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Atlanta - 4 jobs in May 2015

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SEC | NY $125,000 - $205,000

We're building the SEC's next generation analytic platforms to keep our markets safe, effective, and trusted. Come build awesome tools to analyse big data (and small data!). We do quantitative analysis, machine learning, plus good old fashioned product development. At the end of the day we ship modern, elegant applications that helps our government be more awesome.

Join a small team of talented developers, capable researchers, and former finance people that saw the light.

Our stack: JS, React, Python, pandas, Flask, C++, KDB, q

Your workstation: .5 TB RAM, plus a gabajillion cores (we each have one)

You are: anyone that wants to help! Awesome front end dev? Machine learning expert? Pythonista? Data scientist? Whatever! We want you! Doesn't matter if you know our stack or not, if you love to learn you'll fit right in.

(Also, if you're more of a finance person and less of a dev/quant/science-person/whatever we have spots for that too, in Boston, Atlanta, NY, Chicago).


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Sandy Springs (Atlanta) Full Time - Software Development

Small team, Greenfield project... Great place to work

Requirements: a) Must be able to build great software with a fantastic team b) Must want to learn new frameworks while solving hard problems with people who share your goals c) Must crave fearlessly adding new skills to your experience while maximizing your potential d) Play games, all sorts

AnswerRocket is expanding to meet the parallel challenges of demand for our products and the drive to do new things. We are seeking a few software developers with a passion for algorithms, UX, scalability and the future. Are you a smart and flexible thinker for whom programming is second nature? You will love it here.

Currently our development environment is JavaScript (for UX, using react/flux), Python (web server, machine learning, integration) and Java (data server). We use Agile and Git.

Our focus now is the Business Intelligence marketplace, which is exploding with opportunity. We deploy in Amazon's cloud or at customer premises.

Guidelines: - 3-5 years experience as a software developer - Knows our tech stack or has long track record of learning fast - Self-teaches new technologies, but not always anxious to use them - Loves design almost as much as implementing modules and fixing broken things - Knows how to hit a deadline but also knows when and how to explain a delay We move fast and require each team member to manage priorities that are established collectively. What we lack in formality, we make up for in results.

Join us or be jealous!


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Software Engineer | Atlanta, GA | PrimeRevenue

We're the industry leading solution for supply chain finance. Recognized as one of Atlanta’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For and a winner of numerous prestigious industry awards, PrimeRevenue offers a challenging, rewarding, and truly entrepreneurial working environment.

Our employees enjoy competitive compensation, excellent benefits, and flexible working conditions.

Currently hiring developers experienced in Ruby and JS. See http://primerevenue.theresumator.com/apply or email me directly at brosenblum@primerevenue.com.


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SidePrize - Atlanta, GA or Remote - Lead Developer


SidePrize sits somewhere between traditional fantasy and daily fantasy sports. You can think of us as a bridge between the two. We partner with fantasy sports platforms and leagues to provide additional game types, real-money contests and payments.

We're looking for someone to lead our backend development efforts. The challenge at hand is building a solid integration with our partners using a combination of APIs and scraping.


* Experience writing and maintaining web applications, specifically back-end (server-side).

* Experience with the Ruby programming language and/or the Ruby on Rails web application framework.

* Great writing and communication skills. One or more members is often remote, being able to communicate by writing is of critical importance.

* Good requirement-gathering skills. Starting with a problem and working from there to understand how the problem can be solved is a valuable skill.

* A strong interest in sports.


* Experience maintaining the front-end of web applications (HTML/CSS/JavaScript).

* A strong interest in fantasy sports and sports statistics.

* Experience building fantasy sports or similar applications.

If you're interested, send an email to adam@sideprize.com.