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Snake Wrangler Wanted

From: Brian
Sent on: Tuesday, January 15, 2013 10:33 AM
Are you tired of dealing with Rails zero-day vulnerabilities? Maybe you should try some Python!

I'm kidding, of course (don't flame me!), but now that I have your attention...

Stratasan (a Python shop) is looking to hire another developer. I know, I know... it's a Ruby list. But if you're looking to change things up a bit and learn a new stack, perhaps you should consider Python.

Why should you consider working at Stratasan? We're a small company, so you'd have an impact. We work with a full stack of interesting tools: Python, Django, Redis, PostgreSQL, PostGIS, etc. We go to Pycon. We contribute to open source. I could be slightly biased, but I think we're a pretty good team to work with.

You can find out more about what we're looking for and how to apply here:

Stratasan is on GitHub here:
Co-conspirator Matt George:

If you're still on the fence about working with us, come by the office and spend a day (or two) working from here. Shoot me an email and we can figure out what day works best.

If you're a recruiter, don't bother contacting me. We're not interested.

- Brian D.

Brian Dailey

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