where is who is hiring?
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Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) provides software development teams with version control
(Git and centralized), build automation, agile work management and social experiences in the cloud.
VSTS is built using Azure (SQL, Storage, Service Bus, Active Directory), .NET/C#, ASP.NET MVC,
of every sprint (every 3 weeks), and we use VSTS to build VSTS which allows us to use everything
before our customers.
We have open roles for Software Engineers, Engineering Managers and Program Managers: http://aka.ms/vstsjobs
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I'm the tech lead for the R&D team at Automated Insights, a company that turns raw data into human-sounding narratives. Our SaaS platform, Wordsmith, generated billions of articles last year for companies like the AP, Yahoo, and Activision.
The team's responsibility is mainly algorithm development (machine learning and natural language processing, as well as more traditional methods), with the goal of making Wordsmith more powerful and easier to use. We primarily develop in Python (spaCy, gensim, scikit-learn, Tensorflow) and NodeJS. We're looking for an engineer with a couple years experience and familiarity with machine learning. A research background and/or advanced degree is a plus.
Interview: Quick chat with HR, technical phone screen, at-home programming evaluation, on-site interview. No adversarial whiteboard sessions or trivia quizzes.
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Avalara is a SaaS provider for transactional tax and government compliance. It sounds boring, but getting deep into the minuatae of government legislation and transforming it into software that is easy for customers to use, is a real challenge.
We're hiring for a number of key roles on a team that is utilizing Node, AWS-Serverless (Lambda/API Gateway), and ReactJS to overhaul our internal account, billing, and subscription services.
If you're interested, shoot me a note: email@example.com and I'll tell you more.
We offer relocation assistance to both our Seattle and Durham offices.
Our interview process is standard: Quick screen with our Tech recruiter, tech phone screen, followed by 4-6 hour in-person loop. For candidates that are not in North America, we will setup a video conference loop instead.