SPUG: Marchex Call Experience Software Engineer

Chris Nandor pudge at pobox.com
Wed Apr 24 15:43:45 PDT 2013

And my team at Marchex (cubes next to Colin's) also has an opening!

On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 11:35 AM, SPUG Jobs <jobs-noreply at seattleperl.org>wrote:

> From: Colin Meyer <cmeyer at helvella.org>
> Hey SPUGgers,
> 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!
> Granted, this is not Perl. But JavaScript is a dynamic language, that
> 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:
> Required Skills
>  . 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
> Nice-To-Have Skills
>  . 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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