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Apple Watch sales up over 50% since last year techcrunch.com
71 points by brandonb  57 minutes ago   44 comments top 15
mortenjorck 17 minutes ago 1 reply      
Ive been saying it all along: to understand the Apple Watch, look to the iPod. The first three years of iPod sales were minuscule compared to the following ten: https://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ipod_sales_per_qua...

The two products occupy a very similar space of affordable luxury; they are not world-changing like the Mac or iPhone, but category-defining. Through gradual iteration and segmentation, Apple slowly turned its niche product into a cultural force.

Just wait until the iPod Classic 5G equivalent of the Watch comes out.

ProfessorLayton 17 minutes ago 2 replies      
Overall I still regret buying my Series 1. The hardware was just not ready (Neither was the software, but the updates have improved it quite a bit over the 1.0 disaster). I knew I'd be an early adopter, so some rough edges are to be expected, however, it is still being sold. Even so I experience(d) the following:

- Severe lag when triggering Siri

- Slow mail updates, to the point where I pull my phone out of my pocket anyway

- "This message contains elements Apple Watch cannot display". Seen way too often and it is frustrating.

- The wrist band mechanism failed to lock after ~4mo. Apple sent me a replacement Watch no questions asked which was great, but it took ~1mo to do so.

- The digital crown no longer rotates smoothly and instead feels like there's stuff clogging it. Washing the watch helps for a short while.

- Slow location updates, meaning a quick glance for at the local high/low weather is still often cities away after I arrive somewhere. Use case: Will I need my jacket with me later, or can I leave it in my car?

The heart rate monitor is great and my favorite feature, but not worth the $400 I paid for it.

Karupan 1 minute ago 0 replies      
I swore not to by a smartwatch a couple of years back, but ended up getting the Series 2 as a gift last month. I simply love it! I need constant reminder to exercise, meditate, etc and it seems to be a perfect companion for that.

What surprised me was the battery life. I was expecting to put it on charge every night, but for my limited usage pattern, it lasts a good two days easily. For me, it adds more value than a similarly priced dump watch.

vermontdevil 23 minutes ago 0 replies      
I have the Series 2 and it's been great for me.

1) Vibrating alarm. Perfect as I hate these big vibrating discs for the deaf. They break frequently.

2) Message/Email notification. It vibrates when I get a text message so I can look and see if it's worth my time to reply or wait till later. Same with email.

3) Fitness - great for running and can even leave the phone at home (Strava especially).

saagarjha 33 minutes ago 3 replies      
Personal anecdote: I bought an Apple Watch early and didn't really know what to do with it. It wasn't until I fell off my bike and broke it did I realize how much more exercise I was getting with it. I bought another one soon after.
acdha 8 minutes ago 0 replies      
Series 2 is decent - a great solution for notification polling but I think WatchOS 4 will be the first non-beta release. There's a lot of neat ideas but so many little do they even have a QA department? moments, starting with having to wipe & reset my new one when it disabled activity tracking with no explanation.
kpwags 32 minutes ago 1 reply      
I got the Series 2 in January. I love it, but can also see why it might be more of a niche product. $400 for a watch isn't exactly cheap and I know many people who opt for their smartphone over any kind of watch.
donw 19 minutes ago 4 replies      
My big question is: what do people do with theirs? Other than notifications and fitness tracking, I'm struggling to think of a use case for owning one.
a2tech 37 minutes ago 2 replies      
I've been seeing them all over. I think they're going to be a sleeper hit with people
whipoodle 10 minutes ago 0 replies      
The two main use cases seem to be notifications and fitness. I'm not big on working out, and I actively try to receive as few notifications as possible, so I don't think I'm in the target market for these. But I could see it being compelling for anyone who is interested in either of those use cases.
inthewoods 18 minutes ago 0 replies      
Bought mine initially as an exercise tool, but found the GPS to be pretty incorrect - goal was to be able to run without the phone. But despite this (now running with phone), I still love it - surprised how much I enjoy it.
eco 29 minutes ago 0 replies      
I hope this motivates Android Wear manufacturers to make a decent watch. Right now they are all pretty mediocre. You either get a fat sport watch with LTE or a less fat watch with very few compelling features.

I just want NFC (for Android Pay), heart rate monitor, no-LTE (in exchange for being thinner) in a classic, non-sport style.

gallerdude 26 minutes ago 0 replies      
Apple Watch, or accessories in general, are something you can buy at any time that increases the utility of your device. Compare this to something like an OS update that gets released annually for free, but you cant really control when you get it.
leesalminen 13 minutes ago 0 replies      
I've been waiting for the Series 3 ... you know what they say about 3s :)
jiqiren 20 minutes ago 0 replies      
Forget my Apple Watch at home = miss most meetings at work.

My new dependency.

Nearly All Binary Searches and Mergesorts Are Broken (2006) googleblog.com
52 points by rargulati  1 hour ago   22 comments top 5
sillysaurus3 56 minutes ago 3 replies      
I wish it was worth a lot to be good at systems programming these days. It seems like the huge salaries are for rails senior devs. I spent like ten years getting really good at this stuff (the (low + high)/2 line jumped right out at me) but nowadays it feels like being really good at trivial pursuit.

It's interesting how much things have changed in the last decade. I wonder what next decade's "Rails" will be? Could it be possible to predict?

maxton 59 minutes ago 3 replies      
That line from the C/C++ "fix" is an atrocity; `low`, `mid`, and `high` should never have been declared as signed integers in the first place, since array indices are never negative. It's unfortunate that in Java there is no other option than to use signed ints.
jtchang 38 minutes ago 0 replies      
I don't think that is broken. The algorithm is sound conceptually. I was almost looking for some type of theory where all mergesorts and binary searches could be improved.
jmull 33 minutes ago 0 replies      
* for arrays with counts over a billion if you choose to use signed 32-bit integers for array indexes.

Not that it isn't a potential problem, but it's a narrow issue.

ScottBurson 40 minutes ago 3 replies      
The bug isn't in your algorithm; the bug is in your language, which doesn't provide arbitrary-precision integer arithmetic by default.
Malicious crossenv package on npm twitter.com
259 points by phpnode  4 hours ago   78 comments top 17
danjoc 2 hours ago 4 replies      
Friendly reminder, every time this happens...


"However, this is just a piece of an overall solution, and it brings with it a lot of the baggage that comes along whenever GnuPG or PGP get involved. Without a web of trust (sigh), a PKI (ugh), or some other mechanism to tie identities to trust metrics, this is essentially a complicated, very expensive, and fragile version of the shasum check npm already has."

I really like how the NPM simultaneously insults two legends in crypto and does _nothing_ to protect the node ecosystem, deferring to "better solutions" that don't exist and will never exist.

They've done literally nothing.


Last discussion was > 1 year ago. They simply do not care. Security isn't even an afterthought.

fiatjaf 8 minutes ago 0 replies      
This is issue is not so hard to deal with.

1. For every big, important package, you can probably count on number of downloads/stars a library has to attest its trustworthiness.

2. For small packages, you should always look at the code directly. Search npm, see the GitHub repository link, click, read the source to see if it more-or-less does what you want. I think a lot of people do this already.

3. Typosquatting is still the only unsolved problem, but an addition to the npm CLI that checks if there are packages with similar names when you're downloading and alerts you -- maybe even suggesting the package that has much more downloads/stars -- should solve that.

wolfgang42 3 hours ago 1 reply      
This attack has been previously described in the paper "Typosquatting package managers":

Paper: http://incolumitas.com/data/thesis.pdf

Blog post: http://incolumitas.com/2016/06/08/typosquatting-package-mana...

Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=11862217https://www.reddit.com/r/netsec/comments/4n4w2h/

The paper also discusses possible mitigation measures, including prohibiting registering new packages within a certain Levenshtein distance of existing packages and using additional namespacing.

iamakulov 2 hours ago 1 reply      
For everyone, heres a one-liner to check your dependency tree:

 npm ls | grep -E "babelcli|crossenv|cross-env.js|d3.js|fabric-js|ffmepg|gruntcli|http-proxy.js|jquery.js|mariadb|mongose|mssql.js|mssql-node|mysqljs|nodecaffe|nodefabric|node-fabric|nodeffmpeg|nodemailer-js|nodemailer.js|nodemssql|node-opencv|node-opensl|node-openssl|noderequest|nodesass|nodesqlite|node-sqlite|node-tkinter|opencv.js|openssl.js|proxy.js|shadowsock|smb|sqlite.js|sqliter|sqlserver|tkinter"
(More details: https://iamakulov.com/notes/npm-malicious-packages/)

phpnode 3 hours ago 1 reply      
NPM themselves recently launched a new package called npx [0] which will download and execute packages directly from the registry if you don't already have them installed. So if you make a simple typo like this:

 npx crossenv foo
instead of

 npx cross-env foo
you'd have got the malicious version.

[0] https://www.npmjs.com/package/npx

fpgaminer 42 minutes ago 0 replies      
Is there an api to query recent NPM packages, as well as get a full list of packages?

It'd be interesting to write a tool that monitors as packages are added to npm, compare them against the existing list, and check for potential typo-squatting. Like, remove dashes, check Levenshtein distance, etc.

I mean, NPM themselves should be doing that but ... since they aren't, might as well do it for them, ya?

devwastaken 3 hours ago 1 reply      
This is something I've always been concerned about with the node/NPM environment. Any project, even the smallest ones, have hundreds of dependencies. All it takes is some small lines of rogue code, and your entire project is vulnerable. Especially in JS, where you can do network requests and various critical actions all in one line of code.
eropple 4 hours ago 1 reply      
This is important. It looks like the organization is submerging; they've deleted their NPM account and the package and emptied their GitHub repo.

This should be signal boosted as hard as it can be managed, because this is rough stuff.

xxxdarrenxxx 1 hour ago 0 replies      
This is not unexpected if u take into account behind all the code are still humans.

Everyone can share everything for free, safe and sound in a happy world.

Didn't happen ever in the "real world", won't happen here. It's idealistic bias.

I'm sure many things have been written on this, but this is essentially an issue rooted in human behaviour.

It always comes down to having a or multiple arbiter(s) to maintain a standard. The issue with this in these type off ecosystems is that it's simply too big and too dynamic unless devs and the curators are on common terms release wise.

By now you basically are threading being an organisation potentially elevating privileges with just a small portion off devs to realistically deal with the scale off things. In this centralized state it can swing the other way, mainting heavy arbiting and release standards (Apple for example), creating a potential more stable and secure but closed system.

emeraldd 3 hours ago 1 reply      
For reference: https://twitter.com/o_cee/status/892306836199800836

since the user appears to have been nuked...

kevinsimper 4 hours ago 1 reply      
This is serious stuff and we will definitely see more of it in the future! As there are more and more node.js developers, it will be more profitable to run a scam like this and you only need to hijack one page that has a lot of dependencies, one package that is for example used by `express` to get access to a lot of users.

The only thing you can do is be careful and listen for projects like node security.

albertgoeswoof 2 hours ago 0 replies      
I wonder why they didn't obfuscate the code a bit more, they could have even positioned it as a reference package that helps resolve typos.

Would be interesting to know how many systems have potentially been hit by this, and if any leaked production credentials. I think it's unlikely to yield a lot of useful results due to then drag net nature of the project. A targeted attack might make more sense (e.g. On an open source library, targeting specific developers)

ben174 3 hours ago 1 reply      
Looks like all the packages by this guy post to hacktask.net - a Chinese site.

Google autocomplete also suggests xss.hacktask.net

Looks like this guy is up to all kinds of no good.

smaili 2 hours ago 1 reply      
Looks like it's being logged to npm.hacktask.net/log

Couldn't the developer have at least chosen a less suspicious domain name? :)

mjs 2 hours ago 1 reply      
Google cache suggests no downloads, fortunately:


dboy1612 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Does anyone know if "hacktask.net" was used in all the rogue packages? Got a grep running through caches/projects.
infinity0 3 hours ago 1 reply      
nodejs lack-of-QA comes back to bite them in the ass yet again. wasn't the first time nor will it be the last time, ditch this bullshit.
S&P 500 to exclude Snap after voting rights debate reuters.com
130 points by dvt  4 hours ago   103 comments top 14
chollida1 4 hours ago 12 replies      
I think this is a perfect free market reaction to companies not having voting stock.

Last week the FTSE Russell index announced the same thing.

As a minor point, dual/triple class shares are still allowed so FB, GOOG and BRK are still ok.

If you really want to own a stock that gives you no profits, no income from dividends, no voice in how its run, and actually no value what so ever other than the greater fool theory then go ahead.

I mean, Google could come right now and offer to buy SNAP for 10x what its currently valued at and Evan Spiegel could say no, even though its almost a certainty that the company will never be worth that much.

On the other hand if you don't like the fact that a company goes public and declares that its ownership is in for life no matter what, then you'll probably view this as a positive measure.

All this means is that ETF funds will have some recourse to hold management accountable.

One thing is for sure now ETF investing got a bit less passive.

As a side note on SNAP in particular, Even though the first Lockup has just expired, most employee's, are in lock up due to earnings coming out on August 10th and a subsequent lock up at the end of the month.

By mid September we should have a clear picture on just how the markets value SNAP.


To give an example of what companies like SNAP are foregoing by not allowing voting rights is access to, of the 7 largest owners of google stock, 2 are the founders, the other 5 are mutual funds/ETF fund firms.

JumpCrisscross 3 hours ago 3 replies      
"What happened here was not that the pickiest and most careful investors scrutinized Snap closely and made the bold decision not to buy its stock. Instead, the very least picky possible investors -- the index funds, whose mandate is to buy all the stocks in the market -- are the ones who won't be buying Snap. It makes no sense: In a reasonable world, you'd expect the passive funds to be passive buyers of whatever the market provides, while active funds would make active decisions about what the market should provide. In our actual world, though, the passive funds have all the power, and the active funds are constrained to follow their lead" (Matt Levine, [1]).

[1] https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2017-07-27/the-end-o...

SilasX 2 hours ago 0 replies      
>"Companies with multiple share class structures tend to have corporate governance structures that treat different shareholder classes unequally with respect to voting rights and other governance issues," the index provider said in a statement.

Good. Reminds me of the thing with Zenefits where they basically screwed the (loose cannon, fired) CEO out of his shares by offering heavily discounted new shares to everyone but him.[1] I know, not quite the same thing here, but a good measure to hold the line against dilution trickery that might get that far.

Edit: According to this recode piece[2], the shares on the stock market (class A) have no voting rights, B have 12%, and the C class have 88% and are held by the founders. Yeah, I'm surprised the exchanges tolerated such weak offerings to begin with, let alone the indexes.

[1] https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=12013321

[2] https://www.recode.net/2017/2/21/14670314/snap-ipo-stock-vot...

Dobbs 4 hours ago 2 replies      
This title, "S&P 500 to exclude Snap after voting rights debate" is wrong. S&P 500 is moving to bar all stocks with multiple classes with different voting rights. Existing stocks in the S&P 500 are grandfathered.

Personally I'm a fan of this. Multiple voting classes seem to be abused. Take the recent Ford case where the Ford family owned a very small percentage of shares, but had an overwhelming share of the voting power. If I understood it correctly it took basically unanimous voting from all other shareholders to remove this imbalance.

skrause 4 hours ago 5 replies      
Are multiple classes of shares really that bad? Here in Germany a possible concept is the Vorzugsaktie (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preferred_stock#Germany) where you have no voting rights in exchange for a higher dividend than the normal stocks. If you're just a small investor with no desire to exercise voting rights anyway it's actually the better deal.
woopwoop 3 hours ago 2 replies      
I have a probably naive question. I just learned about the concept of non-voting stock today. Is there typically some contractual obligation for companies that, if they do a stock buyback, some fraction of the shares bought must be non-voting shares?

If not, what is the value of a non-voting share? Particularly for a company that doesn't pay dividends and doesn't have substantial material assets to sell in the event of liquidation (my impression is that this describes many or even most modern publicly traded companies)?

hendzen 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Now to see if the next big startup to IPO (AirBnB, Uber, etc) learns their lesson about issuing these bullshit shares to the public.

$SPY alone is a significant chunk of total equities ADV - and there are other SP500 ETFs that hold significant assets. By not being eligible to be part of these indices pre-IPO shareholders are ignoring a huge and growing segment of the market.

kristopolous 3 hours ago 1 reply      
So there's going to be a time where Snap gets snatched up for real - I don't care about the current promises from the founders, reality has a way of making itself happen.

The real problem is to get in a bit before the snatch up because there's usually a stock boost then. It'd be a quick, low-yield safe return.

The risk there is sometimes the captains do go down with the ship and you're going to just have to write things off when things get bought for peanuts (aka my SUN holdings) so I don't know if it's a farm-betting strategy.

And finally, this strategy has some weird consequences, like when I bought Apple stock in the late 90s after Jobs publicly said they had a couple month runway. I thought Compaq or Gateway would come by and get them (and no, I sold it off at a reasonable double digit percentage profit and am damn happy about not being greedy). Crystal balls are very cloudy.

This is not financial advice.

cbhl 2 hours ago 2 replies      
If you actually believe in passive index investing, this seems like a bad thing. You want lots of little pieces of various companies, especially ones that protect from distractions/meddling by activist investors.
c3534l 2 hours ago 0 replies      
This is so strange. Multiple classes of stock are commonplace. Nonvoting stock is for people who want to invest in the company, but not be real owners of it. That sounds like why most people buy stock. Was there a lead up to this that I missed?
malchow 3 hours ago 1 reply      
Good rulemaking, but any thought as to why it isn't retroactive?
rajacombinator 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Surprising, but excellent news for America's 401ks. Bad news for Uber shareholders.
guelo 4 hours ago 2 replies      
It's just an index. I'm sure there will be many index funds with SNAP in them if you want to buy them.
debt 3 hours ago 0 replies      
I guess SNAP doesn't want easy money.
How the Collison brothers turned seven lines of code into Stripe bloomberg.com
411 points by coloneltcb  8 hours ago   135 comments top 25
eggbrain 7 hours ago 13 replies      
If you are wondering how Stripe could even start with just 7 lines of code, it's a bit misleading:

 With Stripe, all a startup had to do was add seven lines of code to its site to handle payments: What once took weeks was now a cut-and-paste job.
I.E. the simplicity of the Stripe platform (taking only 7 lines of code for developers) was how they succeeded, not that they built a startup at first with just 7 lines of code.

downandout 7 hours ago 4 replies      
I don't know Patrick, but he has personally jumped in here on HN where appropriate, publicly given out his own email address to handle issues, etc., and continued to do so even after Stripe achieved a $1b+ valuation. While most of their billionaire Silicon Valley contemporaries are very hard people to root for, I am rooting for these guys. They seem like genuinely good people whose success is well deserved, and so far they have not let it go to their heads.
mschaef 7 hours ago 5 replies      
~12 years ago, it was Patrick Collison that was named young scientist of the year for developing a dialect of Lisp called Croma:


I'm glad to see he has continued to do well.

smaili 7 hours ago 3 replies      
Though not the primary focus of the article, this struck a chord with me:

> When bored in class, Patrick read books. I would line up the angles so I was hidden from the teachers view, he says, adding that he found out years later that an enlightened principal had instructed teachers to allow it.

fpgaminer 5 hours ago 1 reply      
I hadn't worked with payment systems for a number of years, but recently added Stripe to a quick MVP I built (bitcoinvoice.com). It took two hours. I couldn't believe how easy it was, and how nice the UX of the whole thing was.

I imagined the usual song and dance of writing a bunch of back-end code to handle all their weird requests, worrying about double checking everything in the requests to make sure nobody can spoof them, etc, etc. Ya know, the dumb stuff that takes hours to write, hours to test, and days to wait for support to get back to you because their test servers are broken.

And then I imagined waiting days for them to approve my account for live transactions, requiring scanned copies of my driver's license with me flashing some sort of gang sign while reciting page 452 of the 1993 re-print of Moby Dick.

Nope. Turned out they have a synchronous API for processing payment so I don't need to handle callbacks on the backend. Turned out the front end code was, yeah about 7 lines (more with a few tweaks). And their documentation injects your keys into the sample code for you (wow)! On top of all that ... they had Go sample code!

And when I went to enable my live account, I'm pretty sure all they asked for was name and address, maybe TIN. Nothing else. No wait. Just ... bam, I was enabled and could start accepting live payments.

It was perhaps the most pleasant API integration I've ever done.

There are _some_ rough spots. They don't really explain Radar, their fraud protection very well. It wasn't clear to me if it was automatically included and handled. shrugs. And though they advertised support for Bitcoin payments, it turns out you have to use their async API to accept Bitcoin payments. I was willing to accept zero-conf payments, so I figured I could just keep using their synchronous API, but I guess not.

cylinder 7 hours ago 1 reply      
Anyone who dealt with Authorize.net should have seen the opportunity in making these payments simpler... But I didn't.
wonderwonder 7 hours ago 1 reply      
The article mentions this but for me the truly great aspect of stripe is that they targeted the developer. I have dealt with several payment systems and most of them have poor documentation and getting them to work is a lot of trial and error. They appear to be monoliths who survive because management has chosen them.

Stripe provides excellent documentation and support (on #stripe in freenode). It just makes my life easier.

(I have never used Braintree so I can't comment on it)

IgorPartola 7 hours ago 1 reply      
For me, Stripe was a revelation because they eliminated fixed monthly costs. When I ran a side project that took credit cards, I found the cheapest option to be a $20/month merchant account + $20/month to Spreedly. Others had a few months free trials, etc. but ended up being more expensive over the first year.

Stripe, while being more expensive than these options per transaction, actually cost me a lot less to start out. While $40/month doesn't seem like a lot, for a hobby project that likely won't make that much money in the first months to a year, it's huge.

whipoodle 7 hours ago 2 replies      
The bit about Amazon is the actual news contained in the story, if anyone here is interested in discussing that.
willlll 7 hours ago 1 reply      
> Over the past couple of weeks, Stripe began handling a large, though undisclosed, portion of Amazons transactions. Neither company will address the scope of the dealwhich was only revealed by Stripes addition of Amazons logo to its websitebut it could help Stripe greatly increase its transaction volume.

So, reading into this, amazon presumably invested in stripe, then gave it some transaction traffic to juice the numbers to make an S-1 look better?

BigChiefSmokem 7 hours ago 0 replies      
I love this. Simplicity and speed is what I fight for everyday at work but it seems I am the odd man out in my field. Everyone just wants to write over-engineered solutions that can launch space rockets with extra extra modularization you know just in case the Hubble fails again and of course fear of what may happen "in the future" in case "we ever need to scale".

How about we just focus on the job at hand for now and worry about things like scaling and robust API/interfaces AFTER we actually acquire customers and start making the money.

Kiro 7 hours ago 1 reply      
The biggest thing for me with Stripe was that I no longer needed a card redemption agreement. Before that I had to deal with both my bank and the provider and it was a bureaucratic mess.

I still wonder how Stripe managed to get around that.

balls187 7 hours ago 1 reply      
Seems all kinds of shitty to have an article about "Two brothers" yet feature a photo where only one brother is in focus.
samblr 2 hours ago 1 reply      
>>>> "Stripe made its debut in 2011 .... had spent two years testing their service and forming relationships with banks, credit card companies, and regulators so customers wouldnt have to".

Can somebody help throw light on:

how Paypal was lagging in 2011 when compared to stripe ?


how Collisons went forming better relationship with bank to build a system better than Paypal ?

amichal 3 hours ago 1 reply      
I am just now in the process of completing a migration from Paypal PayFlow (Recurring Profiles) to Stripe (Subscriptions)

While Stripe's API documentation is MUCH easier to understand on the face there is a lot of undocumented complexity hidden away in there that was documented in Payflow Pro (mostly -- in a hard to find 400 page pdf).

In the end it is worth it for our specific use case. But like anything involving money over time it is much harder then it seems. Obviously, WAY more then "7 lines of code" to do it even halfway right.

I have to give massive credit to both organizations support engineers who helped us move the card details across without us ever seeing them. In the end they even ended up having to do a complex customer_id mapping for us to get it done in a way that allowed us to recreate the behaviour we had in PayFlow in Subscriptions

michaeloblak 1 hour ago 1 reply      
Is there any service that will handle the backend of the Stripe integration for me? I'm talking about simple charging per product, ex. selling ebooks. Or Squarespace like websites are the only solution here?
nouveau0 7 hours ago 1 reply      
How Two Brothers Fought Against All Odds And Things As Such As That: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ba9k5SWwE38
abalone 4 hours ago 1 reply      
> Over the past couple of weeks, Stripe began handling a large, though undisclosed, portion of Amazons transactions.

Take this with a large, disclosed portion of salt. Amazon is big enough to pay essentially nothing in processor markup. Not to mention they sell their own payments service. If Stripe is actually handling any Amazon processing they are making no money on it, and quite possibly taking a loss to buy the volume.

Think Square's deal with Starbucks. They ended up losing $56M.[1]

[1] https://www.wired.com/2015/10/square-ipo-filing-shows-starbu...

heyrhett 5 hours ago 0 replies      
"That figure has roughly doubled in the past five years"

So, 14 lines of code?

basdevries 6 hours ago 0 replies      
To add a bit of insight: most Payment-Service-Providers actually pay big retailers to be listed on their site, as it improves trustworthiness and brand awareness. So the Amazon deal might not be as favorable to Stripe as it might sound.
edpichler 6 hours ago 0 replies      
"How Two Brothers Turned Seven Lines of Code into a $9.2B Startup"

This is how NOT to do headlines.

vuyani 7 hours ago 0 replies      
I opened the site and thought "oh, I didn't know scump is also a coder" :D
jv22222 6 hours ago 0 replies      
We interviewed Patrick on TechZing back in 2012. Great guy.


maxxxxx 7 hours ago 0 replies      
This headline really cheapens their accomplishments. It's not enough to start a successful business with a lot of work but it has to be just seven lines of code or over the weekend.
rdiddly 6 hours ago 1 reply      
"Theres such an improbability to their story - that these brothers from a little village would come to build what could well be one of the most important companies on the internet.

But is it, in fact, improbable? If you believe Paul Graham, the most revolutionary ideas are always going to come from off the beaten path -- from some backwater, either of geography and/or of ideas.

Whatever Mossbergs next adventure may be, tech journalism owes him everything qz.com
31 points by artsandsci  1 hour ago   1 comment top
jkw 49 minutes ago 0 replies      
A journalist among journalists.

He was probably Steve Job's most respected tech journalist. That's saying a lot. When the early iPhones launched, only a handful of journalists had a review device; Mossberg was one of them.

As opinionated as Jobs was, Mossberg was one of the few people where he would not criticize nor argue when Mossberg had feedback for Apple products.

Impossible Foods has raised $75M for its plant-based burgers techcrunch.com
116 points by janober  3 hours ago   95 comments top 17
L_Rahman 2 hours ago 4 replies      
I remember reading the original impressions of the Impossible Foods ground meat and thinking it was just media buzz.

I promise you it is not.

At Momofuku's Ssam Bar in the East Village of NYC, you can order an off menu item called Spicy Pork Sausage and Rice Cakes. It's not really off the menu - the item has simply been around so long and is so well known to regulars that they left it off to make room for new dishes.

I've had it more times than I count.

At lunch time however, they serve Spicy "Impossible Sausage" and Rice Cakes. The first time I ordered it, I was ready to complain about one of my favorite things ruined by a hyped product.

But then I took my first bite, and it somehow tasted better than the pork sausage version. I've been back many times since and the Impossible Foods version of the dish is often tastier than the pork version.

Let that sink in for a moment. Impossible Foods was able to replace high quality pork sausage served in a beloved dish at one of New York's buzziest restaurants and make the dish better.

The vast majority of ground meat in the American food chain is of lower quality. If Impossible Foods can replace that ground meat at scale, the ramifications are enormous. They will reduce by a huge margin the number of animal lives and quantity of CO2 necessary to feed us.

nostromo 2 hours ago 3 replies      
I'm happy to see that fat and protein are the main ingredients.


A lot of veggie imitation meats are low on fat and protein and extremely high on processed carbs.

asah 33 minutes ago 0 replies      
I'm a fan and as a 3-time food+tech entrepreneur, imho they're going to be very successful.

I'm an omnivore, love burgers. I also love veg burgers, but they're not burgers -- they're something else, the way salmon burgers and fried chicken sandos are great but don't count when you want a "beef burger."

The Impossible Burger was the first burger I tried (Jardiniere in SF) that my brain said, "yes, this is a burger". In fact, it was close enough that... it was boring. I could eat it every day and if beef burgers were taken away from me, I wouldn't notice or reminisce.

The next step is to make the raw IB meat available in grocery, so I can experiment myself - load up the umami, mix in spices, stuff it with cheese, try it with different levels of done-ness, etc.

nicpottier 2 hours ago 1 reply      
I tried a Beyond Burger, which I believe is the main other horse in this "veggie burger" race and I was pretty impressed. It doesn't have the "plant blood" that seems to be Impossible's secret sauce, but on a bun, with ketchup, lettuce and tomato I thought it was pretty great. Great enough that I'd order it instead of a normal burger if it was widely available.
aphextron 2 hours ago 12 replies      
What is it with first-world vegans/vegetarians wanting to eat these extremely processed imitation meat frozen foods? There is an entire tradition of vegetarian cuisine around the world from Rasta Ital, to Hindu Sattvic, Afghani, and Thai which you could learn with just a tiny bit of effort.
ugh123 25 minutes ago 0 replies      
Has any thought been given to the long-term economic consequences of something like this replacing animal products in the market? The price of commodity corn shot up when production of corn-based ethanol became popular as well as other uses of corn.

I'm not sure if the agricultural industry would be ready to support a large shift towards this very easily.

bllguo 2 hours ago 1 reply      
Haven't tried it but certainly a noble cause, I hope they succeed.

> I love VCs and particularly the ones that invested in us, Brown had said. But its truly astonishing how little diligence they do in terms of the actual science that underlies some tech companies.

Recent headlines on Theranos, Juicero, uBeam really drive this point home

throwaway2016a 1 hour ago 0 replies      
I am extremely eager to see lab grown meat more so than I am eager to see better meat substitutes become mainstream.

However, being a meat eater, since the news of this product came out however many months and years it was, I have been wanting to try it. Which is more than I can say for other meat substitutes.

asciimo 34 minutes ago 0 replies      
I love this video of Adam Savage trying the Impossible Burger at Jardinire. Gets into the details of how they prepare it compared to their standard burger: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TF9bf9uKQQk
jy1 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Tried it, tastes. OK. A bit like meat, smells a bit like a barn.
brohoolio 2 hours ago 2 replies      
I've tried it. It's good.

At $16 a pound I'd much rather get some high quality meat or fish. If it comes down in price to something reasonable I might add it to our rotation.

EGreg 14 minutes ago 0 replies      
But will it be Kosher? :)
sputknick 2 hours ago 2 replies      
I'm paleo, and wanted to try it to see how it tastes. Closer than I expected to a real burger. Not great, but this would be an excellent replacement for factory farmed animals. Not as tasty, or as good for the environment as pasture raised cows.
tkyjonathan 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Pretty cool
twelvechairs 2 hours ago 3 replies      
Tofu/soy burgers have been around for >20 years already. How is this significantly different?

[Edit: way to be downvoted instantly for asking a serious critical question. Remember when hn prided itself on a higher level of discussion than reddit?]

concinds 2 hours ago 3 replies      
> Soy

I wonder how the community here will respond to this. Most here seemed upset by the male-infertility story from a week or two ago. Turning around to gush over soy would be completely incoherent.

"Soy as health food" is diabolically false.

felixchan 2 hours ago 5 replies      
Impossible Burgers contain heme iron, which is disastrous to the body.


App sizes are out of control trevore.com
451 points by trevor-e  10 hours ago   315 comments top 52
vladdanilov 7 hours ago 4 replies      
The situation is messy. Take Facebook.app. The reported size on the App Store is 377MB, the distributed .ipa is 241MB. But it is a universal app which includes fat binaries arm_v7 and arm64 and all the graphics 1x, 2x and 3x. App Thinning halves that size for end users. Yet the App Store reports the full size.

There's more. App Store also provides some sort of delta updates [1], which save a lot bandwidth, but failing to report it properly again [2].

App Thinning does not work for standalone image assets. It means you are forced to use Asset Catalogs where all PNG files are stored as LZFSE (previously zip) compressed BGRA bitmaps. It's good. But optimized PNG files can be 30-50% smaller on average. I'm fighting this [3] but not sure if there's a simple solution.

[1] https://developer.apple.com/library/content/qa/qa1779/_index...

[2] https://twitter.com/rjonesy/status/878051126704254976

[3] https://twitter.com/vmdanilov/status/892015508203216896

jarjoura 7 hours ago 4 replies      
Those numbers are mostly unfair. For some reason in the iOS 10 App Store, Apple started listing the complete fat (both 32-bit and 64-bit archs) submitted .ipa size. If you want to easily test that, clear your cellular data usage, update one of those apps (or install) and then go back to settings and see the actual bytes transferred.

Also, most everyone is using Swift in some small part, so that automatically includes the standard library. Then you have some companies who switched to Realm DB away from CoreData. Or then there's a whole subset of companies that have decided they want to go all in on Javascript and have brought in the whole React Native stack with it.

These apps in that list are also built by teams of 100s of engineers working at full speed. In reality, each one is its own little OS full of its own UI frameworks, testing frameworks, and nontrivial code.

Trust me when I say that everyone is plenty aware of how big their footprint is getting, and no one is happy about it. Apple won't even let you submit to the store if the actual single architecture binary is over 60MB.

kutkloon7 9 hours ago 7 replies      
I never understand where this increasing size comes from. For videos or hi-res photographs, I understand.

There is however no reason that code, either compiled to a binary format or in a textual format, uses so much data. Heck, the memoirs of Casanova spans 3000 pages, and is 6,5 MB. People don't understand how incredibly large a megabyte is for simple code.

Surely the 275 MB isn't all useful data (I wonder what compression ratios you get on 'apps'), and it should be possible to cut it down to a few MB.

ghostly_s 9 hours ago 2 replies      
There were a few articles with actual content on this topic covered on Daring Fireball in recent months. Not sure what this blog blurb is adding to the conversation.

1. https://sensortower.com/blog/ios-app-size-growth

2. http://blog.timac.org/?p=1707

3. https://blog.halide.cam/one-weird-trick-to-lose-size-c0a4013...

Apocryphon 8 hours ago 5 replies      
It's pretty rich how these companies are well known for the rigor they apply to interviewing candidates on technical subjects, yet actually drop the ball in production with poor engineering like this. Where does that rigor go after the interviews are done?

Are there any examples of well-known apps from large organizations that aren't excessively large in size?

gok 9 hours ago 3 replies      
Awesomely, this blog post of less than 200 words and one screenshot loads over 1.41 MB for me.

Software expands to fill all available resources.

dallamaneni 8 hours ago 6 replies      
I have been replacing traditional apps with PWA's or mobile websites wherever possible (on Android). They hardly take up any space and also seem to behave well (drains less battery) compared to traditional apps.

I could replace the following with PWAs:

- Twitter

- Uber

- Lyft

- Google news

- Instagram

- Flipboard

- Shopping sites like Walmart, Wish

and many more.

Facebook and Amazon have no PWA's but have mobile websites. (Facebook mobile web works well with Opera. On other browsers it annoyingly redirects to play store to install messenger)

jmduke 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Worth pointing out: The author of this article works at Kayak, which has an iOS app of 176MB.


(As far as I can tell, the answer to "why is LinkedIn.app so large?" is not "because LinkedIn's iOS team sucks", but "because LinkedIn's iOS team works under a number of constraints, including app size, and app size is not a particularly powerful constraint to optimize for.")

DamnInteresting 8 hours ago 2 replies      
One of my first jobs was as a technician at a tech support call center. For a while around 1997-1998, a good 1/3 of our calls were customers who ordered a new system with a hard drive over 2.1GB, but Windows/DOS could only make partitions as large as 2.1GB. Customers wondered why they got a smaller hard disk than they ordered, not realizing the extra space was that Drive D under My Computer.

Fast forward to today, where my MacBook keeps nagging me that my "hard disk" (actually an SSD) is "full" because I only have 3GB of free space. In 20 years, what was once considered the maximum is now considered negligible.

Optimization is important, but regardless, software size is going to keep growing. Wringing hands over it doesn't help much.

ajross 9 hours ago 4 replies      
Folks: there's a built-in technology on your phone that allows you to load and run an app on-demand over the internet without dedicating any internal storage at all! It allows clean integration with many of the "native" features you expect like camera and notification and timers and stuff. And it's based on completely open standards with multiple, competing open source implementations.

No, seriously: uninstall that junk and just run stuff in the browser. It works much better than you think, the biggest annoyance being all the nag screens sites throw at you to get you to install their apps.

custos 9 hours ago 3 replies      
I have a cheap phone, and due to this I can only have like 6 apps installed at a time.

I'm constantly removing Facebook/Messenger for situations like when I had to download Ticketmaster app for a concert ticket.

And with all these apps disallowing you from moving them to SD card, I can't even really use my 32GB SD card for them.

laurencei 8 hours ago 3 replies      
The problem is it's not really in Apples interest to get app sizes smaller.

Larger apps means you have more "need" to upgrade your phone to the latest version with more space, power, speed etc.

cakedoggie 56 minutes ago 0 replies      
People don't care about app sizes, otherwise it would be an issue.

Look at this poster, he doesn't care. He isn't going to remove any of those apps. There are runner apps that are a lot smaller, but he doesn't care about the size of the app enough to guide what he downloads.

Empty blog posts are empty.

"Why is there so much traffic, someone should do something, I hate driving these days."

noahmbarr 9 hours ago 2 replies      
Short a major customer outcry, Apple is largely incentivized to not fix this

(1) They substantial profits from memory upsells on their product lines(2) Larger apps take more horsepower to run so older models become less effective sooner!

pmoriarty 9 hours ago 1 reply      
I remember when apps used to take less than 4k of memory, because 4k was all the RAM in your computer.

Then I remember downloading a 3 MB mp3 on my 9600 baud modem and being amazed at how much space was taken up by music that sounded realistic and not like just a bunch of beeps out of speakers that could only make beeps.

Then came the old joke about EMACS standing for "Eight Megs and Constantly Swapping".

Then I remember noticing that commercial software like games filled up a full CD's worth of space (back when software was distributed by physical CD's). After that it was common to ship software as multiple CD's, then multiple DVDs.

Now, is software even shipped on DVDs anymore? I just download everything, and, yeah, apps are still bloating, same as ever.

twsted 9 hours ago 2 replies      
Most of the time it's the same reason why web pages are MBs in size today: lazy developers that uses a new library for every feature they need, without a deeper analysis of costs and benefits.
mahyarm 1 hour ago 0 replies      
Swift induces large binary sizes through the language itself. You'd be surprised what a simple optional if let creates in assembly, or how it uses template specialization with pretty much every typed collection interaction or some other standard library interaction. That plus the 10-20+MB that the swift standard lib adds contributes a good chunk. Once ABI stability comes in and a bunch of in progress size optimizations come in, binary sizes will decrease quite a bit for swift using apps.

Apple also encrypts then compresses, which means the binaries you download in the app store are incompressible.

If apple wants to decrease IPA download size worldwide, they would let developers not encrypt their app and just sign them. That would be very relevant for developers of popular free apps. I'm guessing they encrypt then compress so they wont have to re-encrypt the binaries on the users phones once they uncompress an app.

Also all the SV big-co have A/B testing practices with weekly release cycles that induces large line counts in their apps.

I think everyone copied the facebook mobile dev style, which simulates what you can do in webdev. In webdev there is no cost to adding another team for another feature that lives in some section of the greater app, since it's just another webpage. You can create many a/b tests and rollback things nearly instantly. With the weekly cycle everything is under a feature flag and you'll see a bunch of half developed features sitting in the delivered binary turned off via feature flag. This induces code size and creates these kinds of issues you see today.

Also large apps start requiring management structures that I call hallways and elevators. A single indie app can make a equivalent of a 1 room hut of an app, which doesn't require any hallways, elevators, floors, boiler rooms, parking structures or stairs. If you look at the layout plan of a highrise, you'll start to realize a lot of the floor space is taken up by the elevator and hallways.

Once apps become as large as a highrise, then they start requiring code structures that help manage the chaos, such as reporting systems, rollback systems, well defined tree structures and so on. That and the shear amount of rooms they have create apps larger than they look.

iamben 8 hours ago 0 replies      
As someone with 16gb of space on my phone (before the OS), this has become really noticeable. It's a breath of fresh air when you install an app (like the habit tracker I installed the other day) and it's only 2mb...

It's worse knowing something like Facebook will cache a whole bunch of images, friend pictures and everything else.

wingworks 29 minutes ago 0 replies      
Interestingly LinkedIn reports on the Play Store as only 20MB. Though once installed it uses 111MB.
peapicker 9 hours ago 3 replies      
This is definitely getting to be a major problem. I've removed several apps for this reason as well.

Code bloat = lost users

crazygringo 4 hours ago 0 replies      
It's not just the install size, but apps which accumulate and seemingly never delete data.

For a while I tried to get by with a 16GB iPhone SE thinking I keep everything in the cloud, so why would I ever need 64GB? Well every couple of months I'd have to delete and re-install NYTimes and reddit and some magazine apps because they just grew and grew and grew in storage until I had 0 space left. Like they simply cache everything you've ever looked at.

It's dumb, because other apps are intelligent -- they'll automatically purge cache data when storage gets too low. But not NYTimes. Not reddit. It seems pretty inexcusable, really.

coldcode 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Our app downloaded is just under 100MB. Biggest part? Google Maps For Business at 30MB. Why do we use this monstrosity? We signed some marketing deal with Google. We have a replacement using Apple Maps thats about 2MB. But the beancounters won't let us use it because of the $. Not every size problem is some programmers fault.
davexunit 7 hours ago 1 reply      
Is anyone else worried about the massive amounts of bundled third-party libraries that come with each app from a security, rather than a size, perspective? What happens when such a library receives a security patch? AFAIK it's up to each developer to keep all bundled libraries up-to-date, which means that, realistically, everyone is shipping lots of vulnerable stuff and they don't even know it.

"This shirt is dry clean only, which means it's dirty."

saosebastiao 9 hours ago 0 replies      
The Phillips Sonicare Kids app, which is nothing more than a simple game for kids to track brushing their teeth, is 245MB.

I guess the good thing is that it gave me an opportunity to teach my kid about tradeoffs. "Ok, so if you really want this app, we're gonna have to delete 4 of your other games on the iPad." Even a 5 year old could reason his way out of that one.

cybrjoe 9 hours ago 2 replies      
I was comparison shopping something this week and wanted to check Best Buy, so I went to the app store. 100+ MB and needed to be on wifi to download. What in the Best Buy app could be over 100 MB?

On another note, I just went to check some of my apps and iOS 11 got rid of the size from that view. You now need to dive into each app to see the size.

ringaroundthetx 5 hours ago 0 replies      
In several interviews I've been questioned about the importance of my contributions throughout my entire career because the apps sizes were so small (typically 8 - 12 mb)

When asked it was clear they'd already made up their mind, and discussions about optimizations, how the app actually did anything, MVC, MVP or SVGs didn't change that.

And thats how you have large apps!

antfarm 8 hours ago 0 replies      
LEGO's app for their new robotic toy is 1.03 GB.https://itunes.apple.com/de/app/lego-boost/id1217385613
pascalxus 8 hours ago 0 replies      
the solution is, everyone should uninstall these apps. if everyone did that, i bet you they would fix the problem reallly fast.

This is why i uninstalled pokemon go -> it used up to much data and to much battery. Uninstall -> problem solved. unfortunetly, the vast majority of people don't care about app sizes, or how much data they use, etc.

gregoriol 6 hours ago 1 reply      
I tweeted some frustation about this a few days ago (https://twitter.com/GregoryOriol/status/889859849353383937).

What is surprising me, is that in the Facebook iOS app, there is a "FBSharedFramework.framework" that has a binary file of 215MB. What the fuck is this? How a single binary can get that big?

akulbe 4 hours ago 0 replies      
I have a limited understanding of how this works, but could it be that app devs are leaving debug stuff in the builds, and not removing that when it gets pushed to production?

Please, educate me. I'm all ears. :)

bathtub 3 hours ago 0 replies      
There was a time when people used more and more websites because they were fed up with desktop apps. Hopefully we see the same soon again.
TeeWEE 9 hours ago 3 replies      
Normal apps are around 10 to 20mb, which is still big. But the reason for this is support for different screen resolutions. Images of different sizes are bundled with the app, even though the phone only needs on of them.

Vector graphics will solve this, but is not mainstream yet.

The facebook android app is 88MB (zipped), i did check the APK of why its so big:

90mb of code30mb of assetes (javascript, metadata, librtc, big json files (animations))30mb of resources (images)

Rjevski 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Analytics and ads/tracking is one of the reasons. They're always writing/including more code to track every single click and pixel.
Raynak 1 hour ago 0 replies      
My phone currently only manages 2 non-default apps. If it could actually install to SD like it promises I'd be happy.
jorgemf 9 hours ago 0 replies      
With text-only webs over 5MB I wouldn't expect less from mobile apps.
rootlocus 9 hours ago 4 replies      
Six apps, six embedded web browsers.
jimbobjim 7 hours ago 1 reply      
The reason the LinkedIn app is so big is the number of frameworks they use. 87 frameworks accounting for 248MB of the 277. The swift runtime takes up about 20MB, and something called VoyagerFeed takes up over 190. All the images actually only make up about 12MB. There's also about 0.5MB for each localisation.
post_break 9 hours ago 3 replies      
Pretty soon these will start to hit Apple's limit on downloads over cellular (something I still can't believe exists in 2017).
msoad 9 hours ago 3 replies      
One word: Swift

It's making app bundle sizes explode in size

randyrand 5 hours ago 0 replies      
It would be cool if users could specify a max size for an app, and then the app tries to meet that size or be deleted.
slaymaker1907 6 hours ago 1 reply      
And supposedly we don't need PWAs according to Apple...
foepys 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Once upon a time I deleted music and videos from my phone to make room for newer music and videos but nowadays I catch myself removing apps. Not because of the space they are using but because of the app size itself. A once removed app is unlikely to be reinstalled.
r0ze-at-hn 9 hours ago 0 replies      
The only real solution I can think of would be if apple actually incentivized app creators to reduce their size. They are actively harming the Apple ecosystem by preventing users from having a large number of apps which hurts Apple.

* Charge owners a fee for apps over a certain size "a processing fee" or whatnot

* Charge owners a fee based on the download costs. Under XMB and it is free. The more you cost apple to transfer your app to their customer the larger the fee.

* Penalize large apps in the app store search results or give bonus to smaller apps.

Or rather than straight up bonus's / penalize apps based on size go after specific things that cause bloat

* Apps that don't use pngcrush on their png's

* Shipping wav files and not acc

* ...

Maybe Apple doesn't even need to actually implement any of these, but just threaten to.

svenfaw 9 hours ago 1 reply      
What blogging engine is this? Real nice and clean.
fledder 5 hours ago 0 replies      
275MB for LinkedIn is the complaint, to one-up that...I recently got an update for Hearthstone on iOS of 2.3GB. It adds one pack of cards.
samdung 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Im just guessing this is to corner of a good amount of disk space so the app does not stop working from lack of space.

An analogy is when downloading a torrent; the torrent blocks a chunk of space on your disk equivalent to the size of the file being downloaded. As the file is being downloaded it replaces junk in the blocked chunk.

Again all this is my speculation.

necessity 1 hour ago 0 replies      
Don't download them? Out of those apps the only one you actually need is Uber, everything else can be replaced with a web browser. I don't download anything larger than 5MB unless I absolutely need it.
romulof 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Didn't Apple implement delta updates for apps?
stormcode 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Advertising APIs.
miguelrochefort 9 hours ago 2 replies      
Things will only get worse. The application paradigm is unsustainable.


adamnemecek 9 hours ago 4 replies      
I wonder is this is due to lack of generics in objc.
dineshswamy 9 hours ago 0 replies      
I m building a product that would bring the size of the apps way down
Mozilla launches voice search, file-sharing and note-taking tools for Firefox techcrunch.com
222 points by denchikceo  7 hours ago   90 comments top 22
albertzeyer 6 hours ago 2 replies      
Some more information in the official blog post: https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2017/08/01/new-test-pilot-expe...

I was especially interested in the Voice Fill (speech recognition) technology. Landing page: https://testpilot.firefox.com/experiments/voice-fill

It seems the project is here: https://github.com/mozilla/speaktome/

This seems as if it actually is a webservice. From the code (https://github.com/mozilla/speaktome/blob/master/extension/c...), I see: const STT_SERVER_URL = "https://speaktome.services.mozilla.com";

Actually, I think this can be very easily done fully client-side, with good accuracy. Even on Android, the voice recognition can run client-side / offline.

I wonder if the project is in any way related to their DeepSpeech project (https://github.com/mozilla/DeepSpeech). Maybe they use DeepSpeech on the server-side? At some other place they call it Pipsqueak, not sure if this is yet something else.

And maybe also related is their common voice project (https://voice.mozilla.org/). Recent discussion here on HN (https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14794654).

Some more information also here: https://research.mozilla.org/machine-learning/

woranl 2 hours ago 1 reply      
Mozilla should focus on building the browser instead of building app that competes with other developers. They need to start listening to the developers community and stop being arrogant and ignorant. You build the foundation, and developers build the app.
notheguyouthink 7 hours ago 18 replies      
I just wish it was .. faster.

Lately I've been moving away from Google everywhere I can. I moved everything but Google Voice. Yes, even Google Search - I've moved to DuckDuckGo. On windows however, I had to fall back to Chrome, because I was just shocked at how slow Firefox was.

Opening pages like Twitch.tv proved to be shockingly slow. Furthermore, my habit of opening many tabs in the background like I do in Chrome/Safari was massively slower in Firefox because while Chrome doesn't autoplay new-hidden tabs, Firefox does - I imagine Chrome feels faster there because it's not running nearly as much stuff at once.

Pretty much everything of Firefox felt slower for me. And this is from someone that really wants to get away from Chrome! On OS X, I've long switched to Safari and DuckDuckGo, and been quite happy. I've had zero complaints about performance with Safari.

So.. I don't know what they need to do, but I'm really hoping they do something.

SwellJoe 36 minutes ago 0 replies      
Somehow, I assumed "Notes" would be "notes for this page". But, it's just a notepad...no awareness of where I am. That's much less interesting/useful than I thought it would be.

Is there a browser plugin out there that provides a notes sidebar for the page you're currently on, and allows flipping through the notes with a link to the pages they relate to? Because that'd be awesome. Googling only reveals some kitschy "post-it on a web page" type note things, which is definitely not what I want.

JepZ 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Sorry, but I will not use any speech recognition service until it becomes a pure on-device service.
jacquesm 1 hour ago 1 reply      
Browsers should be browsers, not a way to get a whole bunch of trojan horse software installed on your machine.

If I wanted voice search, file sharing and/or note taking I would find the appropriate piece of software for that task and install it separately.

All this does is increasing the attack surface of the browser in a ridiculous manner providing features that only very few will use. File-sharing? What could possibly go wrong?

And in the meantime Thunderbird, a stand-alone program that had a decent following got the axe in favor of more browser bloat.

I really no longer understand Mozilla's mission.

romanovcode 6 hours ago 1 reply      
I hope Firefox succeeds and destroys Chrome.
bad_user 6 hours ago 2 replies      
I wonder what happens to the previous Test Pilot experiments.

I loved the experimental home page and the Tab Center [1]. I really hope it continues to live.

[1] https://github.com/bwinton/TabCenter

SubiculumCode 1 hour ago 0 replies      
Wowsers. The Nightly version of Firefox is FAST.
Dirlewanger 3 hours ago 3 replies      
I wish they'd stop focusing on the flavor-of-the-week technology gimmick bullshit and focus on making Firefox the better performing browser. Chrome outperforms it in nearly every way by margins that grow with every release. My reasons for sticking with FF grow fewer every day.
r3bl 6 hours ago 3 replies      
I've seen all the promo videos, and some questions remain unanswered:

1. What's Send encrypting with? It doesn't show anything related to setting up a password during the video.

2. What's Notes syncing with?

3. What's Voice using to analyze the voice commands?

mynewtb 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Opera 12 called and it's rotating in its grave. Unite was such an amazing feature. And notes were available in Opera even before I started using it. Opera, I miss you, it still hurts.
robfreudenreich 6 hours ago 1 reply      
I don't know here Mozilla got their inspiration, but Send looks pretty similar to our E2E encrypted file sharing app Whisply: https://whisp.ly

PS: Whisply even has more features and a detailed description how its encryption works: https://whisp.ly/static/whisplyTechnicalOverview_20151201.pd...

mrspeaker 6 hours ago 5 replies      
I feel like I must be reaching the "get off my lawn" phase of my life, because I can't even comprehend a situation where I'd ever want to talk at my browser... maybe when I'm at home alone and, couldn't type for some reason? Certainly not in the office. Am I missing a use case, or am I just old now?
sunseb 59 minutes ago 0 replies      
This browser is more and more bloated... :-(
hexmiles 6 hours ago 3 replies      
what will happen to test pilot after the non-webextension are not allowed?

As far i know must of these feature are implemented as extension and i don't thing webextension have the api to do a lot of thing that are in test pilot.

eridius 6 hours ago 1 reply      
send.firefox.com says that my browser (Safari) is unsupported. Anyone know what particular "web technology" the site uses that Safari doesn't support?
retox 3 hours ago 1 reply      
I just want to browse the web!
dijit 5 hours ago 0 replies      
I was interested in Send until I realised it wasn't p2p.


free2rhyme214 5 hours ago 0 replies      
None of these will get me to switch. Chrome is still faster than Firefox, sorry Mozilla.
znpy 3 hours ago 1 reply      
Mozilla is doing everything but what is supposed to do:make Firefox blazing fast.
15charlimit 3 hours ago 1 reply      
But why?

It's a browser. All it should do (and do well) is display content.

I don't want a bunch of extra garbage tossed in because it sounds good on some marketing slide.

Chrome has been and continues to eat FF's marketshare alive because it has been both faster and lighter. More junk is not going to help FF beat them.

If SoundCloud Disappears, What Happens to Its Music Culture? nytimes.com
163 points by mcone  6 hours ago   105 comments top 26
toomuchtodo 5 hours ago 3 replies      
> Archive Team promises to back up SoundCloud amid worries of a shutdown


Consider donating to the Internet Archive.

> Archive Team plans large scale backing up of Soundcloud soon, but seriously, please donate money to the Archive. http://Archive.org/donate


Edit: my info is dated. Archive Team backed off. Smoke if you've got 'em.

rb808 5 hours ago 3 replies      
> How do you persuade people who have been using your services free to start paying $5 or $10 a month?

I've starting paying for stuff like music services, apps and newspapers just to try to keep stuff alive. I realized I would happily pay $500 for a phone but never wanted to pay for a $2 app.

There is so much sh*tty content out there I'm actually enjoying having ad free access to a lot of good stuff. I still dont really like paying but if I dont no one will. I think I'll start paying $5/mo for soundcloud too.

pier25 26 minutes ago 0 replies      
SC wasn't the first audio sharing website and certainly won't be the last.

IMO it has become the IMGUR for audio, and users won't pay for uploading images to IMGUR or videos to Youtube.

Maybe SC pretends to be a storage/bandwidth reseller, but in that case it's outrageous that it is charging $7 / month for 6 hours of audio which (at the most) are 3.6 GB in uncompressed CD quality audio (44.1Khz/16bit). You could argue about bandwidth costs, infrastructure, etc, but Vimeo is doing great and its smallest plan (cheaper than SC) allows you to upload 5GB per WEEK.

overcast 4 hours ago 4 replies      
People need to stop creating awesome services, for free. That is the issue. You set the precedent, and attract people because it's free, and this is the end result. No one wants to pay for it. Netflix isn't free, look how awesome it is. People will pay for SoundCloud once you lock it down, and put a subscription fee to use it.
janwh 3 hours ago 2 replies      
People should learn about how to properly self-host their stuff, apply adequate licenses that allow for remixing, etc. If "this music culture you're a part of" really matters to you, and grows larger than the initial toe-dipping, becoming self-sufficient should be one of the main objectives of your craft. Being part of a culture should also imply caring for its heritage, should it not?

Sure, this subculture would have probably never existed without a platform to grow on. But the going-away part is actually a large scale problem, not only regarding SoundCloud. This applies to other ~corporation~ startup backed platforms as well.

quadrangle 1 hour ago 0 replies      
This already happened (probably many times over). I had success with the original mp3.com 17 years ago. They made certain business decisions that got major labels angry and various details not important, they shut down.

What matters is that tons of stuff disappeared. I learned that I can't trust these types of platforms because they are for-profit and may screw us all over or make stupid decisions. I also can't trust non-profit options if they aren't really stable. I trust Wikimedia to stick around, and archive.org and some others (although everyone should donate to keep them strong!), but other, I dunno.

Instead of fully embracing SoundCloud, I've basically stayed distrusting and my creative publishing actually suffered a lot (although my concerns are part of what led me into understanding free culture, free software, etc. and why I'm aware of Hacker News now etc)

forkLding 3 hours ago 0 replies      
This really shows the impact of technology on culture in modern times, you can see different cultures and countries adopting different practices due to their technology (which in retrospect is how technology in history has always worked) such as Wechat in China and its payment practices to how Soundcloud influenced so much of modern day unsigned-label musicians and the Soundcloud Rap/Trap community.

Also would not want to see Soundcloud disappear, I had a brief EDM and trap phase with Soundcloud filled with vivid memories

fiatpandas 4 hours ago 2 replies      
Glad I've had a script running for the last 6 months that has been polling + backing up my soundcloud favorites. This is stuff that, if SoundCloud went under, I would never be able to find nor listen to again. It really is depressing to think how much music culture disappears with SoundCloud.

I'm doing the same with my YouTube stuff, but not because I think it's going anywhere anytime soon.

Ajedi32 6 hours ago 1 reply      
Maybe Bandcamp should buy them out. Seems like there's a lot they could gain by having a major music platform like Soundcloud integrated into their marketplace.
SurrealSoul 6 hours ago 1 reply      
After grooveshark died I moved to soundcloud. There will certainly be a bunch of indie / nieche artists floating around. The culture will still exist, but it'll be fun to watch the vacuum get filled by some other service
tracker1 1 hour ago 0 replies      
Does it really need to be $10-15/month, per the example though? I mean would $12-15/year be sufficient? I don't know what their staff overhead is though, it sounds like they have a lot or people on staff.
janitor61 6 hours ago 1 reply      
Same thing that happened to mp3.com, probably.
philfrasty 5 hours ago 2 replies      
DJ @deadmau5 has some thoughts on saving SC...

[1] http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/dance/7866215/deadmau...

lindner 5 hours ago 1 reply      
I'm hoping that labels and musicians wise up and move to a coop model.

I'm liking what I'm seeing so far on http://resonate.is and am hopeful that those lessons will finally be learned.

joeyspn 2 hours ago 2 replies      
Sounds like an awesome use case for something like Filecoin [0] (IPFS). Move all the tracks to decentralised storage, stream with something like webtorrent [1] and research some kind of service fees via filecoin's token...

[0] https://filecoin.io/

[1] https://webtorrent.io/

nthcolumn 1 hour ago 0 replies      
So how come we can have Youtube but not Soundcloud?
fenwick67 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Are there any existing, good, self-hosted platforms for music?

Personally I've been working slowly on an self-hosted Tumblr clone, but that doesn't have the concept of albums.

post_break 6 hours ago 2 replies      
It moves to bandcamp?
dcow 3 hours ago 0 replies      
What happened to the subscription service? I tried giving them money--multiple times--and it seemed like SC would forget my subscription after a few months each time. I eventually gave up.
Raynak 1 hour ago 0 replies      
They probably just stop listening to music if it gets too hard. I haven't bothered with anything since Grooveshark died.
ahmedfromtunis 4 hours ago 1 reply      
I'm wondering how is the morale over there? How is the management responding to all this press exposure? This must very hard on the employees left.
tandav 3 hours ago 1 reply      
Only One Right answer: move to YouTube
Raynak 1 hour ago 0 replies      
I haven't listened to music since Grooveshark shut down.
debt 6 hours ago 2 replies      
Soundcloud has some of the best damn music. It'd be awful if it disappeared. I'm surprised nobody, including Soundcloud themselves, have developed tools to remix, sample, dj, etc. the music library on Soundcloud. They have tons of great stuff to sample/remix etc.
nodesocket 5 hours ago 2 replies      
I find it hard to believe if faced with the choice of letting SoundClound shut down or paying $5 a month, that the SoundCloud community would not be willing to pony up $5 a month. If that is true, that is super pathetic.
Sir_Cmpwn 5 hours ago 0 replies      
A decentralized solution like Mastodon/GNUSocial would be the best bet. Would probably be pretty simple, few weekends of work.
TypeScripts Type System Is Turing Complete github.com
71 points by supermdguy  4 hours ago   12 comments top 4
lordleft 1 hour ago 4 replies      
CS student here, why is Turing completeness a bad thing in this case?
hprotagonist 2 hours ago 0 replies      
geofft 1 hour ago 0 replies      
Has anyone ported Aphyr's type-level 8-queens code (https://aphyr.com/posts/342-typing-the-technical-interview) to this typesystem?

I tried porting it to Rust a bit back but got stymied by, uh, the typesystem trying to resolve equality in the wrong direction (by adding type constructors instead of removing them) or something. I guess that's UndecidableInstances maybe?

NSA Unlawfully Surveiled Kim Dotcom in New Zealand thehill.com
350 points by jorkro  6 hours ago   79 comments top 12
jonknee 3 hours ago 2 replies      
The only mention of NSA seems to come from Kim... His logic appears to be that as a Five Eyes member the NSA and GCSB have some shared resources and that means the NSA used those resources to spy on him. That might be true, but he has no evidence that the NSA cares one bit about him. I seriously doubt the NSA was tasked with working a non-terrorism related piracy case, but that's me.


> Dotcom, who should have been protected from GCSB surveillance as a New Zealand resident, said the GCSB did not know because its equipment was being used by the NSA, which was "directly involved".

> The GCSB documents do contain an admission of NSA involvement, although it was not made outright. In response to the accusation the GCSB had accessed NSA networks, the bureau refused to answer on national security grounds and acknowledged that under High Court rules that doing so would be seen by the court as an admission it had.

> Dotcom said the details showed some other party was using GCSB systems and he believed it would be the NSA."The US government has requested my extradition. The NSA is clearly the most interested party."

> "The NSA has unrestricted access to GCSB surveillance systems. In fact most of the technology the GCSB uses was supplied by the NSA."

1024core 4 hours ago 4 replies      
Since when did the NSA become the copyright industry's police? There were no security implications of Kim's operation; why was he targeted by the NSA?
gozur88 5 hours ago 3 replies      
Unlawful in New Zealand. I'd be surprised if what they did wasn't legal under US law.
will_brown 1 hour ago 1 reply      
As long as the US wastes tax payer dollars doing investigations and enforcement of Hollywood copyrights, I'd like to see them pay some dumb as agent to do a comparison of the total number of copyright violations on YouTube vs the total number of copyright violations on Mega servers.

For fun they could do a comparison of the number of copyright complaints both YouTube and Mega received and the number of those complaints they have acted on. Maybe for extra bonus we can also compare the number of counterfeit products on Amazon (violating copyright or trademark).

aptidude187 4 hours ago 1 reply      
Can someone state in a nutshell why this guy keeps getting bullied by the government?
darawk 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Oh look, the NSA using its extraordinary capabilities solely to ensure the military security of the United States. Kim Dotcom surely represented a strategic threat to our interests. /s
philip1209 4 hours ago 2 replies      
Putting aside the target of the surveillance -

Yes, the NSA is a spy agency. It's their job to spy outside the country. And of course the spying is illegal outside of the country - no country endorses being spied on by foreign governments.

toyg 3 hours ago 0 replies      
I'm not shocked in the slightest - spying is likely the most harmless of actions performed by US and NZ against Dotcom.

It's still much more shocking to me how NZ authorities de-facto renounced their sovereignty, by letting US agents free to walk all over their laws when they raided him. They did that with glee, with the happiness of a servant who knows he's making a great job for his master and rewards will ensue. It made a mockery of the NZ justice system, all involved police chiefs and politicians should have been thrown in jail for treason.

I_am_tiberius 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Was Kim dotcom considered a national security risk because of Megaupload or because of other things he did / or planned?
Zorlag 3 hours ago 2 replies      
mtgx 5 hours ago 3 replies      
And now waiting for the other shoe to drop: FBI doing parallel construction with evidence obtained through that illegal NSA surveillance.
yuhong 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Thinking about it, Watergate came after we left the gold standard. The more money being spent on the NSA, the more government debt increase and benefit contractors like Snowden.
The first Bitcoin Cash block has been mined blockdozer.com
275 points by TekMol  6 hours ago   238 comments top 26
fpgaminer 2 hours ago 2 replies      
Something very important that I don't see advertised, with regard to BCH. The primary client, BitcoinABC, completely changed consensus rules a mere 5 days before the hardfork:


The important bit:

> Enforce strong replay protection (require SIGHASH_FORKID and SCRIPT_VERIFY_STRICTENC compliance)

That completely changes the consensus rules of BCH. Again, 5 days before a hardfork. 5 days.

I just ... I can't wrap my brain around why _anyone_ in their right mind would think that BCH should be worth anything, if this is the acumen of the development team.

Why would any exchange trust the code? Why would users trust the code?

If BCH is any kind of experiment, it's not an experiment of big-block vs small block (Bitcoin has had bigger block functionality for over 6 months now). It's an experiment to see if cowboy programmers can patch a live $40 billion network willy nilly and convince everyone that that's okay.

aresant 5 hours ago 12 replies      
Most fascinating to me has been Coinbase's position throughout this.

Which was essentially they are treating the new Bitcoin cash as a shitcoin, aka not supporting it.

They took the position that if you want your "free" Bitcoin Cash, move your BTC out of Coinbase.(1)

This led to the inevitable service decay & delays that CoinBase has become well known for in the bitcoin community whenever leading up to a high volume event. (2)

And yet their internal PR team has given somewhat measured responses that "if Coinbase decides to support Bitcoin Cash in the future, it will distribute the balances that accrue at the time of the August 1 fork." (3)

The article w/that nugget goes on to state that when Ethereum split "Coinbase eventually let customers withdraw their share of the new currency, known as "Ethereum Classic," even though it still does not allow it to be bought and sold on the Coinbase site."

Seems like a risky bet not to just say something closer to "Hey if Bitcoin Cash is a thing and worth more than 1% of the original BTC we'll support it. If it's not at the end of 90 days we'll give you a way to take it out either way."

Judging by the volume of concern and disdain from newbies in the Bitcoin forums a lot of people got woken up by this event and what it means to have your decentralized currency controlled by a central authority.

(1) https://blog.coinbase.com/update-for-customers-with-bitcoin-...

(2) http://bitcoinist.com/mass-exodus-from-coinbase-spawns-12hou...

(3) http://fortune.com/2017/07/31/bitcoin-fork-coinbase/

brndnmtthws 5 hours ago 5 replies      
To me, it seems like Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is just a cash grab (no pun intended) by a minority of misguided Bitcoin enthusiasts. From what I can tell, the main reason for the resistance to Segwit is that it reduces the power and influence of miners. That's why the people who are pushing BCH are also invested in mining. Miners earn money from transaction fees, and therefore have an incentive to artificially inflate the fees by delaying transactions (transactions are processed in order of highest to lowest fees).

There's a great blog post which summarizes the situation here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-heck-bitcoin-might-split-...

JohnJamesRambo 5 hours ago 1 reply      
It has a lot more hashrate than I expected, I've been pretty surprised. Last number I saw was 3.9% and 247 petahash/s and climbing. I hope it can survive, I actually prefer it to the segwit Bitcoin plan and it seems to follow the original Satoshi plan.
Animats 2 hours ago 1 reply      
That gets the chain un-stuck. The difficulty starts off with the old, huge value. The next difficulty adjustment will be at ceil(478560 / 2016), correct? That's 1248 blocks ahead. Check me on this, please.

If mining of that chain is very low, it will take a long time before the difficulty adjusts downward. So far 6 blocks have been mined on that chain.[1] Rate is maybe one per hour, instead of the usual one every 10 minutes. That puts the difficulty adjustment maybe six weeks out. We'll have to see who mines on that chain. The hash rate may go up or down, depending on what the big miners do. Mining will be unprofitable until the next difficulty adjustment, because the price of the coin is lower than the "mainstream" coin. Confirmations will be really slow. After the next adjustment, the chain will work better.

Something similar happened to some altcoins. Some big miner mined for a while, made some money, ran up the difficulty adjustment way up, and then stopped. Block generation then stalled. This thing self-adjusts, but adjusts to big changes in hash rate very slowly.

[1] http://blockdozer.com/insight/

TekMol 6 hours ago 3 replies      
1.9 MByte in size / 6985 transactions.

This is about twice as much as is possible in a block of the old Bitcoin chain.

This will become super interesting.

bsmith 6 hours ago 2 replies      
mathieutd 5 hours ago 1 reply      
Interesting to see that the backlog in unprocessed transactions on the original bitcoin chain is exploding at the same time: https://jochen-hoenicke.de/queue/#24h
xbeta 4 hours ago 2 replies      
ELI5: For folks who moved BTC out of Coinbase before the hard-fork, what's the next step? Said I want to keep both BTC and BCC. I had a hardware wallet, what are some implications that I move my BTC now to my hardware wallet?
mrfusion 39 minutes ago 1 reply      
I'm confused by all this. What happens if you have a small paper wallet from a few years ago? That means you also have bitcoin cash now?
jahbrewski 5 hours ago 3 replies      
Can someone provide a summary explaining the significance of this event?
sixdimensional 5 hours ago 4 replies      
As someone who missed the Bitcoin boat, I admit to having to read up to figure out what was going on here.

From what I read, Bitcoin Cash is an alternative cryptocurrency like Ethereum, but based on a change to the original design of Bitcoin algorithms, which increased the basic block size of the transactions. It seems this was done to increase transaction performance.

Also it seems there were competing proposals in the community about how to accomplish the goal of increasing transaction performance, "SegWit2x" and "BitCoin Cash" - and the folks who started the BitCoin Cash fork didn't agree with the SegWit2x strategy.

Anybody else more in the know, can explain it like I'm 5?

Is this a good thing or a bad thing? Are people exploiting this via some sort of arbitrage or whatever to try to make money again? It seems risky?

EDIT: Removed quotes around the word "fork".

jnordwick 4 hours ago 1 reply      
Not surprisingly, when BCH started, it ran up about $150 and at the same time, BCT fell by a similar amount (approx $2800 to $2650). And as BCH slowly falls, BCT is slowly climbing. Which makes sense if you view this as an equity spin-off.

I would expect this relationship to hold -- that for every dollar BCH gains, BCT is prevented from gaining a dollar. Unless somebody has some good reason this wouldn't be the case.

At the same time ETH ran up from about $205 to $225.

xbeta 5 hours ago 1 reply      
Quick Question:Sorry, don't know much about Bitcoin, but does this mean Block #478559 is the last block that was forked? Or the first block that was forked?
agorabinary 5 hours ago 2 replies      
Despite having a higher hashrate than expected, the price of BCC is crashing towards 1/10 of a bitcoin. The network effects and name recognition of Bitcoin are too strong.
MINTY1 1 hour ago 0 replies      

 Its quite entertaining reading so many comments on bitcoin and crypto currency ..None of you ,and i mean none of you understand the first thing about the entire concept..while all of you invest in ICOs you have to turn your hard real currency $ /s etc into bit coin ..creating more blocks to be mined ..THEN YOU SUBSCRIBE TO NEW ICOs ..which if you really looked into them are often run by the same groups of people ..Just check the name and image match on the white papers..the ,the price of that ICI moves an people trade out into BTC ,creating more BTC and whatever coin you have traded mineable ...All of you hoping to get rich ...The miners of course are making money ..usualy using piggy backed IP addresses so they don't use electricity ..The mining systems software sellers are all making..the exchanges are and the miners are ..The bigger the player the more they make and only release small broken quantities onto the market for more to be mined ..the $100 billion value of crypto is not much..But the whole concept is trading currency and information blocks cheaply ..When the mined coins run out ..what will the commission be ,much more than existing ..however all the big players will have made a fortune off all the small players suckers enough to believe the cleverly worked hype of the big players ..NOOne will tell you differently ..But That is why satoshi mined the first million coins ..because he didn't want so much easy coins floating around and also why Vitalik Buterin looks so sad at all ICO meets ..because he suddenly found out he was dealing with organised crime

techaddict009 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Finally BTC has been hard forked and BCH & BTC are live.

Some fun facts:Forked should have name XBC as per ISO bt thats already taken so they named BCH

1st BCH block 478559 & BTC Block no 478559 where mined by ViaBTC

ViaBTC dedicated BCH block to her daughter by adding comment on 1st Block of BCH "_M*/ViaBTC/Welcome to the world, Shuya Yang!/q30c"

provost 6 hours ago 2 replies      
Interesting -- It still shows "NO UNPLANNED CHAIN SPLIT DETECTED" on https://www.btcforkmonitor.info, which a lot of folks are using to monitor the fork (from the other HN thread).
whytaka 5 hours ago 2 replies      
Does this mean Coinbase wallet holders have officially missed out on the fork?
mikeschmatz 2 hours ago 0 replies      
So, if you held 100 BTC before the fork, now you get to have 100BTC + 100BCC? Nice! Can we fork it few more times please? Me likes free money :-)
jamiegreen 5 hours ago 2 replies      
Forgive the naive question, but how does the whole 'free Bitcoin Cash' thing work? I have a small amount of Bitcoin in the Exodus wallet.
burger_moon 5 hours ago 1 reply      
Are there any reputable exchanges which you can buy bitcoin cash from yet?
aphextron 4 hours ago 1 reply      
tl;dr what does this mean?
ringaroundthetx 6 hours ago 0 replies      
with an ounce of confidence, maybe people will be too greedy to sell it off.
solotronics 5 hours ago 0 replies      
the tyranny of the miners.
The 'creepy Facebook AI' story that captivated the media bbc.com
93 points by sonabinu  6 hours ago   41 comments top 10
adityab 4 hours ago 11 replies      
This stuff sounds funny now, and some of us grad students had a good laugh.

But I am worried about the future of ML reporting. The "field" is growing fast and I think we don't have nearly as many science communicators for AI/ML in particular and CS in general, as in other fields.

I saw comments by lots of genuinely afraid laypeople who were producing platitudes to the effect that scientists don't have common sense, that we're "playing god"... etc. Also scary stuff things like the need to take action against evil scientists before it's too late.

There are genuinely bad things that could come of such reporting. Like knee-jerk regulations being imposed on AI research due to irrational fears, or worse - scared and angry vigilantes going after researchers personally.

It's not practical to educate everyone in ML, I wonder how we will solve this problem.

cwyers 5 hours ago 1 reply      
This is better than most articles I've seen on this subject, but it still falls victim to AI hype.

> Although some reports insinuate that the bots had at this point invented a new language in order to elude their human masters, a better explanation is that the neural networks had simply modified human language for the purposes of more efficient interaction.

From the Gizmodo article it links to (which is also okay, but not great):

> Agents will drift off understandable language and invent codewords for themselves, FAIR visiting researcher Dhruv Batra said. Like if I say the five times, you interpret that to mean I want five copies of this item. This isnt so different from the way communities of humans create shorthands.

Except... this isn't shorthand. "I want five balls" is shorter than "Give me balls the the the the the," or whatever else it could come up with. It's not more efficient. It's just... dumb. The bots don't actually understand the words the way humans do. Because they don't understand words and language, they're using the words as tokens. It's this primitive level of communication that just happens to have words assigned to it. Even the calmer takes on this are anthromorphizing the machines too much and attributing intelligence to the complete lack thereof.

spyspy 5 hours ago 2 replies      
Makes sense.

Bot-0 creates a message that's slightly incorrect to a human reader. Bot-1 reads and interprets it correctly. Bot-0 gets a reasonable response from Bot-1 and thus increasing the confidence in how it structured its original message. Millions of iterations later and you get a weird corpus with weird structure.

You can achieve the same thing with two young children that spend a lot of time together e.g. twins.

gabrielgoh 2 hours ago 0 replies      
A fascinating aspect of this entire kerfuffle is that the meta story, the one about sensationalism and "bad journalism" is too, a form of media sensationalism that plays to the ears of a more sober and skeptical audience who wants news about "media sensationalism" and "AI hype".

A bit of digging reveals that no serious news outlet really got this wrong (correct me if I'm wrong!), and most of the sensationalist headlines were from British tabloids



but even more surprisingly, the articles themselves demonstrated a fairly sober understanding of what is going on. The only mistake they made was spinning a mundane story way out of proportion, something tabloids literally every day, and have done since their conception.

nothis 4 hours ago 0 replies      
IMO it's also a little condescending to claim readers couldn't tell that this isn't about "robots trying to kill us". The creepy part, the reason the people who actually DO know their shit bothered to ever publish these findings, is that machine learning can lead to code where it's practically impossible for a human being to understand how it gets to an end result. It IS creepy to find an AI developing a language we can no longer follow!

Yea, the newspaper illustrations with the Terminator (oh, hey, this article does it, too, but I guess it doesn't count because it's "ironical") are exaggerations but who doesn't get that?

Jedi72 49 minutes ago 0 replies      
My Mum phoned me last night across 3 time zones because she heard about this and was worried. The people writing these articles are responsible for a lot of fear mongering amongst lay people.
imh 2 hours ago 0 replies      
This has all of my favorite media failings in one! It's like bingo! We have the game of telephone, with outlets reporting on outlets reporting on outlets, each diverging further from the primary source. We have attention grabbing headlines completely removed from the article content. Complete lack of oversight, where if you asked any expert they'd say "this is totally wrong." Big media names lending their platforms to "contributors" providing fake credibility with none of the accountability. All of that going viral despite it being complete nonsense!

Yay 2017.

cosinetau 5 hours ago 3 replies      
Does anyone else think that journals, and periodicals misrepresenting something like this is getting to be too much like journalistic terrorism? Or would calling them Luddites be a better characterization?
wonder_bread 3 hours ago 2 replies      
Seems like a tactful play by FB to promote their efforts by letting this 'event' leak out to the press
grillvogel 2 hours ago 0 replies      
the bots learned how to lie. how is that not terrifying?
Rust: Not So Great For Codec Implementing multimedia.cx
167 points by lossolo  9 hours ago   195 comments top 15
ekidd 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Personally, I've been happy with Rust for writing an MPEG-2 subtitle decoder. I posted about this earlier here: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14753201

For me, the biggest advantages over C/C++ were:

1. Rust's compile-time checks, run-time checks and fuzzing tools make it much easier to write secure code. Since decoders are a notorious source of bad security bugs, this is a big plus in my book.

2. Rust's dependency management makes it rather pleasant to rely on 3rd-party libraries. The combination of an immutable package repository and semver makes it easy to trust that things won't break. And in my experience, the number of 3rd-party libraries is relatively small compared to more popular languages, but the quality tends to be fairly high (especially relative to npm).

3. The tooling is surprisingly nice for a young language. cargo has solid defaults, Visual Studio Code provides auto-completion and tool tips, and there are good libraries for basic logging, argument parsing, etc.

4. Rust makes it relatively easy to write fast code, as long as you use references and slices when appropriate.

Downsides include the learning curve (about a week or two for a C++ programmer to start feeling semi-comfortable), and slower compile times for large modules or ones using lots of parameterized types. My coworkers will write Rust, but they tend to say things like, "Rust is intense."

davemp 7 hours ago 7 replies      
> And thats why C is still the best language for systems programmingit still lets you to do what you mean (the problem is that most programmers dont really know what they mean)

Honestly after a ~1yr of embedded C co-op/intership experience, I'm familiar enough but not too entrenched to say that C is not that great for embedded/systems. When you're dealing at the hardware architecture level you need more detail than C (or any PL) can reasonably provide.

C doesn't "let you do what you mean", it has no knowledge of special registers, interrupts, timers, DMA, etc. Companies have coped with a slew of macros that are just ugly to write with and make testing much more difficult than need be. If the language had actual support for embedded you'd see support for architecture strictly as libraries (which may be possible in C but certainly not ergonomic or supported by the culture around the language). Library architectures would make writing simulators and embedded unit tests __MUCH__ simpler.

Not to mention the minefield that is the undefined sections of the C spec. A lot of people "mean" for an integer to rollover, but that's undefined and the C spec doesn't care about what you "mean". [1]

Just today I meant for a constant lookup table not to be overwritten by the stack (I had plenty of unused RAM), but unfortunately C doesn't care what I meant. I had to dig around and find an odd macro to jam that data into program space--effectively hiring some muscle (gcc) to break the spec so it behaved the way I wanted. [2] I run into this sort of thing all the time. I know the C spec. I know my hardware. C doesn't care and needs to be beaten up. The only real benefit of C in these situations is that it's a huge sissy and people are really good at beating the piss out of it now.

I'm not very familiar with rust, but if it makes an honest effort to be ergonomic for embedded (might need to be forked). It will eventually crush C.

[1]: https://blog.regehr.org/archives/213[2]: https://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc-4.8.5/gcc/Named-Address-S...

eptcyka 9 hours ago 4 replies      
Whilst unrelated to the article, my complaint about codecs in Rust is that they seem to be slow. Whilst the reason for this might be the immaturity of the libraries that I've used, but they've always been slower than their C counter-parts. The native JPEG decoder spins up 4 threads to decode the same amount of frames at 3x the time as the libjpeg-turbo does. There's a similar story for the FLAC decoder.

I don't think that any of this has anything to do with the language itself, it's just that it takes time for things to mature. As for the issues outlined in the article - the language is different enough from C and C++ that one just has to accept the fact that you cannot write idiomatic C and C++ in Rust and expect it to be comfortable, performant or safe. However, with Rust, I'd say, that one can achieve 99% of what one can achieve in C today. The only thing that Rust is missing currently is the ability to arbitrarily jump around the call stack due to the way destructors are implemented, but there's a way to mitigate this and it's being worked as far as I was aware.

StavrosK 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Since the link is a bit slow, here's an IPFS version:


Animats 8 hours ago 4 replies      
The only legitimate complaint there is that it's tough in Rust to get two arbitrary mutable slices into the same array. Rust wants to be sure they're disjoint, to prevent aliasing. For some matrix manipulation, this is inconvenient.

It would be easier if Rust had real multidimensional arrays. If the compiler knows about multidimensional arrays, some additional optimizations are possible. For example, if you want to borrow two different rows, that's fine as long as the row subscript is different.

Sean1708 8 hours ago 5 replies      
> And dont tell me about Bytes crateit should not be a separate crate

I'd be interested to hear the author's reasoning behind this, if it does what they want then why not use it? It's small and well written, so I don't think vetting it should be a problem.

The rest of the article seems quite sensible, that comment just strikes me as a little odd.

AceJohnny2 7 hours ago 1 reply      
Codecs are actually a wonderful test-case for Rust: they're a frequent source of vulnerabilities because they have to deal with arbitrary input, they usually have to perform fiddly sub-byte and/or array manipulation, and their pressure for maximum performance mean they have to make as efficient use of the hardware and memory as possible (and any mistake lead back to the first point)

So even if you don't agree with some of the author's points, his use-case is a good test for the suitability of Rust as a Systems Programming Language.

ainar-g 9 hours ago 0 replies      
The link doesn't seem to work for me at the moment. Here is Google Cache: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:qOUhWkj...
modalduality 9 hours ago 3 replies      
Not a Rust expert, but some thoughts on the negatives.

> Compilation time is too large

Can you try compiling incrementally? https://blog.rust-lang.org/2016/09/08/incremental.html. Might still only be on nightly.

> And, on the similar note, benchmarks.

I agree, profiling as well isn't as full featured as in more mature languages. Clojure, incidentally has great benchmarking due to being on the JVM.

> Also the tuple assignments.

Can't you just do

 fn main() { let (a, b) = (5, 2); println!("{}, {}", b, a); }
>There are many cases where compiler could do the stuff automatically.

I think this will be solved with the new non-lexical lifetimes RFC. Also a problem I had when starting, I generally assume referential transparency.

dgfgfdagasdfgfa 8 hours ago 0 replies      
None of these seem related to codecs as opposed to the author's preference for how s/he likes to code.

Not that this isn't super valuable feedback, but the title is misleading.

AndyKelley 4 hours ago 1 reply      
This article is practically selling Zig. It has all the good stuff mentioned sans traits, and none of the bad stuff. The only new bad thing Zig brings to the table is immaturity. Zig is a much more modest incremental improvement over C whereas rust is trying to introduce this new big idea of the borrow checker.
gwbas1c 7 hours ago 6 replies      
I tried Rust for the first time a few months ago. One of the things that really impressed me was that it was very easy to just get started. Even though the language is very different than I'm used to, I was able to "just jump in" without jumping through a lot of hoops. I was working with 3rd party crates very quickly.

One thing that I think does need improvement is the error handling. Far too many idiomatic examples just panic for error handling. There's no good way to just group errors by a higher-level classification and fall through to a generic error handler. As a result, the choice is between panic on error, or very detailed and verbose error handling. There's no middle ground.

simias 9 hours ago 7 replies      
Some of the complaints are perfectly fair (compile time, powerful but unwieldy macros). Other complaints seem a bit odder to me:

>While overall built-in testing capabilities in Rust are good (file it under good things too), the fact that benchmarking is available only for limbo nightly Rust is annoying;

Okay, but what are you comparing it against? Neither C or C++ have builtin benchmarking or even tests.

>If you care about systems programming and safety youd have at least one or two functions to convert type into a smaller one (e.g. i16/u16 -> u8) and/or check whether the result fits.

I don't understand this one at all. What's wrong with "as"? And if you need a checked conversion just write a small wrapper function? Again, if you're comparing to C or C++ I'd argue that Rust's semantic are friendlier and a lot less error prone at the cost of increased verbosity. C will implicitly cast and promote integer types without asking any questions, Rust makes it explicit.

I understand C promotion rules and I've still managed to get it wrong on occasions, to the point where I now force myself to make all casts explicit in C like I would in Rust. At least this way the intent is obvious, as I think it should be.

>Also the tuple assignments. Id like to be able to assign multiple variables from a tuple but its not possible now. And maybe it would be nice to be able to declare several variables with one let;

So unless I'm missing something something like:

 let (a, _, b) = (1, 2, 3)
>Same for function callingwhy does bitread.seek(bitread.tell() - 42); fail borrow check while let pos = bitread.tell() - 42; bitread.seek(pos);

Yeah, that's always been a minor annoyance of mine too. I intuitively think that

should be treated like

 let tmp = b(); a(tmp);
That is b() would terminate and release its borrows before a is even considered and "tmp" would live until the end of the block.

I'm guessing that there must be a good reason why it isn't so however.

Note that in C and C++ parameter evaluation order is unspecified so calling functions with potential side effects in parameter lists should be done very carefully. The compiler won't ever stop you though, don't worry. I'm sure the foot will grow back eventually.

>Borrow checker and arrays. [...]

Now this whole section feels a lot like "I'm trying to code in Rust like in C and it doesn't work and it frustrates me". Which is fair, messing around with arrays in C is a lot easier than Rust, there's no doubt about that. C also makes it massively easier to spectacularly shoot yourself in the foot if you mess up.

Yes, if you need uninitialized arrays and these sorts of things you need to use unsafe. But that's mostly optimization and you probably don't want to start implementing your codec with that type of code. After all maybe the compiler will be clever enough to see what you're doing with the buffer and not actually run the init code. And if it doesn't you're free to add the unsafe code later, once your codec works, you have good tests and it's time to optimize more aggressively.

>And thats why C is still the best language for systems programmingit still lets you to do what you mean (the problem is that most programmers dont really know what they mean)

Ah, so after the Sufficiently Smart Compiler we have the Sufficiently Smart Coder. That seems like quite a definitive claim for somebody who didn't know about "split_at_mut" in Rust a few lines earlier. Maybe the author should experiment a bit more with the language before making bold statements like these?

It's not rare to find security vulnerabilities in codecs and they tend to be extremely exposed. Maybe it's worth the hassle of making array manipulation slightly less convenient for the sake of security?

>type keyword. Since its a keyword it cant be used as a variable name and many objects have type, you know.

All languages have reserved keywords, that's strictly in bikeshed territory. Of course when you get to a new language with a new set of reserved keyword you have to learn new habits. You never name anything "struct", "class", "switch" or "break" in C or C++ because you're used to have these keywords removed. Rust lets me name variables "class" but not "type". Oh well.

>Not being able to combine if let with some other condition (those nested conditions tend to accumulate rather fast)

I tend to agree with this one, although I guess it could become messy quickly if you mix refutable lets with regular boolean conditions.

steveklabnik 9 hours ago 1 reply      
A lot of good comments on Reddit, with answers/solutions/discussion of the points brought up here: https://www.reddit.com/r/rust/comments/6qv2s5/rust_not_so_gr...

These kinds of experience reports are so valuable. (I've been following the whole series and they're very interesting.) Even if solutions to these issues do exist, if people can't find them, well that's a problem too.

schneems 4 hours ago 1 reply      
Site is down for me. Mirror?
Theranos Reaches Settlement with Walgreens theranos.com
61 points by kqr2  6 hours ago   29 comments top 6
taneem 5 hours ago 4 replies      
I suspect we are going to see Theranos pivot to becoming a conventional medical technology company, probably focusing on lab tech for blood work analysis etc. They are likely to disappear from public consciousness until we hear about an acquisition by a Siemens type company.

They got here through hype, smoke and mirrors, but they now have the capital, social network and core organizational processes in place to do this and it is a rational path to recouping time and $ investments from everyone involved.

However it will be difficult/impossible for this to pivot to happen without Elizabeth Holmes' resignation.

readhn 3 hours ago 3 replies      
Theranos is clearly a failure. 14 years of wasting investors money, 700million (?) down the drain, nothing to show for it except bad publicity, FBI and FDA investigations and major compliance issues.

At what point do investors pull the plug / fire CEO and move on?

jotjotzzz 3 hours ago 1 reply      
How are they still in existence?
saagarjha 5 hours ago 3 replies      
Unrelated, but that website had around 100 words of actual article, and a bunch of unnecessary other information. The date, for example, was repeated twice, and there was a link to Theranos's website (not to mention a short "about" paragraph) on their own website.
SomeStupidPoint 5 hours ago 1 reply      
So, for someone not following this particularly closely -- what is next for Theranos?

I know settling with Walgreens was a big goal of theirs, but I don't remember if that was the end of their legal troubles. Similarly, they mention their investors, which makes me wonder if they have issues on that front as well. (eg, did they lie when they sold shares?)

Even after the settlement though, they probably have a huge pile of cash -- and at least some investors are willing to let them try something with it.

joshmarinacci 3 hours ago 0 replies      
When I first read this I thought it said "Thanos Reaches Settlement with Walgreens". :)
Inside Ubers new approach to employee performance reviews techcrunch.com
24 points by malandrew  4 hours ago   15 comments top 3
tyingq 3 hours ago 4 replies      
There is some insight in the article, and things I didn't know before.


"Hustling meant being dependable and working hard"

Yeah, sure it did. No revisionism there.

ProfessorLayton 1 hour ago 3 replies      
"Since joining Uber in early June, Uber SVP of Leadership & Strategy Frances Frei has conducted sessions with 9,000 employees, 3,000 of which are managers, around goals and feedback."

3/~12k [1] employees are managers? That sounds really management-heavy, or did I misinterpret that?

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uber_(company)

b_ttercup 3 hours ago 2 replies      
Feedback is a hard problem but this sounds fluffy and unhelpful. Are there any tools out there that have effectively been implemented in a large organization to facilitate feedback?
An update on our commitment to fight terror content online googleblog.com
75 points by j2kun  7 hours ago   123 comments top 17
naturalgradient 7 hours ago 9 replies      
'More experts: Of course, our systems are only as good as the the data theyre based on. Over the past weeks, we have begun working with more than 15 additional expert NGOs and institutions through our Trusted Flagger program, including the Anti-Defamation League, the No Hate Speech Movement, and the Institute for Strategic Dialogue'

This makes me cringe. Every single one of these organisations consists of people with specific political views of acceptable and not acceptable content.

In Europe, the 'no hate speech' idea has very quickly expanded the concept of hate speech to include any rightwing opinion around certain topics (mostly religion and immigration related).

More people feel disenfranchised and excluded from the discourse, more grandstanding around fighting hate speech where the existence of countless organisations, consultants, experts and so forth can only be justified by uncovering more hate speech. Quite literally the growth of their economy requires expansion of the concept. The divide continues.

rdtsc 23 minutes ago 0 replies      
> Extremists and terrorists seek to attack and erode not just our security, but also our values; the very things that make our societies open and free

I wish they'd articulate what values those are.

When a company the size of Google embarks on "preventing and stopping" extremists I am a little leery. Terrorism and extremism have often become synonyms with "speech I don't agree with". I have seen people called "nazis" all too easily on popular political forums like Reddit's /r/politics for daring to criticize the popular opinions. So maybe I am too paranoid here but I'd take what Google does with a grain of salt.

You say something they disagree with and you might just find your email, youtube, drive, google docs, and other accounts removed...

turc1656 6 hours ago 4 replies      
When people search for sensitive keywords on YouTube, they will be redirected towards a playlist of curated YouTube videos that directly confront and debunk violent extremist messages.

How much you wanna bet that feature is going to be used to alter/redirect the video results for other things like political opinions that Google doesnt approve of? I foresee the right wing extremists like Breitbart and InfoWars getting affected by this. Not that I like either of those, but I think this is going to be a super sneaky way to curate the feeds that people see and the videos that are searchable online. Twitter did something recently that was very similar to this and people were finding that their followers weren't seeing their tweets.

eanzenberg 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Isn't it interesting how over time what is considered the "public square" turned from being owned by gov't (free-speech rules) to private industry (no need to uphold free-speech). Sure you can go run to your local city hall and say whats on your mind but no one's going to listen. The internet allowed for widespread dissemination of views/ideas but as time goes on it will be more and more regulated by private companies.
simonsarris 6 hours ago 1 reply      
Is this why they disabled Jordan Peterson's Youtube today?


(University of Toronto Psychology Professor who makes popular YouTube videos and draws ire from a lot of SJW types)


In a way, Google is announcing to startups that making a YouTube successor/killer is still possible. As they degrade their own service, they open up more space for newcomers and competitors.

spaginal 1 hour ago 0 replies      
Historically, speech isn't censored to protect people, it is done to protect institutions or governments.

The slippery slope we are careening down is getting pretty troubling.

avaer 6 hours ago 1 reply      
It just hit me that if I want to get an accurate view of what people think of a contentious topic, I can't trust Google or Youtube as a gateway anymore. I simply don't know what machines or "experts" have decided to hide from me.
azinman2 6 hours ago 5 replies      
I see a lot of anti-expert pro-speech comments. Thats great and all at the theoretical government law side of things, but YouTube is a private organization that _is_ being used as a platform by organizations like ISIS to radicalize random individuals who then go out and kill innocent people. Should Google allow these videos to be on equal footing with funny cat videos?
falcolas 7 hours ago 1 reply      
> When people search for sensitive keywords on YouTube, they will be redirected towards a playlist of curated YouTube videos that directly confront and debunk violent extremist messages.

Sigh. The chance for overlap with educational videos is going to be pretty damned high. Just like past efforts to stop porn have also stopped a large number of sex education sites.

Also, how are they judging accuracy? That's one key bit of information they're missing here. What's the escalation path for videos improperly caught up in the automated sweeps? Their existing copyright flagging mechanisms shows the inadequacy of their automated systems to date. Who reviews the human flags? The Alex Mauer YouTube debacle (a contracted worker taking down let's play videos to put pressure on a developer unrelated to the videos) has shown that the power is too far in the accuser's hands.

joshfraser 5 hours ago 2 replies      
The strength of your convictions are only tested at the extremes. You can't say you believe in free speech if that only includes speech you like.
dilap 6 hours ago 2 replies      
Awesome, just what I've always wanted: Machine learning and unelected, unaccountable groups of experts to tell me what videos I'm allowed to comment on.

So happy to see free speech is alive & kicking in the west.

blowski 6 hours ago 2 replies      
I honestly don't know what to do about this situation. I don't even know if it is a situation, or just some drama whipped up by the right wing press.

I'd love to see some real stats. How many videos are we talking about here? How many views do they get?

Camillo 6 hours ago 1 reply      
"Terrorism is an attack on open societies, and addressing the threat posed by violence and hate is a critical challenge for us all." [0]

"Over the past weeks, we have begun working with more than 15 additional expert NGOs and institutions through our Trusted Flagger program, including the Anti-Defamation League, the No Hate Speech Movement, and the Institute for Strategic Dialogue."

Note the seamless transition from terrorism, to hate, to hate speech. Therefore, to protect open societies, we have to put censors to work on our users. How far we got in a couple of blog posts!

Note that the "No Hate Speech Movement" is "A youth campaign of the Council of Europe"[1] (so, not a movement at all), and the Council of Europe is an intergovernmental organization [2], so these are quite literally government censors.

Speaking of openness, is the full list of NGOs participating in the Trusted Flagger program available anywhere?

[0]: https://www.blog.google/topics/google-europe/four-steps-were...

[1]: https://www.nohatespeechmovement.org/

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

throwaway91111 6 hours ago 0 replies      
You know at its most literalie terrorism is the use of terror to gain leveragethis would imply fake news is the problem.

This is just pr fluff.

mythrwy 1 hour ago 0 replies      
Evil censorship and PC brainwashing run amok?

or is this really

"An update on our commitment to avoid expensive lawsuits and pesky Internet pitchfork campaigns by appearing to do something about content some people find objectionable"?

I haven't decided yet.

DanielBMarkham 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Google has a commitment to appear to fight terror content online. They do not have an actual commitment to fight it.

They have no independent definition of what terrorism is. They have made no statements about how any one definition of terrorism is better or worse than any other one. They've done nothing proactively to identify terrorist or prevent terrorist acts.

Instead, they're trying to do something without actually being responsible for it. They've gathered together their own pack of cool kids and those folks have been tasked with telling Google what to do. In this manner the company actually stands for nothing more than "We've tried to cover all the bases of groups that are important to us that might complain"

That's not taking a stand. That's just an odd combination of shrewdness, weaseling, and self-congratulation. Par for the course for big SV companies. Some huge companies will control what kinds of political posters go up in its halls -- an act with nothing more than symbolic meaning -- while cooperating with dictatorships that use their services to hunt down dissidents. Related: http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/11/16/how-social-media-helps-d...

As tech folks, we've been congratulating ourselves way too much and taking way too little of an honest look at what actual impact we're having. That's gotta stop.

ruleabidinguser 5 hours ago 1 reply      
Meanwhile this has disappeared from the front page of HN despite having a higher score than plenty of other similarly aged posts on the front page

It's no secret that the moderation here disagrees with the consensus formed in these comments. It's definitely odd.

Apple Reports Third Quarter Results apple.com
80 points by ucha  4 hours ago   37 comments top 6
chollida1 3 hours ago 3 replies      
Some fun facts from the earnings report and call:

What they reported by the numbers:

- declared a cash dividend of $0.63 per share of the companys common stock. The dividend is payable on Aug. 17, 2017

- Revenue: $45.4 billion, up 7% YOY

- Adjusted EPS: $1.67, up from $1.42 in Q316

- iPhone units: 41 million sold, up 2% YOY

- iPad units: 11.4 million, up 15% YOY

- Mac units: 4.3 million, up 1% YOY

- Services revenue: $7.3 billion, up 22% YOY

- Other Products revenue: $2.7 billion, up 23% YOY

- Q4 Forecast: Revenue between $49 and $52 billion

- Greater China is Apple's only major region to report a revenue decline -- down 10% from last year's Q3, at just over $8 billion. Greater China also saw a 25% quarter-over-quarter decrease, while the Americas only saw a 4% quarter-over-quarter decline.

Where growth is coming from:

- Apple says it generated $7.3 billion in revenue on services, which includes the App Store and Apple Music. That's 22% more than the $6 billion in the year-ago quarter.

- Apple announces revenue of $2.7 billion from other products, including Apple Watch, Apple Pay and Apple TV. It was $2.2 billion in the year-ago quarter. This represents 23% growth for the category. It's likely that the HomePod will become part of this category in the December quarter.

nodesocket 3 hours ago 1 reply      
Once again, the oracle of Omaha got it right. Buffett made a gigantic bet on Apple in January because he saw it being cheap and undervalued.

Warren talking about the investment https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27nxKovluxE

ihuman 3 hours ago 1 reply      
Macstories has some great graphs with the new (and old) data. [0] SixColors also has some graphs, [1] and a transcript of the conference call. [2]

[0] https://www.macstories.net/news/apple-q3-2017-results-45-bil...

[1] https://sixcolors.com/post/2017/08/apples-q3-fy17-financial-...

[2] https://sixcolors.com/post/2017/08/live-transcript-apple-exe...

zitterbewegung 3 hours ago 0 replies      
The TLDR; of the results is that they beat their Q3 estimates. Others have a good summary of their earnings report (or see https://seekingalpha.com/symbol/AAPL/news ) .
sixQuarks 3 hours ago 2 replies      
I think they have 5.2 billion shares outstanding, so that means they made close to $9 billion in PROFIT just in this quarter.

That's enough to buy Stripe in cash, in just 3 months. Crazy

ben174 3 hours ago 3 replies      
I remember reading somewhere that these results would make it easier to determine when the next iPhone was launching. I wonder what the outcome is there.
Ask HN: Who is hiring? (August 2017)
355 points by whoishiring  10 hours ago   616 comments top 524
bnomis 3 minutes ago 0 replies      
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Phylagen, Inc. (http://phylagen.com/) | Senior Bioinformatics Engineer | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE

Phylagen is building a microbial map of the world with unlimited applications ranging from supply chain transparency to public health. Were seeking an experienced and motivated bioinformatics software engineer to join our team. You will be a key player in a cutting-edge venture-backed microbiome startup.

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LegalNature | Los Angeles, CA | Rails & Vue.js Engineers | Full-Time

At LegalNature, we are in the business of automating legal documents and processes. Our mission is to make the legal system far easier to understand, far less time consuming, and far cheaper for individuals and businesses.

We are in the process of building an 'autopilot' for government forms and beureacratic processes. We want our users to fill out a simple and easy form once, and from that, we will be able to generate any documents needed, file them (snail mail, fax, or online), and handle the response. If you have experience automating manual workflows and creating API's around them, we'd love to speak with you.

We are a non-standard company by most tech standards. Were bootstrapped and profitable. Instead of worrying about the next round or pitch deck, we are only worried about our customers and making the best product possible.

Our engineering team is currently small, and will be growing throughout the year.

You can apply at https://www.legalnature.com/careers or email me at michael@legalnature.com with any questions.

fuzzieozzie 9 hours ago 1 reply      
CompilerWorks | San Francisco Bay Area | Full-time, remote | $110k-$220k driven by your productivity


CompilerWorks is a bespoke compiler company, with our core product centered around compiling on dialect of SQL to execute on a different backend - e.g. would you like to run Oracle PL/SQL on a Postgre database? You can with CompilerWorks.

We are driven to solve interesting engineering problems where compilers are useful. We have found many interesting applications in the world of databases/datawarehouses and "big data."

Let us know if you are interested info {at} compilerworks.com

wahnfrieden 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Top Hat | https://www.tophat.com/careers | Toronto, ON, Canada | ONSITE Full-time

Top Hat is hiring!! We are looking for smart software engineers to join our team. Some of the roles we have available are: Senior Android Developer, Junior DevOps Engineer, Senior DevOps Engineer, Senior Platform Developer, and Full-stack Web developer (Python, Django, Javascript, React.js/Flux, AWS, Ansible). Salary ranges based on experience from $80K to $130K.

Were a pretty awesome growth-stage startup in the education space - we make the classroom more interactive, fun and engaging for both students and professors. We raised our Series C round in order to take on the textbook industry, which you can read about here: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-02-15/top-hat-r... - Union Square Ventures joined us this round, who along with our previous investors make up some of the top VCs in the world (having funded companies like Kickstarter, Twitter, Shopify, Salesforce, Box.net, etc.).

Top Hat helps professors make every lecture count by transforming mobile devices into powerful engagement tools, inside and outside the classroom. Recently, Top Hat has been building out interactive textbooks and creating a way for professors to collaborate on authoring new content and sharing it through our marketplace. In summary, we have a great dev culture and some really cool problems to work on!

If you are interested in our open positions apply here: https://app.jobvite.com/j?bj=oqatYfwL&s=hn

fazanhabib 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Automation Logic | DevOps Engineer| London | ONSITE, 50k - 80k www.automationlogic.com

About Automation Logic -

Automation Logic is a leading professional services business delivering technology-enabled transformation to enterprise clients through the delivery of Cloud, Automation and DevOps solutions.Headquartered in London, United Kingdom, Automation Logic has successfully delivered over 55 Cloud and Automation projects for some of the largest and most prestigious organisations in both the public and private sectors across Europe.

What we're looking for - the essentials

- Demonstrable experience in cloud-automation with a Devops background- Configuration management practices in Linux-based environments - Scripting ability in Python and Ruby - A passion for open source technologies and the open source community - Experience of Agile / Scrum methodology - Knowledge of various cloud technologies including VMware, AWS, Cloudstack and Openstack - Experience with configuration management tools including Puppet, Chef, Ansible and Salt - The ability to solve complex, multi-system problems The ability to learn new technologies quickly

Please contact me at fazan@automationlogic.com to apply :)

jeffnappi 9 hours ago 0 replies      
ClearVoice | Front-End Software Engineer | Phoenix, AZ or REMOTE | https://www.clearvoice.com | Full Time

ClearVoice is a Content Marketing Platform and Marketplace. We make creating great content easy for everyone. We have indexed over 100M online articles and have identified and ranked 200k+ authors. We use this index to power our transparent freelancer marketplace. We supply all engineers with Macbook Pros and quality tools. Competitive pay, fantastic weather and low cost of living in Phoenix (or wherever you live)!



Ruby/Rails - Platform API

Python - Search Index


Currently looking to hire:

* Front-End Software Engineer ($100k-$110k)


Interested in another role not posted?

E-mail jeff __4t__ clearvoice.com

fazanhabib 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Automation Logic | DevOps Engineer| London | ONSITE, 50k - 80k www.automationlogic.com

About Automation Logic Automation Logic is a leading professional services business delivering technology-enabled transformation to enterprise clients through the delivery of Cloud, Automation and DevOps solutions.

Headquartered in London, United Kingdom, Automation Logic has successfully delivered over 55 Cloud and Automation projects for some of the largest and most prestigious organisations in both the public and private sectors across Europe.

What we're looking for - the essentials

Demonstrable experience in cloud-automation with a Devops backgroundConfiguration management practices in Linux-based environmentsScripting ability in Python and RubyA passion for open source technologies and the open source communityExperience of Agile / Scrum methodologyKnowledge of various cloud technologies including VMware, AWS, Cloudstack and OpenstackExperience with configuration management tools including Puppet, Chef, Ansible and SaltThe ability to solve complex, multi-system problemsThe ability to learn new technologies quickly

Please contact me at fazan@automationlogic.com to apply :)

navahq 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Nava | Infrastructure Engineers, Fullstack Software Engineers | Washington DC, San Francisco SF, New York NYC | 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 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.

Learn more about working here and apply if you're interested: http://navahq.com/careers

blasdel 39 minutes ago 0 replies      
AWS EC2 (KaOS Platform) | Systems Development Engineers | Seattle, WA | Full-time, Onsite

Each time we launch a new instance type, the KaOS Platform team is responsible for pulling together the numerous components new hardware from our hardware team, changes to the hypervisor, and whatever other unique components are needed. This critical team coordinates across EC2 and other parts of AWS, builds key specifications for new platforms, and tests both correctness and performance of the platform. The team also plays a key role when system updates are required, as the highest level to escalate to.

We're a motley crew from diverse technical backgrounds, and welcome people who've done disparate roles between straight development and full-on operations. Preferably you'd have deep experience in more than one of the following: distributed systems management, hypervisors, Linux device drivers, custom hardware, package management, distributed test automation, performance tuning, and oem systems integration. If you've run into the limits of mainstream configuration management systems and devops practices even better. There's no standard type of engineer here, but you do absolutely need to be able to do Linux systems programming in languages like Python, Ruby, or Go.

We're also looking for similarly experienced Dev Managers and TPMs

Email my username @amazon.com and I'll try to shepherd you through the BigCo hiring process

jdevonport 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Airfinity | Data engineer | Brighton, UK | http://airfinity.com

Working to organise and understand the world's event, attendee and sponsor data. Currently hiring for multiple roles in our data science and engineering team based across London and Brighton.

We are looking for versatile engineers looking for their next big challenge.

We are a year old and have secured several rounds with a rapidly expanding team working on our event data products across London & Brighton locations.

Salary Range 45-55k + Equity + Benefits, Flexible Working, Based Brighton Offices

If you would like to talk please either reach out to me directly and mention HN [james at airfinity .com] or through our Careers page. https://www.airfinity.com/careers

gghh 9 hours ago 0 replies      
SUSE | Software Engineer | Nuremberg (DE), Prague (CZ) or REMOTE | Full Time

Linux kernel developer (process scheduling)

In the SUSE Labs department, we are looking for a kernel developer with experience in subsystems related to process management, such as the scheduler, PREEMPT_RT, locking and signal handling. You will develop and maintain the in-kernel process scheduling infrastructure, as well as tracing and debugging infrastructure (ptrace, ftrace, signal handling, ...), both in the SUSE enterprise products and upstream. You will also work with the PREEMPT_RT community on the RealTime patchset to the Linux kernel, with an ultimate goal of having PREEMPT_RT support directly available in mainline kernel.

How to apply

Preferably, submit all relevant information in a single PDF file, so that no important detail is lost in transit. Give us some time to process your application. Expect the interview to be done over phone. Form submission for this position at https://jobs.suse.com/job/nuremberg/kernel-developer-process...

jzhen 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Thinknum | New York | Multiple Positions | On-site - Full-time | $90k-$140k + equity

=== Who We Are ===

Thinknum is one of the fastest growing profitable SaaS companies in the world. Economic activity is coming online - companies are selling products, hiring employees, marketing and moving operations to the web. Thinknum captures the data trails that are created (e.g., How quickly is UberEATS growing on a restaurant-by-restaurant basis vs Grubhub?). We work with hundreds of financial institutions and corporations. Our office is in Midtown and we offer full benefits.

=== Who We Are Looking For ===

Director of Marketing

Were looking for a Director of Marketing that can help position our product and generate new qualified leads. You will help deliver our story, vision and product innovation resulting in increased coverage and awareness globally. The ideal candidate will have at least three years of experience marketing a SaaS product. Expertise in public relations, branding and using marketing analytics to make data-driven decisions is essential.

ReactJS Front-End Engineer

Were looking for an experienced ReactJS front-end engineer to implement features that enable users to intuitively answer questions on companies they are analyzing. You will need experience in ReactJS, CSS and an eye for great design.

Site Reliability Engineer

Were looking for a SRE that will support enterprise level applications hosted in the cloud. You need to have extensive experience in web application development and exposure to Amazon Web Services, Redshift and Postgres. Experience with container management and micro-services architectures such as Docker is a requirement. Enthusiasm for security best practices is a major plus.

=== Interested? ===

Interested in any of these positions? Drop me a note at jzhen@thinknum.com with Hacker News and the position title in the subject line.

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

rsyring 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Level 12 | Full Stack Web Developer - Python, React, SQL | Louisville, KY | REMOTE, SALARY:$75K-115K, https://www.level12.io/careers/

We have openings for mid & senior/lead level positions.Please see our website for what is probably the most detailed job description you have ever seen. No plain, repetitive, HR riddled job description here, we want you to know what you are really getting into:


- We have a commitment to transparency and offer a no surprises experience throughout the interview and hiring process.

- We practice and preach sound development practices. You are likely to learn and grow as a developer while working here.

- You will have the option of working from home or our office, whatever suits you best. Lets make the most of our time and minimize commuting when not necessary.

- We have a no-drama office policy. We value and cultivate enjoyable working relationships among team members.

- We emphasize work/life balance and adopt policies that make sure our people dont get burnt out. For instance, our PTO/Vacation policies are designed so that you actually use them.

- A commitment to Agile Principles while not being enslaved to any particular methodology.

- You have the skills and experience (3-6 years) to be a mid-level or senior-level (6-10 years) full-stack web application developer.

- You like building full stack web applications with technologies like Python, React, SQL, etc.

- You are committed to automated testing of all the software you write (our apps typically have 92%+ test coverage).

- You recognized that there is a lot of idealism in the software development community and are not disenchanted with the the day-to-day realities of programming.

- You like working independently but can take direction from the team lead and contribute to a team as needed

- If you apply as instructed, we will give you a yay or nay response. No black holes here!

HNtribal 40 minutes ago 0 replies      
TribalScale | Toronto, Canada | Orange County, California | Full time | Onsite | http://www.tribalscale.com/

TribalScale is a mobile first company that specializes in connected devices and the Internet of Things. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, TribalScale is a rapidly growing Product Development firm that aims to collide the physical and digital worlds. Our team members have a history of partnering with some of the worlds most premium brands, helping to shepherd businesses into the connected age. We are growing extremely fast and looking for talented software engineers to support that growth. Some of the platforms and environments that we have worked on and will be working on are: Mobile apps & Web Services (iOS, Android, Smartwatches, Google Glass & Other Wearables, Connected Home,Smart TVs, Beacon solutionsWe're hiring for many roles including:

- Full Stack Web Engineer

- iOS Engineer

- Android Engineer

- UI/UX Designer

- Enterprise Solutions Architect

- Mobile QA

Please apply here https://tribalscale.workable.com or email tlui [at] tribalscale.com if youre interested in learning more.

late2part 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Crowdstrike | Irvine, Sunnyvale, Seattle, DC, Minneapolis, London, Pune, Bucharest, Remote within USA, UK, CA, AU or NZ | Fulltime | ONSITE or REMOTE | http://www.crowdstrike.com/CrowdStrike Stops Breaches. We're a rapidly growing company that just raised $100M from awesome investors like Accel, CapitalG, Warburg Pincus, March Capital, and Telstra - https://www.crowdstrike.com/resources/news/crowdstrike-close....We're growing our team of software and devops engineers to help scale our automation of our software and systems. Give us a shout if you're interested in the following areas, with other information listed at http://www.crowdstrike.com/careers/

 * Data Center Technician * Linux Systems Engineer/SRE * Virtualization Engineers (manage ESXi and other systems) * Pentesters * Kernel Software Engineers * Securing systems internally and externally with a focus on automation and visibility * Cassandra/Elastic/Spark/Splunk Scaling and Automation * Chef/Python/AWS/Openstack Scaling and Automation * Public, Private, Hybrid Cloud and Datacenter Growth at Scale
We have a real devops approach - very egalitarian and enabling of engineers. There's tremendous mutual respect and as a result, we get a lot of leading edge stuff done very efficiently.

Come join us! See us at http://www.crowdstrike.com/careers/. You're welcome to ping me at alan dot hannan at crowd strike dot com for any questions. I manage a team here and enjoy my job and coworkers. Im hiring for the first 3 positions listed above.

jrhusney 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Parabol | Senior Full-Stack Developer | Los Angeles, New York, or Remote

Parabol is solving a problem that plagues many teams: prioritization. We help teams balance between executing on planned objectives and responding to the challenges and opportunities of the day. We do this by giving teams a universal inbox that spans the tools teams use (like Trello, GitHub, ZenDesk, and their email), guiding the team through prioritizing items by facilitating their weekly team meeting and reporting on progress at the end of the week.

We love to push the boundaries of technology. Our application is open-source (https://github.com/ParabolInc/action), it's also real-time and multiplayer. Sharing what we've learned is important to us. If you'd like to get a sense of who we are and how we think, he's a videocast we did recently for GraphQL Radio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gxag5PXGXN8

We've operated our company using our own software, growing to hundreds of users, and raised a pre-seed round with SV Angel, Slack, and Flight.vc

YOU ARE: 5+ years experience architecting and developing software on a team Energized about the challenge of creating real-time, multiplayer applications Expert in ES2015+, React, GraphQL, and Node, with good linting habits Familiar with building distributed systems and microservices Eager to give back to the open-source community and share knowledge Excited to create and launch useful tools for the Future of Work An empathetic and generous communicator that lives by, don't hate, iterate

CULTURE & COMPENSATION: Offering 60% FMV cash salary + early-stage equity Geographically distributed team (CA, NY, TX) that values & promotes work-life balance Convenes 4x/year for all-hands strategy sessions

plusepsilon 9 hours ago 1 reply      
WriteLab | ML Engineer | Berkeley, CA | ONSITE, SALARY: 100K-130K

We at WriteLab (writelab.com) are building ML tools to give immediate writing feedback for students and English language learners. There is plenty of room to impact the product by designing and implementing new features, usually starting with data collection. We use all the good stuff in deep learning and NLP including: SpaCy, scikit-learn, TensorFlow, etc.

Strong background in machine learning and experience deploying ML models in production is a must. NLP and DL experience is a strong plus.

Interview process: initial video call with NLP engineeronsite interview to discuss previous experience and go through an NLP / ML problemlunch with CEO

Apply at Angelist (https://angel.co/writelab/jobs/243578-machine-learning-nlp-e...) or email me at motoki@writelab.com.

s3nnyy 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Wealthport.com | Senior Computer Science / Machine Learning Engineer, Scala Backend Engineer, Data Preparation Expert | Zurich | SALARY: 100k-120k CHF | ONSITE | EU-Passport holders only

We solve on of the biggest problems in e-commerce: Normalizing product information. Using machine learning an NLP we transform broken, badly-labeled, unstructured data into useable, categorised and normalized data. See: https://www.slideshare.net/wealthportadmin/getting-started-w...

We are obsessed with functional programming. We use mainly Scala (backend) and we are researching a lot on NLP and ML. We look for:

- Senior Machine learning Researcher / Engineer - you will read & write papers on machine learning and/or implement algorithms in our core product.

- Senior Backend Scala engineer - you will build or well-tested backend and our core product.

- Data Preparation Export (Data Science) - you will help our customers adjust their data to our platform.

The interview process:

1) 15 min call with our tech recruiter (who is a former engineer)

2) Technical call with CTO

3) Onsite day solving a programming task with us.

Send us a short intro about yourself to:


bojo 3 hours ago 0 replies      
AlasConnect | Software Engineer 1 | $75,538 - $100,477 | Fairbanks - Anchorage - Palmer, Alaska | Onsite | Full-time

AlasConnect is a subsidiary of Matanuska Telephone Association, a telecommunications company which services part of southern Alaska. AlasConnect itself is a Managed Service Provider (generally Microsoft) and has offices and clients throughout the Fairbanks, Anchorage, and Palmer areas.

I run a small team of developers which supports and writes software for both companies. The MTA side has a bit of C#/.NET and is fairly enterprise-y, although various new projects are being written in Haskell as we standardize our tooling. On the AlasConnect side we are slowly gearing up to full time Haskell consulting and software development shop.

* Functional programming experience would be nice, but not required. Happy to train passionate people into Haskell.

* No internships. This is a mid-career position, so a few years of practical software engineering experience is required.

* We are not in a position to sponsor visas, and therefore can only consider people authorized to work in the US.

* Unfortunately onsite is a hard requirement at this time.

If you are interested the official position requirements and forms are listed at http://alasconnect.com/jobs.html under the Software Engineer 1 heading.

Please mail all applications/resumes to hr@alasconnect.com

If you have any questions or concerns before applying you can contact me directly at bcj@alasconnect.com (Brian).

GamingPro 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Stealth Gaming Startup | Senior Back-end Engineer (PHP) | World | Remote | Full-time, Salary: $180k - $220k, https://goo.gl/eo9kob

Stealth Gaming Startup | Senior Back-end Engineer (NodeJS) | World | Remote | Full-time, Salary: $180k - $220k, https://goo.gl/ardSgY

Stealth Gaming Startup | Senior Front-end Engineer (Angular) | World | Remote | Full-time, Salary: $180k - $220k, https://goo.gl/CXqBrQ

Recently launched Games/Betting (stealth) startup based in the EU is seeking world-class software engineers. We are expanding the companys initial offer, building new real-time browser games. The company is seeking to grow the team adding outstanding talent (full-time and/or contractors).

If you are up to the challenge, email your CV / GitHub / LinkedIn / StackOverflow, etc to: gaming.startup.eu+HN@gmail.com with the position you are interested in as Subject.

nicpottier 6 hours ago 1 reply      
Nyaruka Ltd - Senior SDE - Go / Python / React / Postgres - REMOTE - $90-$150k


We are a small team that build an open source platform used for large scale messaging, primarily used by UNICEF in developing countries.

You can see some of what we work on on Github: https://github.com/nyaruka

You can play with the platform here: https://textit.in/

We are a fun group of passionate engineers who want their work to do good in the world. We are spread across the world, some in South America, some in Africa, some in the US. We work on interesting problems which span making a visual programming language that non-programmers can pick up scale to huge numbers of interactions. Lots of fun problems to solve.

Would be particularly interested in female candidates based in Europe timezones due to the location of some of our largest customers in sub-saharan Africa.

Email: info@nyaruka.com

rymohr 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Kumu | Senior Software Engineer | REMOTE | https://www.kumu.io

Bootstrapped data viz platform that helps people understand complex relationships, primarily through network, systems, and stakeholder maps.

Were currently working with some of the worlds top organizations including The Omidyar Group, Gates Foundation, Hewlett Foundation, USAID, Stanford ChangeLabs, 100Kin10, Democracy Fund, World Bank, Humanity United and more.

 - Full-time remote position - Salary $60-80k - Equity 1-2% - ARR over $200k - Flexible hours within a small, mission-driven team - Annual adventure retreats - Stack: react, redux, rails, webgl, webpack/babel, aws, git/github, IE11+ - Bonus points for experience with: graphs/networks, couchdb, elasticsearch, redis, d3
Youre probably a great fit if:

 - Youre a talented web developer (both frontend and backend) - Youve mastered multiple programming languages and frameworks - Youve built and maintained a complex library, single page web app, or product - You work well setting your own priorities and working with lots of freedom - Youre excited about (or at least dont mind getting dragged into) snowboarding in Bend, rock climbing in Utah, surfing in Costa Rica, or whitewater rafting in Colorado.
On a day-to-day basis youll be working with Ryan [1] and Dan [2]. Youll be involved throughout the entire development process, from initial brainstorms and sketching to the final stages of testing and release. We move fast and ship often, and try to break work into weekly deliverables to keep everyones expectations and progress in check. We do a hangout at the beginning of each week to reconnect and revisit everyones immediate priorities.

If youre interested, please send a SHORT email to careers@kumu.io telling us why youre excited to work for Kumu. Experienced developers only. Lengthy and/or generic applications will be ignored. Thanks!

[1]: https://twitter.com/rymohr

[2]: https://twitter.com/_danprince

giessel 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Moderna Therapeutics | Data Scientist | Cambridge, MA | Full time, onsite | http://tiny.cc/mdtxdatasci

Moderna Therapeutics is a biotech built around one key idea: what if messenger RNA could be a drug? Cells in our bodies use mRNA to turn the information stored in DNA into protein machines that carry out all aspects of our biology; when this process is broken, it can lead to diseases like cancer. By introducing mRNA molecules into cells we can directly fix these problems, and enable a revolutionary new class of medicines.

We are looking for a motivated data scientist to join our Computational Sciences research team. There are opportunities to make an impact across the company, from leveraging data generated by our automated production processes to cutting edge application of machine learning and neural networks on biological sequence data. The ideal candidate would be as comfortable at a terminal as in an biology seminar- but exceptional candidate from all backgrounds will be considered.

Moderna Therapeutics is a clinical stage 6-year old company that has raised a collective $1.9B in private financing. In the last year and a half, we have started 7 Phase I Clinical trials and have 5 more in the immediate pipeline, with many more to come. Please, give the position a look!

Fleming_1 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Everwise | New York, NY | Sr. Software Engineer | Full-Time| ONSITE | $140k - $170k + equit | https://www.geteverwise.com/careers/

We at Everwise, a Sequoia-backed company, are reinventing talent development by connecting professionals with the people and resources they need to be successful at every stage in their career. We work with some of the top companies in the world, including Salesforce, Lyft, GitHub, Virgin, and Apple.

We're a diverse engineering team based in NYC, who come from all walks of life. We have successful start-up experience and embrace processes and technologies that amplify output. Day-to-day we leverage Ruby, React, Redux, AWS, and Postgres. We're very adaptable and looking for someone who welcomes the opportunity to solve a broad range of problems using a wide array of technologies.

We are seeking a talented senior engineer who has experience developing web or mobile clients from the ground up and is passionate about doing work that matters. You'll be working closely with a number of teams, including Product, to make a real impact here.

What You'll Do-Develop and maintain Everwise's SaaS cloud-based web applications-Identify scaling bottlenecks and propose solutions-Research, test, and benchmark new technologies-Design and communicate coding standards and architectural plans-Lead design of front-end framework using React and application framework using Rails-Work closely with Product/UX to deliver simple and intuitive desktop and mobile solutions

What we are looking for:-5+ years of experience with large scale, high traffic/performance web applications-Experience with Ruby on Rails or related MVC web frameworks (Python/Node.js/php etc.)-Experience with Javascript (familiarity with React is a plus)-Expert experience with object-oriented programming and design patterns-Significant experience building scalable, distributed systems-Significant experience with Sql/NoSql and database technologies as they relate to application development.-Understanding of unit and functional testing best practices-Command of DevOps, CI, and deployment engineering (Docker, Ansible, Nginx, and Unicorn are bonuses)-Cloud experience including redundancy, security and scalability strategies

If you are interested in learning more, please email me at stephen@geteverwise.com, or apply on our site https://www.geteverwise.com/careers/

edmack 8 hours ago 0 replies      
SketchDeck | Mid level full stack engineer in Sunnyvale ONSITE

Hello! We're looking for an engineer to help grow our tech-enabled design agency. You'll work directly with our designers and clients, suggesting and building your own ideas to contribute to company growth. We're a small supportive team and excited to talk to HN candidates :)

$100k - $160k (depending on experience!), stock, benefits


msolo 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard | Cambridge/Boston, MA | Software Engineer | ONSITE, VISA

We're a small team of software engineers, computational biologists, mathematicians, clinicians, and geneticists building cutting-edge tools and methods for interpreting massive genomic datasets.

We are looking for friendly people with demonstrated experience in web tech, an eye for design, and genuine excitement to learn new things. Our stack: React, Redux, D3, SVG, GraphQL, node, Docker, Kubernetes, Google Cloud/Container Engine, Python, Scala, Apache Spark, Elasticsearch.

In this role, you'll receive domain-specific training at a world-class research institute. Your work will be 100% open source and highly visible in the genetics/genomics community. The tools you will help build are used by tens of thousands of researchers and physicians around the world who cure disease and make biological discoveries. Come help shape the future of human genetic data visualization and discovery!

email: msolomon@broadinstitute.org

patientco86 4 hours ago 0 replies      
ATLANTA, GA, Full time, Onsite, $100-$120K Full Stack Software Engineer at http://www.patientcolife.com

UNLIMITED PTO, Flex hours, catered lunches, casual environment, 100% paid healthcare premiums for individuals.

As a software engineer at Patientco, you will do what you were born to do write code that delights your users!

You should care deeply about how your software is experienced. This means considering how both healthcare patients and providers use your products and how your peers will interact with your code.

You should enjoy variety (and we arent just referring to the food and drinks we keep stocked in our kitchen), as you should expect to move up and down the software stack. You will be writing the PHP that powers our statement engine, digging deep into the back-end to write and tune SQL and dabbling in the client-side JavaScript, HTML and CSS of our web app.

Sound like you? Apply with CV to http://patientco.applytojob.com/apply/uGumZ5/Software-Engine...

aaroneous 1 hour ago 0 replies      
ShopPad | Front-end developer | Oakland, CA | Onsite | Full time $90k - $120k | https://www.theshoppad.com

You: An experienced, front-end developer with a strong aesthetic. You'll be working in HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Photoshop/Sketch/etc. With customers like Tesla Automotive, Nine West, Acer, GE, and Starwood Hotels, your impact will be seen by millions every day. Those with entrepreneurial or eCommerce experience are strongly encouraged to apply.

About ShopPad: The largest provider of apps and services for Shopify's eCommerce platform. Founded in 2012 by two experienced entrepreneurs, backed by some of the best angels in the bay, and headquartered in Oakland a few blocks from BART. Competitive salary, meaningful equity, health/vision/dental/commuter benefits, work remotely every Thursday, fully stocked kitchen, team outings, smart & fun co-workers.

Please send your resume and cover letter briefly explaining why you're interested to careers-417@theshoppad.com

vitiell0 10 hours ago 0 replies      
Cooklist | Cofounder / React Native / Django | Dallas, TX | Remote | Equity 10% - 40%

Cooklist shows you recipes you can cook with the groceries you buy. It can connect to 81 grocery chains like Walmart, Safeway, Kroger etc. and automatically download every purchase a user makes into the app. It uses NLP to match each product purchased to recipe ingredients. Over 1,000,000 products are matched to 1,000,000 recipes with 90% accuracy.

Ive built Cooklist over the last 8 months and its now live in private beta. Hundreds of users are participating in the development process. 10,000+ purchases have been downloaded in the last week. You can see a demo video at https://cooklist.co Im looking to bring on a strong technical cofounder to lead the development of the mobile apps. If youre interested in working on this idea or would like to try the beta, email me at daniel@handground.com

The last project I created was the Handground coffee grinder (raised 300k on Kickstarter): https://handground.com You can also find me on Github: https://github.com/Vitiell0

sl4yt1m3 1 hour 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 managing our AWS infrastructure with Terraform and our servers with Chef. All of our newer services are deployed in Docker containers and managed by Kubernetes. We use a mix of Elixir/Phoenix, PHP, NodeJS, React, and Python to write our services.

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).

felixge 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Apple | Backend (Go, PostgreSQL) engineer | Shanghai, China | ONSITE | Full Time

We're a small team that is having a huge impact on the mass production of Apple's products.

If you're an expert in Go or PostgreSQL (ideally both), we'd love to talk to you. But perhaps even more importantly, you should be a good communicator and fast learner. Relocation is possible. My e-mail is in my profile.

You might also enjoy enjoy this recent blog post of mine that gives you a small glimpse on the kind of things my team is up to: http://felixge.de/2017/07/27/implementing-state-machines-in-... (The example is not the problem domain we're working in, it was made up for the post)

sankethkatta 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Smartcar API | Frontend, Sales | 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.

We recently launched https://teslabot.ai to show a sneak peak of what our platform can do.

The positions we are hiring for:

+ Business Development with 2+ years of experience selling to enterprise.

+ Frontend Software Engineer with 2+ years of experience with any modern frontend framework (React, Angular, Ember, ...). Our backend 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. Compensation is $95K to $130K + equity.

If you want to learn more, email me at sanketh@smartcar.com or call me at 530 475 2882. No recruiters.

rchiba 9 hours ago 0 replies      
TINT | Senior Full Stack / Frontend / Backend Engineers | UX/UI Designer | https://www.tintup.com | San Francisco | REMOTE (US/Canada/India) | $90K - $170K

APPLY HERE: https://www.tintup.com/jobs?lever-source=hackernews

Were looking for engineers and a UX/UI designer to join our small 24-person team. We offer a competitive compensation package, and have a flexible remote work policy.

Over 5,000 brands use TINT to power their content marketing. We are proudly profitable, not dependent on investor funding. Every Friday we work on hack projects that we think will push the business forward. Our current stack is Backbone, Rails, MySQL, and AWS.



on the positions: https://www.tintup.com/jobs?lever-source=hackernews

on TINT company culture: https://www.tintup.com/about

on a few of our customers: https://www.tintup.com/clients

on what it's like to work here: https://instagram.com/tint/


BENEFITS (besides the competitive salary and equity...)

TEAM TRANSPARENCY - We calculate compensation based on a formula that we all agree on. Cap table is made available to all employees. Business financials are known by all teammates. Even cofounder meeting minutes are sent to the team.

FLEXIBLE REMOTE WORK - We have a flexible remote work policy that allows employees based in San Francisco to work remotely for extended periods, and for engineers to join us remotely full-time.

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM - A monthly stipend and program designed for self-improvement. Every month, we individually choose goals to accomplish and are given a stipend to accomplish them.

APPLY HERE: https://www.tintup.com/jobs?lever-source=hackernews

HoyaSaxa 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Narmi (Techstars NYC '17)| Full Stack Engineer (Front End Focused) | New York, NY (NYC) | ONSITE | https://www.narmitech.com

Narmi is helping reinvent banking in the United States. We create a more accessible and useful financial ecosystem by powering the online banking, mobile banking, and open banking APIs for the 10,000 credit unions and community banks in the United States.

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.

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 python (django and django-rest-framework), vue.js, react native, ansbile, terraform, visual design/UI/UX, and/or security.

The interview process entails a call or two to get to know each other, followed by an in-person interview that includes a code pairing session.

Some keywords: * Full Stack Engineer, Full-stack Engineer, Full Stack Developer, Full-stack Developer * Front End Engineer, Front-end Engineer, Front End Developer, Full-end Developer * Banking, online banking, mobile banking, open banking APIs, * New York City, New York, NY, NYC, Manhattan

You can learn more on our website and apply via email: jobs @ our domain. Make sure to mention you found us on Hacker News.

rememberlenny 9 hours ago 0 replies      
18F US Department of Interior | Front End Engineer | Remote | FULL-TIME

Compensation/Grade Level: GS-13 to GS-15

Key Requirements: U.S. Citizenship is required.

Security Clearance: Public Trust - Background Investigation Required

Link: https://18f.gsa.gov/join/front-end-engineer/

The Innovation Design Team will manage the U.S. Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (USEITI) data portal and expand work begun in collaboration with 18F, as well as extending those efforts to other datasets and initiatives throughout ONRR. The Front End Engineer should be well-versed in modern development practices and data tools.

Objective #1: You will contribute high-quality, well-tested, maintainable code across an entire project lifecycle, using modern software development best practices

Objective #2: You will find and create tools and resources to help ONRR address their data management needs.

Objective #3: You will act as an agent of culture change within ONRR

k1w1 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Aha! (http://www.aha.io) | Rails / Front End / UX | REMOTE

Aha! is looking for experienced Ruby on Rails, Javascript and front-end engineers to develop rich interactive experiences in React with a Rails backend.

Aha! is the #1 tool for product managers to plan strategy and roadmaps. Aha! is profitable, you can work from anywhere in North America and we offer excellent benefits. We use our own product to manage our work (which is especially rewarding), we deploy continuously and we are developing in Rails/ES6/React/d3.

Our entire team is remote - in US, Canada and Mexico so we can collaborate during the work day.

http://www.aha.io | email: engineering-jobs@aha.io

beliu 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Sourcegraph (https://sourcegraph.com) | Software Engineer | San Francisco, CA | REMOTE, Salary: $100-200K + equity

Sourcegraph is the best way to read and understand code. As a programmer, you spend hours every day trying to answer simple questions like "How do I use this library?", "What functions already exist?", and "What's going on in this changeset?" Sourcegraph makes exploring the world's code as painless as searching and browsing the web.

We're a small team founded by Stanford and Palantir alumni. Our users and customers span programmers across the world, influential open-source authors, and major companies. Our technical challenges include scaling code analysis and search to every codebase in the world.

Stack: Go, TypeScript, GraphQL, Docker + Kubernetes

Jobs page: https://about.sourcegraph.com/jobs

rdli 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Datawire | Senior/Principal Software Engineer | Boston / Remote possible | Full-time

Datawire is a company focused on building open source tools for organizations adopting Kubernetes and microservices. We're looking for a C++/Go hacker who can work on Telepresence (www.telepresence.io), our open source tool for fast, local dev of services on Kubernetes and Ambassador (www.getambassador.io), our open source API Gateway built on Lyft's Envoy L7 proxy.

We're working on figuring out the best ways to make state-of-the-art tech (Kubernetes, microservices, Envoy, Docker) accessible to developers. Big bonus points if you like to write about technical things, know Kubernetes and/or have prior experience in a microservices architecture, and also know Python / Kotlin / JavaScript (we're a polyglot shop).

Salary $100K - $150K, plus equity and benefits, depending on experience.

Email careers@datawire.io.

andrest 8 hours ago 0 replies      
The Farmer's Dog | Software Engineer | New York | ONSITE, SALARY:90-140k, https://www.thefarmersdog.com/

The Farmers Dog is a VC backed (we just raised $8.1m Series A from Shasta Ventures) direct-to-consumer pet health brand on a mission to disrupt the $60 Billion pet food industry. Our products are human-quality, personalized and manufactured on demand.

Even though we don't sound like a typical tech company we take pride in software development. Were building a subscription based e-commerce business from the ground up and have plenty of interesting problems to solve. Our aim is to offer a seamless subscription experience through on-time production, customized products and best in class customer support. 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 mid/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

sdalezman 8 hours ago 0 replies      
PlatformWatch | Full Stack Developer | NYC | $80-110K + equity + benefits | Full-time, REMOTE |

Im the CTO/co-founders at PlatformWatch (https://www.platformwatch.com/). Were building a platform that will change the entire software procurement lifecycle; including how you discover, purchase, manage and optimize SaaS applications. We're obsessed with building great experiences - whether that's for our users, employees, or engineers.


* don't shy away from tackling hard problems

* can work comfortably across the stack

* have experience with JavaScript, Python, or Go

* have 3+ years experience

Bonus Points:

* enterprise SaaS development experience

* production machine-learning experience

* previous experience leading engineering teams

If you're interested email shlomo (at) platformwatch (dot) com

ryantbrown 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Senior Full Stack Engineer | Sacramento, CA | $80k-$110k | ONSITE | https://grin.co

Grin is looking for full stack engineers to help build the next generation of influencer marketing software.

We offer a competitive salary, equity and a great environment.

The ideal candidate is someone who wants to get in early and own large pieces of functionality across many services/platforms. They should love working with the newest versions of everything and be problem solvers who can plan, design, prototype and publish game changing features.

PHP (7.1 / Laravel)JavaScript (ES6 / Node / Vue 2)MySQL / RedisSQS / Algolia / Stripe (many more services)

Email ryan@grin.co.

alexpeattie 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Peg | Full Stack Developer | London | ONSITE | fulltime | https://peg.co/hiring | 35k-55k + equity

We're on a mission to shift $1BN in advertising budgets towards independent content creators, so we're after someone with frontend and backend development skills to help make that happen.

We're looking for one dev with 1+ years of experience building software professionally, and another with 3+ years; but above all we're after people who are excited about building world-class software, getting their hands dirty with tough problems, and constantly learning.

Our stack is Rails 4.2, Angular, a PostgreSQL DB (now quite big, hundreds of millions of rows), Redis/Sidekiq, Gulp for builds - the whole shebang is at https://stackshare.io/peg/pegWe recently moved into lovely new offices near Aldgate East, if you'd like to drop in and chat more about the roles, drop me a line: alex@peg.co

resalisbury 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Checker | San Francisco, CA | Full-time | Onsite

modern and compliant background checks, focused on building a fairer future for applicants. growing and profitable, an unusual combination for the Bay Area :) great engineering centric culture. co-founded by engineers. 100+ ppl, 30+ eng.

Forbes Next Billion Dollar Company: http://bit.ly/2q8T5Kk

4+ years relevant work experience




vivcomma 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Comma.ai | San Francisco | Software Engineer | FULL-TIME | ONSITE

We ship open source self driving car software. Here's the plan: https://medium.com/@comma_ai/our-road-to-self-driving-victor...

Looking for great people to fill these roles: http://comma.ai/positions.html

There are no requirements beyond writing good code. Just convince us that you can do the task and make it ship. Our stack is largely Python, with some C/C++.

Here's what we look for: http://comma.ai/hiring.html

Send an email over with your resume and Github link (if you have one) to givemeajob@comma.ai.

mapd 6 hours ago 0 replies      
MapD | San Francisco (city) | Backend Developer, (ONSITE/REMOTE)

MapD (https://www.mapd.com) is a Google Ventures/NEA/Nvidia/Verizon Ventures/Vanedge/In-Q-Tel backed Series B startup that builds a lightning-fast open source 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.

Were a growing Series B company (~40 people) with deep knowledge of databases and GPU Programming. Benefits and equity are competitive ($115K-$170K).

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

contingencies 1 hour ago 0 replies      
Infinite Food | Hackers / Mechanical Engineers / Applied Materials Scientists / Food Scientists and Technologists / Multilingual Multiplatform Mobile App Developers | Shenzhen | $neg + equity available | Full-time or REMOTE | http://8-food.com/

Work on what you want, within reason. Help define the company and take ownership of your chosen field.

Registered in Hong Kong, we are a small, mainland China based, international team in the mid prototyping phase, approaching prep-for-manufacturing on a novel series of distributed food service locations supporting automated food preparation and retail. You can look at them as scaled down factories, robotic chefs or one large distributed just-in-time custom food manufacturing system including the associated logistics network. Fresh ingredients and personalized customer orders in, tasty cooked food out.

We are in perfect unison with the largest trends in the sector (convenience, personalization, mobile ordering, commodification of last mile delivery), are already oversubscribed for our next investment round and have recently doubled down by moving to Shenzhen. We have great experience with China, less in manufacturing, lots in complex systems and emerging technology, and multiple successful exits globally.

Mandarin speakers well regarded, but Chinese knowledge is not required. Clear written technical communication in English is mandatory. Skills and experience first, qualifications a distant second. We respect execution.

Email in profile, please include 'Candidate: <Desired Job Title>' in subject. No recruiters.

ksowocki 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Occipital (https://www.occipital.com) | Boulder, CO, San Francisco, CA | ONSITE | Full-time | iOS Engineer, Computer Vision Engineer, Platform Software Engineer - Mixed Reality, Unity/Unreal Engineer, Business Development, Sales Director

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.


vikp 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Dataquest | San Francisco, CA | Remote or onsite | Full-time

At Dataquest, we teach data science interactively online to hundreds of thousands of students worldwide. We're focused on teaching skills and building intuition from the ground up with our project based curriculum. Unlike most educational options, we focus on motivating students to learn, not just content delivery.

We have students go from no programming knowledge to jobs at companies like SpaceX, Amazon, and Microsoft, and you can read their stories here -- https://www.dataquest.io/stories . Best of all, we do it at a low monthly cost of $29 or $49.

We're a bootstrapped company, which we think is extremely important, since it aligns our incentives with our students.

Our open roles are a great opportunity if you're passionate about teaching, if you're burnt out doing work that doesn't feel like it has a direct impact, or if you want to peek inside a profitable bootstrapped company.

Please email vik@dataquest.io if you're interested.

Open roles:

* Data Science Instructor (75k-105k) -- outline our curriculum, teach concepts, and analyze data to continuously improve how students learn. This is a chance to make a direct impact on students around the world, while teaching and learning interesting concepts (neural nets, data pipelines, etc).

* Data Analysis Instructor (70k-95k) -- teach data science concepts to non-technical people. Ideally, you have experience with SQL and Excel, exposure to teaching, and, most importantly, are passionate about building intuition by crafting good explanations.

* Devops (75k-100k) -- maintain and enhance our backend infrastructure that allows students to run code and have it automatically checked for correctness. Develop our deployment infrastructure and make architecture decisions. Work with Python 3, Docker, and Kubernetes.

* Data Journalist (60k-80k) -- Help us teach data science on our blog (dataquest.io/blog) that gets hundreds of thousands of monthly uniques. Work with technical experts to build compelling content that has value to students learning data science.

ocharles 9 hours ago 0 replies      
CircuitHub (https://circuithub.com) | Full-stack (Haskell, Elm, NixOS) engineer | London, UK | Full Time

Join our growing team to work on a variety of problems across CircuitHub's entire stack. No direct experience with factory automation or electronics is necessary but we like curious people willing to learn.

Our stack:

* Haskell API server using GHC 8, Yesod, Opaleye, and many other libraries from Hackage.

* Elm front end.

* PostgreSQL for data storage, with querying via Opaleye & Rel8.

* AWS / Heroku for hosting.

* NixOS for development environments, continuous integration and deployments.

* Functional reactive programming for standalone GUI applications.

* Prometheus and Grafana for metrics and instrumentation.

What we look for:

* You enjoy figuring out what to work on and teaching yourself whatever you need to get the job done.

* You enjoy working as part of a team and you're also happy working on your own.

* An ability to move quickly and and respond to changing requirements.

* Pride in your work, taking ownership of features and collecting requirements from end users.

Interested? Get in touch! https://circuithub.com/careers/haskellers

kerianne 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Flexport | Software Engineers & Senior Software Engineers | San Francisco | flexport.engineering | flexport.com

Flexport's mission is to fix the user experience in global trade and bring the world free trade through technology. Here at Flexport, we share a vision where any two businesses can trade with each other without regard for geographic distance, logistical complexity, or regulatory challenges.

We are the first licensed customs brokerage and freight forwarder built around a modern tech stack. Our services include air & ocean freight, trucking, fulfillment, and cargo insurance. By automating these services and delivering them through an online dashboard, weve dramatically reduced costs and improved reliability.

Our services put clients back in control of their logistics and supply chain needs. We offer faster freight quotes, lower prices, improved visibility and notifications, and advanced analytics. Our lean team of ~35 engineers are building products flexible, maintainable products that are reshaping this fragmented industry.

If you're a self-starting engineer with an interest in product ownership & taking autonomy over core products & features, let's chat.

Check out all our openings: https://www.flexport.com/careers/department/engineering

email moira@flexport.com

a_metaphor 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Cruise Automation | C++ Engineers, Data Scientists, Android Engineers | San Francisco | ONSITE


Description: We're the driverless car company. We believe in improving peoples lives by making transportation safer, more accessible, and more convenient.Our team is small and we move quickly. Were currently testing a fully driverless solution on city streets in San Francisco. We're looking for smart, ambitious people to help build the worlds largest fleet of driverless cars.

We are looking to hire C++ engineers across the entire company so please check out our open roles!Check out this video of our car driving fully autonomously through SF!


Technologies: C++ on ROS Visa Sponsorship: We can transfer Visas Contact: Anthony@getcruise.com

s3nnyy 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Quatico.com | Java Backend or Full-stack | Zurich | SALARY: 100k-120k CHF | ONSITE | EU-Passport holders only

- Salary range: 100 - 120k CHF (7200 - 8000 CHF after taxes)

- Days of vacation: 25

- Probation period: 3 months (by Swiss law)

- Company site: https://www.quatico.com/home/ueber-uns/jobs/software-enginee...

- Description of company and job: Quatico has a true "engineering over management" culture. They are doing three main things: 1) Platform integration (leverages Magnolia, AEM) to build first headless CMS, behind you can have Hybris, SAP etc (and you don't need to touch the SAP "crap"). 2) Tailored web apps with heavy number crunching on the server - they build the software analyzing all the weather data in Switzerland for "Meteo Schweiz". They more often than not build bug-free software and value good software craftsmanship practices.

- interview process:

1) Phone screen

2) Coding task (skipped depending on first impression)

3) Onsite half day with us (we pay expenses)

Send us a short intro about yourself to:


bryanh 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Zapier | Infrastructure & Frontend & Product Engineers | Earth | REMOTE (only)

Zapier is sort of like Legos for the internet -- anyone can automate anything. We believe talented people can be found anywhere in the world, not just SF or NYC.

We're mostly Python/Django, React, AWS, working towards k8s, but we're not dogmatic about tech. Any questions, please email me (see profile), to apply please see the job posts below:

[0] https://zapier.com/jobs/infrastructure-engineer/

[1] https://zapier.com/jobs/product-engineer/

[2] https://zapier.com/jobs/frontend-engineer/

hobonumber1 8 hours ago 0 replies      
SoundHound | All roles available in Santa Clara/San Francisco. Engineering roles only in Toronto. NLP only in Sacramento/Baltimore | ONSITE - http://soundhound.com/careers

I'm a Senior Software Engineer at SH. We've just raised $75 Million from NVIDIA, Samsung, KP and others to take on Amazon and Google in AI with our "Collective AI" Houndify platform. Our open Houndify platform has the worlds fastest speech recognition and most sophisticated natural language understanding. We've had a lot of interest from partners and there are a LOT of really interesting projects being worked on requiring complex problem solvers who can work well independently.

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: tilo at (company name) dot com. I respond to all emails but please like the thread says no recruiters! And we have hired from this thread in the past.

Rezo 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Cloudcraft | Frontend Engineer | Earth | REMOTE (only), FULL-TIME or CONTRACTOR https://cloudcraft.co

We're looking for experienced Frontend or FullStack Engineers with modern JavaScript and React experience.

Cloudcraft provides tools for software teams working with AWS. Join our small, 100% remote, engineering team and you will have the chance to make a big impact and take ownership of projects and your own work.

Our ideal candidate is self-motivated, has excellent written and verbal communication skills and has worked professionally with React or equivalent frontend experience. Functional programming and previous experience with AWS services, graphics programming (including games) or SVG rendering are a big plus.

Our stack consists of JavaScript (100% ES6+), with React on the frontend and Node.js on the backend and literally every single AWS service due to our product's unique nature. You'll have the opportunity for a lot of learning and experimenting on the job!We're bootstrapped, profitable and growing. Work from anywhere in the world, we don't care. I'm in NYC. To apply please email jobs@cloudcraft.co with your resume or any links you'd like us to check out, and include "HN - Cloudcraft" in the subject line. No recruiters or agencies, please.

rbrcurtis 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Genesys (http://www.genesys.com/) | Madison, WI | ONSITE | Full-time | Front End Web Developer | SALARY $70k to $110k+ depending on experience.

I am looking for a front end developer to work heavily in ember on our PureCloud product (a SaaS omnichannel communications platform). No ember experience needed, you just need to have some experience with modern SPA frameworks of any variety. Any level of experience is welcome.

Feel free to contact me at ryan.curtis@genesys.com.

cubistml 1 hour ago 0 replies      
Cubist Systematic Strategies | Linux Server Engineer | Stamford, CT | 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 extraordinarily bright, articulate, and dedicated computer science or information systems professionals to join our team. If you want to join a world-class investment management organization that operates in a fast-paced, dynamic environment and rewards talent with recognition and increased responsibility, then this is the right opportunity.

Responsibilities include:

* Engineer working as part of a team responsible for the design and implementation of new initiatives

* Follow Agile practices to work independently, multitask, be highly motivated, and understand deadline requirements

* Automation of processes to reduce the manual work required by support teams using Enterprise and Open Source tools

* Provide assistance to DEV and QA groups to include participation in meetings, building out environments, and troubleshoot deployment/configuration related problems

To learn more or apply, send an email with your CV to talent@cubistsystematic.com.

dcraw 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Alation (http://alation.com) - Redwood City, CA; Seattle, WA - Sales and customer success REMOTE

Looking for Full Stack and Backend Software Engineers, DevOps, Product Managers, Product Marketing, Digital Marketing, Sales Executives and Sales Development Representatives. VISAs welcome, though we can't relocate international candidates right now.

Alation is democratizing access to data by tackling one of the most universal challenges in analysis the challenge of context. We analyze petabyte-scale data warehouses at companies ranging from retail to banking to pharmaceuticals to improve the way data is accessed. Alation has brought together an incredible team of engineers, designers, and executives from Google, Apple, Oracle, IBM, one-man startups and top schools. We have raised $32m and our customers include eBay, Square, Citrix, Pfizer, General Electric, and Tesla.

We've got a great product in a huge market with great people, and we have a lot of fun. Come join us!

https://alation.com/careers/ or send your resume to jobs@alation.com

30-minute talk about the problem we're solving by our head of product: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PeY5VxdUa6Y

nsainsbury 1 hour ago 0 replies      
RateIt | REMOTE - (Australia or similar TZ) | Full-Time | https://www.rateitapp.com

RateIt is an Australian led company which is focused on helping businesses (retail, hospitality, medical, etc.) consistently deliver great customer experiences every day.

We're Hiring For:

1) A product focused full-stack web developer to join our small (28 people) but hardworking and passionate team. We find the people who fit best at RateIt often come from a startup background where they've had to wear many hats and have been involved with bringing new products to market end-to-end.

Were a modern development team our tech stack today is a micro-services oriented architecture using C# + SQL Server on the back-end (Azure/Service Bus/Storage/Functions), with Angular/Backbone/Marionette on the front-end. However, if you love to learn new things and come from a background with Ruby, Python, Go, etc. we'd still love to talk to you. Rather than just hiring for expertise in a particular stack, we believe that great developers demonstrate their skill through design, UX, thoughtful architectural decisions, user empathy, outstanding technical communication, and overall product understanding. In other words, we're looking for someone who sees themselves as more than just a cog in the wheel.

2) QA engineer. You'll be the first QA employee at RateIt so we're looking for someone who can step in and own software quality end-to-end. Your job will be to write and maintain automated test scripts and develop testing plans and execute them against new features and bug fixes. You'll prioritize and manage bugs and overall help improve our development/testing process to prevent problems before they happen.

Sound like a good fit? Get in touch with me at neil@rateitapp.com

shakefon 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Currently hiring for 2 roles in our team at Walmart Labs:

Walmart Labs | Staff FE Tools Engineer | Sunnyvale/San Bruno/Carlsbad, CA or Portland, OR | ONSITE | Full Time

Become part of Developer Experience Tools team at Walmart Labs. Lead UI development for the tools team, work on a full stack data insights solution to help improve developer productivity. React, JavaScript, node.js, CSS.

APPLY: https://careers.walmart.com/us/jobs/816064BR-staff-software-...

or email me if you want to discuss role further: dstevens@walmartlabs.com

Walmart Labs | Staff Mobile Tools Engineer | Sunnyvale/San Bruno/Carlsbad, CA or Portland, OR | ONSITE | Full Time

Develop cutting edge mobile tools to help mobile app teams release quality apps faster. React Native, JavaScript, node.js

APPLY: https://careers.walmart.com/us/jobs/844209BR-staff-mobile-to...

or email me if you want to discuss role further: dstevens@walmartlabs.com


Both roles: REMOTE considered for exceptional candidates!

plsoucy 3 hours ago 0 replies      
TapClicks | Software Engineer (intermediate to senior) | Montreal, QC | ONSITE, VISA, SALARY: 50-100k CAD + stock options

* Intermediate to senior software engineers (back-end (LAMP/PHP 7), front-end (Angular) and full stack)

We build a unified reporting dashboard mostly targeted at marketing agencies, with connections to 150+ 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 San Jose (Silicon Valley), Nashville 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!

greattypo 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Clever (YC S12) - San Francisco - onsite

Right now the market for educational software is a mess. Its incredibly difficult for developers to get their products into schools, and its even harder for them to scale. School districts spend tons of money on learning applications, but they have no way of knowing if students are even using the apps theyre purchasing. Teachers know theres great software out there, but relatively simple challenges like getting 30 students logged in at once make using it impossible.

At Clever, were working to change all that. We provide schools with a free API and single sign-on solution that makes using educational apps a breeze. Weve grown fast: after five years, half of all schools in the US (68,000 schools) are using our platform. Our goals are much bigger than that, though. We want to be two things:

-a single place where schools can easily integrate, manage and analyze all the software theyre using, and

-a single identity that students can use to see everything theyve learned across multiple apps.

Were a team of just over 100 (~40 engineers) based in downtown SF, and were looking for engineers who enjoy working in (or would enjoy learning) Golang, Node and React. More generally, we want people who are sharp, adaptable, and passionate about improving the way education works for everyone.

Check us out at https://clever.com/about/jobs !

famousactress 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Elation Health | Full Stack Developer | San Francisco, CA | Full Time

At Elation we make tools for physicians and their patients that improve the efficiency and fidelity of their relationship, and help to make the delivery of excellent, proactive healthcare possible.

We've got a number of roles available in engineering, product, design, sales, and customer experience. See them all here: https://www.elationhealth.com/careers/

Specifically I'm closely involved with trying to fill our engineering positions. We're looking for folks at a variety of experience levels interested in working on full-stack projects. For these roles we're looking for folks to join our SF team, but we do have a mix of remote and local devs and do open REMOTE positions fairly frequently -- so feel free to reach out if you're curious about those as well!

Stack is Python/Django/MySQL/ReactJS/Elasticsearch/Redis/AWS. Team culture is awesome. High empathy, low ego. Lots of interactions with passionate users, and generally in the company of people who care a lot about the quality of the product experience.

Apply online or reach out to me directly if you have any questions or are curious! I'm always happy to chat with folks about healthcare, startups, whatever. Contact info's in profile.

romanr 8 hours ago 0 replies      
HITASK.COM | Growth Hacker | REMOTE | https://hitask.com

Popular SaaS product looking for a growth hacker, marketing lead.Ideal candidate will be passionate about internet business, enthusiastic, energetic "can do" attitude person who will bring initiative and new ideas to the table.

You are Result-Oriented Growth and Marketing Professional:- Must understand specifics of Task management and Project management software- Must be an expert in SaaS marketing

We offer base for $1,000 plus growth-based compensation. You are looking at $100,000-$300,000 a year total.

contact us directly at recruit@human-computer.com (this is our office email, not 3rd party recruiter)

iamclovin 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Envoy.com | Backend Engineer (Ruby/Elixir/Phoenix), iOS Engineer, Android Engineer, Frontend Engineer | San Francisco | ONSITE,VISA https://www.envoy.com

We on a mission to make the office feel effortless. We create technology that does its job, so people can focus on theirs. For us, it started with the front desk. Signing in with paper and pen used to be the norm, but Envoy set a new standard. Its simple: Now, visitors everywhere are signing in on iPads. To date, Envoy has helped our customers like Slack, Box, Github and Pinterest welcome over 14 million visitors in more than four thousand offices worldwide. But visitor management is just the beginning: Were building a world where you know instantly when packages are delivered; where your office unlocks automatically when you arrive; where you can book a meeting room, simply by walking through the door.

If this world sounds exciting, we'd love for you to help us build it.

~Apply Here~

Backend Engineer: https://jobs.lever.co/envoy/34d9a082-f5a0-4695-92c3-e7657b0b...Android Engineer: https://jobs.lever.co/envoy/189b6b93-94e0-4144-933f-4355085f...iOS Engineer: https://jobs.lever.co/envoy/0b08f513-c4fc-486a-a5e5-d9859e2f...Frontend Engineer: https://jobs.lever.co/envoy/42f7c541-7617-4f36-a1ce-f5734727...

or get in touch! arun@envoy.com

roger_lee 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Captain401 (YC S15) | San Francisco, CA | Full Time | ONSITE

Captain401 is a Y Combinator-backed company that offers an easy and affordable 401(k) retirement plan for the modern workforce. We've built an automated, paperless 401(k) that makes it possible for small and medium-sized businesses to offer a 401(k) benefit to their employees -- something that only 14% of them are able to do today. In doing so, we're empowering businesses of any size to safeguard the financial futures of their employees.

Were also backed by top Silicon Valley investors: http://blogs.wsj.com/venturecapital/2016/02/24/captain401-ra.... If youve been wanting to dive into an early stage startup, this is the perfect time to start talking to us.

We have a lot of open roles, so we'd love to hear from anyone interested to working with us. Specifically, we're hiring for:

* Technical Recruiter

* Product Manager / Head of Product

* UI Engineer / Front-end Engineer (Knowledge of ES6/JavaScript, CSS, and product and design chops)

* Full-stack Engineer (We use Node.js, React.js, Golang, and PostgreSQL)

* Content / SEO Manager

Reach out to careers@captain401.com, or apply at https://captain401.com/careers

jessepollak 7 hours ago 2 replies      
Coinbase | Senior Software Engineer, Site Reliability Engineer, Security Engineer | San Francisco, London | REMOTE, VISA | coinbase.com

We are hiring engineers to help us create an open financial system for the world. Specifically, I'm hiring both frontend and backend engineers to build Coinbase.com and the APIs that power the Coinbase mobile apps. Come work on digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum every day!

About us:

* We use React, Mobx, Flow, webpack, and styled-components on the frontend.

* Our APIs are currently powered by Rails with a MongoDB backend, but we're investing heavily in decomposing the monolith into services written in statically typed languages.

* We're exploring GraphQL for future APIs and are hiring two people to lead our APIs team.

If you're interested, email me at jpollak@coinbase.com. I'm also more than happy to answer questions on here (about Coinbase in general or the roles).

NOTE: A spammer posted this same post below, not sure why.

jmejias 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Rebel | Senior Backend Engineer, Frontend Engineer, Email Engineer | New York, NY or Remote | Full Time | https://gorebel.com/ | hiring@rebelmail.com

Hello, at Rebel we are working on making everyone's inbox an interface for immediate action. We allow our users to send their customers emails that work like a normal web experience. Customers are submitting reviews, educating themselves with hotspots, and even shopping with 1-click directly in email. We believe that the inbox of the future is going to be just another surface for people to do what they want, like a bit sized application delivered in a push. We're hiring smart engineers across the stack to help us make that a reality.

Stack:EmberJSNodeJS - APIMongo, Influx,AWS, Docker

nworbrecneps 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Mixmax | Full-Stack Engineer or Fall/Spring/Summer Interns | On-site San Francisco (relocation provided), remote an option w/experience | https://mixmax.com/careers

We're a profitable fast-growing startup looking for all types of engineers: full-stack, backend, site reliability, data, machine learning.

Mixmax is the future of email and external communications. Just like you use Slack to talk within your team, you use Mixmax to talk to people outside of your team. Primarily, we help sales and recruiting teams achieve more and with greater consistency by automating their most common workflows and integrating with their existing toolchain - Gmail, Inbox, Salesforce, Slack, text messaging and more.

You'll work on a modern cloud-based web app built on universal/isomorphic Javascript using open source technologies, including: React, Node, Mongo, Elasticsearch, Electron (more: http://stackshare.io/mixmax/mixmax-for-web)

Check out our engineering blog: https://mixmax.com/engineering

Email careers@mixmax.com and lets chat!

ktusznio 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Earlier Labs | Senior Full-Stack Developer | Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Canada | Full time, remote | https://goo.gl/forms/CAbrRRE0Imje5dPD2

Earlier Labs is a two-person software consultancy helping start-ups in San Francisco and Silicon Valley get things done. Depending on the needs of our clients, we take on end-to-end projects or integrate with existing development teams.

Over the past two years, weve worked with a wide variety of clients, which means a wide variety of tech, and we pride ourselves on being able to adapt and deliver. Today, we're working with Ruby on Rails and React.js; tomorrow, we could be working with something entirely different. While we are looking for a seasoned engineer, we dont require you to have experience using a particular language or framework; the ability to pick things up as you go is whats essential.

We work remotely from our home offices, and you would, too. Youll interact directly with clients and have the freedom to set your own schedule and complete your projects however you work best.

adam-_- 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Adzuna | London, UK | ONSITE | Competitive Salary + Equity

Software Engineers, Junior Product Manager & Digital Marketing Manager.

Come and help us make job search better for our global audience of job seekers. We mix machine learning, search technology, web crawling and more to build our websites and apps.

Our technology stack includes: Perl (web apps), ReactJS (frontend), Python & R (data-science and machine learning), Ruby (chef - server automation) as well as MySQL, Solr, ELK, Git, AWS, RabbitMQ, Gearman etc.

Adzuna is a search engine for jobs used by over 10 million visitors per month that aims to list every job, everywhere. We search thousands of websites so our users dont have to, bringing together millions of ads in one place. By providing smarter search options and powerful data about the job market, as well as unique tools like ValueMyCV, we give jobseekers the information they need to take control of their careers.

Adzuna launched in the UK in July 2011 and now operates in 16 countries. We have a great, international team, top class investors, recently won an award for best crowdfunding round of the year, and have been recognised as one of the governments Future Fifty and Sunday Times Tech Track 100 fastest-growing tech companies in Britain.

For more information, send an email to adam {at} adzuna.com or see https://www.adzuna.co.uk/search?q=adzuna

christinecha 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Squarespace.com | Full time, NYC | http://grnh.se/7tde6m1

We're pretty much hiring for all kinds of software engineers. Backend, frontend, machine learning, data science, what have you. Squarespace is a beautiful, extremely versatile web publishing platform serving over a million customers.

I've been here for 1.5 years on the frontend engineering team and am really happy to say I (still) love working here and can't see how you can have a better work environment.

Unlimited PTO, flexible schedule, good parental leave, 100% covered healthcare, beautiful office, (public) swimming pool across the street in the summer, complimentary catered lunch every day, etc. etc.

People are really smart, creative, and hardworking here and I'd be happy to answer any questions if you want to chat about it: ccha@squarespace.com

wx2018 2 hours ago 0 replies      

You are a creative engineer that knows how to build amazing features and own the APIs and tools that power our web applications. But you look for the one thing no big tech company can offer you: a chance to make a great impact - changing the way people live around the globe.

Education: BA/BS in Computer Science or a related field

Bonus points: Youve been part of an early stage scaling startup before

Skills:Python, Javascript, CSS, MongoDB, Node.js, Web Application Development, HTTP Protocol, AngularJS, RESTful APIs, AWS/Google Cloud

ClimaCell is a weather tech company with a vision of being the best weather forecaster in the world by creating new ways to sense the weather. We are proud to be improving the lives of billions of people who are underserved by public data sources.

We analyze wireless communications to extract weather data for state-of-the-art weather prediction. To do this, we process massive amounts of data in real time, at an order of magnitude higher spatial and temporal resolution than is possible with competing technologies.

HOW TO APPLY: www.climacell.co/careers or jobs@climacell.co

dons 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Facebook | C++/OCaml static analysis | | London, UK | Onsite | Full time

Work extending the open source Infer static analysis suite support for C++. We use Clang for the front-end and have an open role to work on this in general. The code is all OCaml. Expertise in C++ is highly desirable. The requirements are roughtly C++ AND (OCaml OR Haskell OR Static Analysis OR Formal Methods).

The work will be mostly open source.


ngtvspc 2 hours ago 0 replies      
SimpleLegal (YCS13) | API Engineer, Python Engineers, Customer Success Managers | Mountain View, CA | FULLTIME, ONSITE, https://www.simplelegal.com/careers

SimpleLegal is YC-backed, enterprise SaaS startup run by second-time founders in Mountain View, CA. We are the software platform for the in-house legal department. Sales has Salesforce. Marketing has HubSpot. Legal has SimpleLegal.

Our stack: Python, Django, Django REST Framework, Postgres, React, JQuery.

API Engineer: Mid to senior engineer with experience working/designing APIs (experience with Python and Django REST Framework a plus).

Python Engineer: Mid to senior Python engineer. Experience with larger codebases, spanning multiple related products. Experience with Django is great. Really looking for someone to shape best practices and engineering standards as we grow the team.

Customer Success Managers (CSMs): Our CSMs are the first level of communication to customers in need of support. The CSMs analyze issues logged by customers, leverage product expertise and share best practices to help establish our place at the top of the legal technology space.

Also hiring in many other customer facing roles: Sales Development, Implementation, and Customer Support. More Info, jobs and application: https://www.simplelegal.com/careers

(Disclaimer: I'm an engineer at SimpleLegal)

cnbuff410 1 hour ago 0 replies      
Stryd, Boulder, CO, Techstars Boulder 2015 | iOS Developer


Stryd is a multidisciplinary team that is enthusiastic about the future of wearable technology for athletes. Out of this passion, we've developed the worlds first wearable power meter for runners that provides insight into their running technique and performance.

We are looking for an iOS developer who is also an endurance runner, or a triathlete, or at least to have the passion about running. This is very important.

Good sense of design is bonus.

Our stack: Go for backend, Swift on mobile.

Being able to relocate to Boulder is required. BTW, if you like running, Boulder is pretty much your dream place. You get tons of opportunities to run and train with LOTS of elite athletes who are Stryd ambassadors here.

If interested, please send an email to kun@stryd.com

skrebbel 5 hours ago 0 replies      
TalkJS (https://talkjs.com) | Eindhoven, the Netherlands | REMOTE (< 200km)

TalkJS is the messaging platform for platforms. We're looking for an experienced programmer - the kind that could make it to "software architect" at a boring bigco but prefers to get their hands dirty.

Our stack is made of Elixir, ES6, React, PostgreSQL and a little bit of Node.

We're particularly looking for people with strong front-end skills, with an eye for design and UX. This means that either you identify as a frontender, or as a full-stack developer.

We're also looking to fill some commercial roles:

 * Customer success manager - help our customers achieve their goals * Content marketer - show the world what chat can do for their business * SaaS sales guru - help build the worlds greatest sales team
Our team is small and highly proactive, and we expect the same from you. If you need to be told what to do all the time, don't apply. If you want to be the smartest person in a (chat) room full of interns, don't apply. If you want to move fast with an experienced team, get in touch.

We prefer on-site for all positions, but remote is OK as long as you're max 2 hours away from Eindhoven so we can meet often. Eindhoven has a great low-cost airport so this includes a fair share of Europe.

Apply or ask questions through the chat popup on our website.

liviavs 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Lendable | Senior Software Engineers | London | FULL TIME | ONSITE

Join Lendable - the UK's fastest growing lending platform. We're a small team of high performers who have built outstanding tech to deliver real innovation in Fintech in the form of automated lending. Well-funded (100M+) and profitable after only three years. We are always on the lookout for talented software engineers and data scientists to help us get further, faster. If you want to work for an ambitious and fun-loving tech startup, look no further and join us in our awesome loft office in Shoreditch.

Challenging project, no boring CMS work, real application development. Looking for the best of the best and willing to pay for it. Experience with Symfony and modern PHP is required.

More info here: https://www.workshape.io/p/lendable/920f393a-8ad2-405c-97b9-... Apply: email livia@lendable.co.uk

kschults 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Scribd | San Francisco, CA | iOS/Android Engineers | 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.

Right now were looking for:Experienced iOS tech/team leadsMid to Senior Android developersScribd 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.We've hired ten full-time people and dozens of interns from these "Who is Hiring" threads.

To expedite your application, please apply directly to our job board (http://grnh.se/t1vhmp) where youll find all of our current opening and the job descriptions. We do our best to respond within 24 hours, and youll get an answer either way.

mickeyben 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Drivy | Multiple jobs (Backend, Full-Stack) | Paris, France | ONSITE, REMOTE, Full-time | https://en.drivy.com/jobs, https://drivy.engineering

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 kickass hardware. And we're just getting started.

We're looking for Backend and Full-Stack developers.

Take a look at our engineering blog - https://drivy.engineering


Please apply via the above link and mention Hacker News!

zachheaton 2 hours ago 0 replies      
SciTec | Dayton, OH | Numerical computing and distributed systems developers | ONSITE http://www.scitec.com

SciTec is a R&D-focused small business that develops new algorithms to analyze remote sensor data. We're looking for developers to help create, develop, and deliver new high-throughput data processing algorithms, from R&D prototypes all the way into production environments. Key areas of expertise we're looking for include:

* Numerical computing using C/C++, MATLAB, and Python

* High-throughput distributed computing systems

* Orchestration using Docker on DC/OS

More than specific technologies, were looking for developers who are willing to dive into complex problems, work across multiple technology stacks, and help us keep moving algorithms out of the lab and into real-world use. Strong communication skills and systems engineering expertise are key.

If this sounds interesting to you, we have two open positions available:

* Remote Sensing Software Developer (2+ years experience, position focused on development). APPLY: https://scitec.workable.com/j/DAD68207C0

* Scientific Application Architect (7+ years experience, position focused on team leadership and systems engineering). APPLY: https://scitec.workable.com/j/57AEE55BCB

ApptentiveY 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Apptentive | Senior Backend Engineer | {Seattle} | ONSITE, SALARY: Sr Market + Equity, https://www.apptentive.com/

As a Senior Software Engineer, you will be responsible for the design, development, testing, and deployment of products that help companies communicate with their customers in deep and personal ways. We service over 1.5 million API requests per minute and our SDK is installed on over 1.3 billion devices around the world. We are a small team ~15 engineers and our technology stack is built with Ruby on Rails, Scala, and Python, running on Cassandra, MongoDB, ElasticSearch, and Kafka.


capkutay 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Striim (https://striim.com) | Palo Alto Headquarters | Full-Time | Machine Learning Engineer | Field Software Engineer | Remote or Onsite

Striim is hiring Sales Engineers who are technically savvy with strong communication skills. We're also looking for a Machine Learning Engineer lead to help drive our streaming machine learning application offerings.

As a Striim Software Engineer in Technical Sales, youll be tasked with directly solving some of the toughest challenges at Fortune 100 companies.

We work with cutting edge big data technologies and we're recognized as one of the best places to work in the San Francisco Bay Area by multiple publications[0].

Field Engineer job: http://www.striim.com/careers/?p=job%2Fo7qF5fw1

ML job: http://www.striim.com/careers/?p=job%2FokB74fwQ

0: http://www.striim.com/blog/newsroom/press/striim-ranked-1-to...

estsauver 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Apollo Agriculture (https://apolloagriculture.com/) | Backend Software Engineer | Amsterdam, Nairobi | ONSITE | Full Time

Apollo Agriculture is using satellite data to help bring modern farming to the worlds poorest farmers. Millions of farmers globally don't have access to the basic farm tools the rest of the world depends on for food production, good seed and fertilizer. We sell these proven agricultural tools on credit, and use satellite data and ML to figure out who we can lend to profitably.

We use Scala, Python/NumPy/SciPy (for science/ML), android and are heavy postgres users. We're building great software for places with low reliability networks and harsh environmental conditions. We delivered fertilizer to ~1000 farmers earlier this March and are now in the process of getting paid back and supporting our farmers this season. Right now we're building software tools to help us communicate with rural farmers who are often illiterate and frequently struggle even with pressing buttons on their phones.

To apply, send me an email at earl@apolloagriculture.com

basgys 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Stairlin | Zrich, Switzerland | Full-time | REMOTE | Frontend Engineer | https://stairlin.com/jobs.html

Stairlin is building a marketplace for anyone to easily start or run their business online; and to offer their customers a seamless experience to find, book and pay for their services in 15 seconds or less.

As a frontend engineer, you will work on our B2C and B2B web platforms. This includes implementing new features and refining existing ones. You will also work closely with our sales team in order to bring customers feedback into our product.

What we'll expect from you:

 * 5+ years of experience with software development * Experience in Javascript (ES5/6/7) * Experience with React, Redux, Saga or similar tools * Experience with HTML and SCSS * Deep understanding of browsers, HTTP and networking * Excellent written and verbal communication skills * Strong opinions, weakly held * Bonus: You speak one swiss national language
Some of the technologies we use:

Frontend: [JS, ES6, React, Redux, Saga, HTML, SCSS, Webpack]

Backend: [Go, Microservices, LEGO, Couchbase, InfluxDB, Docker, Swarm]

Apply here: ['job', '@', 'stairlin.com'].join('') or contact me for more info: ['bg', '@', 'stairlin.com'].join('') (I am Bastien Gysler, co-founder and software engineer)

leapmotion_alex 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Leap Motion | San Francisco, CA | Onsite | http://leapmotion.com

The greatest limit of technology is no longer size, cost, or speed. It's how we interact with it. At Leap Motion, our mission is to break down this barrier and bridge the gap between reality and imagination.

Our tracking software lets you reach into virtual and augmented reality to interact with new worlds. From our newly upgraded office in San Francisco, we're currently partnering with major VR manufacturers to embed Leap Motion technology into mobile VR/AR headsets.

Openings: https://www.leapmotion.com/careers

Community: Events & Marketing Manager

Engineering: Applications (Unreal/Unity) Engineer, Computer Vision Engineer, Embedded Linux Software Engineer, Field Applications Engineer, Machine Learning Engineer, PCB Designer, Software Engineer, Software Engineer (Cloud Computing), Tools and Build Services Engineer, VP of Engineering

General & Administrative: Associate Recruiter, Office Experience Coordinator

Product: Product Manager

fjw 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Trialspark | Full-stack engineers, product designers, and more | New York City / NYC | Full time, ONSITE | 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://boards.greenhouse.io/trialspark or shoot me a message at frank@trialspark.com!

Raphomet 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Lob | YC S13, YC Continuity | Senior Software Engineer | Full Time, ONSITE | San Francisco, CA

Our first API was to programmatically send physical mail. Our second, announced 2 months ago, (https://venturebeat.com/2017/05/31/ycs-continuity-fund-leads...), is CASS-certified address verification. Our long-term goal is to provide the building blocks for developers to automate the offline world through APIs.

I'm the head of engineering at Lob. In between my last job and this one, I spoke to 42 organizations before I found what I was looking for in Lob: an exceptional team at the beginning of its growth phase, and also a company with a track record of being deliberate about its culture and which is intentionally building a good place to work.

We are a small and mighty engineering team with a ton of product and infrastructure problems to solve as we keep pace with rapid growth. So, we're currently looking for experienced software engineers who can take ownership of entire projects. We hate contrived interviews, so our process rewards practical problem solving (based on real problems we've faced) and excellent communication.

Apply at https://lob.com/careers if this intrigues you!

skyraider 9 hours ago 1 reply      
LedgerX - Digital currency derivatives exchange and clearinghouse that recently received our Swap Execution Facility and Derivatives Clearing Organization licenses from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

* Full Stack Engineer - New York, NY

LedgerX is hiring a full-stack engineer to work on our C/C++/Python/React/Redux stack, including high-performance exchange software and bitcoin clearing infrastructure.

* Lead QA Engineer New York, NY

LedgerX is seeking an experienced Quality Assurance engineer to write, run and expand its internal platform test suites. Strong C, C++, Python and relational database skills required.

* Integrations Engineer - New York, NY

LedgerX is looking to hire an experienced full-stack engineer to build, maintain, test and improve integrations with third-party services and software, including regulatory reporting software. Strong Python and performance profiling and optimization skills required.


davmyth07 8 hours ago 1 reply      
Cabify (www.cabify.com/jobs) | Madrid, Spain | Full Time | Engineers (Ruby, Elixir, Go, Javascript, Android), Product Analyst/Analytics, Data Scientists, Product Designers

Cabify is Spanish/Latin American Uber-alternative operating in >40 cities across LatAm and Europe. We're growing rapidly and expanding our team, primarily based in Madrid. We have a number of roles open in our Product team (Engineering, data science, analytics and design).

Apply or reach out if you want to work on some real-world problems and help evolve personal transportation across Europe and Latin America. We'd consider positions based in one of our latin American offices, but really looking for people to work out of our core office in Madrid, or secondary office in Barcelona.

kimburgess 2 hours ago 0 replies      
ACA Projects | Front-end developer | Brisbane / Sydney, Australia (Onsite)

ACA are a fast-paced team of developers and designers based in Sydney and Brisbane, Australia. We build open systems for modern, connected environments.

For those who don't speak marketing bullshit: we build systems which cover 'smart workplace apps' (people finding, room booking), room / environment automation to event space control (audio mixing, lighting, video distribution etc). Our projects revolve around wrapping everything in the physical environment which has an API (or some way to interact with it) into a nice, cohesive UX for users and then providing simple management and analytics for teams who look after installed tech.

In addition to what you'll find on our site (https://www.acaprojects.com/), you can see a quick video here: https://youtu.be/99DTmflCdw4 (complete with cheesy feelgood music) that showcases some of what we've enabled across PwC's new workplaces. Where there has traditionally been proprietary, hardware based systems and solutions designed for vendor lock-in, we replace these with a modern, open source software stack (https://github.com/acaprojects).


We are searching for another front-end developer to help us build these things. You will need to be familiar with TypeScript, Angular2 and collaborating with other humans. You will be joining a team that's a mix of full stack as well as front-end only devs and designers.


Our Brisbane presence is based out of Little Tokyo Two (The Capitol) which you'll find in the middle of the city and has fast, symmetric internet, showers and bike racks, beer on tap, and tolerable colleges. The Sydney team work from a nice open space above a gallery in Chippendale that's flanked by good coffee and slightly above average bars.

To find out more, or get in touch, hit me up via kim@acaprojects.com.

aembleton 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Rideways | Java Developer | Manchester and London, UK | https://www.rideways.com/ | ONSITE

Rideways is hiring Java Developers, Senior Java Developers and a Technical Lead to work at our office in central Manchester. We're using Java 8, Spring MVC, React, Camel and AWS to make it easier to book a taxi, bus, train or shuttle from the airport to your hotel or conference centre.

We're also building out a mobile applications team in London and are recruiting a Mobile Engineering Lead (http://grnh.se/0sikan1), a Senior UX Designer (http://grnh.se/4hd0ix1), a Software Engineering Manager (http://grnh.se/8qix6m1) and a Senior Product Owner (http://grnh.se/qdkir31).

We are a small team within the larger Rentalcars.com company and we are looking for enthusiastic developers, keen on working in an agile team.

If you are interested, please email me on arthurembleton@rideways.com or apply through our jobs board at http://grnh.se/fvg20p where you can see all of the jobs currently available across Rentalcars.com

s3nnyy 8 hours ago 0 replies      
http://www.ginetta.net | Frontend: Modular CSS (BEM etc.) & Javascript | Zurich | Salary: 95k-105k CHF| EU passport only

Ginetta is a web agency (~ 20 people). The founder worked at Google New York in UX and the projects are rather big for Swiss standards (clients include SBB and Swisscom).

In this role we look for engineers who are responsible for building large web projects; you should be able to handle both HTML/CSS best practises (BEM et al) and Javascript framework jungle and you should be willing to work with a team of designers and UX-researchers.

Hiring process:

- Phone call (getting to know each other)

- Homework coding task (3 hours max.)

- Onsite day with us

Send a mail about you to:


adhsu01 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Speak | iOS Engineer | San Francisco | usespeakeasy.com | Full Time | ONSITE https://angel.co/speak-4/jobs

Speak (YC W17) is an AI English tutor on your phone. Our app features a cast of fun virtual characters that weve carefully created to improve your English fluency as quickly as possible. Were building speech recognition that can understand heavy accents and that lets users actually have conversations in Englishwithout needing a human partner.

We launched only a few months ago and users all around the world are already having over 50,000 conversations per week with our virtual characters. Were backed by Y Combinator and some of the best investors in the world.

Were looking for our first iOS/Swift engineer to lead mobile development and eventually help grow and lead the team. We want to talk to you if you are a curious person, care about the details of a great user experience, and can build fast.

Were currently a tiny team of 4 working out of a beautiful brick office in the SoMa district of San Francisco. Email us at jobs@usespeakeasy.com, and come help us build the way the next billion people will learn English.

jadeklerk 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Panasonic Automotive | Senior Software Engineer | Denver | Full-Time | On-site

Panasonic is building a connected vehicle system for car-to-car, car-to-operator, operator-to-car, and accident/weather/etc detection. We're still a fairly small team within the larger Panasonic, but we're growing and are looking for someone senior to take the frontend.

The frontend app is Go in the back and react/redux in the front using google maps to do some of the heavy lifting, and several custom layers on top of gmaps. The app (back and front) has to stream data at super high rates over websocket (alongside traditional REST) (cars send a lot of data!) and have it available in near real-time, so there are many interesting high-data-flow visualization, correlation, and aggregation problems that ends up happening in or near the frontend. The future probably holds a fair amount of svg drawing work, which should be pretty cool (graphs, animations, that sort of thing).

Auxilliary technologies include Karma/Jasmine/Enzyme for testing (which is also quite interesting on this project, given the high data flow and reliance on drawing tools), webpack and babel for build, concourse.ci for CI and automated deploy, AWS as our IaaS.

If you're interested in talking to an engineer about what we do, hit me up at jadekler@gmail.com.

If you're interested in applying or talking to a recruiter about the job, hit up Jessie at jesseyjean@gmail.com.

tmmuhl 2 hours ago 1 reply      
Workiva | Boulder, Denver, Scottsdale, Chicago, Bozeman, Missoula, Ames, Amsterdam | Onsite | www.workiva.com/careers.com

About: Workiva is a growing SaaS company headquartered in Ames, IA with offices in 16 different locations. Workiva developed Wdesk, an all in one platform that simplifies complex collaboration while keeping data in sync, thus reducing risk. Thousands of organizations, including over 70% of the 500 largest U.S. corporations by total revenue, use Wdesk.

Openings:* Software Engineer / Sr. Software Engineer (Ames, Bozeman, Boulder, Denver)* Site Reliability Engineer (Ames, Amsterdam, Chicago, Bozeman)* Software Development Engineer in Test (Bozeman)* Quality Assurance Analyst (Ames, Bozeman)

Technologies: Javascript/Golang/Dart/React/HTML5/Python/Clojure/Elm

Tech Blog: https://techblog.workiva.com/GitHub: https://github.com/Workiva

wx2018 3 hours ago 0 replies      

ClimaCell analyzes wireless communications to extract weather data for state-of-the-art weather prediction. We're looking for a Big Data Engineer to build the infrastructure and the core algorithms used by the company. You'll be pioneering a cutting edge solution to process massive amounts of data in real time, at an order of magnitude higher spatial and temporal resolution than is possible with competing technologies. If you love to program as much as analyze data, talk to us.

Education: Masters degree in Computer Science or EE, or equivalent experience

Skills:Python, C++, Machine Learning, C, Matlab, Unix, Hadoop/Hive/Spark/Scala/MLlib, Numpy/Scipy/Pandas/Scikit-learn, Amazon Web Services (AWS) , Google Cloud Platform.

Apply through www.climacell.co/careers or email jobs@climacell.co

ABOUT US: ClimaCell is a weather tech company with a vision of being the best weather forecaster in the world by creating new ways to sense the weather. We are proud to be improving the lives of billions of people who are underserved by public data sources.

ethomson 10 hours ago 2 replies      
Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services | Software Engineers, Engineering Managers and Program Managers | Redmond, WA and Durham, NC | Onsite

Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) provides software development teams with version control(Git and centralized), build automation, agile work management and social experiences in the cloud.

VSTS is built using Azure (SQL, Storage, Service Bus, Active Directory), .NET/C#, ASP.NET MVC,Redis, JavaScript, TypeScript, jQuery, Knockout, and more. We ship new experiences at the endof every sprint (every 3 weeks), and we use VSTS to build VSTS which allows us to use everythingbefore our customers.

We have open roles for Software Engineers, Engineering Managers and Program Managers: http://aka.ms/vstsjobs

ErinSlack 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Oscar Insurance is a startup using technology, data & design to change the way people find and access care. We are disrupting the healthcare industry by putting people first, not business and cost. www.hioscar.com

We're currently hiring for a variety of Full-time/Onsite roles here in our New York City location, and now our new Engineering outpost in Los Angeles (Culver City)


Sr. Software Engineer: Web & Mobile (NYC) https://www.hioscar.com/about/jobs/?gh_jid=247940

Sr. Software Engineer: Data/Systems (NYC) https://www.hioscar.com/about/jobs/?gh_jid=248056

Sr. Software Engineer: Data/Systems (LA): https://www.hioscar.com/jobs/?gh_jid=692396

Sr. Software Engineer: Web & Mobile (LA): https://www.hioscar.com/jobs/?gh_jid=692806

Oscar was valued at $2.7 billion following a $400 million investment by Fidelity. Take a look at how we're simplifying healthcare: here's a recent interview with our CEO, Mario ; https://www.bloomberg.com/news/videos/2017-07-13/oscar-healt...

illeto 3 hours 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 VC-backed team in San Francisco as employee #7. 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

virtuallynathan 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Amazon Web Services | SDE / SysDE / Research/Data Scientist | Seattle, Palo Alto (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 are hiring for SDE/SysDE I (Entry Level), SDE/SysDE II (Mid-Level), Senior SDE, and Research/Data Scientist I/II (Entry/Mid Level), and Data Engineer I/II.Sound like fun? Email me: nahtnow at amazon dot com.

(*) Note, I currently dont have openings for interns or just-graduated college students. For internships or recent college grad positions please apply here: https://www.amazon.jobs/en/team/university-tech

danking00 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Hail @ Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard | (Junior | | Senior ) Software Engineer | Boston, MA | ONSITE, https://hail.is, SALARY:80k-150k

The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard was launched in 2004 to improve human health by using genomics to advance our understanding of the biology and treatment of human disease, and to help lay the groundwork for a new generation of therapies.

The Hail team's mission is to build tools to enable rapid analysis and exploration of massive genetic datasets (10s of TB and tripling yearly). We are committed to open science and everything we do is open source. We currently develop in Scala, Spark, Python and C/C++ but will use any tools we need to get the job done.

We're looking for skilled engineers who have a solid CS/engineering background, can quickly write clear, correct code and, for the senior position, have experience working on large, complex projects. You don't need experience in biology or our particular technologies. We work in a highly multi-disciplinary environment (with biologists, bioinformaticians, doctors, operations and mathematicians). Self-improvement is a fundamental part of our culture; we want to grow great engineers. You must be excited to be challenged and learn new things.

Questions? Want to apply? Visit broad.io/hailjob2017 !

justboxing 10 hours ago 0 replies      
Hi, I'm manually curating the VISA OK i.e. Work Visa / Work Permit Sponsorship Jobs in this thread and posting them at http://www.visaok.in/

The vast majority of employers aren't strictly adhering to @xando's regex and I've come to terms with manually curating and posting the VISA OK Jobs 1 by 1 for now. Please bear with me -- all VISA OK Jobs listed here will be listed on http://visaok.in/ in about 2 to 3 days.

If you are a job seeker looking for a WORK VISA, feel free to let me know what changes and updates you'd like to see on the site. Bug reports also welcome.

email: theblogdoctor @ gmail

adjohn 7 hours ago 0 replies      
IOpipe | Frontend Design Engineer | Fully Remote - US Only | $90k - $120k + Equity | https://iopipe.com

IOpipe is building a platform to help develop and operate serverless applications. We are a fully remote, venture backed team of 8, based in the US. Looking for design oriented front-end engineers to work on a realtime dashboard that makes sense of millions of events per day, per user. You'll be working with react, and a gql API.

Apply with CV to hiring@iopipe.com

cik 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Couban | Various Development Roles | $80k-130k | Toronto, Canada | ONSITE, Full-Time | www.coubansoftthing.com

Stack: React, Django, ElasticSearch, Others

Couban is building the next generation of security intelligence software, a platform that enables real-time collection and interactions with security event data. We're a tiny team based out of Toronto, Canada, but punch way above our weight.

We're looking for someone to help us work on the same stack - but for a client, not the core business. After 4 months on the alternate stack, you're promoted to core - working on the product team.

Interested? admin [at] coubansoftthing [dot] com

Flemlord 2 hours ago 0 replies      
FinFolio | ReactJS/C#/SQL | Denver, CO | Fulltime, Onsite

Also hiring Investment Software Support!

FinFolio makes great software for investment advisers. It does reporting, trading, billing, client portals, etc. Our stack is ReactJS, C#, SQL, with a smattering of WPF. Looking for all levels, as long as you have strong coding skills.

Great for aspiring managers as we have a large offshore team and you will help us direct them. We are in the heart of the Denver Tech Center. Nice office, with fun people who care about what they do.

If you are interested email me directly mattabar (at) finfolio.com and let me know you found us on hn. Thx.

Full description: http://www.finfolio.com/careers#op-61610-full-stack-csqlreac...

pdeuchler 6 hours ago 0 replies      
JumpCloud | Sr. Software Engineer, Sr. DevOps Engineer, Sr. Security Engineer | Boulder, Colorado (Greater Denver Area)

ONSITE, REMOTE possible for candidates with a good fit

Like solving BIG problems? Want to solve those problems with cool people? Then JumpCloud wants you. Were looking for you to be the next member of our awesome engineering team. If you enjoy solving challenging technical problems using the latest technologies in a great team, then this is the job for you. But wait, you havent used those technologies? No worries: were open minded and we believe that good engineering is not technology specific.

About us:JumpCloud is a well funded, venture backed, cloud directory business based in beautiful downtown Boulder, Colorado. We offer cutting edge hardware and tools, full benefits (medical, dental, vision, 401(k), etc.) and a fast-paced but casual startup working environment. Local or relocatable applicant preferred. Our office is right on the Pearl St. Mall in Boulder, stumbling distance to dozens of restaurants, not to mention the epic hiking, biking and climbing opportunities in the Flatirons.

Stack: Postgres/Mongo/Redis, NodeJS/Golang, Docker/Saltstack

Contact: jobs@jumpcloud.com

profpandit 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Goa (India) ONSITEWe're developing an enterprise developer tool for the Mac.We have a small house to work out of in Dona Paula, an outskirt of Panjim, located in a quiet neighborhood, very close to the ocean.We're looking for 2 developers to pair up, initially for a 10 month period.The work involves app UI design and speech recognition algo design targeting the MacBook.

you can start working immediately.we will pay you a salary and offer performance linked bonuses in the form of equity.

Goa is a great place to work and to hang out in.

email: rohit@khitchdee.net

bbfrhd 5 hours ago 1 reply      
Ad Hoc LLC | DevOps, Front-end, UX, Design, Product | Washington, DC | REMOTE https://adhocteam.us/join/

We build government digital services that are fast, efficient, and usable by everyone.

Ad Hoc brings small teams of highly skilled professionals from the private sector to build government software right the first time.

Ad Hoc is a remote-first company. Our team is located all over the country, in places like Washington, DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Providence, Boston, Portland (ME and OR), St. Paul, Seattle, Chicago, Albuquerque, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Asheville, NC. We invite applicants with diverse backgrounds to join our team. We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package.

If you have questions, feel free to contact me (bob@adhocteam.us) and I'd be happy to answer if I can or connect you with the right folks in our recruiting pipeline.

dwolfand 2 hours ago 0 replies      
United Income | Brand New FinTech Startup | Full Stack Engineer - Node and/or Python background | Onsite in Washington, DC | Full Time

We all are coming from a very successful startup that exited about 2 years ago. We have a great team and are continuing to hire. Currently looking for a talented full stack engineer with a background/degree/passion in Math or Finance along with experience in Node and/or Python. Stack includes React, AWS (Serverless - API Gateway/Lambda), Node, Python, and more!More information about us here: https://unitedincome.com/

Email david@unitedincome.com

googletron 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Gyroscope [https://gyrosco.pe] | Remote / Onsite | Devops Engineer

We are building a new operating system for the human body. The Gyroscope app is currently featured in the Health & Fitness section of the app store and has a few thousand paying members, with many gigs of new health data coming in every day. We are working on using that data to help people live healthier lives, lose weight and be more productive.

We are looking for experienced DevOps person to help us scale the system powering tons of users health data and gathering it all in one place for analysis. Our current stack includes Postgresql, Cassandra, Golang, Python and Kafka familiarity with these tools would be a huge plus and we would love to hear from you.

We are a small (3 full time & some contractors) distributed team, currently in SF, SD, and Canada. We are looking for motivated hard working team members with a great sense of teamwork.

More about why we're hiring: https://techcrunch.com/2017/03/05/fresh-with-cash-anand-shar...As originally seen on HN: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=8043203

Contact: mahdi@gyrosco.pe

mp_mindshow 1 hour ago 0 replies      
Mindshow | VR Engineers, Backend Engineers, User Support and QA | Los Angeles, CA | Full-Time Onsite

Mindshow (https://www.mindshow.com) is an exciting startup focused on the mechanics of storytelling in virtual reality. Were developing a VR-based story creation sandbox for the masses, built using the latest virtual reality and mobile technologies, and were looking for top developers to help us lead the charge. Come take a look at what were building: https://youtu.be/2p9Cx4iX47E

Mindshow has an awesome culture and you will be working with a great, close-knit team in a creative, collaborative environment. Passion for Virtual Reality or experience with the video game industry/game development a plus but not a requirement.

To apply:

Virtual Reality Software Engineer: http://grnh.se/yds1kb1

REST Backend Engineer / Django: http://grnh.se/l3jvw21

QA Engineer & User Support: http://grnh.se/sxgdwh1

monkbroc 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Particle | Site Reliability Engineer (SRE), Front-end Engineer | San Francisco, Minneapolis or worldwide REMOTE | www.particle.io

Particle is the largest developer community in the Internet of Things (IoT) with over 120,000 engineers and hundreds of companies building products on our platform. If you've used our Photon dev kit for one of your projects at home, you know why!

We're looking for people to join our worldwide engineering team to scale our backend systems and to build the tools used by Particle customers. If you have a passion for user experience, have a bias towards shipping and believe that tests are the key to higher velocity and reliability, you'll fit right in.

Our stack is mostly JavaScript, with some Ruby and Go, dockerized and deployed on AWS. The secret sauce is in the distributed systems that allow IoT devices to talk in real-time with customer applications. Come talk to us if you want to know more!

Apply directly tohttps://particle.io/jobs

samoube 3 hours ago 0 replies      
thelab | New York, NY (NYC) or London, UK | Sr. Backend Developer | http://thelabnyc.com | Full-Time | Onsite

We're looking for a senior backend software developer to assist in development on a mid-sized e-commerce site, with a focus on developing and maintaining several open-source projects we own and contribute to. Most development would be on server-side code, but some experience with front-end technologies is a plus, as would be experience with DevOps.To apply, please email your resume, links, and cover letter to jobs.dev@thelabnyc.com

Languages / Frameworks

- Python / Django

- Typescript / React


- Openshift 3 Dedicated (Kubernetes)

- PostgreSQL, Redis, Elasticsearch

Things you'll be doing

- Working on core e-commerce functionality and related systems.

- Using SOAP APIs from a Python application to communicate with other backend systems.

- Continually thinking about application security and possible attack / exploit vectors.

- Unit testing your code to ensure correctness.

We will be: an awesome place for you to grow, in an environment that will support you. thelab is large enough to get an amazing variety of work, but small enough to be flexible in working with smaller brands and start ups. A successful candidate will have a passion for technology and is eager to work alongside and learn from experienced development leads. To apply, please email your resume, links, and cover letter to jobs.dev@thelabnyc.com

addstructure 9 hours ago 0 replies      
AddStructure - https://addstructure.com - Chicago / NYC / Remote

AddStructure is building the future of voice-driven commerce for some of the world's largest retailers. We pride ourselves in providing a great work/life balance, and if you're interested in the future of natural language technology, you'll love the problems we're solving. You can be onsite or remote but must be located in the domestic United States (no visa sponsorship available).

If interested, please email jobs@addstructure.com.

Currently seeking:

* Senior full-stack developer - significant experience with any of: Node, Java, C#, AWS, Azure, Postgresql

white_oak8 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Synapse Technology Corporation | Computer Vision Engineer, Machine Learning Engineer | Palo Alto | Onsite | Full time


Synapse is an early-stage AI startup founded by three MIT grads. We're venture backed, and looking to grow our team of computer vision and machine learning engineers. As our first product in the defense & security space, we automate baggage screening at TSA security checkpoints with deep learning systems.

Some upcoming/ongoing projects:

- Develop generative models for threat image projection

- Implement and deploy state-of-the-art object detection models

- Design and build data pipelines for 2D and 3D image data

- Experiment with online learning methods for our computer vision systems

Email me directly at sims[at]syntechcorporation.com! My background is in AI/RL, and I'm happy to chat :)

cerisier 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Zenly | Backend Engineers, Platform Engineers, Mobile Engineers, QA Engineers | Paris, France | FULLTIME, ONSITE, VISA, RELOCATION, corentin@zen.ly

Zenly is a realtime geolocation company that works on future of maps

Our stack: Go, Kafka, ScyllaDB, Kubernetes, OpenGLES/Vulkan/Metal, Go/Java/Kotlin/Swift (on Mobile)

You'll be working on problems with no existing solutions, at large scale, with a team of passionate people.

Don't care about pedigree as long as you're intrinsically into computers and hacking in general.A Passion for maps and geolocation is highly encouraged :)

Salary and Perks are very pleasant also (let's discuss in private).

etsy 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Etsy | Full Stack Software Engineer | Brooklyn, REMOTE

You'll be helping us build delightful products and experiences for people buying and selling with Etsy. In the Full-Stack Engineering role you will be contributing at all levels of our application stack, ranging from back-end technologies (PHP, MySQL, Memcache) to front-end web interfaces (HTML, CSS, JavaScript) and native apps (iOS and Android).

The teams working on each feature are pretty small (a few engineers, a designer, and a product manager), so there's a lot of meaningful collaboration.

Find out more about this role at www.etsy.com/careers/job/d6f56ba8-f2f5-45fd-b7ae-9497a68f2c8a

brianr 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Rollbar | https://rollbar.com | San Francisco or REMOTE | Core Engineer

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 20-person team (SF, LA, Las Vegas, Fort Worth, Barcelona, Tel Aviv) building tools that make developers' lives better.

* Benefits and perks: competitive salary and stock options, medical, dental and vision insurance, 401k, 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 a full-stack engineer to join our Core Engineering team.

To get in touch, please apply via https://rollbar.com/jobs

ryan_j_naughton 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Fair Financial | Software Engineer | Data Engineer | Data Scientist | Santa Monica, CA | Onsite | Full-Time

Fair is an automotive FinTech startup revolutionizing the way consumers finance and shop for cars by offering unprecedented freedom, flexibility, and a fully digital experience. We are well funded. Our leadership team ran Tesla Financial Europe and BMW Financial and founded TrueCar. We are using machine learning to rethink the industry approach to car residual valuation, enabling us to bring flexibility to car leasing (i.e. a car lease without a term enabling customers to return the car whenever they want).

Our mobile application fully digitizes the car buying experience, turning the traditional 3-4 hour experience at the car dealership into a relaxed 15 minutes (think fully automated credit checks, fraud checks, contract generation, vehicle pricing, titling/registration, etc). The customer then is month-to-month with their car -- they can return the car with only 1 month notice.

We are looking for software engineers, data engineers, and data scientists with python experience. We like generalists as we regularly move between training machine learning models to writing production APIs to managing data pipelines.

* Bachelors degree in computer science or mathematics (or equivalent experience).* 2+ years of professional experience using dynamic, high level languages (e.g. python, ruby).* 3-5 years of experience in professional software development.* Proficiency in Python.* Experience with ORMs preferred (e.g. SQLAlchemy and ActiveRecord).* Experience building and maintaining RESTful services using established web frameworks (e.g micro frameworks like Flask and Sinatra).* Familiarity with SQL databases and query languages.* Experience building ETL pipelines a plus.* Experience with automated testing (unit, functional, and integration tests).* Ability to contribute to and excel in a team environment.* Great communication skills.


_mattb 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Culture Robotics | Generalist Engineer | South San Francisco | Onsite

Culture Robotics is developing automated fermentation systems to help biotech and pharmaceutical researchers increase their experimental throughput and reproducibility. Our team is made up of mechanical, software, and biomedical engineers who worked previously at Google and MIT. The system we're building executes high-throughput, automated experiments and provides new tools for data analysis and visualization. Currently, we are building our first robotic system for internal testing and validation. We will then begin operating with customers at the end of the year.

We are looking for curious and motivated people who want to build tools that enable high-throughput, reproducible life science research. Our projects offer many challenges and this role in particular will present unique opportunities for learning about automation platforms and biological systems.

Our ideal candidate is an engineering generalist with experience in both hardware and software development. This is a full-time position with competitive salary, medical coverage, paid vacation, access to a state-of-the art machine shop, free lunch and other benefits.

To learn more and apply, send me an email: matt@culturerobotics.com

chloe- 10 hours ago 0 replies      
GitLab | Engineering and Non-Engineering Roles | Remote Only | Full-time | https://about.gitlab.com/jobs/

We're currently hiring recruiters, a security specialist, 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.

JED3 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Pathlight is the first platform dedicated to helping sales managers. These managers are critical to any organizations success (and revenue), but are stuck with using whiteboards, email, and spreadsheets to do this vital job.

Sales managers use Pathlight every day because it helps them control their team's pipeline, productivity, and development like they've been doing it for 20+ years.

Were looking for hungry and talented full-stack engineers to help us.


 - Green field development. An opportunity to build things from scratch and own large parts of the stack. - Real world problems. The kind that companies pay $100K+ to solve. - Experienced founders. This is our 2nd startup - our first was acquired in 2013. - Well-funded and well-run. Series A, low burn. Capital efficiency is important to us. - Product market fit. Companies already using it every day.

 - Very early. Very uncertain. - Were not going to match your offer from Facebook - No free lunches, gym memberships, massages, etc. - We play Yacht Rock on Fridays.
Our application pulls from a customers existing CRM and uses a whole mess of buzz-words to perform our magic (cue shameless buzzword dump):

 - Python/Django (Python3, Celery) - Machine learning (scikit-learn, numpy) - Thick frontend client (ES6/Babel/React/Mobx)
To apply, visit https://www.pathlight.com/careers/ for more information or email careers[at]pathight.com

savrajsingh 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Daily Harvest | https://www.daily-harvest.com | Princeton, NJ, USA | ONSITE

We're based in Princeton and NYC and we are a rapidly growing startup sending out thousands of products a week to our subscribers! It's a product that everyone around you will at least try, if not enjoy!

We deliver pre-portioned superfood eats to your freezer. Our 29 flavor combinations of sundaes, smoothies, overnight oats, soups, and chia parfaits are created by our team of chefs and nutritionists and come packed with organic fruits and vegetables, and no added sugar or preservatives. Each cup is perfectly portioned -- all you have to do is take it out of the freezer, add your liquid of choice and blend, heat or soak. All produce is picked at peak nutrition and frozen on the farm, so its just as fresh and nutritious as the farmers market.

We are a venture-backed e-commerce company based in New York City with our tech team in Princeton. Weve expanded distribution and product offerings, resulting in drastic growth in recent months. Weve been featured in Vogue, InStyle, Refinery29, Well+Good, Popsugar, among many others!

We're looking for software engineers, of the front-end, and full-stack Python / Flask / Google Cloud / js / node variety! :)


jrudolph 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Meshcloud| Frankfurt am Main, Germany | Full-time | ONSITE, Senior positions available Remote | www.meshcloud.io

Meshcloud provides public IaaS, CaaS and PaaS cloud services based on open-source technology. This enables our customers to avoid vendor lock-in, execute an effective hybrid cloud strategy and save cost. In cooperation with data-centers, we offer multiple cloud locations in Europe and Germany. Our federation technology enables customers to seamlessly switch between different providers and integrates different cloud platforms (currently OpenStack and Cloud Foundry).

At Meshcloud you will be working in a start-up atmosphere with a passionate and talented team. We use a wide array of technologies and offer lots of room for creativity and professional growth. If you're excited about freeing developers from proprietary cloud technologies, shoot me a mail because we are hiring for multiple roles:

- Junior and Senior Front-End Engineers (TypeScript, Angular 2, Bootstrap 4, SCSS)

- Junior and Senior Backend-End Engineers (Java, Spring Boot, Mongo + MariaDB, HATEOAS APIs)

- Integration Expert (Go, Python, Java, ... we're looking for a true Polyglot Engineer)

You can view our open positions at https://www.meshcloud.io/en/careers/, or feel free to email me directly at jrudolph at meshcloud dot io. Please include Stackoverflow and Github Profile if available.

atishd 9 hours ago 0 replies      
EquityZen | Product Analytics Specialist | Manhattan, NYC | Onsite | Full Time

EquityZen is an early-mid stage financial technology company, backed by leading venture and PE investors. Our platform enables large, private companies to deliver liquidity to their shareholders, while providing investors access to invest in these proven, pre-IPO companies. EquityZen has served 70+ premier tech and digital health companies, and is proud to be considered a liquidity provider by 1 out of 3 of the largest unicorns.

A testament to EquityZen's secure, paperless, and industry-defining online investment platform, we have successfully completed 1500+ private placement transactions. Watch this short video to learn more: equityzen.com/press

EquityZen's investors include pedigreed VCs like Tim Draper as well as Wall St behemoths like WorldQuant. Members of our team have deep experience in both software engineering and financial technology, with prior experience at institutions such as AQR Capital Management, J.P. Morgan, and Symantec. Check out the team here: equityzen.com/team

We're looking for a Product Analytics Specialist to split time between data science + product work as we bring private markets to the public.

Meet us & get started here: https://jobs.lever.co/equityzen/?lever-source=HackerNews

jpcody 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Software Engineer | Blackbaud | Austin, TX | Onsite (Relocation Available)


Solve hard problems that truly matter with a team that's smart, experienced, and kind. What problems? Help kids afford college by making it easier for them to find and receive scholarships.


The Job: You'll be writing vanilla JS, React, HTML, CSS, and wiring things to Rails on the back-end. More technical details forthcomingread on.

The Department: We're a 4-member product engineering team within a 13-member engineering departmentTechnical Details: Rails, React, AWS, Postgres, Elasticsearch, Cassandra, Redis, Memcached, and some internal tooling in Go

The Interview Process: You'll talk to me (Product Engineering Manager), then our CTO, do some remote coding to chat code, come on-site and pair, meet the team, and meet a founder.


You're pragmatic, smart, work well with others, and take ownership of features from planning to production. Preferably, you're proficient with some of our technical stack, and you'll make the entire team better as an individual contributor, a teacher, and an occasional foil.

We take a lot of pride in accomplishing disproportionately big tasks, and to do that we treat engineers like professionals with clear expectations and regular feedback. And we're kind, respectful, and obsessed with the customer experience along the way.



tombenner 3 hours 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 ~25-person engineering team uses technologies like Ruby, Golang, JavaScript, React, 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:

* Senior Data Scientist

* Senior Frontend Engineer

* Senior Fullstack Engineer

* Senior Product Manager

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.

mabbo 9 hours ago 3 replies      
Amazon Toronto | Software Devs, Web Dev, TPM, Interns | Toronto (and other cities too) | ONSITE

Amazon Toronto has been around for the last six years, growing from 7 developers in the Mississauga warehouse to 600 mostly developers based downtown, half way between the Air Canada Center and the Rogers Center. The office is still growing, and a second building on King street has just been announced.

Most divisions are always looking for talented people and are interested in hiring. Divisions of Amazon in Toronto:

Fulfillment Technology (software to run warehouses); Flex/Logistics (delivery); Fulfillment By Amazon (sell things using Amazon's warehouses); Customer Service Technology (make CS associates tools better); Alexa (voice assistant); Supply Chain Optimization Tech; Amazon FreeTime (Kindle Fire for kids); Amazon Connections (internal feedback and survey tool + data analytics); Probably a couple more that I either have forgotten or opened a team here and I didn't notice.

Happy to help anyone interested in learning more about the office (I've been around here for five years). Feel free to email me at moabbott@amazon.com.

Or if you're more a self-serve-tool kind of person, Amazon.jobs knows more than I do: https://www.amazon.jobs/en/search?loc_query=Toronto%2C+ON%2C...

zarino 9 hours ago 0 replies      
mySociety | Full Time Web Developer | UK | Remote (https://mysociety.org)

Are you a Ruby / Python / Perl / JavaScript developer, looking to work with friendly colleagues, on projects that make a difference, and fresh technology challenges?

If so, joining mySociety's 10-person development team might interest you. Were a small UK charity making a big difference to Freedom Of Information, Democracy, and Better Cities worldwide.

Salary: 40,000 to 47,000 depending on experience, plus other benefits.

Application deadline: 10am on Monday 7th August. Interviews will take place week commencing 14th August.

Apply online at https://mysociety.workable.com/jobs/532193

atishd 9 hours ago 0 replies      
EquityZen | Engineering Lead | Manhattan, NYC | Onsite | Full Time

EquityZen is an early-mid stage financial technology company, backed by leading venture and PE investors. Our platform enables large, private companies to deliver liquidity to their shareholders, while providing investors access to invest in these proven, pre-IPO companies. EquityZen has served 70+ premier tech and digital health companies, and is proud to be considered a liquidity provider by 1 out of 3 of the largest unicorns.

A testament to EquityZen's secure, paperless, and industry-defining online investment platform, we have successfully completed 1500+ private placement transactions. Watch this short video to learn more: equityzen.com/press

EquityZen's investors include pedigreed VCs like Tim Draper as well as Wall St behemoths like WorldQuant. Members of our team have deep experience in both software engineering and financial technology, with prior experience at institutions such as AQR Capital Management, J.P. Morgan, and Symantec. Check out the team here: equityzen.com/team

We're looking for an Engineering Lead to handle A-Z of our technology as we bring private markets to the public.

Meet us & get started here: https://jobs.lever.co/equityzen/?lever-source=HackerNews

austenallred 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Lambda School | Computer Science Instructor, Machine Learning Instructor | REMOTE | https://lambdaschool.com/computer-science

Lambda School is a full online computer science education that is free for students until they get a job. After they get a job we take a small percentage of income for two years, only if they're making above $50,000. Our goal is to make a high-quality education completely risk-free, and make it easy for people to become skilled, regardless of their current status in life.

We're looking for people who both love programming and love to teach. Empathy is very important, as you'll be dealing with folks from all walks of life. Some of our students have never been given many opportunities in this life, and working with them is especially important.

We go much deeper than "code bootcamps." Our current offering is six months of full-time instruction. You can see the full curriculum here https://github.com/LambdaSchool/LambdaCSA-Syllabus. We teach CS principles, and the vehicles for teaching those are JavaScript/React/Node and C++.

We have a small core of instructors (from Stanford, Berkeley, Hack Reactor), and are looking to expand our core of instructors as we grow the number of students we can accept.

We are announcing our funding very soon, and based on your usage of this site you've definitely heard of who funded us.

email careers@lambdaschool.com

shuoz 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Mira | Co-Founder & CTO | Full-Time | San Francisco, Onsite | $60K - $80K, Co-Founder Equity

Mira is an Angel funded insurtech startup which recently joined 500 Startups. Our technology streamlines the life insurance buying process, and we are using machine learning and digital medical, financial and behavioral data to create a better risk underwriting model. Mira focuses on higher risk applicants, and is currently distributing online for 15+ life insurers. www.MiraFinancial.com.

Join our team to build a world-class company and transform the $4.6 trillion insurance industry. We are looking for a technical co-founder with exceptional talent and drive, who enjoys constant challenges. This is initially a very hands-on technical role, and grows into a managerial role over time. You will have autonomy over the entire technology stack, and will work closely with Miras Founder/CEO at the 500 Startups office in San Francisco.

Learn more at http://bit.ly/2f3Be3f

applehire 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Apple | Cupertino, CA | Data Engineer |Full time | Onsite

Apple's Fraud & Secutiry is looking for experienced data engineers to build large scala distributed systems that will be used by millions of users.


- Hand on experience with Spark/Spark streaming/Kafka.

- Experience building analytics piplelines in both batch and streaming environments.

- Java experience required, Scala preferred.

* 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

malgorithms 8 hours ago 1 reply      
Keybase is! | NYC | SF | CHI | On-site. We're building crypto for everyone, and we're making our tools/apps for cryptography and secure teamwork on all platforms: iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, and Linux.

Our software is open source, written in Go and ES6; our apps' interfaces are built in modern Electron/React/React Native.


mikeluby 5 hours ago 0 replies      
S23NYC, Nike | Engineering | New York, NY | Full-Time | Onsite

We're hiring talented Engineers at S23NYC, Nike's Digital Innovation Lab in NYC. We primarily work on the SNKRS app (iOS/Android) building experiences and features around AR, geolocation/geofencing, digital meets physical, and other exciting technologies. We run out of our own space in a startup-like environment on 23rd and 5th, right next to the Flatiron building.

- Android Engineers

- iOS Engineers

- Backend Engineers (Ideally Python)

If you'd like to hear more about what we're doing here at S23NYC/Nike hit me up directly: mike.luby(at)nike.com

frequent 7 hours ago 0 replies      
NEXEDI | Lille/Munich/Paris/Plovdiv | ONSITE | 4/12 months INTERNS We are looking for new colleagues to help improve our FOSS software solutions and contribute to research and industrial projects. If you are passionate about open source software and like one of our topics on http://www.nexedi.com/jobs get in touch with us! Candidates will do a programming challenge followed by an interview. We're currently looking for:

 - Nexedi | Big Data Machine Learning Python Developer | Munich | ONSITE - Nexedi | Web Mesh Network JavaScript Developer | Lille | INTERN - Nexedi | Artificial Language Processing Python Developer | Lille | INTERN - Nexedi | Connected Cars JavaScript Developer | Lille | INTERN - Nexedi | Site Reliability Python Developer | Paris | INTERN - Nexedi | Out-Of-Core Numpy Python Developer | Munich | INTERN - Nexedi | Big Data Machine Learning Python Developer | Lille | INTERN - Nexedi | Linux JavaScript Port Developer | Lille | INTERN - Nexedi | AI Business Bot Python Developer | Munich | INTERN 
About Nexedi: We are a small international team of about 35 programmers (headquarters in Lille, France) creating free software since 2001. We run our own stack with ERP5 (Business Suite), SlapOS (Cloud Deployment) and Wendelin (Big Data/Machine Learning) being the main solutions for which we provide customization services (our code is free, our time isn't). We have time to tinker, need to think out-of-the-box/ram/space and work mostly autonomous. We all use Chromebooks, our hierarchy is as flat as the area around Lille, our offices are paperless and we have no meetings. We mostly hack in Python and (vanilla) JavaScript. If you're looking for fame or gain, we're not the right place. For purpose and leverage, we might be worth considering. Join us!

cwatkins 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Symplicity | Software Engineer, Full Stack | Washington, DC (Arlington, VA) | ONSITE, VISA, https://www.symplicity.com/about/join-us/openings

Symplicity | Front End Developer | Washington, DC (Arlington, VA) | ONSITE, VISA, https://www.symplicity.com/about/join-us/openings

Symplicity has helped guide more than 26 million students to their dream career. We build the worlds leading campus recruiting software deployed at over 1,100 colleges and also tools to help recruiters land entry-level talent at these universities.

Our stack: PHP, Typescript, Slim, MySQL, Angular, ElasticSearch, JavaScript

Interview process is a phone screen, then onsite or GTM interview with a take-home coding exercise.

Interested in chatting? Email engineering-careers@symplicity.com

anbu5 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Remind | Android Engineer, Data Scientist | San Francisco or remote | https://www.remind.com/careers

Remind helps teachers reach students and parents where they are: their phones. Were one of the fastest-growing companies in education technology, but we have our sights set on something bigger. Our mission is to give every student an opportunity to succeed, and were heading into this school year with 23MM active users and counting.

Our Engineering Team tackles hard and interesting technical challenges, embodies our value of finding a way, and open-sources projects like AutoGraph and Empire (http://engineering.remind.com/). Remind is used in more than 70% of U.S public schools, and weve delivered more than 8.8B messages; our iOS app is ranked #2 on the App Store under Education. If this scale excites you, we want you to join us and help create a better future for every student.

-- To apply --Android: https://boards.greenhouse.io/remind/jobs/44628?gh_jid=44628#...Data Scientist: https://boards.greenhouse.io/remind/jobs/209546?gh_jid=20954...

Email shirley@remindhq.com and let's chat!

mglidden11 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Tulip | https://tulip.co/careers | Boston, MA | Full time | 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.

globblob 3 hours ago 0 replies      
MIAMED GmbH (US: amboss.com, DE: miamed.de) | Berlin, Germany; Cologne, Germany | Full-time, ONSITE, VISA | https://www.miamed.de/jobs

AMBOSS is a revolutionary new learning system for medical students and physicians. Our team consists of more than 100 dedicated physicians who are driven by the idea of improving medical care for people around the world. Do you want to participate in shaping a new era of medical education?

Currently looking for:

- Lead Frontend Engineer (https://www.miamed.de/jobs?gh_jid=665758)

- PHP Developer (https://www.miamed.de/jobs?gh_jid=477910)

- Frontend Engineer (https://www.miamed.de/jobs?gh_jid=777312)

- Engineering Internship (https://www.miamed.de/jobs?gh_jid=780852)

What we offer:

- Diverse and interesting tasks with a high degree of autonomy

- Ambitious and dynamic team with flat hierarchy

- Extensive mutual support in a versatile developer team

- Lively start-up with a trusting and friendly atmosphere

- Flexible hours. Offices in Cologne and Berlin

- Regular team building events

- Apart from an almost Barista-grade espresso machine, we also have a custom-made Argentinian barbecue on our rooftop terrace and a fridge thats fully stocked at all times

- Contribute to a product that can actively and positively change the world

- Fun at work (how often do you get that?)

chrissnell 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Wealthfront | Senior Infrastructure Engineer | Redwood City, CA or US-based Remote | REMOTE, https://www.wealthfront.com/

Hi HN, hiring manager here.

We're looking for Senior Infrastructure Engineers to help us design and build our next generation of infrastructure. We aim to build a well-rounded team and we're looking for engineers with a deep Linux systems background, strong TCP/IP networking abilities, and experience building CI/CD pipelines. Windows experience is a big plus (we have a small amount of this infra).

This is not an entry-level DevOps position; this role requires senior-level skills, proven mentorship experience, and at least six years of experience working in a production environment in an infrastructure/DevOps engineer capacity.

We're a modern infrastructure engineering team and we build many tools in-house, so you will need to demonstrate proficiency in a one of the languages commonly used for infrastructure : Go (strongly preferred), Ruby, Python, or Java. Experience with app containerization (Docker or rkt) and orchestration systems (Kubernetes) is a big plus!

Sound interesting? Please reach out to me by applying here: https://jobs.lever.co/wealthfront/d2e9b730-ebad-4331-ae41-be...

erichurkman 9 hours ago 0 replies      
eShares | Palo Alto, San Francisco, Seattle, New York | Engineering & technical roles | Full time | ONSITE

eShares is the platform and network for tracking and managing private asset ownership. Many of the companies you see on this page use eShares to manage their equity and option grants. We're looking for a wide range of people to join us.

We'll help relocate from the bay area to Seattle or New York (get trained in the bay area, then move). Our New York presence launches this fall.

* Senior full stack engineers (Python, Django, PostgreSQL, APIs, AWS, React)* Dev-ops (AWS, Ansible, Jenkins, - or - what are we missing?)* Security engineers* Senior product design (HTML, CSS, UI/UX)

What's eShares like (aka, what's different)? https://blog.esharesinc.com/eshares-101/

How do we hire at eShares? https://blog.esharesinc.com/how-to-hire/

What do eShares offer letters look like? https://blog.esharesinc.com/a-better-offer-letter/


jfountain2015 8 hours ago 0 replies      
New York City, NY (Union Square) | Vettery https://www.vettery.com | ONSITE |Full-time Full Stack Engineer

Heres the gist: Vettery is a tech company, butwhat we ultimately do is help people find their dream job. We are looking forself-starters who care about helping people find a job the love! Its prettysimple, we are looking for hungry people with an energy to disrupt an ancientindustry and at the same time enjoying the perks of a growing startup. Vetteryengineers work across the full stack and are committed to optimizing theexperience for our users as well as our employees. A Vettery engineer hasinput into the whole process of the company from business decisions to whereour tech stack is going. You will be involved in all levels of the products weproduce. There is a large variety of projects here and we strive to alignpeople with what tech they like to use or want to learn. See more info andapply here... https://boards.greenhouse.io/vettery/jobs/118230

Python, Flask, Javascript, AngularJS, Redux, PHP, MySQL, Elasticsearch, CSS, Grunt, Ubuntu, AWS, Vagrant, Webpack, D3.js, Apache, Nginx, Git, Protractor, Jasmine

Benefits: Competitive salary Open vacation & sick time Medical, vision, anddental insurance Vettery Perks: Frequent team outings, lunches, and teambuilding events Lots of free food - stocked kitchen + beverages.

Interviewprocess: 1. Phone screen (30 Min) 2. Inperson tech interview ( 1.5 Hours ) 3. In person pair programming ( 4 Hours )4. Final round with co-founders. ( 1.5 Hours ) Some ofthe in person interviews can be combined or done after hours depending on yourschedule.

ericzundel 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Square, Inc. | Software Engineer, Payments | Atlanta | ONSITE , https://squareup.com/careers/jobs

Square's Atlanta office is hiring an engineering position for the backend services that power our payments platform.

What we do:Develop and support routing and gateway support between Squares products and payment processors in the US and abroad.

Design and refactor these systems for high reliability and scalability.

Why it's cool: Our system is critical: without it, Square products couldn't exist.

The Atlanta office has a history of working on mission critical projects. Infrastructure used throughout Square was designed and developed here. Were continuing to increase our footprint here.

Our work environment includes lots of Silicon Valley style perks, plus all the advantages of working in a smaller office where everyone knows each other.Square products are widely used by the general public, so you constantly run into people who use our products.

Who we're looking for:Experience with Card Payments would be terrific!Engineers familiar with Java, Go, Ruby or another high level OO language.At this time, we are looking for developers with at least a few years industry experience.

Tech we use: Java, Go, Ruby, Objective-C, Ember.

If this matches your background and interests, I'd love to talk to you -- email zundel@squareup.com, hiring manager for this position in the Atlanta office.

ralphz 8 hours 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 value delivering a great customer experience, awesome culture, clean/maintainable code, automated testing and code reviews.

We look for

- Mid-level to senior front-end engineer with excellent HTML5/CSS3 skills and experience with EmberJS

- Security/DevOps engineer with solid security background (e.g CISSP) and experience managing cloud infrastructure

Our stack includes Ruby Rails, EmberJS, MySQL, Postgres, NGINX, Redis, Sidekiq, Elasticsearch, Chef

You can find out more here https://www.simplepractice.com/careers/

Send me (CTO) a short intro about yourself: ralph@simplepractice.com (Please no recruiters or dev shops)

skinanalytics 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Skin Analytics is a healthcare company building a clinical quality diagnostic service for melanoma using Artificial Intelligence. Weve a clinical study running across 5 UK hospitals including the Royal Free and Oxford University Hospital Trust.

Based in Old Street in London were currently working with Vitality Health, leveraging dermatologists while we finish the clinical validation for our AI system. We have a strong pipeline of future partners for our service across a number of channels.

Were looking for someone with devops experience, able to take an idea from the drawing boards to production and scale. Youll be on your own to begin with, but the team will expand under you as the company grows. We have existing codebases in Python and Javascript, in an AWS environment, but it would be up to you to set the tech direction for the company going forward.

Requirements for the role:Frontend and backend system development, testing and deploymentKey technical role and potential client-facing duties in this capacityEstablishment and adherence to deadlinesAbility to manage your tasks and times efficientlyUse of online project management software

Key technical requirements:Full Stack development experience or desiresFront-end JavaScript and Angular developerNodeJSCouchDBAWSGit on Bitbucket

Benefits:Be an integral part of a business which will improve the survival rate for the second most common cancer for 24-40 year oldsHealth insurance with Vitality HealthPotential for share options after initial period*Great office located among the cafes and bars of Old Street

To apply get in touch at: recruitment@skinanalytics.co.uk

saucelabs 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Sauce Labs (San Francisco, CA, Vancouver, B.C., Berlin, Germany and/or Remote)

Sauce Labs provides the worlds largest cloud-based platform for the automated testing of web and mobile applications. Its award-winning service eliminates the time and expense of maintaining an in-house testing infrastructure, freeing development teams of any size to innovate and release better software, faster.

We are currently looking for:

Senior Software Engineer (Analytics)

Senior Software Engineer (API)

Software Engineer (Cloud Infrastructure)

Software Engineer (Emulator/Simulator Cloud)

Software Engineer (OS Automation)

Software Engineer- Web Frontend (m/f)

If youre interested in joining Sauce Labs and would like to learn more, please visit: https://saucelabs.com/careers

mbesto 7 hours ago 0 replies      
US, ANYWHERE (REMOTE but travel required), Full Time - Management Consultant for IT Due Diligence, Liberty Advisor Group

We are a top tier boutique M&A technology strategy consulting practice. Our M&A practice is seeking a senior individual to join our rapidly growing team. You will work with our M&A practice nationally and internationally servicing corporate private equity, and venture capital clients, which includes leading technology assessments during the due diligence phase, planning as part of the carve-out or merger integration transactions, and post-close execution management.

Looking specifically for someone with M&A experience and experience in supply chain (or related...such as distribution, logistics and manufacturing).

Apply here: https://liberty-advisor-group.workable.com/jobs/524038

ainsej 9 hours 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.

We recently raised a huge round lead by SoftBank which is allowing to push the boundaries of virtual world creation, which you can read more about on Wired (http://www.wired.co.uk/article/improbable-quest-to-build-the...)

I'm particularly interested in finding people who want to join our new engineering effectiveness team to build tools and define development practices for a rapidly growing organisation. If you're passionate about developer productivity, build systems and designing great APIs for internal usage, reach out to me.

A full list of roles is available at https://improbable.io/careers/opportunitiesIf you're interested and want to chat more about Improbable feel free to contact me directly at ainsley@improbable.io

jpopesculian 5 hours ago 0 replies      
SingleOps | Fullstack Engineer | Atlanta, GA | REMOTE, Full-time | https://singleops.com/contact/join-our-team/

SingleOps is a rapidly growing, Atlanta based, SaaS platform for mobile field workforces like tree care services, landscaping, pest control, healthcare anyone who regularly coordinates employees in the field. The platform combines estimates, scheduling, time tracking, CRM, invoicing, and QuickBooks syncing with a mobile-first interface for teams on the go. Think of it as a cloud-ERP solution like NetSuite, but much easier to use and geared towards field service companies.

We've found or niche in the Green space and are looking to scale and double our entire team this year. We use a Ruby on Rails stack, and this year we're transitioning to React as well as hopefully React Native for mobile.

We're looking for a Mobile Application Engineer, a Web Application Engineer, as well as other sales, marketing and customer success positions. You can fill out the form at https://singleops.com/contact/join-our-team/ or email me directly at julian@singleops.com

sfpwork 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Legal Tracker (Thomson Reuters) | Senior Software Engineer (.NET JavaScript) | US | REMOTE, FULLTIME, https://legaltracker.com/These are WFH positions but you must live in the US and have proper work authorization. You will join a entire team of full time remote web developers, working with ASP.NET, JavaScript, SQL Server, NServiceBus, Azure, etc. in very well established product in the legal matter management space. We've been exclusively remote for well over a decade, with great success.

We are hiring for these roles:

- Senior Software Engineer

- Lead Software Engineer

Please contact me (sergio.pereira@tr.com) for more details and specific question. Unfortunately at this time we really cannot consider candidates from outside of the US.

contact_penrose 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Penrose Studios | Software Engineer | San Francisco, CA | Onsite | Full Time

Penrose Studios crafts ground-breaking immersive stories and needs your help building a platform for this new artistic medium. We seek passionate and experienced developers who are excited about discovering new and innovative ways to push augmented and virtual reality to new limits. Youll work with artists to build new tools, develop new interaction techniques, and constantly evaluate and integrate cutting edge hardware and third party software.

Responsibilities:- Collaborate with a team of engineers and artists to create innovative VR and AR content- Design, implement and maintain tools for a new VR production pipeline- Quickly prototype and iteratively collaborate with artists to develop new tools- Integrate new SDKs and upgrade device run-time environments as new third party software becomes available- Optimize VR content for release on a variety of platforms

Requirements: - Strong knowledge of C++, and C#- Strong knowledge of 3D math and graphics algorithms- Collaborative mindset and ability to communicate effectively- Strong debugging, profiling, and run-time analysis skills- Experience with UE4, Unity, or similar game experience a plus

Apply here: http://www.penrosestudios.com/software-engineer

robertelevate 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Elevate Security | Lead Front End Engineer | Oakland, CA | REMOTE/ONSITE, www.elevatesecurity.com

Data breaches increase every year as attackers continue to target employees for access and information. Elevate Security is creating a world where employees are a companys strongest asset in defending against hackers. We are taking on this longstanding gap in the security space with a focus on behavioral and data science to improve security behaviors across employees in a measurable way. Were looking for extraordinary and passionate people to help us build this future and redefine the security landscape.

We're looking for a Lead Front End Engineer. Please, no recent university or bootcamp grads.

For more information, check out our job description and ping us on https://www.elevatesecurity.com/jobs/.

briankircho 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Dokkio | QA Engineer | 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. Come help us invent the future of collaboration and content management.

Responsibilities:Write and maintain automated functional test scripts.Develop testing plans and execute them against new features and bug fixes.Work with engineering/marketing/support/management to identify requirements, come up with a release schedule, and keep everyone informed of progress towards it.Prioritize and manage open bugs.Help improve our development/testing process to prevent problems before they start.Fix the occasional bug.

Qualifications:Love of high quality software, testing, writing code, and learning new things.1-3 years of professional experience with software testing or software engineering.Strong familiarity with functional testing tools such as Selenium/WebDriver.Strong familiarity with at least one mainstream language. JavaScript preferred, but Python/Ruby/etc. acceptable.Strong familiarity with functional testing, unit testing, and other types of testing.Bonus Points: Familiarity with UX, HCI, continuous deployment, version control systems (we use git), and the command line (we use Ubuntu).

Email us your resume at jobs-qa@dokkio.com.

alasano 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Coveo | JavaScript Developer | Montreal & Quebec City, Canada | Full-time, ONSITE or REMOTE

We're looking for programmers to join our team working on our new, cool JavaScript UI search page framework. Our goal is to create a framework that developers like you will love. We want to enable creation of great custom search experiences backed by our awesome index technology, and have fun doing it.

If you're curious, check out our dev documentation here (https://developers.coveo.com/display/public/JsSearchV1/JavaS...). You can even download and play with it, so you know what you're getting into. We primarily use (and love) Typescript to help grow our codebase without losing our sanity in addition to recent libraries and tools.

While we offer all the perks people come to expect of a job (great new offices, top of the line equipment, competitive salaries and insurance, unlimited cappucinos and snacks, nerf gun battles), we think the best part about working with us is simply being excited about going to work every day. On a day to day basis you'll continually face interesting challenges, have great autonomy and you'll be able to bring your ideas to the table knowing that your team genuinely wants to hear them.

Coveo is positioned as the top leader for Insight Engines in Gartner's 2017 Magic Quadrant (http://blog.coveo.com/coveo-leads-gartner-magic-quadrant-for...). We're growing quickly and hiring talented, passionate developers to join our worldclass team. Our Montreal offices are brand new (http://blog.coveo.com/coveo-montreal-finally-home/) and we've also rebuilt our entire Quebec City office to accomodate all our new hires in a great environment.

Interview Process: phone screen - interview - tech test - offer.

To get in touch : aasanovic@coveo.com or simply take a look and apply here http://careers.coveo.com/open-positions

raimondious 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Scratch | Senior Backend Engineer | Cambridge, MA | Full-time | On-site

We are seeking a curious and enthusiastic software engineer to join our Scratch team at the MIT Media Lab. Scratch (scratch.mit.edu) is a free visual programming language and global online community where children can create and share interactive media such as stories, games, and animations.Here at the Lifelong Kindergarten research group (MIT Media Lab), we are passionate about creating technology that enables kids to think creatively, work collaboratively, and reason systematically. Were looking for engineers who enjoy collaborating as much as coding and who thrive in an environment of continual iteration and improvement. Located in the MIT Media Lab, the Scratch team works amid a giant pit of LEGO bricks so a love for creative making (and tolerance for a bit of a mess) is a must!

Our Stack:* Node.js* Redis* Elastic Search* Percona MySQL* Ansible* Fastly* Travis-CI* Jenkins* GitHub


natekupp 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Thumbtack | Software Engineer, SRE, many others | 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.

hgrimmett 8 hours ago 1 reply      
Blue Vision Labs | London, United Kingdom | Onsite, Interns, Visa, http://www.bluevisionlabs.com/

Stealth startup working on self-driving cars, augmented reality and robotics.

Founded in a Y-Combinator Fellowship and backed by Accel (Facebook, Dropbox) and Horizons Ventures (DeepMind, Siri).Our team comprises PhDs from top universities, hackers, competitive programmers, and accomplished entrepreneurs. We offer a full range of benefits, a friendly and dynamic atmosphere where everyone learns, grows and contributes to real, deliverable products.

We are seeking talented people to join our team:


- SOFTWARE ENGINEERS (backend, full stack, cloud infrastructure)

- RESEARCH SCIENTISTS (SLAM / computer vision / machine learning)

- ROBOTICS ENGINEERS (calibration, cameras, signal processing)

- VISUAL DESIGNER (Augmented reality, video directing & editing, branding)

Please apply at http://www.bluevisionlabs.com

engintekin 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Vida Health | San Francisco | Senior Android Developer & Senior React Developer | Onsite | http://www.vida.com


At Vida Health, we are passionate about transforming lives through better health. We live our vision everyday by creating solutions for preventing and reversing chronic conditions resulting in lower health care costs and better lifestyles for our customers. We are a small team and love building solutions to enable great outcomes for our members. The team is small enough that you can make an immediate impact on our products but also big enough for you to find your niche and focus on a particular area or technology to transform and further your career aspirations. The ideal candidate will be passionate about providing the best experience possible to our users from UI/UX design to speed and performance. You will think critically to develop the native app for Android OS. This position is full-time and based in our Mountain View or San Francisco office.

dblock 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Artsy.net | NYC | Experienced Full Stack & Data/ML | https://www.artsy.net | ONSITE

- about: https://www.theverge.com/2017/7/18/15983712/artsy-fine-art-g...

- apply: https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-jobs-full-stack-software...

- open-source by default: http://artsy.github.io, https://twitter.com/artsyopensource

(maintainers of CocoaPods, Ruby Grape, Danger, etc.)

kdavis 10 hours ago 1 reply      
Mozilla | Machine Learning Research Engineer | Berlin, London, Paris | https://mzl.la/2qGIwic

Do you dream of harnessing your machine learning knowledge to enrich users lives and to improve their privacy and security while opening up models and data to the world?

If so, you should join Mozillas Machine Learning group!

As a Machine Learning Research Engineer at Mozilla you will:

 -Design & deploy machine learning algorithms & models to the open Internet (Initial STT focus) -Define research & experiment strategies that iteratively move towards their stated goals -Stay on top of the latest machine learning research -Present internally and/or externally on internal and/or external research of note -Integrate pertinent research into current projects -As part of Emerging Technologies, work with the Mozilla organizationfinance, legal, product, etc in shepherding our work to completion
Your professional profile:

 Requirements -A thorough understanding of deep learning algorithms -3+ years of machine learning research+engineering experience -Ability to apply machine learning to solve business problems -Authority in one, or proficiency in more than one, programming language (Python, C++...) -Technical fluency, ability to clearly discuss algorithms, architectures, and trade-offs Preferred Qualifications -PhD in Machine Learning, Mathematics, Physics, or other quantitative field -Experience with TensorFlow -Project management skills

jakubk 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Skyscanner | full-time senior and lead 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. We'll soon be a top-100 website in the world by traffic.

Hiring at an experienced level in lots of disciplines: backend with microservices & distributed systems, big data & data science & machine learning, full stack (modern frontend + api skills), designers, product, iOS & Android. Languages we like and have great tooling for: Java, Python, JavaScript & NodeJS.

We have a number of offices in Europe, and are focusing on London and Barcelona in particular.

We want to hire great people to solve large-scale challenges and build industry-leading new products. In short, if you've got good software industry and tech company experience, know what best practices look like, and have the drive to improve product and people around you, we're interested.

I see a lot of freedom, responsibility, accountability here. We have room to make decisions, move fast, and the encouragement to make things better. It's exciting.

Please ping me an email at jakub.kadlubiec@skyscanner.net if you want me to refer you, and/or have questions.

Permanent & onsite roles only. Relocation / visa assistance for senior roles.

someear 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Polly | Devs, PM, Marketing | Seattle, Bay Area | FULL-TIME, Onsite, https://www.polly.ai

Polly is a venture backed startup that is taking a consumer like approach to enterprise surveys. We deliver our solution exclusively in messaging (Slack) and currently support thousands of companies. Were a small team (6 employees) with great traction in an emerging space, so theres the opportunity to come in and have tremendous impact on the product, the culture, the company, and the space itself. Our stack is Node, Javascript, AWS, Slack (about half our front-end work is in Slack!)

Our roles:

 * PMs willing to get their hands dirty writing code (Seattle only) * Mid/Senior Full Stack Developer (Seattle or Bay Area) * Mid/Senior Backend Developer (Seattle or Bay Area) * Organic Demand Generation Marketer (Seattle)

 * Competitive salary + equity * Medical, dental, vision for you and your dependents * PTO * Paid parental leave
Apply at jobs@polly.ai and reference HN.

ellisv 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Powerley | Multiple positions | Royal Oak, MI | Onsite, Full-Time | www.powerley.com

Powerley is seeking passionate individuals who are driven to build great products. Our mission is to connect the smart grid to the smart home with the only utility led Home Energy Management Solution developed for utilities worldwide. We believe the best product decisions are made by the people who are actually doing the work, and our culture is built around team collaboration and shared success.

We're growing fast. Some of the open positions we have now are:

- Technical Product Manager

- Product Manager

- iOS and Android Developers

- Marketing Manager (Demand & Digital)

- Data Scientist

Of course, there's more info and applications on our website: http://www.powerley.com/about/careers/ I'm not our recruiter, but feel free to reach out (PM or e-mail evalentiner@powerley.com) if you have questions or want to chat! Please, no recruiters.

patv 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Vitally | Senior Javascript Engineer (First Hire) | New York | Onsite

Vitally is looking for a senior/lead front-end engineer to join us as we go through Techstars this summer.

What we're looking for:

An ideal teammate for us is a front-end focused senior engineer who is quick learning and adaptable. We'd like you to initially own a good amount of our front-end and dive in where ever else you may be curious (back-end, devops, etc). As the lead on the front-end, you'll also play a critical role in product strategy, design, and building/managing the future front-end team.

Our tech stack is evolving quickly, but we're building the front-end in React/Redux + Typescript and the backend in Node + Typescript + Postgres. Experience with any of those technologies is a plus, but we're open to speaking with strong engineers who will pick things up quickly. Any experience building data-intensive applications is also a plus - we deal with a lot of data :)

As we grow, you'll be able to take a significant leadership role within our engineering team. You'll also have the opportunity to be a member of the team as we go through the Techstars NYC summer session, working alongside some of the most promising startups and talented entrepreneurs in New York.

Who we are: We are a product analytics platform built for Customer Success. We help Customer Success teams track the product metrics critical to customer retention alongside their impact on those metrics. Check out our demo at https://play.vitally.io

Who you are:

- You are an exceptional Javascript engineer and not just a "framework user"

- You have an intuition and passion for delightful UI and UX. We are setting the bar quite high here and need you to help ensure that polished design translates well into actual code. So yes, you should have a decent understanding of CSS :)

- You are a crazy-fast learner. Thrown into a foreign codebase, you can fire up dev tools and find your way around in a short amount of time

- You have a passion to join a startup at the ground floor. You want to help contribute to the development of the team and culture, helping build both into one of the most respected and reputable around

fasteddie 5 hours ago 0 replies      
HoneyBook | San Francisco, CA and Tel-Aviv, Israel | ONSITE

We're building a market network [1] for creative professionals. We have a workflow product that members love, and now we're working on building the network and marketplace on top. The team is great and the work is challenging, and although we're growing fast, it remains feeling small because we take care to keep it that way.

Stack: Rails, Angular, React

Info: https://www.honeybook.com/careers

Check the descriptions in the links, and let me know if you have any questions. I'm Eddie, on one of our development teams: eddie a t honeybook , com

Some key roles we're looking to fill (but there are plenty more!):

-UI Designer (SF or Tel Aviv): https://boards.greenhouse.io/honeybook/jobs/549104

-UX Designer (SF): https://boards.greenhouse.io/honeybook/jobs/143687

Also plenty on the sales, marketing, and operations side too.

-- [1] https://techcrunch.com/2015/06/27/from-social-to-market-netw....

jessicath 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Zoosk Inc. | San Francisco, CA | Full-time | On-siteZoosk is a leading online dating company that personalizes the dating experience to help singles find the person and relationship thats just right for them. Our Behavioural Matchmaking technology is constantly learning from the actions of over 35 million members in order to deliver better matches in real time, making Zoosk a market leader in mobile dating.

Check out our engineering blog at: https://about.zoosk.com/en/engineering-blog/


 Sr. Software Engineer, JavaScript Sr. Software Engineer, Server-Side & Cloud Application Software Development Engineer in Test
All positions offer a competitive salary, equity, and comprehensive benefits. Learn more at https://about.zoosk.com/en/careers/

Interested in a role? Email laurag@zoosk.com

kmax12 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Feature Labs, Inc. | Software Engineer | Boston, MA | Full-time | On-site | http://www.featurelabs.com

Feature Labs builds automation technology for developing predictive models. With our tools, users can discover the most predictive patterns in behavioral and transactional datasets to accelerate the data science process.

Were growing our technical team with engineers interested in pushing the boundaries of data science automation. At our core is a feature engineering algorithm called Deep Feature Synthesis [0] and we regularly publish peer reviewed data science research [1].

This role is perfect for someone who wants the opportunity to shape the direction of our technology and product.

Paid internships available, as well.

To apply: careers [at] featurelabs.com

[0] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_feature_synthesis

[1] http://www.featurelabs.com/resources/research.html

eosrei 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Udacity | Multiple Positions | Mountain View, San Francisco, Berlin, Shanghai, So Paulo, New Delhi | ONSITE, FULL-TIME | https://www.udacity.com/

Udacity's mission is to democratize education. We're an online learning platform offering groundbreaking education in fields such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, virtual reality, and more. Focused on self-empowerment through learning, Udacity is making innovative technologies such as self-driving cars available to a global community of aspiring technologists, while also enabling learners at all levels to skill up with essentials like programming, web and app development.

Tech: Docker/PostgreSQL with Golang, Python, Node.js, React, Java, Ruby, Haskell depending on team.

All open positions: https://jobs.lever.co/udacity?lever-via=24S9Caa8CS

mstoykov 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Waltz Networks | San Francisco, CA | Full-time, Onsite, Visa | http://www.waltznetworks.com

We are looking for exceptionally talented, creative, and driven people to help us build unrivaled autonomous network control software. Join our awesome, fun and hardworking team to transform networking while taking part in a wide range of thrilling office games and homegrown memes.

Waltz Networks is evolving the way networks operate. Founded by Cornell University researchers and funded by New Enterprise Associates, Waltz solved the 40-year-old problem of closed-loop control in networking and is able to achieve dynamic optimal routing and control the network in real-time. The result is a highly reliable, always-on network that is up to 10x better than traditional networks.

Positions: Software Engineer | Senior Software Engineer | Software Engineer, SDN | Lead Software Engineer, Security

Apply at http://www.waltznetworks.com/careers.html

amasad 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Repl.it | Hacker | San Francisco | Onsite

Don't care about pedigree -- as long as you're self-taught, curious, intrinsically interested in computers, and would endlessly hack for hack value then please apply directly to my email: amjad@repl.it

We are a team of 3 building https://repl.it to make programming more accessible. We're making it easier for people to get started with programming, for programmers to share and play around with languages and stacks online and for teachers to teach programming.

Some of our products:

- Good ol' REPL/IDE: https://repl.it/languages

- Repl.it Classrooms: https://repl.it/site/classrooms

- React Native environment in the browser: https://repl.it/site/react_native

matb33 2 hours ago 0 replies      
Grade A Labs | Full stack web developer | Ottawa, Canada | Full-time, ONSITE | $60k-$90k

Grade A Labs is the new innovation arm of Grade A (gradea.ca). We serve clients that are looking to innovate through custom web applications, but we also spend time on our own ideas. We offer the potential to be part owner of something we create together.

We are looking for an exceptional Full Stack Web Developer who is fluent in React, Node, and relational databases, or has experience with similar technologies.

Contact me at mbouchard@gradealabs.com to talk!

tonyvt2005 3 hours ago 0 replies      
ID.me | Product Designer | McLean, VA

ID.me is the first digital identity network that allows consumers to prove who they are online while controlling how their information is shared with brands. Our use cases range from powering military and student discounts online to enabling Veterans to securely access their VA benefits. The design and UX challenges are unique and impactful.

Interested? Feel free to contact us at careers@ID.me or apply on our careers page (http://idme.jazz.co/apply/zQF5OMPUdx/Product-Designer).

ylere 5 hours ago 0 replies      
1aim | Berlin, Germany | Onsite, Full Time, Visa | https://1aim.com

At 1aim, we develop and produce access control systems, which allow to open doors with mobile phones. We create all hardware, software and IT-Infrastructure to run our systems on our own. Beside access systems we are already putting a lot of R&D effort in creating further new smart home/building automation products. We see ourselves as an engineering-driven technology company, that influences how a future with connected devices will look.

We enable engineers to focus on what they can to best, letting them work on new products in small, highly interdisciplinary teams. We try to get rid of as much management overhead as possible (no daily standup meetings!).Right now, we are hiring new engineers for the following areas:

- (Frontend) Web Developer

- RUST Backend Developer (our backend is 100% rust!)

- Electrical Engineer

We do not care about your academic degrees or where you are from, but about the stuff you did and what you could create in the future given the right opportunities. If you are interested in working at 1aim, write us an email at work.hn<?>1aim.com and tell us about the projects you worked on that you are the most proud of and which technological feats of the past inspire you. We provide visa assistance, relocation support and free housing until you find your own place to live.

Interview process: 1st phone interview (screening) -> 2nd phone interview (technical) -> home assignment/technical challenge (depending on application) -> 3rd/final interview (mixed, via phone or onsite)

jonahbailey 9 hours 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...

ivanzhao 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Notion | Software Developer | SF | https://www.notion.so | Full Time | Onsite Hey founder of Notion here. You can think of it as the next generation Microsoft Office meets Minecraft (and actually a visual programming language behind the scene).

 We made a graphic novel about why we exist. (It involves Steve Jobs believe or not): https://notion.so/about Read more market related comments on Product Hunt. (Notion was one of the fastest voted of all time): https://www.producthunt.com/posts/notion-1-0-web-mac-app We are tiny at the moment. The business is growing fast. We have a beautiful artist loft in the SF Mission district, with the best investors out there (notion.so/investors). You need to be able to build things and think conceptually. Email me directly at "ivan@makenotion.com" Have a good one.

nvaleriO 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Hiring the Following Positions in San Francisco, CA:

Element Science| Senior IOS Engineer | Onsite, Full-Time | https://www.elementscience.com/senior-ios-engineer/

Element Science| Senior BackEnd Engineer | Onsite, Full-Time | https://www.elementscience.com/senior-backend-engineer/

Element Science| Application Verification Engineer | Onsite, Full-Time | https://www.elementscience.com/application-verification-engi...

Element Science| Firmware Test Engineer | Onsite, Full-Time | https://www.elementscience.com/firmware-test-engineer/

Element Science develops technologies at the intersection of wearable devices, precision medicine, and life-saving therapeutics. Our first product funded by Google Ventures and Third Rock Ventures aims to redefine treatment of sudden cardiac death. Come join our growing team of engineers, successful entrepreneurs, and medical device professionals if you are interested in making a real difference in patients lives and shaping the future of med tech in Silicon Valley.

spwestwood 3 hours 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 devops engineer, web developer, project manager, legal assistant, and more. 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!

DevOps Engineer: https://opensignal-limited.workable.com/jobs/383368

Web Developer: https://opensignal-limited.workable.com/jobs/540602

Product Manager: https://opensignal-limited.workable.com/jobs/318623

Legal Assistant: https://opensignal-limited.workable.com/j/A826DE0E86

Marketing Director: https://opensignal-limited.workable.com/j/A6D0722BED

Graphic Designer: https://opensignal-limited.workable.com/j/7BA29C3DC8

Android Engineer: https://opensignal-limited.workable.com/j/8A2BB93A41

idrism 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Truebill (YC W16) | Back-end/Data Engineer | SF (San Francisco) | ONSITE | Full-Time | https://www.truebill.com

Truebill is an automated financial assistant that tells you what you need to know about your finances (like what monthly subscriptions you have) and helps you manage them (like negotiating your bills lower, cancelling your subscriptions, etc.)

We are looking for a back-end/data engineer who will be responsible for our data pipeline, data analysis, and analytics. We have a lot of interesting data and want to put it to good use serving our users.

You will have a huge impact and flexibility as our lead data engineer.

Experience required: SQL, data pipelines, business analyticsBig plus for: machine learning, some devops

Contact me (CTO & co-founder) at jobs+hn@truebill.com for more info, to apply, or even just to chat

nvaleriO 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Element Science is based out of San Francisco, CA

Element Science| Senior IOS Engineer | Onsite, Full-Time | https://www.elementscience.com/senior-ios-engineer/

Element Science| Senior BackEnd Engineer | Onsite, Full-Time | https://www.elementscience.com/senior-backend-engineer/

Element Science| Application Verification Engineer| Onsite, Full-Time | https://www.elementscience.com/application-verification-engi...

Element Science| Firmware Test Engineer | Onsite, Full-Time | https://www.elementscience.com/firmware-test-engineer/

Element Science develops technologies at the intersection of wearable devices, precision medicine, and life-saving therapeutics. Our first product funded by Google Ventures and Third Rock Ventures aims to redefine treatment of sudden cardiac death. Come join our growing team of engineers, successful entrepreneurs, and medical device professionals if you are interested in making a real difference in patients lives and shaping the future of med tech in Silicon Valley.

traskjd 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Raygun | Full Stack Developer | Wellington, New Zealand | Full Time

At Raygun we build tools for engineering teams that care about creating great software. We track software errors, end user performance, deployment quality and more. We help tens of thousands of developers build better quality software every day, across all stacks and platforms.

You can apply here: https://raygun-engineering.workable.com/jobs/252302

Our stack is heavily .NET based (both full .NET & .NET Core on Linux) however we're looking for a broad set of language experiences. We leverage PGSQL, MySQL, ElasticSearch, Redis.

The role is based in New Zealand, and have worked in helping folks move there as needed (though we also have offices in Seattle, WA, and are open to having engineering talent there also - most of the engineering is done in New Zealand however :-).

The_Sponge 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Credit Karma | San Francisco, Charlotte, LA | 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're growing very rapidly right now, and have tons of opportunities for people to solve hard problems while helping people grow their financial progress.


sshrinivasan 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Zymeworks Inc. | DevOps Engineer | Vancouver, Canada | ONSITE

Zymeworks is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the discovery, development and commercialization of protein therapeutics for cancer. We are looking for a DevOps Engineer with expertise in configuration management, automation, continuous integration, and continuous deployment tools to join our DevOps team.

We expect you to have

Experience with multi-tiered web server systems such as Apache, Nginx, Tomcat

Experience with database systems, such as PostgreSQL, MySQL, and NoSQL

Demonstrable skills in programming languages, such as Python, Ruby, Go, or Bash

Experience with Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment systems, such as Jenkins, Gitlab CI, or Travis CI

It would be great if you had

Strong knowledge of Configuration Management tools such as Puppet, Chef, SaltStack, or Ansible

Understanding of highly resilient server-based architectures, such as replication/failover, distributed architectures, and auto scaling

Strong background with Amazon Web Services


Working with Development teams to provide frameworks for building, testing and packaging code in a consistent, reusable way

Creating and managing standardized development environments for the Software Development team

Creating and supporting automated processes for deploying and configuring applications in multiple environments using Puppet, Gitlab CI, Jenkins, and similar tools

Helping improve software deployment, monitoring and development processes

Please apply at https://zymeworks.bamboohr.co.uk/jobs/view.php?id=61

rglasgow 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Mixboard | Technical Co-founder | San Francisco, CA | Full-time | ONSITE | http://mixboard.com

Mixboard is a team collaboration board for sharing workplace content that reduces email and Slack messages. Right now Mixboard is pre-launch and it's an exciting time for you to join. Product development is underway and teams from companies such as Facebook, Lyft and Weebly have committed to product trials.

About you: 5+ years full-stack engineering experience and enjoys constant challenges. Prefers to be hands-on but can handle a managerial role as the company grows. You'll wear many hats whether its technical architecture, frontend, or interviewing the next engineering hire.

About me: Previously I was on the founding team for 4 successfully acquired startups and 1st PM at Weebly.

Want to learn more about the product? Lets chat! Please email ryan@mixboard.com

mszczodrak 1 hour ago 1 reply      
Essential - ONSITE - Palo Alto, CA - Full Time (we sponsor all visas/transfers). Base Pay is identical to Google's MRP.

Andy Rubin's new startup, Essential, is looking for a variety of SWEs to work on the new line of consumer electronics. We are hiring for everything from FE Javascript folks, SDK experts, to System SWEs. We have been in stealth for a year and just went public this quarter, we're rapidly growing and have ~50 ex-Googlers/Applers

Apply here: https://www.essential.com/about#join-us

fouadmatin 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Segment | Engineering | San Francisco, CA | Full-Time | Onsite

Segment is building the analytics routing layer for the world. We transform data into over 150 different services, adding new ones every day. Were processing billions of events each month, and maintaining the analytics infrastructure for companies like DigitalOcean, Atlassian, New Relic, and Docker.

Our goal is to help companies learn from how their users interact with the products to build even better products.

We also like to share our work and what we learn, here are some recent examples:

 - https://segment.com/blog/exactly-once-delivery/ - https://segment.com/blog/bob-loblaws-log-blog/ - https://segment.com/blog/a-brief-history-of-the-uuid/ - https://open.segment.com
If any of this sounds interesting, wed love to hear from you! Check out some of our open positions at https://segment.com/jobs or email tido.carriero@segment.com with some info about your background and well kick it off from there.

itsdrewmiller 9 hours ago 0 replies      
NGP VAN - Washington, DC and Boston, MA

We're hiring for a couple of technical positions right now:

* Front End Engineer (DC) - https://ngpvan.applytojob.com/apply/VmmRqh1pxg

* SQL Server Developer (Boston) - https://ngpvan.applytojob.com/apply/RsXLLR2Wd9

NGP VAN is a technology company where we do exciting and meaningful work that has a significant impact on promoting civil rights, social justice, and environmental responsibility.

Employees enjoy an unusually generous set of benefits, including 12 weeks paid parental leave, profit sharing, 100% premium-paid health/dental, and an ongoing education allowance. NGP VAN is one of only a handful of companies to be recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in America by Inc. Magazine for nine years in a row.

Last year we were named one of the Coolest Companies of 2016 by DC Inno. We've also been named one of the top 50 fastest growing companies in the DC area by the Washington Business Journal and SmartCEO. The Wall Street Journal wrote NGP VAN is something of a secret weapon for the Democratic Party and the labor unions and progressive groups that use it. We have also won the AAPC award for Best Use of New Technology, and the Campaigns & Elections Award for Most Innovative Product.

Join our team and work alongside about 200 smart, passionate, and innovative co-workers, many of whom are industry recognized as experts in their fields.

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

Keywords: ONSITE

yayalice 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Gladly | San Francisco | Engineering, Design | Fulltime onsite only

We've had a lot of great folks find us from this post on HN, and just opened up a couple new roles: software engineer, machine learning engineer, senior product designer and director of infrastructure engineering.

- 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

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/

curbside 6 hours ago 0 replies      
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.

eseguirant 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Atlas Informatics - www.atlas.co - Seattle, WA - Onsite

We're creating a photographic memory for your digital life, creating a searchable index of everything you see across all of your devices and apps. We've already built native OSX/iOS apps with Windows coming soon.

Right now, we're hiring for a few different positions: data engineer, platform engineer, applications engineer (OSX/iOS), and Windows App Engineer. After hiring the data engineer, we'll be hiring a data scientist.

At the moment, we don't have the bandwith to support recent graduates, but if you have 4+ years of industry experience and are looking for a startup with a big vision, we'd love to talk.


Nagyman 5 hours ago 0 replies      
G Adventures | https://www.gadventures.com | Toronto, ON, Canada | Onsite, Full-time

We're hiring engineers passionate about travel, technology, and making an impact on the world. Multiple roles are available: iOS, Android, backend, front-end and full-stack developers (Python, Django, Go, Javascript, React.js, AWS, Ansible).

G Adventures is a founder-led company, running group adventure tours around the world for 26 years. The Technology department's mission is to enable life changing travel experiences through customer focused technology solutions. We're a team of ~30 developers writing software for our websites (B2B & B2C), reservation system, operation systems, mobile apps, and API (see: https://developers.gadventures.com for a preview of the data we're managing). Many existing challenges for real-time data delivery, scalable architecture design, improving user experience, ML and data analysis.

Competitive salary offered, in an environment that supports growth, engagement, and opportunity.

returnlytom 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Returnly | Full Stack Engineer, Java Backend Engineer | Larkspur / San Francisco, CA

When was the last time you actually enjoyed your online return experience? At Returnly, our goal is to modernize the world of e-commerce reverse logistics to delight both shoppers and merchants. We're looking for an experienced full stack engineer and Java backend engineer to work on features and tooling in our core products.

Our team uses primarily Ruby on Rails to build our web applications, and have multiple microservices in Java, Kotlin and Golang. We are test driven, and write our Ruby tests in RSpec. We use MySQL, Redis, Kinesis (similar to Kafka), Angular. We are moving towards containerizing our applications with Docker. We take pride of our code, and have a process that allows us to deploy multiple times per day.

Sounds like a good fit? Want to learn more? Drop us a line: code <at> returnly.com

mohsen1 9 hours ago 1 reply      



We are hiring for lots of different positions. Software Engineers, Data Scientist and more. We're looking for very senior iOS and Android engineers to lead our teams.

Our autonomous devision is hiring at a rapid rate. If you have experience in deep learning or hardware engineering we need you for this.

Please email me at me@azimi.me for more information

ProtsenkoAlex 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Airtame (https://airtame.com) | Copenhagen, Denmark | Full-time, Onsite

Airtame is a fast-growing startup in the heart of Copenhagen. Our wireless streaming solution helps people work better.

We're currently hiring:

* Senior Software Engineer in Test - Copenhagen (https://airtame.com/jobs/senior-software-engineer-in-test)

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 sponsor work visas for non-EU applicants.

codnee 10 hours ago 0 replies      
BOOKING.COM - Amsterdam, The Netherlands | Tel Aviv, Israel | ONSITE | VISA support and Relocation to Amsterdam

I am a mobile developer at Booking.com, the biggest accommodations site on this planet. We are looking to hire experienced people from anywhere in the world, and to relocate them to the beautiful city of Amsterdam to work with us.

Some of the positions available are:

* Software developer: http://grnh.se/g7y1iw1

* Software developer (Tel Aviv): http://grnh.se/wpvlai1

* Front end developer: http://grnh.se/ts8ixw1

* UX designer (HTML/CSS): http://grnh.se/6lwb5c1

* Data scientist (NLP): http://grnh.se/dy7eln1

* Data Scientist (ML): http://grnh.se/qfsd6e1

* Data Scientist (ML, Tel Aviv): http://grnh.se/yfehks1

* Product Owner for Data Science (Tel Aviv): http://grnh.se/lbrq641

Other job vacancies at http://grnh.se/30g5b71

I, for one, relocated earlier this year to the Netherlands to work at Booking as an iOS developer. If you have any questions about the process shoot me an email at com.gmail@{{username}}

localhost3000 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Rep | Product Engineer | San Francisco, CA | Full-time | Onsite | https://rep.ai/

We are a small team (7) 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 jobs@rep.ai 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.

galori 5 hours ago 0 replies      
San Francisco, CA / REMOTE OK in the US | Experienced Full Stack Rails Developer | Stitchfix | Full-time

Hello, we're continuing to do a ton of hiring at Stitchfix, but specifically I'm hiring a developer to join my small team - "Better Data Engineering". We are a small team that is responsible for Stitchfix's famous "Style Profile", and other similar data intensive customer facing features. We work closely with the Data Science team, and our goal is always to serve our customers better using the information they provided while not being creepy :-)Stitchfix is a clothing / style personalization service. Search Instagram for #stitchfix, which will tell you a whole lot about us, how much our customers love us and you'll get an idea of our business. Come back when you're done.Oh - also we've been really successful with all of this:

 * Last time we raised $ was $25 million back in 2014 * We havent gone back for more $ since * We just did $730 million in annual sales (up for $230M last year) * We're profitable!
You can reach out directly to me (gal at stitchfix.com) - I'm a Principal Engineer at Stitchfix and the hiring manager for this position. Here is a job posting roughly covering this role:


...and Stitch Fix's "Multithreaded" Tech Jobs blog & site (http://technology.stitchfix.com) has a lot more about the team and other positions (were also hiring iOS, DevOps, and UX)

mebassett 6 hours ago 0 replies      
London | Full-time | Software engineers and data scientists.

We're a young, new, and investor-backed data-mining startup. We provide fast and accurate analysis of documents related to real estate investments. We're currently four people, and recruiting experienced engineers to help build out our MVP.

We are agnostic about which technologies you prefer, we're chiefly interested in your capacity to learn and your experience shipping software in the past.

Contact myself (in profile) or Peter Bredthauer and Charlie Williams (pbredthauer@triviumre.com, cwilliams@triviumre.com).

TeffenEllis 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Web Engineer (Apps Team) Engineering | San Francisco, CA | Full Time | Onsite

Cloudflare is building a better Internet. Cloudflare runs one of the worlds largest distributed networks that powers more than 1.5 trillion pageviews each month across 5 million Internet properties. More than 10 percent of all global Internet requests flow through Cloudflares network.We're looking for a developer to help create the next generation of our apps platform[0].

Our team's goal is to make Cloudflare the easiest way to build on the web.We believe in working collaboratively with an emphasis on personal growth and responsibility. This is a role that lets you wear many hats, spearhead new projects, and shape your career.

# Our ideal candidate...

- Has curiosity and a deep desire to build compelling products used by millions.

- Has knowledge of native web APIs.

- Is familiar with modern tools such as React, Redux, and Babel.

# Perks

We offer competitive salaries, equity, a fantastic health benefits plan, a new laptop, monthly commuter reimbursement, and the opportunity to work with a smart, motivated team where you will see your impact daily.Sound like somewhere you'd thrive? We'd love to hear from you. Email your resume to teffen+hn @ cloudflare dot com and a short paragraph to introduce yourself.Cloudflare is a company that values security. All prospective employees will be subject to a background check.

We care deeply about making tech a more inclusive and diverse place. Cloudflare is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any classification protected by federal, state, or local law.

[0] Cloudflare Apps: https://www.cloudflare.com/apps/

wag 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Wag Labs, Inc. | https://wagwalking.com | Los Angeles (West Hollywood) or SF Bay Area (Burlingame) | Full Time | ONSITE

"Wag is the best-designed and most efficient app for summoning a dog walker with some or no advance notice." - New York Times (https://wag.me/nytimes)

Our mission is to make it easier to own a dog and we're looking for experienced engineers to build a reliable and wonderful experience across mobile devices and the web for thousands of dog owners and dog walkers every day.

Our core engineering team is still relatively small so it's a great opportunity to have a lot of impact and ownership while we continue to grow. We're backed by several top VCs and offer our services in more than 50 cities in the US.

Were looking to hire:

- Web Engineers (React or Angular/PHP/MySQL)

- iOS Engineers (Obj-C)

- Android Engineers (Java)

- Backend Engineers (PHP/Laravel)

- DevOps Engineers (AWS, Linux Sysadmin)

We know youre busy so we like to keep our interview process fast and transparent (there will be no white boarding or brainteasers):

1. After filling out the application below we will contact you with a short intro call (15 mins)

2. We will give you a take home assignment (2-4 hrs)

3. We will schedule 2 follow up calls (or onsite visits) with our product and engineering teams (2-3 hrs)

4. We will make a decision shortly after! Our aim is to go from intro to offer in a matter of days.

Apply here: https://wag.me/ishiring and we will get back to you shortly!

wafelj 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Zemanta (an Outbrain company) | Full-stack Engineer, Backend Engineer | Ljubljana, Slovenia | Full Time - Onsite | https://zemanta.com

At Zemanta, we're building the most advanced native advertising platform in the world. Our recent acquisition by Outbrain is a testament to our cutting-edge tech and the strong team that built it.

Despite the acquisition, Zemanta lives on as a standalone product built by a small (<15 engineers), passionate team based in the beautiful city of Ljubljana. There is still a lot to do, so we're looking for:

Backend engineers to grow our RTB (real-time bidding) infrastructure that currently processes 100k bid requests/second (stack: Go, Python, Kafka, Aerospike, Hadoop, Redshift)

Full-stack engineers to take our user-facing dashboard and API to the next level (stack: Angular, Django, PostgreSQL, Docker, AWS)

More info & apply here: https://zemanta.workable.com/

thaisa123 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Geckoboard | Ruby Back-End Developer | ONSITE | London UK


Are you excited by the chance to work on developing new features as well as having the opportunity to re-think and re-architect our existing system? We are!

Email me direct for more information thaisa@geckoboard.com or apply direct via the link.

Role based in London, UK (near Liverpool St Station).

Oh, and did I mention we've got 5* on Glassdoor? What are you waiting for? Join us! https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/Reviews/Geckoboard-Reviews-E8789...

nikentic 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Zerebra (https://zerebra.com/) | Web Software Engineer/Datascientist | Stockholm - Sweden

Zerebra is a consulting firm in Stockholm providing full-stack professional services. Our area of expertise includes data-center operations, automation, web application development, data science and information security. Our goal is to build a team of very competent Software and Data Science engineers to take on the most interesting problems. We have very exciting projects on going, such as machine learning/analytics of Healthcare surveys and enterprise SRE.

Technologies we use:* Python* Django (Our primary web framework)* Pandas* Scikit-learn* Purely Linux* Docker* PostgreSQL

Contact me directly through jonathan@zerebra.com and we can have a chat!

snewman 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Scalyr | Backend, Frontend, Customer Success Engineers | San Mateo, CA | ONSITE

I've built half a dozen startups, including Writely (aka Google Docs), and I can honestly say that Scalyr is my favorite so far. We're building an amazing team, users rave about our product, and things are taking off we're closing seven-figure contracts and revenue grew 5x last year. And we're doing it on a sane, 40-hour, daily-team-hike, Fridays-at-home schedule. We're pre-series-A, but in many ways playing like a series B company, so this is a chance to get the best of both worlds -- early-stage equity and impact, with later-stage compensation and stability; plus a very strong team for peering or mentorship.

Backend Engineer: We've built a NoSQL data engine from scratch that searches text at 750 GB/second. How'd you like to help us scale and optimize to multiple TB/second?

Frontend Engineer: "The fastest blog in the world" (https://jacquesmattheij.com/the-fastest-blog-in-the-world) loads in under 100 ms. Help us push our data visualization tools toward that goal.

Customer Success Engineer: our customers are engineers. We're looking for someone with lightweight ops experience and good communication skills to help them get the most out of Scalyr. A great opportunity to join a high-powered team and work your way up the engineering ladder.




apurvadave 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Sysdig | Dev, PM, Design, Technical Marketing, Technical Customer Success | Bay Area, London, & Remote | Full time | https://www.sysdig.com

Sysdig is the container intelligence company. We build monitoring, security, and troubleshooting tools for containerized and orchestrated environments. It's all based on our open source linux visibility project (www.sysdig.org).

As we're at the forefront of the next big platform shift, We're growing rapidly across the board. We operate a SaaS platform and sell software to large enterprises.

* Devs who understand analytics & underlying open source technology like cassandra and elastic search* Front end engineers and visualization specialists familiar with javascript, ember, and D3* Infrastructure engineers who understand how to effectively package up software for easy consumption and management* Product Managers with monitoring, security, or analytics experience* Product designers who love data, analytics, and devops* Technical customer success managers who can learn and help customers learn "how-to". Act as their advocates within sysdig.* A technical marketing manager who understands the competitive landscape, partnerships, and creating great content to enable the team.

Sysdig is a good place to work. It's made up of a lot of smart, honest people who are passionate about what they do. We've got full medical, dental, PTO as-you-need-it, and other great benefits like a monthly learning stipend and a monthly house cleaning stipend.

email us at jobs@sysdig.com or visit https://www.sysdig.com/jobs

wklieber 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Software Engineering Institute (SEI) | Compiler Researcher | Pittsburgh, PA, USA | ONSITE

We are looking for someone familiar with compilers (particularly dataflow analysis or other forms of static analysis) to work on projects developing techniques for automatically repairing source code to remove certain common classes of vulnerabilities.

Software vulnerabilities constitute a major threat to many of our nations critical systems. The SEI is currently looking at improving software analysis and code repair technologies to eliminate security vulnerabilities much faster and at a much lower cost than current manual repair capabilities. We are improving the technologies by developing new techniques for analyzing and transforming code, in source code and intermediate representations.

The successful candidate will both work on advanced research projects and work directly with customers to help transition our research into practice. Candidates will be subject to a background check and must be eligible to obtain and maintain a Department of Defense security clearance.

Apply online at: https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1598504&B_ID=44&...

donmcc 9 hours ago 0 replies      
ProsperWorks | ( Web / Server / Mobile ) Software Engineer | San Francisco, CA, US | Full-time | ONSITE https://www.prosperworks.com/careers

At ProsperWorks, we've built the CRM that sales teams love to use. We integratetightly with Gmail, G Suite and RingCentral to give our users up-to-the-minutedata without a lot of manual data entry. We have thousands of paying customers,top-tier investors, real revenue and we're growing fast.

We're looking for experienced software engineers to join us. You will workclosely with our small cross-functional teams of developers, QA analysts,product managers and designers. We work steadily, collaboratively anditeratively to ship software to customers every two weeks.

Our server is Ruby on Rails, our web client is Ember and we have native Androidand iOS apps. Like most mid-stage startups, we're in the process of paying downtechnical debt as we build a solid foundation to serve us through our "hockeystick" growth. We're committed to automated testing, refactoring and improvingcode quality; we want every commit to leave the code a little better than wefound it while shipping compelling new features to our users every sprint.

Our interview process consists of a phone screen followed by a half day on-siteinterview of three 45 minute sessions covering algorithmic thinking, systemdesign/architecture and hands-on coding, then a talk with an engineering managerabout culture, fit and career goals. Were respectful of candidates time, so wetry to extend offers within a couple of working days.

Our careers page: https://www.prosperworks.com/careers

Please mention HN: Who is hiring? in your cover letter.

Questions? Email me! Im don at prosperworks.

supriyab 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Course Hero | Senior Software Engineer: Business Infrastructure | $130K - $158K + equity | Redwood City | Full-Time Onsite

Technology is revolutionizing the way we learn, and Course Hero is committed to increasing the accessibility of educational resources so students are empowered to thrive academically. We're growing fast, we're profitable, and we're looking for new team members to help us plot our course towards future success.

We're hiring a Senior Software Engineer on our Business Infrastructure team. Our team is small, so you'll experience projects from start to finish, solve complex technical challenges, and work closely with product managers and designers to craft product features our customers love.

The Business Infrastructure team keeps the engine running at Course Hero-- we do everything from scaling our in-house payments infrastructure to building core functionality for our site and automating processes to help our internal teams move fast! Oh, and we built Course Hero's first microservice. Join us to build more and make your mark in ed-tech.

Apply at http://grnh.se/phbwyq1.

TomPusher 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Pusher - Developer Evangelist - London - Full Time

Pusher are looking for Developer Evangelists to help us put our products in the hands of millions of developers all over the world. We want to go into a room full of developers or to a company and have the developers say they love our products.

As a Developer Evangelist, you will be the company interface with developers around the world and will be part of a growing developer marketing team. Youll play a key part in promoting our APIs to the largest possible developer audience so they can build amazing apps faster and better.

More info here https://pusher.workable.com/jobs/376345

eric_at_tl 1 hour ago 0 replies      
Tourmaline Labs | Senior backend developer | Downtown San Diego, CA | Full-time, Onsite

Tourmaline Labs is currently processing driving data from 92 countries, using machine learning and AI techniques to discover insights into how people can become better drivers, how cities can learn from aggregate drive data to increase throughput and decrease accidents.

Our stack includes Node.js, MySQL(Aurora), PostGIS, Kinesis, sundry AWS services

Our user count is growing fast and there is lots of exciting work.

Link to apply: https://www.tourmalinelabs.com/careers

antoviaque 9 hours ago 0 replies      
REMOTE (Worldwide) - Open Source Developer on Open edX - Python/Django, Javascript (OpenCraft - Remote/worldwide company based in Berlin)

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

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

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

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

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

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

manuelmorales 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Workshare | Front-end, Back-end | Fulltime | Barcelona / London | ONSITE | www.workshare.com

At Workshare we are in the process of opening offices in Barcelona to build a new team there to work in parallel with our offices in London.

We are looking for developers on both locations, with experience on React, Backbone, Elixir or Ruby to help us develop Transact (https://www.workshare.com/product/transact). Project that just started taking off. We offer competitive salaries which vary depending on the location and the possibility of working from home one day per week.

We are a team that cares about learning new things, the quality of our code, good practices, design and software architecture. We like to organize activities to encourage this culture in our developers.

Front-end: https://workshare.workable.com/jobs/536834Back-end: https://workshare.workable.com/jobs/538378

thejosh 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Tyre Connect | React Developer, Contractor (3 month contract) | Perth, Australia | Remote

Tyre Connect is looking for a developer for a 3 month contract. You're a Javascript developer, using React, or have experience with similar frameworks and are looking to broaden your React skillset.

We use Elixir, PostgreSQL and our new frontend is based on React and we're using GraphQL to drive this, so experience with GraphQL would be great.

Please forward your resume/website/Github profile and past work experience to josh [at] tyreconnect [dot] com [dot] au . No recruiters or agencies please. Please also outline what your expectations of daily rate would be, we're looking for around 40 hours a week.

mlent 6 hours ago 0 replies      
SumUp | (Senior) Frontend Engineer (React/Node) | Berlin | ONSITE, VISA https://sumup.com

The people of SumUp have brought the best way to accept card payments to 15 countries so far, but we wont stop there. Headquartered in London, SumUp's major offices are in Berlin, Sofia and So Paulo. The Berlin office alone comprises more than 130 people from more than 30 countries.

SumUp could be interesting for you as an engineer in part because we cover so many platforms: we have physical hardware (made right here in Berlin), our own proprietary payment processing platform, mobile apps on iOS and Android, SDKs and APIs supporting third-party integration, and of course (the main star, in this team's humble opinion) a merchant-facing web app.

The frontend team consists of 6 devs, looking to grow by several members. We are hiring both senior and mid-level developers:

>>> Senior Frontend Engineer: https://sumup.workable.com/j/E4A7BCCB2B

>>> Frontend Engineer: https://sumup.workable.com/j/10969B9646

You'll be a great fit if you have a passion for technical excellence, enjoy implementing beautiful designs, are comfortable working in a linux environment, and strive to learn something new every day!

jawspeak 7 hours ago 1 reply      
Square: Developer Platform, San Francisco. Full Time. ONSITE. VISA sponsorship.

This is our team: Developer Platform. We are hiring! https://www.squareup.com/developers

Engineering Manager - Developer Platform (Server and Mobile). Eng managers at Square are involved in everything from strategy, planning, product design, implementation, as well as people management. https://www.smartrecruiters.com/Square/743999655637818

Server Engineers - we use mostly Go and create the platform that makes Square a Platform, we also own several products, and are releasing many new primitives for devs to build businesses on top of Square https://www.smartrecruiters.com/Square/98588966

Design Lead - Dev Platform. It's as if you were the first designer on AWS, get in early on creating everything about Square's developer platform design conventions and products.https://www.smartrecruiters.com/Square/743999652364270

Interview process is a phone screen or two, then onsite, then offer. Apply today - we want to talk to you.

jackgavigan 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Zcash | REMOTE | Full time | Engineering Project Manager

The Zcash team is building a permissionless inclusive global financial platform. See https://z.cash for more info. Were seeking an Engineering Project Manager to lead and grow our engineering team.


 o Managing product development - Tracking product development - Clarifying requirements, including the use cases driving them - Maintaining a roadmap with milestones and their anticipated schedule o Team management: - Helping individual engineers grow on a trajectory that is fulfilling for their specific goals - Cultivating peer and mentorship relationships within the team as well as between our team and the broader community - Continually improving and refining our engineering processes o Zcash Foundation Collaboration: - Coordinating with the Foundation to dovetail our goals and resources wherever possible - Facilitating open collaboration between our engineers and the broader community
Desired Skills & Experience:

 - Experience as a project manager of a medium-sized software development team (1050 people) - Excellent at communicating effectively, understanding and managing emotions effectively, and social, organizational, and negotiation skills - Exposure to different software development methodologies - A clear understanding of trade-offs between schedule, scope, and quality - Familiarity with open source software and test-driven development - Background in software development/engineering
Compensation, Benefits & Logistics

 - Competitive Salary. Health Insurance plan for US-based employees. - Full time position, 40 hours per week. REMOTE. No relocation required. - Fun Friday - 20% time working on any project relevant to Zcash of your choice. - Occasional travel for company meetings or other events is expected, approximately quarterly. - Distributed work of this nature requires strong communication / coordination skills. We rely heavily on calendaring, meeting schedules, Slack, and Github to coordinate.
How to apply: Email a resume and cover letter in text or PDF form to jobs [at] z.cash.

atoombs 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Alto (formerly ScriptDash) | San Francisco, CA | Software Engineer | Full Time - Onsite | https://www.alto.com

At Alto 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. We recently announced our series B funding fueling our nationwide expansion. (https://techcrunch.com/2017/06/12/pill-delivery-startup-scri...)

We believe that the status quo in the pharmacy industry is broken and were doing something about it. Were a VC funded ($23 million series B) 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://alto.com/careers?gh_jid=737797

mikebabineau 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Second Measure (YC S15) | SF Bay Area - San Mateo, CA (downtown) | ONSITE | https://secondmeasure.com

Second Measure analyzes credit card data. We process billions of purchases to help investors (VCs and hedge funds) answer questions like:

 - Is Lyft gaining or losing market share in NYC? [1] - How does Blue Apron's retention compare to others'? - Where do ex-Chipotle customers go? - (Check out our research blog [2])
through an analytics platform we build in-house.

Were a 14-person team comprising mostly senior engineers and data scientists. 11 of us are technical, and 4 have PhDs.

Were looking for other strong builders, especially those who can grow into leadership roles:

 - Data Scientist (quantitative PhD preferred) - Data Journalist - Product Designer - Research Analyst - Software Engineer (frontend/backend/data; mid-to-senior+)
I'm a founder (mike@). Submit directly [3] or email jobs@ and CC me.

[1] http://www.sfchronicle.com/business/article/Lyft-gets-boost-...

[2] http://blog.secondmeasure.com/

[3] https://boards.greenhouse.io/secondmeasure

eric_the_read 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Nexia | www.nexiahome.com | Full-stack Ruby / JS (React) Developer | Broomfield, CO | Full Time

ABOUT US: * Profitable home automation business, since 2009 * We integrate Z-wave devices, as well as a number of 3rd-party services including Nest and Alexa

 * A small team (9 developers, 1 UX) backed by the resources of Ingersoll-Rand
Hiring Process: * One phone interview * Onsite interview

 There will be a practial component, intended to show off problem-solving skills, not necessarily esoteric tricks. * Reference checks

 * Full-stack software developer * Technologies include: Ruby without Rails, Ruby on Rails, Sinatra, JS+React * We'd be interested in experience with languages such as Go and/or Elixir as well.

krawczstef 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Stitch Fix | Machine Learning Platform | San Francisco, CA | Full-time | ONSITE, VISA

Stitchfix is a clothing / style personalization service. Search Instagram for #stitchfix, which will tell you a whole lot about us, how much our customers love us and you'll get an idea of our business. Come back when you're done. P.S. we're profitable and did $730M in revenue last year.

Still interested? Well then come build Machine Learning/Algorithm Development tooling in collaboration with the Valleys best Data Scientists at Stitch Fix!

My team's ambition is to build similar tools to Finagle, FB Learner Flow, DeLorean and integrate tools like Airflow, TensorFlow, etc. into a cohesive self-service algorithm development/machine learning platform.

Want to know more about the data-tech behind Stitch Fix? Take another 10mins to browse http://algorithms-tour.stitchfix.com.

I also recommend browsing our "Multithreaded" Tech blog http://multithreaded.stitchfix.com/algorithms/blog/ and other job postings at http://multithreaded.stitchfix.com/careers/

Job post & online application: https://www.stitchfix.com/careers?gh_jid=676840&gh_jid=67684...

Apply using the careers page, but include that you saw the posting on Hacker News. Interview process would be a technical phone screen(s) & a full day or two half day on-sites.

Me: https://www.linkedin.com/in/skrawczyk - I am the tech lead & hiring manager.

Questions? Comments?

ifc 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Qventus | Software Engineer | Mountain View, CA | Onsite

Qventus mission is to simplify how healthcare operates, so that hospitals and caregivers can focus on delivering the best possible care to patients. We think that data and analytics should make it easier for hospital teams to do great things.We use machine learning to create solutions that help healthcare organizations and their people adapt to the variability of the healthcare system and make the right decisions from the most complex data. We believe that small, day-to-day decisions can, over time create massive improvements in healthcare.

We have several positions open:

-- Full Stack Engineers

-- Front End Engineers

-- Mobile Engineer (Android, iOS)

-- Backend Engineers

-- DevOps Engineer

-- QA/Build/Release Engineers

For more information, visit http://www.qventus.com If you are interested please submit your resume to jobs@qventus.com

ethanjdiamond 6 hours ago 0 replies      
98point6 | iOS Developer | Fulltime | Seattle, WA | ONSITE 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.We'd prefer developers who have worked with Swift, but are open to anyone with experience and a desire to learn.https://jobs.lever.co/98point6/73ee1a0a-1552-4033-ad2a-a059e....

ynnak 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Cognii | Boston, MA or remote

 2017-2021 Leading vendor for AI market in education - Technavio 2016 EdTech Innovation of the Year Award Winner 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 Engineers (Senior, Junior)

 - natural language processing - statistical machine learning - syntactic and semantic analysis - information extraction
2. App Developer(s)

 - iOS/Android development - Front End web/app design - Experience with Ruby on Rails a plus
Please send your application and resume to jobs@cognii.com

lillian_vargas 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Seeking PHP Experts | SharpSpring | Gainesville, FL | Onsite, Full Time | https://careers.sharpspring.com

SharpSpring is seeking talented Software Engineers with deep knowledge of PHP to join our development team in Gainesville, FL. Our team is a group of dedicated individuals working to provide the best service possible to our customers using the most innovative solutions. SharpSpring provides excellent benefits and an engaging workplace with talented, friendly coworkers. This position will give you the chance to work with the latest technologies and come up with creative solutions to problems across a wide range of projects. Ownership of product modules is encouraged, and as a member of our team, your contributions will have a positive impact on thousands of customers spanning the globe. We work in an agile environment where input from every developer is welcomed and everyones voice is heard.

tkmcc 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Curalate | Full Stack Developer, Back-end Developer, Front-end Developer, Product Designer, Senior DevOps Engineer, 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, Jenkins - Datastores: Cassandra, MySQL (RDS), DynamoDB, Redis, Redshift, S3 - Data Processing: Storm, Lambda, Kinesis, Kafka, SQS, Spark - Microservices: Finatra/Finagle, Scalatra - Front-end: AngularJS, Less, Gulp, Bower - Image Processing: OpenCV, Caffe - Search: Elasticsearch, Cloudsearch
Although experience with our existing technology stack is great, we're much more interested in hiring developers with exceptional problem solving skills, creative out-of-the-box thinking, and comfort with quickly learning, evaluating, and deploying new technologies. While we're not looking for any specific industry experience you should have a CS degree and/or at least two years of experience and come prepared to join a fast-moving, high-performing team.

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).

bdmorgan 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Motorola Solutions | Cloud Infrastructure Engineering Team | Full time | Seattle or Salt Lake City

On any given day, every moment matters to someone, somewhere. And every moment, Motorola Solutions (https://www.motorolasolutions.com/en_us/products/smart-publi...) innovations, products and services play essential roles in peoples lives. We help firefighters see around buildings and police officers see around street corners. We keep utility workers connected and visible to each other with real-time voice and data communication across the smart grid. And we provide the situational awareness first responders need when a moment brings catastrophe. We help people be their best in their moments that matter.

Looking for experienced engineers capable of implementing and operating platform infrastructure services, CI/CD pipeline, and data/analytics services on AWS. Ideal candidate has 3+ years experience, writes code (GoLang, Python, Node.js, and Java primarily), and has experience building and supporting SLA-backed production services. Automation fanatics will jump to the front of the queue. Any specific knowledge or experience in the areas of security, CI/CD pipelines, performance/scalability engineering, capacity planning, or AWS serverless computing would be awesome.

Contact me at bryan dot morgan at motorolasolutions dot com

devgoth 9 hours ago 0 replies      
LogicGate (https://www.logicgate.com) | Chicago, IL | ONSITE | Front-end EngineerLogicGate is looking for a full time Front-end Engineer. LogicGate is building technology to help businesses automate and track disorganized processes. Our office is in the heart of River North with less than 10 minute walks to Brown/Red/Blue CTA train stations and multiple bus stops. We work with AngularJS, D3, Gulp, SCSS, HTML, and more! We are currently experimenting with Angular 2.0, Docker, and other cutting edge technologies.

To apply, please visit https://logicgate.workable.com/j/754D01A18B

bargl 6 hours ago 0 replies      
TrueForm | QA / Tester | ONSITE | Woodinville, WA | Full-Time | https://trueform.io/

TrueForm | UX/UI Designer | ONSITE | Woodinville, WA | Full-Time | https://trueform.io/

Trueform is trying to re-invent how retail works. We are offering retail as a service. We rent slots in our store to brands who have one off products that they want to get into the hands of their customers. We have flexible options about selling.

Our stack is C# ASP.NET Core backend with a React, Typescript, WebPack front end. I want to throw Orleans in there eventually but right now we're focused on our front end.

About you: We need someone who is a self starter and takes ownership of the tasks they are assigned. If we ask you to design something we'll give you feedback as you see fit but if you have an idea we want to hear it! We don't expect the tester to have technical knowledge but interest in automation would be a huge plus. I'm sorry no developer positions right now.

Please email me elarge [at] apolloroboticstechnology [dot] com. (The company name is ApolloRoboticsTechnology, but we are Doing Business As TrueForm for our storefront)

boyd 6 hours ago 1 reply      
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 apply here: https://onecodex.recruitee.com/o/software-engineer-full-stac...

brettz 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Pornhub | Adult content | Montreal QC | On-site | pornhub.com (NSFW but not if you get the job!)

Come work at the 21st highest trafficked website in the world. We are looking for:

-Data Scientist with search/recommendation experience

-Senior PHP/C++ developer

-Android developer

-Marketing/PR Manager

Must be willing to relocate to Montreal.

Email me your CV: jobs@pornhub.com

superscalar 7 hours ago 0 replies      
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, Docker, Kubernetes, Ansible, C, C++, Java, Haskell, Julia, 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 - Linux infrastructure engineer / Sysadmin / SRE / DevOps engineer 
More information can be found at http://gambitresearch.com/jobs.html

emgeee 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Booster Fuels | San Francisco Bay Area | Backend Engineer, Android Engineer | ONSITE

Booster is an on-demand gasoline company on a mission to rid the world of the gas station. We just closed a $20m series B and are looking to expand our team.

At Booster, you'd work with a small (but growing!) engineering team on a variety of problems including mapping, operational logistics, vehicle routing, and more! As we're a company that owns our trucks, you'd also have the opportunity to hack on hardware and build the energy delivering vehicle of the future!

More about us: https://www.trybooster.com/about

Career openings: https://www.trybooster.com/careers#openings

tonyleask 1 hour ago 0 replies      
Dictionary.com | Multiple Developer Openings | Oakland, CA & Los Angeles, CA | ONSITE, FTE, VISA, SALARY:DOE, http://www.dictionary.com

Do you love to build and launch products at consumer scale? Do you thrive in small team environments? Do you have a strong preference for TDD / BDD or similar development methodologies? Do you have a strong track record of continuously improving great software? Each month, Dictionary.com helps more than 70 million monthly users attain language success. Our leading mobile applications have been downloaded more than 100 million times and we are just getting started! We are hard at work reinventing the dictionary as a platform that will enable and inspire social connection, communication, learning, creativity and expression in the connected world. We are looking for experienced, full-stack software engineers who have dealt with the challenges of scaling consumer applications.

Skills needed:- Mastery at least one modern (PHP, JavaScript, Ruby) backend stack. - Work experience with any of the following: Node, React or Angular.js. - Solid understanding of both SQL and NoSQL; strong experience with at least one NoSQL-database. - Strong knowledge of *nix.

Benefits: - Unlimited vacation - Competitive salary plus bonus - Great benefits (medical, dental, vision, 401k matching, legal insurance, pet insurance) - Unlimited snacks/drinks, frozen yogurt and beer on tap in our barcade (as in beer and arcades) - Relocation assistance (if moving to the SF Bay Area) - Close to many public transit options (BART, Ferry, AC Transit) - Subsidized dollars towards public transit or parking garage - Tuition Reimbursement

OUR CURRENT OPENINGsSenior Software Engineer (Oakland): http://smrtr.io/d_HWGgFull-Stack Developer (Oakland): http://smrtr.io/hLIKEASenior Software Engineer (Los Angeles): http://smrtr.io/2LpMkw

For a list of all our current openings, visit: http://content.dictionary.com/about/careers (or e-mail jobs@dictionary.com)

About our company: http://content.dictionary.com For more jobs, visit: http://iac.com/careers/job-listings

evantahler 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Voom (Airbus) | Seattle | Full-time (ONSITE) | https://www.voom.flights, https://www.airbus-sv.com/projects/2

Voom (Airbus) is looking for a Senior Ruby Engineer. We are using Rails to make booking a helicopter as easy as booking a car. We are multi-lingual and multi-national, operating mostly in LATAM for now. We believe in a vertically-traveling future for our cities, and are doing what we can with todays platforms to make it possible.

We just passed a big project milestone, and are now able to build an in-house product team, centered in Seattle. We work in Agile/XP style with pairing, TDD, etc. We are using Rails to solve some interesting problems around pooling & routing, air traffic management, and more.

Later this year, well be looking for junior engineers as well!

You can learn more about the position & project here: [A](https://www.airbus-sv.com/projects/2) and www.voom.flights

vimarshk 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Okta | SF, Toronto, Seattle, London | Full-time, On SiteWe 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

tjlivesey 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Thriva | Full-stack engineer, Lead engineer | London, UK | Full time - ONSITE | thriva.co

At Thriva, we are on a mission to empower people to take control of their health. We think that we will soon look back and think it was crazy how little we tracked and understood our internal health and Thriva is going to be the one to change that. Hopefully with your help! Weve started by making it simple to track the most valuable internal health data and weve built a platform on top of a slick home testing service. That's just the start. Were a growing team of tech, product, marketing and medical people with fantastic investors.

Technologies we currently use:

Ruby, RailsVue.js, NodePostgreSQL, Redis, RabbitMQHeroku, AWS


pdevine 6 hours ago 0 replies      
TaskRabbit | Fullstack React.js / Ruby Engineer | San Francisco | Onsite | Visa considered | https://tr.co/

Each day brings more chores and less time to accomplish them. Whether someone needs a handyman, house cleaner, mover or delivery person, TaskRabbit delights clients by matching the right skilled person in minutes. On the other side of the marketplace we help our Taskers earn a living by setting their own prices, defining their working hours, and give them control to help people when and how they want in the most supportive marketplace.

You'll be a member of our engineering team, helping us build out the web applications that drive our business. We have applications for clients to hire taskers, for taskers to register with the platform, and for our internal users to administer the service. We use React.js on the frontend, and Rails on the backend. We're ideally looking for a full stack engineer but would be thrilled to hire a competent front-end engineer who has aspirations to learn Rails someday.

Job Description: http://grnh.se/pl7qst1

jrozner 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Prevoty | Software Engineer | Los Angeles, Redwood City, or Remote | Fulltime | ONSITE or REMOTE

Prevoty is a Runtime Application Self Protection company founded in 2013 that builds language plugins to provide mitigation to security vulnerabilities without the need for modification of applications. The plugins utilize instrumentation and middleware to automatically insert hooks into the application to perform detection and mitigation of common vulnerability classes such as many of those listed in the OWASP Top 10.

Open Roles

- Language Integration Engineer (Ruby, Python, PHP, Node.js, Lua, or Go w/ C, C++, or Rust)

This role specifically is to work on integration of the sections of engine written in C, C++, and Rust into the host languages (Ruby, Python, PHP, Node.js, Lua, Go, Java, .net) utilizing their respective FFI support and own the supporting plugins building an maintaining instrumentation and the supporting functionality.

- Parser Engineer (C++, ANTLR)

Developer to work on SQL parser and tree construction. Candidate will be dealing with large ANTLR grammars and its C++ backend to build trees for export to other programming languages to perform semantic analysis of SQL queries.

carreers [at] prevoty.com

epberry 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Perceive | Software Engineer | West Lafayette, IN | ONSITE | https://www.perceiveinc.com

Perceive is a computer vision startup based in West Lafayette, IN working to improve customer service in retail stores. Weve obtained over a million dollars in seed funding to create the first digital assistant for a physical store. Were looking for a full-time software engineer interested in building a reliable, cost-optimal pipeline to run computer vision and machine learning modules in the cloud. This person will work independently on open-ended problems and own the infrastructure behind Perceives advanced video processing pipeline. The day-to-day includes diving headfirst into complex topics, including: cloud security, distributed work queues, distributed monitoring, real-time messaging, and database schema design. Strong communication skills and a go-with-the-flow attitude are also important as we are a young company that is moving fast. Compensation includes salary and equity befitting an early employee. Semi-remote work available.

Required Skills: 2+ years writing Python, Software engineering skills (version control, issue tracking, code review). Cloud or server programming, Able to effectively communicate complex technical ideas

Experience with at least one of the following: Securing cloud software, Database schema design, Django or equivalent web framework, Celery or equivalent distributed task queue

How to Apply:Email your resume to hello@perceiveinc.com along with a few sentences telling us about yourself, why you might want to work at Perceive, and what you think of Elon Musks description of AI as the greatest existential threat facing humanity.

westi 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Automattic | Front-end, Back-end | Full-time | Worldwide Telecommute | REMOTE | http://automattic.com/work-with-us/

Automattic is currently hiring for a variety of positions.

We are passionate about making the web a better place and are strong believers in Open Source. We build WordPress.com, contribute to the WordPress Open Source project (http://wordpress.org) and work on a lot of other really cool stuff including CloudUp, Gravatar and Akismet.Join us if you are passionate about making the web a better place.

If you like solving interesting problems in different ways, are passionate about giving people the platform to share their knowledge, views etc we would love to hear from you :)

Head here to read more - http://automattic.com/work-with-us/

hmoody 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Literably | Software Engineer | Full Time | ONSITE | San Francisco

Literably (https://literably.com) is an education technology company that provides early literacy assessment services to elementary schools. We're automating a time-consuming set of manual assessment procedures that have changed little since the 1970s, despite touching the majority of children in the U.S. Our early customers include some of America's largest school districts, and we're backed by top education investors, including Alan Louie, Mike Greenfield, WebAssign founder Brian Marks, and Higher One founder Miles Lasater.

We're looking for engineer #1. This position is located in San Francisco. We mostly work in Python/Django (though previous Python experience is unnecessary). You'll have huge levels of product ownership, highly competitive compensation, and the opportunity to positively affect outcomes for children.

If this appeals to you, we'd love to be in touch. Shoot us an email at jobs@literably.com.

RoboCuz 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Localytics | Boston | Sr. Full Stack, Sr. Front End, Mobile, Sr. Back End Big Data, Managers, Solutions Consultants, Solutions Architects | ONSITE

Localytics provides a mobile engagement platform for many of the worlds top app publishers including ESPN, Grindr, GoPro, and HBO. Our customers rely on us to keep their mobile users happy and engaged. We provide tools to drive great app experiences including push messaging, mobile analytics, predictive analytics, and individualized in-app experiences.Localytics is hiring engineers to help us with:

 - Front End development and data visualizations with React/Redux/Webpack - iOS, Android, JavaScript SDKs - Data platform technologies - Microservices on Play with Scala - Delivery and Internal Tools - Technical Operations - Ruby on Rails
To apply or learn more about our opportunities send an email to jobs@localytics.com

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

alie 7 hours ago 0 replies      
System1 | Los Angeles, CA | ONSITE

System1(formerly OpenMail), an adtech startup based in Venice Beach, is hiring!

DevOps Engineer: AWS, Python http://system1.com/job-listing/98f3de21-d010-4cdf-b4e2-a3409...

Data Analyst (A/B Testing): SQL, Strong Statistics background (Stats Masters or PhD preferred)http://system1.com/job-listing/8dd08a47-5e78-4250-bf08-8acf5...

Software Engineer: Python http://system1.com/job-listing/a2612066-fef4-458c-b216-19b27...

Senior Software Engineer: 4+ years of Python experiencehttp://system1.com/job-listing/46b7b99f-18d1-47c5-bd3f-6c400...


System1 | Seattle, WA | ONSITE

System1 is also hiring in our Bellevue office!

Senior Software Engineer: 4+ years of Python experiencehttp://system1.com/job-listing/d94c450b-da6f-465e-a6a7-796a0...

hyperlogic 6 hours ago 0 replies      
High Fidelity -- San Francisco, CA -- Fulltime, ONSITE but work from home friendly.

High Fidelity is a San Francisco-based company working on Virtual Reality (VR) technology. The company has developed an open-source application for building and deploying virtual environments (domains) to desktop and server computers. The virtual domains are designed to be social and interactive, meaning they allow for the real-time addition, rearrangement, and gross modification of 3D assets in a hosted environment being used simultaneously by multiple users. Our goal is to deploy an open, flexible platform for a variety of VR applications rather than a specific, narrow VR experience.

We are looking for software engineers with solid experience in C++ and Javascript to help us build the Metaverse. Openings can be viewed at http://highfidelity.com/jobs.

cubistml 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Cubist Systematic Strategies | Machine Learning Researcher | New York, Bay Area, London | Onsite | Full Time and Interns

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 researchers who have a curiosity about financial markets, a passion for seeing research through from initial conception to eventual application, and a healthy streak of creativity. Some successful researchers have joined us from similar backgrounds at other firms. Others have joined from related fields or directly from academia and have thrived with hands on guidance from our large team of experienced portfolio managers and researchers.

To learn more or apply, send an email with your CV to ml@cubistsystematic.com.

eatonphil 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Linode | Software Developer | Python, Perl | ONSITE: Philadelphia | Full-time | https://www.linode.com/careers

Linode | Front-end Developer | Javascript | ONSITE: Philadelphia | Full-time | https://www.linode.com/careers

Obligatory marketing copy: Linode was launched in June of 2003 by founder Christopher S. Aker. Initial development took about 6 months. Linode was ahead of its time and helped define the cloud hosting industry, and continues to be a leader in virtualization hosting.Check out the (open source) work we're doing on the replacement for our classic frontend [0] and get a glimpse at the work we're doing on spicing up our API [1]. Contact info is in my profile if you'd like to chat!

[0] https://github.com/linode/manager

[1] https://developers.linode.com/v4/introduction

jabdulius 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Coffee Meets Bagel | Engineering Manager, Backend | San Francisco | Full-Time, ONSITE, https://jobs.lever.co/coffeemeetsbagel/70425a5d-b1a1-44c8-88...

Hey Im Karim, CTO at Coffee Meets Bagel. Im looking for a new engineering manager for my backend team.

You'll be responsible for leading a team of 5 backend engineers working on building out new APIs for our Android and iOS apps to consume, scaling out our infrastructure to support millions of users, and working on internal tools and data pipelines.

Coffee Meets Bagel is a dating app that focuses on quality over quantity. We have a great reputation in the industry and are growing FAST. 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!https://coffeemeetsbagel.com/jobs/

PS. We're also looking for a senior data scientist:https://jobs.lever.co/coffeemeetsbagel/e90ee127-646e-43b8-a6...

richwagner 6 hours ago 0 replies      
MAARK | Senior Web Engineer | Cambridge, MA | Full-time | Onsite

MAARK, a strategic marketing and innovation agency, is hiring a Senior Web Engineer who can develop and implement fullstack responsive/MVC web apps and websites with a high degree of focus on the visual design and the overall UX. As a dev team, we work on creative projects, utilize a wide variety of fullstack technologies (e.g., React, Marrionette, Node.js, Laravel), and empower our developers to create innovative solutions and explore/learn emerging tech.

We are hiring primarily for a full time role in our Cambridge, MA office, with considerable work-at-home flexibility. We will consider remote per case.

For full details on position, check out https://maark.workable.com/jobs/495524. For info on MAARK, see https://www.maark.com/

To apply or for questions, email me (I head up engineering) directly at rwagner@maark.com. (Please no recruiters.)

paupino_masano 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Xero | Senior C# Engineer, Android Engineer, iOS Engineer | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE https://xero.com

Were one of the fastest growing SaaS companies in the world. We are the leader in beautiful small business accounting and productivity software complete with payroll, inventory and more. And we combine the dynamic pace of a startup with the security of $375M in funding.

We offer a competitive salary, shares in the company and a great office environment including endless ping pong matches, impromptu happy hours, and a killer roof deck overlooking the stunning San Francisco Bay.

We're looking to build out our team of .NET, Android and iOS engineers to work on fun and innovative new products in the exciting world of FinTech. Find out more about these open positions on our careers site:

* .NET Engineer: https://app.jobvite.com/j?cj=oZ4H5fwz&s=Hacker_News

* Android Engineer: https://app.jobvite.com/j?cj=oe8k5fwv&s=Hacker_News

* iOS Engineer: https://app.jobvite.com/j?cj=ok8M4fw2&s=Hacker_News

philfreo 4 hours ago 0 replies      
Close.io | REMOTE


- Python or JS Engineers who sweat Product Details


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=HNAug17

JessicaTenuta 3 hours ago 0 replies      
Packback | Chicago, IL | Full-time, Onsite


Frontend Engineer w/ Web Content Accessibility Specialization

What we do:

Our mission is to wake up the fearless, relentless curiosity inside every student.

Packback creates AI-powered learning communities that improve critical thinking and support curiosity in college students. The Packback AI coaches students on how to ask better questions while they type, identifies the best content within each community, grades the posts based on the soft skills displayed within the post, and moderates the community to maintain a focus on open-ended, high-level discussion. Our AI was informed by our research on student engagement and post quality, and guided by Bloom's Taxonomy of Cognition.

What tech / standards you'll work with:

SASS, Angular 4 (and AngularJS), our Living Style Guide (Atomic Design), working with working with micro-service oriented architecture on our backend, WCAG 2.0 Standards for accessibility, User Experience



Contact for Questions:

Jessica Tenuta


arbesfeld 9 hours ago 0 replies      
LogRocket | Cambridge, MA | Boston, MA | Full Time, Onsite | https://logrocket.com

LogRocket is a logging service that helps developers fix problems in their apps by letting them replay bugs. Our product is used by hundreds of companies like UserTesting, Carfax, and NBC to eliminate the guesswork for developers as they fix bugs. We are a few engineers today and looking to double our team in the next few months. If you are interested in joining at the ground-floor of a venture-funded, fast-growing company, feel free to reach out to matt at logrocket dot com.

mjoris 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Pindrop | Test Automation Engineer | Atlanta, GA | Onsite

Full Time | Current U.S. work authorization required

Pindrop is redefining security for voice transactions. We're the only team in the industry with the technology to detect and assess identity over the phone. Our flagship fraud detection product has expanded globally, and we're now building a brand new voice authentication product.

For this new Authentication product, we are looking for a Test Automation Engineer to assist with building the test automation framework. We're looking for strong Python programming skills and an engineer who will act as the team's specialist in testing and quality improvements.

Please check out further details for this role and other opportunities and apply via our website: https://www.pindrop.com/careers-open-positions/

You can also email talent@pindrop.com for more details.

epberry 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Perceive | Hardware Engineer | West Lafayette, IN | ONSITE | https://www.perceiveinc.com

Perceive is a computer vision startup based in West Lafayette, IN working to improve customer service in retail stores. Weve obtained over a million dollars in seed funding to create the first digital assistant for a physical store. Were looking for a hardware hacker to design, prototype, and manufacture the next version of our patent-pending camera hardware. This is a full time position starting in Fall 2017 in West Lafayette, IN. As the first dedicated hardware engineer at Perceive, this position comes with great power, but also great responsibility. Our immediate needs include: design and testing of new device packaging, circuit design for two new components on a peripheral board, and coordination of manufacturing for a five-hundred unit production run. This hardware engineer, working closely with our CEO who has been leading hardware development thus far, must be a strong communicator and extremely organized engineer. Previous experience developing embedded software would also be very valuable. Compensation includes salary and equity befitting an early employee.

Required Skills: Circuit Design, preferably in power electronics, motor control, and/or digital electronics, Microcontroller interfacing, Prior experience planning and completing a complex hardware project, Able to effectively communicate complex technical ideas

Experience with at least one of the following: CAD (designing and prototyping a mechanical system), Python, 3D printing, Plastic injection molding, Supply chain management (on a small-scale)

How to Apply:Email your resume to hello@perceiveinc.com along with a few sentences telling us about yourself, why you might want to work at Perceive, and what you think of Elon Musks description of AI as the greatest existential threat facing humanity.

chutchins 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Grove | Full Stack Engineer + QA Engineer | San Francisco

Grove is a seed-funded company with a bold vision to democratize access to personalized financial advice. We're currently tackling this opportunity by building products and services to make our team of financial advisors 10x as efficient and to replace the archaic software that plagues this industry.

We're looking for two engineers to join our team of 7: 1) A developer with 4+ years of full-stack experience to help evolve our infrastructure, client-facing apps, and internal tools. 2) A QA Engineer with 3+ years experience in QA to help refine our processes, infrastructure, client-facing apps, and internal tools

More info on both here: https://jobs.lever.co/usegrove.com

We offer competitive salaries, generous equity, full benefits, 401(k), daily lunches, and flexible work hours/PTO.

Please email me, Chris Hutchins (Founder/CEO), if you'd like to chat more: chris@usegrove.com

cybus 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Cybus.io | Hamburg, Germany | Frontend Developer (m/f) | Full time | ONSITEWe are on a mission to bring the power of the Internet to industrial settings. Industry 4.0 is about value-adding applications and services, not dealing with connectivity issues. Cybus is a young tech company for the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT), based in Hamburg, Germany, making it secure and easy to acquire, provide and use industrial data.Cybus is looking for an motivated Frontend Developer (m/f). If youre as excited as we are about the latest technologies in the fast paced JavaScript world, our microservice architecture based on Node.js and Docker will be a pleasure for you.You ideally if you have strong expertise with Java Script, HTML and CSS. Some experience with JS technologies like Node.js, Angular.js, React.js oder Ember.js and enjoy building awesome applications from scratch.What We offer - a young & motivated tech company.- startup opportunities, atmosphere and latest industry gadgets- Family first policy flexible working hours and spare time- fresh fruits, juice and fantastic coffee.- regular team events and relaxed after-work activities.- attractive additional serviceswww.cybus.io/de/tech-jobs-de/frontend-entwickler-mw/Contact: career[at]cybus.io Please send email with 'Hacker News' in subject line.
jordanf 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Rocketmiles | Chicago, IL | On-Site

Rocketmiles helps frequent travelers take more vacations. Our team is headquartered in Chicago's West Loop with a satellite office in Dumbo, Brooklyn.

We're currently looking for:

* Grails / Kotlin / Java / Backend developers (Chicago)

* Frontend Engineer - Angular (Chicago)

* Data Engineer (Chicago or NYC)

* QA Engineer (Chicago)

* Senior Systems Engineer (Chicago)

I lead our product team, so please reach out to me directly (jordan@rocketmiles.com) if you are interested, or head to rocketmiles.com/jobs for more information.

analyst74 4 hours ago 0 replies      
TuneIn | San Francisco, Los Angeles | ONSITE, US remote OK

We're an online listening(radio, sport, podcasts, etc) startup with 70 million active users in a very competitive market. The company is about 150 people, with steady revenue and plenty funding. Good perks, interesting problems and great work life balance. More details here: http://tunein.com/careers/

Feel free to apply directly from career page, or send me your resume at byang@tunein.com and I'll make sure they are seen by our recruiters.

g_delgado14 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Homigo | Toronto, Canada | Full-time | Onsite (Competitive Salary + stock options)

Were on a mission to create a home maintenance service so simple to use that homeowners can just forget about it.

Were a small team every engineer at Homigo has an outsized impact, and youll lead the development of projects that define the future of the company. Our culture is collaborative, focused, and fast-paced.


About our team: - Aggressively solving the problems in a highly fragmented and massive market(700B industry with very poor user experience) - Composed of 500 Startups, UofWaterloo, UofToronto, Harvard, and Next36 engineers

 - Fast growing company on clear path to being cash flow positive (Serving many happy customers since day one and growing customer base MoM)
Check out our home page at homigo.com


Roles: -- Lead Software Engineer

 -- Front-End Engineer -- Software Engineer, Full Stack -- Software Engineer, Mobile
Check out our jobs at https://angel.co/myhomigo/jobs

dcalendly 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Calendly | Atlanta, GA / ONSITE / Full Time

Looking for Ruby on Rails developers to join our team! We are changing the way scheduling is done.

Senior Full Stack Engineer - https://hire.withgoogle.com/public/jobs/calendly/view/P_AAAA...

Engineering Manager - https://hire.withgoogle.com/public/jobs/calendly/view/P_AAAA...

seancoleman 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Drawbackwards | Remote-First (Phoenix, AZ) | Front-end developer, Full-stack developer (PHP/Laravel) | Contractor

Drawbackwards is A UX design agency in Phoenix, AZ. At Drawbackwards we design business success. We create meaningful software products and user experience for a variety of clients. You'll get to work on a multitude of projects with a talented, fully-distributed team.

Email Sean Coleman: seanc@drawbackwards.com

egillie 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Flexport | San Francisco | Full-Time | On-Site

Flexport is a platform for global trade in an industry that comprises 12% of the global GDP. We are building products that are enabling anyone to participate in trade regardless of geographic, regulatory or logistical boundaries. By dramatically simplifying the process of importing goods from overseas, we aim to empower a new generation of entrepreneurs benefitting from the wonders of international trade.

To keep up with our 20% MoM growth in this multi-trillion-dollar industry and international expansion, were growing our team by ~3 engineers per month in our downtown SF HQ. Check us out if you:

-Care about the real world functionality of your programming

-Want to be part of a close-knit engineering team that releases new code multiple times per day

-Take a product-first approach to building software

-Have a desire to build scalable programs that standardize information flow and increase operational capacity

Our stack: React + Rails + Postgres with some Python sneaking in.

Want to learn more? Email moira@flexport.com or check out our site https://www.flexport.com/careers/department/engineering

d8niel 2 hours ago 0 replies      
drchrono | Senior Software Engineer, API Engineer, Full Stack Engineer, Backend Engineer | Mountain View | Full Time, VISA, https://www.drchrono.com

If revolutionizing healthcare excites you, join our growing team and help us achieve our mission to build better software for doctors and patients and improve healthcare for all. drchrono was founded and is led by two software engineers, Michael Nusimow and Daniel Kivatinos. Unlike other healthcare companies, our company is built from the ground up to address modern healthcare through technology and innovation. We believe in open APIs and being part of an open ecosystem.

We are a YCombinator funded Silicon Valley startup working out of the chronoplex in Mountain View, CA and Hunt Valley, Maryland. Since our inception, we have attracted over 100k physicians, 10 million patients, and have been to the White House to discuss how technology can solve healthcare problems as part of the Obama Administrations Precision Medicine Initiative . So far weve booked 20+ million patient appointments and processed 1.5 billion dollars in medical billing per year. drchrono is ranked by INC 500 as one of the fastest growing private companies in America. We are an official Apple Mobility Partner with our industry leading EHR (Electronic Health Records) iPad app.

drchrono Engineering plays a critical role delivering innovative products from inception to mass adoption. Youll be able to use your expertise and creative talents to build things working closely with product, design, and other departments. We have the mind and soul of SaaS startup and youll be able to build world class software that delights users and can scale to millions of people. The ideal candidate will be comfortable in a fluid start-up environment and will bring an energetic, fun and creative approach to their work. You could be an experienced engineer or a recent graduate eager to learn and get involved at all stages of the development lifecycle.

Apply here! https://www.drchrono.com/careers/

or email your cv to careers at drchrono dot com

gugachiu 6 hours ago 0 replies      
OpenGov | San Francisco/Redwood City | Onsite | https://www.opengov.com

Work with awesome people and make a difference!

OpenGov's mission is to power more effective and accountable governments. We build financial software for planning, performance monitoring, and citizen engagement that serves as the technology backbone for the modernization of government. We are a series C company backed by Andreessen Horowitz and Emerson Collective. We've had a strong speaking presence in conferences like ReactConf. Contact me if you're interested in making a positive civic impact in a breakout company with great technology. (cchiu@opengov.com)

Ideal candidate are people interested in:

* Social/Civic Impact

* Data modeling and systems (Postgres, Kafka, Spark)

* Ruby on Rails / React / Redux

* Data Analytics and Visualization

Check us out at: https://opengov.com/careers

rwalker 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Apple, Inc. | Cupertino

Apples Siri is looking for exceptional engineers, designers, and project managers well versed in machine learning, natural language, speech recognition, server automation, and/or mobile software development. Siri is used on countless iOS, tvOS and watchOS devices and handles over a billion requests per week.

If youre passionate about productivity, metrics, media, building internal tools or one of a variety of our open positions, youll be right at home!

Apply online or send a resume and a feature request to brittanyd@apple.com.

quadrature 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Shopify | Developer | Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Waterloo, San Francisco | FULL-TIME ONSITE REMOTE VISA | http://shopify.com

Shopify is a platform that allows entrepreneurs to easily setup an online store. We build solutions that empower merchants no matter what their size is. 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, Mysql and Redis. Our data infrastructure uses Kafka, HDFS, Zookeeper and we use PySpark and Sklearn for our data modeling and machine learning tasks. If you're interested in building tools that empower Entrepreneurs come take a look at who we are and what we're doing

- blog: https://engineering.shopify.com/

- github: https://github.com/Shopify

- job postings: https://jobs.lever.co/shopify?lever-via=XBuWsYM_Q2

jisaacso 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Quora | ML Engineer | Mountain View | ONSITE, www.quora.com/careers

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

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

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

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....

Karsone 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Vin65 | Full Stack, Ruby, Front-End Engineer | Onsite | Vancouver, Canada | www.vin65.com

Are you tired of working for a company where you dont have a voice, or an opportunity to use new technologies?Weve build a tech team that pushes each other forward, encourages constant pairing, and prides ourselves on giving constructive code and feature reviews.

Vin65 is a growing, profitable company that is looking to expand our team. We build an eCommerce platform and an iPad point-of-sale for wineries across the US, Canada, and Australia. Were like Shopify, but for wine.

Weve been working in Ruby on Rails, and have also started services built with AWS Lambda on the Serverless framework.

Apply at https://www.vin65.com/About-Us/Careers, or email me karson@vin65.com

camerond 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Carnegie Mellon University | Cloud Education Research Programmer | Pittsburgh, PA | Full-time, Onsite

The Computer Science Department is seeking a Cloud Education Research Programmer to work on an exciting new opportunity. You will be working with Prof. Majd Sakr, who with his team developed a project-based online Cloud Computing course. You are responsible for developing new projects using the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and will be responsible for maintaining, enhancing, testing, and debugging the web-based applications that are used to administer projects of the online Cloud Computing course and other CMU CS courses.

* Design and implement educational projects to run on cloud infrastructure. Migrate existing projects from Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure to the Google Cloud Platform.

* Developing the front-end application through which projects are developed and students complete projects.

* Experience with Cloud platforms preferable GCP, Azure, or Amazon Web Services (AWS).

* Experience with Django, Bootstrap, ReactJS, and JavaScript charting libraries is highly desired.

Learn more and apply at https://cmu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=2005...

amitklein 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Nexar | https://www.getnexar.com/ | Tel Aviv, Bangalore, New York, San Francisco | ONSITE

Nexar is building the first over-the-top vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) network on the planet, to predict and prevent accidents. We use AI, machine vision, sensor fusion, real-time networking and quite a few other buzzwords to create a new, delightful, and really safe, driving experience, powered by your smartphone, with the potential of saving the 1,300,000 people who die on the road every year.

On the way, we capture and understand driving the worlds roads probably better than anyone else, with drivers from dozens of countries using Nexar for their commute or as part of their job. Since launching last fall, we have grown to the point where were over 20X larger than Googles self-driving fleet, and were just getting started.

Thats where you get into the picture. We are looking for some really smart, really passionate, and really mission-driven people to bring into our growing team, and help us meet the scale and opportunity in front of us.

We have a lot of openings:TLV: Algorithms (AI), Deep Learning, Research, Mobile Engineerings TLV: Associate Product ManagerTLV/NY/SF: Growth/BDBangalore: Full Stack Web Engineers

You can view openings at: https://www.getnexar.com/jobs/

okhan 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Instructure | Salt Lake City, Seattle, Chicago | ONSITE | https://instructure.com/

Help us build open-source software for education: http://code.instructure.com/

We're hiring for a range of engineering roles. See here for the list of open positions: https://jobs.lever.co/instructure?lever-via=IQ-V_FRhae&team=...

Our main stack is Ruby on Rails + React, but we also work with Go, Clojure, Node and other technologies. We have plenty of hard engineering problems for you to sink your teeth into, and endless opportunities to learn!

Our culture is engineering-driven and very work-from-home-friendly (although we are not hiring 100% remote at present).Great benefits (including unlimited vacation) and competitive salary.

Feel free to email me at okhan(at)instructure(dot)com if you have any questions (I am an engineer not a recruiter).

arobbins 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Factual | Engineers and data lovers | Los Angeles, Shanghai | www.factual.com/jobs#openings

Factual is currently hiring engineers and data lovers of all levels in 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

atishd 9 hours ago 0 replies      
EquityZen | Front-End Software Engineer | Manhattan, NYC | Onsite | Full Time

EquityZen is an early-mid stage financial technology company, backed by leading venture and PE investors. Our platform enables large, private companies to deliver liquidity to their shareholders, while providing investors access to invest in these proven, pre-IPO companies. EquityZen has served 70+ premier tech and digital health companies, and is proud to be considered a liquidity provider by 1 out of 3 of the largest unicorns.

A testament to EquityZen's secure, paperless, and industry-defining online investment platform, we have successfully completed 1500+ private placement transactions. Watch this short video to learn more: equityzen.com/press

EquityZen's investors include pedigreed VCs like Tim Draper as well as Wall St behemoths like WorldQuant. Members of our team have deep experience in both software engineering and financial technology, with prior experience at institutions such as AQR Capital Management, J.P. Morgan, and Symantec. Check out the team here: equityzen.com/team

We're looking for a front-end heavy full-stack software engineer as we bring private markets to the public.

Meet us & get started here: https://jobs.lever.co/equityzen/?lever-source=HackerNews

chmille4 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Frameshift Genomics | Backend Engineers, Frontend Web Developers | Boston, MA

Frameshift Genomics (http://frameshift.io) is hiring backend engineers and web developers to work on the iobio project (http://iobio.io), building a real-time genomics analysis platform.Web developers will be creating web applications with functionality ranging from visualizing terabytes of biological data to fine grained interrogation of disease causing mutations that open the world of complex genomic analysis to medical professionals and scientists with limited or no experience in computational analysis. These applications are built on our technology stack, consisting of a node web service backend, which streams analysis results via websockets to the web applications, where results are visualized using D3. The successful applicant will be involved in further developing the iobio framework (client libraries and server), designing and building new web apps, and creating new visualizations.For backend engineers we are looking to create systems that will analyze huge amounts of genomic data, support the visualization and collaboration needs of our web apps, and provide a robust API for data visualization. We are built on AWS and are looking to leverage the cloud wherever possible, but will most likely require traditional server setups for clients with sensitive patient data. The successful applicant will be involved in both designing and building these systems. Remuneration will include both a competitive salary and stock in Frameshift Genomics. Contact us at cmiller@frameshift.io

tapanjk 8 hours ago 0 replies      
RedMart | Tech Lead / Senior Software Engineer / Front End Developer / Senior Android Developer | Full Time | Onsite | Bangalore

RedMart [1] is a tech and logistics company that does grocery retail in Singapore. We have software development teams in Singapore and Bangalore, and we are hiring for a number of positions at the Bangalore center.

Our Tech Stack: Microservices written in Java or Scala using Play Framework and Akka; React or AngularJs for web apps; MongoDB, PostgreSQL, Cassandra for storage; AWS infrastructure, with HAProxy, Nginx, Redis; Chef deployments; GitHub, Travis CI and JIRA for development tools; testing with JUnit, ScalaTest, FrisbyJS, Calabash and Selenium; AWS Kinesis, Spark and AWS Redshift for our data infrastructure.

We are looking at you if you have:

- Perseverance. Building a great company that customers love is hard work. Many challenges await and we are looking for team members we can count on when things get tough.

- Impact. We are results oriented. We value people who focus on the right things and get them done.

- Customer focus. Everything we do starts from our customers -- external and internal.

- Passion and aptitude for solving difficult problems with technology.

- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Interested? Email tapan.karecha [at] redmart.com

[1]: https://redmart.com/

nwinter 6 hours ago 0 replies      
CodeCombat (YC W14) | FULL-TIME | ONSITE | San Francisco | Senior Backend Engineer, Senior Frontend Engineer, and Sales Development RepresentativeCodeCombat (http://codecombat.com/about) is a programming game for learning to code. We are currently 13 people, funded by a16z and YC, in SF, aiming to level up computer science education both in and out of the classroom. Long term, we are evolving education through game-based learning. We're 100% open source and hiring for roles on both sales and engineering. See https://jobs.lever.co/codecombat for more details.
cybus 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Cybus.io | Hamburg, Germany | Node.JS Developer (m/f) | Full time | ONSITECybus is looking for a motivated Senior Node.js Developer (m/f). You will build a robust, modular system to deliver flexible solutions to our customers. Drive our middleware forward in terms of scalability and reliability and ensure that our system stays cutting-edge while keeping high quality standards.You ideally if you enjoy building awesome applications from scratch. You're excellent knowledge of best practices in JavaScript and a deep understanding of Test Driven Development & Clean Code.What We offer - a young & motivated tech company.- startup opportunities, atmosphere and latest industry gadgets- Family first policy flexible working hours and spare time- fresh fruits, juice and fantastic coffee.- regular team events and relaxed after-work activities.- attractive additional serviceshttps://www.cybus.io/de/tech-jobs-de/senior-node-js-entwickl...Contact: career[at]cybus.io Please send email with 'Hacker News' in subject line.
nahyunk 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Twine | San Francisco, CA | FULL TIME | ONSITE



Open positions:

- Full Stack Developer (Ruby on Rails)

- iOS Engineer

- Senior Software Engineer - Frontend

- Senior Engineer - Backend

- Engagement Marketing Lead

- UX Researcher & Designer

- Customer Support Manager


Twine is the only smart savings app built for two. It's a simple way to get saving together, get investing together, and get to the future together.

This is an exciting time for us as we finalize the buildout of an ambitious iOS app and gear up for a public launch this fall. Our work involves complex integrations with leading aggregation and clearing APIs to enable real-time money movement, automated portfolio management and intelligent financial guidance.

Twine operates as an independent group within John Hancock (a leading Fortune 500 financial services company). We combine the fast pace, rapid iterations, camaraderie and fun of an early-stage startup with the backing of an established company with over 150 years of history and millions of customers.

We are currently looking to grow our team. Find more information here https://angel.co/twine or https://twine.com/

Or feel free to directly get in touch with me, Nahyun (Team Operations) here: nahyun@twine.com. Let's chat!

captaintobs 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Scribd | Senior Recommendations/Search 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.

Our team is looking for smart engineers to work on our recommendation and search systems. You should have a strong machine learning background with experience in search or recommendations with a production system or a MS/PHD in a related field. Scala/Spark and SQL experience is a plus. We are also looking for senior Rails engineers.

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.

If you have questions you can reach me at toby at scribd.com. I am happy to answer any question related to this role. Please apply directly via https://boards.greenhouse.io/scribd/jobs/76773. NB, we are also hiring for a lot of other positions: https://www.scribd.com/about/jobs.

bflesch 5 hours ago 0 replies      
StriveWire | Hamburg, Germany | Full-time | Onsite | https://strivewire.com

We're redefining eSports for a global community of gamers from more than 190 countries. Looking for experienced full-stack engineers with a passion for Javascript to work with us on our Node.js / React / Hapi.js / PostgreSQL / Redis stack hosted on AWS. Please have a look at https://strivewire.com/jobs or drop me a mail at beni at strivewire com.

We pay competitively.

Requirements: Bachelor's or Master's degree in engineering.

yoloswagins 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Homelight | Software Engineer | San Francisco | ONSITE | fulltime | https://www.homelight.com/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 5), and Postgresql(9.6) hosted on Heroku. The front end is using Ember. We've got reasonable test coverage with rspec. People know python and R.

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.

We're looking to hire Software Engineers, Machine Learning Engineers, and Data Engineers. If you're interested in real estate, you should apply.

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.

kainolophobia 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Long Game | Software Engineer | SF | Full-time | https://longgame.co

Were building a savings app for people that struggle to save money. How? 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


dan at longgame.co


lordlarm 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Kolonial.no | Software Engineer; Dev Ops; Data Scientist; iOS developer | Oslo, Norway | ONSITE http://jobb.kolonial.no/

Kolonial.no are one of the fastest growing startups in Norway recently valued at ~$180 million after just 3 years of operations. We're enabling users to buy their groceries online and have already thousands of daily customers.

We're unique in that we've built a complete warehouse, logistics, and procurement platform with millions of daily transactions and lots of interesting challenges as automation becomes a more important. This has allowed us to scale and adapt quickly to market and business demands.

Our technology stack is primarily Python, Django, PostgreSQL, HAProxy, Salt, Elastic Search, Celery, SCSS and Javascript + React.js where suitable. You can read more about our stack here: https://kolonial.no/om/teknologi/.

Non-exhaustive list of benefits: a competitive salary; autonomy; warm lunch made by our office chef; new offices in central Oslo; and whatever equipment you would like to develop on. Norwegian is not a requirement, but it is preferred if at least you'd like to learn.

philipkimmey 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Rover.com | Sr. Software Engineer | Seattle | Full-time, Onsite

We believe that everyone should be able to experience the unconditional love of a dog. Thats why Rovers innovative platform makes it easy for pet owners to connect with 5-star pet sitters and dog walkers across the U.S.

We've raised $150mm+ ($200mm+ if you include DogVacay, which we merged with this year) and the business is growing quickly. We want to grow our engineering team by 30 or 40 engineers over the next year or two to support our ambitions of becoming the one-stop-shop for everything dog related.

Our backend is predominantly Django and we're looking for engineers across the board, but our primary focus is people with significant Python experience in a web context. (Flask/Pyramid/whatever experience is great!)

You can check out our specific postings at https://www.rover.com/jobs/ or shoot me an email at (my-first-name)@rover.com if you have questions or want to learn more.

CisSovereign 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Mach49 | Graphic Design / Visual Marketing | Redwood City/Bay Area | Full Time | mach49.com

Mach49 helps large companies create, build and launch new ventures to accelerate growth.

Mach49 (https://www.mach49.com/) is growing quickly and looking to bring on some new talent. We're looking for an individual with a strong design background to work on the creation of collateral for marketing and sales decks, branding treatment, and creation, as well as light web UI/UX (with potential for more, no initial coding experience required). This person will join on as part of the marketing team here in Silicon Valley at our office is in Redwood City. This individual should have a strong design background and should be interested in working on slide/venture/marketing decks and the visual aspect of company and product creation. Full time paid position.

collin@mach49.com for interested parties

constexpr 7 hours 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 (~30) 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, WebAssembly, 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.

einarvollset 9 hours ago 1 reply      
BioMeme | Full Stack Developer | Philadelphia, PA | Full Time

We're looking for full stack developers with extensive JavaScript experience. Our stack includes React, React Native, Node.JS, AWS, RDS and No SQL.

About US:

At Biomeme we make the worlds smallest qPCR machine. This means we make hardware, we work with biological organisms and we hack software.

Biomeme is as interdisciplinary as it gets. We combine rigorous biology and chemistry with best-in-class hardware and software engineering. It's all wrapped with the goal of helping our customers enact real-world change. Guided by data and a belief in the iterative process, we develop elegant solutions to complex problems that demand precision.

Our partners and customers span a wide range of industries across the US, Latin America, Africa and Europe. We've got great traction in health: we're testing for STD's in Philadelphia, Malaria and Ebola virus in Africa, Avian Influenza in Europe, veterinary targets in the Andes and Lyme disease in the US. Outside of health, we have partners in industrial water monitoring, aquaculture, agriculture, conservation biology and more. High school students are testing for mislabeled sushi. Quantified Selfers are tracking their microbiome. Everyday users are even testing their own DNA for genetic markers.

We also recently began work on a multi-year, multi-million-dollar contract with the US Government. It's a good time to come onboard.

Interested? Email me: einar@vollset.com

djmally 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Synack | Senior Software Engineer | Redwood City, CA / San Francisco, CA | Full-Time, Onsite | https://www.synack.com/

Synack is redefining how organizations do security. We crowdsource ethical hackers from around the world and empower them with "smart" technology to create a solution for today's growing and ever-evolving cybersecurity demands. We are passionate about making the world more secure and our mission is to proactively help organizations defend against cyber attacks before they get breached.

Heres what youll do:

- Deliver modularized architecture designs, based on microservices architecture to support concurrent development within the team

- Adopt and follow best practices in building high-performance, efficient, resilient, scalable software which handles millions packets per second

- Deliver new features to the product suite on a continuous basis using Go, MongoDB, AWS, GCP, Docker, Kubernetes, PhantomJS

- Develop novel techniques for safely and efficiently carrying out automated penetration tests against web applications at a massive scale

Heres what youll need:

- 5+ years of software development experience, backend cloud or on-prem services

- Production experience creating software with Golang is required (or 5+ years of C/C++ experience in system / networking / client-server programming)

- Experience with queueing/messaging systems such as RabbitMQ, NSQ, SQS etc.

- Knowledge of both relational and nonrelational database systems such as MongoDB, DynamoDB, etc.

- Security experience is a major plus

Full req and application: https://www.synack.com/company/careers/687156/

lpgauth 7 hours ago 0 replies      

 AdGear - ONSITE - Backend Engineer (Erlang, C, Rust) - Montreal - FullTime AdGear - ONSITE - Data Engineer (Scala, Spark, Kafka, Vertica, AWS)- Montreal - FullTime AdGear - ONSITE - Front-end engineer (SASS, Bootstrap, Webpack) - Montreal - FullTime AdGear - ONSITE - Javascript Application Engineer (TypeScript, React) - Montreal - FullTime AdGear - ONSITE - Ruby Application Engineer (Ruby, RoR) - Montreal - FullTime
#erlang #c11 #rust #scala #ruby #typescript #opensource

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/

esilverberg2 8 hours ago 0 replies      
SCRUFF | Software Engineers | NYC | ONSITE: https://www.scruff.com/jobs

SCRUFF, one of the largest gay social networks worldwide, has multiple immediate openings for senior software engineers. Ideal candidates have a minimum of 5 years of professional software development experience, 1+ years of iOS or Android development experience, and have shipped multiple major software projects. You should be a passionate developer with a deep background in multiple technologies including Objective C or Java on Android, Ruby, Linux, JavaScript, and others. You'll be expected to participate in various development activities including project estimating, planning, and progress tracking. You should have experience working with Visual Designers and an obsessive attention to visual detail. Our systems also integrate with multiple external platforms, so experience working with 3rd-party APIs and integrations is critical. An appreciation for the gay social mobile software market also helps!

Come join us in our awesome office in Bryant Park across from the NYPL!

hungryblank 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Contentful | https://www.contentful.com | Berlin, Germany | full time | (VISA)

Contentful is a content IaaS for immersive applications.

It allows you to create, edit & manage content in the cloud and consume and distribute it anywhere via API.

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 https://www.contentful.com/careers/

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:- Data Engineer (Berlin): http://grnh.se/nt8ivm1

- Reliability Engineer (Berlin): http://grnh.se/f2bnhl1

- Director of software Engineering (Berlin): http://grnh.se/voqfjd1

- Engineering Manager - Ecosystem Open Source (Berlin): http://grnh.se/cu6jeq1

- Security Engineer (Berlin) - http://grnh.se/hm415q1

numbsafari 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Bainbridge Health | http://bainbridgehealth.com | Philadelphia, PA | JS, Data Science | ONSITE | Fulltime

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, VueJS, 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.

We are currently very actively looking for a clinical data analyst to help support both product development and customer clinical support. You would be working in a very hands-on fashion with the medication safety teams at some of the most prominent hospitals in the country to drive real-world improvements in medication delivery. This isn't ad-tech, this is actually improving and saving lives.

We are also very interested in hiring a front-end engineer who is interested in data visualization. This is an opportunity to build incredibly useful tools that save professionals huge amounts of time and drive executive-level decisions at some of the largest healthcare organizations in the country.

bostik 6 hours ago 0 replies      
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 in 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 engineering talent in the following roles:

* Database Expert

* Frontend Software Engineer, London & LA

* Junior Developer in Data Science

* Quantitative Analyst

* Software Engineer, London & LA

If you like the idea of flat structure and practical engineering approach, see our jobs at https://smarkets.com/careers/ . (Quite some time ago I wrote an overview about our engineering challenges, which you can find at https://smarketshq.com/notes-on-interviewing-engineers-a4fa4... .)

aanfhn 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Slalom Consulting | Data Architect | Seattle, WA | Onsite | Full-time

Slalom is a consulting firm that helps companies solve business and technology problems. This role is for our Cross Market (XM) Delivery Network, one of our fastest-growing capabilities, which uses agile engineering to deliver custom-built digital products and solutions. The Delivery Centers, which are located near local Slalom offices to support clients and teams in the same adjacent time zones, provide regional remote delivery capabilities at scale. Strategic partners include Salesforce, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft and Tableau.

The Data Architect role will initially build out our new Cloud Academy and lead a group of early-career engineers on cloud data warehousing and BI projects.

Link with more details: https://slalom.secure.force.com/careers/apex/ts2__jobdetails...

My first time posting on these threads, so I admittedly don't know how to refer people without doxing myself. Drop a reply if interested and I'll be happy to chat!

RylanH 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Convoy | Software Engineer | Seattle | Full-time, onsite, https://convoy.com

We're optimizing trucking and logistics, an $800B industry that still runs on fax machines and phone calls. We're changing the way over 3.5 million truck drivers work and the way everything you use gets to you.

We are backed by very top tier investors. Read about us:



I've been here for over a year and we've grown a ton since I joined, but we still have a tight-knit, incredibly smart group of engineers. We have many interesting problems as well in machine learning, service architecture, mobile, desktop and web user experiences and in many other areas.

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 interested in hearing more, reach out and grab coffee with me or one of our other developers. Help us grow an amazing tech team from a very early point in our company's history!

Some, but not necessarily all, of our open jobs: http://jobs.convoy.com

nickdavidhaynes 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Automated Insights | Software engineer, applied research | Durham, NC | Onsite | Full-time


I'm the tech lead for the R&D team at Automated Insights, a company that turns raw data into human-sounding narratives. Our SaaS platform, Wordsmith, generated billions of articles last year for companies like the AP, Yahoo, and Activision.

The team's responsibility is mainly algorithm development (machine learning and natural language processing, as well as more traditional methods), with the goal of making Wordsmith more powerful and easier to use. We primarily develop in Python (spaCy, gensim, scikit-learn, Tensorflow) and NodeJS. We're looking for an engineer with a couple years experience and familiarity with machine learning. A research background and/or advanced degree is a plus.

Interview: Quick chat with HR, technical phone screen, at-home programming evaluation, on-site interview. No adversarial whiteboard sessions or trivia quizzes.

dkoston 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Help.com | Multiple Positions | Austin, TX | ONSITE | FULL TIME

It's 2017 and customer service still sucks. Companies have tons of data about you (what you've purchased, every page view to your site, every interaction you've ever had with them). However, that data is stuck in a bunch of fragmented systems and even the customer service systems they currently use don't connect their own data between different channels (tickets, chats, phones, etc).

Help us eliminate terrible customer service experiences by building out the world's best customer service and support platform. With workflows shaped from our time at HostGator (10M+ customers) and GoDaddy (10M+ customers), and technology skills developed from building cPanel, Cloudflare, CBS Sports apps, Node itself, and more.

We are predominantly in the JavaScript/Node.JS ecosystem, specifically a React/Redux stack on the front-end with Jest and Enzyme driving testing. On the backend, we launch Node.JS services of sizes ranging from micro to large. Everything is built and deployed in containers on Kubernetes and we're building for scale.

Our product is real time, distributed, and relies on a great user experience. Since we're a communications platform, we strive for 100% uptime (multi-zone, multi-region, horizontally scalable, cross datacenter replication). As such, simple things on a single application/server become fun challenges in a distributed system :)

Open Roles:

 - Quality Assurance Engineer (JavaScript) - Software Engineer (Front-end - React.js) - Senior Software Engineer (Backend - Node.js) - Software Engineer (Backend - Node.js)

 - Working with 2 Node Core Contributors and tons of other smart folks - Founders have helped build many successful companies before (cPanel, Cloudflare, HostGator, etc) - On-site lunch - Well tested code and agile practices - Your code is used 8+ hours a day by our customers so you'll gain massive amounts of experience and feedback
Currently Predominant Technologies:

 - Node.JS - React/Redux (Jest, Flow, Enzyme) - Docker / Kubernetes - Google Cloud Platform, AWS - Message Queues (NATS, Google Pub/Sub)
Apply today at https://jobs.lever.co/help.com/

cwik 9 hours ago 0 replies      
CaseWare | Toronto, Canada | Full-time | Multiple Positions | Onsite

We are looking for experienced developers to help us build our next generation of cloud solutions for accounting and audit.CaseWare is the dominant provider of mission-critical accounting and auditing software used by domestic and global accounting firms and a leading provider of auditing software to governments, tax authorities and corporations.

We're actively hiring for the following positions:

* Data Engineer [NoSQL, Presto, Spark, Redshift]: https://www.caseware.com/careers/45B342A9F5/data-engineerlea...

* Data Platform Developer [Java, Scala, Apache Spark]: https://www.caseware.com/careers/F8CFCDD05E/software-enginee...

Our stack: Docker (Swarm), AWS, Java, Scala, Apache Spark, TypeScript, Angular 2. If you have experience with any of these let's talk!Mention 'HN' in your application. Other positions available at https://www.caseware.com/careers/

matt_oriordan 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Ably realtime | London | Full Time | Onsite and Remote | https://www.ably.io

I am the co-founder of Ably and we're accelerating the growth of our engineering team.

Ably helps power next generation digital experiences. Ones which are live rather than static, where data is in motion rather than at rest. Things like live chat, realtime location tracking, live document collaboration, gaming and elearning. One of our customers even uses Ably for their air traffic control system for drones.

We're recruiting for five new roles:

- DevOps Engineer (Ruby & Go, remote in Europe OR onsite): http://jobs.ably.io/o/devops-engineer-remote--onsite

- Head of Infrastructure & DevOps (London): http://jobs.ably.io/o/head-of-infrastructure-and-devops

- Realtime dev using Node.js & Go/Elixir (remote in Europe): http://jobs.ably.io/o/realtime-developer--nodejs-and-goelixi...

- Mobile & web client SDK dev (remote in Europe): http://jobs.ably.io/o/mobile-and-web-client-library-sdk-deve...

- Full stack rails dev (remote in Europe): http://jobs.ably.io/o/full-stack-rails-developer

caseyrabiea 3 hours ago 1 reply      
The Trade Desk | Full Time, Onsite & Remote | San Jose CA, San Francisco CA, Aliso Viejo CA, Ventura CA, Boulder CO, New York NY, London UK, Sydney AUS, Bellevue WA

Hiring: All levels of software engineers, as well as front-end focused developers who are comfortable with data-access design, development and optimization. You might be a great fit for The Trade Desk dev team if:

* You are a full-stack engineer who wants to work everywhere, not just a small subset of components. Experience / interest in working in a variety of layers and technologies within a SOA is a must for our team.This includes: client-side React & Redux, AngularJS, MVC-based web architecture, external RESTful APIs, distributed (and in our case, highly scaled) request handling services, no-SQL and relational SQL databases, many-layered data pipeline (e.g. data bus architecture, Hadoop / MPP data warehouse, etc.) that moves hundreds of thousands of items per second, and data visualization (e.g. Tableau). Experience in all these layers is not strictly required, but we do like to see experience working in more than one, as well as eagerness to work on projects that might slice through them all.

* You have product-driven software development experience using a modern, object-oriented language. Memory-managed languages are best -- .e.g. C#, Java, Python, Ruby, etc. We do most of our work in C#/.Net, but specific experience here is not required.

Cool stuff about TTD:

* Our platform processes 5million+ queries per second

* Work with the best engineering team in AdTech

* The combination of huge data sets, high throughput, low latency and amazing scale means that we're constantly solving some of the biggest challenges in computer science.

* We've grown faster than any other adtech company in the industry, and have been recently recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in America by Inc. Magazine and Deloitte.

* Amazing Company Culture (We're very proud of our top rating on Glassdoor)

* Top-tier benefits

If you're interested, please apply directly on our website: https://www.thetradedesk.com/join-us/open-positions*Note: We are also hiring for the following roles: Big Data DBA (Vertica), Solutions Architect (West Coast), Sr. Data Scientist (NYC, Boulder, Ventura CA), Business Intelligence Analyst (NYC, London), Application Support (all levels, Globally), Network & Security Manager (Ventura CA), Information Security Engineer (Boulder CO, Ventura CA)

debuggest 8 hours ago 0 replies      
InComm Digital Solutions | Software Engineer, Director of Software Engineering | Portland, OR | Full-time, Onsite | https://www.incommdigital.com/careers

Come work in a collaborative environment in downtown Portland. Our stack is .NET on the backend and React.js + Redux on the front end. Book clubs, hackathon once per year, lots of pairing and mobbing, and free breakfast and lunch once per week. Email me at rfaaberg at incomm dot com if you're interested. Hiring mid-level and senior engineers, as well as a Director of Software Engineering.

Senior Software Engineer, Full Stack .NET - https://careers-incomm.icims.com/jobs/5845/senior-software-e...

Software Engineer (.NET or React.js) - https://careers-incomm.icims.com/jobs/6556/software-engineer...

Director, Software Engineering - https://careers-incomm.icims.com/jobs/6417/director%2c-softw...

Senior Systems Engineer (Windows Server, Linux) - https://careers-incomm.icims.com/jobs/6020/senior-systems-en...

jrhodes 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Metricstory | Senior Software Engineer | Seattle, WA | ONSITE, Full-Time | www.metricstory.com

Stack: Go, Python, React, Proto3/gRPC, Docker, SQL, more to come (thats why we need you!)

About us: Seed-stage startup helping retail companies quickly detect and resolve problems in their ecommerce pipelines by applying statistical analysis and ML over web analytics data. Metricstory is a fast-paced organization, pushing the boundaries of technology and data science, while building deeply practical and transformative products.

Team: We are a veteran team with experience designing, developing and deploying products processing PBs of data for 10s of thousands of B2B enterprise customers on Google Cloud and Tableau Online.

Role: We are looking for a Senior SWE to join our team to build and expand the next generation of our infrastructure. Essentials: able to write a lot of high quality code (of course!), experience bringing software from requirements to design to production, demonstrated ability to learn quickly and work in multiple areas of the stack, understanding of design/coding/testing/documentation/release/devops best practices, skill at balancing future requirements and immediate needs.

If you are interested, please email your resume or LinkedIn profile to me at jonathan@metricstory.com (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanmrhodes).

More info: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0rXXIfHC-pOU19jTm14MnJXalU...

zackbrown 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Haiku | https://haiku.ai | Engineer #1 (Experienced, Multi-Language, Founder Mentality) | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE or REMOTE

Haiku is a desktop design tool empowering designers to craft app components that ship to production. Unlike code generators or prototyping tools, we keep designers CONNECTED to their work by integrating vector design tools, version control systems, and packages managers, all through our visual interaction design tool and cloud services.

You can think of it as what Flash would be if it were created in 2017: by connecting the dots between modern workflows, Haiku lets designers and engineers create, together.

We just closed our pre-seed fundraise, so we're hitting the gas pedal on our product. Our team is currently 4 strong, and we're all very passionate about this space/problemyou will be #5 and the first full-time engineer. [EDIT: clarification, the CEO, CTO, and Designer #1 also all write code]

Our stack:


 * JavaScript/React/Electron * Lots of Websocket/IPC work (JS perf) * Some TypeScript, adding more

 * Go * AWS * Postgres
You can reach out with questions or interest to jobs@haiku.ai

vldr 6 hours ago 0 replies      
GUTS Tickets | Junior .. Senior Frontend/ full stack developer | Amsterdam, The Netherlands | ONSITE 35k-60k p.a. depending on experience, part-time/full-time, equity 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. 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 looking for extra support for our frontend team. For this we are looking for a junior/medior/senior frontend developer, preferably with EmberJS experience or willingess to learn.

Our current stack consists of

- EmberJS (2.13) - Python 3.5 / Django / Django Request Framework - Ethereum / solidity / blockchain technology - react native

To expand our team we're hiring for different roles:

- junior..senior frontend developer. Experience with EmberJS (>2.3) is preferred

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 prefer people who can be onsite so full remote working is not an option right now. We also cannot provide visa's or relocation services at this time. We can support expats with applying for the 30% ruling.

We can however offer you: A competitive salary based on your experience. Part-time/full-time options. Friday drinks and kroketten. Table tennis or Playstation matches: your choice! A desk in & committed team-members.

If you're interested in working with us, please send your CV to jobs@guts.tickets


silverthorn 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Angaza | Software Engineers, Hardware/Firmware Team Lead | SF | ONSITE https://www.angaza.com/jobs/hardware-partnership-engineering...

Angaza creates technology for selling life-changing products, especially off-grid solar energy systems, in emerging markets. Your work during the day means hundreds of families will turn on electricity for the first time at night:

- http://techcrunch.com/2015/10/23/angaza-raises-4m-to-make-cl....

We're a for-profit B2B company, post-series A, with our eight-person technical team based in San Francisco. We are used by distribution businesses to sell, finance, and service off-grid products in more than thirty countries. We're hiring multiple engineering roles, including firmware/hardware team lead and frontend and/or full-stack developers:

- https://www.angaza.com/jobs/hardware-partnership-engineering... [San Francisco]

- https://www.angaza.com/jobs/backend-developer/ [San Francisco]

Our standard hiring process involves a phone conversation, a well-bounded home project, and an on-site interview sequence. We don't believe in gotcha logic puzzles or adversarial whiteboard exercises, and we strive to give you specific constructive feedback regardless of the outcome.

RNicolas 9 hours ago 0 replies      
CRITEO (http://labs.criteo.com/) | Paris or Palo Alto | Full-time onsite |Software Engineer | (VISA sponsorship for Paris)

Your mission:

Build systems that make the best decision in 50ms, half a million times per second. Across three continents and six datacenters, 24/7.

Find the signal hidden in tens of TB of data, in one hour, using over a thousand nodes on our Hadoop cluster. And constantly keep getting better at it while measuring the impact on our business.

Get stuff done. A problem partially solved today is better than a perfect solution next year. Have an idea during the night ? Code it in the morning, push it at noon, test it in the afternoon and deploy it the next morning.

High stakes, high rewards: 1% increase in performance may yield millions for the company. But if a single bug goes through, the Internet goes down (were only half joking).

Develop open source projects. Because we are working at the forefront of technology, we are dealing with problems that few have faced. Were big users of open source, and wed like to give back to the community.

Feel free to drop me a line for a chat =) n.rassam[at]criteo.comhttp://labs.criteo.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Software-D...

gusmd 8 hours ago 0 replies      
ESI Group | Software Development Engineer | San Diego, CA | Full-Time, Onsite

ESI Group is a leading innovator in Virtual Prototyping software and services. ESI allows its clients to bring their products to life; ensuring reliable performance, serviceability and maintainability.

ESI US R&D, Inc., is currently seeking a Software Development Engineer at our San Diego, CA offices. Just a mile from the Pacific Ocean, we are a small team focused on developing and maintaining desktop software applications in the field of vibro-acoustics simulation. Our clients include NASA, Boeing, Airbus, GM and Ford.

We are looking for people with a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science or Engineering or Mathematics. We use C++ and Qt for our desktop applications, so experience with those is required. Also desirable is experience with numerical methods, OpenGL or other 3D APIs, Python, HPC tools and APIs such as MPI and Linux development.

Feel free to reach Tracy at ext-tracy.sidall@esi-group.com with any questions related to the job and company. Don't forget to mention HN in the e-mail!

rudasi 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Trexo Robotics | Toronto | Full-time | Onsite | VISA | www.trexorobotics.com Trexo Robotics is an exoskeleton robotics start up working towards making mobility a reality for the disabled and elderly. Founded by Waterloo mechatronics graduates we strive to provide a strong engineering culture and believe in getting things done. Currently Trexo Robotics is working on a rehabilitation exoskeleton for children with lower body movement disorders such as Cerebral Palsy and is looking for Robotics engineers to help with controls software and mechanical design.

Please apply at: https://angel.co/trexo-robotics/jobs

spark100 9 hours ago 0 replies      
EasyPost | San Francisco | Full-time | Onsite | Senior Software Engineer

EasyPost is a fast growing startup that provides a RESTful API to revolutionize the entire shipping process for e-commerce companies.

We are looking for a Senior Software Engineer with Ruby on Rails, Python, or Go experience to join the EasyPost team. If you love to code, want to build APIs, and work on a small team of collaborative developers to build meaningful products, then wed love to meet you!

Check out our API: https://www.easypost.com/docs/api.html

We can offer you a competitive base salary, equity, comprehensive benefits,and flexible work hours/PTO.

Our interview process includes one phone call and then one onsite technical meeting with the rest of the team.

Please apply and we will contact you: https://jobs.lever.co/easypost/70a839e6-4a62-4ab7-b663-33014...

We are also hiring for Support and Sales Engineers:

Support Engineer: https://jobs.lever.co/easypost/ae41a51c-a264-4ee3-a795-91519...

Sales Engineer: https://jobs.lever.co/easypost/53d7be43-4f4c-4d39-aa3f-e175e...

sabarasaba 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Deskbookers (https://deskbookers.com) | Amsterdam, Netherlands | ONSITE | Full time | VISA SPONSORSHIP

Deskbookers is the #1 platform for on demand work and meeting spaces in Netherlands and we are one of the fastest growing startups in Europe. We are on a mission to change the way people work and meet and allow them the physical and mind space to thrive! We are backed by successful investors and are currently focused on conquering Europe

Were in the process of refactoring our legacy PHP platform into microservices. One of the things you can help us with is building a high performance and scalable (REST) API, using Node.js. Another important task will be working on Cloud Architecture.

Our stack consists of: nodejs, koa, postgresql, aws, PHP (kohana), react, redux, among others

We're currently looking for Backend Engineers, get in touch at i.rivas@deskbookers.com

schlanda 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Business Insider | DevOps Engineer, Backend Engineer | NYC | Onsite | Fulltime

Devops Engineer:https://careers.jobscore.com/careers/businessinsider/jobs/de...

Backend Engineer:https://careers.jobscore.com/careers/businessinsider/jobs/ba...

Business Insider is growing at a great pace with publishing platforms in many continents and the most popular business news site in America. In addition to Business Insider, we run INSIDER, http://thisisinsider.com, and BI Intelligence, a premium subscription service for industry professionals. With a global family of sites across Europe and Asia, we are quickly closing in on a billion page views per month.

laxc 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Step.com | New York, NY | ONSITE | http://www.step.comStep.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 (7 years of experience), hands-on frontend engineer who can manage a small team. Need to have a very solid understanding of frameworks and CS fundamentals.

Also looking an experienced frontend engineer who is an expert in javascript.

And finally looking for a young frontend engineer with experience in Node and React. This may be project work or full time (not sure yet).

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.... and sign up at Step.com!

To get in touch, email lax@step.com.Keywords: Javascript, React, NodeJS, Frontend Engineer

mkong1 8 hours ago 0 replies      
GiveCampus (YC S15) | Full-Stack and Front-End Engineers | Washington DC, SF | ONSITE, FULL-TIME | https://www.givecampus.com/careers

GiveCampus is a Y Combinator-backed company that builds fundraising software for educational institutions. We're tired of schools being stuck with crappy software that never changes, and we're working to bring actual innovation to the space, and solve the hair-on-fire problems fundraisers face.

Michael Seibel, CEO of YC, expects us to be a household name in the next few years: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=13896296. We were also covered by the Washington Post last year (https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/grade-point/wp/2016/04/1...), and have more than quadrupled the number of schools using us since it was published.

We're still a small team, so if you're looking to join a fast-growing startup and have an immediate impact, we're looking for both full-stack (Ruby on Rails, Postgres) and front-end engineers with at least 2 years of professional experience. Our current team was previously with Facebook, Amazon, and Intel. Please no recruiters or dev shops.

Reach out to careers@givecampus.com with a bit about why you're passionate about education, and a project you've working on that you're particularly proud of.

mkonecny 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Lucova Inc. | Toronto | Front End Developer and Full-Stack Developer | Full Time | Onsite


> Lucova Inc. is an emerging technology company headquartered in downtown Toronto with a North American presence. We bring technology, data and people together to enhance the human touch-points in the world of offline commerce - think IoT for physical stores. Our tools help brands realize their customer experience aspirations by turning customers smartphones into intelligent Bluetooth sensors that interact with the in-store point-of-sale infrastructure - informing staff of their customers presence on arrival, enabling hands free payments and generating opportunities for brand moments.

We're a Ruby + Java + Angular based company with a small group of developers looking to add additional developers to our core team. Our culture is great and you get that startup feel while working with experienced developers. We are looking for someone who is passionate about solving problems and loves to get their hands dirty (if you full-stack then it's a major bonus). We are located near Adelaide and Spadina.

Apply at https://www.lucova.com/careers

uniclaude 8 hours ago 0 replies      
TenX | https://www.tenx.tech | Singapore | Onsite (VISA OK) & REMOTE OK

Positions: DevOps (who can really write tools) | Rust Programmers | Security Specialists.

Remuneration: Extremely competitive.

Based in Singapore, we're TenX, a cryptocurrency-focused tech company that strives to build the best software in the crypto world, starting with a multi-cryptocurrency wallet. Having raised $80M in our ICO, we're now ready to scale our team and tackle bigger challenges.

We're primarily looking for strong Rust developers, but are open to smart programmers willing to extend their skillset. We are strong believers in CI, testing, and safe and secure programming principles, as we're doing business in a very rough and demanding environment.

The extent of what we're building is very wide, so various backgrounds are welcome, as long as you do not mind writing solid backend code. Experience with credit card payment integrations is a definite plus for some of our projects.

No whiteboard or fizzbuzz interview, but don't worry we'll make you sure can code.

Reach me at klodio at the company's domain if you want to know more!

sanj 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Time Out | Full Stack and Data Engineers | London, New York, Boston | Onsite, FT | http://timeout.com/london

Time Out is at an interesting point right now. It is working to rebuild itself into a digital-first company from its successful roots as a magazine company.

This transformation hasn't been easy. As with other print publishers, Time Out is dealing with declining revenues. That's resulted in the company reducing its headcount and laying off many folks.

The good news is that there is a new set of folks at the helm. Many of them hail from successful web companies; many are from TripAdvisor. I'm excited to see us go "all in" on becoming a digital company.

What make me optimistic about Time Out is that it has retained a stellar group of writers and editors who truly know the cities they write about. Our writing ranks on Google because it is good, not because of SEO trickery. There's also a core technical team which is excited to provide and tune how our users read our content. The stuff that other companies have to fake brand, identity, content, coolness is what Time Out not only has, but actually personifies.

As we couple our writers with tech-savvy folks, I expect to see some stellar results.

shaggyfrog 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Copperleaf Technologies | Vancouver, BC, Canada | Full-Time | ONSITE | http://www.copperleaf.com/

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 multiple cloud-based products, two of which were just recently released.

We have grown a lot in the last year, and we are looking to fill a senior dev role on one of the "cloud" technology teams. The project's stack includes NodeJS, Angular (2+), Kendo, and Postgres. We'd like to find an experienced full-stack developer who can take on a leadership role and mentor junior developers.

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!

mvermaat 6 hours ago 0 replies      
WeTransfer | Data Engineer | Amsterdam | Full-time | On-site

We're a fast growing profitable scaleup based in Amsterdam and Los Angeles. Our mission is to provide the effortless transfer of creative ideas, which results in transferring more than 1 billion files per month between our users. As a part of the Engineering department, you will be responsible for the design, development, implementation and support of our analytical tools.

The position is flexible: the exact role will depend on the candidate's experience and ambitions, future hiring, and needs of the company.


Apply there or send me an email at vermaat@wetransfer.com

(We're also looking for a Platform Engineer and Ruby wizards)

wc- 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Exigent Capital | Chicago | Data Scientists, Python/Go Engineers | Full-time | REMOTE or ONSITE

Market Making / HFT group focused on cryptocurrency markets. Looking for quant / data scientists to find new edges in the market and talented Go/Python engineers to expand the trading platform. Experience in traditional equity markets is a large plus. Fair-market compensation and can offer partner-level equity sharing for right candidate.

Contact hiring+hn ||at|| exigentcapital.com

nmackecj 8 hours ago 0 replies      
CJ Affiliate | Senior Software Engineer | Westlake Village, CA | Onsite | Full Time

The Sr. Software Engineer will be part of a small, autonomous team that is product centered with dedicated product owners. With a focus on innovation, you will have the opportunity to solve interesting problems and be a disrupter in the industry. If you are a passionate and collaborative code craftsman that is looking for an opportunity to put your engineering capabilities to the test, this could be the perfect role for you.

- Accomplished engineer with 5+ years of progressive software design and development experience

- Commitment to automate everything: build, test, deploy

- Interest in functional programming (Scala, Clojure, Haskell)

- Desire to do XP, full time TDD, your own QA


- Experience with Spring preferred (including an understanding of its warts)

- Experience with JavaScript, jQuery, ReactJS also preferred

You can reach out with questions or interest to http://engineering.cj.com/join

Our Engineering Page: http://engineering.cj.com/

wayfaringrob 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Human API | Software Engineer, DevOps, Data Engineer | Redwood City, CA | ONSITE, https://humanapi.co/careers

Make a difference with technology: specifically, by helping to fix healthcare. We're building a real-time data network that allows getting health data from anywhere to anywhere in close to realtime. We roll up this data in a clean RESTful API that developers use to build apps that make peoples' lives better.

We have a whole pile of fun, interesting problems, and a team of smart, passionate people that love working on them. We like to work iteratively in small teams, and to give people autonomy and ownership to solve those problems.

Some of the things you'd be working on:

 - Mapping, modelling and indexing the world's healthcare data - Scaling and optimizing our APIs - Modelling human health - Scaling our ingestion pipeline - Data engineering and building tools for data science - NLP and Classification - Extracting healthcare data from a wide variety of unstructured, unclean formats - Building intuitive UIs to allow users to find and share their health data
Open positions:

 - Data Network Engineer (node.js, MongoDB, RabbitMQ) https://jobs.lever.co/humanapi/f35d3379-1220-4cf1-a117-d1dc06778459 - Data Engineering Lead (node.js, Python, Kafka, Cassandra) https://jobs.lever.co/humanapi/6a1d2a62-5561-4ba3-818a-adb0017c6f36 - Customer Team Engineer (node.js, MongoDB, Redis, ElasticSearch) https://jobs.lever.co/humanapi/2b4ad954-8eff-47d1-a189-ba48a469537b - DevOps Engineer (Ansible, Packer, Terraform, Docker, Mesos) https://jobs.lever.co/humanapi/c74886f1-1e50-4323-a846-7ccac5855164
More information here: https://humanapi.co/company/join

The process: a quick phone screen, a screen-share technical interview, then an onsite to meet with the team and pair with someone on a problem.

We'd love to hear from you even if you don't "fit" one of the job specs -- we hire for people, not roles. Contact us at jobs@humanapi.co -- we're nice!

g-clef 9 hours ago 0 replies      
King & Union | Front-end developer | Washington, DC | ONSITE FULL-TIME

The point: We are making the threat intelligence process run more smoothly and helping organizations share threat data better. Our solution pulls threat information (both our own and via external APIs) into a graph and enables real-time collaboration and sharing of the information on the graph.

What we're looking for: We're looking for a mid/advanced front-end developer to take over development of our sites UI (we're in-housing development of the site after contracting it out for about a year). The front-end is built with React/Microcosm/Material/Vis.js, and it talks to our backend using a mix of REST and WebSockets. Ideally, the person we're looking for would be comfortable doing both the React programming side of things as well as the HTML/CSS/layout work. There would also be some design work as we roll out new features to the site.

Perks of the job: early round shares, competitive salary, 401k, & healthcare benefits. Also, we work from home a lot and our focus is on getting the work done, not on attendance or face time.

A bit about us: We are a pre-A-round startup. We have a working product and paying customers, so we're in a good spot financially. We are based in Alexandria, VA but do a lot of working from home, and tend to meet up in Alexandria once a week or so. Also, since we have an existing contracting relationship for our UI development, we're very flexible about start dates for this position.

If you are at all interested, please send me a message: aaron@kingandunion.com

ammaristotle 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Medsender | Software Engineer (Full Stack) | Full-Time, Interns (3 month minimum, year-round) | New York City | On-Site

Healthcare is broken. Medsender is on a mission to help fix it. We've created the world's easiest way to send, receive, and view medical records.

We're a small, well-funded startup tackling a decades-old problem with shiny new tech.

We make money the old fashioned way - with paying customers (not ads). As a ground floor member of the company, you'll directly shape our engineering culture and direction. Oh, and of course, your work will impact the lives of thousands of patients!

As part of our interview process, we don't ask typical algorithm questions. We start with a simple take-home assignment and then a few on-site interviews that directly resemble challenges you'll face on the job.

Our stack:

React, Redux, Rails, Docker, Kubernetes

To apply, email ammar[at]medsender[dot]com

beauhurst 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Beauhurst | Full-stack developer | London, UK | Onsite | Full time

We're on a mission to track every interesting startup and high-growth company in the UK. We help investors, advisors, government and educators learn about the UK's most ambitious companies through our online platform.

If youre a fearless generalist who loves working with Django and Python and doesnt mind getting stuck into different problems then this might well be the job for you.

As we expand our data coverage and strive to make our product even more useful, youll help us model, store and enable efficient and relevant user searches over large-scale datasets (think millions of records). Youll improve the way our data is accessed - from eye-popping graphical visualisations to aggregated statistics thatll make our users go "Aha!"" And youll build accurate internal monitoring and data collection tools to keep it all together.

Our current stack includes Django, Python, Backbone, D3, SCSS, Postgres, Redis, AWS, Docker, scikit-learn and much more!

Apply at: http://about.beauhurst.com/careers/full-stack-developer

spade 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Eaze | Senior Software Engineer | San Francisco, CA | Full-time Onsite

Eaze (eaze.com) is the easiest, fastest, and most professional way to get medical marijuana delivered. Eaze has quickly become the #1 technology company in the fast-growing $6 billion cannabis industry by developing the first logistics technology and on-demand service that can help dispensaries deliver to qualified patients in less than 20 minutes.Openings:

-- Senior Front End Engineer

-- Senior Back End Engineer

-- Senior Mobile Engineer (Android, iOS)

Apply here: https://jobs.lever.co/eaze?lever-via=kaABpnlgzz

peterhunt 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Smyte (YC W15) | San Francisco, CA | Full time | Onsite

We're hiring for a variety of technical roles at Smyte. Check out our "jobs repo" here: https://github.com/smyte/careers

Why Smyte?

* We stop the victimization of innocent people online.

* We are the highest-quality product in this space.

* We have a seemingly endless supply of interesting technical problems and not enough people to work on them all.

* We have the strongest team tackling this problem (founded by ex FB and Google engineers working on spam and fraud, and I was part of the original React.js team)

* We offer competitive salary, benefits, and equity.

mmosta 6 hours ago 0 replies      
District M | Montreal, Quebec, Canada | FULLTIME | ONSITE

We are an ad-tech company building unique solutions for publishers and advertisers.

Looking for candidates with production experience in:

* Front End Javascript (React, ES6)

* PHP Development (PHP7, Symfony3)

* Full stack (PHP + Javascript)

Work within a tight, autonomous team in the heart of one of the most livable neighbourhoods in North America, competitive salary, quarterly performance based bonus, 3 weeks min time off.

We currently leverage Symfony 3 and React + Redux, delivering on realistic deadlines and report to technical persons only.

Small, profitable company with opportunities for meaningful growth and impact. Prior ad-tech experience not a requirement.

Contact: mo <at> districtm.ca with CV / Github etc.

Website: https://www.districtm.ca

zaius 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Beyond Pricing | Senior Full Stack Engineer | SF | ONSITE https://beyondpricing.com

Beyond Pricing is an automatic pricing tool for Airbnb and vacation rentals. We are a small, yet growing, team, passionate about travel and building better technology for the sharing economy. We power the pricing for hundreds of thousands of listings across the globe. If you search for a place on Airbnb in any major market, a Beyond Pricing customer is likely in the first page of results.

Our current stack is Django and Ember.js, but experience in any specific technology isn't required. We especially would love to hear from you if you have started your own startup before, and if you've been an airbnb host. No coding challenges - just share with us something that you've built that you're proud of.

We're well-funded and profitable. We offer flexible work hours, significant equity, competitive salary, equipment budget, medical, dental, vision and 401k.

Email us at jobs@beyondpricing.com

estsauver 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Apollo Agriculture (https://apolloagriculture.com/) | Backend Software Engineer | Amsterdam, Nairobi | ONSITE | Full TimeApollo Agriculture is using satellite data to help bring modern farming to the worlds poorest farmers. Millions of farmers globally don't have access to the basic farm tools the rest of the world depends on for food production, good seed and fertilizer. We sell these proven agricultural tools on credit, and use satellite data and ML to figure out who we can lend to profitably.We use Scala, Python/NumPy/SciPy (for science/ML), android and are heavy postgres users. We're building great software for places with low reliability networks and harsh environmental conditions.We delivered fertilizer to ~1000 farmers earlier this March and are now in the process of getting paid back and supporting our farmers this season. Right now we're building software tools to help us communicate with rural farmers who are often illiterate and frequently struggle even with pressing buttons on their phones.

To apply, send me an email at earl@apolloagriculture.com

ericzawo 7 hours ago 1 reply      
Keyhole.co | Toronto | Full-time

Hi! I'm the marketing lead at Keyhole, the hashtag analytics company. We're a Toronto-based social media analytics company that builds real-time tracking products for a range of organizations. We're currently up to 16 people and continuing to grow. Data from our products have been featured in TIME, The Wall Street Journal, the Economist and more.

We are recruiting for a couple new roles:

- Full stack Developer (MySQL, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, JS/JQuery, CSS/SASS, PHP, UI Design) https://angel.co/keyhole-1/jobs/102632-full-stack-developer

- Customer Success https://angel.co/keyhole-1/jobs/135191-customer-success-repr...

rapind 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Pair Shaped Inc. | Front-end-developer | 2 Month Contract (Immediate) | REMOTE

Looking for someone to build out the front-end of a Ruby on Rails based marketplace application. Mostly CSS and HTML work, and some light JS work, but open to React, Vue, Angular, and others if there's a convincing argument for it.

Expertise in Rails and Slim / Jade / Haml a bonus.

You will be working with a back-end dev. Work will be done on branches and PR'd (on Github).

Contact: dave at pairshaped dot ca

RoarkC 9 hours ago 0 replies      
MORSE Corp | Boston/Cambridge, MA | ONSITE | www.morse-corp.com/jobs

MORSE develops algorithms and software for operational systems, implementing leading edge technologies for robotics, autonomous air and undersea vehicles, and coordination of human teams. We are hiring for a number of positions including:

DevOps IT specialist -- Take the lead on designing and implementing our in-house infrastructure as well as supporting the continuous integration and deployment for the projects we deliver to customers.

Senior Full Stack Web Developer -- Focus on designing and developing web-based software to support various autonomous systems and human teams. You will both lead a team and directly develop software.

Software Project Manager Lead teams of engineers to develop embedded software for autonomous vehicle systems and their supporting tools. Teams are generally 5-10 people in size and last from 6 months to multiple years.

Test-Driven Python Software Engineer - Design and implement a website featuring a large database of heterogeneous data using Django. Strong understanding of what makes code Pythonic and testable needed.

Machine Learning / A.I. Engineer - Design and implement machine learning and AI algorithms for autonomous system applications, varying from vehicle path planning, vision-based navigation, image classification, and big data assimilation.

If any of these sound interesting, email us at info@morse-corp.com. Please include your resume. Note that we can only hire US citizens.

Visit us at http://morse-corp.com/jobs to learn more and to see our other available positions.

Sinjo 8 hours ago 0 replies      
GoCardless (YC S11) | London | SRE, 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 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, my contact methods are in my profile.

[1] Notable examples are Statesman (https://github.com/gocardless/statesman) and Coach (https://github.com/gocardless/coach)

sidcool 9 hours ago 0 replies      
ThoughtWorks Technologies | Pune, India

We are passionate technologists who believe in the power of software and technology as tools for social change. We contribute to a multitude of open source projects. Primarily we are a Technology Consultancy Company. We look for zealous Technologists who are keen to learn on job. We value Object Oriented and Functional Skills. DevOps and Agile are a normal way of working here.

Skillsets/Platforms/etc.: C#, Java, Ruby, Scala, AWS, Python, Node.js, React, Angular.

Requirement: 5+ years of programming experience. Interview process: Phone interview, Take-home coding assignment, Pair programming interview, Technical Interview(s), Logic and aptitude written tests, Cultural Interview, Social Economic Justice Round.

More about ThoughtWorks:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBqquBtwaNM



Contact: ijoshua[at]thoughtworks.com

Please send email with 'Hacker News' in subject line.

ivanavi 4 hours ago 0 replies      
eBay Classifieds | Sr. Android Engineer | Portland, OR | https://jobs.ebayinc.com/job/portland/sr-android-software-en...

I am the hiring manager who is looking for a Sr. Android engineer to join my team at eBay Classifieds. We are a globally distributed team of 9 engineers out of which 5 are based in Portland, OR(Portland is eBay's mobile hub with hundreds of employees). We strive to innovate and implemented R&D rotations for each engineer where they get to choose to work on anything they like for a full sprint(2 weeks). I am looking for someone who is solid in Android engineering, and who loves the challenge of constantly improving and innovating.

Our team is responsible for 6 apps, some of which are market leaders. For example, Kijiji is Canada's #1 classifieds company: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ebay.kijij...

andytw 7 hours ago 0 replies      
ThoughtWorks | Lead Full Stack Mobile (iOS/Android) Developer | New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Atlanta | Full Time | On Site & Travel | VISA transfer OK | www.thoughtworks.com/

ThoughtWorks is a global software consultancy with a reputation for being thought leaders in agile software delivery and a community of incredibly passionate technologists. We work with the mission of using technology to improve humanity and work with clients to solve some of their toughest problems.

We're looking for Lead Full Stack Mobile (iOS/Android) Developers that can work with our clients to set their mobile strategy and build custom mobile applications capable of scaling the enterprise over the next 3-5 years. As a mobile tech lead, you'll set up mobile CI/CD pipelines, develop robust testing strategies and write clean, well-tested code.

We work almost exclusively on client site providing a mix of delivery and consulting services, so youll travel extensively as part of your role.

New York: https://www.thoughtworks.com/jobs/208767

San Francisco: https://www.thoughtworks.com/jobs/479920

Chicago: https://www.thoughtworks.com/jobs/208775

Dallas: https://www.thoughtworks.com/jobs/641638

Denver: https://www.thoughtworks.com/jobs/641212

Atlanta: https://www.thoughtworks.com/jobs/641645

cquilboss 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Home61.com | Miami, FL or willing to relocate

We are looking for a Product Designer in full time or part time.

Home61 is reinventing how real estate is done. Through technology we are changing the way people buy, sell and rent homes. This is an exciting opportunity for anyone interested in shaping the direction and trajectory of a new product. You will be collaborating with a cross disciplinary team (product managers, engineers, designers) in all phases of design from discovery to execution and working directly with the CEO and CTO.

Please send your application and resume to hackernews@home61.com

julesie 7 hours ago 0 replies      
BuildPath | London, UK | Full-time | On-site | Ruby on Rails

We are BuildPath, a London based team that is changing how residential architecture works in the UK. We bring tech and product thinking to an industry dominated by email, phone calls and spreadsheets. That means we can offer professional grade architecture packages to our customers 10x faster and 10x cheaper than a traditional architect.

In terms of tech, we are a very typical Ruby on Rails stack (Postgres, Heroku, Redis, etc.) It is a relatively young codebase, so no legacy technical debt to avoid. You would be joining as the first backend engineer, working alongside me the CTO. The wider team is currently 12 people (mix of Sales, Design and Architects), we are funded and are growing very quickly.

If it sounds interesting, drop me a line at jules [at] buildpath [dot] com

bharath28 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Amazon Developer Platform | Software development engineer (multiple) | Seattle, WA | Onsite, will transfer H1B

Amazon Developer Platform | Software development engineer in test (multiple) | Seattle, WA | Onsite, will transfer H1B

At Amazon, we care deeply about our developer community. Come be part of a team that is building the next generation developer platform for our digital content across Alexa, Twitch, Amazon App Store, Lumberyard and many more touch points. Our team is making developing for Amazon easy. Our platform creates a seamless unified experience for developers to submit digital content including Alexa skills, Apps for Amazon devices, In-app digital goods, games and plenty more. We are looking for world class Software Developers & Quality Engineers. Reach out to sarthomp@amazon.com to learn more about the team and positions we have open.

kepano 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Lumi (YC W15) | https://www.lumi.com | Los Angeles, CA | Front-End and Full-Stack Engineers | REMOTE | Full-time

Lumi is making packaging simpler for e-commerce brands. We're solving complex supply chain problems involving everything from creating production-ready artwork, to bringing elegance to the complex systems of pricing, manufacturing, shipping and freight in the packaging industry. Our engineering team is fully remote and oriented towards functional programming.

Our stack: React, Typescript, Haskell, Servant, Postgres. As an engineer at Lumi, you'll become an important part of our diverse and dynamic 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. You can apply by going here: https://www.lumi.com/jobs

joeATkira 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Kira Systems - Toronto, Canada. Multiple roles both REMOTE and ONSITE. (AI/Machine Learning)

Kira Systems is a fast-growing legal-tech software company. Our mission is to empower enterprises through intuitive, easy-to-use software tools for uncovering relevant information in contracts.

The Kira application is built upon our own proprietary, state-of-the-art machine learning technology. Our customers include some of the worlds best law firms, professional service firms, and corporations. They use Kira to quickly and accurately review and analyze contracts for due diligence, real estate and financial transactions, as well as contract management.

We make serious enterprise software, have fun doing it, and are always looking for talented people to join our team. We strive to constantly learn, question the crowd, push the boundaries of existing technology, and solve difficult problems.

To learn more about career opportunities:


Tech: Clojure, Clojurescript

stephensonsco 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Deepgram (YC W16) is hiring for frontend, backend, A.I., and sales. DG trains and deploys deep neural speech networks to enterprise with state-of-the-art spoken language analysis. We care a lot about building products that are fast, accurate, cutting edge, and easy to use. Our application form is really short too :)

Frontend builders are what we need most (you get to work with an amazing product designer!). Definitely apply if you want to build something customers love.

Deepgram | Front End Engineer | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE, https://careers.deepgram.com

Deepgram | Senior Full Stack Engineer | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE, https://careers.deepgram.com

Deepgram | A.I. Engineer | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE, https://careers.deepgram.com

Deepgram | Head of Sales | San Francisco, CA | ONSITE, https://careers.deepgram.com

Check out these links to learn more about Deepgram. Deepgram: https://www.deepgram.com Deepgram Blog: http://blog.deepgram.com Deepgram Careers: https://careers.deepgram.com TechCrunch: https://techcrunch.com/tag/deepgram/

colinsidoti 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Head of Engineering - Full Time

We are committed to building a top-tier engineering team that will help us revolutionize the financial advice industry. As Head of Engineering, leading this team and the development of our technology will be your primary responsibility. You will ensure our software remains scalable and stable as usage grows and our product iterates, expands, and improves.

You will report directly to the CTO, who is also responsible for product management and technical recruiting. You will work with the CTO to identify personnel and other engineering needs as they come up.

You are an experienced technical leader and engineer, and have worked in both ideal and non-ideal environments. You recognize that you are joining a young startup, and sometimes that means choosing good over great.

You are ultimately responsible for taking command over the engineering team, the code architecture, and the technologies in use. By the end of the year, you are likely to be overseeing at least 2 additional full-time engineers.

About Harbor

Harbor is improving America's retirement security. We are building software to make high-quality financial planning accessible and affordable to the 65% of Americans who are not receiving any today.

We provide our users with a beautiful, online experience to design a financial plan that would cost thousands of dollars from a professional advisor. To enable that, we are developing a financial planning platform that is automated (where possible), intuitive, and educational to use. We are maniacally focused on making it easier for the average American to actually think about their finances, and are building a best-in-industry user experience to achieve that.

We are an early-stage start-up with a powerful mission and a small but high-calibre founding team: 3 co-founders educated at Harvard and MIT, extensive professional experience in financial services, management consulting, and engineering, and are one of 10 teams in the Techstars Chicago accelerator program.

Note: following the program's completion in October, we will relocate to Boston, New York, or San Francisco, depending on what's best for the business.

If interested, please contact colin@harborpension.com with your resume and a little about yourself.

bidmotion 9 hours ago 0 replies      
BidMotion | Mobile Game Developer [INTERNSHIP] | Paris | Onsite, Full-time |

We are looking for a mobile game developer, this might be the internship for you if you like:

- Developing high-quality gaming applications for iOS and Android

- Creating and researching new ideas and designs

- Integrating new features on games

Were a 2 years old growing AdTech company based in Paris with a team of roughly 20 international talented people, out of which 8 are engineers. We have achieved $40M in revenues this past year as well as being in the Top 25 worldwide within the mobile advertising industry.On the other hand, what do we offer you?

Please find more details here: http://www.bidmotion.com/careers#op-196173-internship-mobile...

tl;dr: Were small, but shooting for the stars. If you are looking for a place where you can make a huge impact and grow, come join us.

Dont hesitate to get in touch with us hr@bidmotion.com or check other openings http://www.bidmotion.com/careers

GoPeriscopeData 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Periscope Data | Senior Full Stack Engineer | San Francisco | ONSITE, VISA www.periscopedata.com


Hiring senior engineers (Ruby, Go, JavaScript) | 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. Were a kind, curious, tight-knit bunch and if you have a proven track record of delivering results and shipping great products, we would love to meet you! Join our team of 120: Email amanda@periscopedata.com

xycodex 9 hours ago 0 replies      
AWS EC2 Container Services | Software Engineer | Seattle, WA | Full-time, Onsite | https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/544896

The Amazon ECS team is looking for Software Engineers to build services that allow our customers to run, manage, and deploy Docker containers at scale. This team addresses very unique scaling challenges that directly impact how developers and organizations consume computing capacity in the cloud.

This is an opportunity to be part of a world-class team in AWS. You will design and operate distributed, highly available, fault-tolerant systems on a massive scale. This is a high growth team as we are working in the competitive and rapidly evolving space of containers and orchestration. You will be building the future!

To learn more about Amazon EC2 Container Services, visit https://aws.amazon.com/ecs

iglookid 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Locus | Full Time | ONSITE, VISA (Bangalore, India) | https://locus.sh/ | careers@locus.sh

Locus is Series-A funded, and is hiring Engineers and Data Scientists. At Locus we have an ambitious goal of Scheduling & Tracking the World transport movement. We are aware of how audacious the goal is, but we have made our initial strong footholds and have the path to move forward. Founded by a team of ex-AWS engineers, comprising of graduates from premier Indian Tech/Science Institutes (IIT/BITS-Pilani/TIFR), Locus is funded & mentored by the most respected investors and ex-entrepreneurs and have product validation with actual paying customers.

Engineers: We have always maintained a small, but high-caliber engineering team, and we are now looking to make a couple of additions to the same. We are hiring for mobile, backend & front-end. We are tech stack agnostic, and currently using Java, AngularJS and React. We would prefer to have a look at your GitHub repo or a mobile app that you have built, over your academic/educational qualification. We are a founding team of engineers, and understand that good engineering is part science part art, we would like to provide you the tools for the science and the time for the art. We are expanding the team to build the next version of our true multi-tenant platform with a few thousand events happening per second.

Data Scientists: We wish to push to edge of what is possible, and advance the field of routing problems itself. If Travelling thief, Knapsack, Capacity planning and other optimisation problem excite you, we are looking for you. We are team of PhD scientists and engineers with background in stats, working on building faster & more scalable implementation of NP-hard problems, or even a combination of a few NP-Hard problems.

While we have pizza, beer, whisky, drones, oculus rifts, raspberry PIs on the house, the biggest perk we provide you is a remarkable team. We would love to spend our most productive years, around people with great intellect and unbridled enthusiasm. In the spirit of keeping you at your productive best, we give you free fully furnished housing with internet, food & laundry taken care of, and your choice of tech gear.

Read more about what we value and our work culture at https://locus.sh/careers

bostonpete 7 hours ago 1 reply      
Exa (http://exa.com) Burlington, MA (on 128 outside Boston) | Full-time ONSITE | H1B VISA welcome

We're a relatively small software company that develops simulation/analysis/design products which are used extensively for product design in a number of industries (e.g. automotive, aerospace, and motorsports to name a few).

I manage a couple of teams here, including the simulation pre-processor group where we're looking to add a developer to get involved with the C++ development of our GUI product with 3D graphics using Qt on Windows & Linux:


wilhempujar 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Stacktical | DevOps Cloud Infrastructure Engineer | Worldwide, Paris | REMOTE, FULL TIME, https://stacktical.com

Stacktical develops Scalability Testing Automation softwares powered by predictive technologies and AI. Think Sauce Labs but for Scalability.

We are looking for a AWS/Azure/GCP Cloud Infrastructure Engineer in full DevOps capacity to accompany our customers in their IT management endeavours, and actively participate in building the Stacktical SaaS platform.

Key responsibilities include the following:

- Maintenance of servers and microservices, including critical production environments, in Cloud and other hosting configurations (dedicated, vps and shared).

- Ensure the availability, performance and scalability of applications in respect of proven design and architecture best practices.

- Design and execute Capacity Planning strategies that ensure the scalability and the elasticity of the infrastructure.

- Manage a portfolio of softwares, their development life cycle and optimize their Continuous Integration and Delivery workflows (CI/CD).

- Automate the Quality & Reliability Testing of applications (Unit Tests, Integration Tests, System Tests).

If you are interested in working using great technology, with a no-bs mindset team of digital nomads, please contact us at founders+me@stacktical.com with the subject Working at Stacktical.

A full description of this opportunity is available at http://bit.ly/workatstacktical-devops

Keywords: DevOps, Capacity Planning, Scalability, Performance (load) Testing, SRE, CI, CD, Docker, Kubernetes, AWS, GCP, Azure, Microservices, Python, R, Predictive Analytics, Machine Learning, AI, Beach


misiti3780 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Math and Pencil | Software Engineer | Anywhere | Full-time | https://www.mathandpencil.com

We are a small full-stack consulting agency with locations on the US East and West coast. I am looking for a talented junior dev (fresh out of college or a couple years' experience) looking to work remotely full-time building applications using:

* React/Redux* Python(Django)* Postgres/Redis* AWS/S3/Ubuntu

You need to have a degree in a technical subject, and you are going to need to pass our programming exams. Located in or near NYC a plus, but it shouldn't matter for the right candidate.

For more info: joseph dot misiti @ mathandpencil.com

guha 8 hours ago 0 replies      

We have hired three people through HN and look forward to more.

Interview process: Video calls if you're presently 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 (including for NASA).

We are currently open to engineers with solid experience in mobile, ScalaJS, C++ and Rust, CUDA, and/or Clojure, 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 do not presently have openings for undergraduates (B.Sc. students).

Send your resume to info@onai.com and we'll let you know if there's a potential fit.

jbkkd 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Octopus Energy | Data Scientist | Soho, London, UK | ONSITE | Full time

Octopus Energy is a challenger energy supplier based in Central London. Since we began in 2015, weve grown to supply over 100,000 customers, using technology to build an efficient, agile supply business that makes customers happy. Were backed by one of the UKs largest investors in renewables and committed to a low-carbon future designed around customers needs.

We are a tech-focused energy supplier for the UK market and we're looking for a talented Data Scientists to join our team.

We work on a range of interesting data problems from forecasting solar generation to pricing optimisation algorithms.

We're looking for someone experienced in the Python data science stack (pandas, NumPy, scikit-learn, Jupyter) and using AWS and Postgres or similar. Most importantly they should be passionate about working in the energy industry.

More info at https://octopus.energy/careers/data-scientist/

caherrerapa 9 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 verticals, you won't get bored. Join us! Our clients are well-funded, recognized startups and backed by early-stage Alibaba investors, Ensogo,and DeNA.

- Front end Developerhttps://www.workhiro.com/companies/nimbl3/d8f6b2c1

- Node.JS Developerhttps://www.workhiro.com/companies/nimbl3/84a7ef03

- Android Developerhttps://www.workhiro.com/companies/nimbl3/820c7cca?locale=en

- iOS developerhttps://www.workhiro.com/companies/nimbl3/810d25a4?locale=en

- Ruby/Rails Developerhttps://www.workhiro.com/companies/nimbl3/049ee05b

- Software engineering Internshttps://www.workhiro.com/companies/nimbl3/66dd3961

jd007 5 hours ago 0 replies      
OOHLALA Mobile (YC S16) | DevOps, Infrastructure Engineer | Montreal | https://oohlalamobile.com/

We build a mobile student engagement platform for universities and colleges. More details about company and position: https://angel.co/oohlala-mobile/jobs/261341-infrastructure-e...

Apply at tech.jobs@oohlalamobile.com.

capkutay 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Striim (https://striim.com) | Palo Alto Headquarters | Full-Time | Remote or Onsite

Striim is hiring Sales Engineers who are technically savvy with strong communication skills.

As a Striim Software Engineer in Technical Sales, youll be tasked with directly solving some of the toughest challenges at Fortune 100 companies.

We work with cutting edge big data technologies and we're recognized as one of the best places to work in the San Francisco Bay Area by multiple publications[0.


0: http://www.striim.com/blog/newsroom/press/striim-ranked-1-to...

heythisisom 6 hours ago 0 replies      
FA Labs | Android Developer Intern | Chennai, India | REMOTE, INTERNS https://falabs.io

FA Labs is an early-stage startup, primarily working on Social Networking based applications. We're looking for Android Developer Interns to work on a Messenger Application. The Applicant must possess good Implementation Skill, understanding of Object-oriented programming and experience developing Intermediate applications. Knowledge of Android Material Design and Material Transitions is a Plus. Interested applicants can send your Resume to info@falabs.io

seth_ 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Starling | Front End Engineer & Full Stack Engineer & Security Engineer | SF | Full-Time | Onsite

Starling exists to make organizations better. We're an analytics 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 gifted and driven 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

thomd 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Aptivate | Cambridge and Brighton (UK) | ONSITE

We believe people have the right to participate in decisions that affect their lives. We are a not-for-profit digital agency focusing on IT in international development. We believe IT can empower, inform and connect people all over the world with positive developmental outcomes. We choose to work on projects that have positive social benefit. These frequently entail software, Web and mobile application development. We also offer research, evaluations, training and other kinds of advisory and consultancy services.

We use agile practices in all our work; we open source the software we write and we use and promote participatory practices with our clients, with end-users, and internally. We are an equality-based non-hierarchical organisation; we make all our important decisions together, using consensus.


SAC_Analytics 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin Company | Staff Data Scientist | Shelton, CT | FULL TIME, ONSITE

Since the flight of the worlds first practical helicopter in 1939, Sikorsky has been a global innovator in rotary-wing aircraft. As a member of our Analytics team, you will use your data science experience to improve operations and reliability for some of the worlds largest helicopter fleets. We are looking for a technical leader who can bring their experience to our team by mentoring data scientists and analysts, exploring new modeling methods, and helping extract new insights from large, challenging data sets.

Please apply through our jobs site, here:



joshcarr 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Aclima | Software Engineers, Designers, Data Scientists | San Francisco | https://www.aclima.io

Help us turn billions of data points into healthier cities.

Join our team of tinkerers, scientists, designers, and engineers to empower people with environmental intelligence. In collaboration with partners like Google and the EPA, Aclimas mission is to use large scale environmental sensor networks and the resulting new body of knowledge to create a more resilient, healthy and thriving world.

Some of the tools we use: Python, Git, MariaDB, Cassandra, Nginx, NSQ, Redis, Ansible, Docker, Kubernetes, React, ES6, Webpack, D3.js


* Senior Backend Software Engineer

* UX Designer

* Interface Developer

* Senior Data Scientists

* Data Engineers

* And more... http://jobs.aclima.io

ajr0804 10 hours ago 0 replies      
Daugherty Business Solutions | Software Developer-Full Stack | Saint Louis, MO | ONSITE, Fulltime, Consulting | www.daugherty.com

Software developer passionate about solving problems with technology. We have Dev Center roles and onsite engagements. Daugherty offers great benefits, tons of training, and an opportunity to work with smart people in a collaborative environment.

Skills: Java, React JS, Angular JS

Contact: Adam Riggs, adam.riggs@daugherty.com

sabalaba 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Lambda Labs | Sales Representative | Palo Alto, CA (University Ave.) | Onsite | Full Time

We're looking for a Sales Representative who can handle technical sales.You will:

* Handle and close dozens of high value inbound sales for our Machine Learning servers and workstations

* Work directly with world experts in Machine Learning

Required Experience:

* Prior successful sales experience a must

We're located in beautiful downtown Palo Alto.

Send work experience and resume to work@lambdal.com.

https://lambdal.com for more info about our company.

SydneyKnerd 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Knewton | NYC | ONSITE |


Knewton is the worlds leading adaptive learning technology provider with the mission of bringing personalized education to the world.

We are looking for a Senior Backend Engineer

We use Java and Python among others!

Perks: Unlimited Vacation, Health/Dental/Vision, Free Lunch, Stock Options and awesome Knerd coworkers!

Process: (1) Culture Screen, (2) Tech Screen (3) Tech Interview

Questions? recruiting@knewton.com

edited-dev 9 hours 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/

cdubie 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Ladder | https://www.ladderlife.com | Palo Alto, CA | Relocation | ONSITE

React, Docker, Kubernetes, Clojure, ClojureScript, Datomic, Kafka, AWS, Buck Build

Life insurance is a $130B market where 98% of policies are sold through financial advisors and life insurance agents. Ladder is building a new type of insurance company that is all digital from the ground up and sells directly to consumers.

We are looking for talented full stack generalists that love building things and are excited to get in on the ground floor of disrupting a huge slow moving industry.This is a great opportunity for someone who is excited to:

- build and architect systems

- work with a small team of talented engineers

- work with the latest tech

- contribute to open source

https://github.com/ladderlifeIf this sounds like you email me at casey@ladderlife.com

Ridecell2016 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Ridecell is hiring Frontend (react), Backend (python/django), iOS (Swift), Android and QA Engineers for our SF office. Perm/FT, On-site in SF.

Ridecell(http://www.ridecell.com/) is on a mission to help our customers run the world better by powering the fastest growing and most efficient ridesharing, carsharing, and autonomous mobility services. As the world shifts to a mobility-as-a-service model, market leaders in traditional transportation need to rapidly transform their business. New entrants in autonomous and shared mobility have an opportunity to lead new markets. Ridecell is best poised to support the initiatives of these industry leading organizations, with several customers, including BMW, AAA (Gig carshare), and VW Group, who already use our proven platform to launch, operate, and rapidly scale their mobility services across multiple geographies.

balls187 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Avalara | Senior Software Engineer (NodeJS) | Full Time | Onsite | Seattle WA/Durham NC

Avalara is a SaaS provider for transactional tax and government compliance. It sounds boring, but getting deep into the minuatae of government legislation and transforming it into software that is easy for customers to use, is a real challenge.

We're hiring for a number of key roles on a team that is utilizing Node, AWS-Serverless (Lambda/API Gateway), and ReactJS to overhaul our internal account, billing, and subscription services.

If you're interested, shoot me a note: alan.balasundaram@avalara.com and I'll tell you more.

We offer relocation assistance to both our Seattle and Durham offices.

Our interview process is standard: Quick screen with our Tech recruiter, tech phone screen, followed by 4-6 hour in-person loop. For candidates that are not in North America, we will setup a video conference loop instead.

flavor8 9 hours ago 0 replies      
ExecVision.io - Arlington, VA | REMOTE | Full-time

ExecVision analyzes call recordings to surface actionable insights to sales organizations. Multiple positions open:

- Pipeline & Analytics Engineering Manager; run the content pipeline & analytics teams. Hands on (75:25) management role. Python, Java, NLP, TensorFlow/similar, distributed systems, and prior management or leadership experience.

- Dev/Ops Engineer. Linux, AWS, Ansible, SOC2/compliance, security, Postgres, Elastic.

- Sr & Mid level Software Engineers. Python or Java, React, SQL.

- Solutions Engineer. Bridge product and dev/ops teams. Python, Java, Linux.

- Sales Engineer. Work across dev, sales and customer success teams. Ideal for recent CS graduate with customer service/sales skills.

- Machine Learning / Analytics Engineers. TensorFlow or similar, Python or Java, SQL, ElasticSearch, NLP / Computational Linguistics, Audio Analysis.

- Research Interns / NLP, Machine Learning, Computational Linguistics. Can be part->full time.

Email resumes to: jobs@4rc.io

twakefield 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Gravitational | Senior Devops Engineer, Senior Backend Engineer | Oakland and Toronto | ONSITE, REMOTE (for those with remote experience), https://gravitational.com/

About us:

We are well-funded, early stage systems & cloud startup headquartered in Oakland. We are an experienced team: we founded Mailgun [1] which was acquired by Rackspace, we created Vulcand [2] and some other cool stuff at Rackspace [3] and are the authors of Teleport [4], Teleconsole [5] and Telekube [6].

We love Linux and low level systems programming and we love helping open source communities and other engineers build great solutions.

Additional detail: https://github.com/gravitational/careers

Contact: jobs@gravitational.com

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

[2] https://github.com/vulcand/vulcand

[3] https://www.rackspace.com/en-us/cloud/servers/onmetal/specs

[4] https://github.com/gravitational/teleport

[5] https://www.teleconsole.com/

[6] http://gravitational.com/telekube/

KerryJones 5 hours ago 0 replies      
HubHaus, REMOTE or ONSITE, $80-130K, Fullstack/Backend Developer


We're a modern solution to housing, creating community through coliving.

We don't have room or money for a cog in a wheel. You will own your area. We will provide you with the support, tools, training and anything else you need to fulfill your particular goals.

Apply with CV to kerry@thehubhaus.com

msprague 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Guidebook | San Francisco, CA | Fulltime, ONSITE, VISA transfer | Software Engineer--Android

At Guidebook, were developing mobile apps to help organizations of all types connect with their audiences. Now, at 6 years old, weve powered over 20,000 events, conferences, and guides. On average, we serve hundreds of thousands of users per week, and some of our more popular events can attract tens of thousands by themselves. We are looking for an enthusiastic, experienced Android Engineer to join our team.

Best way to apply is to head over to our careers page and mention that you saw this on HN :) https://guidebook.com/careers/#open-positions

robotsasquatch 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Shaper Tools | Front End Engineers, C++/Qt Developers, Computer Vision Experts | San Francisco, CA | Onsite

Shaper is developing a revolutionary line of computer-augmented power tools, starting with a handheld CNC router called Origin. Were looking for an experienced engineers to help us create handheld robots that re-define making.

Check out the product on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/shapertools

We're looking for Front End Engineers with experience using React, C++/Qt developers with embedded experience, and Computer Vision experts to help us get Origin into the hands of makers. Help us define a new generation of connected power tools!

Apply at https://shapertools.com/careers/

Toadsoup 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Applied Engineering | Software Developer | Bismarck ND, Fargo ND | ONSITE

Software Developer Bismarck/Fargo areaSoftware Development Manager Bismarck/Fargo areaPostgreSQL DBA FargoEmbedded Systems Developer -Bismarck/Fargo area

We work on a variety of client projects with a wide variety of custom software development needs. Specific languages and frameworks vary by projects. In past projects we have had C#, Entity Framework, .NET, Java, angular, bootstrap, node, SASS, python, flask, PHP, javascript, and other tools. There is some flexibility in specific tools, we mostly want people who can examine and solve problems. The toolset is often based on the project team's skillset and the project's specific requirements.

If you are interested in learning more, please email me - trcihardson at go-applied (dot) com

Include a short bio, but not a full resume.

zbruhnke 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Cyndx Networks | Senior Software Engineer, Backend Engineer | Santa Monica, CA | Onsite https://www.doppler.ai

We operate at all levels of the stack: So were responsible for the full stack, from our backend APIs to our front-end built nearly completely using Angular.js.

Preferably you would have full-stack engineering experience in any of the following languages: JavaScript,Python/Django, Ruby/Ruby on Rails and a Minimum of 3 years of industry experience in engineering.

We are looking for someone with 3+ years experience developing software as part of a team or with interesting Open source or side projects.

Engineers who have experience with best practices such as A/B testing, test coverage(most of us practice BDD).Evidence of exposure to architectural patterns of a large, high-scale web application (e.g., well-designed APIs, high volume data pipelines, efficient algorithms)

While the company is Cyndx Networks our latest product(linked to here) Doppler is a tool focused around helping companies raise funding including a tool for matching you to the right investors, helping you manage them through a fundraise process with a built in CRM and data room and a dashboard to keep your board/advisors/investors apprised of what's going onduring the fundraising process.

As a multiple time past founder we built this because we wanted to see it exist - now that we have companies using it the feedback has been great.

In a nutshell its like having an analyst to tell you who to reach out to (we have an algorithm that recommends investors to your company and tells you why) plus docsend for giving access to your docs and then a complete dashboard to see who accessed them and when at scale all powered by dataroom providers you'd typically pay a lot of money for.

Some Perks

Subsidized lunchGreat HealthcareAll the Equipment you need (multiple monitors, New Macs etc.)Healthy Vacation (We're a very family oriented bunch)

sv123 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Headset | .net MVC dev | Seattle, WA | ONSITE | Full Time

About Headset

At Headset we're a cannabis tech company thats passionate about helping businesses become successful. Our core team founded leafly.com, revolutionizing cannabis consumption by putting information in the hands of consumers. With Headset, we want to do the same thing for cannabis business intelligence.

Our comprehensive data analytics services benefit the entire supply chain, from seed to sale. With three products that cover the array of specialized needs that cannabis businesses have, be they growers, extractors, processors, or retailers. We also release quarterly and annual market reports, offering our followers a data-driven look at one of the fastest growing industries on earth.

More info and apply: https://stackoverflow.com/jobs/147893/web-application-develo...

prattl 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Hire an Esquire | UX/UI Designer | Pittsburgh, PA, USA | Full time, ONSITE

Were rounding out our product team by searching for an ambitious and detail-oriented UX/UI designer. The ideal candidate will have strong experience in responsive web application design and will be tasked with creating new user workflows as we continue building out our product. Were looking for somebody who has experience delivering both UX and UI designs, with a strong emphasis on responsive design and user-testing.

Hire an Esquire is a Legal Labor Marketplace / Vertical SaaS transforming legal freelance, hiring and recruiting by automating and updating an outdated process. We're a lean, energetic startup team with offices in NYC, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Philadelphia, and San Antonio.

Apply at http://hireanesquireteam.applytojob.com/apply/TaTDoqgz2t/UXU... (be sure to mention HN)

brookesey 7 hours ago 0 replies      
ASI Data Science | Senior Full Stack Engineer | London | Onsite, Visa Sponsorship Available, http://www.asidatascience.com/careersASI is building a truly innovative data science platform (https://sherlockml.com), capable of handling petabyte-scale data analysis. Used both internally by our data science consultants and provided as a product to our clients, you will be building the product that drives ASIs growth over the coming years.Work with the following technologies: Scala, Python, NodeJS, ReactJS, Apache Spark, PostgreSQL
mcargian 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Madwell New York, NY Full Time, ONSITE A tiny giant marketing agency in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

We're looking for someone who is passionate about delivering an amazing user experience and building something that they can be proud of.

Senior Wordpress Developer http://careers.madwell.com/apply/4sqDxRZ6Cm/Senior-PHP-Devel...

Magento Certified Developer - http://careers.madwell.com/apply/ZLMrL4wAEC/Magento-ECommerc...

oladon 9 hours ago 0 replies      
ChatLingual | Full-Stack Developer (Node.js) | Denver/Boulder, Colorado | Full-Time | ONSITE

ChatLingual gives businesses access to new markets by removing one of the oldest barriers to entry: language. We've built a platform that allows people to communicate in 89 languages, which companies can use to support their customers around the world. We are looking for an experienced, broadly-skilled developer to join our team as we grow. This is a senior position.

Stack is Node.js, Postgres, Redis, and Angular hosted on AWS.

More details can be found on AngelList (http://bit.ly/fullstack_details) or by emailing us at 42@chatlingual.com.

Investors include: Foundry Group, Royal Street VC

Oversight team includes: Jeff Rohr[0], Former CFO at Deloitte; Ben Rifkin[1], Partner at Royal Street Ventures; Tim Joyce[2], Former CIO of Xerox Customer Care; Lucas Dickey[3], Head of Product at Stealth Co (an a16z portfolio company)

Feel free to post comments with feedback/questions here as well I'll be around.

[0] Jeff Rohr: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jprohr

[1] Ben Rifkin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/benrifkin

[2] Tim Joyce: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-joyce-ab25081

[3] Lucas Dickey: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lucasdickey

victorquinn 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Spring | multiple positions | NYC | onsite | full-time | https://www.shopspring.com

Join our growing engineering team at Spring, a well-backed startup headquartered in New York City. We just raised a $65MM Series C to continue growing our team. We are building the future of fashion 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.

We recently launched a new version of our app with a heavy focus on Personalization with our in-house fashion recommendation engine which we are constantly working to improve.

A few cool challenges we are tackling: building the best in breed shopping experience on web and mobile, building out a good API integrations with our partners so they can integrate with our massive multi-brand product catalog, building our own custom order management system, tons of scalability work, building out a machine learning backed fashion recommendation engine.

We just moved into a beautiful new office near Madison Square Park and we offer all the startup benefits you'd expect.

We are looking for iOS, web, and backend engineers in lead and senior roles. We are also looking for data scientists of all levels to join our growing team working on our fashion recommendation system.

Learn more about our tech stack and working here at Spring: https://www.shopspring.com/engineering

Apply here: http://grnh.se/icdh7l1

Feel free to email me directly victor at shopspring.com with any questions about our company, our roles, etc. (but please don't send resumes, use our applicant tracking system at the link above)

taylorc93 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Minerva Analytics | Cambridge, MA | Software Engineer | Full-time | OnsiteMinerva Analytics is the latest team to be formed inside Cogo Labs (https://www.cogolabs.com) proven incubator model. As a Minerva Analytics Software Engineer, your raw energy and hunger to hone your engineering chops building consumer web applications will become the foundation of your success here. Youll be working on internal tools and consumer-facing websites, using a variety of different technologies. Solid Javascript chops will serve you well, as will being comfortable designing APIs, building complex single-page apps, and rapidly prototyping sites.https://www.cogolabs.com/careers/e4863e98-3963-46a6-a68a-ff8....
bastih 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Artory | (Senior) Software Engineer | Berlin, Germany | ONSITE, VISA

Artory is building the world's largest repository of data for the art world. Transparency and integrity is paramount in gaining the trust of the market and becoming the go-to resource for artwork-related information. Assembling a comprehensive registry of records of artwork-related information, as well as providing owners of artworks with means to prove their ownership while preserving their anonymity, we are transforming the market entrance experience for art buyers, and create additional assurance for everyone dealing with artworks.

Our team is growing and we are looking for engineers to work on our Python/Django/REST Framework/PostgreSQL/AWS stack.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch with me (sebastian.hillig@artory.com)

Please apply at: https://artory-gmbh.workable.com/j/A8663393B8

virtudude 9 hours ago 0 replies      
10% Happier | Mobile Engineer / iOS Developer | 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/10-happier-meditation-for-fi...)

We're looking for an iOS developer excited by the challenges of building a fast-growing + consumer mobile + meditation startup.

You're likely an iOS specialist (who has shipped product iOS apps), with strong product sensibilities (i.e. you have strong opinions for how things should work, and don't need all the details to get something shipped), and an allergy for working on things that don't move the needle. In addition to leading efforts on the iOS app, you'll also help the team of experienced + passionate folks maintain a strong engineering culture - mentoring, 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 is our iOS app. Its built in Swift & ReactiveCocoa. Our backend is 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 jeff@ (10percenthappier.com) if youre interested.

vj44 7 hours ago 0 replies      
OnSpecta | Palo Alto, CA | Software Engineer | Remote | Visa OnSpecta | Palo Alto, CA | Research Engineer | Remote | Visa

OnSpecta is an early-stage startup founded by successful serial entrepreneurs and deep learning experts from MIT, which was born out of MITs neuroscience lab. We offer a Deep Learning Server (DLS) which increases the performance of deep learning computations on Intel and ARM CPUs. Unlike most AI start-ups, OnSpecta has the luxury to attack multiple verticals at once. We already have pilots with unicorn-type customers within Autonomous Vehicle, Healthcare, and Consumer Devices (aka Drones).

email: hiring@onspecta.com


andmcgregor 9 hours ago 0 replies      
SAF Platform | www.safplatform.com | Full Time | Onsite | New York, NY (Flatiron)

* Full Stack Software Engineer

We are in the early stages of building out an engineering team here in NYC and are looking for a talented Full Stack Engineer who has experience designing, developing, and integrating complex systems. In this role, you will help build a scalable platform and resilient core infrastructure, architecting end-to-end data flows, and driving software development from initial concept to production release.

The ideal candidate works well in a small, collaborative, and creative environment that moves fast. You also have previous demonstrable experience and are ready for your next big project. You enjoy using technology to solve complex business problems. You are organized, self-directed, and committed to building great things.

Our stack consists of React, Redux, Rails, Postgres, and more. We place a great deal of emphasis on testing and value a culture of frequent constructive feedback.

Interested? Email engineering [at] safplatform.com

huahaiy 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Juji | San Jose, CA | Fulltime | Onsite | https://juji.io/fullstack

Juji, Inc. is building an AI platform that focuses on understanding and helping individuals. We are funded by both US government and VC, with repeating paying customers. We are looking for talented software engineers to join our engineering team. Our stack includes Clojure/Clojurescript, Datomic, Postgres, Kafka, Docker, AWS.

no_gravity 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Gnod | Hamburg/Berlin, Germany or REMOTE | http://www.gnod.com

Gnod is building web based discovery tools based on machine learning and new visualization techniques. We are looking for an experienced PHP developer. If you have experience in building a community backend based on Laravel, that's a plus.

wholesavr 9 hours ago 0 replies      
WholeSavr | Backend & FullStack developers | India - (Anywhere) | Full Time | REMOTE/ONSITE

We are building a live streaming product and several functionalities around it. Our backend/streaming team uses several custom and open source media and streaming servers. We are currently hiring people in India for two open positions.

Backend Engineer (ES6/NodeJS/MongoDB/PostgreSQL) - Experience in NodeJS is necessary and should be able to work with APIs fluently. Also, experience with MongoDb and PostgreSql is required. (Exp 2+ years needed)

Fullstack Engineer (ES6/NodeJS/ReactJS) - Experience in ReactJS is absolutely necessary along with NodeJs, PostgreSql, MongoDB. (Exp 3+ years needed)

We offer a competitive salary based on your experience and all other benefits. Salary is no bar for the right candidate.

To apply, please send your resumes/cv at techservices (at) wholesavr (dot) com. Do add [HN] in the title.

moss_whitney 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Triggr Health | Full Stack and Data Engineers | Chicago | ONSITE | Full-time

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.

fheisler 1 hour ago 0 replies      
Opportunity@Work | Senior Software Developer | Washington, DC | ONSITE

We are looking for an experienced full-time developer who will work with our small in-house product and engineering team to help us realize our vision of a multi-sided labor marketplace designed to enable skills-based, inclusive hiring that reaches millions of Americans. You will:

 - Collaborate with technical and nontechnical teammates across Opportunity@Work, providing technical feedback and mentorship around best practices - Inform technical trade-offs and possible product paths for development strategy - Mentor and guide junior members of the development team - Develop technical solutions according to specification - Inform technical trade-offs and possible product paths for development strategy - Help define interfaces with the diverse array of relevant tools and players (e.g., job boards used by job seekers, applicant tracking systems used by employers)
You are passionate about using technology in service of the most pressing and complex social challenges. You are experienced in working in agile product development teams. You have experience with and a track record of demonstrating excellence across the following skills and technologies:

 - Front-end web development (HTML, CSS, Bootstrap) - Back-end data architecture (API design) - Object-oriented programming and at least one modern web framework (we use Rails) - Managing the software development lifecycle within a team; agile development - Making smart tradeoffs of efficiency/speed/reliability/maintainability - Following software development best practices (automated testing, code comments, etc) - Collaborating with nontechnical partners to effectively communicate technical outcomes - Taking a user-driven approach, finding effective solutions for users of diverse socioeconomic and educational backgrounds
You should also have:

 - Passion for our mission: You care deeply about workforce, social justice and inclusive training/hiring related issues. - Clear communication: You have good written and verbal communication skills with the ability to synthesize complex information into simple and engaging terms with your audience in mind. - People-centered approach: You enjoy engaging with people and have a talent for building and managing strong relationships that achieve outcomes. You are comfortable working in teams and can build rapport with people from diverse backgrounds and perspectives and use a human centered design approach to your work.
To apply, visit https://opportunityatwork.org/join-our-team/#techhire

bensummers 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Haplo | Junior Software Developer | London, UK | Full time, ONSITE

Are you early on in your career, or graduating this summer? We're a great place to learn to be the best developer you can be.

We're looking for three new developers to join our growing team, and here's four reasons to start your career with us:


We have deliberately set up our company to support people who're just starting out, and we're good at accelerating your learning and giving you a wide range of experience.



We build research information management systems for universities, on top of our open source Haplo platform.


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.


statictype 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Eutech Cybernetic | Full Stack Developer | Full Time | Chennai, India ONSITE - https://www.iviva.com

What we're building:

* A SAAS platform and product suite for managing Smart Cities and Smart Workplaces

* A cloud-based real-time integration platform for the Internet Of Things.

Our software typically integrates with real-time subsystems in buildings (think lighting systems, security systems, CCTVs, access card systems, energy meters, sensors, fire alarms, AHUs, HVACs etc...) and lets your monitor and control your smart environment.

We've been doing the Internet Of Things before it was a buzzword.

We need a full-stack developer. We write code in C#, F#, Python, Javascript, Typescript and some smatterings of Go.

We are currently shipping:

A distributed processing engine built on the actor model.

A web service on top of Cassandra to process large volumes of access card and sensor data.

We have interesting problems to solve. Mail me at <haran at ecyber.com>

jayzee 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Quartzy | Palo Alto, CA | Onsite (Relocation provided)

Quartzy helps hundreds of thousands of scientists improve the efficiency of their research by saving them time and money. Our team is passionate about accelerating scientific research through well-designed, meaningful tools for labs in academic institutions as well as pharma/biotech companies.

Front-end Engineer: http://grnh.se/286iwp1

Software Engineer - Marketplace: http://grnh.se/7nl1uo

itajaja 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Butterfly Network | Cloud Engineer | NYC, NY | ONSITE

At Butterfly Network we are building a device that will make medical imaging accessible to everyone in the world. Its a breakthrough that will save millions of lives.

As a full-stack cloud engineer you are expected to take ownership of several aspects of the architecture and to be able to contribute at different levels. Here are some of the technologies being used and skills required to apply (knowledge and experience in all of them is not mandatory)

3 or more years of experience developing flexible cloud-based computing environments

Experience with cloud computing leveraging AWS

Experience with Docker and Kubernetes

Comfortable with Linux system administration

Experience with modern web frontend development (React, css modules, ES2017, Webpack)

Experience with designing RESTFUL APIs for a microservice architecture

Experience developing with Python environments

Experience developing with NodeJS environments

Experience with Graphql or similar technologies

Experience with scripting, management, and automation tools for CI and CD

Experience developing high availability systems and software for fault-intolerant applications such as medicine, scientific computing, aerospace, and finance

Experience with fast and agile development life cycles

Apply through https://angel.co/4catalyzer/jobs/40282-full-stack-cloud-engi... or email me at gtagliabue @ 4catalyzer.com


jconley 7 hours ago 0 replies      
Redwood City, CA | Full time | ONSITE | http://bravahome.com

tldr; - We need a DevOps/SRE Lead and a Junior/Mid Full Stack Web Engineer.

You probably havent heard of us but weve spent the last few years building a better way to cook food. I guess you could call it an IoT device, however, we did way more than just put a screen and wifi connection on an existing technology. We use computer vision, machine learning, various sensors, a completely novel heating system, and applied physics to cook amazing food quickly and consistently. Weve recently raised a Series B round and are gearing up for launch.

On the technology side of the company we have teams of culinary scientists, embedded engineers, software engineers, automation engineers, electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, and even a physics professor. We are all working together to build a great product. Our experienced software engineers have built a myriad of backend software to support our device, mobile apps, and web site. We have to scale always-on connections from our devices as well as mobile and web applications, support auto-updates, an eCommerce system, analytics events, device telemetry, logs, monitoring, machine learning clusters, and more. Were largely using open source software packaged up in Docker images and orchestrated with Kubernetes, running on a mix of AWS and GCP. We want our systems to be hosted cross-region, highly available, and cloud-agnostic.

We must have secure, performant, and highly available backend systems. Right now we have a gap in our team and are in need of a DevOps Engineer to get our systems production ready. As the first hire on our DevOps team, you would be responsible for taking ownership of our deployments/infrastructure and setting the standard of how we manage it going forward.

We also need a Junior/Mid level full stack engineer, ideally with a front-end focus, that can help us create all of the things that DevOps engineer will have to manage. We work in Python/Django and NodeJS/Express, with a largely Postgres/Redis/Kafka backend.

You can email me directly at jd+jobs@bravahome.com

flowtech 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Flow Commerce | Software Engineer (all levels/disciplines) | Hoboken, NJ | ONSITE

Flow is an enterprise SaaS platform that makes it simple for ecommerce brands to sell globally. Its a large market (~$400B last year) and growing quickly (~30% year over year). We closed a massive series A funding round earlier this year ($16M) and are scaling the team. We love building software. We love open source. We spend tons of time carefully designing our APIs - both for the REST APIs and the event schemas we use on our data platform.

Were looking for developers who are passionate about:

- APIs - both REST and real time event processing- Machine Learning / NLP to solve real problems in the ecommerce world- Bringing great UI and UX to the enterprise

About you:

- You take pride in owning technical features from concept to keyboard to end-user.- Youre comfortable in a fast-paced environment with a bias toward delivery.- You believe in automation and tools over process and bureaucracy.

About us:

- Balanced and Productive. We have a great core team that genuinely built the culture on a foundation of trust - more at https://www.flow.io/our-company/- Founded in 2015 by second time successful entrepreneurs (Gilt Groupe, Fizzback).

Open source: node.js, react, redux, scala (the kind of scala without a var), play framework, golang (CLIs) - more at: https://github.com/flowcommerce.

Our commitment to diversity goes well beyond demographics. We have many friends here on HN, and are really looking for interesting people from all backgrounds, industries, and levels of experience. It's early enough that you will have a huge impact on what we do and how we do it. If you have questions or want to apply, pls drop me a note: Eric <em at flow.io>

gametimeunited 8 hours ago 0 replies      
GAMETIME UNITED, makers of the Gametime App in San Francisco. ((https://gametime.co/)) Our engineering team is interviewing select senior engineers who are interested in making the transition to Go(lang). Company is current 80 FTE & 25 engineers. We're amidst a complete rebuild of our architecture produce a real-time live events marketplace. Come join the mission. Reach directly out to our Head of Talent.


Lead Software Engineer:


Hotjar_Rec 7 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 | Big Data Engineer (Europe) | Remote

Hotjar | Platform Engineer (Europe) | Remote

Hotjar | AngularJS Developer (Europe) | Remote

Hotjar | Front-end Developer (Europe) | Remote

Hotjar | Full Stack Developer (Europe) | Remote

Hotjar | Python Developer (Europe) | Remote

Hotjar | Product Designer (Europe) | Remote

Hotjar | User Interface Designer (Europe) | Remote

Information about all roles can be found on our careers page: http://careers.hotjar.com/

paulc 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Daily Burn | Senior Backend Engineer, QA/Test Engineer | New York | ONSITE | www.dailyburn.com

DailyBurn is a leading fitness brand and builds products to help people get fit and live a sustainable healthy lifestyle.

Our focus is on high quality streaming workout content, we produce and distribute all our content on demand and also offer a live daily workout.

Our tech stack is a Rails web app powering most of our API, golang for backend services, React.js web front end and native apps on iOS, tvOS, Android, Kindle, FireTV and Roku.

Get in touch with paul@dailyburn.com for any of the below roles:

Senior Backend:

* 4+ years backend development experience

* Experience designing and building backend systems

* Experience with Ruby/Rails or an equivalent web development framework

* Experience with Go a plus

QA/Test Engineer:

* 3 years experience in a testing or development role

* Direct experience with automated testing frameworks or the related technologies

* Strong understanding of QA methodologies

CptMauli 9 hours ago 0 replies      
IBH SYSTEMS GmbH | Software Developer | Munich, Essen | ONSITE, Full-Time, Part-Time, http://www.ibh-systems.com

We are a small but very developer driven company. If you would like to work in your own pace, setting your own goals, you will feel right at home.

We are working on two Eclipse based open source projects: Eclipse NeoSCADA and Package Drone. If you have any experience with industrial protocols (IEC 60870, IEC 61850, DNP3, OPC, ...) and would like to be part of that, then please apply!




Send your CV to juergen.rose@ibh-systems.com

No recruiters or placement agencies

bcohen123 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Kensho Technologies | Data Scientists/Engineers across the stack | Full-time/Onsite | (Cambridge/Boston)/NYC/DC

Kensho is a leading analytics and machine learning company serving the financial, healthcare, and national security sectors.

We are backed by investors as diverse as Google, Goldman Sachs, and In-Q-Tel (the venture arm of the CIA).

We recruit world-class engineers, data scientists, designers, scientists and researchers, many of whom have PhDs in scientific disciplines. We have a spectrum of opportunities in Harvard Square, New York City, and Washington, D.C. for individuals with the right scientific and computing skills.

To see all open positions visit: https://www.kensho.com/careers

coripryor 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Hustle, Inc.-- all SWE roles are onsite in SF or NYC, full-time.

At Hustle, We build communications software that helps mission-driven organizations strengthen enduring, personal relationships with their contacts, and to leverage those relationships to achieve well-defined outcomes.

We are looking for experienced, well-rounded engineers who can help us build a rock-solid messaging infrastructure, a beautiful web interface, intuitive data tools, and fast mobile applications. We have a modern stack built on node.js, React, and React Native, and a veteran engineering team from Facebook and MongoDB. We're venture-backed by top VC firms including Social Capital and Index Ventures.

Check out our careers page here: https://hustle.com/careers/

sharethisTA 7 hours ago 0 replies      
ShareThis | Data Engineer | Palo Alto | ONSITE ONSITE Full-Time | H1B Transfers OK

Open positions:

1) Sr./Principal Data Scientist

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 data scientists to come help us with the machine learning models for building out our user profile platform.

If you're interested in joining our 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.

vedses 4 hours ago 0 replies      
SUSE | Senior Developer Enterprise Storage | Nuremberg (DE), REMOTE or any SUSE office | Full Time

With a group of highly skilled professionals, you will help shape the future of software defined storage. You will be part of a truly international team which contributes to the Ceph community project and creates SUSE's Enterprise Storage product. In this role you will write code that extends and enhances the existing functionality as well as debugging and fixing it. This is a job offering for a passionate software developer who enjoys working on distributed storage technology.

We are looking for experience in complex Linux based software projects, great C/C++ skills, experience in distributed software and a good knowledge base on filesystems - conventional and distributed and a firm understanding of network stacks.

Feel free to leave a comment or go through jobs.suse.com.

eli 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Industry Dive | Washington, DC | Onsite

Join a passionate team that keeps millions of business leaders up-to-date with the latest industry news and trends. The projects here are challenging and rewarding. We always experiment and refine the way we work.

We're hiring for a number of positions:

- IT Manager (Support network & internal IT services for 80+ employees)

- Back-end Developer (Especially Python/Django)

- Digital Marketing Analyst

- Ad Operations Coordinator

- A variety of fulltime and freelance writing/reporting opportunities (these may be REMOTE)

More info here http://industrydive.com/jobs/

IT Manager and Back-end Developer positions report to me, but I'm happy to answer questions about anything: eli-at-industrydive.com. Please also send me a note if you think you have something to add but don't quite fit any of the listed open positions.

jack7890 7 hours ago 1 reply      
SeatGeek New York, NY Full Time We're a mobile marketplace for tickets and live events.

Web Engineer We're looking for someone who loves building for the web. Everything else (professional experience, where in the stack you fit, the languages you've used) is up for grabs. Details here: https://seatgeek.com/jobs/software_engineer

iOS Engineer, marketing roles, and lots more here: https://seatgeek.com/jobs

Liriel 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Technical Support Specialist (Americas), Semaphore CI Novi Sad - Serbia, Remote


Ability to work in the Pacific Standard Time zone

Experience in working remotely

Exposure to programming with a language like Ruby

Basic experience using Git (through GitHub or Bitbucket), SSH and the Linux command line

Solid understanding of how websites and web applications workStellar English and grammar skills

Excellent problem-solving skills you might not know all the answers, but you know how to find and communicate the solutionStrong emotional intelligence and empathy you are naturally pleasant to customers even if they are having a bad day, and are attuned to hear the question behind a question

A unique writing style and voice

3+ years of working in a professional environment

Bonus qualifications

Customer service experience

Ability to effortlessly explain continuous integration and continuous delivery to a non-developer


roadbeats 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Kozmos (https://getkozmos.com) | Full-stack (Go+Preact) Engineer, Designer, Marketing | Remote

Bookmarking simplified into one button. It automatically organizes users bookmarks, providing an advanced search engine.

Please send your resume to azer+hn@getkozmos.com

ErrantX 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Capital One | Engineering Manager | Full Time | ONSITE | London

I'm looking for a strong people manager AND brilliant engineer to take the lead of an existing team in our London office. As part of a larger group they will be delivering key components of a next-generation API platform.

Lots of exciting management and tech challenges. Fun place to work at; we just moved into a new space in White Collar Factory on Old Street (very funky!). Great benefits.

Feel free to contact me directly: thomas (dot) morton (at) capitalone (dot) com

We're recruiting heavily across Nottingham & London, mostly for senior devs, feel free to check out the other roles: http://rolp.co/ZufH9

danielamc 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Uken Games | Developers | Toronto | Full-time | On-site https://www.uken.com

Uken is looking for talented developers to help us build amazing mobile games. In particular, we have positions available for:

Backend Developers

Help us scale our backend to enable a million concurrent players by creating the infrastructure and services that underly all of our games. Primary tech is Java, AWS, Spark, Scala but you'll be working with many more such as Docker, Redis, NSQ, websockets, Hadoop, and InfluxDB.

Software Developers

Join one of our game teams to build something that millions of people will play and love. Primary tech is C# & Unity

About Uken

We are one of the largest independent game studios in Canada, with hundreds of thousands of players a day across mobile and Facebook.

More info including full job postings at http://uken.com

mike_heffner 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Librato/Papertrail/TraceView | Sr Data Engineer | SF / US-REMOTE | Full-time | https://www.librato.com/jobs

We're looking for a full-time software engineer to take a key role in building the large-scale distributed systems that power Solarwinds Cloud products: Papertrail (hosted logs), Librato (time-series metrics) and TraceView (APM and distributed tracing).

Were a small team so everyone has the opportunity to have a big impact. Weve built our platform out largely on Java8 Dropwizard services, a handful of Golang services and some C++ where performance is critical. We leverage Kafka as our main service bus, Cassandra for long term storage, our in-house stream processing framework for online analytics, and we rely on Zookeeper as a core part of intra/inter-service coordination. Our data pipeline pushes millions of messages a second and tens of terabytes of logs per day.

All team members, whether local in San Francisco or remote, commit code to Github, communicate over Slack and Hangouts, push code to production via our ChatOps bot, and run all production applications on AWS. We also use an array of best-breed SaaS applications to get code to production quickly and reliably. We are a team that is committed to a healthy work/life balance.

Papertrail/Librato/TraceView are wholly owned by SolarWinds Inc. so you get the benefits of a small startup, with the backing of a big company so there is no worry about the next round of funding. SolarWinds offers competitive bonus and matching 401k programs that create an attractive total compensation package.

This is an example of some of the technology we build and work with on a regular basis: http://www.heavybit.com/library/blog/streamlining-distribute....

Learn more at: https://www.librato.com/jobs or contact me directly at mike@librato.com (no recruiters).

emilburzo 8 hours ago 1 reply      

If you find ctrl-f ineffective for this thread, I made:


Where you can use the search operators that elasticsearch has -- click on "(syntax)" if you don't use them daily.

noinput 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Giving Assistant PBC. | Safari Extension Developer (Swift) | San Francisco | ONSITE/REMOTE

Our mission is to simplify the process of searching for a better deal while transforming mainstream shopping into a sustainable source of support for nonprofit organizations. We're making it happen as a venture backed, profitable, consumer tech, Certified B Corporation.

Who We're Looking for: Do you have +2 years experience working with Safari web browser? Are you current in changes to the Safari app extension program? Have you launched Safari browser app extensions before? If so, wed love to have you part of our team.

Read more and apply:https://givingassistant.org/careers?bzid=65f05c47c4d3

latch 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Second Spectrum | Software Engineer | Los Angeles, USA | onsite https://www.secondspectrum.com/

We're a sports oriented company that blends computer vision, machine learning and design to change how sports are coached, played and watched. Starting next season, we're going to be the Official Optical Tracking Provider for the NBA.

openings: https://www.secondspectrum.com/careers.html

Briefly: Computer Vision (CV) in Lausanne CH and LA, mid-senior software engineer in LA, mid-to-senior front-end engineer in LA. QA and senior QA engineers in LA and infrastructure engineers in LA.

I'm happy to answer questions: karl@secondspectrum.com

mattygreenburg 9 hours ago 1 reply      
ZeroCater | San Francisco | Onsite, Fulltimehttps://zerocater.com/careers

Help bring people and ideas together through food. Our engineers appreciate good design, whether its clean API or good UI. Enjoy working with Python or Ruby and have worked with Django or Rails. Here are our technical roles we currently looking for:

- Sr. Full-Stack Engineers

- Product Managers

- Operations Analysts

The work we do is bringing tens of thousands of people together every day. Shared meals are a fundamental human experience. To us, food fosters relationships and new ideas. Were obsessed with improving our customers lives by making every meal count.

Contact recruiting@zerocater.com or https://zerocater.com/careers

nsamuell 9 hours ago 1 reply      
Pathgather - http://pathgather.com - ONSITE - New York, NY (NYC)Pathgather is a fully-funded enterprise learning SaaS startup (Techstars) focused on helping employees advance their careers by learning new skills. Our talent development platform is used by some of the largest companies in the world (HP, Visa, Qualcomm, etc.) to (1) aggregate learning content from both public (e.g. Udacity) and private (e.g. internal learning systems) catalogs, (2) empower employees to share what they're learning and mentor each other, and (3) 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 still small (~20 employees) but we're growing our product & engineering teams quickly and are adding positions across the spectrum.If you've got at least a few years (2+) experience building web products, are passionate about learning, and want to join a growing team where you can have a real impact on the careers of our users around the world, let's get in touch. Contact me (neville@pathgather.com, CTO) to get started!

* BACKEND ENGINEER (Ruby/PostgreSQL/GraphQL/Elasticsearch/APIs)

* FRONTEND ENGINEER (Typescript/React/React Native/CSS/Node)



* DATA ENGINEER (Go/SQL/Machine Learning)

* DATA SCIENTIST (Data Analysis/Machine Learning)

* TOOLS ENGINEER (Fullstack/Ruby/Node)

* SECURITY ENGINEER (Infrastructure/Devops/Compliance)

...and others. We're still in the process of updating our careers page (https://jobs.lever.co/pathgather), so if you don't see your role but you have a unique skillset that can help us, get in touch and explain why! We're a startup, after all...

NuSkooler 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Content Watch | Salt Lake City, UT / Berwyn, PA | Full Time, Onsite or remote

We are a family controls company focusing on solutions to children safe and parents at ease in the modern mobile world!

We have a relatively small development team and need to grow to meet demands. We are seeking full stack DevOp engineers to work on a variety of projects such as replacing legacy backend systems, develop new client features, and expand our DCA technology.

Some of the things you'll play with:

Node.js, C++11, and a bit of native Android (Java) and iOS (Swift) code

AWS, large amounts of data, and hundreds of thousands of clients

Nitty gritty system level programming all the way up to UX

Work with a small team where YOU can make a difference

We prefer onsite but are open to remote given the right candidate.

Contact bashby(at)contentwatch.com

Keywords: REMOTE

Ben-G 9 hours ago 1 reply      
PlanGrid (YCW12) | San Francisco | Full-time, On-Site | Visa

 Were building software that is changing the construction industry (think GitHub for construction, but our ambitions are bigger). Our users love our app because it helps them build real things more efficiently. By joining our team you can influence product decisions and work on interesting technical challenges (our client apps work with GBs of data). Our engineering teams are small; whatever team you work on, your impact will be huge! Were looking for new team members on our client teams: Android, Web, iOS, Windows. Were also looking for QA Automation engineers, data scientists and engineering managers. You can see our job postings and apply here: http://grnh.se/8fcutd

newy 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Spin | http://spin.pm | Software Engineers | San Francisco, CA | FULL-TIME, INTERNS, ONSITE

[Note: I'm a 2x YC alum, one of the co-founders. It's been a wild ride for us over the past few months since inception, and we're looking to build out a great engineering team. All 3 co-founders have software engineer backgrounds. We're focusing on recruiting on React Native and backend, but happy to connect with anyone interested. Ping me direct: euwyn@spin.pm]

Spin is the nation's largest stationless bikeshare operator. We help people move around in cities and campuses by offering an accessible, affordable, and environmentally-friendly mode of personal mobility. Our fleet of orange-colored smart-bikes, each equipped with GPS, cellular connectivity, solar panels, foam tires, and a dynamo front light, can be unlocked by scanning a QR code on the Spin app. At the end of a ride, users can park Spin bikes anywhere responsible.

With Spin, cities and campuses get affordable and equitable bikeshare with no public financing. Spin covers the cost of bikes and maintenance, and employs people from the local community for operations.

Founded in San Francisco in 2016, Spin has raised an $8M Series A to launch operations in dozens of US cities and campuses this year. The core team is comprised of engineers, designers, operators, lawyers, and public policy makers with experience from Y Combinator, Uber, Lyft and other technology companies.

Spin - http://www.spin.pm- http://spin.pm/press- https://techcrunch.com/2017/05/25/spin-raises-8-million-as-b...- http://fastcompany.com/3068900/this-new-stationless-bike-sha...

noxee 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Huddol | Tester and QA Analyst | Montreal, Canada | Contract | Remote (Canada Only)

Huddol is seeking a Tester and Quality Assurance Analyst. As a member of the QA team, your primary role will involve analyzing our application, identifying bugs and other issues and writing test scripts.

- Participate in preparation of software test strategy, plan, and reports

- Design and prioritize test cases based on defined use cases or test specifications

- Write test scripts for our front-end React/Redux based app

- Execute all assigned test cases/automated test scripts

- Retest resolved defects on each build/release

- Report defect(s) accurately so it (they) can be reproduced quickly

4-6 week contract starting August 14th.

Unfortunately at this time we can only accept candidates from with in Canada.

Please contact mark@huddol.com.

bowenli 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Weaveworks | Senior Backend Engineer, Senior Frontend Engineer, Developer Experience/DX | San Francisco, London, Berlin | ONSITE, Full-time, https://www.weave.works

* Senior backend engineer: Work on Weave Cloud and our open source cloud native projects Weave Net, Scope, Flux and Cortex, as well as sister technologies such as Docker, Kubernetes, and Prometheus. All backend work is primarily in Go. Appy here: http://grnh.se/qjr62o1

* Senior frontend engineer: Write reactive and clean web UIs that display complex data and are easy to navigate. Apply here: http://grnh.se/m6jkow1

* Developer Experience/DX: Help lead the growing community of users of Weave and its sister technologies such as Docker, Kubernetes, and Prometheus. Apply here: http://grnh.se/05flus1

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.

Note: Weaveworks is not set up to sponsor visas at this point.

s3nnyy 4 hours ago 0 replies      
trustyou.com | Python and Ruby Backend | Munich, Germany | SALARY: 55k-80k EUR | ONSITE |

We at Trustyou help hotels to track the happiness of their guests: We scan booking.com, trip-advisor and other sources to enable hotel owners to understand customers feedback that is usually scattered all over the web.

Recently we bought a Ruby messaging app (that helps hotels to chat in real-time with guests) and would need a Ruby engineer.

We use Python heavily on the backend and always look for Python or Fullstack engineers. We have a great software engineering culture. We often sponsor tech-events and conferences like PyMunich and Europython.

Interview process:

1) Phone call with a technical person

2) Coding task via qualified.io (skipped depending on first impression)

3) Onsite half day with us (we pay expenses)

Send us a short intro about yourself:


abrahamcadre 5 hours ago 0 replies      
CADRE | New York, NY | Onsite | Experienced Engineers |

Full-Time and InternshipsHiring: - Senior Full Stack Software Engineers - Automation Engineers - Site Reliability Engineers (SREs)

See cadre.com/about for details Email: Tanya@cadre.com | careers@cadre.com


Cadre is a well-funded startup (Series C | Total Funding $135M) at the intersection of technology and investing. Our mission is to provide direct access to worlds best investments. We are starting with high-end commercial real estate and are changing how investors find and invest in opportunities in this massive industry.

Current stack: Front-end: Javascript (ES6), React, Redux Back-end: Node.js, Koa, PostgreSQL, Python, Django AWS, Ansible, Terraform

Sr Software Engineer: https://cadre.com/careers/apply?gh_jid=75123

Sr Data Engineer: https://cadre.com/careers/apply?gh_jid=673425

Sr Engineer in Test: https://cadre.com/careers/apply?gh_jid=155526


More about Cadre: https://cadre.com/abouthttp://www.businessinsider.com/what-is-cadre-and-how-to-inve....http://crunchbase.com/company/cadre-2#xhttp://techcrunch.com/2015/03/24/cadreEmail: tanya@cadre.com or careers@cadre.com

dasacko 7 hours ago 0 replies      
BCG Gamma | https://www.bcg.com/beyond-consulting/bcg-gamma/default.aspx... Data Scientist | Boston or Los Angeles | Onsite Full-Time |Visa OK

Gamma at The Boston Consulting Group is a team of world-class data scientists and business consultants who specialize in advanced analytics. BCG Gamma combines advanced skills in computer science, artificial intelligence/machine learning, and statistics with deep industry expertise. We are a rapidly growing team and are hiring data scientists from entry level to directors in our Boston and Los Angeles offices.

What were looking for: people with experience applying advanced analytics to real-world business situations. Successful candidates have a deep understanding of modern machine learning techniques and their mathematical underpinning, are well-versed in a broad base of data engineering/analytics/visualization tools, are fluent in popular scripting/programming languages (especially Python/R), and have experience developing end-to-end analytical pipelines.

Competitive salary plus excellent bonus structure and benefits package.

Apply here: https://talent.bcg.com/apply?in_link=GAMMA_US_Positions

bweisburd 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard | Cambridge/Boston, MA | Software Engineer | ONSITE, VISA

Our mission is to build open-source tools that allow researchers and clinicians to efficiently explore, search, and analyze large genomic datasets in order to significantly accelerate the pace of diagnosis for families affected by rare genetic conditions.

Join a team of engineers, geneticists, clinicians, and computational biologists to build the next generation of analysis tools and enable new discoveries.We are using React, Redux, D3, python, Django, PostgreSQL and elasticsearch. Knowledge of genetics or biology is not required. We are looking for enthusiasm to explore new domains and ability to build great software.

email: weisburd@broadinstitute.org

antoniadiener 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Mark43 | Various engineering roles | New York, NY / Toronto | ONSITE https://www.mark43.com/careers/

Fight crime with code

We build software that literally helps save lives. Our clients are police departments, firefighters and EMTs.

Be a part of an awesome team in a fast-growing startup (featured on multiple next startups to break out lists). Learn more here: https://www.mark43.com/careers/

Back-end: Java ElasticSearch Kafka

Front-end: React Redux JavaScript


[Sr|Mid-level] Back End Engineer

[Sr|Mid-level] Front End Engineer

[Sr|Mid-level] Android Engineer

[Sr|Mid-level] Build Engineer

[Sr] Information Security Officer

bidmotion 9 hours ago 0 replies      
BidMotion | BackEnd Engineer | Paris | Onsite, Full-time | VISAhttp://www.bidmotion.com/careers#op-102102-backend-engineer-...

We are looking for a backend engineer experienced in real-time distributed systems. You would be working on our current platform (which has already gathered several TB of data and scaling), and on our new product: a real-time ad bidder backed by machine learning.

This might be the job for you if:

- You have experience with programming high performance systems in either Core Java, C#, Python, Go, Scala or Rust

- You have worked with ZooKeeper, Kafka, Consul or any of the other usual suspects

- You grin a bit with pride every time your system scales to new levels

- Minimum 3 years of experience

- Youre fluent in English

Were a 2 years old growing AdTech company based in Paris with a team of roughly 20 international talented people, out of which 8 are engineers. We have achieved $40M in revenues this past year as well as being in the Top 25 worldwide within the mobile advertising industry.

On the other hand, what do we offer you?

- Rebuilding components from scratch (you know, the way you always wanted to ;))

- Wish list choose your own equipment

- Latest technology

- Personal space: 1 engineer - 1 desk

- Be part of a team with very ambitious goals

- Balance between your professional and personal life

- Playstation and other perks (Snacks, team events, etc...)

- And of course, very competitive packages

tl;dr: Were small, but shooting for the stars. If you are looking for a place where you can make a huge impact and grow, come join us.

Dont hesitate to get in touch with us hr@bidmotion.com or check other openings http://www.bidmotion.com/careers

sandm 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Auth0 (https://auth0.com) | Seattle - Buenos Aires - Remote | Fulltime

Ultimately, we strive for an internet with fewer passwords. Our vision is to provide the simplest and most secure identity platform for developers, to make the internet safer. We're looking for people to join us on this journey.

Open positions: https://auth0.com/jobs

Engineer - Core Auth: https://auth0.com/jobs/engineer/engineer-core-auth

Engineer - Platform Management: https://auth0.com/jobs/engineer/engineer-platform-management

Engineer - Product: https://auth0.com/jobs/engineer/engineer-extensibility

Infrastructure Engineer: https://auth0.com/jobs/engineer/infrastructure-engineer

IT Support Engineer: https://auth0.com/jobs/engineer/it-support-engineer

CS-Infra Engineer: https://auth0.com/jobs/engineer/engineer-cs-infra

Our hiring process is documented here: https://auth0.com/blog/how-we-hire-engineers/

We are a remote-first company and every year we organize a company offsite. Here are some pictures from our 2017 offsite in Cancun:



lnnguyen 9 hours ago 0 replies      
LinkedIn | Sunnyvale, CA & San Francisco, CA| Full-Time | On-Site | Senior Software Engineers

LinkedIn connects the world's professionals to make them more productive and successful. With more than 500 million members worldwide, including executives from every Fortune 500 company, LinkedIn is the world's largest professional network on the Internet.

Send resumes to lnnguyen@linkedin.com if you are interested in the following roles: Applications Development | Front-End/UI Engineering | Mobile Applications | Systems and Infrastructure | Data Mining and Machine Learning | Tools Engineering | Performance Engineering

kethinov 8 hours ago 0 replies      
CACI International Inc. - Rome, NY

CACI's Rome, NY office supports the Air Force Research Laboratory. We develop data visualization software and productivity tools supporting the United States military using a wide range of tech stacks. Basically we write cool software that ranges from bringing old pen and paper military processes into the 21st century to visualizing large data sets in ways that push the limits of modern computer hardware.

CACI employs a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. At CACI you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian clients. A member of the Fortune 1000 Largest Companies and the Russell 2000 Index, CACI provides dynamic careers for approximately 20,000 employees working in over 120 offices worldwide.

We're looking for software engineers ranging from mid-level to senior developers skilled in one or more of the following:

- Java

- C++

- OpenGL

- Linked Data/Semantic Web

- *nix skills

Must be a U.S. Citizen. Security clearance requirements per project/team varies. Clearance must be obtained and maintained.

 === Openings ===
- Mid-level full-time software developers (ONSITE)

- Senior software engineers (ONSITE)

If this sounds interesting to you, apply at http://careers.caci.com/ListJobs/All/Search/location/rome/st... or ping me directly if you have questions at enewport@caci.com.

CACI also has lots of job openings in other locations too. If that sounds more appealing, I will be sad but my employer will be happy. You can find those openings (as well as our Rome, NY office openings) at http://careers.caci.com

slaman 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Cycle Component Network | Django Developer | Vancouver, BC | Onsite | Full-time

We're a small team, working out of North Vancouver. You'll join a eight person in-house dev team who are excited about new technologies and best practices. We are proud to have built a programmer friendly culture, with no strict hierarchies or rigid job roles. You'll get the chance to work on new exciting technology, and influence the direction of a rapidly growing company.


Send a resume to jordan@ccnbikes.com

unwiredben 8 hours ago 1 reply      
Roku | Austin TX, Los Gatos CA, Cambridge UK, New York NY | Full-Time | Onsite

Roku is looking for developers to work on a variety of problems. I'm in the new products group working on Roku TV, mostly in modern C++, and I find it to be really interesting and challenging work. We're also hiring into our web services/cloud, data analytics, mobile development, user interaction, advertising technology, and QA groups.

See https://www.roku.com/about/jobs for more details.

ps01 5 hours ago 0 replies      
Walmart Labs | Staff Software Engineer - Back-end | Carlsbad, CA | Onsite | Full Time

We are hiring in Sunny Southern California at our Carlsbad location. This is a high visibility role that will have an impact on millions of Walmart.com customers. Our mission is to generate state-of-the-art tools that are critical for operations of Walmart.com. If you have excellent back-end programming skills and passion for solving challenging technical problems at scale, we would like to meet you.

APPLY: https://careers.walmart.com/us/jobs/816029BR-staff-software-...

nsp 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Teachable | New York, NY, USA | Full-Time | Onsite | https://teachable.com/careers

We provide a platform that lets people host and sell courses online, we have 7 million students and well over 100k instructors on the platform, on track to process over $100 million this year in course sales. Hiring across the stack, esp backend/ruby engineers with experience working on ecommerce and CMS projects, data engineers, and a VP of engineering. Best place I've ever worked, hit me up at noah@teachable.com if you have any questions.

scosman 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Shoebox | Machine Learning Engineers, Backend Engineers | Toronto


Shoebox is a service to relive your best moments through photos. Millions of users have synced billions of photos to our cloud. Our latest efforts focus on building machine learning models that can predict how a person will feel or behave when presented with a photo.

We are working on interesting problems at a scale that's hard to come by: we have billions of photos. It's a unique opportunity to work on a small smart team, tackle big problems, ship new projects often and learn a lot.

tmj2321 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Data Management Inc. | PHP Developer | Greensboro, NC | Full Time, Onsite, https://www.data-management.com

We're a nonprofit technology company specializing in CRM and data processing. We have more than fifty years of experience in our industry, and we're committed to strengthening our reputation as an innovator. We need seriously talented developers with diverse experience, and we're willing to help with relocation expenses. You can check out our careers page via the main site's footer.

MVcareers 8 hours ago 0 replies      
Minneapolis,MN| Full Stack Developer| MarketVision| Full Time| ONSITE|http://newgen.marketvision.com/

MarketVision is a boutique, custom development software service provider, specializing in enterprise solutions for the multi-level marketing MLM industry. Unlike the common vendor-client relationship, our focus is on our clients specific needs and partnering with them to ensure those needs are successfully met.

We are a small team who is growing and looking for a passionate, energetic, self starter full stack developer to join our team. This position is really full stack development and full stack in business. Its the opportunity for a developer to work on all aspects of e-commerce, which includes banking systems, fraud systems, shipping carrier systems, global logistics systems, ordering systems, funnel systems, catalog systems, commission systems, payout and wallet systems, contact systems, and ticketing and invite systems. This will be a position where you will be able to put your own mark on the business and take pride in what you have accomplished.

Interested candidates will have worked in a .NET framework before and have experience using AngularJS, SQL, object oriented programming methods, and functional languages like Python, PHP, and F#.

You can apply by sending your resume to careers@marketvision.com. Thank you!

firemanphil 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Travelex | Backend Software Engineer (all levels) | London (Kings Cross) UK | Full-time, ONSITE |

Successful candidates will be involved in designing, building, deploying and supporting our foreign exchange platform to drive a multitude of new products. We've been working on this for a couple of years and the first product to launch was Travelex Wire (https://wire.travelex.co.uk) in early 2017 . We use the following technologies heavily and it would great if you have experience in them:

* Java


* Docker

* Microservices


You can email me directly at philip.ince@travelex.com to apply or for a fuller description.

theappbusiness 8 hours ago 0 replies      
The App Business | www.theappbusiness.com | London, UK | Full time, On Site

As the biggest team of mobile specialists in the UK, we are always ready for whats coming next. We believe that the app is dead, as we see user experiences unbundle into a multitude of emerging platforms and touchpoints all with their own take on technology and development approach. Everything from a speaker in your car, to a watch on your wrist and intelligent microservices in the cloud.

You will need to be an adaptable, flexible engineer that puts the technology and software design approach at the forefront of your skill, but understand the value in making it simple enough that end users and our clients dont know the software exists.

_we are looking for_

- Tech Leads (http://www.theappbusiness.com/careers/technical-lead)

- Senior Software Engineers (http://www.theappbusiness.com/careers/senior-software-engine...)

- JavaScript Engineer (http://www.theappbusiness.com/careers/javascript-engineer-re...)

- iOS Engineers (http://www.theappbusiness.com/careers/ios-engineer)

- Android Engineers (http://www.theappbusiness.com/careers/android-engineer)

Knowledge and experience in either of the following would be beneficial: Swift, C#, Ruby, JavaScript, .NET, AWS, Azure Docker... just to name a few.

_hiring process_

Technical Challenge, Phone Screen, 2x On-Site Interviews

We would love to hear from you!

_to apply_

Email us at opportunities@theappbusiness.com with HN in the subject line if you have any questions!

We will consider visa sponsorships on an individual basis.

rizz0 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Poki http://jobs.poki.com | Amsterdam | Onsite | Full-Time

Poki is an online playground with 30 million users around the world. With a team of 25 we 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

Full-Stack Web Developer - http://jobs.poki.com/full-stack-web-developer/en

Lead Data Scientist - http://jobs.poki.com/lead-data-scientist/en

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.comEngineering & Culture: http://blog.poki.comWebsite: http://poki.com/

juulikene 9 hours ago 0 replies      
Relayr | Berlin/Munich, Germany | ONSITE | Full time | https://relayr.io/

We are a 3-year-old, rapidly growing international company of 150 IoT experts in 8 cities across 4 countries on 2 continents. And we have been described as one of the most successful startups in the industry!

We are currently looking for developers to join our teams either in Berlin or in Munich. Your outstanding passion for all things tech, combined with your desire to solve our customers biggest challenges with innovative solutions could make this the perfect job for you!

Open Positions in Berlin:

Senior Scala Developer (m/f) https://relayr.bamboohr.co.uk/jobs/view.php?id=38

Frontend JavaScript Engineer (m/f) https://relayr.bamboohr.co.uk/jobs/view.php?id=74

Embedded Developer (m/f) https://relayr.bamboohr.co.uk/jobs/view.php?id=82

Full Stack Solution Engineer (m/f) https://relayr.bamboohr.co.uk/jobs/view.php?id=71

And in Munich:

Data Scientist (m/f) https://relayr.bamboohr.co.uk/jobs/view.php?id=78

Backend Java Developer (m/f) https://relayr.bamboohr.co.uk/jobs/view.php?id=81

Check out our career page for other open positions at https://relayr.io/jobs/

Any questions? Dont hesitate to get in touch! julia.rovnik@relayr.io

Inversechi 9 hours ago 0 replies      
GetYourGuide | Multiple Positions | Berlin & Zurich | ONSITE, VISA

We're on a mission to turn trips into amazing experiences. Using our product and technology to change the way travelers find and book things to do and explore their destination. We are a customer focused data driven company and are ramping up our engineering capacity.

Looking for: Data Scientists | Data Analysts | DevOps | Front-End Engineers | Back-End Engineers | Marketing Engineers

Find more about us and the job openings on our career page http://grnh.se/qmkt7n

TeamRecargo 6 hours ago 0 replies      
Recargo | Backend, iOS, and Android | Los Angeles, CA | onsite

Recargo is focused on the growing electric vehicle industry. We build PlugShare, the leading charging station finder app. This year we are also beginning to build our own fast charging network.

See our job listings here:

Backend Python Engineer: http://company.plugshare.com/jobs/#op-149065-backend-python-...

iOS Engineer: http://company.plugshare.com/jobs/#op-184042-ios-engineer

Android Engineer: http://company.plugshare.com/jobs/#op-185295-android-enginee...

harisamin 7 hours ago 0 replies