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Philadelphia - 6 jobs in July 2016

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Comcast | Philadelphia | onsite full-time | Salary range: $105k+ depending on experience |

We’re pulling data from over 20M machines in real-time, think you can help us get it under control? We’ve barely scratched the surface of whats possible and with the full AWS toolset at our disposal there isn’t much we can’t tackle. That is, not without your help.

So, if you’re seeking challenges just beyond your abilities with a passion for best practices, we’ve got the stability you want and the guarantee that your kids will still recognize you after you join. Heck, if they watch TV they’re already part of our beta testing programs! Unlike some of the other well-intentioned startups here we don’t provide cots under your desk, we work reasonable hours. With a monitor on your desk you can even watch HouseHunters/GameOfThrones/Spongebob until your eyes fall out.

You’ll be working with Kinesis and other data streams to syndicate a metric crap-ton of data (yes, thats a real SI unit) to visualize and glean insights across the whole swath of TV culture.

Send me links to your projects, something you're excited about.

Relevant search bait: Java, Scala, Flume, Kafka, Kinesis, AWS, Spark, ZooKeeper, Storm, Docker, Avro

Ping me at: br24 [at] comcast [dot] net

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Pilotlight | Moorestown, NJ (Philadelphia Area) | Full Time | ONSITE or REMOTE

Python/Django Developer (junior and senior level positions available)

PilotLight is looking to add a full-time developer to our team. We are a small, boutique development shop located in Southern New Jersey (Philadelphia area) focused on building web applications for clients large and small. If you have experience with Python/Django or with similar MVC-Style frameworks (Rails, etc..) and have an interest in trying something new we would love to chat.


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Penn Medicine - Predictive Healthcare team | Philadelphia, PA | ONSITE | Full-time

Help save lives by predicting the future. http://www.med.upenn.edu/predictivehealthcare/

We’re seeking both Software Engineers and Sr. Software Engineers to help us build out our realtime predictive application platform that will aggregate medical data from Electronic Medical Records (time series, imagery, text), social media data, wearables, and IoT to enable data driven app development.

* Collaborate with our data scientists, algorithms developers, and clinical partners to build our predictive healthcare platform that can reliably scale to the needs of the organization.

* Guide the planning and development at all layers of the data platform and user experience.

* Choose and deploy compute infrastructure (e.g. Spark, Kafka, Graphlab, MongoDB, Cassandra).

* Build frameworks designed to speed up and facilitate algorithm development.

* Develop a micro-service architecture designed to democratize predictive models for everyone in the organization.

You will report under Michael Draugelis @mdraugelis, Chief Data Scientist, and work directly with the rest of the Predictive Healthcare team.

If you are passionate about helping us save lives please email me at Michael.Becker2 (at) uphs.upenn.edu

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RealScout | Ruby/Python Software Engineers/Data Engineers/Data Scientists | Mountain View, CA and Philadelphia, PA | Full-time | Onsite

RealScout helps real estate agents sell more homes. Our aim is to provide better transparency between home sellers and buyers to create a more efficient marketplace.

We pair program [1], hold hack days every other Friday [2], and have recently improved test coverage from 45% to 85%. The focus seems to be paying off: The number of home purchases powered by RealScout tripled in 2015 and our user base has grown 500% in the last six months.

We're on the way to Series B being previously backed by Joe Lonsdale (Palantir founder), Ken DeLeon (2012's #1 Realtor) and several others ($7m to date).

If you're interested in helping shape and mold engineering culture and technology [3] in a small and growing team, feel free to reach me at chris (at) realscout.com!

[1] - http://eatcodeplay.com/why-we-killed-off-code-reviews/

[2] - https://twitter.com/chrisconley/status/618830194971774976

[3] - https://github.com/RealScout/redux-infinite-scroll | http://eatcodeplay.com/on-the-road-to-a-better-elasticsearch... | http://eatcodeplay.com/installing-gpu-enabled-tensorflow-wit... | http://g.raphaelli.com/2015/11/13/docker-data-container-snap...

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IOpipe | Philadelphia, NYC | full time | onsite

IOpipe is building an open source community for tools to build, ship, and run serverless applications anywhere. www.iopipe.com.

We are currently hiring for a backend / systems software engineer, local to either Philadelphia (preferred) or NYC. You would be the second hire, immediately working with our engineering team and founders.

Your role would involve development of the IOpipe CLI, libraries, and APIs in Javascript (NodeJS) and Go. Knowledge of Docker and/or Kubernetes is ideal, but not required.

Email hiring@iopipe.com

Also, check out our projects on Github: https://github.com/iopipe/

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goPuff | Philadelphia, PA| iOS, backend, frontend, and Android Engineers | Full Time | ONSITE

goPuff is eliminating the need for convenience stores. We deliver convenience store items, as well as vaporizors, hookahs, kitchen items, and alcohol in 30 minutes or less! We're growing at an incredible rate and looking to ramp up our engineering team. If you're looking to work for a lively, young startup, please apply! Job descriptions available at http://www.indeed.com/q-Gopuff-l-Philadelphia,-PA-jobs.html or reach out directly at hiring@goPuff.com

Our interview process is relatively simple:

1) A phone or in-person non-technical interview

2) A technical interview given over Skype or GH

3) If necessary, one more in-person non-technical interview

Articles: http://www.wdrb.com/story/32132228/gopuff-raises-825-million...