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Dublin - 5 jobs in February 2015

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Udemy - Dublin, Ireland - Full-time, permanent - Full-stack Engineers

Udemy's mission is to help anyone learn anything online. Our online course marketplace serves a huge, global community of five million students and includes more than 22,000 courses served up in more than 40 languages, designed by our community of 10,000 expert instructors. Founded in 2010, Udemy has raised a total of $48 million in venture capital and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Our stack is primarily MySQL, Python(3.4)/Django and Angular. We're big on testing, code quality and agile methodologies.

I'm looking for someone who wants to:

- Build robust and scalable software systems to support a high traffic website.

- Operate at all levels of the stack, with strong experience in a some areas.

- Work in a fast paced agile environment with rapid iteration.

- Continue learning and developing their skills at Udemy.

Get in touch for a chat: jonathan.cremin@udemy.com

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#2 of 5

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Udemy - San Francisco, CA, Dublin, Ireland & Ankara, Turkey.

We’re the world’s online learning marketplace, where more than 5 million students are taking courses in everything from programming to yoga to photography–and much, much more. Each of our 22,000+ courses is taught by an expert instructor, and every course is available on-demand, so students can learn at their own pace, on their own time, and on any device.

We're seeking fullstack developers, mobile and backend developers to join the team in all three locations.

Apply online at https://about.udemy.com/careers/

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Senior Frontend Engineer - REMOTE (UTC to UTC-8), San Francisco, Portland, Dublin

We're one of the oldest PaaS's out there, with support for PHP/Ruby/node.js on AWS. As a Frontend Engineer, you'll be working on our brand new UI - a single-page angular.js app.

The UI is served up by a lightweight node.js server that proxies to our core ruby api. We unit test with jasmine, and run our end-to-end tests in protractor. Through our "eybot" on slackhq, we deploy green CI builds to production multiple times a day.

The frontend engineering team at Engine Yard consists of 3 UI designers and 4 engineers (including myself). We're spread out across 8 timezones (Dublin through San Francisco), so experience working in a distributed team is key.

You will:

    * Write modern JavaScript for modern browsers
    * Have a significant influence on the UI architecture
    * Work with smart people every day
    * Be an integral part of a new era in an established startup
    
You might:

    * Rewrite our trial experience so it doesn't suck as much
    * Build support for customers to deploy docker containers
    * Convert the UI to CommonJS modules via browserify
    * Create near-realtime visualizations for server monitoring
    * Integrate 6to5 into our build system so we can use ES6
    * Learn to homebrew, or at least talk about how you want to
You'll get:

    * Competitive salary
    * Full medical, dental and vision benefits
    * 25 paid days off per year (15 PTO, 2 floating, 8 holidays)
    * 401(k)
    * We take care of your phone bill
    * Paid travel to conferences
    * Top of the line Macbook Pro
Must haves (seriously, these are essential filters):

    * A string of successful projects and/or positions in your wake
    * Significant experience building complex client-side applications in
      JavaScript, preferably with angular.js
    * Experience working in a distributed team
    * An impulse to write tests for everything you build, sometimes before you
      build it
    * A fantastic sense of sarcasm
    * Ability to travel occasionally (at least once or twice a year)
    * Somewhere between UTC and UTC-8
Great to have:

    * Somewhere between UTC-5 and UTC-8
    * Thorough understanding of git
    * Experience building REST apis
    * Experience with multiple languages (and an understanding of their tradeoffs)
    * Experience with agile development
    * Previously worked at a startup
If you're interested and meet all the "must haves", shoot me an email at cewing@engineyard.com

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Amazon Web Services security team is hiring.

Locations: Seattle WA, North Virginia, Dublin Ireland (EU), Sydney Australia

We're looking for security-minded engineers at various skill levels. Our positions range from support engineers (who we expect to have a good technical depth, but not necessarily a security focus) to principal engineer (capable of running a security campaign across 100s of thousands of servers and 10s of thousands of employees.

[edit: linebreaks] Key focus areas include:

- Recognize, adopt, utilize and teach best practices in security engineering: secure development, cryptography, network security, security operations, systems security, policy, and incident response.

- Collaborate to ensure that decisions are based on the merit of the proposal, not the proposer. When none of the proposals is the obvious winner, you are still decisive, able to disagree and commit to the team’s decision

- Demonstrate high capacity and tolerance for extreme context switching and interruptions while remaining productive and effective

- Participate in efforts to promote security throughout the Company and build good working relationships within the team and with others across Amazon

- Partner with teams throughout the Company to develop pragmatic solutions that achieve business requirements while maintaining an acceptable level of risk

- Solve problems at their root, stepping back to understand the broader context

- Maintain an understanding of the Internet threat environment and how it affects the company

- Find and fix flaws in existing company systems and sites

- Leverage current state of network and application security tools and how they can benefit the company

- Maintain knowledge and skills required to keep up with the rapidly changing threat landscape

- Participate in efforts that create and improve the company’s security policies

- Work under extended, extreme pressure, handle situations calmly and lead incident response teams effectively

- Proactively support knowledge sharing within the team and across the company

- Help recruit the very best people for Amazon through active participation in the overall recruiting process

- Large-scale security engineering Cloud security experience is obviously a plus, but not a firm requirement. Listings are available here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/jobs/ref=j_sq_btn?jobSearchKeywords... Or PM me and I can provide a professional reference.

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#5 of 5

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Amazon Web Services security team is hiring.

Locations: Seattle WA, North Virginia, Dublin Ireland (EU), Sydney Australia

We're looking for security-minded engineers at various skill levels. Our positions range from support engineers (who we expect to have a good technical depth, but not necessarily a security focus) to principal engineer (capable of running a security campaign across 100s of thousands of servers and 10s of thousands of employees.

[edit: linebreaks] Key focus areas include:

- Recognize, adopt, utilize and teach best practices in security engineering: secure development, cryptography, network security, security operations, systems security, policy, and incident response.

- Collaborate to ensure that decisions are based on the merit of the proposal, not the proposer. When none of the proposals is the obvious winner, you are still decisive, able to disagree and commit to the team’s decision

- Demonstrate high capacity and tolerance for extreme context switching and interruptions while remaining productive and effective

- Participate in efforts to promote security throughout the Company and build good working relationships within the team and with others across Amazon

- Partner with teams throughout the Company to develop pragmatic solutions that achieve business requirements while maintaining an acceptable level of risk

- Solve problems at their root, stepping back to understand the broader context

- Maintain an understanding of the Internet threat environment and how it affects the company

- Find and fix flaws in existing company systems and sites

- Leverage current state of network and application security tools and how they can benefit the company

- Maintain knowledge and skills required to keep up with the rapidly changing threat landscape

- Participate in efforts that create and improve the company’s security policies

- Work under extended, extreme pressure, handle situations calmly and lead incident response teams effectively

- Proactively support knowledge sharing within the team and across the company

- Help recruit the very best people for Amazon through active participation in the overall recruiting process

- Large-scale security engineering Cloud security experience is obviously a plus, but not a firm requirement. Listings are available here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/jobs/ref=j_sq_btn?jobSearchKeywords... Or reach out at aws-itsec-hacker-news [at] amazon [dot] com and I can provide a professional reference.

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