[Baypiggies] Avid is also hiring
n8pease at gmail.com
Wed May 18 22:56:12 CEST 2011
I guess I'll put my hand in the air too.
the Consoles group (the group I work in) at Avid Technologies (www.avid.com) is also hiring. We are looking for intermediate and advanced C++ engineers. We use python extensively for automated test and build tools. Windows and/or Mac GUI chops would be bonus. There isn't a formal req written yet but ping me if you have any questions and/or if you'd like to submit a resume.
On May 17, 2011, at 7:13 PM, Glen Jarvis wrote:
> And, as with Aahz and Simeon, my company (mobile spinach) is also hiring. We're trying to find talented software engineers .... I inherited my job and that of another person. And, I'd LOVE to find someone who would work very close with me on projects. We are the backend team that supports the JQuery mobile front end. We do fun things with south, piston, and Django.
> I really like the personalities in the team :). We just need one more so I can go home at night :)
> Let me know if you're interested...
> On May 17, 2011, at 5:09 PM, Aahz <aahz at pythoncraft.com> wrote:
>> I figured I'd try a more narrative approach this time around. We're
>> looking to hire two or three competent Python programmers. We're looking
>> for people who can handle server, client, and web programming. Although
>> our approach is to hire flexible people who are good at solving problems,
>> there are some specific skills we're looking for:
>> * Algorithms/scaling
>> * Windows
>> * Virtual machines and file systems (requires some C programming)
>> I've been working here for almost two years, and I think I have a great
>> job. I do lots of different things, I'm rarely bored. We don't require
>> degrees, we're more interested in what you can do (I don't have a degree,
>> For more info, see
>> Feel free to send your resume either directly to me or to jobs at egnyte.com
>> (if the latter, be sure to mention BayPIGgies).
>> Aahz (aahz at pythoncraft.com) <*> http://www.pythoncraft.com/
>> Looking back over the years, after I learned Python I realized that I
>> never really had enjoyed programming before.
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