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We help 5 million developers make better software. We own ScriptRunner, the most downloaded add on for Atlassian Jira. Headquartered in London, with 200+ people spread over offices in the UK, US, Spain, Brazil and Canada. We are recruiting to scale our Engineering teams in London & Leamington Spa. Come join us!
We are looking for Engineers to help us build the next generation of add-ons for the Atlassian ecosystem. You’ll write tools and platforms code to support running services at scale along side product teams who are writing add-ons for Atlassian applications including Jira, Confluence, HipChat, Bitbucket and Bamboo. Initially you will be working on developing out cloud tooling on top of Docker, Terraform and Gradle running our services on AWS
The team at Adaptavist is at the forefront of development, often pushing the boundaries of what is possible and experimenting with techniques and technologies. We value autonomy, mastery, practice, doing the right thing, paying down technical debt.
Own your feature from idea, development, test to release. Get fast feedback and improve.
The engineering teams at Adaptavist are at the forefront of development, often pushing the boundaries of what is possible and experimenting with techniques and technologies. Own your feature from idea, development, test to release. Get fast feedback and improve. We value autonomy, mastery, practice, doing the right thing, and paying down technical debt.
We also think that work should fit around you rather than you around work.
Open Energy Efficiency
OpenEE is rapidly developing customer-side functionality within its platform. We use Vue (on top of a Python stack) for JS functionality. We are looking for part-time/freelance Vue expert to augment our engineering team on the JS components of our frontend. You would be responsible for helping to implement new components, providing feedback and suggestions on ways to improve existing architecture, and sourcing and fixing bugs and responding to issues.
Lexoo is one of Europe’s leading legal technology companies. We are revolutionising the legal market by helping enterprise businesses quickly connect with our global network of world-class lawyers.
We’re based in our own offices in the beautiful Metropolitan Wharf building in Wapping, in a penthouse unit overlooking the Thames with a view of Canary Wharf (have a look here: https://www.metropolitanwharf.com/).
Our clients include exciting and disruptive brands like Monzo, Babylon and Transferwise.
We are funded by top investors such as Earlybird and Forward Partners, having raised our Series A in August 2018. We’ve been ranked in the Top 100 startups for 3 years running and are experiencing rapid growth. We recently won a Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Award and we’re only just getting started!
We are looking for a full stack developer to help us build the future of Legal Tech (and to learn some best development practices along the way.)
We use Ruby on Rails on the back-end and ES6 and Vue.js on the front end. We also use a number of other technologies including Elasticsearch for super-fast search, Redis for caching, and even a tiny bit of Python for pdf generation. The front end is designed using Haml and Sass with some Bootstrap 4 thrown in for good measure.
We put growth at the centre of the company and believe it’s part of everybody’s job at Lexoo. We work quickly to design, build and test new concepts to push the needle and ensure we’re providing value to customers.
You'll be working closely with Chris (CTO and Co-founder), three other developers (two of who work remotely), and our two product managers (who are based in the London office). Chris has been developing websites and apps for more than 12 years - with companies such as Forward Partners, Aegis Media, and the BBC. Here are links to his blog, GitHub, LinkedIn and a presentation he gave to Makers Academy.
At Elastic, we have a simple goal: to pursue the world's data problems with products that delight and inspire. We help people around the world do exceptional things with their data. From stock quotes to Twitter streams, Apache logs to WordPress blogs, our products are extending what's possible with data, delivering on the promise that good things come from connecting the dots. Often, what you can do with our products is only limited by what you can dream up. We believe that diversity drives our vibe. We unite employees across 30+ countries into one unified team, while the broader community spans across over 100 countries.
Elastic’s Cloud product allows users to build new clusters or expand existing ones easily. This product is built on Docker based orchestration system to easily deploy and manage multiple Elastic Clusters.
What you will do:
What you bring along:
Elastic is an Equal Employment employer committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action for all applicants and employees. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender perception or identity, national origin, age, marital status, protected veteran status, or disability status or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law, ordinance or regulation. Elastic also makes reasonable accommodations for disabled employees consistent with applicable law.
Elastic builds software to make data usable in real time and at scale for search, logging, security, and analytics use cases. Founded in 2012, the company develops the open source Elastic Stack (Elasticsearch, Kibana, Beats, and Logstash), X-Pack (commercial features), and Elastic Cloud (a SaaS offering). To date, there have been more than 100 million cumulative downloads. The Elastic community is 100,000 members strong. Thousands of organizations including Cisco, eBay, Goldman Sachs, NASA, Microsoft, Mayo Clinic, The New York Times, Wikipedia, and Verizon use Elastic to power mission-critical systems. Backed by Benchmark Capital, Index Ventures, and NEA with more than $100 million in funding, Elastic has a distributed workforce with more than 600 employees in 30 countries. Learn more at elastic.co
Passenger Team @Heetch
The top priority of our user-centric team is the happiness of our passengers. From the moment they decide to join us until they enter our marketplace, passengers will be using our products. And our mission is to make sure they get the stellar experience they deserve. The scope of the team includes passenger acquisition, to ensure that passengers can signup smoothly in a few seconds, and passenger account, to provide a wonderful lifecycle experience to our passengers and help them oversee their passenger account between 2 rides. Given our business scope, our team is working side-by-side with other Product teams and partners (Operations and Marketing teams), allowing us to build features that will empower passengers with new ways to ride.
Our team's values
What will be your role?
As an Engineering Manager, you will 100% remotely manage a fast-growing engineering team to build a product on a highly scalable technology stack (full microservices architecture in Golang running on top of Docker).
Does it sound like you?
What will you do?
What are gonna be your challenges?
Now in a Bootstrap phase, you’ll play a major role in leading the team’s dynamic, growth and culture. Your main challenge will be to create the team’s vision based on what was handled by other teams before and take ownership of your defined scope to deliver impactful results.
Why would you join us?
If your application is selected, the process will be composed of 3 steps:
Heetch is a mobility app with a simple mission: we want people to enjoy going out.
Every night and every day, our drivers are doing their best to make their rides unforgettable and friendly! We are focused on young people's expectations and are competing within a fast-paced market.
The service was launched in Paris on September 2013 and has been growing since then, with thousands of rides every night in France, Belgium and Morocco.
With more than 1 million users in Europe, we are proud to be one of the fastest growing French startups!
Data Engineering Team @Heetch
Our team's mission is to help the company generate confident insights, make better decisions and build data-driven products. We believe the data platform is the digital nervous system of Heetch and that empowering everyone in the company with data access is critical to our business success. As a new sub-team within Data Engineering, the Data Infrastructure team is dedicated to designing, building and scaling our data platform and the underlying data infrastructure.
What will be your role?
You will enable Data Scientists, Data Analysts, and Operations teams, tailor the data platform to their needs and empower them to solve challenging ML and analytics problems. If you're experienced, passionate and interested in leading the transformation of our data infrastructure, we would love to talk to you!
Does it sound like you?
What will you do?
What are going to be your challenges?
Heetch is a mobility app with a simple mission: We want people to enjoy going out.
Every night and every day, our drivers are doing their best to make their rides unforgettable and friendly! We are focused on young people's expectations and are competing within a fast-paced market.
The service launched in Paris in September 2013 has been growing ever since, with thousands of daily rides in France, Belgium, and Morocco. With more than 1 million users in Europe, we are proud to be one of the fastest growing French startups!
Ceyoniq Technology GmbH
Wir suchen mehrere Teamplayer – gerne auch Berufseinsteiger – als
Consultant / Solution (IT) Architekt (w/m/D)
für unsere anspruchsvollen SAP- und ECM-Projekte.
Sie agieren in einem/mehreren unserer Themengebiete:
Sie bringen diese Fähigkeiten und Einstellungen mit:
Sie dürfen von uns erwarten:
Seit mehr als 25 Jahren ist die Ceyoniq Technology GmbH Hersteller branchenübergreifender, intelligenter Softwarelösungen in den Bereichen DMS, ECM & EIM auf Basis der Informationsplattform nscale.
Mithilfe dieser modularen, skalierbaren und hochflexiblen Informationsplattform können komplexe Geschäfts- und Kommunikationsprozesse optimiert, Daten zu werthaltigen Informationen aufgewertet und Dokumente revisionssicher und beweiskräftig archiviert werden. Hinzukommt ein umfassendes Consulting-Portfolio für die IT-Strategie- und Prozessberatung der Versorgungs- und Versicherungswirtschaft.
Die Ceyoniq Technology GmbH ist ein Tochterunternehmen der KYOCERA Document Solutions Inc. und beschäftigt am Hauptsitz in Bielefeld sowie an weiteren bundesweiten Standorten mehr als 150 Mitarbeiter.
Auth0, a global leader in Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS), provides thousands of enterprise customers with a Universal Identity Platform for their web, mobile, IoT, and internal applications. Its extensible platform seamlessly authenticates and secures more than 1.5B logins per month, making it loved by developers and trusted by global enterprises. Auth0 has raised more than $110 million to date and continues its global growth at a rapid pace. We are consistently recognized as a great place to work based our outstanding leadership and dedication to company culture, and are looking for the best people to join our incredible team spread across more than 35 countries!
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We are transparent about how we run our recruiting process - you can read all about it here. You can also read about our company culture here.
Sonatype’s mission is to help organizations develop better software, faster with open source. We offer a series of products and services including the Nexus Repository Manager and Nexus Lifecycle Manager.
We are a fully remote and highly talented product development group and we work in small autonomous teams to create high-quality products. Thousands of organizations and millions of developers use our software. If you have a passion for challenging problems, software craftsmanship and having an impact, Sonatype can deliver in all of these areas.
The Software Engineering Manager at Sonatype is a highly-technical and results-oriented individual, responsible for ensuring high performance of agile teams within a line. She/he knows her/his teams and can engage at the appropriate level, adapting as needed. The Engineering Manager supports and leads the members and the operation of our agile teams in the Nexus Lifecycle Manager product line. She/he supports the execution of initiatives, alignment of resources, and delivery of high-quality software products. This individual will help inspire, lead technical innovation, and overcome execution obstacles.
Required Experiences and Skills
At Sonatype we have a long history of partnership with the world of open source software development. From our humble beginning as core contributors to Apache Maven, to supporting the world’s largest repository of open source components (Central), to distribute the world's most popular repository manager (Nexus), we exist for one simple reason; to help accelerate software innovation.
Sonatype’s mission is to enable organizations to better manage their software supply chain. We offer a series of products and services including the Nexus Repository Manager and Nexus Lifecycle Manager.
Sonatype is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and an affirmative action employer that is committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please do not hesitate to let us know.
Do you love to eat? Are you passionate about testing and technology? Olo is hiring an experienced Test Engineering Manager to guide our Test Engineering team and shape our cutting-edge test automation frameworks. This position is more than writing test scripts — you’ll work with smart, passionate engineers dedicated to innovation and experimentation while also delivering amazing products.
Your partners will be Engineering and Product Managers, as you wow them with effective test automation that supports key product and technology initiatives. As a servant leader, you will focus on not only the development of automated test solutions but will also hire and nurture our talented test engineering team.
You can work at Olo’s headquarters in New York City’s Financial District or remotely from anywhere in the U.S. In fact, more than two-thirds of our engineering team is remote!
In this job, you’ll...
Olo is the on-demand interface for the restaurant industry, powering digital ordering and delivery for over 250 restaurant brands. Olo’s enterprise-grade software powers every stage of the digital restaurant transaction, from fully-branded user interfaces to the back-of-house order management features that keep the kitchen running smoothly. Orders from Olo are injected seamlessly into existing restaurant systems to help brands capture demand from on-demand channels such as branded website and apps, third-party marketplaces, social media channels, and personal assistant devices like the Amazon Echo. Olo is a pioneer in the industry, beginning with text message ordering on mobile feature phones in 2005. Today, millions of consumers use Olo to order ahead (SKIP THE LINE®) or get meals delivered from the restaurants they love. Customers include Applebee’s, Chili’s, Chipotle, Denny’s, Five Guys Burgers & Fries, Jamba Juice, Noodles & Company, Red Robin, Shake Shack, sweetgreen, Wingstop, and more.
Olo is located at 26 Broadway in the historic Standard Oil Building, the former home of John D. Rockefeller. We offer great benefits, such as 20 days of Paid Time Off, fully paid health, dental and vision care premiums, stock options, a generous parental leave plan, and perks like FitBits, rotating craft beers on tap in our kitchen, and food events featuring our clients' menu items (now you know why we give out FitBits!). Check out our culture map: https://www.olo.com/images/culture.jpg.
We encourage you to apply!
At Olo, we know a diverse and inclusive team not only makes our products better, but our workplace better. Many groups are consistently underrepresented across the tech sector and we are fully committed in doing our part to move the needle.
Olo is an equal opportunity employer and diversity is highly valued at our company. All applicants receive consideration for employment. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
If you like what you read, hear, and/or know about Olo, and want to be a part of our team, please do not hesitate to apply! We are excited to hear from you!
We're quite up-front about the technical challenges our business faces. Our platform enables multiple white-labeled front-ends, maintains real-time connections into thousands of restaurants' POS systems, and coordinates complex transactions between these and other third parties (such as payment gateways and gift card providers). Running such a platform is not for the faint of heart.
Mobile ordering and payments is an exciting and active industry, full of interesting players and yet still a relatively untapped market ripe for disruption.
We have a relatively small team of smart, senior engineers who all get along.
We're super DevOps oriented and like to automate and build tools for everything. We use Continuous Integration and push frequently.
We dedicate time to refactoring to reduce technical debt and to introduce newer technologies. We encourage new ideas and experimentation. No part of the codebase is off-limits.
Came here for the pizza coding test? Check out our open jobs and we'll send you the test post-application!
A passionate, knowledgeable and friendly front-end developer, within European time zones, with several years of experience crafting web applications.
Our product uses Vue.js, ES7 and above, ESLint, Jest and soon we will be migrating to SCSS for styling. Typically you will have worked with and enjoy building in Vue. There are also some parts of our product that use SVG based libraries, such as Joint.js and D3.js, it could certainly be a plus point if you are also well versed with either of these.
As a skilled front-end developer, you know how to build a professional looking and user-friendly UI. You also have a good eye for design and are aware of what makes a positive, and negative, user experience.
You are more than just a code-junkie.
You want to help us build new features (green field) and also help us make our current codebase more robust and maintainable (brown field). You are keen in helping us achieve our goal; to provide a great DevOps platform/pipeline to simplify the life of developers and DevOps.
Our dynamic is non-hierarchical and thus equal among colleagues and work tasks. We have no project coordinator at this time so we manage ourselves within the team. If you can support us in getting things shipped, that you code well first time and in a timely manner - all the while maintaining a good level of communication (with great gif game), you will be truly welcomed. We work to empower ourselves and our teammates, anyone can offer insights to any part of the company - you will be heard.
You are, of course, happy to work remotely. You can even work at the Cycloid office in Paris if you wish. However, we do not offer relocation. All members of our organisation work in an asynchronous manner, keeping a good team culture through Slack, Google Hangouts, Github and Trello.
You will need to have adequate written and spoken communication skills in English, as we work with people from all over Europe - we converse mainly in English.
Cycloid is committed to having equal opportunities between women and men, thus we encourage and welcome female developers to apply.
Nice to have:
About the Position
Do you have solid Vue.js chops and are looking to put them to the test on a complex, large-scale project? Do you want to contribute to and develop architectural solutions from the ground-level? If you love making things work seamlessly and efficiently with one another, then we’re looking for you! We’re looking for a mid- to senior-level Vue.js Developer to be a key player in one of our company’s most critical initiatives, our platform conversion to Vue.js. You’ll be a vital resource on our highly-collaborative Development team, building robust scalable solutions that push the limits and can handle an endless supply of data that’s consumed by many different websites, client apps, mobile apps, Alexa, customers, vendors, etc. in real-time.
Job responsibilities include:
Experience on the following is a plus:
We’d love it if you develop/contribute to open source!
What BuildingLink Can Offer You
BuildingLink is an industry leading property management technology used by over 4,800 high-rise residential communities globally. As an industry pioneer and leading innovator, our solutions, service, and people have made us one of the most recognized and respected technology providers among property managers and staff, condo/coop boards, and landlords. Our roadmap is packed with new and exciting initiatives to help buildings run even better. Resident lifestyle, voice assistant with our Amazon Alexa Skill; Ledger for simplified property management accounting, more platform integrations, and IoT sensor solutions to target and solve buildings’ operational headaches are just a few of the key initiatives we have in the pipeline. So, if you’re looking to work for a dynamic and successful company that cares deeply for both its customers and employees, please apply!
BuildingLink is an equal opportunity employer to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, disability, race, religion, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, veteran status, or any other protected class by federal, state or local law.
Virtual Pediatric Systems, LLC
How would you like to have an integral role making a difference in thousands of children’s lives? Come join our established (since 2002) and innovative team in Healthcare working with cutting edge technology to support medical professionals who are changing the way children are cared for all over the world.
We are looking to hire a full time, self-motivated DevOps Security Engineer to help us build the security infrastructure that is used to drive quality improvement initiatives and research at hundreds of hospitals around the world. This job is open to 100% remote candidates residing within the USA.
You will be responsible for:
The ideal candidate is:
Skills & Requirements
Virtual Pediatric Systems, LLC (“VPS”, www.myvps.org) has grown from a small group of intensivists to a national organization with over 135 hospital units. The data base is the largest collaborative for quality improvement based on severity of illness adjusted comparisons of actual, detailed patient records in critical care. This is a unique achievement.
Based on this achievement, VPS provides state of the art quality reports that are detailed, actionable and comprehensive for practitioners and hospital administrations. VPS has improved the quality of critical care, built the largest national research collaborative, supported the publication of 100+ papers and contributed to saving thousands of children’s lives.
In the future, VPS is ideally situated to expand from providing quality assessments to providing decision support, detailed outcomes tracking, discovery and prediction of adverse events and truly effective comparative research on hundreds of thousands of critically ill children. This will be achieved on top of VPS’s already successful and vibrant critical care network by adding automated data collection and sophisticated data analysis being pioneered by researchers working with VPS developing an advanced computational framework for decision support in critically ill children.
Everyone on the VPS team is passionate and genuinely believes in and is proud to help VPS's mission to improve critical care quality and outcomes for all children and their families through collaborative high-quality data management and actionable comparative reports for clinicians and other health care leaders.
Why you’ll love working at Marketcircle:
We are looking for new team members to work together on our cloud based applications.
Nice to Have:
Hazelcast is the leading open source in-memory data grid, but it is also the name of our company. How do we define Hazelcast the company?
Immediately when you use the product, you notice that it is simple to use, that the code has been provided under an open source license and other details. Hazelcast nodes join together to form a cluster that is more powerful than any individual node. These qualities go beyond the Hazelcast project and are the basis for the culture of the company.
Talip Ozturk, founder of Hazelcast describing 111:
I created Hazelcast 111 to define the unique “kernel” of Hazelcast company culture that is designed to scale as the company grows.
Hazelcast 111 (one-eleven) is the cultural ”source code” for the company. The name is derived from the idea that 1 + 1 + 1 can equal more than 3, that together we can be much more powerful than we are alone.These principles are expected to govern the professional behavior of Hazelcast team members and set expectations with the greater Hazelcast community about what they can expect when working with our team. New team members will be interviewed for cultural fit and we strive to make Hazelcast a great place to work for those who share these principles.
Strive for work products that are reliable, stable and free of defects
Solve problems or communicate about them in a constructive way.
3. Scalable Thinking
Make things work well as they scale up or down.
4. Bias Towards Simplicity
Try to make things as simple as possible.
Assume other Hazelcast community members are smart.
Give credit to the ideas and work of others first.
Say what needs to be said even if it is difficult. Have hard conversations.
Own your projects. Deliver on time.
Coordinate with anything that delivery depends on
Escalate when you are stuck
8. Community Focus
Seek to improve the lives of Hazelcast team members, customers and users.
Participate in the decision process
Contribute to success even if you disagreed with the decision outcome
The correct implementation of 111 FEELS GOOD to team members, customers, partners, investors and open source users of Hazelcast. The test of 111 is whether it feels good. If it does not feel good, we need to improve either or both of our implementation or specification of 111.