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Bangalore - 8 jobs in February 2015

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Artoo http://www.artoo.in: #FinTech #BigData - Bangalore, India - Full Time

Artoo is improving access to financial services for the world's poor. Today, through its partners, Artoo disburses more than loans worth $ 3 million every month, increasing at the rate of 25% month on month.

Interested in making an impact? Improving people's lives using technology? Take a look at our jobs at https://angel.co/artoo/jobs

* Android

* Emberjs / FrontEnd JavaScript

* Nodejs / FullStack JavaScript

* CouchDB, RabbitMQ, AWS / DevOps

* Designer


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Coho Data - { Vancouver, BC, Canada | Cambridge, UK | Bangalore, India }

We're building a high-performance scalable Enterprise Storage system. We're a well-funded startup (a16z, ignition) with a strong Engineering culture and a growing team, a customer-proven product and sales ramping.

We hire very strong systems software developers. A number of our staff built the Xen hypervisor and we publish academic research, most recently at USENIX OSDI'14 and FAST'14.

Primarily a Linux shop.

Open roles: - Storage Systems Hacker (C, git, python, bash) - Senior Software Engineer with Networking skills (OpenFlow) - Test Automation Development (our test system is ... awesome) - Optimization and Profiling (C, valgrind) - DevOps (debian, python, buildbot, git, bash)

Unsurprisingly, we highly value caffeine and beer.

If you're interested, there are more details are on our web site http://www.cohodata.com/about-us#working-at-coho or linked-in: https://www.linkedin.com/company/coho-data and you can apply by email to: jobs@cohodata.com


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Bangalore-India-Full Time - Full Stack Web/iOS/Android Developers

Mobiotics is a fast growing product company based out of Bangalore. Our pioneering video delivery and subscription management platform on cloud is gaining good traction in India and abroad. Openings include:

1. Full stack web developers - 1+ years of experience in HTML5/JS/CSS and LAMP Stack. JQuery/Bootstrap/Java knowledge desirable.

2. Android Developers - 1+ years of experience in Android and Core Java. Exposure to performance engineering, memory footprint management and NDK experience desirable.

3. iOS Developers - 1+ years of experience in iOS7/8, Objective-C and Swift. You should have good knowledge of Storyboarding, COCOA Touch, CoreData and Core Media frameworks.

You should be a go getter with attitude to innovate and thrive in a startup environment.

Send in your resume along with github/other portfolio to careers@mobiotics.com

Great perks including generous stock options on the table. Checkout http://www.mobiotics.com


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Nutanix is hiring Engineers in San Jose, CA - Seattle, WA - Bangalore, India - Durham, NC Also lots of other openings, all can be found at http://www.nutanix.com/careers/current-openings/

There's a couple of INTERN positions as well, albeit not in Engineering as far as I can see.

It's a great time to join the fastest growing IT infrastructure company of the last decade. With healthy funding (raised $312M, at $2B valuation), growing sales, happy customers and a great culture, this is a great place to tackle hard problems in today's enterprise IT. Think Enterprise IT needs to be boring and ugly? Time to think again. At Nutanix, user experience and design is seen as a competitive advantage.

Feel free to drop me an e-mail (my username [at] nutanix.com) with your resume, cover letter (if you have one) and the exact job you're applying for, and I'll be sure to drop it in the right queue.


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Gazemetrix (http://www.gazemetrix.com/)

Where: Bangalore, India

Looking FULL TIME: - Computer Vision Engineer

SKILLS: Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Python, C++, R, Linear Algebra, OpenCV, Object Recognition, Algorithms & Data Structures, Deep Learning, Matlab/Octave, Probability & Statistics

You will be working as a new member of the Gazemetrix R&D team. We are specialized in large scale image understanding. GazeMetrix empowers brands with insight into when and where their brand was photographed across social media in real-time. Using proprietary computer vision and machine learning algorithms, gazeMetrix accurately analyzes user-created photos on Instagram and identifies when a brand is featured. Brands discover their latest photos instantly. We automatically pick up the 'most popular pictures' and they can share them on their fan page/ Pinterest boards or twitter streams.


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AeroLeads http://aeroleads.com | Online Marketer | Full Time | Bangalore, India

AeroLeads is a simple relevant prospect and lead generation tool which searches 1000s of resources to find contact details like name, email, phone, address, business details of the prospect and lead keeping relevancy and quality at the core.

We are an early stage startup and Bootstrapping with 2 people looking for someone who can take care of complete online marketing tasks.


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Myntra.com - Bangalore/Delhi India - Full Time - Multiple Positions

We are hiring across the board. Engineers, Product Managers, UX Designers, Architects/EMs - interested in working with one of the hottest startups in India? Shoot me an email (under my profile) with your resume.

PS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvSXjN7vrwg This is where you'll be working :)


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Patients Know Best -- REMOTE ONLY. At present we all work core hours in GMT (give or take a few hours), but please get in touch anyway if you're elsewhere and might be able to anchor a group of developers in your part of the world.

We're hiring mid-level & senior developers and people with experience scaling up -- this isn't a checklist, but we're interested in sharding, ZeroMQ (kicking the tires now), systems monitoring (currently mostly Munin/Perl and shell scripts), performance and load testing, continuous integration (we use Jenkins and Selenium tests), automating server builds and server hardening (we deploy to RHEL). Aside from the challenges around scaling, we also just need people working on core features -- more on our stack below.

Bonus points for significant experience in healthcare (as an intelligent patient or family member counts!); ditto for experience building things from scratch (i.e., not just implementing specs you're given, using the tools the tech lead gave you).

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 the CTO.

We're solving interesting problems, tech-wise; each person's clinical data is encrypted separately, and only the person plus their carers & medical teams granted access can decrypt the private keys (so: I can't decrypt your data even for tech support purposes). On the front end, we need to make sometimes confusing medical data accessible and useful to the patient and their carers, without removing the crucial details that the professionals need to see; across a wide range of browsers and devices (though I'll admit, supporting old IE is the kind of problem that's hard without being interesting). We also build apps on our REST API; these are currently based on Steroids/PhoneGap (JavaScript at heart).

Our core tech stack is solid Java enterprise -- very stable but not bleeding edge; but we'll gently dissuade you from writing the AbstractManagerFactory you consider in a moment of weakness. Secondly, we're in the process of tearing apart and rebuilding (I suspect we'll permanently be in this process, honestly) -- one major benefit of our architecture becoming increasingly modular will be that we'll be able to replace major components with whatever fits the bill. If you're allergic to Java, check back with us next year.

Finally, 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'm with my kids in the morning, sometimes at lunchtime, then late-afternoon & evening (while my wife works), and I fill in a bit of extra working time 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're fairly diverse; we live in various parts of the UK, central France, Bangalore, and Vienna; 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're not the sort of group to tell dirty jokes, or tales of how drunk we got last weekend; though we do have interesting stories to share (you can find some of mine in my HN history).

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)