Hacker Jobs in Indy
August 25, 2010
Indianapolis is teeming with jobs for hackers right now. There are jobs across the city enveloping many colors of programming: web development, mobile development, desktop development. Backend and frontend. High profile and internal. Senior and junior. Corporate and startup. Don't believe me? See for yourself.
You can work for a hot startup in Indy by becoming a web developer at FormStack. It's a LAMP job; Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP.
The SMS Question/Answer company you know and love, ChaCha, is looking for all sorts of Java developers. (Each individual listing, at the moment, represents more than one opening, I hear.)
You can write Ruby at nFrame, building their internal systems for their helpdesk, managed services, and administration; or you can become a technical co-founder of young startup PocketTales, helping kids love reading.
RewardSnap is looking for a Ruby developer to work on the Rails app(s) to support their iPhone application -- soon, their Android app, and a BlackBerry app. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
You could even dive in to C++ at Exacq, working on IP video surveillance -- client and/or server.
This is not a comprehensive list. These are just the jobs I've come across accidentally, incidentally, and via a quick poll of some of the hackers I know. If you know of an opportunity absent from this list, let me know! If you want one of those jobs, why are you still reading?blog comments powered by Disqus