#1 of 6Spire Global - http://www.spire.com | Locations: Glasgow; San Francisco; Singapore; Boulder | Onsite only
Please visit our careers page to learn more: http://www.spire.com/careers
*In our San Francisco office, we're currently looking for an experienced API/Web Services Developer. Please contact Darin@spire.com with your resume for more info!
Keywords: Satellites, Space, Linux, C, Python, embedded systems, RTOS, microcontrollers, AWS, electronics and hardware, distributed systems and networking, EE, PCBs, etc.
Overview: Spire is a nano-satellite powered data platform.
We build and launch small remote-sensing cubesats to capture valuable data for weather prediction and Maritime domain awareness. We also operate a globally distributed network of ground-stations.
We are a fast moving, energetic start-up applying agile development principles to a traditionally sluggish and overly-burdened industry (and having fun doing it).
You will never be bored at Spire!
Please email Darin@spire.com if you are interested in learning more. Previous work in satellites not required.
#2 of 6The Trade Desk | Full Time, Onsite | San Jose CA, San Francisco CA, Aliso Viejo CA, Ventura CA, Boulder CO, New York NY, London UK, Sydney AUS
Hiring: All levels of fullstack software engineers, as well as fullstack engineers with a UI focus
You might be a great fit for The Trade Desk dev team if:
* You are a full-stack SOA engineer / generalist. Experience / interest in working in a variety of layers and technologies within a SOA is a must for our team. This includes: AngularJS SPA development, MVC-based web architecture, external RESTful APIs, distributed (and in our case, highly scaled) request handling services, no-SQL and relational SQL databases, big data processing (e.g. data bus architecture, Hadoop / MPP data warehouse, etc.), and data visualization (e.g. Tableau). Experience in all these layers is not strictly required, but we do like to see experience working in more than one, as well as eagerness to work on projects that might slice through them all.
* You have product-driven software development experience using a modern, object-oriented language. Memory-managed languages are best -- .e.g. C#, Java, Python, Ruby, etc. We do a lot of development in C#/.NET, but specific experience here is not required.
Cool stuff about TTD:
* Our platform processes 3million+ requests per second
* Work with the best engineers in the business
* Lunch catered
* Dog friendly offices
* We've grown faster than any other adtech company in the industry, and have been ranked as the 7th fastest growing company in North America on Deloitte's 2015 Technology Fast 500
* Amazing Company Culture (5 star reviews on Glassdoor don't lie)
* Unbeatable Benefits
If you want to learn more, email email@example.com or apply directly on our website http://thetradedesk.com/join-us
#3 of 6SendGrid | Sr. Software Engineers (Security, Platform, Test, and DevOps) and more! | Denver, Boulder, Anaheim, Redwood City | Full Time
At SendGrid, you'll help deliver a huge portion of the world's legitimate email. Our platform team works every day on tough scaling challenges, while our quality and security teams make sure we're delivering the most robust service possible. That receipt you instantly get after an Uber ride? Your Airbnb booking confirmation? That's us.
The team is absolutely fantastic - we hire great people and trust them to get the job done. We're a company of about 300 people, and we've been growing fast ever since we got started in 2009.
More info and a place to apply: http://grnh.se/xes14l. If you have questions, my email's in my profile!
#4 of 6G5 | Bend, Oregon | Full time, on site
Looking for people who know Rails and other stuff: http://www.getg5.com/about/careers/ has the actual details and company pitch, so I'm just going to add what I like about it:
* It's a good place, nice people, great work/life balance.
* Bend, Oregon is a great place to live if you like the outdoors, and has a shot at being a startuppy place like Boulder if things continue to go well. In some ways it's kind of fun to be involved in the early stages of that, rather than come along when things are mostly settled - it means there's more room to do stuff!
Feel free to send me any questions/comments!
#5 of 6Occipital (http://www.occipital.com) | Boulder, CO, San Francisco, CA | ONSITE | Full-time | Web Engineer , iOS Engineer
At Occipital, we’re working on spatial computing - using computer vision to 3D reconstruct and understand your surroundings so that software can operate over real world spaces. We believe it will power the next generation of augmented reality and some of the key parts of virtual reality.
#6 of 6Pivotal | ONSITE at many locations worldwide | Engineers, Designers, Product Managers, Pre/Post-Sales Engineers, Ops, Sales
We value aptitude over alma mater, empathy over APIs. It doesn't matter whether your resumé says PHP or PhD: if you're smart, empathetic and know some stuff, we want to work with you.
Pivotal's goal is to change the way the world makes software and we kinda sorta really mean it. We're broken into three basic divisions: Pivotal Labs (yes, that Pivotal Labs), Pivotal Cloud Foundry and Pivotal Big Data. Moving between divisions, temporarily or permanently, is possible.
We have offices in San Francisco, New York City, Santa Monica/LA, Palo Alto, Seattle, Beaverton, Boulder, Denver, Chicago, Boston, Washington DC, Atlanta, Austin, Toronto, London, Dublin, Tokyo, Sydney, Berlin, Singapore and Beijing, with more coming.
We are constantly thinking about how we work and how we can work more sensibly, effectively and enjoyably.
-- Pivotal Labs, from which the company draws its name and cultural seed, helps clients to become better at development. For engineering we are religiously lean and agile. In practice that means we pair program and TDD every line of code from the outside. Our product managers are fantastic at keeping products sharply focused, our designers are masters from users to pixels.
-- Cloud Foundry solves application deployment and management. We're the main contributors to the Cloud Foundry project. We're constantly improving the leading opensource PaaS -- our distribution has the fastest-growing sales of any opensource product ever.
Except for integrated upstream code, every line is pair programmed and TDD'd. We dogfood the cutting edge of the technology on our own commercial public cloud (Pivotal Web Services). It works because we took the XP and Lean DNA of Pivotal Labs and scaled it up to build the best cloud platform available.
-- Big Data is our suite of battled-hardened products, now open sourced. Greenplum tackles massive datasets with the comfort of PostgreSQL. Apache HAWQ (incubating) brings Greenplum's distributed query planner to Hadoop. Gemfire, donated as Apache Geode (incubating), is an in-memory distributed grid with years of high performance in high-stakes systems.
At our offices we have free breakfast, weekly tech talks, good benefits and competitive pay. Ping pong isn't mandatory, but it's popular. I think west-coast ping pong is harder to beat, but east-coast style is more entertaining to watch. The beer fridge has more IPA than I prefer but I guess that's life in paradise.
You can see the available jobs and apply through our website: https://pivotal.io/careers. If you do, please mention my name. You can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to answer any questions you might have. Either of these helps me score one of our referral bonsues (did I mention our generous referral scheme?)
For what it's worth, I'm just an engineer, so my replies might not be immediate. I hope that's OK.