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Funding50M+ USD
IndustrySaaS, Search, Consumer, Database, Enterprise
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Software Developer

at Castlight Health in San Francisco, CA   —   Jul 16, 2014   |  
If you're looking to do serious software development, work with outstanding people, solve difficult computation and machine learning problems, and embrace agile techniques — all while revolutionizing our $2.4 trillion healthcare industry by empowering consumers — Castlight Health is the place for you. We're looking for talented, dedicated, and passionate developers to join our team.

Please apply directly through out career site at:
We primarily use Ruby on Rails, MySQL, Linux, and Apache because we believe that technology should work for us, not the other way around. We understand that new problems may require new solutions, so we're looking for people who can identify the next big thing and share it with us, but are pragmatic enough to understand that Clojure is not a cure for cancer and TokyoCabinet will not broker world peace.
Deep mastery of at least one object-oriented or functional programming language
Fluency in machine learning, statistical analysis, pattern recognition, or artificial intelligence — or just an excellent record in math
A true passion for coding and the ability to inspire others to create great code
Interest in and experience with Lean Thinking and Agile practices (TDD, XP, etc)
Proficiency with relational databases and/or tuning complex, resource-intensive, mission-critical applications to achieve maximum performance
A taste for exploring innovative technologies such as Ruby, Clojure, Git, Cloud Computing, Key-Value stores, RabbitMQ, Hadoop, Map/Reduce, etc.
A passion for startups
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