#1 of 38Akvo Foundation - akvo.org - AMS, Amsterdam, Netherlands (and DC, LON, STO, OUA, NBO, DEL, BLR, SIN and more)
Akvo develops open-source software which we run as a service, which is used mainly in international development across Central America, Africa, Asia and the Pacific. We build data collection, mashup, management, visualisation and publishing tools. We work with thousands of NGOs, many UN organisations and countries. Our tools get used in everything from disaster response to environmental preservation.
We are hiring:
- UX designer - Helsinki (primary), Amsterdam, London, Stockholm, Bangalore (REMOTE possible for the right candidate)
- Senior technical services consultant - Amsterdam
- Senior devops engineer - Location: Amsterdam, London, Stockholm or Bangalore
Full descriptions here: http://akvo.org/about-us/working-at-akvo/
We are seeking a skilled, self-motivated, proactive and energetic UX designer. Working closely to the lead designer and product managers, your primary responsibility will be to grow concepts through design exploration, ideation and user validation. Your core skills are in product design and interaction design.
Senior technical services consultant and coordinator
As a technical services consultant and coordinator you work together with our partner teams and technical consultants to help implement and integrate Akvo’s tools with our partner organisations’ systems.
Senior devops engineer
Akvo seeks a senior DevOps engineer with leadership experience to initially lead our small Infrastructure team and later expand this to include live support team members. The role will have a mixture of hands-on work to maintain and expand our growing technology infrastructure as well as leadership and management of our infrastructure needs over the coming years.
#2 of 38Qriously (qriously.com) - London, UK - Full-time - Frontend Engineer
We've developed a data platform for serving questions to billions of people in realtime for use in mobile advertising, research, and business intelligence. We're looking for a frontend engineer to help us build beautiful interactive components for web and mobile.
A few of nice things we offer include a competitive salary, unlimited holiday, gym membership.
For more information … http://qrious.ly/1PcyKoI
#3 of 38CloudFlare - https://www.cloudflare.com/join-our-team - San Francisco (SF, SFO) and London (LDN, UK) VISA and Singapore.
Security and performance for the web, we are hiring for multiple roles in the SF and London offices, and a couple of roles for our new office in Singapore.
See the link above, but as an overview we are looking for:
+ Systems Engineers (Go or C or Lua)
+ Infrastructure Security Engineers (security reviews, pen testing)
The SF office also would like to hear from a PHP engineer who is accustomed to performance tuning all components of large web app (including PostgreSQL performance, memcached performance, tracing and optimising PHP).
Please use the URL above to apply, every application is read.
#4 of 38Duo Security (duosecurity.com, @duosec) is hiring in Ann Arbor, San Mateo, and London. We recently raised $30M to build (and market and sell) the next generation of access security. Come work with smart (and fun!) people at a fast-growing company.
- Product Designer - Ann Arbor, MI
- SaaS Scaling Engineer - Ann Arbor, MI or San Mateo, CA
- Senior Windows Software Engineer - Ann Arbor, MI
- Sr. Front End Software Engineer - Ann Arbor, MI
- Sr. Software Engineer (Integrations) - Ann Arbor, MI
- Senior/Principal Product Marketing Manager - Ann Arbor, MI or San Mateo, CA
- Director Labs R&D - Anywhere
- R&D Software Engineer - Anywhere
- Security Researcher - Anywhere
- Senior Security Researcher - Anywhere
Plus many more positions in sales and customer success.
Job board (scroll down): http://grnh.se/bqvst2
#5 of 38Thread.com (YC S12) - Software engineer who loves product (Python/Django)
We're a startup trying to reinvent retail so men can dress well without being subject to the horrors of the high street or having to trawl through millions of items online. We do this using a combination of powerful algorithms and human stylists.
You'd be joining a small, highly technical team with a ton of startup experience (the founders have started and sold 2 companies before). You'll be one of the first technical hires and get to build and own huge parts of the product and work on the core algorithms.
One of our ancillary goals is to build one of the best engineering cultures anywhere, and we'd love you to help us do that. We launched in October and user and revenue numbers are scaling extremely quickly. We're backed by a collection of the top investors from London and Silicon Valley as well as Y Combinator.
We're especially interested in people who are interested in founding their own startup one day. We view working at Thread as a founder bootcamp where you'll learn about all parts of starting and growing a startup.
We're a care marketplace connecting people looking for home care to carers nearby. Our goal is to solve a social need that touches up to 75% of families globally - how to find trusted, affordable care for loved ones.
You’ll get the opportunity to shape the technical roadmap to evolve HomeTouch from a basic, transactional platform to a product customers love. You have a distributed development team of two to help you and get to input into building an inhouse tech team. The problems you’ll get to work on include everything from the algorithm matching customers with carers, planning and building new features, to enhancing payment automation and optimising the look and feel of the site. Our stack is MEAN with some additions, e.g. Redis for caching and job management.
Check out more details here: https://angel.co/hometouch-1 or get in touch at email@example.com
#7 of 38Permutive (YC S14) — London, UK — http://permutive.com
We're focused on understanding and recommending content at scale. We use ML/NLP techniques to algorithmically understand the meaning behind content and make sense of people's wide and nuanced interests based on their behavior. Engaging content is the future of online monetization, and our first product is an intelligent native ad engine for revenue-generating content.
We have a ton of interesting problems to solve, and we're looking for people who want the responsibility of taking some of them on and delivering working solutions. You'll want to have interests or experience in some of the following:
* Working extensively in functional languages (we mostly use Scala, some Haskell)
* Building large-scale distributed systems (we run a microservices architecture on AWS)
* Designing and implementing proprietary machine learning models and real-time personalized recommender systems (particularly Bayesian approaches, topic models, deep belief nets)
* Designing streaming data pipelines to process millions of daily events
* Rapidly designing and building frontend products
We’re a VC and Y Combinator-backed startup at the beginning of our journey. As one of our first engineers you’ll play a central role in defining our tech culture and direction, and have direct influence on product and strategy.
If you're interested, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV and anything else that helps us know more about who you are! Unfortunately we can't sponsor visas at the moment so you'll need to be eligible to work in the UK!
#8 of 38London Based Senior FullStack Developer
TransferWise is a VC-backed, international money transfer start-up co-founded by Skype’s first employee and backed by some of planet's most experienced innovators, including Andreessen Horowitz, Sir Richard Branson and PayPal founder Peter Thiel, we're disrupting the world of currency & international money transfer. That means flipping a gazillion dollar industry on its head and taking power away from banks and the establishment.
We’re looking for talented full-stack coders to join our London office with solid experience with both front end and back end web technologies. Not only will you build awesome product features that contribute to user growth, retention and delight, you will also be empowered and encouraged to contribute and your own ideas.
You will collaborate with product managers, UX and design experts, data scientists and other developers to work towards one unified goal - growth.
#9 of 38Smarkets, London. Sorry, local only.
We're a modern betting exchange, going technology first to enable proper price competition in a field of fat commissions. A small, agile, and fast-growing team, who recently broke £1 billion in lifetime trades on our platform.
Smarkets develops a reliable, low-latency, highly concurrent betting exchange based on trading exchange designs. We're also building a fast, modern web interface to allow for a smoother experience. Servicing our users is top priority.
The Smarkets platform is written predominantly on Python and Erlang, and relies heavily on asynchronous programming techniques. We use REST where we can. Life at Smarkets circles around people, version control, configuration management and automated testing. We can - and do - deploy to production several times a day.
If you like the idea of flat structure and practical engineering approach, see our jobs at https://smarkets.com/about/jobs/
Can you imagine a world, where no one missed their commitments? No forgotten dentist appointments, no late meetings, no last-minute cancellations or disappointing no-shows. Can you imagine if coordinating took much less effort, than organising your time now?
That world is possible with intelligent software like 10to8, which makes getting to the right place at the right time just happen. That’s the world we’re building with its customers right now.
You know the fundamentals of interaction and visual design; you can tell the best from the good. Above all, you can clearly articulate the reasons behind your logic.
If you are motivated, communicative and a good team player, we want to hear from you. You will play an active part in guiding the future development of 10to8 products. We strongly believe in autonomy and participatory decision-making; your code will be in production within a few days of starting.
#11 of 38Permanent, full-time roles in London, New York City, and Seattle.
We are hiring for a bunch of roles at the moment - you can read more about the positions (and the company) here: https://www.distilled.net/jobs/ but in short, we're a digital marketing company, specialising in organic and paid search, content, and digital PR.
The jobs - in order of those most obviously of interest to HN:
LONDON: Front-end developer with some experience (£30-35k) http://distilled.workable.com/jobs/55137
LONDON / NYC / SEATTLE: Digital marketers (range of experience) See list - http://distilled.workable.com/
We recently had an all-hands email thread where people discussed what brought them to Distilled, and why they are still here. It got many great replies (including a number talking about how people's friends had typically had 2-3 jobs in the time they'd been with us), but this one stood out:
"A combination of an informal environment, freedom, and high expectations - I wanted a place where I could be myself and grow doing/learning things that I was passionate about, while having lots of smart people around me to collaborate with in doing so. I came from a huge, strictly regimented and siloed company, and was fed up with being told "that's a great idea, but it's not your job", and Distilled seemed to be the polar opposite."
#12 of 38Metail (Cambridge, UK) - Senior Graphics Engineer, Senior Frontend Web Engineers, Big Data Engineer - Full time, Contract - On-site only
Metail builds technology to allow people to try on clothes when shopping online. We are a well funded startup and growing to meet our ambition.
At the moment we have several full-time and contract jobs at Metail's engineering offices in the centre of Cambridge, UK:
- Senior Graphics Software Engineer (3D Visualisation, Direct3D, OpenGL, C++, C#)
- Big Data Engineer (MapReduce, NoSQL, Clojure, Cascalog, AWS) - both permanent and contractors.
We also have an Operations Manger role available in our London office.
You would be joining a highly focussed technical team in a startup that is working with customers around the globe (Latin America, Europe, Far East). We enjoy the technical challenges of our day job and often socialise together in the evening. Cambridge itself is a great place to live and has a large tech community.
Unfortunately we are not in a position to help with visas, so we mostly need great engineers who are already eligible to work in the UK.
If you are interested, you can get more details at http://metail.com/jobs/ or apply by email to email@example.com.
#13 of 38London, United Kingdom - Osper - https://osper.com
We provide a real prepaid debit card for young people aged 8-18 so they can make their own decisions with money: in shops, online, at cash machines, and abroad. Over 10,000 families have already signed up to the service and we will be growing enormously this year.
But we not only help young people buy dolls and save for bicycles - we are building an awesome technology team that eliminates legacy code, keeps the bug rate tiny, and stays small and joyful. We are doing this by adopting techniques like pair programming, test-driven development, and continuous deployment. You can read more about our plan to be awesome on our tech blog http://tech.osper.io. We want to meet and work with smart technical folks of all sorts - from server-side devs to sysadmins, mobile coders to testers, security analysts to data crunchers - but right now, especially interested in QA experts who are obsessed with automated and exploratory testing for mobile devices.
We are willing to arrange relocation to London for the right candidates. Sorry, we're not ready to take on remote team members at this time.
#14 of 38Addictive Mobility | Front End Web Developer | Toronto
APPLY NOW - https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/41675142 (mention HN when applying!)
Addictive Mobility is a successful, rapidly growing company, with expanding offices in Toronto, New York, Vancouver, London and Dubai. We’re one of the most innovative companies in Toronto, and one of Canada's fastest growing startups. We increasingly exceed the needs of our diverse client base, including major, well-known retailers and internationally recognized agencies in the US, Canada and the Middle East.
About the role
We are located in Liberty Village in downtown Toronto.
- You want to work on exciting projects with only the latest technologies and modern techniques - You understand IIFEs, function scoping, context switching, and know "the Good Parts" by heart - You’re not afraid of asynchronous code - You make use of new HTML5 features, but also know how to fall back gracefully - You lint your code with JSHint / JSLint - You believe in Atwood's Law
If you do not fit the above descriptions, you need not apply.
#15 of 38London, UK - Permanent, full time, on-site. Lumi - https://lumi.do
Lumi is a personalised news reader. We learn your interests automatically from the get go and recommend you articles that we think you'll love. Lumi was created by the founders of Last.fm
We are always interested to talk to great developers, but right now we are really keen to expand our mobile team. Currently, Android is our principle focus, but we'd be very interested to talk to mobile generalists specialising in any platform.
If you are London based, feel free to come and say Hi at Silicon Milkround next Sunday.
To apply, either launch a CV at firstname.lastname@example.org, or get in touch personally if you'd like to chat first (details in my profile)
#16 of 38Open Energy Market - Surbiton (UK) - Full Time - Remote OK
We are looking for a junior Full Stack Developer to join our unique, disruptive, start-up working in the Energy trading sector.
About Open Energy Market
Based just outside London in Surbiton (Surrey), the Open Energy Market is the first and only marketplace for buying commercial energy. Founded by two experienced entrepreneurs, our technology is re-defining the commercial energy space. Since our launch in October 2013 we have built an impressive portfolio of clients and partners, providing technology based solutions for large scale energy buyers. Our clients are some of the largest household names in the United Kingdom including restaurant chains, supermarkets and national brands.
For more information about us and what we do, head to https://openenergymarket.com.
As our second Full Stack developer you will have the opportunity to help drive the technology and processes that underpin the business. From day one you will be responsible for the development and support of our core applications and deploying them to the Azure hosted environment. You will be a confident developer who is at ease discussing requirements with the rest of the business and who is passionate about the design and testing of new features and changes.
To find out more about us email jobs at openenergymarket dot com and we'll get straight back to you.
#17 of 38Network Locum, London (http://www.networklocum.com)
Network Locum is an online marketplace matching doctors with healthcare providers looking to fill gaps in their rota. We're on a mission to take the power out of the hand of recruitment agencies and eliminate waste from the NHS by freeing up the data.
Our technology stack comprises mainly of interconnected microservices in Python and Django communicating over Redis, with some Angular.js giving our front-end a bit of dazzle. It’s quite cool.
What we believe in * Getting stuff done * Testing quickly and often * Making informed, data-driven decisions * Lean principles and Agile + Scrum project management * Developers spending their time doing what they do best: developing * Cultural fit is as important as raw technical skills are
We have an office in Shoreditch which our team of 12 works out of. If you’d like to join us and be challenged on a daily basis, while having fun with great people, then shoot us your github profile to email@example.com
#18 of 38London, England. Little startup with a mighty heart. We are a sharing community for students and people who need their skills.
This is a summer internship position. Local is preferred but we will work with remote. We are redeveloping a platform which didn't do our original concept justice. While that happens, we have happy users to keep serving and we need to keep growing. The ideal candidate would have very strong selling skills coupled with the ability to do any job a tiny start up like ours could need; we don't always know what that could be so a ton of imagination, enthusiasm and initiative are needed and welcome! Think 'Swiss Army Knife'!
This is a paid position. If you are remote, we would prefer if you are not more than BST-5 away.
If you strongly feel that this could be you, we'd love to hear from you, by email to satya AT sesquis DOT com with:
Your GitHub profile. Please point out anything you are particularly proud of, your Résumé, and why you feel you are right for this job.
Thanks so much for reading this, we'd love to hear from you!
#19 of 38CopyCopy, London, UK | REMOTE or ONSITE | UX/UI Designer & Marketer
CopyCopy is a young, cosy, startup on the cusp of launching a groundbreaking consumer productivity app. We urgently require a UX/UI designer to beautify and improve the UX of our multi-layered product and also undertake many marketing activities.
The ideal candidate would be comfortable knowing/learning how to:
• Mock up beautiful compelling usable designs
• Implementing new UI for web and mobile apps (Android and iOS)
• Undertaking user research both with on-site interviews and via data-driven analytics
• Perform obvious marketing tasks (can be learned on the job).
Brownie points if:
• You're not afraid to learn desktop UI (Qt QML)
• You're comfortable with Git and other such geekery
• You've been involved in a tech product launch
• You're a British citizen (simplifies tax for us)
Remote applications are fine as long as you're located +/-3 hours from London (GMT) timezone but we're very happy to have you on-site in our London office.
Will consider shorter term or longer-term contract or employment for the right candidate.
Just email a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
#20 of 38[London - F/T - not remote]
At Mixlr, we’re currently looking to meet great developers with a background in one or more of Ruby, C/C++ and Linux server administration.
Mixlr is a simple way to share live audio. Over 40,000 live broadcasters and millions of listeners use our platform every month, and the use cases go far beyond music: our service is used by politicians, journalists, teachers, podcasters, concert-goers and many more.
Our main web applications are built using Ruby and Ruby on Rails, but we have also built in-house native mobile applications for iOS and Android, and a cross-platform broadcast app in C++ for both Windows and Mac.
We are a small team and to help build and maintain our service, we invest in building great internal tools, monitoring systems and backend processes.
For more information drop us a line. email@example.com
#21 of 38Senior Android Developer - London, UK
We're developers of the world's most popular smartphone fitness games, including Zombies, Run!, Superhero Workout, and The Walk. We specialise in creating experiences that weave together storytelling, gaming, and the real world.
Our games are genuinely innovative, and they make the world a better place - we have literally thousands of emails from players telling us we've changed their lives.
We're looking for an Android developer with 2+ years of experience to help us push the limits of what's possible with games that combine the digital and physical worlds. If that's you, email firstname.lastname@example.org and visit http://www.sixtostart.com/onetoread/2015/senior-android-deve... for more info.
#22 of 38Ruby Developer, Shoreditch, London. Local only.
Oscar Music are looking for a talented ruby developer.
We provide a hosted music streaming service, web site and mobile apps for our customers to white-label. We do this with a lot of ruby code (but not really rails), mysql, puppet, debian, some couchdb, sphinx and git.
We work in Shoreditch, in an office with lots of character and friendly people. We get to work on interesting new tech and keep ourselves very busy. We're a small team, and there is a lot going on, so whatever your current skills, you'll definitely be learning new things here. We've also got some interesting new work in the pipeline.
If you are interested in finding out more, check out the job spec and the company at http://mediasp.com/jobs.html and please get in touch.
#23 of 38Node.js Developers @ Car Throttle (https://www.carthrottle.com/jobs/) - Full-time, London UK
We're a funded media/tech startup based in London building a media platform product that connects publishers and communities. We run one of the largest automotive community websites online (http://www.carthrottle.com) and have a unique approach to building media properties.
We're hiring software engineers to join our small but growing product team as we re-architect our website and API to handle big traffic and rapid user growth.
Email email@example.com for more information or to apply.
Tech: Node.js, AWS, MySQL, Redis, nginx
#24 of 38PlayStation R&D Europe - London, United Kingdom - Full Time - Senior Web Developer
The DevNet team is responsible for helping PlayStation developers and publishers at all levels- from concept to testing to publishing and reporting. We're currently looking for a Senior Web Developer to not only help us both improve existing portals, but also help innovate to make the process quicker and easier for them.
There are more details on our job posting page: https://www.playstationjobs.co.uk/vacancy/1098-Senior-Web-De...
If you feel like you're a good fit for this role, don't hesitate to apply via our job board.
#25 of 38Potato are hiring project managers, Django, front end web, iOS, and Android developers plus UX designers across our offices. Freelance & fulltime available.
We're a 5yr old, 85 person agency based in London, UK with offices in Bristol, UK & San Francisco Bay Area. Our clients include Google, PayPal, Skype, a number of startups and other agencies such as BBH & Mother.
Our work spans (and sometimes defies) categorisation. Recent interesting projects include tracking an Antarctic expedition, organising the world's artworks, mapping DDoS attacks and Syrian regime defections, and aiding rapid collaboration inside companies.
#26 of 38Housekeep - London, UK - Lead Developer - Full-time - on-site only
We're a young, funded startup with a lot to prove in the domestic cleaning market. You would be one of the first technical employees. Your job would be to do anything it takes to improve and extend our customer site, our operations systems, and our phone apps.
As a result, we're looking for candidates that are excited about joining a very small team where they can make a huge difference. We are building technology to streamline every part of our business, and growing fast as a result. There's a lot of real-time routing, scheduling and time management involved in coordinating all the work we do. And there's a lot of skilled UI work to be done across our member's site and operational web app, to help our staff manage everything that's happening.
We need an experienced, motivated, full-stack developer. Experience in any element of our stack is a big plus, but a willingness and ability to learn fast is even better.
You would be working across:
- Our marketing website
- Our members application, where customers can set their cleaning schedule
- Our routing/scheduling web application for our operations staff
- Our phone application for cleaners
These are built in: - Python / Django
- Bootstrap, Knockout, Backbone
- Phonegap / Angular
- PostgreSQL, PostGIS
We are a small, tight-knit team, so your personal qualities are just as important as your software experience. We want to work with other flexible problem-solvers who aren't afraid of a challenge.
Apply directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm not fussy about what you send, but if you highlight some repositories where I can read code that you're proud of, I'll take your application seriously.
Compensation: £competitive + options
#27 of 38CheapTheatreTickets | London (Shoreditch) | Full Stack PHP Developer - [£40K - £55K]
Looking for a personable,and ambitious developer who wants to work for a small company (team of 6). You are looking to have great responsibility (like Superman) and are not simply a small cog in a big corporate wheel (like Clark Kent).
We need a full stack PHP developer (who has a preference to backend) to enhance our existing code base and develop some exciting new features from scratch, including a large backend datastore and CMS.
#28 of 38Freelance Front-End Developer (HTML/CSS/PHP)
London Review of Books. London / remote http://www.lrb.co.uk/jobs
FYI. Just saw the above advertised on their website.
#29 of 38Shopa - London (only), UK
We work with different technologies in the backend: RoR, Go, Scala (the less) trying to create the next social shopping platform.
The positions open for the engineering department at the moment are:
Android Developer Backend Developer Principle DevOps Engineer / Head of DevOps Product Designer Product Manager - Content Product Manager - eCommerce Product Manager - Social
More info: https://shopa.com/i/jobs
Send me an email if you are interested in apply or you want more details: agonzalez AT shopa _DOT_ com
#30 of 38MarketInvoice // Software Engineers // London, UK
At MarketInvoice we've built a peer-to-peer funding platform to provide businesses with working capital. We've funded over £380m to date. We're VC-backed (same backers as Spotify) and we're growing fast. We're on the look out for Software Engineers to join our talented engineering team.
Find out more here: https://marketinvoice.com/careers
#31 of 38Red Badger- London- Full Time
Red Badger is looking for a talented full stack developer with strong Ruby/ Node.js. React.js would be a bonus.
We build beautiful software with bleeding edge tech for great brands like Fortnum & Mason and Sky.
We are lean, agile and like to do things properly.
Sound interesting? Send us your CV, Stackoverflow profile, Github, code, portfolio and anything else you think we might be interested in to email@example.com.
#32 of 38edo Interactive - London/Chicago/Nashville - http://www.edointeractive.com/
Both based in London:
- Senior Data Analyst / Modeller - own our EU predictive models (mainly in SAS, also translated to R / Hadoop ecosystem) and contribute to our analytics product roadmap
- Data Analyst with specific European retail market knowledge (drop me a line for details; if we're not in your country yet, we might be next year)
Other locations at http://edo.theresumator.com/
We're a 100-person funded startup providing an easy way to personalize offers and make them automatically available through credit or debit cards and mobile devices. We work with major national advertisers, and with 180+ banks and top card issuers including Visa Europe.
Apply or ask questions at jennifer.berk at edointeractive.com - say you came from HN.
#33 of 38Baltimore, NYC, San Fran, and London, UK - RedOwl is hiring sales leads, acct mgrs, sales engineers, and data scientists. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the position you're interested in and your resume!
#34 of 38Baltimore, San Francisco, London, UK, and NYC - RedOwl is hiring Sales Leads, Acct Mgrs, Data Scientists, and Sales Engineers. Please email email@example.com if you're interested!
#35 of 38OpenSignal - London, UK (Full time, permanent, visa sponsorship available for exceptional candidates)
At OpenSignal we're using mobile apps to tap into the smart phones we're all carrying around with us to build up global crowdsourced sensor networks. Our first sensor network is for wireless signal  where we are building a global database on the coverage and performance of wireless networks (both mobile + WiFi) on a scale that has never before been possible. Our second sensor network is WeatherSignal , which uses the barometers, thermometers and hygrometers on smart phones to crowdsource weather data and we have already published a scientific paper  showing the potential of this approach. If the concept of crowdsourced sensor networks appeals to you too then please get in touch. We are hiring for all manner of different roles right not (DevOps, Android, Frontend, UX/UI & data science) but most of all we are just looking for smart, like minded people rather than people with specific, existing skills. We also recently raised our $4million series A  from Qualcomm Ventures, O'Reilly Alphatech Ventures & Passion Capital so are growing fast.
In May we’re also releasing WifiMapper  which leverages sensors and the community to build the best free Wifi database in the world.
More info: http://opensignal.com/jobs/
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
 OpenSignal App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.staircase3...
 WeatherSignal App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.opensignal...
 Battery Temperature/Weather correlation: http://opensignal.com/reports/battery-temperature-weather/
 OpenSignal Series A: http://techcrunch.com/2014/08/05/opensignal-series-a/
 WifiMapper Website: http://wifimapper.com
#36 of 38London, England - Full Time - Intern - Local
Brand Networks (http://bn.co/) is hiring interns for our office in Shoreditch, London.
If you love programming and would like an entertaining job with smart and friendly colleagues, a steep learning curve and a wide variety of challenges, please get in touch. You can email me personally at email@example.com.
#37 of 38Patients Know Best -- REMOTE ONLY. At present we all work core hours in London time, give or take a few hours. We're hiring mid-level developers -- full-stack, really (we're all full-stack more or less!) but we've notice we're weaker on front end, so we'll be particularly interested if you have solid experience with some of these: strong cross-browser support (we have to support more than the "evergreen" browsers), i18n (we can't assume text length is constant, or even RTL...), multi-device/resolution support, accessibility, jQuery for auto-save and that sort of thing; HighCharts for graphing.
For the rest of the stack: Java experience is important; beyond that, we can generally show you around (more below). We're mostly a Java enterprise stack, actively rebuilding and splitting up functions, actually. Recently we've scripted the setup of the entire stack (or individual servers), including using Vagrant to easily set up a complete environment locally for each developer.
More about PKB
I've worked in a lot of different sectors since I first started writing code in the late 90s, including education, b2b supply chains, POS systems, e-commerce, banking, and anti-spam.
PKB has been head-and-shoulders above the rest in everything I care about.
We're building something that actively, directly, improves the lives of people in general -- not selling more stuff, helping others sell more stuff, or making comfortable people a bit more comfortable. If you're interested in PKB's growth, funding, profitability, contracts, etc., ask -- our CEO is also active on HN. I'm the CTO.
We're pragmatic about work/life balance. I work from France, or sometimes from Malaysia, where my in-laws live. Almost half of the developers have small children at home -- personally, I get my kids up in the morning, sometimes see them at lunchtime, then take over late-afternoon & evening (while my wife works), and I fill in a bit of extra working time around the edges as needed. We're collaboratively figuring out what works (e.g., how many working hours should you overlap to collaborate effectively?), and planning our lives and our work around what's effective, not around some photocopied list of rules stapled to a cubicle wall. One of our developers only codes part time (and occasionally takes long leaves of absence), because he's also a theatre director.
Culture -- we're live in various parts of the UK, central France, Bangalore, and Vienna; we range in age (though I don't actually know everyone's ages, so I can't say exactly!). We're not all native English speakers -- but communication skills trump even technical skills for remote teams, so we all understand, speak and write English easily and with the confidence to interrupt if we didn't catch something. We collaborate, not compete -- let ideas fight it out, but we're on the same team. We're not the sort of group to tell dirty jokes, or tales of how drunk we got last weekend; though we do have interesting stories to share.
If we sound like a good match, get in touch: https://patients.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=4 (I'm also contactable directly -- see profile -- but I get a lot of email).
#38 of 38Technical Account Manager/Engineer | San Francisco, Singapore, Boston | Full-time
Nanigans is looking for a Technical Account Manager / Business Operations Engineer to join our growing teams worldwide. Everyday Nanigans processes hundreds of millions of mobile installs, purchases, and other actions across thousands of websites and mobile apps. The Technical Account Management (TAM) team is responsible for ensuring that incoming data is integrated correctly into the Nanigans platform to allow our clients to make real-time data-driven advertising decisions.
What you will be doing You will be an expert at the inner workings of our advertising automation software, and will advise our users on how to seamlessly integrate our SaaS solution into their website, mobile app, and/or measurement system. You’ll consult with a variety of companies, from small, savvy venture-backed startups to the largest eCommerce, gaming, and digital brands on the internet. Example engagements within this role include–but aren’t limited to–configuring Nanigans to ingest real-time events from websites and mobile apps, supporting our mobile SDKs and other measurement solutions, and leveraging SQL to troubleshoot integration issues.
Interested? Apply here: http://www.nanigans.com/jobs/?p=job%2FoOsS0fwS