[Baypiggies] SurveyMonkey is hiring!

Glen Jarvis glen at glenjarvis.com
Sat Jan 29 01:58:57 CET 2011

oops.. attaching resume now.


On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 4:57 PM, Glen Jarvis <glen at glenjarvis.com> wrote:

> Alex,
>     I'm actually looking for work myself. The projet at UC Berkeley will be
> ending in April and I told them in December that I would start looking. I
> hadn't put any feelers out yet or announced anything on BayPIGgies, but I've
> still been doing pretty well. I just did a really cool pair programming
> interview today.
>      With that said, it's not over until we have an accepted offer letter
> :)
>      I'd like to try out for the SurveyMonkey gig. Here's a copy of my
> resume (attached).
> I hope that you're well :)
> Thanks,
> Glen
> On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 3:55 PM, Alexandre Conrad <
> alexandre.conrad at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I just wanted to follow-up on yesterday's Random-Access as I did leave
>> pretty quickly after my announcement and I may not given everyone's
>> chance to come talk to me.
>> So, SurveyMonkey is hiring all kinds of engineering positions:
>> front-end, back-end, tests, sys admins. We also have all kinds of
>> non-engineering positions for whomever you may know not in our field
>> and looking for a job. That being said, I'll focus on the engineering
>> side.
>> We currently have 2 stacks of technologies: Python and .NET. But as
>> time passes, the .NET code base shrinks while the Python one grows.
>> Yes, we're in the process of switching everything to Python. As a lot
>> of technical decisions are taken, right now it is a great time to join
>> SurveyMonkey. For the Python side, we're mainly working with Pylons.
>> Our most recent project even runs on the new Pyramid framework. But
>> you don't have to know these frameworks to join us, you will learn it
>> all here.
>> I also saw a lot of interest recently for test automation. I am
>> thinking about setting up a Selenium testing framework (and whatever
>> technology to help us find bugs and prevent regressions). So if you
>> feel you're up to the challenge, I want to hear from you!
>> SurveyMonkey is located downtown Palo Alto, it's a 5 minutes walk from
>> the Caltrain station.
>> Feel free to shoot me an email. FYI I am not a recruiter, I am a
>> SurveyMonkey engineer on the Platform and Infrastructure team.
>> http://svy.mk/ey-jobs
>> Cheers,
>> --
>> Alex | twitter.com/alexconrad
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