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Funding10M-20M USD
IndustryConsumer, Database, Semantic Web, Social Networking, Identity Management
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Developer Network Evangelist at Hot Data Startup

at in Washington, DC   —   Jul 16, 2014   |  
We are data and privacy nerds – all day we think about how best to create, structure and add value to highly-sensitive personal data. And through our Developer Network we stay connected with the external communities that also struggle with the complex issues around data and privacy. Personal Evangelists are particularly focused on improving our Developer Network by engaging with the developer community, updating Developer Network strategy, augmenting the developer website, editing the Personal API documentation, creating SDKs, supporting developers who are building applications on the Personal API, and promoting and running competitions or hackathons.

This is a position for developers or engineers who love communicating with other developers and speaking publicly about cutting-edge technologies. There will also be many opportunities to help make great applications that still respect privacy and security concerns. Expect to travel about once a month.
You must have at least 2 years relevant experience
Knowledge of languages like HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ruby, PHP, Objective C, Java
Responsible, reliable and honest
Innovative, thinks “outside the box”
Self-aware and self-correcting
Eager to offer an idea or ask a question
Takes initiative and doesn’t just wait to be told what to do
Never feels “That’s not my job”
Challenges ideas, not people
Has a positive attitude
Exceeds expectations
Executes tenaciously
Likes to win
Undergraduate degree required (Computer Science, Engineering or Sciences preferred). Graduate degrees are welcome.
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