[BangPypers] JOB - Senior Web Developer - Talented Team!
Anand Balachandran Pillai
abpillai at gmail.com
Fri Mar 16 06:05:06 CET 2012
Saw this post in the list. Let me introduce myself.
I founded this group in 2005, has been running it since then.
I have written a few open source projects and published a few
recipes in Python. Here to name a few.
1. HarvestMan - Multithreaded Python web-crawler used in a few projects
notably EIAO and Egovmon (http://www.eiao.net).
2. Pyscanlogd - A network port-scanning detection daemon.
3. My ASPN Cookbook recipes in Python.
Other skill sets include MySQL/XML/ReST/ etc.
I have good working knowledge of Django, but never been
etc, though open to that as well.
I currently work in Yahoo! as senior principal engineer.
Let me know if this interests you then we could connect!
On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 2:01 AM, Rebelmouse <globalteam at rebelmouse.com>wrote:
> SENIOR WEB DEVELOPER
> We're a NYC-based incubator working in the social space and are looking for
> developers who have experience with Python and jQuery to work as part of a
> global team. The founders and board were part of the critical team that
> created the HuffingtonPost, We're focused on building apps and sites that
> are fun, social, and scale well.
> The ideal candidate will go through a 1 to 4 week paid trial but end up as
> a permanent part of the team working with us on a monthly retainer, where
> you're not counting your hours, you have sick days and vacation days and
> you still get paid the same every month regardless of the days off.
> Strong communication skills are required - it's essential with the global
> team that each developer/designer/team member feels comfortable emailing
> all their thoughts and isn't shy about communicating. We don't require
> excellent grammar skills in English - however you communicate, through
> whichever style works for you is fine. What matters is that we can
> transcend the physical distance between us to understand each other's ideas
> and code.
> Every developer is encouraged to think about the business, the ideas, and
> contribute to the product as you learn, not just be given specific tasks.
> We have a very clear direction and feature set in mind, but there is always
> room for new ideas and discussion, as well as diverse engineering
> challenges to solve.
> A couple recent articles on what we're doing:
> We're building everything in Python/Django/jQuery and the team is really
> amazingly talented guys with a really strong sense of team work.
> We have great direct connections with key people at Google, Facebook, and
> Twitter and there's a lot of excitement about what we're doing. Your work
> will be seen by key people in the industry.
> Please feel free to pass this along to others who you think might be
> interested or let us know any ideas for where you think its best to reach
> the best talent in your part of the world.
> Required skills are:
> - very good level at python
> - interest in working on an application using up-to-date technologies and
> practices (in this case, one-page app with a lot of frontend templating and
> CSS3, incorporating data from social networks like Facebook, and using
> NoSQL on backend where appropriate)
> - strong communication skills and willingness to ask a question - we are
> looking for someone to treat as a member of the team, not someone to just
> assign 100% specced-out tasks that always must be implemented an exact way.
> Questions will occur and it is important that we be in contact via email or
> chat multiple times a day to discuss how projects are going and resolve any
> decisions to be made.
> - it's also expected that you'll offer feedback, ideas, and polite
> criticism on anything you think might be going wrong with the project.
> - know how to write efficient CSS and JS. Familiar with Yahoo's "Best
> Practices for Speeding Up Your Website" and Google Page Speed, and
> techniques such as image spriting
> Ideally also familiar with:
> - HTML5
> - Backbone.js or other client-side frameworks (beyond jQuery)
> - LESS/SASS
> - JSLint / JSHint
> - Working on "fat client" apps
> Big plus to required skills if you
> - experienced mysql/mongodb/redis/django
> - love optimizations
> - prefer to cover your code with tests
> - Past work with Twitter API
> - Past work with Facebook API
> - Design skills and a sense of what makes a product appealing to users
> Email any questions, code samples, applications to
> GlobalTeam at RebelMouse.com
> BangPypers mailing list
> BangPypers at python.org
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