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WriteLab | ML Engineer | Berkeley, CA | ONSITE, SALARY: 100K-130K

We at WriteLab (writelab.com) are building ML tools to give immediate writing feedback for students and English language learners. There is plenty of room to impact the product by designing and implementing new features, usually starting with data collection. We use all the good stuff in deep learning and NLP including: SpaCy, scikit-learn, TensorFlow, etc.

Strong background in machine learning and experience deploying ML models in production is a must. NLP and DL experience is a strong plus.

Interview process: initial video call with NLP engineer onsite interview to discuss previous experience and go through an NLP / ML problem lunch with CEO

Apply at Angelist (https://angel.co/writelab/jobs/243578-machine-learning-nlp-e...) or email me at motoki@writelab.com.

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Lambda School | Computer Science Instructor, Machine Learning Instructor | REMOTE | https://lambdaschool.com/computer-science

Lambda School is a full online computer science education that is free for students until they get a job. After they get a job we take a small percentage of income for two years, only if they're making above $50,000. Our goal is to make a high-quality education completely risk-free, and make it easy for people to become skilled, regardless of their current status in life.

We're looking for people who both love programming and love to teach. Empathy is very important, as you'll be dealing with folks from all walks of life. Some of our students have never been given many opportunities in this life, and working with them is especially important.

We go much deeper than "code bootcamps." Our current offering is six months of full-time instruction. You can see the full curriculum here https://github.com/LambdaSchool/LambdaCSA-Syllabus. We teach CS principles, and the vehicles for teaching those are JavaScript/React/Node and C++.

We have a small core of instructors (from Stanford, Berkeley, Hack Reactor), and are looking to expand our core of instructors as we grow the number of students we can accept.

We are announcing our funding very soon, and based on your usage of this site you've definitely heard of who funded us.

email careers@lambdaschool.com