We're hiring…

2 03 2006

We still don’t have a logo (more on this later), but yes, we’re hiring.

We’re looking for developers who would like to work for a small company with a strong orientation towards Open Source, as in wanting to actively participate in Open Source communities and give back as well as take. We like agility, focus, getting real. We like to communicate openly: Open Source is mostly about communicating with your peers, after all. We have strong international ties, so you could find yourself traveling a bit, mostly across Europe, but we can also offer telecommuting arrangements if you like working from home.

We would like you to know most of the buzzwords in the enterprise Java world, like JDBC, JMS, JAXP, Spring, Hibernate, JDO; to know your way around the 1st and the 2nd generation Web, starting with HTTP and HTML and going through XML, XSLT, XPath, XQuery, REST, Web Services; to have a strong background in OOP theory and relational databases.

We’re looking for both junior and senior developers, designers and architects. So we expect you to know by heart most of what I listed above, but even if you’re fresh out of college don’t worry. If you have a good background and are willing to learn, we’re ready to teach.

If you’re interested, send your resume (in text, HTML or PDF formats only; any other format will be rejected immediately) to recruitment@sourcesense.com. We’d love to hear your story.

Updated to ping edgeio.

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2 03 2006
SourceCrossing » Blog Archive » SourceSense is hiring

[…] SourceSense, European Open Source startup (yes, that’s European as in not-Valley), is hiring. They’re looking for developers, designers and architects and people with a strong affinity to Open Source communities. […]

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