where is who is hiring?
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Modsy is a fast growing, SF-based startup that allows you to see inspirational designs and decor within the context of your own home. Using a combination of 3D art and computer vision, we allow you to "try on" furniture in your own home before you buy it. Our product is brought to life by a diverse and talented team of engineers, artists, designers and creators.
We're first movers in a fast-growing space that will become the future of home design. Check out modsy.com/portfolio and see if you can tell which of our images on our site are real vs. renderings (hint: they are all renderings). Our stack is React/Redux/WebGL + Django/Python.
We do a phone/in-person interview with the Head of Engineering (me), phone call with one of our engineers, and then one day in office to meet the team.
Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested to learn more! We'd also love to talk to anyone who leans more toward pure front or back end engineer.
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Help us build open-source software for education: http://code.instructure.com/
We're hiring Senior Software Engineers, Software Engineers in Test (web and mobile), a Technical Program Manager and a Sofware Security Architect. See here for the list of open positions: https://jobs.lever.co/instructure?lever-via=IQ-V_FRhae
Our main stack is Ruby on Rails + React, but we also work with Go, Clojure, Node and other technologies. We have plenty of hard engineering problems for you to sink your teeth into, and endless opportunities to learn!
Our culture is engineering-driven and very work-from-home-friendly (although we are not hiring 100% remote at present).
Great benefits (including unlimited vacation) and competitive salary.
Feel free to email me at okhan(at)instructure(dot)com if you have any questions (I am an engineer not a recruiter).
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ARUP Laboratories is a national clinical and anatomic pathology reference laboratory and a worldwide leader in innovative laboratory research and development. A nonprofit enterprise of the University of Utah, ARUP offers an extensive test menu of highly complex and unique medical tests.
The cloud computing engineer will work with a diverse team of bioinformaticians, web developers, and software engineers on a next generation sequencing data analysis pipeline. Excellent opportunity for a motivated software developer to move into the cloud computing arena. Primary focus will be on the management and development of backend software used to process terabytes of data weekly. We are looking for a dynamic individual who can learn quickly. As part of a small team you will get to touch all aspects of our hybrid infrastructure; from profiling MongoDB queries to optimizing EC2 Auto scaling policies.
For more information and to apply, see our posting here: