#1 of 3New Matter - newmatter.com
Pasadena (Los Angeles), CA
New Matter was founded in 2014 with a mission to bring 3D printing to every home, school, and office. An Idealab company backed by strong venture capital firms, New Matter is poised to revolutionize the consumer 3D printing market with its flagship product, the MOD-t. Slated for release in the second half of 2015, the MOD-t will be the most affordable 3D printer on the market and will be integrated with New Matter’s online store of 3D printable designs, allowing users of all skill levels to find, customize, and print great objects.
We currently have 2 developer openings:
Software Engineer, Back End and Infrastructure: http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?c=qU59VfwN&...
Junior Full Stack Dev: http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?c=qU59VfwN&...
#2 of 317hats - Pasadena, CA - Senior Dev/Ops Engineer with humor Full time - remote ok https://17hats.com/
We are looking for someone to join our team to help develop, build, and maintain our product, with just enough Ops work to keep everything running smoothly. If you’re passionate about performance and reliability, we'd love to chat!
17hats is an online service designed to help tame the chaos of running a small business by combining invoicing, customer quotes, contracts, to-do lists, client contacts, bookkeeping and more into one easy-to-use app. Rather than repeat all the stuff that makes 17hats so nifty, head on over to our website and check it out: http://www.17hats.com
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested!
Dev Skills: - As much JS as possible (Knockout, Sammy, jQuery, etc) - As much Perl as possible (Moose, DBIC, Plack, etc) - HTML, REST, JSON, etc - Excellent debugging skills Ops Skills: - EC2, OpsWorks - Enough Chef to keep things running - A bit of Ruby helps - All the usual Linuxy things: bash, postfix, apache, proftpd, mysql, memcached, beanstalkd, perl, git Other Skills: - Jedi Mind Trick (naturally), Invisibility (just for fun), Vulcan Nerve Pinch (in case things get dicey), Cooking a perfect Beef Wellington (a man's gotta eat!), knows the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow Personality: - Simplicity enthusiast / problem solver (find the simplest solution to a problem) - Greater good / no ego (what's best for the team, not for personal gain) - Sense of humor (the glue that keeps us working together harmoniously) - Humble & open minded (always open to new ideas and approaches)
#3 of 3iRobot (http://www.irobot.com) - Bedford, MA (just outside of Boston, MA) and Pasadena, CA
At iRobot we make robots that truly help people. Our robots help people save time by cleaning for them, save hassle by being remotely present for them, and save lives by putting themselves in harm's way.
We have great work-life balance (including half-day Fridays during the summer so you can spend extra time with your family on Friday afternoons) and interesting problems to solve.
We blend cutting-edge research and practical engineering to build useful and affordable robots.
We're looking for smart engineers who are easy to work with. You should want to help people with products you create, but a robotics background is NOT required. (I had no robotics background when I started at iRobot.)
iRobot is looking for software engineers, here are a few of our 20+ job openings:
* Embedded software engineers: We're hiring for "big embedded" (C++, Linux, and big cpus) and "small embedded" (C, bare-metal, small cpus). If you have good OO skills (C++, Java, etc.) but no "embedded" background that's okay too - shoot me an email and we'll chat.
* Java software engineers
* iOS software engineers
* Software engineers for vision, navigation, and mapping
* Test engineers
Check our jobs site for all positions: http://www.irobot.com/us/Company/Careers.aspx
Email me directly if you'd like to know more: email@example.com
Please email even if you're not sure if you're a match; I'm always happy to talk to other HN'ers!
PS: We have hired people from these "Who is hiring?" posts, thanks to HN for this service/forum.