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Funding20M-50M USD
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Social Software Engineer

at Hearsay Social in San Francisco, CA   —   Apr 02, 2014   |  
Overview
Elegance doesn't come easily. It takes finesse, passion, and the ability to understand how and when to innovate. We’re a small company in that great stage of gaining massive momentum, and are looking for software engineers who like wearing a lot of hats and for whom coding is an art.
Responsibilities
Whiteboarding a new design for a part of the product and arguing over to how best implement it
Building features end-to-end (data model, middle tier, front-end), and looking at the data to see how it’s used and how it can be improved over the next days, weeks, and months
Free lunch every day with the team
Working full-stack (see here) to track down a customer issue, and then writing a regression test with your fix
Experience
Proven experience actually shipping software
Strong opinions on what constitutes “good code” and “bad code”
The ability to listen to other people's strong opinions (and even change yours occasionally)
Experience developing in Python/Django and ideally JavaScript
Industry experience in development of modern web apps
Sense of humor (everyone says this, but we really mean it…we might even ask you to tell jokes in your interviews
Skills
An unparalleled love of building elegant software
Be equally comfortable reading Knuth and WTFJS
Experience building social apps
Product management interest and/or experience
Education
BS or MS in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering
Compensation
Competitive Base plus equity, free catered lunch and dinner, tons and tons of snacks, candy, drinks!
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