#1 of 2The Climate Corporation (San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis) Full time, INTERN - http://climate.com/careers
Climate is using Clojure to build weather and agronomic models to help farmers farm better.
====== Why I love it ======
– Climate is making a huge impact in the agricultural industry.
– I am surrounded by super smart people who all share an attitude of openness and mentorship.
– I work with some of the top scientists in the fields of climatology, agronomy, data science, and remote sensing.
– I build large-scale systems that process and serve trillions of pixels of satellite imagery.
– I release open-source Clojure software as part of my job.
===== Who we’re looking for =====
We're looking for engineers of all kinds! Check out http://climate.com/careers. We are also starting our intern search for next spring and summer!
===== How to apply =====
If you apply through this link you should get priority: http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?nl=1&k=Job&...
I am really excited about the work I've been doing, I am happy to talk about it in length. If you are interested, please email me directly at email@example.com.
#2 of 2Riot Games - Full-time in Los Angeles / St. Louis / Points elsewhere globally
Riot Games, developer and publisher of League of Legends, is looking for highly accomplished engineers passionate about the technology that excites and engages millions of players globally. Our opportunities run the gamut of Game Development, Big Data, Cloud Computing, eSports, Merchandise, Live Service Development and Corporate IT Systems. With tens of millions of players daily around the globe, we face cutting edge technical challenges at scale. Consequently, we’re an engineering organization that values “T-shaped” engineers - those with flexible breadth and pragmatic depth of experience.
Ok, corporate speak aside, League of Legends offers a pretty amazing and rare intersection of core video games and cutting edge, large scale, interesting tech problems. We're looking for engineers with experience in Go (yes, Go), Java, C++, C# and, well, the list goes on. We also leveling up our engineering leadership, looking for architects and managers. For those of us engineers who are gamers in our heart, this is a chance to work on something you’re truly passionate about. I feel quite lucky to work at Riot and am excited to have other other gamers join us in building games by players and for players. If you have any questions, feel free to hit me up directly on Twitter or LinkedIn.
(If you do reach out to me on LinkedIn, please let me know you saw this here on Hacker News so I know who you are!)