SPUG: Marchex Call Experience Software Engineer
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Wed Apr 24 13:42:25 PDT 2013
As a fellow Marchexer, Colin's team is a valuable AND Awesome part of Marchex's Mission! Erlinda
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Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2013 11:35 AM
Subject: SPUG: Marchex Call Experience Software Engineer
From: Colin Meyer <cmeyer at helvella.org>
I really like my job. The work is interesting and challenging, uses
fun tech (Node.js, FreeSWITCH, Redis). And my team is FREAKING
I tell you this, because we have two openings. If you are interested,
or know some software engineers who may be interested, let me know!
feels perhaps closer to Perl than Ruby or Python. And Node.js is a
very nice asynchronous framework. You may have heard something about
it on the internet.
p.s. In case it isn't clear, the software we are writing processes phone calls.
You may apply here: http://jobvite.com/m?3NKqPfww
And some details of the job:
. 5+ years overall developer experience
. Deep exposure to multiple languages (e.g. Node.js, Scala, Perl,
Java, C/C++, others)
. Significant experience in scaling open source technologies
. Excellent Linux skills (sysstat, strace, tcpdump, gdb, etc.)
. Experience with No-SQL solutions like Redis, MongoDB, Hadoop, etc.
. Demonstrated ability to learn and develop production-ready code in
a new language very rapidly.
. Deep experience and passion for agile methodologies (Scrum, XP, Kanban, etc.)
. Demonstrated ability to work closely with Product/Program managers
and make solid contributions
. Experience with VOIP protocols (SIP, RTP) and technology
(FreeSWITCH, Asterisk, SBC, Hammer XMS)
. Experience with asynchronous / event-driven programming
. Chef, Puppet
. Demonstrated proficiency with Internet memes and lolz
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