applications for all of our partner companies to consume the content and content metadata that power them. From team lineups and editorial articles on MLB.com to video metadata on the HBO Now mobile app to NHL team webpages, CDEs services and applications enable us to make content available to consumers.

As a CDE Software Engineer, you'll be part of a collaborative group of developers who are serious about delivering quality software. You'll also be encouraged to spend some of your time each sprint on professional development: take an online course, experiment with a new technology, or work on an internal side project.

The interview process consists of a 45-minute online/phone interview followed by a 4-hour onsite interview consisting of 4-5 technical sessions with team members.

If interested, please reach out to me (details in profile), or apply directly to the position: https://boards.greenhouse.io/majorleaguebaseballadvancedmedi...

dtwhitney 1 day ago 0 replies      
PINATA | Senior Frontend and Backend Engineers | New York, NY | ONSITE


We're building a marketplace for field marketing. What's that? Ever notice the people working a booth at Comic Con, or demoing an app at SXSW, or pouring a sample of whisky, and wonder, "what is that job and how did they get it?" That job is "field marketing", and how they got it: craigslist.

Almost a third of all marketing dollars go into field marketing, and it's managed with broken spreadsheets and scribbled down phone numbers. We're fixing it. We launched only a few months ago and just signed some major Fortune 500 clients. We push them live in a few weeks, and we've just finished raising our seed round. The runway looks great, and our team has a lot of experience in this field. It's a great time to join!


We like Facebook's OSS. It's well grounded in solid computer science fundamentals, and we feel those qualities will allow their frameworks to persist longer than most, so we're happily using React / React Native, GraphQL and Relay.

We also like the impact functional programming is having on JavaScript, and very happy to have Facebook's Flow for static type annotations. We're over-the-moon with ES6 (or whatever you want to call it) and looking forward to the new stuff in ES2017.

We like functional programming. We also like type systems. We're not quite advocates for Haskell, but we see it becoming more viable with each passing year, and while we wait for its eventual viability we're quite happy with Scala.

Our GraphQL API is backed by Scala, and we've bought into the ethos that GraphQL subtly preaches: CQRS/EventSourcing. We've built this largely with the Typelevel stack (cats/fs2/http4s/circe/eff/shapeless/doobie), and it's running on top of AWS Lambda and Kinesis.


We all attend and run meetups, organize conferences (http://www.nescala.org/) and read lots of papers, so this intellectual churn is constant within our tech community, and we are constantly looking for new people to bring something we haven't seen before.


Send me an email at dustin@gopinata.com

TDMLB101 1 day ago 0 replies      
BAMTech | New York, NY | (Sr.) Software Engineer || ONSITE or REMOTE, Full time

Join our team and help us drive the cord-cutting revolution! BAMTech, a subsidiary of MLB Advanced Media, isnt just about streaming Baseball we also manage HBO Now, NHL, Twitter NFL, Fox Sports Go, WWE, and several other content providers. You would be helping a team whose services act as the linchpin for video playback, handling new challenges of scale and speed in a rapidly growing industry. The company is aggressively expanding to meet increased demand, and you would be getting in on the ground floor of this new opportunity. You would help the team create new designs to meet our scaling demands, build out services in cloud infrastructure providers with exposure to AWS EC2, S3, Dynamo, and Kinesis, and help the team introduce new processes to scale. If you like tinkering with new technologies, have experience with high scale systems, or simply want to gain exposure to new tools, this team is a great fit. Youd be helping the team embrace microservices architecture with an emphasis on non-blocking, highly concurrent programming. Experience with Scala/Play/Akka is highly preferred, but not a requirement. With strong CS fundamentals and an entrepreneurial attitude, youd be an asset to our team.

Apply here: http://www.mlb.com/careers/mlbam/?gh_jid=262978Feel free to PM me for more information.

3dhubsamsterdam 13 hours ago 0 replies      
3D Hubs | Python Engineer (web), Senior Front-End Engineer (js), Data Engineer, Product Manager, UX Designer | Amsterdam, the Netherlands | Full-time

At 3D Hubs we are doing something that has never been done before; decentralising manufacturing by connecting people who want to 3D print to the people owning the machines. Today, 3D Hubs provides over 1 billion people access to a 3D printer within 10 miles of their home, that's almost 15% of the world population.

Being an engineer in the 3D Hubs team means having a direct impact and pioneering on the core engine that makes our platform unique as an online 3D printing solution for engineers around the globe.

We have a straight forward, standard recruiting process, with remote and on-site interviews at our offices in Amsterdam.

If you are an engineer at heart, a maker/builder that likes to pioneer and prototype in a fast paced, fast iterations environment, then we would love to hear from you.

Have a look at our open roles (https://www.3dhubs.com/jobs) and think if you want to join the 3D printing revolution.

juliagregory 1 day ago 0 replies      
Ouster | Engineering | San Francisco | ONSITE, Full Time

Ouster is a venture-backed startup located in San Francisco. We are developing advanced sensor hardware and vision algorithms for autonomous cars and drones. We're looking for software and hardware engineers interested in working on the systems that underpin modern robotics: high performance sensors, localization, mapping, object detection, tracking and classification. Our team is composed of engineers that wear many hats and enjoy building robots that cope with the messiness of the real world. All of us push code, some of us build hardware, and none of us wants to wait another decade for cars and drones to be driving themselves.

Open positions include: - Embedded Linux Engineer - Robot Perception Engineer - Data Scientist - Machine Learning - Data Scientist - Mapping

More information at https://ouster.io/careers/ or email directly at julia.gregory@ouster.io.

evanwillms 1 day ago 2 replies      
Blue Mesa Health | Software Developer | Vancouver, Canada or Remote | Full Time | REMOTE, http://www.bluemesahealth.com/

Blue Mesa Health is preventing type 2 diabetes by delivering a behavioral intervention program that helps at-risk individuals add healthier decisions and habits into their every day life. This is on the forefront of the digital therapeutics space with a clinically grounded program that's already showing strong results.

Our product team supports the human relationship between program participants and their dedicated health coach. Projects include:

* a multi-platform smartphone app designed to drive behavior change through education, rich communication, and habit trigger push notifications;

* backend data integration and analysis of activity tracker and weight scale data for outcome focused decision making; and

* rapid iteration towards human-computer hybrid communication with both the low hanging fruit of supportive information design and also application of machine learning for real-time chat response.

We're a small dev team using a Javascript everywhere stack (Express.js on Node.js for RESTful backend, Angular2 web app, Ionic2 mobile app) for maximum efficiency and collaboration. The next hires will be a major part of defining our technical culture.

It's my experience that strong developers can pick up almost any language and libraries with some time and support. I'd love to hear from anyone with grounding in web technologies, object-oriented domain modeling, and functional programming who has an interest in fostering effective team communication.

Email Evan.Willms at BlueMesaHealth com

admn2 1 day ago 0 replies      
Tiz | Full stack Engineer | Chicago | ONSITE | http://www.tiz.com

Tiz is a technology platform connecting restaurants, distributors, and suppliers in the beverage alcohol industry. We are a well funded, hungry team changing a huge industry that is ripe for innovation. We are looking for a well-rounded developer to help us bring modern technology to an archaic market.

Our core app is built on Ruby on Rails and Angular, so strong skills and experience with Rails is a must. We also need someone with versatile chops who can help us integrate with various backends that often times take some creative thinking to connect and maintain. Our goal is to deliver a delightful user experience, so having some design / ux sensibilities is important.

We are looking for someone to work full-time. Were a distributed team, but bonus points if youre located in Chicago and can work in our River North office space.

Background:4+ years experience with RailsStrong knowledge of HTML, CSS, and Javascript (and frameworks like Angular and React)Pragmatic critical thinking in order to deliver practical solutionsAbility to communicate effectively in our remote environmentTop performer while being a humble team player

Send resumes to info (at) tiz.com

curbside 1 day ago 1 reply      
Take a stab at our little challenge and ensure your CV gets reviewed by our team: curl https://challenge.curbside.comCurbside is enabling a new way to shop, built for the era of instant mobile commerce. The Curbside app makes it easy to find, buy and pickup products at nearby stores. Curbside searches realtime local inventory across retailers and uses location-based technologies to alert stores when a customer is arriving for a pickup. Curbside helps consumers quickly get what they need and helps retailers better serve their increasingly mobile centric customers. The Curbside Merchant Console enables alerts to staff as customers arrive to pick up orders and also manages online order workflow.

Curbsides investors include Sutter Hill Ventures, Index Ventures, Jerry Yangs AME Cloud Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures, Eric Schmidts Innovation Endeavors, OReilly AlphaTech Ventures, Gil Elbaz & David Waxmans TenOneTen and Chicago Ventures.

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

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

https://curbside.com/jobs Palo Alto, Ca. Relocation Available Sorry at this time we cannot sponsor NEW H-1Bs, but we can transfer existing visas and sponsor new E3s, TNs, and O-1s.

carterhaugh 1 day ago 0 replies      
Carterhaugh | Business Development Specialist | San Francisco, CA | REMOTE or ONSITE, Full-time

Carterhaugh is a San Francisco-based software development and technical solution agency. We tackle real engineering challenges so that our clients can focus on their core competencies and on growing their businesses. Our team is led by MIT grads. Were experts in native mobile and the latest technologies for backend and frontend web development, IoT and connected car software integrations, and automotive infotainment solutions. We help corporate clients with proofs of concept, live deployments, and new technology initiatives. We engage selectively with funded technology-first startups. Previous clients include Live Nation, Honda, Acura, and the New York Times Company.

You will be responsible for securing new business for Carterhaugh by developing decision-maker contacts and closing new business with a value-oriented sales approach. Were looking for a focused, team-oriented, and insightful person to grow the business and lead all aspects of the lead generation and deal flow process.

Email us - contact AT carterhaugh.com

version2 1 day ago 0 replies      
Version2 | AWS Solution Architect | Contract | REMOTE

Version 2 is a Serverless consulting firm focused on helping clients transition to AWS specifically using the Serverless computing model.We are Technologists at heart, and we excel at creating & delivering maintainable software solutions to our clients. To that end, we believe that implementing a certain class of solutions on AWS while taking advantage of a Serverless architecture reduces time to market, minimizes maintenance, and increases overall productivity.

We helped multiple companies in their migration to AWS while using Amazon Lambda in conjuction with other AWS PaaS services. We are currently looking for a contract AWS Solutions Architect who is very hands on in Java to join the team. You will be working 100% remote (WITHIN USA ONLY) and working on guiding clients migrate to AWS.


 - Expert level fluency in Java and one other programming language (JS(Node), Go, Python, Scala etc). - Interest in exploring new technologies and making recommendations. - Have a public Github/Twitter/Blog profile with articles/talks on AWS. - Experience in Cloud Formation, ECS, Docker, Kafka, etc - Able to work 100% remote on a Contract basis.
If interested, please send your public profile to: dee@version.to

briankircho 1 day ago 0 replies      
Dokkio | Front-End JavaScript; Back-End JavaScript; DevOps | San Francisco Bay Area (San Mateo, CA) | Onsite Only, Full time

About Dokkio: Teams everywhere use a wide variety of cloud file services like Dropbox, Google Drive, Box and others to share billions of files a day. Then its nearly impossible to find and manage all those files. Dokkio provides a better way to search your content, give it business context, organize it, work on it with others -- to make content-focused teamwork more effective. Join us and become part of the founding technology team of a funded company.

Our Stack: React/Webpack/ES6, Node.js, PostgreSQL, Redis, Elasticsearch, AWS, Docker

Positions: - JavaScript Front-End Engineer - JavaScript Back-End Engineer - DevOps Engineer

Email us your resume at jobs-engineer@dokkio.com or jobs-devops@dokkio.com. For full job descriptions, see http://dokkio.com/#jobs

kubatyszko 23 hours ago 0 replies      
ZestFinance | Sr. Devops Engineer | Los Angeles | Onsite Full-Time http://www.zestfinance.com

ZestFinance is a well-funded FinTech startup founded in 2009 to provide fair and transparent credit to everyone. With our machine learning technology, we've been able to disrupt credit market and continue to innovate in this space.

As a Sr. DevOps Engineer you will be responsible for engineering our infrastructure with the same care and commitment as we do our software. From building software delivery pipelines to working with developers to ensure best systems engineering practices - our team is responsible for the uptime of our and our clients business critical systems.


 * Serve as a primary point responsible the overall health, performance, and capacity of our business systems * Assist in the roll-out and deployment of new releases to facilitate our rapid iteration and constant growth * Develop tools to improve our ability to rapidly deploy and effectively monitor our application stack. * Work closely with software engineers to ensure our applications are designed with "operability" in mind * Participate in a 24x7 on call rotation * Ensure high reliability of our services

 * Prior experience in an enterprise facing technical operations role * 5+ years in a UNIX-based operations role * Deep UNIX/Linux systems knowledge and/or systems administration background managing large business critical deployments * Strong troubleshooting skills that span systems, network, and code * Demonstrated programming skills in one or more of: Python, Ruby, Java, C, Shell * Experience with cloud technologies such as AWS, Google Cloud
Apply here: https://www.zestfinance.com/careers.html?p=job%2FoLmP4fwK#op...

misterballs 1 day ago 0 replies      
Fillr | Senior JavaScript and Mobile Engineer | Melbourne, Australia | ONSITE, VISA, https://www.fillr.com

Fillr is the world's most accurate autofill (it's actually true, we've benchmarked!). We provide autofill as a service to browser vendors and apps looking to boost their stickiness and conversion rates.

Our stack covers a heap of JavaScript in a bunch of flavours, desktop browser extensions, iOS and Android apps, mobile SDKs, machine learning, automation, and much more.

We are looking for a Senior Engineer who is a genuine problem solver across a range of technologies on the front-end and backend. If you have demonstrable expertise in our JS/Android/iOS stack over a number of years you are the person we are looking for.

Fillr is backed by some of the biggest names in venture capital in the Asia region and are partnering with some of the biggest businesses, so now is a great time to get on board and join the Fillr family.

If you have the verified skills and want to work on a product that is actually the best at it's job in the world alongside a bunch of really nice people in cosmopolitan Prahan, you should apply! Email your CV to talent@fillr.com.

Must haves:

 - JavaScript/TypeScript/CoffeeScript, ReactJS, Node - Java + Android SDK or - Objective C/Swift + iOS SDK 
Nice to Haves:

 +++ Chrome Extensions/Web Extensions ++ Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing + Computer Science or engineering degree or a good theoretical foundation for elegant problem solving + DevOps/AWS expertise

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).

cianuro 1 day ago 0 replies      
Chartbeat | Senior Backend Engineer | NYC, NY | Onsite, Full Time https://chartbeat.com/careers/?gh_jid=149293

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

EllaGorev 1 day ago 0 replies      
Nulogy | Toronto, Canada | Apprenticeship| Link Apprenticeship for Women-identified Developers | see.nulogy.com/apprenticeship/|

We are looking for two woman-identified developers to join our team as apprentices!Link is a paid three month developer apprenticeship which transitions into a full-time role upon successful completion of the program. Youwill be partnered with technical mentors to strengthen your programming fundamentals, beginning with the core agile technical practices, and then moving on to applying them in our production codebase.

The Link Apprenticeship is for women who are early-stage developers and are looking to ground their existing knowledge in strong technical practices. Whether you are a new graduate, have worked as a developer for several years or are self-taught, your skills are valued and wed like to hear from you!

Beyond experience or education were looking if you:

-Display a pattern of continuous growth in your personal or professional life

-Have taken ownership over your own learning

-Can break down complex problems and communicate them clearly

-Are curious and guided by a growth-mindset

Read this blog post to learn more: https://medium.com/nulogy/nulogys-link-apprenticeship-progra...

APPLY HERE: http://nulogy.applytojob.com/apply/me45KRgipV/Link-Apprentic...

chollier 1 day ago 0 replies      
Quri [http://quri.com] | San Francisco, CA, USA | Full time | Onsite

We have open position for Senior Front-End Engineer, Data Engineer, Senior Back-End Engineer, Senior Full-Stack Engineer, QA Engineer ! see all jobs at https://jobs.lever.co/quri?lever-via=eUrFrvwL9K

We're looking for experienced engineers to join our small (about a dozen) but growing team of focused, dedicated, and passionate technologists who thrive using a variety of tools to solve real world business problems. We're building product with cutting-edge technologies such as React / React Native / Babel / ES2017 - stage 0 / FlowType / Jest / GraphQL / RelayJS / Apollo Client / Rails (ok not that cutting edge) / Elixir / Docker / more buzzwords techs (but really we use all these technologies)

Quri is transforming retail execution by providing real-time, store-level visibility into the performance of products and promotions in 150,000 retail locations across 6,000 cities. Partners like Procter & Gamble, Heineken, Nest, Unilever, Kraft, Nestle, Coke, Kimberly Clark and 200 other global companies rely on us to unlock growth and increase the ROI of their $1 Trillion in trade spend and new product introductions annually. Quri is powered by an innovative combination of big data analytics fed through mobile technology used by our on-demand retail workforce. Today, Quri is the market leader in Retail Intelligence Technology providing the industrys most innovative, easy-to-use solution for transforming retail execution to drive ROI.

sharethisTA 1 day ago 0 replies      
ShareThis | Data Science Engineer | Palo Alto | ONSITE ONSITE Full-Time | H1B Transfers OK

Open positions:

Principal Software Engineer - Data Science Platform

Senior 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

iagthrowaway 1 day ago 0 replies      
Insurance Australia Group (IAG) | DevOps/SRE | Sydney | FULL-TIME, ONSITE http://www.iag.com.au

A permanent role has opened up in our little skunkworks DevOps team inside the IAG enterprise (think NRMA, CGU, SGIO, SGIC, Coles insurance etc.).

We build and run a lightweight PaaS used by a large number of IAGs Agile digital teams. The key technologies we use are Docker, Rancher, and RightScale. We are multi-cloud between public AWS and private VMWare vCenters, and operate many environments from the ground up using infrastructure as code and automation. We help teams build and run their own apps, primarily in Java or NodeJS, but as a team we favour writing our internal tooling using Golang. Weve migrated existing huge, awkward COTS deployments onto this PaaS as well as helped build greenfield 12-factor apps from the ground up. Ancillary technologies in play are: RedHats JBoss and Enterprise Linux; the Netflix OSS stack; Spring Boot; the Elastic Stack; HAProxy; Nginx; Prometheus/Grafana; Zipkin; Bamboo; goCD; Ansible.

Sorry - no visa or remote opportunities. Please reach out if interested. Martin.Baillie@iag (domain in title)

octopi 1 day ago 0 replies      
Dexter | Full Stack Engineer | New York, NY | Full time | https://rundexter.com/

Dexter is a startup here in NYC that's focused on helping marketers, business professionals, and creatives build chatbots without doing any coding. Our existing users and clients include folks from all walks of life, from real estate agents trying to automate lead generation to humorists writing joke bots to huge international brands launching marketing campaigns with us.

All current open roles: Full Stack Engineer, Junior Front End Engineer, Junior Full Stack Engineer

Our stack: NodeJS backend; React/Redux/Sass frontend; Redis/MySQL/Elastic storage; PHP/Laravel legacy systems; AWS hosting.

We're based out of the betaworks space in meatpacking and came out of betaworks' Hacker-in-Residence program last year (past companies that went through this program include Dots, Giphy, Poncho, and Blend). We closed a $2.3mm seed financing round last summer and are looking to add to our small but growing team.

I'm the VP of Engineering & Strategy at Dexter, feel free to get in touch directly: david (at) rundexter (dot) com. You can also apply at http://jobs.rundexter.com

odderik 1 day ago 0 replies      
MazeMap | Machine Learning Engineer | Trondheim, Norway | www.mazemap.com

MazeMap provides indoor maps and navigation services. We are a 3-year-old start-up, but already work with customers on all continents. Our goal is making indoor maps as ubiquitous as outdoors maps. The only way to achieve this is through automation. To support this effort, we are looking for a machine learning engineer for our AI team in Trondheim, Norway.

Look here for more details:


squeral 1 day ago 0 replies      
Zappar | Technical Support / Documentation Writers | London | https://www.zappar.com

Zappar is an award-winning mobile Augmented Reality app powering experiences for some of the world's biggest brands. We're an intentionally small team who take great pride in our work from the first line of code to the last pixel of our epic content, and we're thrilled to have delivered tens of millions of Zappar experiences to users around the globe.

We are looking for creative and technically minded documentation writers to join their team. The role involves providing front-line support to users of Zappar's next-generation AR tools, writing documentation, working with our videographer to produce video support materials and interacting closely with the Platform team to log issues.

Must haves:

 Experience and skill using scripting languages such as ActionScript or JavaScript Excellent command of English Good problem solving skills and a self-starter attitude
Nice to haves:

 Experience with 3D tools such as Blender / Maya / 3ds max Some knowledge of game engine tools, e.g. Unity / Unreal
At Zappar we know that nothing beats the feeling of having your software running on tens of millions of excited users' devices. Wed love you to get in touch and help us reimagine how people experience and interact with the world around them.

nsrivast 1 day ago 0 replies      
Twine | Part-time Senior Developer | New York, NY | ONSITE https://www.twinelabs.com

Twine helps companies hire from within. Our algorithms recommend high-potential employees for open roles, enabling HR/Talent execs to reduce attrition and save massively on hiring.

We just signed up our first Fortune 1000 customers and are looking for experienced developers (5+ yrs in industry, preferably enterprise) to work part-time but onsite (20-40 hrs/week, midtown Manhattan). Weve had success in the past with senior engineers in-between gigs or looking for freelance work. Current openings:

- Full stack [Django/Postgres]

- Data science [Python(scikit)/R]

We know intimately the challenges and opportunities of internal mobility, and were building a product that companies want. You know how to build secure, scalable, enterprise-strength software. You also know the (high) quality and value of your work, and you work for market rates.

Please send a portfolio/resume to careers@twinelabs.com if interested.

squeral 1 day ago 1 reply      
Zappar | App Developer | London | https://www.zappar.com

Zappar is an award-winning mobile Augmented Reality app powering experiences for some of the world's biggest brands. We're an intentionally small team who take great pride in our work from the first line of code to the last pixel of our epic content, and we're thrilled to have delivered tens of millions of Zappar experiences to users around the globe.

Zappars apps are at the core of our offering. Theyre the portal to the amazing Augmented Reality content that has delighted the millions of users who have downloaded and used our apps so far. With a great user base comes a great responsibility to innovate and improve whilst maintaining ease of use and reliability. Thats why were looking for talented cross-platform app developers ready to take on a new set of challenges.In addition to our own apps we also help our customers to embed Zappar technology in their apps a process with its own set of challenges and rewards.

Must have:

 Solid knowledge and experience of multiple mobile platforms, preferably iOS and Android Android candidates must have excellent Java skills iOS candidates must be proficient in Objective-C 
Nice to have experience of (if not, you'll be learning it quickly):

 Android NDK JavaScript C++

zecto 22 hours ago 0 replies      
MSC | DevOps | Bethesda MD, Washington DC | ONSITE, VISA, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

Medical Science & Computing (MSC) is hiring DevOps at the National Center for Biotechnology Information

Tech: Linux, Python, Django, Scala/Finagle, C/C++, SaltStack, consul, packer, linkerd, Jenkins/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 and/or apply here:


robertcorey 1 day ago 1 reply      
General Electric Digital | Software Engineers, DevOps, Oracle DBAs, Technical Project Managers | Providence, RI | On-site - Full-time

GE Digital is hiring many different roles for our Providence, RI location. I started working here this past October and I'm really enjoying it. GE Digital is intended to be a startup within the GE organization so we have some nice perks not usually found in a corporate environment like casual dress, free drinks, macbooks, and the ability to work from home. You will have the opportunity to touch lots of different tech, I was hired as a front end developer but now Im doing backend and hybrid apps.

Providence is a great city. There's a thriving arts, events and restaurants scene but the cost of living is much lower than Boston or NYC. I dont drive and find I can get around easily with busses, walking, and my bike. Many of us that live in the city hang out together as well, in fact a group of us are going rock climbing after work today.

Here's a list of roles we're currently hiring for:

 -Software Engineer- .NET -Software Engineering Specialist C# .Net -Software Engineering Specialist- Front-end -Sr Software Engineer C# .Net -Sr Software Engineer- Front-end -Sr Software Engineer- Backend -Software Engineer- Databases Oracle DBMS -Sr Software Engineer- Databases Oracle DBMS -Sr Software Engineer DevOps -Sr Technical Project Manager -Software Architect
If you're interested please send a resume to me at robert.corey@ge.com along with what role/s you are interested in. Questions are fine as well (: . Here's my linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-corey-7404b395/ which uses my personal email robertbcorey@gmail.com.

Here's the public job listings as well https://www.ge.com/careers/opportunities?keyword=&country=Un...

no visa's, sorry

jobs_listings 1 day ago 0 replies      
Suran Systems | Front-End Web Developer | Versailles, KY | ONSITE

Suran Systems, Inc. seeks a full-time front-end web application developer. Experience with (preferably) Ember, Ruby on Rails or other web development framework is ideal, but not required. Experience with Javascript, CSS, general design principles, PostgreSQL, Agile development techniques, test-driven-development, and Mac OS X/Linux is a plus, but not required. Recent college graduates are preferred, but we are open to hiring an experienced professional. Compensation will be offered based on experience.

Were looking for a talented, creative, and dedicated developer with a passion for quality work, friendly demeanor, and the ability to master new technology and concepts quickly. This position offers a mix of solitary and team development and often requires self-direction in program design and choice of technology.

Suran Systems, Inc. is an established software development company with nearly 30 years experience and a growing national and international user base primarily in the religious and non-profit industry. This is a full-time salaried position with full benefits. Applicants will work on-site at our corporate headquarters in Versailles, KY. Telecommuting is not available for this position.

Send a resume to jobs@suran.com to apply for this position.

indomitable 1 day ago 0 replies      
Ultimate Software | Ft. Lauderdale FL, Atlanta GA, Toronto CA | Onsite/Remote | http://www.ultimatesoftware.com/careers

Ultimate Software is hiring for a large number of full time development positions, including:

 - Data Architect - Software Engineers (Java, C#, Golang, Python), - Software Test Engineers, and more.
About 20% of our Product Development team works from home. We have an unbelievable benefits/401K package, so apply to Fortunes #1 Best Tech Company to Work For in 2016 today. Here is a link to our Java Software Engineer role we have available, but feel free to check out the other opportunities on our site as well! https://recruiting.ultipro.com/usg1006/JobBoard/dfc53730-57d...

You can also email resumes to techcareers AT ultimatesoftware.com

gesteves 1 day ago 0 replies      
Vox Media, Inc. | Front-End Engineer | DC, NYC | REMOTE | https://www.voxmedia.com

Vox Media builds smart media brands people love, empowering trusted digital voices with proprietary technology to create and distribute stories to an audience of hundreds of millions of young adults worldwide. Vox Media is eight distinct brands: The Verge (Technology and Culture), Vox (General News), SB Nation (Sports), Eater (Food and Nightlife), Polygon (Gaming), Racked (Shopping), Eater (Food and Nightlife), Curbed (Real Estate and Home), and Recode (Technology and Business).

Come join our award-winning revenue team as a front-end engineer and rethink, rebuild, and fund the future of journalism and online storytelling. You'll help build the custom display advertising platform and authoring tools that power our beautiful high-impact ads, immersive native advertising features, and reporting dashboards that help our teams measure success.


mogigoma 21 hours ago 0 replies      
Online | Junior Pentester | USA/CAN | REMOTE https://obsglobal.com

We need someone that can program/automate various tools and processes to join our team as a Junior Pentester. The ability and desire to learn about security, and the ability to create automation is more important than pentesting experience. Our pentest team consists of half-a-dozen people working remotely in the US and Canada.

A more complete job posting, including application instructions, can be found here: https://gist.github.com/mogigoma/a5f3c114cf52b7ba594932eb626...

ben11kehoe 1 day ago 0 replies      
iRobot | Cloud Robotics Software Engineer | Boston area

As a pioneer in the robot industry, iRobot's goal is to drive innovation, serve as an industry catalyst and change the world by fueling the era of robots.

iRobot is at the bleeding edge of serverless cloud architecture. Our production cloud application supporting our connected robot fleet is built on AWS and uses zero EC2 instances (but yes, it does use S3). Hear about some of the work we're doing here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yGa2O9qZ95w

Plus, there's robots! And IoT! And creating the future of the Smart Home. It may seem like a veritable buzzword soup, but our commitment as a company is to delivering actual value to users, rather than creating technology for technology's sake.

Apply at https://careers-irobot.icims.com/jobs/3067/cloud-robotics-so... and/or contact me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ben11kehoe/

There are other job openings available, especially in computer vision: http://www.irobot.com/About-iRobot/Careers.aspx

zampano 1 day ago 0 replies      
AnyPerk | Senior DevOps Engineer, Frontend Engineer | SF | https://anyperk.com

AnyPerk helps customers build cultures of appreciation and recognition, knowing that happier employees make for better business.

We're currently looking to hire for a few different roles (you can see all of them here: https://jobs.lever.co/anyperk) but we're particularly focused on filling our open Senior DevOps Engineer (https://jobs.lever.co/anyperk/71a1e378-aec1-445a-85d3-3603fe...) and Frontend Engineer (https://jobs.lever.co/anyperk/aba0d007-f8f1-4f5c-87c4-28259f...) positions.

If you have any questions about either role, please email me at mornellas at anyperk.com :)

aee333 1 day ago 0 replies      
HealthVerity | Philadelphia, PA | ONSITE | Permanent

Full Stack Developer, Healthcare Data Engineer, Director - Data Warehousing, Healthcare Data Scientist


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.comSee job descriptions here: https://app.jobvite.com/j?bj=o8MI4fwq&s=Hacker_News

welchmt 1 day ago 0 replies      
Ripple | San Francisco, CA | Fulltime | www.ripple.com | Eng Manager, Infosec, API Engineer, Data Engineer, Product Manager, Designer |

Here at Ripple we're creating blockchain software infrastructure for financial institutions. We recently raised a $55 Million Dollar Series B and have expanded to 5 locations across the world! You will be the core component building out our global financial services for the worlds biggest banks, handling up to 127 trillion payments worldwide.


We're looking to hire:

-Engineering Manager to oversee our most central and largest team! -Information Security Engineer-Senior Software Engineer, APIs-Data Engineer ETL/hadoop. -Product Manager Data/Tools and Analytics-Software Engineer Intern-Associate Designer and coordinator.

We primarily code in NodeJS, we use and contribute to open source software and most of our team have been writing JavaScript and Node for many years and know the ins and outs of the ecosystem very well. On the operations side we're in AWS, make extensive use of docker and use salt and terraform. In Addition most of our team comes from a diverse coding background, and we are always open to engineers excellent experience with Node, Java, Ruby, Scala, Python, GO and more!

Ripple is growing fast. We've got great funding (inc. Google Ventures & Andreessen Horowitz), and a very strong team here. Feel free to email me with any questions: mwelch@ripple.com (My name is Matt). Or apply through the links provided on our careers page.


brianr 1 day ago 0 replies      
Rollbar | https://rollbar.com | San Francisco or REMOTE | Dir. Product Marketing, Contract SDK Engineers

About Rollbar:

* We help tens of thousands of developers find and fix errors faster.

* Our backend handles billions of errors with low latency and high reliability.

* Our front-end allows developers to discover and drill down across millions of errors in real-time.

* Our open source libraries are used by some of the best engineering teams in the world, including Kayak, Twilio, Heroku, Zendesk, Instacart and Twitch.

* We're a 19-person team (SF, LA, Las Vegas, Fort Worth, Barcelona, Nomad) building tools that make developers' lives better.

* Benefits and perks: competitive salary and stock options, medical, dental and vision insurance, annual conference budget, generous hardware and software allowance, casual work environment, inclusive team-oriented culture, rapid career growth opportunities, have fun and have an impact.

We're looking for:

* Director of Product Marketing

* Contract SDK Engineer (Ruby, PHP)

To get in touch, please apply via https://rollbar.com/jobs

lvandeyar 1 day ago 0 replies      
Kipu Systems | Manager, Cloud Operations & IT| Miami, FL | Full-time ONSITE https://kipusystems.com

About the Team -The Cloud Operations Team is responsible for the engineering and maintenance of the cloud infrastructure which supports the Kipu Systems SasS product. The Cloud Operations Team is also responsible for all corporate IT services.

The Information Technology Team is responsible for all corporate IT services and any computer related equipment that supports the business including laptops, telecommunication devices, tablets, smartphones, printers, local area networks, wide area networks, or any other related hardware or software.

About the Job -The Manager of Cloud Operations & IT is the leader of both teams from a technical and personnel perspective. This is a full time position based in our Downtown Miami office and you must be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis for any employer.

http://kipusystems.com/careers/#mgrclouditPlease email your resume to jobs (at) kipusystems.com

tasuki 1 day ago 0 replies      
KwiqJobs | Scala or Android | Bielefeld, Germany | REMOTE OK http://www.kwiqjobs.com

KwiqJobs turns the waiting time of people into a new resource for companies and researchers. We are building a mobile crowd-sourcing platform that uses the waiting time of people for a wide range of crowd-sourcing tasks, including machine learning, reviewing of user generated content, market research, and mobile advertising. We are Mechanical Turk for mobile.

We already launched closed beta and are currently on-boarding our first paying customers. Now its time to scale internationally - we seek open-minded, highly motivated and team-oriented developers to join our small team.

We offer:

- 100% tech-startup experience with a fun team and challenging tech-projects

- A stylish workplace in Bielefeld with the best coffee in town (if you wish to work on-site)

- Remote working (preferably from Europe)

You should be ready for:

- Startup-Life (fast-paced environment and agile close-to-customer development)

- Hack-a-ton

- Fame & Glory

Shoot me an email at vit.brunner@kwiqjobs.com!

richchurcher 1 day ago 0 replies      
Enspiral Dev Academy | Bootcamp Teacher/Developer | Wellington, New Zealand | ONSITE

Enspiral Dev Academy (EDA) is on the lookout for teachers! Teachers who are professional programmers, who love programming and want to share it with others. We are developing NZs next generation of technical talent and we believe that learning how to work effectively with other people is just as important as the craft of programming.

EDA is New Zealands first developer bootcamp that trains exceptional beginners on the fundamentals of web development. We take pride in graduating students who are quick learners and matched to the current industry requirements.

Teachers lead by example, demonstrating their passion for learning and their commitment to programming as a craft.

Being a teacher at EDA is more like being a trekking guide rather than a follow-the-textbook style lecturer. Teachers lead discussions, guide inquiry, pair programme with students, emphasise key areas, support students in their projects and challenges, and provide feedback to students and each other.

What we need is:

* Minimum 3 years experience with web development

* Knowledge of JavaScript/EcmaScript 6, Node.js/npm, React and Redux

* Someone who understands teaching and what it means to support a students learning journey.

A more complete description and application is available here: http://www.trademe.co.nz/jobs/it/programming-development/lis... .

atrachelh 1 day ago 0 replies      
Crew | Engineering and Design | San Francisco | ONSITE, Full Time

Crew is a messaging and productivity app that's geared towards workers who don't sit in front of a computer for work, providing a single way for employees and managers to communicate using the phones they already have. We are helping thousands of businesses, schools, fire departments, and even sports leagues communicate with their teams all in one place. You can see what customers have to say about us in the Apple App Store with 4+ stars and Google Play (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.crewapp.an...)

We're growing our team, hiring engineers (frontend, backend, iOS, Android) and product designers. Check out all our open roles here: https://jobs.lever.co/crewapp

Feel free to reach out to me directly- rachel (at) crewapp (dot) com

hagridaaron91 1 day ago 0 replies      
Fuller Theological Seminary | Web Developer | Pasadena CA | Link to Reddit Post: http://bit.ly/fullerwebdev

PHP | Javascript | Angular JS | SQL

This position serves as the technical lead on the development and support of web platforms in service of the schools strategic needs in a changing environment for higher education. This position will serve as the technical anchor for a growing team of developers and UX/UI designers collaborating with faculty, business analysts and technologists to build new experiences and solve problems at the frontier of graduate education in theology, psychology, and culture. While this developer need not be a visual designer, they will need to understand and apply design thinking as an iterative, problem-solving methodology.This position will support and develop some key systems. They will also be called upon to advise and teach more junior staff and to help troubleshoot aspects of existing systems that fall within their expertise. This position will also be tasked with cross-training with other staff and to assist with technical components on collaborative projects with departments outside ITS.Higher education is in the midst of a revolution. Theological higher ed is experiencing these changes in interesting and challenging ways. This position is situated in a team that will be working on designing and iterating solutions to those challenges at one of the largest and most innovative seminaries in the world. The schedule for this position is flexible.

stinger 1 day ago 0 replies      
Chegg | Senior Software Engineer | Santa Clara, San Francisco | Onsite, Visa Sponsorship Available, https://jobs.chegg.com/job/CHEGA0056322/Senior-Software-Engi...

As the leading student-first connected learning platform, Chegg's Student Hub makes higher education more affordable and more accessible, all while improving student outcomes. The Chegg Student Hub services include: Textbook Rentals, Chegg Study, Chegg Tutoring, Test Prep, Careers Search, etc. Chegg is a publicly-held company based in Santa Clara, California, trades on the NYSE under the symbol CHGG and has 900+ employees with offices in Santa Clara, San Francisco, Portland, New York, Israel, Ukraine, Germany and India.

Chegg out our culture, free lunches and other benefits!

Chegg Benefits: http://www.chegg.com/jobs/benefits

Chegg for Good: http://blog.chegg.com/category/chegg-for-good/

Life at Chegg: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYHnkwiD7Oo

Chegg UX Design Page: http://www.cheggux.com/

dbachelder 1 day ago 0 replies      
Zumper/PadMapper is hiring!

We are doing innovative stuff in the apartment rental space. We have a two sided market and tools for both sides! Come work with us and help solve a problem that effects pretty much everyone at one time or another: finding a place to live.

Zumper/PadMapper | Infrastructure Engineer | SF | ONSITE, https://jobs.lever.co/zumper/51b45c4e-798e-4e85-b3b0-287b8c4...

Zumper/PadMapper | Backend Python Engineer | SF | ONSITE, https://jobs.lever.co/zumper/f10fda2d-331e-478e-82a0-64cb0fc...

We have a very senior backend team and we are looking to expand and modernize. We are looking for people with at least a couple years of professional Python experience. These are mid-senior roles. Ideally you are already located in SF so we can move quickly and get you on the team!

liangzan 1 day ago 0 replies      
Courex - www.storeviva.com | Engineering all levels | Singapore | Full Time(60% remote)

# What the company does

Courex is an 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 in a huge traditional industry

# What the job entails

We are looking to add 2 engineers. We allow our engineers to work from home 3 days a week. We have 2 stacks: one is Node.js with a React frontend + stored procedures, triggers and functions doing the heavy work in the DB; one is React frontend with Haskell + Scala.

# Contact

No formal qualifications needed. Please email zan+hn@courex.com.sg if you are interested.

DonPellegrino 1 day ago 0 replies      
Nordam Group | Fullstack Software Developer | Tulsa, OK | Onsite (relocation available)

Were an independent development team inside The NORDAM Group building a brand new public web service. The aerospace industry were modernizing has yet to fully benefit from the data revolution. We pride ourselves on our startup approach: we leverage modern technologies and methodologies and we prefer results over tradition. By being a totally separate unit in a large corporation, we benefit from its support and extensive business network, without all the downsides that come with software development at larger companies.

Our product needs to handle information at scale, safely. We deal with items often worth tens of thousands of dollars or more. We do things the right way from the first time - cutting corners is not worth it in our case.

You know Ruby inside and out, both the pretty and the ugly. You can tell when a piece of code will be inefficient just by looking at it and you know how to optimize it. However, you are not married to any programming language and would welcome the opportunity to learn a new one on the job with open arms.

As an early dev hire, you will be in a unique position to work on virtually all aspects of our product and have a strong voice in product and technology strategy. This position is a great opportunity for a smart and ambitious developer to advance their career and have a major impact on a large, important and clean project

Contact me at simon.grondin@outlook.com and I'll put you in touch with the right people.

dmangot 1 day ago 0 replies      
Papertrail (Solarwinds) | Lead Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) | San Francisco | ONSITE

http://bit.ly/2krNaNmFor more information, email dmangot[at]librato[dot]com with the subject line [Hacker News Papertrail Ops]

If your idea of fun is ingesting terabytes and terabytes of data 24 hours a day, then we've got the job for you. Papertrail is looking for a lead SRE to help build, improve, and manage our high performance stream processing pipeline. This is truly one of those jobs where you and your developers/ops 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 SRE 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 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 SRE practices 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.

riparian 1 day ago 0 replies      
Riparian LLC - NYC, NY - Onsite Full-time Lead Engineer / Backend Engineer - Not currently offering visa sponsorship

Historically a consulting firm, Riparian delivers pricing & contracting strategy, analysis, and other managed services related to pharmaceutical pricing and revenue management. We have an incredibly rare opportunity to build a product in an industry ripe for disruption (Pharma enterprise SaaS software for Government Pricing).

We're looking for an Overall Lead Engineer as well as a Backend Lead (https://angel.co/riparian-1/). Ideal candidates will have deep experience in data design/processing, containerization, and performing calculations over large datasets. This hire will lay the foundation for our product team and have the ability to grow into the lead engineer of our product organization.

If interested, please email mshaw@riparian.com or apply on AngelList https://angel.co/riparian-1/

crueoj 1 day ago 0 replies      
Zoomi Inc. | Multiple | Nashua, NH and REMOTE | http://zoomiinc.com/careers/

Everyone has their own unique learning style. So why dont corporate training programs typically take this into account? One-size-fits-all training modules are not an effective way to train employees.

To prove training success, learning leaders must measure and track employee results. Demonstrating learning effectiveness and measuring success is about more than quiz and test results, satisfaction surveys and the number of courses completed.

Using Zoomi, companies can maximize training efforts through increased completion rates, improved course effectiveness, reduced training costs, increased employee productivity and improved learner engagement.

Zoomis analytics will help your company demonstrate the correlation between training performance and business outcomes, making employee training an integral part of the business strategy, rather than a cost center factored into the annual budget.

Zoomi is hiring for several positions on our engineering and research teams. Come join our team and change the way the world learns.

slap_shot 1 day ago 0 replies      
Technical Co-Founder (Big Data, Data Integration, Data pipelines) | New York City / Remote

Stealth startup based in Brooklyn seeking a third technical co-founder. Were two engineers that have worked together for before and founded the company last year. Working to make data (big and small) easier for companies of all sizes. Were deeply disappointed with the ETL tools in the market and are taking a new approach. Our product focuses on usability, reliability, and security. We integrate with the most common data sources (data bases/warehouses, Hadoop, cloud services) across the three major clouds: AWS, GCP, and Azure. Our product has a hosted model and a self-hosted/on-prem (quick deployment) model to meet the needs of any customer.

Our stack is centered around containerizing everything (using Kubernetes). This allows us to use the right programming language for the right task. We use Java, Scala, Python and Go. Our web app is Rails and React.

We have been working on the product for nearly a year but will give up to 33% of the founding equity for the right hire. We are looking for someone who is pragmatic, efficient, relentlessly resourceful, and focused.

Necessary experience: data warehousing, data pipelines (streaming and batch), cloud computing, containers, mastery of at least one of these: Java/Scala/Python/C++.

Email us at stealthdatanyc@gmail.com. Tell us what you think we need to know about you.

zbruhnke 1 day ago 0 replies      
Cyndx Networks | Full Time, Onsite | Santa Monica, CA | Devops, Backend, Frontend |

At Cyndx Networks we're re-thinking the Capital raising process using a data-driven model to both recommend investors for companies as well as reach out to them and power your fundraise.

Our clients range from Huge Investment Banks (You've heard of them) to growth stage startups that you may already not know or have yet to hear of.

We operate with a completely flat structure, where independence and automony is the norm. We take an open and collaborative approach to solving massive problems. Everyone has a voice.

We truly care about work/life balance. You wont be chained to your desk. We are a Slack driven culture, no emails (except for your lunch orders), or useless meetings. We have a very unique opportunity to tackle the massive industry of investment banking.

If this sounds interesting shoot us an email to jobs@cyndx.net

Devops: http://www.builtinla.com/job/devops-engineer-50

Backend Engineer: http://www.builtinla.com/job/backend-engineer-6

Frontend Engineer: http://www.builtinla.com/job/frontend-engineer-3

pyrox420 1 day ago 2 replies      
AccuLynx | Software Engineer, Frontend Engineer | Beloit, WI / Rockford, IL | Full-time, ONSITE (Relocation available)

AccuLynx helps construction contractors manage their whole company. We are expanding our 13 person team and adding a Software Engineer and a Frontend Engineer. We have quite a bit of autonomy throughout our day, lots of input into the direction of the products we build, and get to innovate daily. Great pay, good perks, private offices, great hardware... basically you get to be treated like an adult. It's honestly the best job I've had in years.

Our stack is ASP.net MVC, C#, AngularJS, Elastic, Redis, and SQL Server. Honestly we don't care what technology stack you are familiar with, we just expect you to have mastered your own and be willing to learn.

Here is the software engineer position: https://talent.stackoverflow.com/employer/jobs/190895/listin...

Our interview process is pretty simple: 1. An engineer reviews your resume. 2. An engineer gives you a call to chat. 3. A couple of engineers talk with you face to face. No bubble sort whiteboard coding bull, just a conversation. 4. A take-home 4-8 hour real-world coding problem. Build something that does these things. Its not a stupid brain teaser or something requiring special knowledge.

Send an email to careers@acculynx.com with a resume attached to apply. Feel free to email me directly at plemke@ if you have questions.

victorquinn 1 day ago 1 reply      
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 the best in breed shopping experience on web and mobile, 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/fullstack, and backend engineers at all levels.

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 engineering victor at shopspring.com with any questions about our company, our roles, etc.

StashInvest 1 day ago 0 replies      
Stash | NYC | ONSITE

Stash is investing, simplified. We are an investing platform that makes it easy for anyone to start with as little as $5. We provide guidance, and help investors learn the basics so they can do it themselves.


- We raised two rounds (A and B) in 2016 alone, totaling over $38MM - backed by Valar and Goodwater and we are 1 yr old

- We are currently a team of 37 and while we are growing, we aren't planning on exponential growth this year

- We are a mission-driven company through and through, we want to help underserved populations learn how to invest and then allow them to do it themselves

- Engineering is our biggest team

- Our leaders are incredible-they hire great people and let them do their thing


- Backend Engineer: http://grnh.se/o5lcqv1

- Frontend Engineer: http://grnh.se/geqik31


- Backend:

- Ruby on Rails API, Sidekiq (Ruby, Background Processing)

- Hosted on Heroku

- Postgres database

- Redis database/cache

- AWS for hosting internal admin tools, and long-term storage in S3

- Web:

- App: React.js

- Stashinvest.com: Static HTML/CSS, Wordpress for our Blog

mzaccari 1 day ago 0 replies      
Accelerated Concepts | Frontend Engineer | Tampa, FL | Onsite, Full Time

We're a small 5 person development team based in downtown Tampa, FL. We build a proprietary network device monitoring & reporting tool, called Accelerated View: https://accelerated.com/products/accelerated_view/

Our stack includes Ruby on Rails, TorqueBox, Finatra, Scala, MySQL, Elasticsearch, Druid, Hadoop and Git.

We're looking for a frontend engineer who can implement a Javascript framework like React to unify the frontend design and user experience. You will own the whole process of designing and building the customer interfaces, and because we're a small team you will have wide latitude to the direction you want it to head in.

Accelerated is a private company that was founded 7 years ago in Tampa. We have been in the black for several years now. The owners are very generous with profit share / benefits and are flexible with working environments and schedules.

The only hard requirement we have for working here is that you're the type of person who never stops learning. If you're interested, please reach out to michael.zaccari@accelerated.com.

intelekshual 1 day ago 0 replies      
Homer Logistics | VP Operations Research, Software Engineer | New York, NY | ONSITE

Help us revolutionize last-mile delivery in urban environments! We're building a distributed delivery platform to support the hundreds of thousands of deliveries that happen daily in NYC (and other cities). Our software is running in stores around the city and is used to coordinate thousands of deliveries across our fleet of couriers every day.

What we're looking for:

* VP of Operations Research - Scale up and manage a team of talented operations research experts while you lead the research, development and maintenance of the models and algorithms that we use every day for demand forecasting, scheduling, route optimization, etc. More info here: https://angel.co/homer-logistics/jobs/47887

* Software Engineer - Use your experience across the stack to build new features, deploy new infrastructure and solve challenging integration problems. We use a lot of Ruby, Rails, PostgreSQL and Angular, and are starting to use more Go, TypeScript and React.

Email me at robert (at) homerlogistics.com if you're interested in learning more!

ResearchGate1 16 hours ago 0 replies      
ResearchGate | PHP Full-stack, Front-end (React), Android/iOS, Java Back-end, System Engineer | Berlin | VISA, ONSITE, FULL-TIME https://www.researchgate.net/careers#positions

ResearchGate is the professional network for researchers and scientists. With almost 12 million members we are connecting the world of science and making research open to all. Check out our recent Series D:


We conduct remote and on-site interviews at our offices in Mitte. We're currently looking for

- Software Engineer, Front-End Infrastructure- iOS/Android Engineer- Software Engineer (PHP), Full-stack- Software Engineer (Java), Services & Storage- Senior System Engineer (Linux), Operations

Our stack: Java, PHP, Javascript (React/Redux), Python, Mobile (iOS/React Native), PostgreSQL, MongoDB, HBase, SolrCloud, Hadoop (Hive, Map/Reduce, Flink), ActiveMQ, Kafka

Send your resume and cover letter to careers@researchgate.net. We will bless the day.

bradavogel 1 day ago 0 replies      
Mixmax | Full-Stack Engineer or intern | On-site San Francisco (though remote an option for experienced engineers) | 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, Redshift, Redis, Electron (full stack: http://stackshare.io/mixmax/mixmax-for-web)

Email careers@mixmax.com and lets chat!

quadrature 1 day ago 1 reply      
Shopify | Canada (Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Waterloo, San Francisco, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand) | 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.

ryands 1 day ago 0 replies      
Grio | Software Engineers: Android/iOS/Web | San Francisco, CA | Full Time

Grio is a boutique software consultancy located in SOMA. We specialize in building web and mobile applications for our clients. You get to work on a variety of projects, different types of teams, and different clients. Projects last 1-3+ months and can vary from enhancing existing applications for established companies to building an MVP for a fresh startup. It is never boring, and the team is great.

We're looking for:

* Mid/Senior Android Engineers - We're growing our android team! You'd work directly with me, so feel free to email me directly: rschultz@grio.com, apply at: https://grio.workable.com/jobs/279782

* Senior iOS developer - https://grio.workable.com/jobs/304890

* Senior Web Developer - https://grio.workable.com/jobs/302187

Apply over at https://grio.workable.com/

About us: http://grio.com/

Feel free to message me with any questions!

mynameisjody 1 day ago 0 replies      
Truth Initiative in Washington DC is looking for an ONSITE Technical Project Manager.

We run very agile, but we are looking for someone with more skills than a typical "scrum master" has (in our humble experience) so we called it a Technical PM.

Our interview process is a phone screen with me, the hiring manager, then an in person interview with 2 developers on the team as well as the product owner.

We're working on interventions to help people who want to quit smoking and legitimately saving lives as we go. The team is experienced and we need someone to help us make things run as smoothly as it did before our team grew in size.


(All resumes submitted on the website make it to me. Sorry about the robo-application system.)

AdamWynne 1 day ago 0 replies      
London, UK | Investec (https://www.investec.co.uk) | Developers for Fintech startup | Onsite | Contract or perm

Front-end developer

Rip up the old rule book of banking, and join our magic circle of dreaming, building and testing with customers in how we can solve key problems for UK small and medium businesses . We are select team of warriors and valkyries from varied backgrounds and conquests (Small start-up of 10) who operate in WeWork Moorgate. Our elite team is looking for devs with super sharp skills. No financial services experience necessary at all, just the desire to drive instant impact, and create legacy in etching their name in history in helping us change financial services.

You should have personal projects, be curious like a spy and prize the art of software. The team assembled have aeons of experience designing, running and scaling software systems. Our journey will be filled with learning, fun and hard work (skill at table tennis is a nice-to-have). You should have strong opinions born out of hard-won experience and war wounds.

Our stack is currently AngularJs 1.x, React + Redux, C# 6 backend (planning on moving to .Net core in the medium term), best practice devops, Github flow

We sometimes have a competition to throw a plastic pig in a bin from some distance #jussayin

You will need to be able to work in the UK.

email: adam.wynne at investec.co.uk

epuidokas 1 day ago 1 reply      
Lose It! | Software Developer (iOS/Android/Web) | Boston, MA | FULL-TIME, ONSITE, http://loseit.com

Our 20-person company has helped over 25 million users lose weight with our iOS, Android and web apps. Combining calorie tracking with technology, we're enabling people to change their lives for the better. We believe by helping our users reverse obesity and diabetes, we'll continue to be successful as a company. We've been profitable for a while and a top Health & Fitness app for even longer.

Lose It!'s founders have taken one company public and sold others to Macromedia and Microsoft. Our product-focused organization knows the importance of a quality, well-designed user experiences- losing weight is already hard enough.

We're looking for more mobile & full-stack software developers. If you enjoy picking up new technologies and languages quickly, you'll learn a ton with us.

I run the development team at Lose It!. Please feel free to email me if you have any questions: eric@loseit-corp.comFor more on the position, or to apply, go here: http://loseit.com/jobs/developer/

guptaneil 1 day ago 0 replies      
Instructure | Senior Software Engineer | Salt Lake City, Seattle, Chicago | 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're hiring Senior Software Engineers, Software Engineers in Test (SET), and a security architect.

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.

Flammy 1 day ago 0 replies      
Appuri | Seattle | 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.

Open positions can be found here:


 Lead Developer Product Designer Senior Backend Developer Senior UX Developer

 Account Executive Business Development Representative
Apply or see a full description here: https://jobs.lever.co/appuri

byhiras 16 hours ago 0 replies      
Byhiras | Front end Engineer | London, UK | Full-Time | On-Site | http://www.byhiras.com

Byhiras is a FinTech company rolling out a disruptive big data service for the financial markets. We provide a global financial network through which investors can analyse and collaborate on investments. The network makes investments transparent and banks, managers and other institutions accountable to investors.

We are building a new UI team to develop a greenfield UI in React.

You will be joining a small, diverse group of developers and quants with a lively, start-up culture. Development is agile, fast paced and test driven. Sprints are one week long and feedback instant. Bureaucracy is avoided to maximise time for development. We encourage the adoption of the latest technologies and you will participate fully in the evolving architecture.

What we are looking for in a candidate:

- Deep knowledge of JavaScript, HTML and CSS

- Use of a Javascript framework, especially React

- Proven experience of delivering UIs, ideally for the finance sector

- TDD, we deploy every week, for example Jasmine and Selenium

- Knowledge of UX and visual design is a plus

Apply here : http://www.byhiras.com/#apply-for-job

skullsplitter 1 day ago 0 replies      
Pandora | Sr. Software Engineer, Analytics | Oakland, CA | Full Time | ONSITE

Data engineers at Pandora are responsible for the services and infrastructure capable of processing and making available the extensive volume of data produced on its platform each day. Analytics developers build the infrastructure needed to enable analysts and scientists to query and author data products that operate against our largest collections (billions of events per day). At Pandora the analytics team supports a variety of business functions including our science, marketing, product, finance and sales teams.

We're looking to round out the team with a couple of sr. engineers with a passion for analytics comfortable with or looking to become highly capable developers working with a diverse set of tools and technologies surrounding the Hadoop and Apache projects ecosystem.

Feel free to get in touch with me directly with any questions you might have about the position or the types of projects we phowe at pandora dot com.

Further details and application available here http://app.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?nl=1&k=Job&j...

bflesch 1 day ago 0 replies      
StriveWire | Hamburg, Germany | On Site | Senior Full-Stack Engineer, Senior Android/iOS Engineer

StriveWire is a leading platform for eSports tournaments. You can challenge friends and strangers in our for-money video game matches. We're a rapidly growing crossover between Facebook, Paypal and Online Poker in the eSports industry with a truly international audience.

Our stack is React (flux architecture with babel and webpack) / Node.js (hapi.js framework) / Websocket / PostgreSQL / Redis hosted on AWS.

We're looking for experienced people with formal education in computer science or related fields to join our team in the above-mentioned roles with immediate impact on our product. If you are a quick learner, great collaborator and want to shape the future of eSports together with us, please get in touch!

We offer a great team and competitive salary with equity option. Please send your CV, github url and references to beni@@strivewire.com. Internship applications from EU citizens welcome.

keywords: on-site, e-sports, hearthstone, rocket league, league of legends, e-sports

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!

ainsej 1 day ago 0 replies      
Improbable | Software Engineer | San Francisco, London | http://www.improbable.io

I'm an infrastructure engineer at Improbable.We're building SpatialOS, a distributed operating system that facilitates simulation on an unprecedented scale, allowing us to ask huge, "what if" questions of the real world.

Improbable is backed by A16Z and we recently announced our partnership with Google (https://techcrunch.com/2016/12/13/improbable-teams-with-goog...) so anyone can test out SpatialOS for free on Google Cloud.

In addition to a wide range of engineering roles in our rapidly growing London office, we just opened a new office in San Francisco in which we're looking to hire founding software engineers, community managers and product managers.

A full list of roles is available at https://improbable.io/careers/opportunities

If you're interested and want to chat more about Improbable feel free to contact me directly at ainsley@improbable.io

jvreagan 1 day ago 0 replies      
Netflix | API Platform Software Engineer | Los Gatos | VISA


I'm looking for distributed systems engineers interested in working on building out the next generation of Netflix's API layer as we continue to grow globally.

email: jreagan [at] netflix {dotcom}

bkane521 1 day ago 0 replies      
MediaVue Systems | Software Engineer | Hingham Massachusetts | www.mediavuesystems.com

MediaVue provides technology infrastructure to support global, enterprise-level digital media deployments. From our well established line of SureVue media players, to our unparalleled integration of leading CMS platforms and display technologies, to our suite of network management and virtual system administrator tools, MediaVue has become the partner of choice when deploying dynamic, scalable digital media infrastructure.

With installations in more than 60 countries, our customers include some of the largest financial, retail and food service enterprises globally. Our solutions approach coupled with our powerful MediaVue Enterprise program has become the platform of choice for top-tier organizations deploying large-scale, dynamic communications programs.

We're looking for ambitious, self-driven developers. Full stack web development in LAMP is a huge plus. C#/.NET, and experience in mobile development with iOS or Android are also differentiators. We develop software for linux (Ubuntu server) as well as Windows Embedded. MediaVue is a small but rapidly-growing company, and as such we have exciting and challenging projects which require a diverse set of skills.

wskemper 1 day ago 1 reply      
ViaSat | Software Engineer, viasat.io Platform | SF, Austin, Boston | Full-Time https://www.viasat.com

ViaSat is on a mission to be the worlds first global ISP. From Denali to Uluru, JetBlue 190 to Air Force One, and everywhere in between, our technology delivers Internet access no matter where lifes journeys take you. Were shaping the future of global connectivity, and we want your help!

My team builds the viasat.io Platform, a suite of foundational network and security services that every group at ViaSat uses to build and protect their products. We also serve as advisors for other engineering teams, helping them make better use of cloud technologies and practices.

On any given day, you may be walking colleagues through the finer points of VPC design, or presenting a workshop on developing against viasat.ios APIs. You might be adding DNSSEC support to our DNS service, automating TLS certificate validation across the entire network, or deploying our services to a new continent. Our challenges 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.

bensummers 1 day ago 0 replies      
Haplo -- London, UK -- Full time, ONSITE

We're looking for:

1) Data Engineer - build tools to integrate & clean data from multiple sources, work with clients to set up feeds of information - https://www.haplo-services.com/jobs/data-engineer

2) Customer Support Technician - first point of contact for customers. Entry level technical role, ideal for someone who likes problem solving and can code a bit - https://www.haplo-services.com/jobs/customer-support-technic...

We built research information management systems for universities, on top of our open source Haplo platform: http://haplo.org

Like a startup: Small dedicated team. No barriers to doing your best work. Opportunity to get involved with everything, should you want to. Lovely office, great coffee. Ambition to change the world in a small but significant way.

Not like a startup: Sensible working hours. Quiet environment away from the hustle. No random pressure from investors. Quality product without hacks.


mclarke 1 day ago 1 reply      
Silicon Valley Bank | API Banking Engineer | San Francisco, CA | REMOTE(US) INTERNS http://docs.svbplatform.com

Enable the world of FinTech by building public APIs for commercial banking. We're using clojure & postgres to expose brand new, easy to use, well documented RESTful interfaces for clients. Among other projects we work on, our small team created the technical integration with Stripe that powers Atlas (https://stripe.com/atlas). Our team consists of former Facebook, Disqus, and Standard Treasury (YC S13) engineers; startups are in our DNA.

With an aggressive roadmap of new products we'd like to launch in 2017, we're looking to expand our team to help deliver new APIs. While we don't currently have any full time remote employees on our team, we are open to remote US-based engineers helping us become a fully-distributed team.We're also accepting intern applications for summer 2017.Contact Mike at api-jobs@svb.com for more information and to apply.


msavelyev 1 day ago 0 replies      
mbr targeting | Berlin, Germany | https://mbr-targeting.com | Full-Time, ONSITE

mbr targeting uses machine learning algorithms for highly efficient real-time advertising. We are 100% science- and technology-focused and process and analyze massive amounts of data. We are working at the cutting edge of big data, machine learning and real-time technologies and we are operating large-scale deployments of real-time web services.

We are looking for smart people that are always eager to learn something new. Our stack is built with Java, Node, Python and C++. Using frameworks like Hadoop, Spark, Flink, Vert.x, Kafka, Druid, Luigi and ZeroMQ.

We're looking for Backend Engineers to work on our low-latency bidding engine, Data Engineers that want to develop solutions for real big data problems and Data Scientists with a deep understanding of statistics and machine learning techniques.

You will work with a small, young and highly passionate team of extraordinary co-workers in a nice and spacious Berlin-style office in the heart of Neuklln.

Interested? Detailed job offers: https://mbr-targeting.com/jobs.html

SteffenEnni 1 day ago 0 replies      
FR8Star | Oakland, CA | ONSITE | Senior/Principal Full Stack Engineer and Senior UI/UX Engineer | Full-time

Hi, I'm Steffen Enni, CTO at FR8 Revolution Inc a Volkswagen backed Series A company. Were providing the $700B truck freight industry with a new and powerful way to help fleets fill their trucks, shippers track loads in real-time and drivers gain some control over their lives and careers. We're hiring experienced front end / full-stack / back end engineers to help build our product vision.

Our front-end stack is React, MobX, Material-UI, Jest+Enzyme on top of an api layer using Swagger/Node.js in front of a set of micro services built with Dropwizard, Java, Docker, Mongo and SQL. (See more on http://stackshare.io/fr8-revolution/fr8-revolution)

For more information have a look at our job openings at http://fr8-revolution.breezy.hr/. Interested? Feel free to reach out to our Recruiter: julia@fr8star.com

meta_AU 1 day ago 0 replies      
Geli | QA Lead and Senior Developers | Melbourne, Australia | ONSITE VISA http://www.geli.net/about/careers/

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, Python and Javascript.

If you are quality focused and would like to set up and lead a QA function in a growing startup, then the QA Lead role will appeal to you. We are moving our QA function to the Melbourne office and are looking for someone to take control of the tests plans, add them to our automated tests and deliver high quality software in an efficient way.

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.

Edit: Regarding 457 visa to work in Australia. This can be discussed for outstanding candidates.

Thorsten_SG 1 day ago 1 reply      
SoftGear Co.,Ltd. | Game Engineer | Tokyo, Japan | Onsite, http://www.soft-gear.co.jp/en/index.html |

At SOFT GEAR talented engineers from around the world develop games for well-known publishers.We are always looking for bright engineers to join us. Preferably you have experience with client and server side development. Coding experience with C++ is highly preferred.

Interview process: -2 meetings / skype video call conducted by HR and and-source code check

We sponsor the VISA to come to Japan, support the search for an apartment and even cover part of the housing.

Apply directly here: http://www.soft-gear.co.jp/en/jobs/index.html

We are looking forward to talk to you.

Evan-Purkhiser 1 day ago 0 replies      
Crunchyroll / Ellation | Operations & Engineering Roles | SF | ONSITE http://crunchyroll.com/jobs

Crunchyroll is already the premier video-on-demand service connecting anime fans with the content they love. Now we're bringing content to other passionate fanbases with our new Ellation Technology Platform. We are looking for more world-class engineers to help us build services that scale to serve millions of users across the globe and offer rock-solid reliability to our content partners.

Open Roles:

Sr. DevOps Engineer: http://www.crunchyroll.com/jobs/596124/detail

Sr. Software Engineer: http://www.crunchyroll.com/jobs/602862/detail

Sr. Infrastructure Manager: http://www.crunchyroll.com/jobs/596109/detail

ehsanu1 1 day ago 0 replies      
MyTime | Senior Software Engineer | San Francisco | Full-Time https://www.mytime.com/merchants/scheduler

Team: We're a small team of 6 developers, largely remote, looking to grow our San Francisco team by a few members.

Product: We build a SaaS product for appointment-oriented service providers, like hair stylists, auto mechanics, pet groomers, etc to manage their business: scheduling appointments, taking payments, managing client information, reporting/analytics and some marketing tools.

Tech stack: Monolithic Rails backend + Angular 1/2 single page web frontend. Our backend API also powers Android and iOS clients.

Looking for: Experienced Full-stack and frontend web developers. For full-stack, we would like someone with some Rails experience in order to hit the ground running. For frontend development, we'd like experience writing single page applications, but the technology (besides using JS) is not a major factor.

Apply: You can send me your resume directly at ehsan+hn@mytime.com

CatCastle13 1 day ago 0 replies      
Robinhood | Engineering & Design Roles | Palo, Alto CA | Full-Time | Onsite

About Robinhood:

Robinhood is the worlds leading commission-free brokerage application. With an organically grown user-base of over 1M and $30B in transactions since our 2015 launch, we are the fastest growing brokerage in history. Through exceptionally engineered systems and award-winning design, Robinhood democratizes access to the financial markets and simplifies trading for the 99%.

Open Roles:

Sr. Django/Python Backend Engineer: https://boards.greenhouse.io/robinhood/jobs/217581#.WLchVRIr...

Sr. DevOps Engineer: https://boards.greenhouse.io/robinhood/jobs/217596#.WLchsxIr...

Backend Engineer: https://boards.greenhouse.io/robinhood/jobs/266914#.WLch9hIr...

Data Engineer: https://boards.greenhouse.io/robinhood/jobs/253565#.WLciBBIr...

Senior Product Designer: https://boards.greenhouse.io/robinhood/jobs/206586#.WLciRhIr...

Questions? Reach out to cate@robinhood.com

atsaloli 1 day ago 0 replies      
Vertical Sysadmin, Inc. | Sales | Los Angeles, USA | REMOTE, PART-TIME

Seeking commission-only sales agent for high-quality Ops and DevOps training.

We deliver on-site training world-wide. Our model is: small class sizes (12 max), expert instructors, excellent materials, tons of lab exercises. Customers tell us it's the best training they've ever had. We are partnered with CFEngine, GitLab, Docker, and O'Reilly Media.

Looking for an independent sales agent.

Offering 15% commission.

We charge $3000 per day plus a $2000 admin feeo

Our last training sale was $5000 for one day of training on GitLab CI to a car manufacturer.

Course catalog:- Linux shell basics- Time Management for System Administrators- Editing Files with vim- Git Foundations: From Novice to Guru- Continuous Integration with GitLab CI- Engineering for Reliability, Maintainability, and Security with C and C++- Configuration Management with CFEngine- Introduction to Ansible


cardine 1 day ago 0 replies      
Cortx | 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

Some tech we use: Scala, Python, Tensorflow

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!

kanny96 1 day ago 0 replies      
Cognii | Boston, MA or remote

 2016 Innovation of the Year EdTech Winner 2016-2020 Leading vendor for exponentially growing AI market in education - Technavio 2016 An example of a futuristic AI technology transforming Education today - Consortium of School Networking
Cognii is a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence technology to Education industry. Cognii Virtual Learning Assistant improves students learning, teachers' productivity, and scalability of high quality education. 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. Full Stack Developer

 - Front End web/app design - Back-end development - Experience with Ruby on Rails based scalable architecture - DevOps experience a plus
Please send your application and resume to jobs@cognii.com

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 connections to recommend products across various categories. We 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.

ellisv 1 day ago 0 replies      
Powerley | Data Scientist, Android Developer, iOS Developer, NodeJS Engineer | Royal Oak, MI | Full-time | http://www.powerley.com/

Powerley is connecting the smart grid to the smart home and building the next generation of home energy management. Our platform includes both hardware and software components, and both consumer and business facing products.

Here are some of the things we do:- Real-time energy use visualization and personalized feedback- Energy signal disaggregation to understand of how individual appliances drive aggregate usage in the home- Home automation and control using key smart home protocols (ZigBee, Z-Wave, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Thread)- Identify problems with appliances before they occur

We're looking for experienced Data Scientists, Android & iOS Developers, and NodeJS Engineers to help us build the platform that provides both the utility and the homeowner a new level of connectivity and intelligence.

Feel free to PM me if you have questions or want to chat. Applications are at http://www.powerley.com/about/careers/

bugr 1 day ago 0 replies      
Red Balloon Security Security | Researcher, Systems Software Engineer | New York, NY | Full-time, INTERNS | https://redballoonsecurity.com/

Red Balloon Security is a cyber security company headquartered in NYC. Our mission is to provide embedded device manufacturers with strong host based defense. We believe all embedded devices require stronger protection against malware and intrusions.

Job Description:

+ Design and implement host-based defense software for black-box embedded devices.

+ Design and implement automated hardware/software testing infrastructure.

+ Conduct offensive and defensive research on embedded hardware and software.

+ Contribute to the FRAK (Firmware Reverse Analysis Konsole) framework.

+ Perform hardware and software reverse engineering on embedded devices.

+ Automate vulnerability identification for embedded software.

Required Skillz:

+ BA/BS required in computer science, engineering or related major.

+ Proficiency in hardware and software reverse engineering.

+ Experience with low-level software design and implementation.

+ Understanding of modern software design and engineering practices.

+ High level of self-initiative and self-motivation.

Preferred Skillz:

+ Experience with ARM / MIPS / PPC assembly languages.

+ Strong understanding of OS design and implementation.

+ Strong understanding of software vulnerabilities and practical exploitation techniques.

If you think you have what it takes: email jobs @ redballoonsecurity.com subject:"Security Researcher (hackernews)"

natekupp 1 day ago 0 replies      
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!

http://www.thumbtack.com/jobshttp://www.thumbtack.com/engineeringPlease reach out to jessica [at] thumbtack.com with any questions.

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 provisioningAs 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

paladin314159 1 day ago 1 reply      
Amplitude Analytics | San Francisco, CA (SOMA) | https://www.amplitude.com | ONSITE

We help companies build the best products by providing analytics for understanding user behavior. We believe that the future of product development is in smart, fast, and easy-to-use analytics, not the complex data science stacks or surface-level vanity metrics of today. We're a 60-person company (15 engineers), and we raised our Series B earlier this year. We've gotten incredible traction helping customers like Venmo, Udacity, Square, Intuit, Microsoft, Postmates, and Square Enix change the way they build products.

We have many open positions that can be found here (we're growing fast!): https://www.amplitude.com/careers. In particular, we're looking to grow out the engineering team with the following positions:

* Senior Backend Engineer

* Senior DevOps Engineer

* Senior Frontend Engineer

Our tech stack consists of Java, Python, Redis, Kafka, PostgreSQL, Elasticsearch, Docker, SaltStack on the backend and JavaScript, React, Flux, Highcharts, d3 on the frontend. We've got a number of extremely challenging technical problems to solve thanks to being in the analytics space, and we're looking for talented people who are passionate about the intersection of technology and product to help us take the next step.

If this sounds interesting to you, please reach out to us at careers@amplitude.com or apply directly through https://www.amplitude.com/careers.

hrlee 1 day ago 0 replies      
BlueMountain Capital Management | NYC, New York | Onsite | Software Engineer

We're an alternative asset manager with $22bn in assets under management. I'm part of our engineering team, and we build systems for quants and traders. Our core challenge is building a platform that is simple and powerful enough that someone without a strong coding background can use thousands of cores to analyze terabytes of data. We build a lot of really cool stuff internally and we also use and contribute to open-source projects when it makes sense (https://github.com/BlueMountainCapital).

I think that a big part of what has made working here so enjoyable is how much BlueMountain values strong technical people as well as openness and collaboration.

Email your resume and/or github to: hn-at-bluemountaincapital-dot-com. After that, the process will be a simple 1 hour coding test, a technical phone call, and then an onsite interview. We mostly use Python and .NET. No experience in finance necessary.

kbaker 1 day ago 0 replies      
Venture Research Inc. | Software Engineer | Plano, TX (Dallas, TX, DFW) | Onsite Only | http://www.ventureresearch.com

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!

cerisier 16 hours ago 0 replies      
Zenly | Software Engineer (Android) | Paris, France | VISA, Onsite, Full Time, http://zen.ly

We are building the future of maps.We raised 20M$ from Benchmark Capital.We are a very cohesive team.We love: users, geo*, open-source, low-level, going where no one has gone. (Mobile backend in Golang, Protobuf based Rx facade, Data-Engineering in Golang)We are only 3 on Android and have 1 seat available !

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...

ethanjdiamond 1 day ago 1 reply      
98point6 | Mobile Software Engineer - iOS/Android | Seattle, WA | https://www.98point6.com/

98point6 is building the next generation of primary care by changing the relationship between healthcare and technology. By uniting leading-edge data science with Board Certified Physicians we are working to make primary care more convenient, accessible, and affordable. As we grow, you will have room to grow alongside us and impact the future of healthcare.

Your role and impact:

As a Mobile Software Engineer, you will collaborate with a small tight-knit mobile team to help architect and develop out a mobile client to connect patients with doctors in a streamlined, meaningful way. You will work with our team of data-scientists, doctors and designers to create the best product we can make; and you will be surrounded by people who are smart and passionate about both our social and technical missions.

You can apply here:https://jobs.lever.co/98point6/73ee1a0a-1552-4033-ad2a-a059e...

dotzenlabs 1 day 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...

botswana99 1 day ago 1 reply      
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, mongodb)

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

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

Technologies:- 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

stepny 1 day ago 0 replies      
Step.com | New York, NY | ONSITE | http://www.step.com

Step.com is a salary discovery platform that lets software engineers and product managers find out what companies and experts would pay them. Feedback and compensation estimates are predicted based on anonymized profile data and company criteria.

We're looking for an experienced software engineer to help us with the architecture of our systems, coding the frontend and backend, working on our algorithms, and more. Ideal candidates have a computer science degree from a top school and/or have worked as an engineer at a startup at scale. We use Java, Javascript, Bootstrap, Zrender, MySQL and Elastic Search, but we're open to all languages and skills.

Read about our analysis on tech salaries across engineering levels at some the major tech companies: https://blog.step.com/2016/06/16/more-salaries-twitter-linke...

To get in touch, email jennifer@step.com. Keywords: Ruby, Rails, Python, Node.js, React, Spring, PostgreSQL, Frontend, Backend, Fullstack, NYC, Developer

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/436080

Fullstack Engineer (Java + AngularJS) - https://avrios.workable.com/jobs/436095

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.comOr get in touch with me directly at robin (at) <company name> (dot) com

Jonovono 1 day ago 0 replies      
InteraXon | Toronto, ON, Canada | Full-time, ONSITE, http://www.choosemuse.com/careers/


- Senior Cloud Developer, Team Lead

- Electrical Engineer

- Embedded Developer

- Product Manager

- Data Scientist

InteraXon has launched the second generation of our consumer wearable EEG product "Muse: the brain sensing headband" in the US, Canada, and internationally. The Muse mobile app teaches users how to meditate while giving them real-time feedback on how they are doing. It helps to solve some fundamental difficulties with learning to meditate, such as: "how do I do it?", "how do I know if I am doing it right?", and "how do I stay motivated?". Over the holidays, we unveiled our newest innovation, the Smith Lowdown Focus powered by Muse at CES 2017, a collaboration with Smith Optics. This latest innovation moves the Muse brain sensing technology into a stylish form factor that can fit into an athlete's lifestyle. The app will feature tools that help athletes train their mind and build focus on or off the field. Our goal is to unlock human potential.

We use Google Cloud Services as much as possible with Python. We make use of Google Compute Engine, Task Queues, Pub/Sub, Google File Storage, Datastore, and BigQuery.

Apply at: http://www.choosemuse.com/careers/ or email hiring@choosemuse.com

jdiez17 1 day ago 0 replies      
Owlstone Medical | London/Cambridge UK | Onsite, full-time | Software Developer

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/software-devel...

Send an email to am9zZS5kaWV6QG93bHN0b25lLmNvLnVr to get past the HR filter ;) (no recruiters, please)

kainolophobia 21 hours ago 0 replies      
Long Game | Software Engineer | SF | Full-time

Were building a savings app for people that struggle to save money. How you ask? Were using a new form of investment called prize-linked savings (new to the US as of 2014). The simple explanation is that you trade part of your interest for the chance to win from a prize pool of everyone's interest.

As a software engineer at Long Game youll be joining a small team of engineers and will have full exposure to all aspects of our product development processes.

Were looking for developers that enjoy building fun mobile UX and/or engineers with considerable finance experience.

Our stack: React Native, Node, Postgres, AWS


adam at longgame.co

ajpgrealish 1 day ago 0 replies      
BBOXX | Data Engineer, Frontend Developer, Embedded Systems Engineer, Python Developer | London | ONSITE, http://bboxx.co.uk/careers/

BBOXX is a venture backed company developing solutions to provide affordable, clean energy to off-grid communities in Africa. We are fully vertically integrated, controlling every part of our customer experience. Our market leading products and appliances coupled with our SMART Solar platform bring machine-learning and customer experience optimisation to rural Africa. Our ground-breaking financing structure has brought off-grid solar into the Worlds financial markets. Whilst our human centred and system design approach to our retail business ensures that the BBOXX ecosystem is poised to massively scale during 2017.

We are looking for Data Engineer, Frontend (AngularJS) Developers, Python Developers and Embedded Systems Engineers to join the Engineering team in London. To find out more go to http://bboxx.co.uk/careers/ and in your application mention you saw this post.

blakesmith 1 day ago 0 replies      
Sprout Social | Chicago, IL| Full-time | Android Engineer | http://sproutsocial.theresumator.com/apply/ctiz5a

You will help deliver a quality application to thousands of users, working on a small Android team allowing you to take ownership of the code base and provide weigh in on user experience and design discussions. We encourage cross-functional collaboration. You'll work alongside a Mobile Product Designer, other Engineers and a Product Manager as well as receive guidance from a working Manager.

Sprout Social is used by more than 17,000 brands around the world. Companies like Marvel, Adobe and Pivotal Labs rely on Sprout to create stronger relationships with their customers through social media

We are looking for someone that has contributed to several apps in the Play Store, preferably at a SaaS company. A strong foundational understanding and use of Java is ideal.Please apply via the above link and mention Hacker News!

coryfoo 1 day ago 0 replies      
Windfall Data | Data Engineer, Lead Data Scientist | SF | ONSITE | $110k-$160k

At Windfall Data, our goal is to determine the net worth of every person in the world. Its a super hard problem with broad applications.

We're looking for:- experienced data engineers to help build our infrastructure and help us scale- lead/senior data scientists to build a team and take our ML and predictive algorithms to the next level

If you're interested, send a message to cory@windfalldata.com

plsoucy 23 hours ago 0 replies      
TapClicks | Montreal, QC | competitive pay + stock options

* Intermediate to senior software engineers (back-end (LAMP/PHP), front-end (Angular) and full stack)

We build a unified reporting dashboard mostly targeted at marketing agencies, with connections to 100+ third-party platforms from which we get data through APIs and FTPs in some cases. We also offer a workflow management tool to help make our clients more efficient.

TapClicks is #87 in the Inc 5000 list of fastest-growing private US companies for 2016, and has offices in Silicon Valley and Boston.

We're looking for people in the Montreal area or willing to move to Montreal. We're open to sponsoring VISAs for great candidates.

Email me at plsoucy@tapclicks.com if interested. Thanks!

matm 1 day ago 0 replies      
Heap | Software Engineer | San Francisco | REMOTE https://heapanalytics.com/jobs

Heap is building analytics infrastructure for web and mobile. Unlike other tools, which require you to manually instrument code, Heap captures all user actions automatically, and then lets you answer questions retroactively. Instead of writing a bunch of new tracking code every time you want to answer a question, the data is already in Heap waiting to be analyzed.

As an engineer at Heap, you will work on our in-house distributed system that ingests billions of events a week and processes queries over 100s of terabytes of data in seconds. To learn more about our distributed system, see our talks at PGConf [1] or our recent blog post on how we index our data [2].

We have a small eng team made up of 13 engineers, nine in San Francisco, and four scattered around the globe.

Our interview process consists of a one hour technical phone interview, a three hour takehome problem, and a full day onsite in which you'll build a fake-but-plausible Heap feature.

We enjoy talking to everyone who interviews, so please apply: https://heapanalytics.com/jobs

[1] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJLq3GV1Dyk

[2] https://blog.heapanalytics.com/running-10-million-postgresql...

sorenvrist 1 day ago 0 replies      
CSIS Security Group | Senior Software Developer | Copenhagen, Denmark | https://csis.dk | Full time | Onsite

Key functions/role:Development and architectural tasks, design and implementation of services and solutions, maintaining and responding to issues in our systems.

We are looking for:- Deep programming experience. We use Python and a sprinkle of Rust and Go- Proven pragmatic and elegant problem solving skillsRDBMS skills on a high level (We use PostgreSQL)- Javascript/HTML/CSS a plus- Strong opinions on quality and good architectural practices

- Good verbal and written communication skills in English- Candidate must be able to pass a background check- Relocation to Denmark will be required if the successful candidate is currently located elsewhere

To apply for this position, please e-mail your resume and a cover letter to our HR Manager, Amalie Winterberg, hr@csis.dk or contact me at sbv@csis.dk for more info.

Charlie_K 1 day ago 0 replies      
Intersection Co. www.intersection.com | Hardware Engineering, Lead | New York, NY | onsite | Full time

The Hardware Engineering Lead will serve as the technical lead for the design, sourcing, prototyping, testing, manufacture, integration, and evolution of hardware components in Intersections Urban Technology Platform.We are looking for someone to own the architecture, design and evolution of our hardware platform, creating the protocols and artifacts to capture customer needs and transforming them into concepts, designs and specificationsEnsure the tight integration of hardware within Intersections broader product portfolio; particularly across software, operations, administration, and consumer experience.Define toolkits and standards to maximize design consistency, compatibility, modularity, and reuse while supporting innovation and maximizing the customer experienceDrive sourcing including vendor identification, selection, contract negotiation and renewalManage manufacturing to deliver designs meeting schedule, budget, and quality requirements.Continuously improve new and existing hardware based on feedback from internal/external stakeholders, field operations, and identifying and resolving technical challenges.Ensure compliance with all appropriate industry and government standards and certifications

M.S/M.Eng. in Mechanical, BioMedical, Computer, Electrical Engineering7+ years of commercial/industrial electrical or embedded product design experienceProduct management experience with a P&L mindsetKnowledge of network protocols, equipment, deployment, and operationsDesign for manufacture, Lean Six Sigma or green belt certification


theuri 1 day ago 0 replies      
John Hancock Digital | San Francisco, CA | FULL TIME | ONSITE | https://angel.co/john-hancock-digital | https://www.johnhancockdigital.com/

Head of Engineering (Ruby on Rails) | Full Stack Developer (Ruby on Rails) | Product Manager | UX Researcher/Designer | Double Threat Visual Designer

John Hancock Digital uses machine learning, mobile chat innovation and automated money management to help millions of families better manage their finances. Our team has the impact and excitement of a startup with the resources and stability of a Fortune 500 company.

This is an exciting time for us, as we have completed a fully functional MVP, and have now released a private beta while working with a world-class digital design firm to refine key features before a public launch later this year. Our work involves complex integrations with leading aggregation and clearing providers to enable real-time money movement, portfolio management and intelligent financial guidance.

We are currently looking to grow our team and are looking for:- Head of Engineering (Ruby on Rails) - Full Stack Developer (Ruby on Rails) - Product Manager - UX Researcher/Designer - Double Threat Visual Designer

Join us as we redefine whats possible on mobile.

Find more information here https://angel.co/john-hancock-digital or https://www.johnhancockdigital.com/

Or feel free to directly get in touch with Uri or Scott (co-founders) here: uri@johnhancockdigital.com, scott@johnhancockdigital.com. Let's chat!

topstriker515 1 day ago 0 replies      
MightySignal | Full Stack Engineer | San Francisco, CA | https://mightysignal.com

MightySignal | Frontend Engineer | San Francisco, CA | https://mightysignal.com

MightySignal unearths and analyzes hard to find data in the world of mobile, and we're looking for engineers to join our growing team. Backend engineers here are free to explore daily and work on a variety of problems including reverse engineering, data discovery and analysis, and more. Frontend engineers own the whole process of designing and building the interfaces for our customers to absorb and make sense of our data. We're a small team and each person has a major role in guiding the future of our infrastructure and company. We're hoping to find people who share in our adventurous spirit.

For a small taste of what we do, check out our free iOS and Android SDK reports: https://mightysignal.com/top-ios-sdks

If you're interested, please reach out to osman at mightysignal dot com

stefan8r 1 day ago 0 replies      
Starsky Robotics | San Francisco | Full time | Onsite with relocation assistance available

We're making driverless trucks a reality, and have autonomously moved freight on the highway. We need help with:

Commercial Truck DriverComputer VisionControls EngineeringData AnalysisMachine LearningOperationsTest EngineeringOther

Send an email to jobs@starskyrobotics.com or apply at starskyrobotics.com

thebucknerlife 1 day ago 0 replies      
Swell Investing | Senior Software Developer or Software Team Lead | Los Angeles, CA | Full-time ONSITE https://www.swellinvesting.com/

Interested in fintech or socially-conscious investing? Join Swell and help build a platform that allows people to invest in themed socially responsible portfolios. We are currently in beta with launch later this Spring.

We are looking for Senior Full-Stack engineers with experience in Rails and React. Swell is a startup funded by a large corporation with a long-term runway to launch and grow the business. Dev team currently has four members. We're looking for a team lead as well.

Compensation is above-market and includes equity and bonuses. Imagine working in a startup with the resources of a large company!

If interested, see http://careers.swellinvesting.com/ or find me on twitter @thebucknerlife.

youmin 1 day ago 0 replies      
Nexiona | Barcelona (Spain) | Frontend and backend developers | REMOTE (only Europe) | http://nexiona.com

About us:

* Software development company focused 100% on professional IoT

* Young company but growing very fast (currently 17 people expecting 30 before the end of next year)

* HQ in Barcelona, office in UK and looking forward to open on GE, FR and US very soon


* Backend/frontend developers, product manager, system administrators... Open positions and apply details: https://goo.gl/EiiXGY (We are open to spontaneous applications for other positions)

* Keywords: iot, rabbitmq, mongodb, python, flask, elastic, graphite, extjs, javascript, node.js, ansible, raspberry pi, arduino, embedded, docker, cloud, agile, scrum, etc.

* Interview = culture [1h] + technical interview [1h] + coding project presentation [1h] + onsite interview [1h]

Final notes:

* g33k p30pl3 and nice atmosphere

* remote work but fully connected with workmates

* one week every 4-6 we spend time together in our Barcelona office

arcurveinc 1 day ago 0 replies      
Arcurve | Software Developer | Houston, TX | Contract | Onsite | Legally eligible to work in the US

Do you want to work in a software development environment where the focus is on creating, developing and delivering high quality software solutions? Are you interested in working in a fast paced environment with highly skilled peers? Read on

Youd be working with a Fortune 500 Oil & Gas company in the Galleria, building out best-in-class real time engineering solutions using React, Typescript, C#, Web API, and SQL Server.

What requirements you need to meet:

-In-depth knowledge of C#/.NET

-Knowledge of Unit Testing/Agile/Database Fundamentals

-A passion for what is, and how to write good software

-An understanding of the fundamentals of web development, even if youre not an expert

Full details here: http://www.arcurve.com/careers/tech-job-houston/houston-soft...

You can also email your resume to accelerate@arcurve.com

stephen_gordon 1 day ago 0 replies      
Criteria Corp | Full Stack Web Developer, Database and Software Developer | Los Angeles | Full-Time ONSITE https://www.criteriacorp.com/

Criteria is a leading provider of web-based pre-employment testing services. Our testing software, HireSelect, is an SaaS (software as a service) solution that enables organizations to better manage their most important asset their human capital. We were founded in 2006 and are one of the fastest growing companies in the talent management sector. We have over 2,000 customers in all 50 states and 18 countries internationally. We're looking for a smart and talented people to join our small, but growing team. We have some exciting projects coming up on our Roadmap!

Full Stack Web Developer - We need someone to help us turn ideas and sketches into user-friendly and powerful tools for our customers. Were currently in the early stages of some major product initiatives, so youll be expected to jump right in and contribute from Day 1.https://www.criteriacorp.com/company/full_stack_developer.ph...

Database and Software Developer We are looking for someone to help us evolve our schema, design an archiving strategy, and fine-tune some troublesome queries to ensure optimal performance for all our customers. Were currently in the early stages of developing an API-centric architecture, so youll be expected to jump right in and contribute from Day 1.https://www.criteriacorp.com/company/database_developer.php

spuiszis 1 day ago 0 replies      
Table XI | Senior Product Designer | Chicago, IL | REMOTE | FULLTIME http://www.tablexi.com/

Table XI is a curious and humble group of people who love to build things. Learning is the key to our culture, and were always looking for new skills to pick up and ways to hone our craft. We bring that same curiosity to our clients, digging into their needs so we can make sure our design and development projects look great, work great and push their businesses forward.

Were looking for a designer who can tease out user needs, design, and develop prototypes to solve them. Heres what we expect from you:

* Be an empathetic designer. Everything you touch should be clean, precise, artfully crafted and visually stunning

* See the forest and the trees. Being a great product designer is about being equally concerned with strategic direction and micro-interactions users experience

* Be an experienced consultant, with a proven track record of building lasting relationships with your clients

* Talk to users, conducting user research and usability tests are just a few of the tools youll use to help clients make informed product decisions

* Implement your designs in HTML/CSS (Sass)

* Work collaboratively on a cross-functional team of developers, designers and business analysts

* Be a design facilitator: create engaging environments and lead groups of stakeholders through design-thinking exercises (bonus points for experience with Google Design Sprints)

If you're interested, please contact steve@tablexi.com or apply here: http://tablexi.applytojob.com/apply

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 here https://www.simplepractice.com/careers/

Our stack includes Ruby Rails, EmberJS, MySQL, Postgres, Redis, Sidekiq, Elasticsearch, ChefIf you have any questions or you are interested - Please reach out to me (CTO) ralph@simplepractice.com

thomasfromcdnjs 1 day ago 0 replies      
Listium | Front-end or Full-stack Developer | Melbourne, Australia | ONSITE Full-Time

Were looking for a senior developer with 3+ years working with Javascript, and experience with singe-page apps. A good understanding of React is also suggested, although if youre a proven fast learner that might work. We use a very modern stack (Node, React, Postgres) and have a small team of outstanding developers. If you like technical challenges, working with smart people, having significant input at all stages of the process, and no committees to get in the way, you should take a quick look at our jobs page at: https://angel.co/listium/jobs. We are funded, and offer generous equity packages.


ehq 1 day ago 0 replies      
Citrusbyte | Backend Polyglot Engineer | Los Angeles, New York | REMOTE, https://citrusbyte.com

Citrusbyte is a software consultancy that believes in using simple tools to solve problems. We build custom systems for both startups and enterprises.

We have offices in Los Angeles and New York, but we work remotely with people from all around the world.

Our engineers have experience in a consultative environment, excellent communication skills and a desire to work with talented teams building innovative products. We work closely with our clients, sharing our experience and processes to help them define and create their products.

Most of our projects are written in Ruby, so experience in this language is required, but we are looking for polyglot engineers who have a hunger for learning new languages and tools. At Citrusbyte, learning is part of the job, and you should always be able to answer the question: "what have I learned this week?"

We believe that less is more and we vehemently value simplicity. This is reflected in the tools we choose to work with. For this reason we tend to avoid using big frameworks like Ruby on Rails and instead lean towards smaller tools like Sinatra, Roda or Cuba.

We have also done projects in Elixir, Node.js, Go, Python, Lua, etc. And strive to learn new tools and languages everyday. We believe in always choosing the right tool for the job and we are very open minded about trying different technologies.

Visit our careers page to learn more or apply: http://careers.citrusbyte.com/apply/tPTZOv/Experienced-Softw...

derekhaswell 1 day ago 0 replies      
10% Happier | Lead Developer or Director of Engineering | Boston, MA | ONSITE | Full Time

A clear, simple approach to meditation with a NY Times bestselling author and some of the most respected (and cool) meditation teachers on the planet. Launched last year, 8 person core team, venture-backed, growing quickly. (Heres the app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/meditation-for-fidgety-skept... )

We're looking for a lead developer or director of engineering excited by the challenges of building a fast-growing + consumer mobile + meditation startup.

You're likely a full stack generalist with mobile experience, ready to tackle anything from architecting the back-end to coding our consumer apps (currently iOS only, Android coming soon). In addition to leading the technical direction of the company, you'll also help establish a strong engineering culture - mentoring, recruiting, development process, etc. Last but not least, you'll work on a product that actually makes people's lives better. (If you don't believe us, take a look at our reviews on the App Store.)

The product (for now) is our iOS app. Its built in Swift & ReactiveCocoa. Our web-back end is Ruby on Rails and Postgres, all living atop Heroku. If youre interested in functional programming & clean, readable code, we think youll like what you see - but wed prefer it if you helped us make it better still.

The interview process involves a 30min call, and two 2hr interviews (followed by reference checks and conversations to answer any questions you have).

Email me derek@ (10percenthappier.com) if youre interested.

greendude29 1 day ago 0 replies      
Al Jazeera Digital - Platforms Team | Mostly San Francisco | Full-time

Well, inventing the future of news media isn't easy and we need you to work with us. Al Jazeera Digital is pretty simple: we're international, operating in three languages - English, Arabic and Spanish - and we want to tell compelling stories in innovative ways in a media landscape that is constantly changing. At Al Jazeera Digital, you not only get to work in our coffee-factory-turned-office building with journalists from around the world but you get the creative freedom to tell the stories that matter - to you and to the world.

We need engineers because the world of content is complex - we're growing rapidly and are looking to bring on great engineers to solve problems of rich APIs, Machine Learning, Recommendation Engines, CMSes, microservices, QA, DevOps and automation that power a world class organization.We also have short term opportunities for cloud networking engineers, technical writers, agile coaches, product management associates (Doha), service desk engineer; rollout (Doha)

Email bhatnagara @ aljazeera.net and mention that you're coming in from HN.

brryant 1 day ago 0 replies      
Webflow | Senior Engineer | SF

Webflow enables thousands of designers and developers to produce professional web content. We've combined the best of code and wrapped it in a UI that web professionals can easily control. Check out https://webflow.com/community for a glimpse of how we're changing the way startups, agencies, and large enterprises approach web design.

- Front End: React.js - we're heavy users of React, and build powerful applications with it. Check out our Designer: https://webflow.com/designer.

- Back End: node.js - Jam on complex performance and data intensive problems as we scale to hundreds of millions of page views on our hosting platform.

Send us an email at jobs@webflow.com or check out our jobs page for more information: https://webflow.com/about#jobs (built in WF of course)

gibrown 1 day ago 0 replies      
Automattic (WordPress.com, Jetpack, WooCommerce, .blog, Polldaddy, Gravatar) | Search Wrangler | Full Time | REMOTE

We're a distributed company with employees in >50 countries. Help us influence search and recommendations for the 27% of the Web that runs on WordPress.

We're looking to take our search infrastructure up a few notches. A bit on what we're working on:

- We have some good distributed systems deployed that we are constantly improving: https://data.blog/2016/05/03/state-of-wordpress-com-elastics...

- Various versions of search, related posts, and recommendations have been launched over the years, but we've only recently had good enough tracking to easily test algorithm changes at our scale. Lot's of new data available for improving search relevancy.

- Billion plus unique users of our search systems each month, searching in every language that humans use.

- Search is not just about the algorithm. We're working to build great user interfaces and product integrations that engage users.

No walls around the garden. Make the Open Web a smarter place.


Our hiring process can take a bit of time. Read about it here: https://www.google.com/search?q=automattic+hiring+process#q=...

real-anthony 1 day ago 0 replies      
The RealReal | Product Engineers | San Francisco | ONSITE www.therealreal.com

Im the Director of Consumer Products Engineering at the foremost name in luxury consignment - therealreal.com - and am looking to build out my team by a few key frontend-leaning, full-stack, Rails people.

The company is Series E stable and our HQ is located on the sixth floor of a building near Fishermans Wharf with sweeping panoramic views of the bay. Our salaries are competitive and we still have equity to offer.

Interview process : 1) initial phone screen 2) tech phone screen 3) onsite 4) offer

Lead Ruby On Rails Engineer, Consignor Web https://www.therealreal.com/careers/9789EB23A8

Senior Ruby On Rails Engineer, Buyer Web https://www.therealreal.com/careers/3928DE4896

icanhasfay 1 day ago 1 reply      
Hulu | Santa Monica, CA | Onsite | Full-time

Hulu is a premium streaming TV destination that seeks to captivate and connect viewers with the stories they love. We create amazing experiences that celebrate the best of entertainment and technology. Were looking for great people who are passionate about redefining TV through innovation, unconventional thinking and embracing fun. Its a mission that takes some serious smarts, intense curiosity and determination to be the best. Come be part of the team thats powering play.

Hulus Information Security Team is seeking an Application Security Engineer as a new addition to the team. You can find the description for the role at the link below.

Application Security Engineer - https://www.hulu.com/jobs/positions/o4vg2fwr

And of course you can check out the rest of Hulu's open positions at https://www.hulu.com/jobs.

rivetingcarp 1 day ago 0 replies      
Palo Alto Networks | Santa Clara | Product Manager | Full-Time | On-SitePalo 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 malwareTravel As little or as much as you make of it email available in my profile

Note: No International Visas such as H1B will be provided with this position.

itajaja 1 day ago 0 replies      
Butterfly Network | New York City or Guilford, CT | Full Stack EngineerWe're a team of world-class scientists and engineers working to build the next generation of low-cost, ultraportable medical imaging devices to really change how medicine works. We need you to help us make the software as awesome as the hardware, and build an integrated system that will bring laboratory-grade medical imaging to everyone.Email me at gtagliabue at 4catalyzer.com or learn more at: https://www.butterflynetinc.com/#opportunitiesSome of the technologies we use: docker, kubernetes, python (Flask), postgres, react, graphql, node, react native.
numbsafari 1 day ago 0 replies      
Bainbridge Health | Developer, QA, SRE | Philadelphia, PA | ONSITE | Fulltime | http://bainbridgehealth.com

A spinout of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), Bainbridge Health is making the hospital a safer place for patients. We are building a data analytics and clinical intelligence system for hospital medication safety management. We are integrating transactional data from the multiple devices and systems involved in the medication ordering, preparation, supply chain, and administration pipeline, turning siloed data into actionable insight and preventing errors before they ever reach patients.

Our stack: Python, Go, React, Kubernetes, BigQuery, GCP. You'll be getting in early, so you'll have a chance to help shape and grow all of this.

Our office is in Center City Philly, convenient to transit and all the good things a major city can offer.

You can apply via our careers page, http://www.bainbridgehealth.com/careers, or by emailing me using the address in my profile.

splix 1 day ago 0 replies      
Ethereum Classic, ETCDEV Team | JavaScript, Rust, Go Developers | Anywhere | Remote https://www.etcdevteam.com/

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/.

ETCDEV team is focusing on core projects, maintaining the network and official clients. Our team is working on

* Geth - official Ethereum client (Go)

* Emerald Wallet - new wallet and dapp sdk (Javascript, React)

* EVM - new EVM for Ethereum Classic (Rust)

Please send your CV and Github link to splix@etcdevteam.com Please also include a cover letter with some details what is your experience with blockchain, distributed systems and crypto

mrgalaxy 1 day ago 0 replies      
Pagedip | Full-Stack Software Engineer | Boulder, CO | ONSITE, FULL-TIME https://pagedip.com

At Pagedip, we are creating next-generation documentation tools for medium and large businesses. We are using web technology to bring several of the world's largest and oldest businesses to the modern era when it comes to manuals, product guides, textbooks and more. Our current clients include several fortune 500 companies and we are growing rapidly!

We are currently a small team looking for talent to fill a few engineering roles. Everyday brings something new and you will be challenged every moment. Our current stack is comprised on Golang, Node.js and CouchDB, but we care more about you and less about your background.

Email our Director of Engineering - tyler AT pagedip DOT com

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]

pjacobson 1 day ago 0 replies      
PumpUp | Front End Developer | Toronto, Canada | FULL-TIME, ONSITE, VISA

PumpUp is a positive community for health & fitness. Our mission is to empower people across the world to become the best versions of themselves! Were venture-backed with 5 million users (and growing)!

Tech Stack: React Native, Redux

If you're interested in joining our talented team and impacting millions of lives globally, email us at careers@pumpup.com

yayalice 1 day ago 0 replies      
Gladly | San Francisco | Engineering, Product | Fulltime onsite only

We've had a lot of great folks find us from this post on HN, and we're still hiring for a couple of roles: platform engineer, software engineer and director of product management.

- We have a modern tech stack (React/GoLang/Docker/AWS/Kubernetes) and product architecture (real-time pubsub microservices) and tons of interesting problems to solve

- We're well-funded with an experienced founding team of B2B serial entrepreneurs

- We have an environment of mutual respect, mentorship and learning from peers

Our interview process starts with 1 hour technical video interview followed by half-day on-site where you'll meet various team members and give a short presentation to the team.

I'm an engineer at Gladly and I'm enjoying it a lot! Feel free to email me with questions (alice@gladly.com), or apply directly at https://www.gladly.com/careers/

misix 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: - 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- Pure JavaScript programming skills - WordPress theme development experience

Bonus: - Rust, R, Elixir, LISP experience

Contact: misix.io, misix.com

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-Glassdoor

APPLY AT: http://nulogy.applytojob.com/apply/UTgzg0/Full-Stack-Web-Dev...

jbdowney 1 day ago 0 replies      
Airware | San Francisco, CA | Fulltime | ONSITE

Airware is building differentiated, innovative software for drones to collect new types of aerial data, take people out of harm's way, and provide completely unique insights to businesses in the insurance and mining/construction industries. We're looking for iOS and Cloud Platform positions right now:

DevOps Engineerhttp://grnh.se/d5xwco1

Engineering Manager, iOShttp://grnh.se/r4t0he1

Software Engineer, iOShttp://grnh.se/4b7wsg1

Software Engineer, Cloudhttp://grnh.se/b1lot01

See all roles here:https://boards.greenhouse.io/airware

For perks we've got a downtown office, catered meals, flexible working arrangements, and the occasional day in the great outdoors for flight testing.

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

robjstanley 1 day ago 0 replies      
WeFarm | Data Analyst | London, UK | ONSITE

Love interesting and complicated data? Want to work for a multi-award winning agtech startup? WeFarm are looking for a Data Analyst (R, SQL) to join us in London. (An interest in Clojure/ClojureScript would be hugely beneficial.)

WeFarm is a free peer-to-peer service that enables farmers to share crop and livestock-saving information via SMS, without the internet, and without having to leave their farm. Farmers can ask questions about pressing agricultural issues and receive crowd-sourced answers from other farmers around the world within minutes. For instance, small-scale farmers can learn how to improve crop yield or how to start a micro-business, enabling them to increase household income. With 90% of smallholder farmers now able to access a basic mobile phone, WeFarms goal is to connect millions of farmers around the world to the information they require.

Check out http://wefarm.org/data-analyst/ for more information and get in touch with me directly if you've got any questions.

mkong1 1 day ago 0 replies      
GiveCampus (YC S15) | full stack engineer (Ruby on Rails) | DC, SF| Full Time | onsite | https://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.

d8niel 1 day ago 1 reply      
drchrono | Senior Software Engineer | Mountain View | Full Time, VISA, https://www.drchrono.com

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.

Apply here! https://www.drchrono.com/jobs/description/Senior%20Software%...

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 recruiting@teacherspayteachers.com or check out our careers page (https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Careers).

ethanjdiamond 1 day ago 0 replies      
98point6 | Senior Software Backend Engineer | Seattle, WA | https://www.98point6.com/

98point6 is building the next generation of primary care by changing the relationship between healthcare and technology. By uniting leading-edge data science with Board Certified Physicians we are working to make primary care more convenient, accessible, and affordable. As we grow, you will have room to grow alongside us and impact the future of healthcare.

Your role and impact:

As a senior software engineer working at 98point6 you will get firsthand experience with technologies such as semantic databases, machine learning, and natural language processing; and you will be surrounded by people who are smart and passionate about both our social and technical missions.

You can apply here: https://jobs.lever.co/98point6/f6c0bdeb-5fd5-4af7-b248-306e7...

asolove 1 day ago 0 replies      
Sticker Mule | Full-time | JS/Ruby Developer | REMOTE

Come work at everyone's favorite sticker company, with a relaxed, non-VC environment with steady and sustainable growth. Our entire team works remotely from a wide variety of locations and collaborates asynchronously in Asana and Slack.

You can read more about us and this role in the link below.

Personally, I've worked at Sticker Mule for about a year now and it has really increased my quality of life. I escaped the startup world and now enjoy getting to take my kids to school, get some exercise in the middle of the day, and turn off at night and not worry about late hours notifications.

Learn more at https://www.stickermule.com/jobs?job=714da6cc-dc8b-4453-8bd6... or email me (adam@stickermule.com) for more info.

gingerlabs 1 day ago 0 replies      
Ginger Labs (http://gingerlabs.com) | 98 Battery St, San Francisco | Senior iOS Engineer | ONSITE

We make the top selling iPad/iPhone app Notability and are looking to add a few more senior iOS engineers to our small team. If you have been a major contributor complex iOS or OSX apps we'd like to talk! We have a very friendly and collaborative work environment. Employees have the freedom to make their own decisions, we value open discussion and opinionated ideas.

We are fully bootstrapped, profitable and have very generous benefits that include: bonuses based on profits, paid commute on public transit, paid phone bill and 401K matching. We also have very good health insurance with Kaiser or Blue Shield. We cover the premium for you and your family.

If you're interested, send me an email at marc@gingerlabs.com with a short description of what you recently worked on and a link to your linked-in or resume!

pwarner 1 day ago 0 replies      
Ciena | Ottawa, ON | Platform Engineer | ONSITE | Full-time

Ciena writes software to help folks operate their networks.

The Platform team offers our Application teams a solid set of databases, messaging, UAC, metric and monitoring services. Our goal is to make it easy for them to write the network management software.

Our technologies are Kafka, Cassandra, Galera/MariaDB, Grafana, ElasticSearch.

This Job is in Ottawa, ON Canada but our team is split between there and Sonoma County in California. We use Slack and GitHub to collaborate.

Message me or https://ciena-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuse...

blittle 1 day ago 0 replies      
Canopy | Front-end Developer | Lehi, Utah | ONSITE https://canopytax.com

What we do

Our current stack is React, Redux, CSS Modules, Babel, SystemJS, and webpack. We love JavaScript and we love open-source. We champion autonomy, innovation and accountability. On average we release to prod a couple times a day (501 releases in 2016).

What you'll do

You'll work on an autonomous squad with another front-end dev and a couple of back-end devs. Your squad also has a dedicated product designer, product manager, and QA engineer. From start to finish, you'll work together to design and build products that revolutionize the professional tax industry. You will have opportunities to research new technologies, learn, grow, mentor, and be mentored.

What we look for

We look for candidates who are excited about JavaScript and the front-end web development ecosystem. We look for experience in developing real-world web applications that scale with users as well as features. Beyond technical proficiency, we love candidates who are collaborators, self-motivated, passionate and driven to build excellent products.

More about us




Apply at: https://boards.greenhouse.io/canopy/jobs/75102

lvandeyar 1 day ago 0 replies      
Kipu Systems | Release Engineer | Miami, FL | Full-time ONSITE https://kipusystems.com

About the Team - The Release Engineering team ensures that new software is released seamlessly and timely from development throughout production while maintaining a high level of quality. The Release Engineering Team is also responsible for the continuous delivery pipeline and the tools and processes built around it.

About the Job - The Release Engineer will own the release process for all our products. This is a full time position based in our Downtown Miami office and you must be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis for any employer.

http://kipusystems.com/careers/#releaseengineerPlease email your resume to jobs (at) kipusystems.com

Charlie_K 1 day ago 0 replies      
Intersection Co. www.intersection.com | Head of Content & AdTech Engineering | New York, NY | onsite | Full time


As Head of Content + AdTech Engineering, reporting into the Head of Engineering, you will work with Intersection executives and team members from across the organization to create a technology team focused on designing, building, and operating a next-generation platform bringing digital content into the physical world. Youll be a key part of efforts to shape, develop and manage our strategic capabilities, implement and manage customer and product solutions, leveraging creative capabilities, data, and infrastructure across owned and operated properties including LinkNYC.

Key Initiatives:

Execute the AdLab - a rapid-iteration focused go-to-market product development teamCreate an enhanced Content + Advertising solution for Airports and Commuter TransitEvolve an international Adtech platform from multiple legacy technology solutionsMake data a first-class product capability: targeting, measurement, and analysis

Key Responsibilities:

Develop relationships with executives and stakeholdersDevelop a deep understanding of the business environment and strategyIdentify technology and product opportunities within the company and marketplaceDevelop products bringing digital capabilities to physical advertisingLead the recruitment, development and management of technology and staffShepherd agile practices and process at scale across products and projectsKeep abreast of emerging behaviors, technologies, and companies across the Advertising and AdTech landscapes

edited-dev 1 day ago 0 replies      
EDITED | Engineering Positions | London, UK | Onsite | Full-Time

Were currently hiring for front-end, back-end, and DevOps Engineers. Our stack is primarily Python & JavaScript, with frameworks like Django/Flask and react.js/d3. We arent afraid to integrate new tech and like to keep exploring whats out there.

We're an established startup, focused on doing important things for retail, the fourth biggest industry in the world, helping them reduce waste and be more efficient. We have a beautiful web app, used everyday by hundreds of people at Topshop, Saks Fifth Avenue, GAP and more.

Our engineering team is a group of smart people from really varied backgrounds. Were solving diverse and interesting problems on a daily basis, like image analysis, big data visualisation and a load of other fun things that come with having a rapidly growing data set. We love good practices like extensive testing and continuous integration, and enjoy giving back to the community, so open source contributions are highly encouraged.

Our office is large and sociable; people eat lunch together every day and we have drinks and snacks in the office every Friday, as well as team days out and all expenses paid trips abroad. Theres a video on our jobs page of our most recent one: http://edited.com/jobs/

Half of the team has actually found and joined us through Whos hiring, so don't hesitate to get in touch, we're always happy to meet new people!

See here for more details about current vacancies and to apply directly online: https://edited.com/jobs/engineering/

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)

* Software Engineers (London, Los Angeles)

* Web Developer, to join our marketing team

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... .)

dgaur 1 day ago 0 replies      
Elemental Technologies | Portland, Oregon | Senior Platform Engineer | Full-time, onsite

Elemental empowers top-tier media companies (think: Comcast, DirecTV, ESPN, FOX, Turner, etc) to deliver premium video experiences to consumers. Real-time video transcoders. Video Origin Servers. Both AWS cloud solutions and on-prem big-iron Linux servers.

We have various engineering reqs: http://www.elemental.com/company/careers/open-positions. But Im personally looking for a low-level software engineer to expand the capabilities of our Platform team: http://www.elemental.com/node/4241. We handle the foundation software underneath Elemental products: Linux distro engineering (CentOS, RHEL); security; networking; virtualization; some hardware tinkering; etc.

Interested? Questions? dangaur at elemental dot com.

pondruska 1 day ago 0 replies      
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

cialowicz 1 day ago 0 replies      
Glassdoor | Senior Software Engineer in Test / QA (and other roles) | Mill Valley, San Francisco | Full-time, Onsite, https://www.glassdoor.com/glassdoor

Were on a mission to help people everywhere find a job and a company they love. In the process, were transforming an entire industry through the power of transparency. Join us!

We have excellent benefits and perks: free catered lunch and snacks, 100% health care coverage with 90% dependent coverage, unlimited PTO, dog-friendly office located in beautiful Mill Valley (on the water), free parking, onsite gym, and more!

We have a number of engineering roles open:

* Senior Software Engineer in Test: https://www.glassdoor.com/job-listing/senior-software-engine...

* Senior Software Engineer: https://www.glassdoor.com/job-listing/senior-java-software-e...

* Senior Web Developer: https://www.glassdoor.com/job-listing/senior-web-developer-g...

More openings for management, product, sales, and engineering roles here: https://www.glassdoor.com/Jobs/Glassdoor-Jobs-E100431.htm

davecrowell 1 day ago 0 replies      
Common Sensing | iOS Developer | Cambridge, MA | Full-Time Onsite | common-sensing.com

At Common Sensing we're modernizing chronic disease management. While big data has become the central theme of the last decade in tech, it has left little mark on many aspects of healthcare. We're changing that, and we need your help.

Our first product is Gocap: a connected device that integrates seamlessly into a user's workflow to collect data on insulin doses. Dose information is combined with blood glucose readings collected by our app and sent to our backend. There it empowers healthcare providers to make treatment decisions based on thousands of data points rather than the single reading they use today. This requires well-built software at all levels of the stack: device firmware, mobile apps, backend data storage and processing, frontend web portals, and a variety of tools to support building and testing the physical devices our team designs. We all wear a lot of hats here, and we're looking for software developers who'd like to do the same.

We expect you to:

Own the iOS app, refactoring and rebuilding the current codebase where necessary and adding features as we go.

Implement an iOS test suite that supports our verification needs.

Learn one or more of our other software platforms and contribute to those products (C, Android, Python, Node.js, Ruby on Rails).

Help determine the future of software at Common Sensing, from architectural and platform decisions to team process and structure.

In addition to software development, there will be opportunities to learn and participate in all aspects of the business, from fundraising to embedded electronics to clinical trials.

If this sounds fun, we'd like to hear from you at hiring@commmon-sensing.com.

ejo0 1 day ago 0 replies      
Phosphorus| Software Engineers | New York, NYC | ONSITE | Fulltime | http://phosphorus.com

Phosphorus is a computational genomics company with the vision to create a world where every healthcare decision is optimized with genomics. Founded in 2016 and based in New York City, Phosphorus develops powerful data-driven software that enables labs around the world to deliver the most advanced clinical genetic tests beginning in cardiovascular genetics and for infertility. With a team of experts in computational biology and computer science and a leading scientific advisory board, Phosphorus is building a data network that will help providers, researchers and patients around the world better understand and harness the power of the human genome.

We are a spinoff from Recombine's acquisition for $85M by CooperSurgical last year, we are growing quickly, and are well-funded with a Series A by FirstMark Capital.

We are looking to hire experienced software engineers. We use Spark, Scala, Rails, Parquet, Javascript, SQL, AWS, etc. Our interview process is straightforward and quick. Phone screen, followed by in-person interviews.

Keywords: genomics, genetics, scala, software, internMore information on positions can be found here:

* Software Engineer - https://phosphorus.workable.com/jobs/312859

* Senior Software Engineer - https://phosphorus.workable.com/jobs/312856

Message Eugene at eugene@phosphorus.com if interested. Also if you want to learn more about the genomics space happy to talk, just send me a message.

constexpr 1 day ago 0 replies      
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.

thefahim 1 day ago 0 replies      
AdQuick | Senior Full Stack Engineer | Los Angeles, CA (Santa Monica/Venice) | Fulltime | ONSITE

AdQuick is a marketplace for outdoor advertising (think billboards, bus shelters, etc). Were bringing a $40B globally fragmented market into the 21st century. Some billboard companies still only accept checks! So dont even ask for ROI analysis ;) Were ex-Instacart tackling another archaic industry.

Were seed funded by top tier VCs. We havent announced funding yet but theyre household names. One of our advisors was formerly the CEO of CBS Outdoor.

Our stack is Rails & React. Python/OpenCV for image recognition. Ton of interesting challenges. How do you efficiently search the globe for billboards that target a certain demographic. How about generating optimized campaigns? ($50K budget, maximize impressions from females $100K salary) Were using image recognition to measure social media impact. Integrating with Google Analytics and other data warehouses to calculate ROI. And much more.

Interested? Lets chat. You can reach me at fahim@adquick.com or @fahim on Twitter.

Heres some information to get you up to speed.

How we used image recognition to measure impact of the billboard we sold to Drake: https://medium.com/@fahimferdous/drake-saved-6k-in-instagram...

How we drove 650% ROI for Orange Theory Fitnesshttps://adquick.com/otf-case-study

How does AdQuick compare to the old way of doing things?https://adquick.com/compare-to-direct

BCharlie 1 day ago 0 replies      
GE Power | Sr. Security Engineer (Programmer) | Atlanta, GA USA | http://www.ge.com/careers/opportunities?keyword=2749772

About us:

We're a new team of software engineers focused on helping the business build secure software on GE's Predix platform (predix.io)

About the role:

We build security tools for development teams (CI/CD security plugins, platform scanners, log aggregators), security focused libraries (2 factor authentication, OAuth wrappers, encryption wrappers), and anything else that might help our teams be more secure.

We also embed directly with product teams as security focused developers - ensuring user stories around security are being implemented, teaching developers about secure coding, and building the most sensitive parts of our critical applications.

Technology focus areas:

GE is a big company, and we support teams that use all sorts of languages, frameworks, and technologies. The most frequent technologies we work with are:

* Java with SpringBoot

* Angular

* Polymer

* Node

Other languages I am seeing more of: Python, Ruby, Elixer, Go

When we build internal tooling, we pick the best tools for the job.


You can find the full job posting at http://www.ge.com/careers/opportunities?keyword=2749772, or go to ge.com/careers and search for job number 2749772

You can also just email me (in profile) with questions!

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

kvz 1 day ago 0 replies      
Transloadit | Front-end Developer | World | REMOTE OPEN-SOURCE REACT PART-TIME https://transloadit.com

Transloadit is looking for an experienced front-end dev who can help us up to 15 hours a week to help shape our next-gen file uploader: https://uppy.io. We're thinking this could be fun for front-end developers with some spare time that enjoy working on open source and getting paid some for that ($3k/mo). Experience with React is required, and experience with React-like libraries like Preact, Yo-Yo, Virtual-DOM is very nice to have. The vacancy just came online: https://transloadit.com/jobs/2017-02-open-source-frontend-de... so check it out and let us know if you're interested at: kvz@transloadit.com

taber 1 day ago 1 reply      
Intact Design (https://intact.design/) | Berkeley, CA; Madison, WI | Full-time; INTERN | REMOTE OK

We're building a finite element analysis API on the web. Think of it like continuous integration, but for mechanical engineers. We're looking for software engineers with interest in computational geometry/geometric processing, computational physics/engineering, and building beautifully elegant user experiences for complicated technical software.

Our stack:* C++ for performance-critical finite element code* Ruby on Rails for server code* React + Three.js + regl on the frontend

Our competitive advantage comes from a combination of software architecture innovation and a super accessible user experience, so we need people who value these two pillars of their craft.

We'd love to hear from you! Email: taber[AT]intact[DOT]design

joshe 1 day ago 0 replies      
Scoot Networks | Senior Software Engineer | San Francisco CA | ONSITE | Full-time

I'm a software engineer at Scoot, we've got a great team and have some exciting React (and probably React Native) projects coming up and we'd love to get some help. If you live in SF you've probably seen our red electric scooters on the streets.

We do a phone screen and then 5 in person interviews. We don't have recruiters so you'll be working with me or another engineer throughout the process.

Apply here: https://jobs.lever.co/scoot/af9fd38a-180e-45dd-b077-722ff75e...


To run a rapidly expanding network of hundreds of smartphone-activated electric vehicles, you have to have one of the deepest, most interesting technology stacks around.

As Senior Software Engineer at Scoot, you will be a hands-on contributor to the codebase. You will learn new technologies, influence the product roadmap, build features, push code, and make Scoot more awesome.

Core requirements

* Extensive experience with React and Redux

* Mastery of Javascript, HTML, and CSS especially on iOS and Android

* Examples of elegant user interfaces you have implemented

* BS in CS, Engineering, Physics, Mathematics or equivalent training and work experience

* Concern for the planet and how much electric vehicles matter

* 5+ years experience writing software in a demanding professional environment

* Solid experience with unit and integration testing in front end software

Bonus points

* Experience shipping React Native apps

* Ruby on Rails experience

* Comfort with Agile development process, Git, and Github

* Familiarity with cloud service tools such as Heroku and AWS

jamesw6811 1 day ago 0 replies      
Common Sensing | iOS Developer | Cambridge, MA | FULLTIME, ONSITE | common-sensing.com

At Common Sensing we're modernizing chronic disease management. While big data has become the central theme of the last decade in tech, it has left little mark on many aspects of healthcare. We're changing that, and we need your help.

Our first product is Gocap: a connected device that integrates seamlessly into a user's workflow to collect data on insulin doses. Dose information is combined with blood glucose readings collected by our app and sent to our backend. There it empowers healthcare providers to make treatment decisions based on thousands of data points rather than the single reading they use today. This requires well-built software at all levels of the stack: device firmware, mobile apps, backend data storage and processing, frontend web portals, and a variety of tools to support building and testing the physical devices our team designs. We all wear a lot of hats here, and we're looking for software developers who'd like to do the same.

We expect you to:

Own the iOS app, refactoring and rebuilding the current codebase where necessary and adding features as we go.

Implement an iOS test suite that supports our verification needs.

Learn one or more of our other software platforms and contribute to those products (C, Android, Python, Node.js, Ruby on Rails).

Help determine the future of software at Common Sensing, from architectural and platform decisions to team process and structure.

In addition to software development, there will be opportunities to learn and participate in all aspects of the business, from fundraising to embedded electronics to clinical trials.

If this sounds fun, we'd like to hear from you at hiring@common-sensing.com. We will start with a phone screen of selected candidates then move to an onsite or remote interview.

evan121 1 day ago 0 replies      
Brightcove (http://brightcove.com) | London, Boston, Seattle, & Tempe | Full-Time | Onsite

We're an online video platform (OVP) headquartered near Boston's South Station (with offices around the world), and power video for many of the world'slargest media companies. We work on fun, difficult problems using the latest tech within a casual work environment. We offer a fully stocked kitchen,ping pong/arcade machines, frequent catering, unlimited vacation policy that employees actually use, generous work/life balance, 401k matching, etc. etc.


* Principal Golang Engineer (http://grnh.se/l2hxfk1)

* Senior Software Engineer, Video Delivery (http://grnh.se/4l0hwv1)

Boston, MA:

* Senior Node.js Developer (http://grnh.se/vojsg01)

* Senior Front-end Web Engineer (http://grnh.se/2ca64l1)

* QA Engineer (http://grnh.se/cmv4tn1)

* Principal Golang Engineer (http://grnh.se/l2hxfk1)

* Principal Software Engineer, Live Streaming (http://grnh.se/mfq1j51)

* Senior Cloud Media Engineer (http://grnh.se/dgb04p1)

* Sales Engineer, Media (http://grnh.se/0inbf11)

prusso 1 day ago 0 replies      
Nexkey | Senior mobile developer | Oakland, CA | Full time, onsite

Nexkey is solving the problem of large-scale key and access management by developing low-power compact electromechanical lock hardware and highly secure software & apps. We prioritize security, using strong cryptography so that the customer has complete control over access to their physical locks. Were a seed-stage startup, backed by K9 Ventures and Upfront Ventures.

Were looking for a lead mobile developer to join our small core technical team. iOS development experience is a must; and Android experience is a plus. The scope of work is broad (UI/UX, hardware and backend connections, crypto ops, keychain storage) so an experienced generalist would be a good fit.

If youre interested, please email peter.russo@nexkey.com

caitlinspothero 1 day ago 0 replies      
SpotHero | Chicago, IL | http://spothero.com SpotHero is changing parking, and our tools will redefine the transportation industry. With over a million cars parked, fast growth, and solid funding (https://angel.co/spothero), SpotHero offers countless ways to make an impact on the company and your career.

Senior Engineer - Platform - https://spothero.com/careers/570628 SpotHero is seeking a Senior Engineer for our Platform Team. You will be responsible for building all things related to our Platform Services and Infrastructure that power our website, our API, and our native apps.

To apply, please email your resume to jobs@spothero.com. Include any github account, linkedin profile, and any project that youre particularly proud of. We love seeing work that others loved working on.

philth 1 day ago 0 replies      
Starling | Front End Engineer & Full Stack Engineer & Security Engineer | SF | Full-Time | Onsite

Starling exists to make organizations better. We're a data aggregation and analysis platform for People data, helping companies create data-backed strategies to build great organizations. From diversity and inclusion, to attrition risk and prevention, we cover a wide range of challenging problems.

Were looking to hire Front End, Full Stack and Security engineers. You would be joining a small, fun team of incredibly gifted and passionate peers.

Our platform is live and revenue generating, backed by some great investors. We're working with some of the top tech and non-tech companies in the US.

We make extensive use of python/flask, React, Node.js, D3.js - experience with analytics products is a huge plus.

As we're still small and growing rapidly, we can't accommodate recent bootcamp grads.

Help us shape the future of work. Reach out to us at jobs@withstarling.com to apply. Competitive salary/equity + all the perks

justus_molia 15 hours ago 0 replies      
Molia | Student Software Engineer (Ruby on Rails) | Cologne, Germany | REMOTE

We are looking for smart student software engineers to join our team. You will work as a full stack Ruby on Rails developer. Knowledge in JavaScript is a big plus.

Molia is a young, dynamic and heterogeneous team with flat hierarchies. We are creating personalized books for children and plan to go online in the next few weeks. Our books are targeted at young children and the typical issues they deal with: a fear of darkness, the first day in kindergarten or the loss of a close relative.

I am an experienced Rails developer myself and worked as a Rails developer at two other startups in the last 7 years. I will make sure you have a smooth onboarding and I am always there for any questions. If you are interested in the job you can shoot me an email: justus@molia.de

We are looking forward to hear from you!

bss 1 day ago 0 replies      
Gusto | Software Engineer, Developer tools | San Francisco, CA | VISA https://gusto.com

At Gusto we are changing the way small businesses manage payroll, benefits and HR for their busineses.We are looking for an additional engineers to join our growing developer tools team here in San Francisco.

If I had to describe this position in one sentence it would be: Make the rest of the engineering team faster/stronger/better, be a multiplier.The developer tools team work on making our test suites run blazingly fast, give engineers better insights into the code they write, change how we develop future features and clean up old ones.Being a fairly new and small team, you would be able to make a really big impact on the full engineering team.

Our stack is ruby/rails, mysql, redis heavy, although we venture into the unknown when that is a better technology choice.

Feel free to reach out directly to me (bo at gusto.com), I am the hiring manager for this position.

cubistml 1 day ago 1 reply      
Cubist Systematic Strategies | Quantitative Developer Systematic Options | New York | Onsite | Full Time

Cubist Systematic Strategies is the systematic investing business of Point72 Asset Management. We deploy systematic, computer-driven trading strategies across multiple liquid asset classes.

Were looking for a lead developer to join a new team focused on short term systematic futures, FX, and options strategies. You will drive the design and development of components of a research, simulation, and trading system, including:

* Option pricing and greek computation

* Portfolio construction and optimization

* Position, risk, and P&L services

* Compute cluster, high throughput research infrastructure

* Monitors, dashboards

You should have experience working with:

* C++/Java and Python

* Systems for real-time option pricing, risk, and execution

* Fully automated option delta hedging strategies

* Real-time forecast, alpha services

* Tick/microstructure level data

To learn more or apply, send an email with your CV to talent@cubistsystematic.com.

donohoe 1 day ago 0 replies      
Hearst | FE Developer | New York, NY | http://www.hearst.com/

TLDR; I'm building a new team at Hearst with a focus on local news. We're re-working front-end of various news sites that reach 100M+ unique readers a month (SFGate, SF Chron, Houston Chron, SeattlePI etc) along with new services - with a focus on UX, web page performance, and new features (ad, editorial, revenue, and engagement).

Local news is under threat. Come fight the good fight! I worked at NYTimes.com, engineered Quartz (qz.com), and rebuilt The New Yorker (newyorker.com) and have ambitious plans.

Send me an email at donohoe@hearst.com or check out our job listing for more information: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/238323069/

ologhbeg 1 day ago 0 replies      
MedicaSafe, Inc. | Front End Developer | New York, NY | ONSITE | Full-time

Position: Front End Developer

Are you a front-end dev with strong design skills? Does thinking through a user's experience inspire what you want to build next? If so, MedicaSafe might be a good fit for you! We're looking for a developer who is comfortable defining screen-flow and working with backend developers on implementation. Our ideal candidate is interested in understanding the user and building on that understanding as a foundation. As a company, we develop technology to improve patient outcomes with a focus on medication adherence and addiction treatment. Our office is in New York City's West Soho neighborhood in a pleasant, creative, pun-filled environment.


--- Design and implement user interfaces

--- Coordinate with research team to better understand users and use cases


--- Javascript, HTML, CSS

--- UI / UX, Responsive Design


--- Experience working in health care

--- Minimalist design aesthetic

--- At least 1 year of relevant work experience

Candidates are encouraged to submit a portfolio and/or github link. Please send your materials to jobs@medicasafe.com.

jstsch 1 day ago 0 replies      
Schuttelaar & Partners | Web Developer for a Healthy World | The Hague, NL | ONSITE https://www.schuttelaar-partners.com/vacancies/development/w...

You are not just any developer. You work for a cause. That is a healthy and sustainable world. As a developer at Schuttelaar & Partners you'll work with fifty expert consultants on food, health and sustainability. For a broad spectrum of projects and clients from sprouting local initiatives to big impact projects with multinationals. Do you want to code for your ideals? Then send me an email!

bitxbitxbitcoin 1 day ago 0 replies      
PRIVATE INTERNET ACCESS | https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/ | Developers, DevOps, 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.

chunkstuntman 1 day ago 0 replies      
ClimaCell | Backend Engineer | Boston, MA | ONSITE


email: stefan at climacell dot co

apply: http://www.climacell.co/careers


Tech Stack: Python, Spark, AWS, JS

ClimaCell is the next wave in weather forecasting, and we are looking forexperienced engineers to help us build out infrastructure that willbring real-time and predictive weather data to communities where implementingtraditional weather sensors would be costly and ineffective.

If you are an engineer with experience in distributed data processing (Spark, Hadoop,Kafka), DevOps (AWS, DC/OS, Google Cloud), and/or API architecting (ExpressJS,Flask), we would love to chat with you!



401k, Health Insurance (Blue Cross), Transportation Subsidies, Stock Options


Where we are:

Currently, we are working out of the Harvard Innovation Labs in Allston, a shortride from Boston, Cambridge, and surrounding neighborhoods.

jonahbailey 1 day ago 0 replies      
Atomic Object | Software Consultancy | Ann Arbor, MI | Onsite/Fulltime


--- Work with smart, passionate people. Make cool stuff. Learn every day. ---

Atomic is growing a diverse and inclusive team of curious, creative people who love creating great software for our clients.

THE POSITIONAtomic Object is a consultancy that creates custom software products. We work across web, mobile, desktop, and embedded product developmenthelping our clients innovate and grow by doing what they do better.

Atomic makers work on self-managed teams of 2-10 designers, developers, and testerscollaborating to create products for our clients, from the idea phase through launch and beyond.

WHY ATOMIC?Atomic is a great place to do awesome work. As an Atom, you'll: Join a tight-knit group of makers working in an atmosphere of friendship, exploration, and respect.

Work on a variety of projects and help make pipelines safer, cities greener, healthcare smarter, and old products new again. Be part of a transparent, employee-owned company that's active in making the software community stronger, smarter, and more diverse.

Receive great benefits, including support for professional development, schedule flexibility, employee ownership, 401(k) contributions, and generous vacation time.

INTERESTED?If you'd like to find out more about Atomic or this position, don't hesitate to check out our current open position:Experienced Software Developer: https://atomicobject.com/careers/ann-arbor-software-develope...

MatthewMcDonald 1 day ago 0 replies      
EquipmentShare | Software Engineer | Kansas City, MO

Full job listings and application instructions at https://equipmentshare.com/jobs

EquipmentShare's goal is to be the best platform for contractors to rent and manage their assets. We're looking for experienced software engineers (front end, back end, full stack) to build out our telematics and rental software. We're primarily using Angular and Python.

Example situations that you could build tools for:

* Help companies run efficient job sites by monitoring their equipment utilization* Decrease fuel costs by optimizing rental scheduling and transportation* Use telematics data to manage equipment maintenance, and preventatively dispatch mechanics

c0nrad 1 day ago 0 replies      
MongoDB | Senior Product Security Manager | NYC

MongoDB is looking for an outstanding Product Manager with strong Information Security experience to take on a senior role in our products organization. This role will live at the center of sales, marketing, and engineering for a company that is disrupting a $40B market. This role will be responsible for managing strategy and best practice continuity across all MongoDB products from a security perspective. The position is based in New York City.Requirements:

* 5+ years of product management experience with a complex technical product

* A strong understanding of Information Security fundamentalsExperience and demonstrated success in delivering software products to market

* Ability to communicate complex technical issues simply to different audiences

* Ability to write, defend, and execute on findings

* Familiarity with open source technologies

* B.Sc. in Computer Science. M.Sc. or Ph.D. in relevant domain a plus

Apply Here: http://myjob.io/ctyhw

Questions? stuart@mongodb.com

matthewmacleod 1 day ago 0 replies      
Altmetric (https://altmetric.com) | Software Developer | London, UK | Full time | Onsite

Thousands of conversations about scholarly content and scientific research happen online every day. Altmetric tracks a range of sources to capture and collate this activity, helping authors, publishers, editors, funders & researchers monitor and report on the attention surrounding the work they care about.

As part of our development team, youll develop software that processes hundreds of thousands of mentions and serves over 15 million API requests every single day.

For more information see https://altmetric.workable.com/jobs/436220

mapleoin 1 day ago 1 reply      
Osper | Senior Backend Engineer | London, UK | VISA ONSITE

Osper (https://osper.com) is mobile banking for young people aged 8-18. We give children the power to manage their money, and parents the confidence to let them. We've already helped tens of thousands of young people learn what it means to spend and save in the digital world. We are growing fast, and need to expand our team.

We are looking for an experienced backend developer with DevOps skills. Our infrastructure is built on python (2 and 3) and Flask; postgresql and dynamo db; docker/ECS for deployment. We integrate with quite a few third-parties for transaction processing/card payments/subscriptions/kyc checks etc.

Compensation: 60,000 - 80,000 + stock options

You can apply at https://osper.workable.com/jobs/415580 or contact me directly with questions.

lynfogeek 1 day ago 0 replies      
Impraise (YC S14) | Front-end Developer, Ruby Developer | Amsterdam, The Netherlands | Onsite, full-time

Our mission is to help people become successful in their professional life while building a company people love to work at. Think of it as becoming the fitness tracker of your professional life. We help our clients and users achieve a high performing work environment by:

Giving continuous insight into your performance

Making it easy to collect feedback and make it insightful

Offering coaching and guidance on the next steps in your career.

We are currently hiring:

- A senior Front-end developer (React, Redux, es6) http://jobs.impraise.com/o/front-end-developer-a19c22bf-6ed6...

- A senior Ruby developer to help us scale, we use Rails 5, GraphQL, AWS http://jobs.impraise.com/o/ruby-developer

Swarm64 14 hours ago 0 replies      
Swarm64 | Senior Software Test Engineer | Berlin, Germany | ONSITE, German language courses, VISAOur company is developing a full-stack software and hardware database acceleration solution that will revolutionalize the database market.

You will take charge of developing and executing test and verification of the code base, and you will work closely with the development team and the system integration team to devise effective and efficient test strategies, procedures and processes. To be successful in this demanding role, you must have the experience, expertise and confidence as well as the communication skills to be a leading contributor in our team of outstanding engineers.

Find out more about us and our job openings at www.swarm64.com

e271828 1 day ago 1 reply      
Qualcomm Technologi