NYC Groovy / Grails Meetup Message Board › Jr & Sr Developer for Eco Software Co
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We are a rapidly growing technology startup in Midtown Manhattan developing a game-changing solution to personal energy management. Join a fast-paced, motivated technology team, which consists of a talented group of hand-on scientists/engineers who build hardware and write code. What you help build will be prominently featured at next year’s Consumer Electronics Show and retail stores nationwide.
We are looking for junior and senior software engineers to join our team and help develop our web application as we start to bring our product to market. If you meet the requirements listed below and are interested, please send your resume to email@example.com with the subject line “software position” (otherwise our gatekeeping bot won’t let you through).
* Strong written and verbal communication skills.
* Experience developing web applications, especially consumer facing ones.
* Proven ability to work independently and effectively manage time and expectations
* Ability to brainstorm and prototype new concepts and approaches quickly
* Willingness to work on projects/problems throughout the stack
Familiarity with some of the following would be nice:
* ASP.NET MVC, C#, Entity Framework
* MySql, SQLite
* Apache, Cassini
* Embedded C, Signal Processing
* Database Optimization
* Provisioning and managing cloud resources
* Automated testing
* Web APIs (consuming and developing)
* Object Oriented design, Design Patterns
* Agile programming
* IPad/IPhone development
About ThinkEco (www.thinkecoinc.com)
Founded in November 2008, ThinkEco is a rapidly-growing, R&D focused company founded by a group of accomplished people concerned about the environment. Our patent-pending technology was a 2009 finalist at the Consumer Electronics Associations' i-stage competition, voted Best-In-Show at 2010 CEA Line Show, and has been featured on Crain’s, Fox Business News, CNBC, and CNET. ThinkEco is well-capitalized by private investors and was recently featured as a finalists at the 2010 Opportunity Green start up competition. ThinkEco is a member of New York City’s ACRE clean technology incubator.