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Outbrain is hiring and I’m looking for the next awesome developer.

Are you the next candidate?

  1. Want to build distributed high scale system together with awesome web-based applications ?

  2. Want your code to have a direct effect on the business performance ?

  3. Want to reach millions of Internet users all over the world ?

  4. Get tired of too many Broken Windows ?

  5. Want to exchange a long release cycle, with a single deploy button ?

  6. Waterfall – is something you see only while hiking ?

  7. Care what happens to your code after it’s been committed ?

  8. Want to be part of a professional team with high standards and great atmosphere ?

  9. Want to join a successful mature startup with a unique DNA ?

  10. Think that Continuous Deployment is the best thing happened to humanity since sliced bread?

Less than 7 points:

I share your grief

– 9 points:

consider running

sudo apt-get upgrade system

and contact me

10 points (and beyond):

Great. So, we are looking for an outstanding software engineer who is passionate about quality and bringing value to our users. You will be part of a small, intimate, dynamic, hands-on team that takes pride in high coding standards and modern development practices.

Each member of our development team is an athlete / all-around-player. You should be able to build a product end-to-end, from the careful mastery of the front end / client side to the efficient and maintainable design of the back-end / server-side.

Requirements:

  • Intelligent and self-motivated
  • Gets things done! (on time, with quality)
  • Strong communication and problem-solving skills
  • BS or MS in computer science or related field
  • 3+ years experience in Java and web development
  • HTML / JS  / CSS
  • MySQL, Hibernate
  • JUnit

Nice to Haves:

  • Experienced in developing in Linux environment
  • Experience with agile, TDD and continuous integration
  • Spring
  • Tomcat and Jetty
  • REST, JSON, HTTP
  • Selenium, Jasmine
  • AngularJS

Development practices:

  • Continuous Deployment
  • Continuous Integration

Extra points: Blogger, open source contributor.

contact me via  or twitter or drop your CV via mail – yonatan [at] outbrain [dot] com

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