• Experience with writing production-quality software in Erlang OTP, highly scalable & concurrent systems, a double plus!
• Ability to perform database development ( e.g., designing schemas, when to use stored procedures, understanding of ORM tools, etc.)
• Proficiency in Linux
• Experience building scalable web applications/services
• Experience in distributed computing and multi-tier application development, with experience in developing frameworks, a plus.
• Good communication skills, be able to discuss/defend/document your ideas
• A strong belief or experience in Agile and iterative development approaches
• A Computer Science or Maths degree, or be passionate about applying the latest software ideas to their personal and professional life.
• Be able to do basic Linux administration tasks
• Have experience with one or more of the following:
• Be a startup junkie who wants to see a new idea (and company) succeed.
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» seanatpush (Sean Bowen): Push Technology to Speak at Erlang Factory | Push Technology: http://t.co/O7EulLYA47
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» edoaldi (edo_rockstar): @RASTYmocin kurang asem kau siluman kerbau bilang aku patkay aku ini dewa erlang you know,,, ~_~“
@RASTYmocin kurang asem kau siluman kerbau bilang aku patkay aku ini dewa erlang you know,,, ~_~“
» NotDoctorOk (Not Richard O'Keefe): It’s really time something was done about Erlang atoms. http://t.co/qr88oXJUW4
It’s really time something was done about Erlang atoms. http://t.co/qr88oXJUW4
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