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Bangalore - 6 jobs in October 2015

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ActiveSphere | Bangalore, India | Full-Time | Onsite


We are looking for colleagues, programmers, who have interests in topics in computer science and other fields (finance, ml, maths?). We are looking for colleagues who would like to do programming experiments, for the sake of curiosity. Most of our work involves consulting for startups. But we also have been doing our own projects, some of which you can see at http://www.activesphere.com/hacks.html

We would like to make this organisation, into a place where consulting brings values to our costumer, and pays us well. But also, we get time to do projects, experiments, and nurture curiosity and learning, because thats something we are interested in. We need people who would like to be/build such a place.


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Srvs - Gurgaon/Bangalore - Node.js Engineer/ iOS Developer/ Android Developer- Remote OK for people based in India

About us: SRVS (http://www.srvs.co) is young, dynamic New York City start-up. We are changing the way blue-collar workers (> 50% of US jobs) connect with and represent themselves to employers. We are starting with the Food Service and Hospitality Industry (~ 10% of US jobs) and plan to expand into other sectors within the US, Middle East, South Asia.

Technology Stack: Node.js | Angular.js | iOS | Android | Python

Why work with us: We understand that each developer has his/her own unique working needs, and since we're pretty awesome people, we're cool with you working from home or we can set you up in a co-working space.

We offer competitive salary and equity compensation.

Excited to join us? Mail your CVs to ashley@srvs.co


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Bangalore, India. Many Positions. Full time. This is my sixth monthly post and have hired a couple of great guys from the past posts.

Expanding the scope to include Analytics, Data Warehouse, DevOps QA and App developers. Please read on.

I have recently taken up a role to build a payment network from scratch, out of Bangalore, India. It is funded by a big corporation, but will be arms-distance from their central business.

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

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

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

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


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Part Time, Bangalore, India.

Looking for coders for a new health tech startup located in Bangalore, India. You must love coding, and that's all we need.

We have a full time team (IITians), a MVP and paying customers.

Specifically, we are looking for people to keep their current jobs, and code nights and weekends. Compensation will be in the form of equity.

Ideally, you are single and can move into an apartment and live and work with company co-founders (in Indiranagar) from where the company is located.

Please email your Github, HN ID, Stackoverflow or resume to grahul1152@gmail.com.

Thanks for reading.


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Locus | Full Time | ONSITE, VISA (Bangalore, India) | http://locus.sh/

Locus 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. 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 http://locus.sh/careers


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Patients Know Best -- REMOTE ONLY. Core hours for most of us are in London time, but we now have developers also in EST and CST (partly overlapping). We're slowly hiring mid-level and senior full stack developers (one every couple of months), but our next hire or two will be focused on app dev! We have patient and clinician apps that need to be re-worked and greatly expanded (to navigate a diverse medical record), and we've been working for a while now on a maternity app that takes the midwives and mother all the way through a pregnancy. That app is based on AppGyver Steroids (which in turn is built around Cordova), so you should be able to jump into that fairly easily. We're thus working with JavaScript, WebSQL, jQuery, backbone, HTML/CSS. Extra points if you've dealt with large/complex apps and managing data offline (and the complexity that comes with synching periodically with the server, where new data may come from either the app or the server);

For the server side -- apps authenticate with OAuth2, speaking JSON to a REST API; our server-side back end and webapp are primarily Java-based, gradually being refactoring towards a microservice structure. So if you're interested in helping out as well implementing new REST calls as needed, Java experience will ease that path.

More about PKB

I've worked in a lot of different sectors since I first started writing code in the late 90s, including education, b2b supply chains, POS systems, e-commerce, banking, and anti-spam.

PKB has been head-and-shoulders above the rest in everything I care about.

We're building something that actively, directly, improves the lives of people in general -- not selling more stuff, helping others sell more stuff, or making comfortable people a bit more comfortable. If you're interested in PKB's growth, funding, profitability, contracts, etc., ask -- our CEO is also active on HN. I'm in the CTO role.

We're pragmatic about work/life balance. I work from France, or sometimes from Malaysia, where my in-laws live. Almost half of the developers have small children at home -- personally, I get my kids up in the morning, and I'm with them entirely late-afternoon & evening (while my wife works), then I fill in some extra hours around the edges as needed. We're collaboratively figuring out what works (e.g., how many working hours should you overlap to collaborate effectively?), and planning our lives and our work around what's effective, not around some photocopied list of rules stapled to a cubicle wall. One of our developers only codes part time (and occasionally takes long leaves of absence), because he's also a theatre director.

Culture -- we live in various parts of the UK, central France, Bangalore, Vienna, Budapest, NYC and Costa Rica; we range in age (though I don't actually know everyone's ages, so I can't say exactly!). We're not all native English speakers -- but communication skills trump even technical skills for remote teams, so we all understand, speak and write English easily and with the confidence to interrupt if we didn't catch something. We collaborate, not compete -- let ideas fight it out, but we're on the same team. We like to laugh (but jokes stay tasteful), we share stories of what we did over the weekend (but these don't normally end "then I passed out").

If we sound like a good match, get in touch: https://www.patientsknowbest.com/careers.html (I'm also contactable directly -- see profile -- but I get a lot of email). I do review all applications, though currently our hiring process is slow and with not-great communication; you should probably mention it if you think you're a great fit but need to jump to something immediately.