[erlang-questions] Erlang resumes?

Bob Ippolito <>
Fri Dec 21 22:17:40 CET 2007


We're also hiring engineers at Mochi Media in San Francisco, CA. We do
a LOT of Erlang, but there's also Python code (primarily for the web
front-end and database ETL) and JavaScript/ActionScript for the web
site and APIs. We've been building Erlang platforms for over a year
and use it to process tens of millions of requests a day (each) for
our analytics platform MochiBot and our ad network MochiAds. We don't
require significant Erlang experience, we're just looking for smart
people that learn quickly.

http://mochimedia.com/

(if you email me directly use  - work email gets
much more attention)

-bob

On 12/21/07, Dave Smith <> wrote:
> I'm in the process of building a case for Erlang at my job. We're
> building a large scale network service and I'm pretty certain that
> using erlang would reduce both time to market and system complexity.
> The problem is, when I suggest Erlang people look at me funny (ok,
> maybe it's just my hairstyle) and say things like "There aren't any
> erlang developers out there!" and "It's an obscure language and we'd
> be unable to maintain the system if you got hit by a bus", etc...
>
> I suspect that there _are_ erlang devs in the US/Canada area who are
> competent and would love the chance to work from home with awesome
> hardware and develop a large scale Erlang service. If you happen to be
> one of them, would you kindly consider sending me your resume as
> evidence? I can't promise you a job as a result, but you might
> consider it your part in getting the word out on Erlang. :)
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Dave Smith
> dizzyd at gmail dot com
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