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INTERN - 27 jobs in April 2015

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Elsen, Boston, MA: FULL TIME Software Engineer, INTERN

Elsen is building the next generation of market simulation software at the intersection of high performance computing, machine learning, and quantitative finance. We're a small, tight-knit team located in the finance district of downtown Boston.

We are looking for a software developer to help build out our infrastructure which is primarily written in Haskell, C, and Python. An expert knowledge of Haskell is not required, and we are primarily looking for quantitatively minded individuals with a strong familiarity with finance and the ability to implement these ideas in multiple programming languages.

Some things we look for in an candidate ( subset of the following ):

* Open source involvement

* Deep understanding of quantitative modeling * Postgres

* Understanding of various parallelism techniques (threads, software transactional memory, GPUs, distributed computing)

* Technical analysis with ta-lib

* Use of iteratee Haskell libraries (conduit/pipes)

* Experience with modern C development

* NumPy/SciPy/Pandas experience

* Willingness to play complex boardgames

* Overall fun-loving personality and good sense of humor

Contact: jobs@elsen.co


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Isocline - Austin, TX - Software Engineer for High Performance Computing and Modeling

We are looking for two people - one interested in neural networks and one interested in GPS.

We are developing microchips that yield a 10-1000x improvement in performance & energy-efficiency compared to digital ASICs, GPUs, and FPGAs. We are a bootstrapped company and are fully funded through mid 2016. Patents pending.

$70K – $120K Salary

0.5% – 1.2% Equity

Full Job Description: https://angel.co/isocline/jobs/38767-software-engineer

Company website: http://isoclineengineering.com/

INTERN - Also looking for interns in software or embedded systems


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Khan Academy — Mountain View, CA (remote possible)

We're a small, non-profit tech startup bringing a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere.

Millions of people in all walks of life use our free educational platform to learn (check out some testimonials at https://www.khanacademy.org/stories). Most of you reading this are familiar with Sal's videos, but we also have hundreds of videos by other teachers, partnerships with organizations like MoMA and the California Academy of Sciences, and a huge library of interactive exercises.

A few things we're currently working on building right now:

– Major improvements to our mobile offerings to let students practice skills on the go [1]

– Improved knowledge models so we can better know what you know and don't know [2]

– Infrastructure improvements to make the site more reliable and faster for our millions of visitors every month [3]


We're especially looking for mobile and ops engineers, but we have a handful of other positions open. Unfortunately, we've filled up our slots for this coming summer internship, but we'd happily talk to intern candidates for future terms.

Apply at https://www.khanacademy.org/careers - feel free to ask me here if you have questions about applying or about KA in general.

[1]: http://www.kasrak.com/writing/khan-internship/

[2]: http://mattfaus.com/2014/05/improving-khan-academys-student-...

[3]: http://www.alangpierce.com/blog/2014/07/07/bigbingo-khan-aca...


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Snowplow Analytics - Remote, INTERN.

Snowplow Analytics is looking for 1-2 open source software interns this Summer (May through August), for a 6-8 week paid internship. Our interns will work directly on and contribute to projects within the Snowplow open source stack (https://github.com/snowplow). A Snowplow intern loves coding, enjoys experimenting with new technologies and is happiest working "in the open" on community/team projects. Technologies we use at Snowplow include Scala, JRuby, Go, Hadoop, Kinesis, Redshift, Elasticsearch, Kafka and Samza.

This a paid internship; we will consider remote candidates who are up to UTC +/- 5 hours maximum. Interested? Please email intern@snowplowanalytics.com, and tell us about a piece of software you are proud to have written. (And don't be afraid to suggest specific projects/initiatives/features that you would like to work on in your internship.)

For background on our previous internships check out:



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Interns - Chinatown, Washington, DC - Industry Dive


Industry Dive is a mobile-focused B2B media company that provides business leaders with news and intelligence that makes them smarter at their jobs. Corporate site: http://www.industrydive.com/ Example news site: http://www.utilitydive.com/

We are hiring interns in a variety of areas. Our internships are more like apprenticeships; you work on real projects with minimal busywork. Some of the people managing teams at Industry Dive today, started as interns two years ago.

DEVELOPER INTERN: Our primary codebase is Python/Django, but prior Python experience is not a requirement. Interest or experience in mobile development a plus. HTML/CSS design skills a plus.

EDITORIAL INTERN: Original writing and reporting -- opportunities to get by-lined work published. Work with a talented team of writers and editors to develop story ideas and pitches.

DESIGN INTERN: We're always looking for smart, talented designers to intern. Work with HTML/CSS/JS on a daily basis. Impress our readers by taking the UI of our news sites to the next level.

DIGITAL MARKETING INTERN: Help us build our audience by developing and implementing marketing strategies that involve email, social, SEO, and PPC.

More info and other jobs here http://www.industrydive.com/company/jobs/ email me with any questions eli.at.industrydive.com (Apologies if you applied previously and haven't heard back from me, I've been backlogged. I will get to your email this week, but feel free to apply again.)


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Wow, no love for assembly/assembler yet? Enjoy:

Raytheon SI could be the place for you. We are hiring technical staff at all levels, from INTERN (hurry, the competition is fierce) to people with decades of experience. We hire doctorates (PhD), but don't actually require any degree at all. Desired skills relate to reverse engineering, disassembly, emulators, JIT, hypervisors, security vulnerability research, compilers, binary static analysis, formal methods, malware, hacking, boot loaders, x86, PowerPC/PPC, MIPS, ARM, IDA Pro, kernels, constraint solvers, drivers, and embedded systems.

SI is mainly in Florida (Indialantic), Maryland, Virginia, and Texas (Austin, San Antonio). It's a place with extreme flex time, T-shirts and jeans (or shorts even), normally 40-hour weeks with the option for paid overtime if you want it, your choice of desktop OS, real walls (most locations), and lots of mischievous bright nerds with maker attitude. We get you a security clearance, so US citizenship is required.

To apply, go to https://rtnsi.theresumator.com/ and select one of the following job titles:

  * Software Engineer / CNO Developer
  * Static Analysis Research Engineer
  * Vulnerability Researcher / CNO Analyst
(note: the "Melbourne" location is actually Indialantic, where you can get a house within a mile of the beach for 5 figures)


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Pixterity - http://pixterity.com/ - San Francisco/Palo Alto, CA

Role(s): Design INTERN | FOUNDER/CTO (3rd founding member)

We are a Stanford-StartX accelerated startup disrupting the professional photography and stock photo industry.

ALL PHOTO ASSIGNMENTS ARE OFFLINE—on paper, over the phone, very 1985. $6.5 billion in sales from jobs commissioned each year by ad agencies, corporate marketers, editorial media, and SMBs is fragmented amongst tens of thousands of freelance pro photographers.

We turn Assignments into Stock Photos, consolidating the Stock Photo + Photo Assignment segments on one platform.

We're looking for a UI design intern and a 3rd technical founder. Our stack is Rails/Postgres/JS and heavily utilizes AWS.

Shoot me an email at mb@pixterity.com if interested or apply on AngelList.




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Localytics - Boston, MA - FULL-TIME, INTERN, H1B

Localytics is hiring engineerings to work on:

  - Delivery and Internal Tools
  - Technical Operations
  - Data platform technologies
  - Microservices on Play in Scala
  - Data visualizations with D3.js
  - iOS, Android, JavaScript
  - Ruby on Rails
About Localytics:

* We provide app analytics and app marketing services for thousands of apps on over two billion devices

* We are one of the fastest growing companies in Boston and were recently named one of the top places to work by The Boston Globe.

* We are passionate about and have deep expertise in the technologies we work with including: Rails, AngularJS, D3.js, Scala, iOS, Android, Mapreduce, MongoDB, DynamoDB, Memcache, Redis, Column Store Databases, AWS: DynamoDB, S3, SQS, EMR, ElasticCache and EC2.

* We are one of the largest Scala shops in Boston and have a passion for functional programming. Many folks here who are in the credits for the FP in Scala book.

Check out our engineering blog: http://eng.localytics.com/

Candidates of all experience levels encouraged to connect with us: jobs@localytics.com


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Washington, DC, INTERN: CCTV America is looking for talented college interns to work in all areas of our news gathering operation.

Read more: http://www.cctv-america.com/2014/07/29/cctv-america-internsh...

Watch us live anywhere at http://www.cctvamericalive.com Follow us: @cctv_america on Twitter | CCTVAmerica on Facebook


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Washington,DC INTERN. CCTV America is looking for talented college interns to work in all areas of our news gathering operation.

Read more: http://www.cctv-america.com/2014/07/29/cctv-america-internsh...

Watch us live anywhere at http://www.cctvamericalive.com Follow us: @cctv_america on Twitter | CCTVAmerica on Facebook


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IBM Watson in Pittsburgh has eight open positions as of this posting. This is for full time and IBM will do visas for qualified candidates. Our internships are largely closed, more on that in the reply.

I’m a software engineer and former consultant on the Watson Explorer connectivity team.


* Software Engineer * Quality Engineer * Quality Engineer * Senior Quality Engineer * Support Engineer * UI Developer * Design Team Manager * Technical Product Manager

We’re looking for folks versed in Java, Scala, and the Ruby on Rails stack. We do things like TDD, real actual pair programming†, kanban, agile-ish planning (IBM Design Thinking, not some convoluted buzzword bullshit), automated builds, “use the right tool for the job even if it’s not an IBM product”, and daily stand ups that, for the most part, never run past 15 minutes.

We have award-winning engineers, writers, and speakers in our office. One of IBM Design’s principals is located here, too. A few of our staff are on conference organizing committees for Steel City Ruby, DevOps Days, SATURN, etc. Almost half of our desks are standing desks in our open space office plan (where sitting is fine, too!) with a roof deck in the middle of a bustling, multicultural business district.

We like to have fun, too, having regular board game lunches and evenings, hosting meetup events, weekly communal lunch cooked by one or more of our fantastic cooks, and managers that are incredibly full-of-clue and treat us like the adults we all are.

We try to keep our interview process as bullshit-free as possible. If we think you look good on paper, we’ll reach out for a phone chat and give you the details on a pretty open-ended code test, where you’ll implement a simple library. If we like your solution, then we’ll invite you for a live culture fit and technical interview, in-person if you’re near or remote if not. This process has given us a ridiculously low turnover.

You can read more in the many /r/pittsburghjobs posts I’ve made throughout the years both as IBM and as Vivísimo, the startup that IBM acquired in 2012:


† no, really. We shoot for 50%-75% pairing, otherwise known as “pair when it makes sense”.


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Keplar Agency - Amsterdam, Netherlands - INTERN - Full time Ruby developer

Keplar Agency is looking for a full time or freelance Ruby on Rails developer and/or trainee.

We're closely related to the music industry within Amsterdam area and are proud creators of "Alda Events", "Amsterdam Music Festival", "A State of Trance", "The Flying Dutch" and many other large applications in such a fast paced environment. Moreover, we're currently building applications for clients like "Randstad", "Max Havelaar" and others.

We work with modern tools common to the Ruby community and keep looking forward to improve our workshop. We focus using Rails, Middleman, RSpec, Sass, Git, Chef to great extent and, from time to time, we use JavaScript frameworks to spice things up. We're keen to extend our knowledge in the very near future with technologies like Elixir, Go-lang, Docker, and anything else that sounds promising. We're a small team of 6 now, but continuously growing projects' and customers' base demands expanding and allows us to look into cooperating with other great minded developers keen to learn, teach and grow with us.

More information can be found at: http://keplaragency.com/jobs/ruby_developer and http://keplaragency.com/jobs/ruby_traineeship. You can contact us directly at jobs@keplar.nl


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Sift Security | http://siftsecurity.com | Menlo Park, CA | Full-time or Intern | Full stack/Backend Developers, Data Scientists.

Sift Security is an early stage startup, leveraging big data and advanced analytics to enable enterprises rapidly discover, prioritize and investigate security events. We are actively hiring to expand our team of security and distributed systems engineers and data scientists.

Various full-time and INTERN positions offer competitive compensation.

Full Stack Developer: focused on creating a groundbreaking user experience for security investigations with big data. Experience with AngularJS, d3.js, Javascript Play Framework, Java would be helpful.

Backend Developer: focused on efficiently processing and analyzing large volumes and varieties of enterprise data. Experience developing in Java is important, Scala would be helpful.

Data Scienctist: focused on identifying, evaluating, and implementing innovative detection algorithms. Experience in Java, Python, R, Scala would be helpful.

For more info see https://angel.co/sift-security-1 or send an email to neil@siftsec.com regarding Full-stack/Backend or to vvlad@math.mit.edu regarding Data Scientist positions.


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Colchis Capital Management / San Francisco, CA

Contract, FTE, remote, intern, relocation, visa sponsorship all possible for the right fit.

Competitive compensation.

Three opportunities:

1. Help us build our next-generation automated trading system. We are building in Go, and Python would be useful. There are interesting challenges in profiling/optimization (across layers of the stack), distributed testing strategy, distributed tracing and monitoring, interpreter/compiler design and implementation.

2. Help us build our internal user facing "single pane of glass", which will provide visibility into and control of our systems. Deep front-end juju required: know JavaScript for real, plus a solid grasp of HTML/CSS. Have an opinion on JS tooling (including frameworks such as React or AngularJS) because I don't. :)

3. Own our on-premise infrastructure. Windows Server 2012 / Active Directory experience, plus networking and storage system experience, required. Bonus points for SAS, Tableau Server, or SQL Server administration experience. We're looking for someone that geeks out hard on infrastructure IT.

In each case, interest in or experience with modern *nix DevOps tooling would be a bonus.

Please get in touch if you're interested: my first name @colchiscapital.com



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Engineering Internships – Summer 2015 - Sauce Labs (San Francisco, CA)

About Sauce Labs:

Sauce Labs makes testing awesome. Developers from startups to Fortune Global 1000 enterprises use our cloud-based service to automatically or manually test mobile and web apps on 350+ browsers and platforms. We’re a growing, tight-knit team working to transform how software testing and development gets done.

The internship will be in our San Francisco headquarters, located in SOMA. You’ll be provided various amenities including catered lunches 4 days a week, a pet-friendly building, a MacBook Air and more!

Our Internship Program:

Our 10-16 week internship program provides interns with the ability to explore and improve upon their interests in a growing start-up environment. Interns should be passionate about problem solving and using computer science fundamentals to collaborate with managers of their team and contribute directly to our product.

We are currently looking for interns to join our Ecosystems & Integrations and Web Development teams.


- Currently pursuing a Bachelor's or above in Computer Science, Engineering or equivalent experience.

- Software development experience using Python.

Interested in becoming an Engineering Intern at Sauce Labs and want more information? Please take a look at our job description and apply at: http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?c=qDz9Vfw0&...


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San Francisco - Ginger.io

Design, product and engineering roles at our downtown offices.

Ginger.io uses mobile phones and machine learning to predict behavioral health issues (depression and anxiety primarily) and intervene at the right time.

We just completed our series B, and have several product lines all showing tremendous promise.

Hiring INTERNS as well in all categories.



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SOMA Analytics @ London, UK - http://soma-analytics.com/careers.html

SOMA Analytics is an investor-backed and award-winning startup that develops pioneering mobile health technology. We are creating the world’s first mobile-based mental resilience program, combining aspects from psychology and medicine with machine learning and hardware.

We are a tight-knit, international family that is passionate about building great products. From encouraging unconventional and lean thinking to advocating a healthy lifestyle, we treat our employees as our greatest asset.

Join our rapidly expanding team and set your inner geek free with like-minded and awesome workmates. We're hiring for full time positions and internships in diverse roles. You must be eligible to work in the UK.


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Wall Street International Magazine | Montenegro, Europe, RELOCATION | INTERN/entry/mid level software engineer, JavaScript/Rails

Wall Street International Magazine (wsimag.com) is searching for entry/mid Level HTML/JavaScript software engineer, for the full-time job in Budva, Montenegro (Europe). We are willing to arrange relocation.

HTML/CSS/JavaScript (possibly React) and simple server-side logic with Ruby on Rails.

We expect the candidate to be able to focus on the creating exceptional web-pages, produced with solid understanding of HTML and related technologies. We have a multinational team, our primary language of communication in office is English.

If you are interested in this position, please send your resume to info@wsimag.com

Thank you.


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BeeLine Reader: http://www.BeeLineReader.com

About us: We launched via an epic (700+ pt) Show HN post, and we now have tens of thousands of users reading millions of pages a week with our digital reading tools. We've won startup competitions at Stanford and elsewhere, and we're looking for a few good interns. If you are a javascript whiz, browser plugin maven, Android master, or marketing guru, drop us your resume: developer@BeeLineReader.com. Be sure to customize your cover letter so it's clear you know who we are and what we do!


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BriefMe - We are the first-ever news ranking system, making it easier for people to stay informed. We recently launched an iOS app on the App Store which was featured by Apple in their best new apps, and we are currently working on expanding to other platforms.

We're a Boston startup looking for a couple interns to join us here over the summer.

INTERN - Software Engineer

INTERN - Data Analyst

More info can be found at http://www.getbriefme.com/jobs


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Wiredcraft (http://wiredcraft.com/) -- One of our offices: Shanghai, China

We build products at the intersection of technology around data. Lots of data visualization, big data and infrastructure. We work with large organizations on challenging problems (the World Bank, the United Nations, CNN) OR on our own products (mostly developer tools, things like http://devo.ps or http://sweepboard.com).

We are a multicultural team with French, American, British, Chinese, Korean, Dutch and Finnish colleagues. We are about to settle a third office in NYC this year. We work a lot with Javascript (node.js, AngularJS), Python, occasionally Go and Erlang. Lots of single page apps, APIs and infrastructure automation.

- Sales director (freelance + FT); You would be involved with the following sales responsibilities: -Scale our existing sales channels, -Develop new sales channels, -Build up new partnerships, -Develop new business opportunities, Keep in mind that we provide both services and product, both of which you would likely get a chance to help us with.

- Project manager; We're looking for somebody to help us lead and ship our projects and products. http://wiredcraft.com/jobs/project-manager/

- Designer director; you have design chops, understand technology (HTML/CSS...) and do more than nice pictures (content,strategy,color,theory,...). http://wiredcraft.com/jobs/design-director/

- Online marketing intern (Shanghai or NYC); we'd love some help with growth hacking our products and marketing our services like there's no tomorrow. http://wiredcraft.com/jobs/online-marketing-intern/

Drop me a line at job@wiredcraft.com, or go to https://wiredcraft.typeform.com/to/GG4GQz


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System Engineer - Boston - Fulltime

Systems Engineering Intern - San Francisco - INTERN

Xamarin IT is looking for an FTE systems engineer in Boston, and an intern in SF to come in and help build out our internal infrastructure. These are both hands on roles helping to build our internal infrastructure, improve monitoring tooling, and help drive automation and standardization.

if you're interested please email me at Nick.IT at xamarin dot com


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Wikimedia Foundation

Many positions are REMOTE (or in SF if you want), some are SF-only. VISA help/sponsorship provided for candidates willing to relocate to SF. There are also INTERN positions open right now.



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Frontend Engineer | San Francisco | INTERN REMOTE VISA

Site Reliability Engineer | San Francisco | REMOTE VISA

Chief Architect | VISA

Sales Development Rep | San Francisco | VISA

CrowdFlower helps companies clean and enrich their data with a massive online workforce. Our platform is used by data science teams at startups, tech companies, finance and retail. We are series C and growing fast.

Email me at lukas at crowdflower dot com.


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Typeform is hiring for several roles, including Development and Marketing: Apply www.typeform.com/jobs (or contact georgina@typeform.com)

Preferably on site but also considering remote and intern candidates.


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Scribd (YC '06), San Francisco - VISA, FULL-TIME, and INTERN are all welcome

Scribd ("Netflix for eBooks", top 100 website, 50 people) is hiring talented hackers of all kinds to help us build the library of the 21st century.

We've hired EIGHT full-time people and TONS of interns from these "Who is Hiring" threads ... it really works!

We're looking for people who want to work with:

* Ruby on Rails (we're the #2 largest rails site, after Twitter)

* Javascript (well, we use Coffeescript)

* iOS OR Android (we're a top 10 eBook app with more reviews than Wikipedia, with a small mobile team)

* Data science / data analysis (using big data tools like hive to analyze an amazing proprietary dataset)

* Machine Learning / data mining / recommendations - think Netflix prize, but for books!

* Product manager and design (UI or UX) roles too

* Internships: junior standing or above for all areas of engineering. We hire several interns every summer and year-round.

That said, we care way more about your personality and general hacking skills then what languages you've used so far, so if you haven't used these but want to break into mobile or web development, this could be a good opportunity for you. We've hired people from these threads with everywhere from 0 to 10 years of experience.

We're profitable, very well funded and have a really fun office environment (go-karts + a rock climbing wall!) in the center of the startup world in San Francisco. Scribd alumni have gone on to found 4 other YCombinator companies, more than from any other startup. We think this says something about the kind of people that we like to hire, and we love hiring people with entrepreneur and startup ambitions. We are also always looking for international people interested in moving to the US and can help you secure a visa.

You can read more about our "Netflix for Books" service here http://wrd.cm/1dJquzz or check out our tech blog at http://coding.scribd.com. Last month we launched the first "Netflix for Comics" - really exciting stuff! More here: http://wrd.cm/1MbaBA6

More info is at http://www.scribd.com/jobs, but as a HN user, feel free to apply directly by emailing me at jared at scribd.com. I work on the engineering team.


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New York / London / San Francisco (FT/INTERN/VISA) - Bloomberg

http://jobs.bloomberg.com/ http://www.bloomberg.com/ux

There are many jobs open at Bloomberg, but I'm particularly looking for intelligent software engineers and UX professionals to work under the CTO and Infrastructure team in R&D. We have roughly 4,000 R&D employees, so work is very diverse across the company. Teams are roughly 4-8 people at the lowest level and group up into larger organizations organized by product type (equities, fixed income, etc.). I happen to work on infrastructure for the Professional service (aka Terminal). Our team has very little interaction with anything finance related and most of our work is related to evolving the entire platform forward and making forward-looking changes. Back in 2005, we converted all of our higher-level "app" development to server-side JS (custom, Spidermonkey based) and now run probably the largest server-side JS stack in the world. We migrated a lot of our GUI toolkit to be scripted as well (LUA this time) to allow us to more easily evolve it. And now we're evolving it, embedding Blink and pushing bugfixes and feature enhancements to do what we need (our fork is on GH). We abstracted away our next-gen server-side infrastructure from specific JS engines and can now run it on top of Spidermonkey or V8 (or any other engine with a similar API) as we please. We're helping define and implement CSS3 Grid spec and help implement ES6 generators/arrow functions among other things. We built and run a third-party app store within the Terminal. Over the past decade we've rebuilt the C++ foundation of the company from the ground up, starting with our own STL implementation using the Lakos allocator model (Lakos and a few other C++ committee members work here). We have a huge wealth of awesome C++ libraries that we started open-sourcing and will continue to add more layers as time goes by. (https://github.com/bloomberg)

All of what I mentioned above is stuff done by the infrastructure team, and we're a tiny percentage of the overall R&D population. Other teams get to do fun stuff as well. The mortgage team ported long-running ABS OAS calculations from Linux farms to GPU clusters and wrote a Python based cash flow engine from the ground up, potentially helping define the SEC's Python-files-must-be-included rules.

We run a worldwide network with somewhere around 35,000 circuits in 180+ countries. We ingest anywhere from 45-60 billion "ticks" daily aggregate from feeds in all of these countries. We normalize, scrub, and then re-distribute all this data to customers in all of those countries in an efficient manner. The Terminal provides analytic and visualization tools to work with market data, as well as the same tools to work with news and alerts. On the news side, we ingest over 100,000 news feeds (e.g. WSJ would be one "feed") from around the world and do the same kind of processing, applying ML for sentiment and topic classification, etc. We also design our own hardware in-house -- everything from keyboards and monitors, to custom ASICs for authentication/subscription tokens. The web side (bloomberg.com, businessweek.com) are now Node based and the framework used to build them was also recently released on GitHub.

Oh, and we have a TV station, radio station, etc. They innovate too. Bloomberg TV was the first non-OTA channel to be distributed via Aereo, for instance. (Too bad it didn't last... :))

We could use a motto like "We do a lot of stuff."

Contact me if you want to discuss at andrew@ishiboo.com. For anyone going to JSConf in May, I'll be there if you want to chat in person.