• have hands-on experience developing, releasing, and maintaining large-scale, distributed software applications (web/mobile)
  • have experience programming in Python, JavaScript, Scala, Ruby, PHP, Java, Shell
  • have experience with MySQL, PostgreSQL, Hadoop, Spark, Mahout, Hbase, Cassandra, Vertica
  • have experience Linux server administration (like Ubuntu), DNS, SMTP, and other network and file system protocols
  • have experience managing Varnish, Memcache, Redis, RabbitMQ, Solr, ElasticSearch
  • have experience with environment provisioning and orchestration tools like Vagrant, Chef, Puppet, Ansible, Docker
  • have experience with Web & mobile continuous integration tools like Jenkins, TravisCI, CircleCI, Ship.io
  • have experience with Amazon Web Services like Route53, ELB, VPC, EC2, SQS, SWF, SES, RDS, Redshift, EMR, OpsWorks, Elastic Beanstalk, CloudFormation, Container Services, CloudWatch
  • have experience with monitoring/alerting solutions like New Relic, Nagios, Boundary, Pager Duty
  • are proficient in source code and project management tools like Git/Github, Jira

It would also be great if you…

  • have worked on an Agile team
  • have work that can be found in public repos on Github
  • know the difference between unit and functional testing and QA, and you know what stubs and mocks are
  • have mastered other software disciplines like fullstack web and Big Data
  • create in other mediums like music, poetry, paintings, videos, and comics

About The Hackerati

The Hackerati was founded as a platform for entrepreneurial engineers to develop and launch their own businesses through Hackerati Labs. Funding for these ventures comes from Engineering as a Service. This onshore, Agile, pay-as-you-go consulting model enables startups and large corporations alike to deliver advanced projects in Web, Mobile, Big Data, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing, geospatial, and wearable technologies. We also offer entrepreneurial and technical training through Hackerati Academy. We strive to guide, teach, and enable hackers everywhere—starting right here in New York City.

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