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Portland - 4 jobs in December 2016

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Mesosphere, Inc. is hiring a variety of software engineers to help build the Datacenter Operating System, based upon Apache Mesos. If you're looking to work on distributed systems, large clusters at scale, containers & microservices, and big data frameworks, we'd love to hear from you. Languages we use include Scala, Java, Erlang, Go, C++, Python, & Javascript. We start the process with an intro call, then a coding challenge + review call, followed by a full day of onsite interviews.

Software Engineer openings:

-Infinity (SF): http://grnh.se/rjxb2e

-Marathon (SF & Hamburg): http://grnh.se/pab62x

-Package & Registry (SF): http://grnh.se/tw25fx1

-Dev Tools & Infra Automation: (SF, Portland, Hamburg): http://grnh.se/1ubstv1

-DC/OS Dist-Sys (SF & Hamburg): http://grnh.se/op4a251

-Frontend (SF & Hamburg): http://grnh.se/f3wyvu

-Mesos (SF & Hamburg): http://grnh.se/2daykb

We are hiring for full time roles in our SF, CA and Hamburg, Germany offices. Remote ok when necessary & we'll sponsor visas. All openings: http://grnh.se/x0enob

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Appointlet (https://www.appointlet.com/) | Mid/Senior Full-Stack Developer | Portland, Oregon | Onsite/Remote | Full-Time

Here at Appointlet we’re helping teams bring their calendaring/scheduling into the 21st century. We’re a super small team working on a product that’s already profitable, but our journey is just beginning.

If you love the idea of getting in early and building a product (not just code), you’ll be right at home. You’ll be our first developer hire, and would take ownership of our Python/Django-powered JSON API and the various Javascript applications orbiting around it.

Interested? Email me: jared@ our domain listed above

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Sixgill | Senior Software Engineer | Portland, Santa Monica | REMOTE www.sixgill.com

With our market-proven enterprise proximity platform, customers can Track the key people, places, and things that matter to them, Determine proximity and intent, and Act to drive business value. We turn the increasing mobility of the enterprise workforce and the connected nature of the Internet of Things into a business asset, converting vast amounts of location and sensor data into understandable analytics and targeted action.

In this position you'll have the opportunity to design and develop novel approaches to data collection, distribution, monitoring, inference, and action related to location and proximity data.

What you'll do:

- Design and develop software solutions having the lowest latency, highest throughput, and greatest flexibility while maintaining system simplicity

- Test function and performance at every stage of design and every level of integration

- Document designs and system performance

- Discover what's possible in addition to delivering what's needed

Your Credentials:

- Experience with distributed systems

- Multi-year experience in our technology stack items, where appropriate

- Experience with mapping and Geo-oriented processes.

- Go / Golang, gRPC, REST API

- InfluxDB / Time series database, DGraph / Graph database

- Joyent Triton, Docker

- Linux

Contact: engineeringjobs@sixgill.com

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San Francisco, CA, Portland, OR, London, UK, Melbourne AUS - Programmers, Infrastructure, Sales Hey there! Allow us to introduce ourselves. We are Expensify and we do "expense reports that don't suck!" (Google "expensify" to read more.) We're getting crushed under an ever-growing pile of super awesome work, and I need one bright soul to help us dig our way out. I can guarantee you fun, an amazing opportunity to learn, and the siren's call of distant riches. But only if you are all of the following: - An incredibly hard worker, even when it's not so fun. There is a ton of work to do, and a lot of it downright sucks. After all — we do the sucky work so our customers won't need to. I need you to buck up and grind through server logs, user emails, source code, and bug reports, without complaint or supervision, and come back asking for more. - A cool person to be with. Not a crazy party animal, just someone we can trust, rely upon, hang out with, bounce ideas off of, and generally interact with in a positive way, both personally and professionally. In fact, this is one of the most stringent requirements we have: would you be fun to hang out with day and night on some remote, exotic beach? This isn't a rhetorical question, either: every year we take the company overseas for a month and work incredibly hard while having a ton of fun. We've done Cambodia, Thailand, Mexico, India, Turkey, Croatia, Portugal and the Philippines. Our next trip is January 2017...hello southern hemisphere! - Super talented, in a general way. We're going to throw a ton of work at you of every possible sort, and you need that magic skill of being able to figure it out even if you have no idea where to start. On any given day you might bounce between super low-level coding, super high-level technical support, marketing-driven data-mining, updating our user documentation, inventing/designing/building some new feature, etc. This is not a code monkey job — you're going to be a full participant in the process, and you need to bring your own unique blend of skills to the table. - Specifically talented in a programming way (or if not, shoot as an email anyways!). You can instantly visualize solutions to problems big and small. Your code is always clean, well commented, has good nomenclature and indentation. You can switch on a dime between C++, PHP, Bash, Cron, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, Dwoo, SQL — not because you know them all, but because you're the sort of person who can just pick it up and figure it out. If you're this sort of person, you'll know what I mean. If not, then this position isn't for you. And there are a bunch more, but odds are if you got this far, nothing I can do would stop you from applying. That's a problem because while I know you are awesome, it's actually really hard and time consuming to find you in the midst of the literally hundreds of other applications I get from everyone else. So this is where I'm going to ask my first favor: can you make it really easy and obvious how great you are, so I don't accidentally overlook you? There are probably many ways to do that. But the easiest way to do that is to check out we.are.expensify.com and send in an application(which you can find at http://we.are.expensify.com) or email us at jobs@expensify.com. We are excited to hear from you!