where is who is hiring?
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If you like big data problems, visualization, scaling or having the freedom to hack - we'd be a great place for you.
We're a small stable team, looking for self starters.
My daily goal for our team is to always end the day making it better.
As an engineer founder, I'd say our greatest strength is our ability to listen to our customers
and build a great product that solves their real problem. I started by answering every phone call
and building features after each call.
From there we've grown rather quickly but at a stable clip.
We never raised money because we've never needed the money
and I've always wanted to keep control over the direction and pace of growth.
After 6 years, I could never be happier with this decision. Our development environment
is primarily RoR and JS.
If you are a former LivingSocial or RevolutionHealth member you'd know me
and I believe appreciate our stack. We make heavy use of Elasticsearch, MySQL, Redis and Nginx+LUA.
We're running most of our servers in AWS. Did I mention we're a small team, you'd have the opportunity to play a huge role.
[Edit/Location] - Severna Park, Maryland nicely between Baltimore and Washington and super close to Annapolis.
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- Java backend engineers
- DevOps (Chef, Ansible)
Videology, Inc. - http://www.videologygroup.com/
We're in video advertising online and getting into TV as well now. Looking primarily for DevOps and server-side Java developers (if your Java is rusty but you're good, drop us a note anyway). I was working for a start-up called LucidMedia Networks (hence the "lmn" in the e-mail address below), which got acquired by Videology. Our stack is Java with Spring on *nix (Mac for dev, Linux on servers) with MySQL and some NoSQL stores on AWS. The Baltimore office also has a team on a large .NET stack as well (user-facing web app), but Java teams are spread across both offices. We have some big projects in the works to replace legacy services, integrate with big partners in the ecosystem, and scale up. We do business in North America, Europe, and Asia.
In general, our interview process starts with a take-home questionnaire to assess your skills. If that goes well, then we'll talk to you about it over the phone and ask some other details about you. If that goes well, we'll bring you on-site for an interview.
Contact me directly at email@example.com (not using a company address to avoid spam).
I actually got hired through a HN "Who is Hiring" thread, and I hired 2 people through these threads. These things do work!