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Interesting Scala job in New York

Aaron Harnly-2-2
Hi folks,

We're looking for someone savvy with Scala-esque ways of thinking, excited by phrases like "Monte Carlo simulation", "Bayesian inference", and "combinatorial optimization", willing to travel to New York for intense, engaging work, and (we hope!) motivated by an interest in education, cognition or just a satisfying problem. I'm a Scala kind of guy, admittedly with a few Clojure-minded people around me, looking for someone smart and motivated to contract with us for an interesting gig.

We, a well-established but fast-growing educational technology company, have a very cool medium-term (three-to-six-month) project calling for an excellent developer. (Of course there's the possibility of staying on for more.) Please contact me if you find such things interesting and would like to tell or hear more.

~aaron
Aaron Harnly
Wireless Generation
http://www.wirelessgeneration.com


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Re: Interesting Scala job in New York

Kevin Wright-4
Aaron,

Sounds fun!
Now if you could just star doing it on this side of the atlantic... :)



2010/1/8 Aaron Harnly <[hidden email]>
Hi folks,

We're looking for someone savvy with Scala-esque ways of thinking, excited by phrases like "Monte Carlo simulation", "Bayesian inference", and "combinatorial optimization", willing to travel to New York for intense, engaging work, and (we hope!) motivated by an interest in education, cognition or just a satisfying problem. I'm a Scala kind of guy, admittedly with a few Clojure-minded people around me, looking for someone smart and motivated to contract with us for an interesting gig.

We, a well-established but fast-growing educational technology company, have a very cool medium-term (three-to-six-month) project calling for an excellent developer. (Of course there's the possibility of staying on for more.) Please contact me if you find such things interesting and would like to tell or hear more.

~aaron
Aaron Harnly
Wireless Generation
http://www.wirelessgeneration.com





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