6 Dev Jobs You Might Want to Apply For

July 17, 2014

12:00 pm

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We know everyone and their brother is looking for a programmer – which is good news for those of you with a newly minted coding school degree, or a knack for catching bugs. It’s a good time to be a geek.

If you’re looking for jobs at startups – or anywhere else – look no further than the Tech Cocktail Job Board. This week’s top jobs are:

Full Stack Web Developer

TechChange in Washington, DC

We are looking for someone who enjoys working on a small team and taking on a variety of different development tasks, ranging from supporting our efforts to scale our architecture to developing new features for our online platform, and everything in between. The ideal candidate will posses a strong understanding of web technologies and backend technologies with an eye towards stability, performance, and scale. It is not necessary to have extensive experience in all of these areas, but rather a dedication and willingness to learn and grow on the job. Read more…

iOS and Android Mobile Developer

BluVue in Plano, TX

We are looking for a smart, easy to get along with, and highly capable software developer with iOS and Android development skills. You must have several published reference applications that we can download and try. Your degree in computer science, combined with practical development experience, an aptitude to learn and adapt new frameworks, methodologies, and platforms, are important to us. Likewise, your ability to understand business requirements, think like a user, and be a part of the solution, not just programming to spec, are valuable. Read more…

C#/.Net Jr Programmer

Polar Technology in Brentwood, TN

Cloud Based, SSAE compliant and mobile enabled we are looking to expand the technology and drill into more specialized uses outside the space the product was originated. Adaptation through API integration, increased sexiness of GUI tools and leading edge use of AR are just a small part of the planned expansion. Database mgmt. is the nuts and bolts of the B2B opportunity throughout the industry and our evolving collaborative team needs new ideas, new people to help us evolve rapidly and we are seeking, full & part time as well as interns and contract folks so we can continue to make progress and have fun. Read more…

Graphics Designer

Distil Networks in Arlington, VA

Founded in 2011, Distil Networks is the leading public and private cloud security provider that blocks malicious bots, or automated computer programs, attacking your website. With a mission of making the web more secure, Distil Networks mitigates against duplicate content, improves SEO strength and accelerates the end-user experience–all while reducing infrastructure costs. The setup to stop bots is lightning-fast, secure, and completely transparent. Distil is now looking for an innovative and passionate Designer to help shape the future of the Distil Networks brand. Read more…

Ruby Developer

Distil Networks in Arlington, VA

Would you like to learn more? We’re looking for confident, talented and hungry developers to pair with our experienced engineers in developing the next generation of our advanced, bot – blocking platform. We guarantee you’ll touch more deeply technical topics building systems at scale with us than anywhere else If leveraging technologies like websockets to stream live data to a browser or building out complex historical reporting systems sounds like fun, you will fit right in. You will get a taste of full stack development, from backend services to front-end web applications. Read more…

Enterprise Sales Engineer

Distil Networks in Arlington, VA

The Sales Engineer is a dynamic, multifaceted role. As a Sales Engineer you will interface directly with customers to understand and assess their requirements, and address tough technical questions throughout the sales lifecycle. You will liaise between engineering, sales, and support teams. Additionally as a ‘customer champion’ you will provide uniquely insightful feedback to the product team regarding customer asks, feature requests, and broader opportunities in the market. Read more…

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Kira M. Newman is a Tech Cocktail writer interested in the harsh reality of entrepreneurship, work-life balance, and psychology. She is the founder of The Year of Happy and has been traveling around the world interviewing entrepreneurs in Asia, Europe, and North America since 2011. Follow her @kiramnewman or contact [email protected]

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