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We're looking for a Software Developer! (D language)
Jan 08, 2015
Johanna Burgos
Sociomantic: We're looking for a Software Developer! (D language)
Jan 08, 2015
FG
Jan 09, 2015
Leandro Lucarella
Jan 08, 2015
Rikki Cattermole
Jan 08, 2015
Lukasz Wrzosek
Jan 09, 2015
Leandro Lucarella
Jan 09, 2015
Leandro Lucarella
Jan 09, 2015
John Carter
Jan 09, 2015
Rikki Cattermole
Jan 09, 2015
John Carter
Jan 12, 2015
Rikki Cattermole
Jan 13, 2015
Dejan Lekic
Sep 16, 2016
nnot
Sep 16, 2016
Vadim Lopatin
Nov 28
Alex
Nov 29
aberba
Nov 30
Joakim
January 08, 2015
Your Mission

Support our team in the development of our event-based infrastructure
Development of high-performance applications and services
Writing applications to work with our distributed DHT database system
You will be coding in the D-language

Your Track Record

Degree in Computer Science, or closely-related
Knowledge of Github
Strong interest in distributed architectures
Experienced in C, C++ or D (you’ll be programming in D)
Fluency in written and spoken English

Your Style

You don’t like being thrown in at the deep end. You like to jump yourself
You live and breathe globalization and love to work and travel internationally
You mesmerize people with a friendly and open-minded, yet trustworthy and reliable personality
You think in achievements, not in departments, responsibilities or hierarchy
As a quick learner, first mover and fast thinker you can keep pace with one of the fastest growing technology start ups
You are driven by curiosity and innovation, and always up for a good challenge

Our Promise

Employment in Berlin, full-time and full of fun challenges, with flexible working hours
Access to a high-profile professional network of international Internet companies
Possibility to show your excellent competence and your creative ideas to a broad audience
A competitive compensation and incentive plan that rocks when you rock
Personal development and training that will help you evolve from the pro you are right now to the champ you’re destined to be
Basic German language courses for non-native speakers
Help with residence permit processing for non-EU citizens
Daily adrenalin rushes while working and learning in one of the fastest growing sectors in online advertising
Access to an international high-profile network
A company culture driven by pioneer-thinking and talent that exceeds departments and hierarchies


The challenge is on. If you think it’s you we’re looking for, send us your battle plan along with a certificate of your super powers at careers@sociomantic.com. Alternatively, a motivational cover letter and resume in English will do, too. For now.
January 08, 2015
Hello all,

Just to mention that this call is particularly focused on getting
new people for my team at Sociomantic.  It may be of especial
interest to anyone who wants to work on machine learning problems
(we have lots of fun stuff in the pipeline), but whatever your
background, this is a great opportunity to work full-time with D,
in a great company that has a very extensive and exciting D
codebase.

You can also review the job ad on our company website:
https://www.sociomantic.com/jobs/d-software-developer/#.VK5xsV2YOlM

Best wishes,

     -- Joe (Software Dev @ Sociomantic:-)
January 08, 2015
On 9/01/2015 12:10 a.m., Johanna Burgos wrote:
> Your Mission
>
> Support our team in the development of our event-based infrastructure
> Development of high-performance applications and services
> Writing applications to work with our distributed DHT database system
> You will be coding in the D-language
>
> Your Track Record
>
> Degree in Computer Science, or closely-related
> Knowledge of Github
> Strong interest in distributed architectures
> Experienced in C, C++ or D (you’ll be programming in D)
> Fluency in written and spoken English
>
> Your Style
>
> You don’t like being thrown in at the deep end. You like to jump yourself
> You live and breathe globalization and love to work and travel
> internationally
> You mesmerize people with a friendly and open-minded, yet trustworthy
> and reliable personality
> You think in achievements, not in departments, responsibilities or
> hierarchy
> As a quick learner, first mover and fast thinker you can keep pace with
> one of the fastest growing technology start ups
> You are driven by curiosity and innovation, and always up for a good
> challenge
>
> Our Promise
>
> Employment in Berlin, full-time and full of fun challenges, with
> flexible working hours
> Access to a high-profile professional network of international Internet
> companies
> Possibility to show your excellent competence and your creative ideas to
> a broad audience
> A competitive compensation and incentive plan that rocks when you rock
> Personal development and training that will help you evolve from the pro
> you are right now to the champ you’re destined to be
> Basic German language courses for non-native speakers
> Help with residence permit processing for non-EU citizens
> Daily adrenalin rushes while working and learning in one of the fastest
> growing sectors in online advertising
> Access to an international high-profile network
> A company culture driven by pioneer-thinking and talent that exceeds
> departments and hierarchies
>
>
> The challenge is on. If you think it’s you we’re looking for, send us
> your battle plan along with a certificate of your super powers at
> careers@sociomantic.com. Alternatively, a motivational cover letter and
> resume in English will do, too. For now.

Unfortunately I half wish you guys had a New Zealand office.
As I am in need of a job.
January 08, 2015
On Thursday, 8 January 2015 at 13:21:05 UTC, Rikki Cattermole wrote:
> Unfortunately I half wish you guys had a New Zealand office.
> As I am in need of a job.

Sure we can't tempt you to consider crossing the oceans?  Berlin is a fun city and you will find many fellow New Zealanders to help you feel at home. :-)
January 08, 2015
Is there any chance that in the future your company hire D
developers in Warsaw office ?
January 08, 2015
On 2015-01-08 14:01 Joseph Rushton Wakeling wrote:
> Just to mention that this call is particularly focused on getting
> new people for my team at Sociomantic.

There is one important piece of information missing:
Are you still using only D1?
If not, how is your code base currently split into D1 and D2?
January 09, 2015
On Thursday, 8 January 2015 at 13:21:05 UTC, Rikki Cattermole wrote:
>> The challenge is on. If you think it’s you we’re looking for, send us your battle plan along with a certificate of your super powers at careers@sociomantic.com. Alternatively, a motivational cover letter and resume in English will do, too. For now.
>
> Unfortunately I half wish you guys had a New Zealand office.
> As I am in need of a job.

We already have a kiwi in our lines, Ben, they guy organizing the Berlin meetup. You can ask him how was moving from NZ to DE. ;-)
January 09, 2015
On Thursday, 8 January 2015 at 22:36:13 UTC, FG wrote:
> On 2015-01-08 14:01 Joseph Rushton Wakeling wrote:
>> Just to mention that this call is particularly focused on getting
>> new people for my team at Sociomantic.
>
> There is one important piece of information missing:
> Are you still using only D1?

Yes.

> If not, how is your code base currently split into D1 and D2?

I would say about 0.01% of our code is D2. But in our defense, we are already working on the migration to D2. Is a **very** hard work, and it will take probably the whole year (if not more). Mihails (dicebot) will be writing some blog posts about the progress, he already wrote one post: http://blog.dicebot.lv/2014/12/on-sociomantic-d2.html.
January 09, 2015
On Thursday, 8 January 2015 at 22:21:55 UTC, Lukasz Wrzosek wrote:
> Is there any chance that in the future your company hire D
> developers in Warsaw office ?

This is unfortunately very unlikely.
January 09, 2015
Whilst we are not currently using D at Tait Electronics....

I am certainly trying to make it happen.

So if this job fits you...

http://www.taitradio.com/about-us/careers/new-zealand/jobs-in-new-zealand/embedded-software-engineer2

You can help me try!

Part of the problem  with getting a new language accepted in a company, is to develop a critical mass of willing and capable programmers in that language.


On Fri, Jan 9, 2015 at 2:20 AM, Rikki Cattermole via Digitalmars-d-announce <digitalmars-d-announce@puremagic.com> wrote:

> On 9/01/2015 12:10 a.m., Johanna Burgos wrote:
>
>> Your Mission
>>
>> Support our team in the development of our event-based infrastructure
>> Development of high-performance applications and services
>> Writing applications to work with our distributed DHT database system
>> You will be coding in the D-language
>>
>> Your Track Record
>>
>> Degree in Computer Science, or closely-related
>> Knowledge of Github
>> Strong interest in distributed architectures
>> Experienced in C, C++ or D (you’ll be programming in D)
>> Fluency in written and spoken English
>>
>> Your Style
>>
>> You don’t like being thrown in at the deep end. You like to jump yourself
>> You live and breathe globalization and love to work and travel
>> internationally
>> You mesmerize people with a friendly and open-minded, yet trustworthy
>> and reliable personality
>> You think in achievements, not in departments, responsibilities or
>> hierarchy
>> As a quick learner, first mover and fast thinker you can keep pace with
>> one of the fastest growing technology start ups
>> You are driven by curiosity and innovation, and always up for a good
>> challenge
>>
>> Our Promise
>>
>> Employment in Berlin, full-time and full of fun challenges, with
>> flexible working hours
>> Access to a high-profile professional network of international Internet
>> companies
>> Possibility to show your excellent competence and your creative ideas to
>> a broad audience
>> A competitive compensation and incentive plan that rocks when you rock
>> Personal development and training that will help you evolve from the pro
>> you are right now to the champ you’re destined to be
>> Basic German language courses for non-native speakers
>> Help with residence permit processing for non-EU citizens
>> Daily adrenalin rushes while working and learning in one of the fastest
>> growing sectors in online advertising
>> Access to an international high-profile network
>> A company culture driven by pioneer-thinking and talent that exceeds
>> departments and hierarchies
>>
>>
>> The challenge is on. If you think it’s you we’re looking for, send us your battle plan along with a certificate of your super powers at careers@sociomantic.com. Alternatively, a motivational cover letter and resume in English will do, too. For now.
>>
>
> Unfortunately I half wish you guys had a New Zealand office. As I am in need of a job.
>



-- 
John Carter
Phone : (64)(3) 358 6639
Tait Electronics
PO Box 1645 Christchurch
New Zealand

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