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Julia Computing Inc, the primary contributor to the open source programming language Julia, is seeking compiler and systems engineers to take the julia programming language and its tooling to the next level.
We work at all levels of the software stack, from the hardware up, in order to support julia and its applications. Any experience working at the kernel (Linux primarily), toolchain, compiler, language, or developer tooling level, would be highly beneficial. Since tasks often span a significant range of this stack, interest in and the willingness to learn about the rest of the stack are required.
Knowledge of or previous experience with Julia is not required, but would be beneficial.
However, experience working with systems-level tools (C/C++/Rust/GDB/perf etc) would
be highly desirable.
Substantial portions of this work will involve contributions back to existing open source projects (Julia/LLVM/Linux, libraries, etc.) or the development of new open source projects.
Example tasks may include:
- Working with the core language team on future versions of the julia programming language
(Don't like something about the language? Here's your chance to fix it!)
- Supporting and enhancing the performance of julia HPC applications at petascale and beyond
(Obsessed about performance? Us too! Come play with supercomputers)
- Enabling julia on next-generation hardware architectures and accelerators
(Like fancy new hardware? Want to play with it before everyone else? Can do!)
- Developing modern developer tooling (debuggers, profilers, static analysis/verification tools)
(Think you can do better than the state of the art here? Come try it out!)
- Enhancing the compile-time performance of julia and the underlying LLVM compiler
(Cut down the iteration time for scientist using julia - help them come up with new ways to cure cancer, solve climate change or survey the sky faster)
- Developing novel programming models for diverse kinds of hardware
(What's the best way to program all these crazy architectures? We don't know yet, but we're planning to find out - maybe you have the crucial idea)
If this position interests you, or you have any questions, please contact us at
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We are looking for a Customer Success Engineer for our Cambridge, MA office. In this role you are a customer advocate. You are equally passionate about making a user successful as you are about the product. Your goal is to help a prospect understand the benefits of the service, to educate a trial user on how to use the app correctly, to support a customer when things go wrong, and to ensure they are happy at all times.
You should have a background as a developer or in ops. Not only because that allows you to interact with our users as a peer but also because when we are not busy with support, we develop tools that help us with support processes and data analysis.
Pingdom/Papertrail/Librato/TraceView are wholly owned by SolarWinds, Inc. so you get the benefits of a small startup, with the backing of a big company so there is no worry about the next round of funding. SolarWinds offers competitive bonus and matching 401k programs that create an attractive total compensation package.
Learn more at: http://solarwinds.jobs/cambridge-ma/senior-support-engineer/... or contact me directly at email@example.com (no recruiters).
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Join us in creating a delightful consumer podcast listening experience that is scalable, beautiful and of the highest quality. We want to create something that people love and recommend to their friends. We're looking for someone to join our team working on our Website and APIs. You'll have the opportunity to influence the technical and product decisions at a seed stage company that's rethinking radio. You'll work directly with members of the founding team, and add your own expertise to the conversation. You'll shape the future of podcasts by helping to build an exceptional listening experience for our apps and on the web. We currently have a mix of Rails, AWS Lambda (using Node), Postgres, and ElasticSearch on the backend, and React, CSS, HTML, XML, and some XSLT for good measure on the frontend. Everything our stack does is important, but none of it is precious. We're looking to pick up some serious speed in the coming months.
We're only set up to handle employees in the US right now, but will try to work something out for an exceptional candidate.
More Info & Apply Here: https://radiopublic.workable.com/jobs/328055
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Analytical Space (ASI), a venture-backed startup, is developing the 1st network of small satellites that use laser communication to provide global data relay services. Initially, our network will connect remote assets in the air and on the Earth's surface and more than triple data downlink from remote sensing satellites. At scale, our network will deliver global connectivity at lower latency than terrestrial fiber optic cables over continental distances. Currently, the company is on track for the launch of our demo satellite at the end of this year with multiple beta customers already signed up.
Founded by Harvard students with deep experience in technology and space policy. The team's background includes stints at NASA, the White House, Planetary Resources, MIT, CalTech, Florida Tech and Harvard.
Analytical Space is seeking an Embedded Systems Engineer or Flight Software Engineer who will be part of a small team to write software used to operate and manage computing resources on a 6U cubesat. You will be in charge of designing and implementing mission planning software on a FreeRTOS microcontroller interact with hardware and other subsystems of the spacecraft.
Develop reliable mission planning software to command and manage all other hardware and subsystems of the spacecraft Design house-keeping software for fault mitigation, detection, and resolution Write well-structured and performant RTOS and Linux based software for embedded systems (AVR32, ARM, x86) Work with other engineers to test your code, and set up automatic testing
Experience in C and C++ for embedded systems Ability to prototype systems in Python to test out designs Strong debugging and unit testing skills
Preferred Skills/We'd like to see:
Good Dev-ops skills, continuous integration and testing experience Experience with RS-422, RS-485, CAN, I2C, network programming Experience developing RTOS applications or bare-metal programming Experience writing linux device drivers for hardware is a plus
Bonus/Not required but nice to have:
Experience writing in Rust Written code that has flown in space (and worked properly!)
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In a nutshell, we're building personal relationship management software for professional networkers, small business leaders, and anyone who wants to organize the people, relationships, and interactions in their lives.
Driving all of Conduit is the Conduit Personal Graph, a powerful graph model of a person's relationships and activity-- automatically synced, organized, and managed. It's the first-- and most comprehensive-- graph of its kind. Through the Personal Graph, we ingest, process, and surface tens of millions of data points. That information provides new insight for people looking to understand their own lives. And we think that's a special thing :)
No legacy: we work with modern technologies. Our core:
- Back-end/data: Python 3, PostgreSQL, Flask, Redis, Pandas/Numpy, Jupyter.
- Across our stack: Docker, Kubernetes.
For the position:
- This is hire #5 on a tight-knit, VC-backed team.
- You'll work directly with Python 3 and PostgreSQL.
- Strong compensation package (actual equity, not options!), flexible vacation policy, technology budget, occasional team lunches, and more.
More details: https://angel.co/goconduit/jobs/210118-back-end-developer-py...
Email me (CEO) to apply, mention HN: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please, no remote, no recent bootcamp graduates, no recruiters.
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We're hiring for a number of positions right now:
* Software Engineer (DC)
* Front End Developer (Boston or DC)
* SQL Server Developer (Boston or DC)
* Data Services Specialist (DC)
NGP VAN is the world’s leading political technology firm, providing campaign and organizing technology to Democrats, progressives, and non-partisan organizations. We built the voter contact and volunteer management tools used by Obama for America. Nearly every State Democratic Party in the United States distributes our VoteBuilder tools to Democrats up and down the ticket, and we provide industry-leading organizing tools that enable labor unions, environmental groups, pro-choice advocates, civil rights activists, and progressive political parties to win their campaigns around the world. Our fundraising and compliance software is used by the majority of Democrats from the Presidential level on down, and our engagement platform has become the most-used toolset for Democratic campaigns as well.
NGP VAN has been recognized by Inc. magazine as a top 50 fastest-growing and best place to work. We have a passion for our employees’ career advancement. We are an open-minded, flexible workplace that values learning and contributions of many different kinds.
Apply here: https://www.ngpvan.com/careers
We interview across a pretty wide range of experience levels. Hit me up at dmiller at ngpvan dot com for more info or to apply. I'm the VP of Engineering here.
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Localytics provides a mobile engagement platform for many of the world’s top app publishers including ESPN, Grindr, GoPro, and HBO. Our customers rely on us to keep their mobile users happy and engaged. We provide tools to drive great app experiences including push messaging, mobile analytics, predictive analytics, and individualized in-app experiences.
Localytics is hiring engineers to help us with:
- Front End development and data visualizations with React/Redux/Webpack
- Data platform technologies
- Microservices on Play with Scala
- Delivery and Internal Tools
- Technical Operations
- Ruby on Rails
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The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard was launched in 2004 to improve human health by using genomics to advance our understanding of the biology and treatment of human disease, and to help lay the groundwork for a new generation of therapies.
The Hail team's mission is to build tools to enable rapid analysis and exploration of massive genetic datasets (10s of TB and tripling yearly). We are committed to open science and everything we do is open source. We currently develop in Scala, Spark, Python an C/C++ but will use any tools we need to get the job done.
We're looking for skilled engineers who have a solid CS/engineering background, can quickly write clear, correct code and, for the senior position, have experience working on large, complex projects. You don't need experience in biology or our particular technologies. We work in a highly multi-disciplinary environment (with biologists, bioinformaticians, doctors, operations and mathematicians). Self-improvement is a fundamental part of our culture; we want to grow great engineers. You must be excited to be challenged and learn new things.
Questions? Want to apply? Visit https://hail.is/jobs.html or write us at email@example.com
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HigherMe is removing the grind of finding and staffing hourly jobs. Job-seekers only have to fill out one application for thousands of jobs positions. They don’t even have to apply for jobs themselves as employers can reach out instead. Our platform helps both sides in this process with features like text-to-apply and job interview scheduling while employers can easily keep track of applicants all the way to the on-boarding process.
Our engineering department is looking for a mid/senior-level full-stack developer to begin work on a set of custom features requested by a client. Our codebase consists of React.js and PHP Laravel.
We are also seeking a designer who is able to handle both the UI and UX side of things. This position would involve crafting marketing materials, landing pages, and app flow. The designer will end up dictating a huge portion of our site's look, feel, and branding.
We’ll start the interview process with a phone interview followed by video interviews with other relevant members of the team.
Apply on Angelist:
Full-stack developer: https://angel.co/higherme/jobs/235702-full-stack-developer
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Cloudhealth Technologies just closed our Series D round of $46M. We're the leader in cost and usage reporting and optimization for AWS, Azure, GCP. We've recently GAed a product for Datacenter, too.
Our stack involves ruby, java, scala, spark, and angular. We've got thousands of customers worth of data and interesting problems to solve.
Here's a link to our job postings:
Please feel free to email me if you're interested: johnm @ cloudhealthtech dot com
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We are looking for pragmatic engineers. Our team is responsible for creating and supporting a marketplace that connects over 35,000 independent experts with global businesses. We try not to overbuild: we value shipped code over perfect code: Easy things should be easy. Time to market is important, as is time to fix bugs. We value honesty, teamwork and cooperation.
Catalant serves thousands of enterprise clients, including GE, Pfizer, and Staples. We recently raised $41MM from our investors who include Highland Capital, Greylock Partners, and General Catalyst, three of the top Venture Capital firms out there, as well as famed investor Mark Cuban. We're on a mission to find talented, scrappy, and fun folks to get on board.
We’re a Python3 shop on the Flask framework. We use Docker and Kubernetes. We work in 4-6 person teams, writing new features and customized business logic for our clients. We limit meetings, so you’re focused on the stuff that matters. If you get stuck on a problem you’re working on, your team is right there to help you out and get you moving again. Our brand-new office has plenty of space to explore. Feel like you need a change of perspective, go work in the garden, or the cafe or the library.
If you are a motivated developer with 1-4 years of programming background and an interest to work in a fun, fast paced environment then we're the rocket ship to be on.
Either message me or apply here: https://gocatalant.com/careers
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LogRocket is a logging service that helps developers fix problems in their apps by letting them replay bugs. Our product is used by hundreds of companies like UserTesting, Carfax, and NBC to eliminate the guesswork for developers as they fix bugs. We are a few engineers today and looking to double our team in the next few months. If you are interested in joining at the ground-floor of a venture-funded, fast-growing company, feel free to reach out to matt at logrocket dot com.
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- Oakland, CA - iOS Developer
- Oakland, CA and Boston, MA - Web Developer
- Oakland, CA and Boston, MA - Android Developer
- Oakland, CA - Senior Product Manager
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TraceView is a monitoring platform providing our customers (other software engineers) with deep understanding of how their applications are performing. In order to provide that insight, we have to collect the data, which is where our instrumentation agent team comes into play.
The agents that feed TraceView’s analytics run inside customer application processes, automatically instrumenting them to gather distributed tracing data and other performance analytics, while having minimal or no performance impact so they’re safe to run in high-traffic production environments.
We’re looking for someone who’s immersed in the Node.js ecosystem--with bonus points for fluency in Ruby, Python, or Go, and really wow us if you have a systems generalist bent. You’ll be combining an eye for performance with digging into the intricacies of V8 and native extensions. If you have a passion for constantly learning new libraries and deciphering how they work, and enjoy working deep under the covers of the runtime, then we’d like you to join our talented and growing development team.
More information: http://solarwinds.jobs/vancouver-bc/nodejs-senior-developer/... (says Vancouver, but it's flexible location-wise)
Apply above if interested or feel free to reach out with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Do you want to help build the factory of the future and realize the next industrial revolution?
Tulip is transforming manufacturing processes by bringing the latest technological advances from the lab to the back office to the shop floor. Whereas most factories are still using state of the art technology from the mid 19th century, we come from the future to bring them a rich, realtime web app, modern tablets, IoT systems, in-depth analytics, and more.
We're a small team, but we have multiple Fortune 500 customers and are enabling production lines building things you interact with everyday. We're in a strong growth mode! We closed a $13M Series A last month (http://tcrn.ch/2qYvsoN), we are bringing on new customers, scaling up our existing customers' deployments, and, most relevantly, hiring across the team!
We'd love to talk to anyone interested, but in particular we are looking to bring folks on in:
- Web Development: Meteor+React+Redux, delivering useful, real-time experiences in the browser and on Electron
- IoT/Embedded Software: delivering a reliable, extensible HW platform across arm and x86, all manner of bus/IO tech
- SRE/DevOps: Kubernetes-admin, scalable monitoring across the firewall, hybrid cloud/on-prem deployment
- Data & Pipeline Engineering: planning, implementing, and finding insights with our next generation of process & sensor analytics
- Design & Product: Usable, beautiful UX that makes the above worth doing
Apply at https://tulip.co/careers or email us at email@example.com
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Rinse is a technology-enabled dry cleaning and laundry delivery service. We've grown at double-digit month-over-month rates for about four years now, our business fundamentals are solid, and our customers love us! We have a number of open positions:
1) We're actively seeking Software Engineers of all skill levels, including those looking for leadership opportunity. We're primarily a Django / Python shop, but an individual with solid systems engineering fundamentals will succeed, regardless of technical specifics. It's a "target rich" environment with plenty of opportunity to make a direct and meaningful impact on the business! We're solving problems as varied as demand forecasting, route optimization, QR tagging for inventory control, SMS automation, and a suite of mobile apps for our customers and staff. See https://www.rinse.com/careers/software-engineer/
2) In particular, we're missing a Senior Front-End Developer to join the team and provide some leadership in the development of our suite of hybrid mobile apps and web tools. We've seen success building a React Native app for our customers, and we have sophisticated internal apps on Backbone.js. Our users are an interesting mix of newly-acquired customers, highly-engaged staff who need these tools to do their job, and vendors who may be the dry cleaners down the street from your house. See https://www.rinse.com/careers/senior-front-end-developer/
3) We're hiring our first Data Scientist to augment our data-driven management culture. The ideal candidate will span Data Engineering, Data Science, and Business Intelligence roles, and be familiar with enterprise data warehousing technologies. Important technical skills include SQL and Python, with Excel familiarity a big plus. We have an interesting and growing data set; this position will enjoy considerable executive visibility and a significant influence in the direction of the company. See https://www.rinse.com/careers/data-scientist/
4) Finally, we're aggressively recruiting for a Boston City Manager to found and lead our Boston operation. This is a great 'mini-startup' opportunity, with operational, management, financial, marketing, and business-development roles all rolled into one. This position enjoys significant support from our corporate team, and we have a good idea how to do that, since this will be our fifth city. See https://www.rinse.com/careers/city-manager-boston/
See https://www.rinse.com/careers/ for even more open positions, including numerous open marketing roles!
Want to join a rapidly-growing startup that actually has a sustainable business model? Perhaps your family ran a dry cleaner or laundromat when you were growing up? Delighted with our service? Let's talk!
Email sam <at> rinse.com with questions, or contact jobs <at> rinse.com directly to apply.