We have rules for posting jobs to the NYC Python list.
1) you must name the company.
2) you must be hiring for 50% python
3) you must be within commuting distance from NYC
I hadn't really thought about the stealth-startup possibility. I
still tend to think that in this case you should attend our meetings,
or host a meeting, or sponsor pizza or something.
On Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 3:26 PM, Jonathan Vanasco <[address removed]> wrote:
> I posted this to the nytech meetup and pylons list, then realized there
> might be a nyc python group. ?hi all!
> the super-quick synopsis of below:
> ? ? ? ?one of the startups that I work with needs to scale up on developers
> / engineering
> ? ? ? ?right now our entire stack is in Pylons
> ? ? ? ?the user facing stuff will stay in Pylons
> ? ? ? ?select backend operations will be migrated to an SOA model , probably
> in erlang , scala, or c. ?familiarity with python for those roles is key.
> we're probably going to make 6 hires in the next 3 months. ?jr, mid-career
> and sr. experience
> A stealth company I work with is preparing to start a new investment round,
> and I'm preparing to start spending it !
> We're building out the product & engineering teams and, as I run that stuff
> , I'm starting to collect resumes and network a bit so we can hit the ground
> About the company:
> NYC Based Startup
> We build software & services for the Music Industry
> Our Products are designed in concert with our Key Clients and Strategic
> We work with big name companies and big name talent
> Cutting Edge Technology
> We're part social, part infrastructure, and all fun
> We Work Hard & Play Harder
> We're currently in midtown, but we're in the process of moving downtown.
> About what you'd be working on in the short term:
> We've had successful prototypes and fieldtests on our v0 products.
> We've begun work rewriting it to a v1 consumer web product based on Python
> and Postgres.
> We're also redoing + expanding our Desktop/Mobile applications.
> Based on current partner commitments, we're projecting scaling issues
> several months from public launch. Development on our core UX will stay in
> Python, but we need to architect a backend infrastructure that can handle
> things. We're leaning towards Erlang, but it could be in C/C++, Scala/Lift
> or something else.
> This doesn't sound exciting / sexy , because we can't publicly disclose
> anything about the product yet - but its hott.
> You'll be in the first batch of hires and have considerable influence in the
> architecture of a service that tens of millions of people will shortly be
> using through our partners. We also care very much about things being
> transaction safe, and like to derive (and intuitively display) lots of
> What We're Looking for :
> Back-End Developers & Infrastructure Engineers
> Preferred Competencies:
> Python , Postgres ( or Oracle )
> Bonus Points for experience with any of the following buzzwords:
> Erlang , C/C++ servers , Scala/Lift, highly scaled systems & networking [ ad
> servers, social networks, etc that handle 10s of millions of hits daily ],
> large scalable mail tracking systems, nosql implementations ( riak,
> cassandra , mongodb ), SOA, Thrift/Avro
> If you think you're a great dev/engineer with varied experience that doesn't
> match the above, please do connect. BUT if you've only done php/mysql
> websites, you honestly won't work out.
> Front-End Devs :
> Required Competencies :
> You write html / css / js by hand in a text-editor.
> Application Developers :
> Required Competencies :
> Writing applications for Windows or OSX or linux/bsd
> Bonus Points for experience with:
> iphone , android , windows mobile , etc
> Please note:
> 1. "years" is not a qualification for these slots ; we'll be looking to fill
> slots in all levels in the next few months -- jr, sr, and mid-range. This
> could be your first job, your last job, or anywhere in between. We'll be
> building out a full team.
> 2. your capabilities and aptitude can be as important as the work experience
> on your resume
> ** No recruiters. **
> It doesn't matter if you take a fee from me or your client.
> It doesn't matter if you're a recruiter that reps me.
> I happily and routinely use recruiters for management and mktg/sales
> positions -- but we're not interested in using them for dev/engineering at
> this moment. If you try and upsell me on your services right now, you'll
> never work with us.
> If this sounds interesting:
> 1. Send an email to [ [address removed] ] with your LinkedIn profile
> and resume ; if there's anything neat we should know, please share
> 2. Applicants that include links to open source activity will get moved to
> the front of the line. "activity" means: commit access, submitting patches,
> discussing bugfixes, or even just providing help on email lists.
> 3. if you have any questions, please contact the above email address.
> We're looking to start hiring in early september, possibly sooner.
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