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Amsterdam - 4 jobs in April 2016

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Surfly - Amsterdam, The Netherlands - https://www.surfly.com [VISA]

We're looking for a frontend engineer that lives and breathes Javascript & CSS. What we do goes far beyond regular web development. Our stack includes: Redis, Varnish, Ansible, Esprima, Haproxy, Nginx. We use Python, Javascript, C and Lua.

What we offer:

  * Upto €65K + equity
  * Developer focused (sitting/standing desk, multiple screens, good hardware)
  * Nice office located in the centre of Amsterdam
  * Reimbursement of costs for conferences etc.
  * We'll help with VISA and relocation
  * We'll arrange tax benefits for migrants

About Surfly

Surfly allows you to surf the web together with others. Unlike traditional screen sharing it requires no installation or browser plugins. By using a smart content-rewriting proxy we allow any website to be shared, without website owners having to change them in any way. contact nicholas@surfly.com


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Javascript developer | http://www.a-boss.net | Amsterdam, The Netherlands | Fulltime | Onsite

We are looking for a Javascript engineer that loves to work on a challenging product that is rapidly growing in an expanding market. You can set the standard for high quality development, you are not afraid to make bold choices and are ready to challenge us.

Our stack:

* Rails * React, Javascript, Jquery * SCSS

About ABOSS: ABOSS is a software company based in Amsterdam originating from the music industry. ABOSS aims to help increase professional standards in the entertainment industry with mind blowing back office software.

Drop us a mail at thomas@a-boss.net


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Booking.com - https://booking.com - Amsterdam, Netherlands | Full time | On-site only|relocation to Amsterdam, (H1B or its dutch equivalent anyway) is taken care of by the company.

I work at Booking.com, which is a world leader in travel accommodations, as a backend developer. The work environment is very international and everybody speaks fluent English. The relocation process is also very finely tuned. They take care of you from the moment you get an offer to the point you have set up your house in Amsterdam. Several people have reached out to me from these threads and have been flown to Amsterdam for interviews. Around 10 people have been given offers and more are in the middle of the interview process.

If you have any other questions about the company or the hiring process or you would like me to refer you, please feel free to send me an email at siddharthsarda01 at gmail.com (Email also in my profile at Hacker news).

To have an idea of the kind of problems being solved here, you can also look at our dev blog: http://blog.booking.com/

We are hiring for our headquarters office in Amsterdam:

- Frontend developers - http://grnh.se/cxmso8

- Backend developers - http://grnh.se/g5n6oe

- Product Owners in various departments - http://grnh.se/edvq2n

- Data analysts - http://grnh.se/al15kt

- Data Scientist(Machine Learning) - http://grnh.se/5uxtdv

- Senior Data scientists - http://grnh.se/n4o02e

- iOS Developers - http://grnh.se/w1mi0y

- Android Developers - http://grnh.se/1bnljt

For all available positions take a look here: http://grnh.se/3ryvfg


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NKI | Amsterdam, Netherlands | Full time | On-site

We are a leading integrated cancer center with 100 years of history, with a strong focus in basic and translational research. There is one position for hackers at the department of Biochemistry ( http://www.nki.nl/divisions/biochemistry/perrakis-a-group/ )

We are looking for a software developer with an open and inquisitive mind, to join our team that develops software for structural biology. Versatility and enthusiasm is highly desirable to cope with two distinct and challenging projects:

Your first task will be to create a new front-end for our popular PDB_REDO web server ( https://xtal.nki.nl/PDB_REDO/ ) with an emphasis in enabling easy job customization for the end-user, as well as to create a new modern application substituting and extending our ProteinCCD server (https://xtal.nki.nl/ccd ). Within the West-Life EC project ( http://internal-wiki.west-life.eu ) both applications will be extended to make use of Grid and Cloud technologies in collaboration with the West-Life network of experts.

The second task is to build on your strong background in scientific programming, to gradually learn the code base of our crystallography software, and help improve our algorithms that build models of macromolecules in three dimensional maps from X-ray crystallography and cryo electron microscopy (cryo-EM) data. Expert knowledge of C++ is not necessary, as major extensions can be done in your language of choice, but the current code base is in C++. If you understand the science or algorithms behind it will be a huge plus.

You will work in a small operational team of bioinformaticians, in a lively department of about 40 PhD students and post-doctoral scientists, that embed in a research operation of about 600 enthusiastic people, including biologists, chemists, and bioinformatics experts of many flavors. In addition, collaboration within big European consortia (West-Life but also iNEXT, http://www.inext-eu.org ) will allow you to build a wide professional network in both academic and private research establishments across Europe. The NKI offers competitive salaries, experienced foreigners can get a 30% tax discount, and Amsterdam with its many cultural amenities enables you to enjoy a good work-life balance.

Drop me a mail at j.hudecek@nki.nl