[Baypiggies] Seed-funded startup looking for a jack-of-all-trades lead web dev
nstinemates at gmail.com
Fri Mar 25 00:29:34 CET 2011
Where are you guys located?
On Thu, Mar 24, 2011 at 11:14 PM, David Marble <davidmarble at gmail.com>wrote:
> Dear Pythonistas and Python-aware email list addicts,
> We're looking to for our first full-time developer since taking funding.
> I'll be at the BayPIGgie Meetup tonight wearing an old bright green
> Techcrunch 50 shirt.
> You'll be a key team member as we grow, working with me to build out the
> dev team and architect for the future. We're nearing completion of an alpha
> version of the product, with a mobile browser version to follow and possibly
> native mobile apps. We closed a seed round recently and already have a
> number of VC firms interested in Series A if we can execute.
> I'd like a brilliant cohort to wade through architecture options as well as
> be a coding monster. Ideally you're a jack-of-all-trades, master-of-some.
> Perhaps you don't know everything, but given time and your ability to figure
> things out and get stuff done you're an invaluable asset. You'll be working
> with similar types. We'll be hiring a few more of them. We don't care about
> titles as much as cohesiveness and ability to organize and attack.
> There's a real-time front-end component (might fool around with
> gevent+gunicorn+sockiet.io, hookbox, and stuff like that), a few
> interesting algo problems with speed and storage issues to consider, etc.
> I've been building the alpha using Python/Django/jQuery/Postgres deployed on
> ubuntu with nginx/uwsgi, but it's early enough along that I'm open to
> architecture and product ideas you bring to the problem we're solving.
> At the moment I'm looking for an all-around multiple-hat-wearing type, but
> we'll quickly be moving to mobile, probably testing the waters with a mobile
> browser version and considering native iPhone/Android apps. So experience
> and connections you bring to the table across the board are valuable.
> You must be extremely self-motivated, well-spoken, and direct. Gregarious
> and funny would be nice. The team has a very straight-forward "say what you
> think" dynamic. We don't care about education and accolades, we care about
> performance, team dynamics, and beating competitors.
> Send me a resume and an intro with links to projects you've worked on, open
> source contributions / github account, or anything else we should know about
> you that sets you apart.
> Or if you have a friend who might fit the bill, let me know!
> gmail: davidmarble
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