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Node.js Developer - Come Help Crack the Video Genome! (Santa Monica)

at Video Genome Project in CA   —   Jul 02, 2014   |  
We're working on the cutting edge of data and analytics with some of the biggest names in Silicon Beach to revolutionize the way users consume movies, TV shows and video content. We're growing fast and looking for engineers who want to come build and scale a complex platform with node.js. Come join our amazing team of data ninjas and user experience fanatics in sunny downtown Santa Monica. Learn more about the Video Genome Project at!
Develop scalable node.js applications for data aggregation, mining and structuring
Work on NLP and AI algorithms to translate raw data into curated attributes and insights
Build APIs and brand-new platforms for some of the biggest names in video and tech
Work collaboratively with other engineers to create unique solutions to hard data problems
Help structure, optimize and grow our data warehouse and high-availability data stores
Strong technical background with minimum 2+ years of professional experience
Experience with node.js, PostgreSQL and AWS (our stack is new, lean and flexible)
Comfortable with data manipulation and complex scripting/processing
Experience working in a lean/agile startup environment
Mac strongly preferred
Ability to think creatively when converting business objectives into functional technology
Excellent organization, communication skills and self-motivation (startup experience a plus)
Strong attention to detail and lightning fast at "getting things done"
Movie/TV enthusiast who believes there's a better way to find and watch great content
B.S. strongly preferred
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