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Springtime is upon us, along with “macroeconomic conditions”. :S


**Company**:** XXXXXX

**Company site:** XXXXX

**Position(s):** XXXXXX

**Location:** XXXXXX (please specify whether REMOTE or ONSITE)

**Description:** XXXXXX

**Tech stack:** XXXXXX

**Compensation:** Salary, equity, vacation, major benefits.

**Contact:** XXXXXX
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      Pretty unfortunate timing for this thread, right when many people went on Easter holidays. The reason I say this is because I can’t coordinate with HR could we post anything about open roles.

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        Easter, Passover, and the middle of Ramadan. Probably not a good time for folks in any countries that organise public holidays on the basis of any Abrahamic religion.

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      Company: Oils (an open source project)

      Company site: https://www.oilshell.org/

      Position: Python / Shell Language Engineer

      Location: REMOTE


      I have a slightly unusual job funded by a grant under https://nlnet.nl ! Everything about the job is flexible – think of it as an open source project where you happen to get paid.

      The job is to help us polish OSH, which is “the most bash-compatible shell by a mile”. This will pave the way for YSH, a new shell influenced by Python/JS/Ruby.

      It’s written in an unusual “middle out” style of translating typed Python to C++, but right now we don’t need too much help with C++.

      Skills desired:

      • Good at testing and hacking (making things work) – i.e. diving into a medium-size, unfamiliar codebase, with LOTS of tests
      • Good communication skills, e.g. on Github issues and Zulip
      • Know shell and Python pretty well (this work will make you better at both!)
      • Probably helpful: knowing any statically typed language, or MyPy (which we use)
      • Bonus points: if you’ve written a parser or a toy interpreter (e.g. Crafting Interpreters), or know an ML-style language (OCaml, Rust).
      • Unix syscalls / fundamentals

      Recent FAQ: https://www.oilshell.org/blog/2023/03/faq.html

      2021 FAQ: https://www.oilshell.org/blog/2021/01/why-a-new-shell.html

      We have 3-4 people actively contributing to the project right now, with varying degrees of commitment (all part-time).

      There have been over 50 contributors through Github over the years. https://github.com/oilshell/oil

      Recent blog posts may give you a sense of what we’re doing: http://www.oilshell.org/blog/

      Everything about the project is open, so please take a look and contact me at andy@oilshell.org if interested. We can chat online or do a video call (I’m based in the USA). We can also arrange a code walkthrough or paid “trial period”. We want people who will have fun working on these problems!


      Tech stack: Python/MyPy, C++, Shell (and R if you like writing benchmarks)

      Compensation: We have 40K euros left on our second grant. (The first grant distributed 50K euros to 4 people.)

      Contact: andy@oilshell.org

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      Company: Greyfinch, LLC

      Company site: https://greyfinch.com

      Position(s): Senior/Lead Product Engineer

      Location: Remote. US Central to EU timezones ideally.

      Description: We’re a Health Practice Management software company. Our vision is to create multi-specialty software that puts patients at the center. We started with the Orthodontic specialty and will soon be moving on to the Dental space. As a Product Engineer you’ll be working on software end to end. We’re big on automation and tooling. The team is at 10 engineers right now.

      More details: https://docs.google.com/document/u/1/d/e/2PACX-1vT7rwrY6LgW2pHMaOqVJzEfZqXtw9DZO0qFUSSBBFHxBHxyyHMqtcfyQY0YNdtHD4JPc1IYCeGh2buJ/pub

      Tech stack: React, Hasura, Node.js, PostgreSQL, AWS. Being able to read Java is a plus.

      Compensation: full-time equivalent. Salary USD70-110k a year, no equity at the moment, flexible PTO, major benefits: flexible working hours, learning and hardware budgets, team gatherings.

      Contact: engineering@greyfinch.com

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      Company: AllSpice

      Company site: https://www.allspice.io/

      Position(s): Senior Backend Engineer (Data Structures)

      Location: REMOTE (NA preferred)

      Description: AllSpice is a hardware collaboration platform inspired by software development principles. It integrates with native engineering design tools to provide effortless git-based revision control, a central hub for digital collaboration, and design analytics.

      Tech stack: Rust, Go, Docker

      Contact: Email jobs@allspice.io or view and apply to open roles at https://allspice.notion.site/Senior-Software-Engineer-Parsing-Data-Structures-844091d3def0467eb171b59ceb7ffa65

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      Company: Datadog

      Company site: NYC

      Position(s): Senior Video Conferencing Engineer, Backend Systems Engineer

      Location: REMOTE (US)


      My team @ Datadog is actively looking to hire a Senior Video Application Engineer, and a Backend Systems Engineer, to work closely with the CoScreen (www.coscreen.co) team on developing our next generation remote collaboration tool.

      Anyone with experience with real-time media streaming, video conferencing, and WebRTC, particularly with low-level skills (If you’ve integrated with or ripped into the low-level details of libwebrtc, ffmpeg, gstreamer, pion, etc etc) we’d love to chat with you.

      Also if you’re a low level developer with experience developing desktop applications, particularly with Rust, or C++ skills, we’d love to hear from you. We are looking for someone who can work on a diverse set of challenging and interesting problems, from remote application control on OSX and Windows, to maintaining Rust based backend infrastructure.

      Senior Video Conferencing Engineer: https://careers.datadoghq.com/detail/5103763/?gh_jid=5103763

      Backend Systems Engineer: https://careers.datadoghq.com/detail/5103658/?gh_jid=5103658

      Tech stack: Rust, C++, Typescript, Electron, WebRTC, XMPP, Jitsi.

      Compensation: $130000.00 - $300000.00, plus a competitive equity package, and may include variable compensation.

      Contact: ben.papismedov@datadoghq.com, jason.thomas@datadoghq.com

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      • Company: BlueVoyant

      • Site: https://bluevoyant.applytojob.com/ and BlueVoyant.com

      • Positions: loads, in engineering we’re looking for senior front end web (“full stack”), back end, data engineering, analytics, cloud infrastructure engineer (all clouds, azure especially needed) and a test lead. We also have a bunch of sales and customer success positions.

      • Location: full remote, US, Canada, Israel, EU, UK are generally unproblematic. US persons in the US will have an advantage for some roles/may be a job requirement. Offices in NYC and College Park MD you could attend. Also offices in Tel Aviv, London, and Madrid.

      • Description: we get data about the Internet, and data about companies, then other large companies pay us to get in touch with those first companies and tell them what security vulnerabilities we can observe from the outside. We also have a Managed Detection and Response (mdr) business.

      • Tech stack: Lots of stuff, Postgres, bigquery, Python, elasticsearch, vue.js, kubernetes, google cloud, splunk for our mdr business.

      • Compensation: Market

      • Contact: dm me. If you apply directly, still dm me so I can flag you as a referral :)