[Baypiggies] [JOB] Python Software Engineer - Adroll.com

Rob Webb rob at adroll.com
Thu Jun 4 19:56:44 CEST 2009

Hi everyone, I'm the Product Manager at Adroll.com, which is a python shop
based in downtown San Francisco.  I've been lurking on the list for several
months now.  Some of you may know our lead scalability engineer Valentino
Volonghi who has been involved in the python community for several years.
He's the President of Python Itialia and Chairman of the PyCon Italy
conference.  We're currently looking for a solid python engineer to join our
small team.  I've attached the official posting below.  Please feel free to
contact me directly if you have any questions or concerns.  We're accepting
applications through our JobScore




Adroll is a revenue generating, venture backed startup with a small,
world-class team that is changing the world of digital advertising. Do you
get excited about working with smart people and solving challenging
problems? We are looking for a talented python software engineer to join our
team to develop and extend our web application.

The ideal candidate will:

* have previous real world experience developing for the web
* a passion for clean/concise python code
* be comfortable writing SQL queries as well as integrating with external

We believe strongly in team chemistry. Our company is a small, highly
talented group with backgrounds at Microsoft, Paypal, NASA, Y Combinator,
and Aptimus. We’re backed by some of the savviest investors in the space,
including Merus Capital and Accel Partners. Our offices are located in
downtown San Francisco near Union Square. We offer a competitive salary,
medical/dental benefits, PTO, paid holidays, and stock options.


* hard worker who delivers and gets stuff done
* roll-up-your-sleeves, self-starter personality
* 3+ years developing in Python
* experience with Pylons/Django
* 2+ years working with a language that isn't Python


* open source contributor
* knowledge of SQLAlchemy
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