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Python/Django Developer: Internship/Parttime

at Stealth in Sunnyvale, CA   —   Jul 19, 2014   |  
Overview
Are you still in college and looking to gain some extra experience while making some money?

If you don't have much experience yet, but are smart and hungry, keep reading.

We're a very young and fast growing startup in the social gaming space and because we have so many kick-ass ideas (pat on the shoulder ;-) that we want to implement, we're looking to hire the smart, but not arrogant college student to help us out.

Since we're only two people, you'll know everything about the business, can help us make decisions and will have a huge influence on our products.

You're probably a CS student, but we couldn't care less what your background is, as long as you can code. Ideally you've been exposed to Python (and maybe even Django), but if you think you're smart enough to pick it up, feel encouraged to apply anyway!

You'll be able to learn a ton of stuff. From our lead developer you'll certainly learn some real world programming that you hadn't seen before from a Django expert. From our Head Marketer you'll gain interesting insights in how apps can grow on social networks.

If you'd like to apply, please send your résumé to stealthmedia140@gmail.com with your contact information. We'll be glad to explain more once we are in touch with you ;-).
Responsibilities
develop core new features for existing product
develop new products
implement A/B split tests in our application
make suggestions for new features
Skills
Python (advantage, but not necessary)
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