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Nov 10, 2008 4:42pm

work with me

Are you a talented developer interested in supporting our data visualization and mapping practice from the server end of things? Are you interested in a full-time gig at our San Francisco office?

You'll be working with a small team of designers and engineers who will be looking to you to make their ideas feasible. You're excited by the possibility of cutting and bending data to fit it through the thin straw of the internet. You can look at a source of information and model it as resources, rows and columns, messages and queues.

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Our technology choices lean towards open source databases, unix-flavored operating systems, and scripting languages like Python and PHP. You'll be expected to know these things, and bring something new and unexpected besides.

Read the rest of the job description and let us know! (watch the spamarrest response on that e-mail address)

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