#1 of 7Tweag I/O | Paris, France | Full-time, onsite
Tweag I/O is looking for distributed systems engineers to be part of one of several projects focused on developing the next wave of storage solutions in Haskell and in C, targeted at the Exascale.
We are a research and development laboratory at the heart of Europe, applying functional programming techniques to tame the complexity of distributed systems and scale predictably. For this position we're looking to have you join a local team near our headquarters here in Paris. We're pretty happy to look at helping you relocate if you're up to spending some time in this beautiful city. Fluency in French not required.
Many of our existing folks come from diverse backgrounds, be it a PL research and/or formal methods background, high-speed storage or machine learning. We are the active maintainers of the Cloud Haskell project and authors of the HaskellR and Sparkle projects, among other open source contributions. Our engineers spend a fair amount of time building the tools they need to make their life here a happy one. We love Nix and Stack so much to build and deploy our software that we made it easy to use both together (see our blog for more on all of these: http://www.tweag.io/)
If you like the idea of working on the software plumbing and infrastructure for tomorrow's Science, by systematically decomposing them into simple, orthogonal solutions that compose and commute like in algebra, give us a shout at email@example.com!
#2 of 7We are a global humanitarian research organization that helps the humanitarian community (the UN, international agencies, etc) use field-level research and innovative technical solutions to inform decision making and planning for emergencies. We work very closely with the UN framework and our products include in-depth field-based research, interactive databases, web portals, GIS/mapping activities, rapid assessments, etc. For an overview, see: http://www.reach-initiative.org/tag/iraq
In Iraq, our team is starting a new project that explores new ways of sharing humanitarian data during the first 72 hours of major crises, as well as other information systems that will be used by humanitarian coordination systems.
To do so, we're looking to hire a talented/motivated/innovative developer who wants to work on humanitarian crises, and does not mind moving to Iraq, please check out the position here: http://www.impact-initiatives.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02...
You'll be working on one of the largest crises in the world with a large team of fellow researchers, GIS specialists, and support staff.
Candidates do not need years of experience in the humanitarian sector, but should definitely have advanced coding/programming skills.
Work would start ASAP - with preliminary training in Geneva and Paris.
#3 of 7OpenDataSoft | Paris, France (onsite) | Full-time https://www.opendatasoft.com/company/jobs/
We're a small 4-years-old company (21 employees at the moment, including 11 R&D engineers) building a SaaS platform to help governments and companies to share their data, ranging from the typical opendata platform to an internal sharing platform, and anything in between. Our product targets regular users, not technical users, and aims at making data publishing as easy as possible; we don't sell professional services and instead try to let our customers be as autonomous as possible with the product in a true SaaS fashion, sometimes by teaching them a few things in the process. We also try to make data exploration as easy as possible, in order to make open data reachable to any citizen or end-user.
Our stack is basically a Django (Python) project, with a data processing framework pushing stuff into Elasticsearch, which is exposed through an API allowing filtering, querying, complex aggregations, and so on. On the front-end, a lot of AngularJS hitting this API and allowing users to dynamically filter and explore datavisualizations, and an administration interface trying to solve the big challenge of making data transformation and publishing as easy as possible.
We are currently looking for: - a front-end engineer, to work on the product's UI and data APIs (AngularJS, Python) - a back-end engineer, to work on our data processing framework and on Elasticsearch (Python)
You can contact us directly on firstname.lastname@example.org, even just to share a coffee and talk a bit more about what we do and what you're looking for!
#4 of 7NEXEDI | Lille/Munich/Paris/Tokyo | ONSITE | 3/6/12 months TRAINEE/INTERNS
We try to keep a group of trainees contributing to ongoing research projects or prototyping things we are curious about. Most of our staff have been former trainees and this is our preferred way of finding new colleagues. If you are passionate about open-source and like one of our current topics, get in touch.
Current topics (http://www.nexedi.com/jobs):
About Nexedi: We are a small team from all over the world (headquarters in Lille, France) creating open source software since 2001. Our work is split between client and research projects with ERP5 (enterprise software), SlapOS (Cloud Hosting) and Wendelin (Big Data platform) being our main solutions around which we provide services. We all work with Chromebooks, our offices are paperless and we have no meetings = we mostly hack.
Apply To: jobs(at)nexedi.com
#5 of 7VideoStitch | http://www.video-stitch.com | Paris, France [ONSITE] | Full Time |
We are focused on bringing the highest quality Post-production and Live 360° video content creation software to content producers and creatives all over the world. To provide live, life-like VR experiences of the real world, we have built a set of software reducing cutting-edge video stitching to a few milliseconds.
We made VideoStitch because we needed this tool in 2010, when we made a huge 360 video campaign for Renault. As there was no dedicated software on the market to stitch our 360 videos, we created it ourselves. Our goal is to deliver the fastest, cinematic VR grade 360 2D and 360 3D video stitching professional filmmakers need.
Now we have over 1000 customers in 45 countries including entertainment, media and Fortune 500 companies including Facebook, Red Bull and Sony Entertainment. We raised $2.75m to date and have offices in Paris and San Francisco.
We are an awesome international team (speaking English) with a shared love for 360 video and upcoming VR gadgets. On the technical side we are mainly C++ hackers and UI engineers, computer vision engineers and applied scientists, audio engineers and testers. We'd like to welcome new:
* Qt/C++ UI Engineers
* UX Designers
* Computer Vision Engineers
* Video Coding/Streaming Engineers
* QA/testers, for automated and manual testing
* General C++ Engineers for high-performance software
If your profile doesn't fit one of our open positions but you'd like to work in 360 video, apply for "your own role" and let us know how you would like to contribute to our team! Keywords: C++, Qt, Python, GPGPU (CUDA), Video codecs, RTMP, HLS, SDI, Parallelism, Image processing / Computer vision / Computational photography, QA, Testing
Our office is in inner-city Paris. We can assist you with the visa process for France.
If you're interested, visit http://www.video-stitch.com/jobs/ and apply to one of the open positions!
#6 of 7Sqreen - https://www.sqreen.io | Full-time Onsite backend developers | Engineering team in Paris
Sqreen's mission is to provide robust security layer to help developers protect their applications against weaknesses. We develop solutions that combine instrumentation, defensive algorithms and machine learning. We provide a security dashboard for every application.
We are obviously looking for Python, Node, Java, C/PHP gurus - not only security gurus. Our code run inside our customer’s applications, which is a challenge for reliability and efficiency.
We have a cool and modern stack based on Docker, AWS, Mongo, Flask & React, and we do full continuous integration.
We are passionate. We love code. We contribute to open source. We speak to meet-ups.
The Ruby on Rails version of our product is now in private beta and is securing dozens of high traffic applications. You will likely help us ship our incoming products.
You can find our job offers here: https://www.sqreen.io/jobs/
#7 of 7Freebox | Back-end Engineer | Paris (France) | Full time, Visa, Onsite
Free is an internet innovative company in France and the driver of competitive ISP offers in France and in the 30 OECD countries. It was the first company to offer a "triple play" service in France through its self-produced singular "Freebox" set-top box.
As we are launching new products and innovative services this year, we are looking for a back-end engineer to develop our new projects around TV, VOD and catch-upTV. Through a small and agile team, where everything is done by a team of passionate users, join us in a fantastic journey where your practical spirit, fresh ideas and good sense of humour will find a perfect fit with our team.
More infos on http://dev.freebox.fr/blog/?page_id=2093
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