• Software Engineering opportunities at Genospace, multiple roles

    Genospace is seeking Product Engineers who are excited at the prospect of solving novel problems. We are looking for engineers with a holistic view of product development capable of innovating across our platform. As a Product Engineer your work will impact patients at the most critical junctures in their lives, researchers seeking to make advances based on a sea of high-dimensional data, physicians deploying personalized medicine in everyday practice, and laboratories conducting some of the most advanced analyses in the world.

    As a Product Engineer you will:

    • Be an active participant in the team sprint process
    • Participate in production releases and support
    • Actively identify platform enhancements and own their implementation
    • Participant in feature design, product development, and delivery

    Our application stack typically looks like:

    • Front End – HTML5, Backbone.js, D3.js
    • Middle Tier – Java, Groovy/Grails
    • Data Tier – MongoDB, Neo4J

    You’ll be expected to contribute across all parts of the application so familiarity with the stack is a plus.

    Please see details of all current openings (different levels) at https://careers.genospace.com/opportunities 


    Posted By: Nuno Santos on Aug 9, 2018 1:11 PM
    Expires On: Oct 31, 2018 12:00 AM
  • Events
      • Fourth Annual NEJUG Holiday Party


        Thursday December, 13, 2018 06:00 PM
        Bertucci's
        475 Winter St Waltham MA 02451


      The NEJUG Holiday Party is scheduled for our normal "second Thursday" in December, but it is not a normal presentation meeting. Instead, it's an "all fun time" event where we get to chat, eat, drink, and socialize. Come, join us for dinner, great conversation and raffle prizes. Buy your tickets now and get the early bird discount!

      CLICK HERE 🡆  NEJUG Holiday Party Tickets (at EventBrite)

      Menu items include:

      • Rolls

      • Salad
      • Appetizers
      • Chicken Parma
      • Four Cheese Ravioli
      • Rigatoni, Broccoli & Chicken
      • Dessert
      • Soft drinks, tea, and coffee are included.
      • Cash bar also available.
      • NO PIZZA - That's for regular meetings...

       

      Space is limited to 50 guests so buy your tickets early! Tickets for yourself and your guests are available here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nejug-holiday-2018-tickets-51209185051

      There will be a Raffle drawing and you have a chance to win a Gift Card -- Thanks to our sponsor Attivio

       

      Corporate Sponsors:

      We are looking for additional corporate sponsors to help maximize the fun! Contact Avi Neer <avineer@gmail.com> if you have a sponsor idea or contact for monetary support, raffles items, or door prizzes.

       

      Thanks to our primary Holiday Party sponsor:

      John Galt contributes to the success of organizations and individuals throughout the United States by expertly matching them with one another. Founded in 1997, they have worked with thousands of organizations and individuals over the years to enable them to achieve success. Their focus is on contract technology professionals in disciplines which are critical to an organization’s success.

       

      Raffle Gift Card Sponsor:

       

       
      Attivio is an intelligent answers and insights platform that brings intuitive search experiences to businesses. In doing so, we help mid-to-large sized companies solve their most complex search needs/projects, such as customer support, risk avoidance, and digital transformation. To do this, we leverage our own natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning (ML) capabilities to provide a personalized and accurate search experience that delivers actionable answers to every question, instead of a simple list of links.

       

    • While "DevOps" is a very overrated and misused marketing term, we have many DevOps stories from around the world proving that shared responsibility between Dev and Ops can work out really well.

      A key component of DevOps is open communication and feedback loops. Monitoring data is one source of these feedback loops. Too often, however, this is only done in Operations for firefighting and root cause analysis. Kevin will discuss approaches of Shifting-Left Performance into the Continuous Delivery Pipeline to give earlier and faster performance, scalability and architectural feedback to developers, testers, architects and business.

      The presentation will include some hands-on experience on how to bake monitoring into DevOps tool chains such as JIRA, Bitbucket, Jenkins, Git, HipChat, JMeter, … - there should be something for everyone who wants to learn some new tips & tricks on how to become more “DevOps’y”