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Seattle - 11 jobs in March 2015

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Glowforge - Seattle, WA - Full-time

We're looking for (more) full-stack software engineers, back-end engineers, and front-end engineers. We could also use an amazing visual design and a mechanical engineer who has injection molding experience.

We're well-funded and founded by three technical founders (one YC alumnus) with 7-9-figure exits. We're building an insanely challenging hardware+software product straight from the pages of science-fiction that's aimed at makers and creatives. It's early-- our product team is just 5 folks, but we're growing.

You can read our "coming out" article in the New York Times here: http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/02/15/slice-and-carve-the...

Actual job openings here: https://jobs.lever.co/glowforge


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We're a stealth start-up in the cloud/systems market (our target customer is us: engineers). Founded by previously successful YC portfolio alumni with great connections in the industry and the investing community.

We're in pre-seed stage talking to engineers who're interested in joining very early on with significant equity upside (but we offer a salary as well).

This time we want to build something big. We will be flattered if you'd consider to sit down with us, discuss the vision and possibly pick holes in it and help us fix them.

Backend Tech:

  - Golang and C
  - Efficient memory management and data processing.
  - Knowledge of Linux systems programming is a huge plus.

  - Looking for an opinionated front-end UI/UX expert.
  - Teach us how it's done. We're backend people, we need help.

  - Bay Area
  - Austin
  - Seattle - we're flexible.
Contact: see my profile.


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The Climate Corporation (San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, Full time, H1B for the right candidate) - http://climate.com/careers

   ====== What we do =========
Our mission is to build great software for farmers.

We use a combination of weather monitoring, agronomic modeling, satellite imagery, and weather simulation to provide data and insights to those farmers.

   ===== Who we’re looking for =====       
Specifically we are looking for two full time positions which I'll describe here, though there are roles open across the board which you can check out using the link at the bottom.

Engineer on the Geospatial team

You will be building out our large scale imagery infrastructure.


Engineer on the Climatology team

You will work with best-in-their-class climate scientists to implement and productionize their weather models.

   ====== Why I love it ======    

 – I think Climate is poised to make a huge impact on farming. 
 – I am surrounded by a group of super smart people that care about the work we are doing.
 – I get to write Clojure for my full time work!
I am really excited about the work we've been doing, I am happy to talk in length about it over email at skhalsa@climate.com.

If you are interested, please email me directly at skhalsa@climate.com.


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San Francisco | VISA | REMOTE

I'd like to put in a word for the Career Agency team at http://OfferLetter.io - we are building the first true talent agency for tech. We align incentives with individual engineers (and do not take money from companies), help them improve their messaging and polish, intro them directly to CTOs and VPs to help cut past recruiting bullshit, and provide negotiation advice.

We want everyone to find "the team", not "a team".

I'm an ex-Twitter (Growth) / ex-Amazon (Identity) engineer, and am building what I would have wanted at every step of my career.

One of our client profiles [#35 employee at Twitter] is up here, for the curious: http://offerletter.io/blog/201502-Fifteen-years-of-durabilit...

[0] See http://OfferLetter.io for more information

[1] We are neither recruiting agency (since we do not take money from companies) nor job board, and as such are compliant with the terms of the post

[2] We are located in San Francisco, but have worked with people in Seattle, New York, and Austria, and regularly help folks on visas.


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Dato | Seattle, WA - We are hiring front-end engineers (UX and visualization), customer facing software engineer/data scientists, technical writers/content editors.

Dato (formerly known as GraphLab) is at the forefront of machine learning technology, committed to bringing predictive analytics to the masses. Work with an amazing engineering team with a vision, and deliver real customer value every day. Our platform encompasses prototyping, data exploration/visualization, model building, and production tools, and we offer the opportunity to work on the whole stack. Help move the industry forward in the world of predictive analytics and intelligent applications!

Are you a? UX dev: Work with React.js/C++/Python to build delightful and useful data visualization and dashboards. Customer facing engineer or data scientist: Hack on data and get results. Deliver value directly to our customers and help our product improve. Tech writer/editor: Help us communicate with the world in a singular, clear voice, across product documentation, in-product strings, and web materials.

Job descriptions here: https://dato.com/company/careers/index.html

Interested? Email jobs@dato.com.


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VillageReach -- Seattle, Washington, USA

At VillageReach, you have the opportunity to support, lead and manage global health innovation from the ground up. Our team represents highly diversified expertise spanning public health, law, business development, marketing, finance, mobile communications, and software development.

The Information Systems Group current initiatives include (1) OpenLMIS, an open-source enterprise application and related open-source community to improve supply chain operations in low-income countries, (2) ODK Scan, a mobile-phone based scanning application to digitize data on clinic forms, (3) SELV, a web-based OpenLMIS implementation to collect and report data from Mozambique’s dedicated vaccine logistics system, and (4) Chipatala Cha Pa Foni or “Health Center by Phone” application, a mobile-phone based 24-hour hotline, and tips and reminder SMS system for maternal child health.

Two positions are currently open:

Software Development Engineer: be part of a small development team that will develop and support VillageReach supported platforms. As such, the SDE will need to be able to work independently and handle a variety of responsibilities ranging from software development to production engineering.

Technology Manager: Will help lead and support The Information Systems Group (ISG); responsible for designing and deploying management information systems to improve supply-chain operations and enable robust data collection and reporting in the most challenging of environments.

Please see our jobs page for more information: http://www.villagereach.org/join-us/


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Shippable (Seattle, WA) is looking for MEAN Stack programmers (Node.js, Angular.js) with 2+ years progressive software development experience and passionate about developing sophisticated enterprise/cloud technology applications. (hiring in Bangalore, India also)

Education: BS in Computer Science or equivalent. Solid foundation in computer science, with strong competences in operating systems, computer networks, data structures, algorithms and software design

Experience: Coding large systems and great debugging skills. Writing unit tests and testable code. At least one scripting language, such as JavaScript, Python, Node.js or Angular.js

Nice to have: Working knowledge of Docker, MongoDB, and RabbitMQ

About Shippable: Shippable is focused on a disruptive new vision- make software development frictionless, fast, and high quality.

Shippable is a leading continuous delivery platform that enables customers to innovate faster without compromising on quality. Our company’s mission is to address the challenges and opportunities of developing software applications across multiple teams and to bring enterprise grade CI/CD to all businesses. More than 35,000 developers and over 4000 businesses are using Shippable to `ship quality code faster`.

We are a well-funded startup (Techstars alumnus) focused on containerizing the application development lifecycle. Shippable reduces friction between Dev and Ops by enabling seamless shipping lanes for applications from code to production. We heavily leverage Docker containers to achieve this and we are the first company to run Docker in production.

Apply at http://shippable.theresumator.com/apply or Email us at resumes@shippable.com

Visit us at http://www.shippable.com/


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Starbucks - Seattle, WA FULL TIME Lead Application Developer

Interested in innovative, exciting digital technology that impacts millions of Starbucks customers across the globe? We are looking for a talented & experienced lead engineer who can drive the development of the next generation of our world-class digital products… Message me if you are interested: cneves (at) starbucks



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EnergySavvy - Seattle, WA - Full-time

We're building software to help solve one of the world's biggest challenges: energy. EnergySavvy works with utilities across the country to improve energy efficiency and to help consumers and businesses cut waste.

Our software stack makes use of React, Python, Django, ElasticSearch, PostgreSQL, ansible, and nginx.

We're hiring both front-end and back-end software engineers. Check us out: http://energysavvy.com/careers


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iSEC Partners - San Francisco, Seattle, Austin, New York City - Job Title - Security Engineer; Security Engineering Intern

I'll make this short. I've got too much whining about winter to do.

If you love security and research, iSEC just may be a perfect fit for you.

You will spend most of your day thinking about security systems and how they can break. This is a very creative job that gives individuals a lot of freedom to be clever while learning new technologies at a very fast pace. Typical engagements will pair you with another experienced security consultant who you will learn from and teach along the way. Engagements are usually 2-4 weeks long. In a year, you will be exposed to 15-20 products and technology stacks. Your work will typically initiate person-months of security improvements in products millions of people use. You will have access to senior engineers/architects and your findings/ideas will be heard by senior decision makers. You will have enormous impact in making the software people use safer. All of our consultants are also security researchers, with dedicated research time.

We like to let our research speak for itself: https://isecpartners.github.io/

Check out all of our career opportunities here: https://www.isecpartners.com/about/careers.aspx

We're always looking for folks passionate about what we do. We'd love to hear from you!


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They say if a butterfly flaps in Tibet, it changes the wind in Seattle. We say THAT'S TOO LONG TO WAIT. And that's why we go out and buy a fan, so we don't have to wait on some stupid butterfly to wake up and flap. We alter the wind IMMEDIATELY. BECAUSE THAT'S THE SORT OF PEOPLE WE ARE!!!

Are you like us? Do you enjoy working on challenging problems that directly impact and empower customers at a massive scale? Are you interested in innovating and engineering services and website platforms that power our business operations? Are you sick to death of empowering some no-good butterfly? DO YOU WANT TO STICK YOUR HEAD OUT OF THE WINDOW AND SCREAM "I'M PASSIONATE ABOUT FRONT END AND BACK END DEVELOPMENT AND I'M NOT GOING TO TAKE IT ANY MORE"?!?!? If so, maybe this is your kinda place, yeah? Yeah. YEAH. YEAH.

In this job, you’ll learn: that Mr. Tibetan Butterfly isn't so bad, really. He's just a butterfly trying to get by in the world. In fact, you two would really get along. Maybe you should go get a few drinks together some weeknight. Watch the game. You know, talk it out.

Intangible benefits: A chance to build great software for customers. Have you ever touched software? Huh? If you said yes, you're WRONG. You touched the device on which the software is stored. Just like a story. Or a poem. Or song. Or your memories of childhood.

Potential hazards: If you start talking about poems and songs and your memories of childhood too much, someone's gonna punch you in the arm. So just be warned.

If Woot were a superhero team, you’d be: yeah, funny thing. There aren't yet a lot of superheroes who got their powers after being bitten by a mobile app. But the moment a hero like that shows up? That'll be you. That'll be you all the way.

Worst part of the job: when the butterfly shows up drunk and starts ranting about how people don't take him seriously as a weather controlling device. He'll try to convince you that HAARP is just twenty billion butterflies strapped to a board. Just smile and nod. Smile and nod.

Make sure you bring: a custom printed purple shirt that reads "I got tricked into wearing this by the guy who writes the job descriptions." Wear it. Show it off to everyone. They'll totally be checking for it too. snicker

Basic Qualifications:

•Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field

•3+ years professional experience in software development

•Strong understanding of computer science fundamentals, including object-oriented design, data structures, algorithm design, problem solving, and complexity analysis

•Proficiency in, at least, one object oriented language such as C#, C++ or Java

•Solid knowledge of website fundamentals such as Javascript, HTML, XML, and CSS

Preferred Qualifications: •Experience crafting automated unit, integration, functional, and regression tests

•Experience developing RESTful APIs with ASP.NET MVC

•Experience refactoring code and evolving architectures

•Experience with distributed computing and enterprise-wide systems

•Knowledge of professional software engineering practices for the full software development life cycle, including coding standards, code reviews, source control management, build processes, testing, and operations

•Experience in communicating with users, other technical teams, and management to collect requirements, describe software product features, and technical designs

Tl;dr: Woot is looking for full-stak developers in Seattle. PM me if you are interested.