[erlang-questions] [ANN] CTO Position is open for Erlang enthusiast

Barco You barco@REDACTED
Sat May 9 09:51:09 CEST 2015

Dear Erlangers,


Here we are a Chinese company located in the most beautiful city- Shenzhen
very nearby Hongkong!


Dasudian is a startup founded by Barco You (an ex- Ericsson Engineer) and
several key persons in Chinese manufactures, which has a vision of changing
people's life and making it better and beautiful with Big Data .[for more
information about the company, please write a mail in person to


[Job Descriptions]

1.Work as a C-level member of the management team of the company

2. Report to CEO and lead the technology teams

3. Steer the technical direction of the company and do the high-level
management work of technology

4. Design the architecture of the systems of the Cloud Platform

5. Manage the daily R&D activities.


[Desired Skills and Expertise]

1.     Master Degree or above in EE, Computer science or relevant majors

2.     More than 5 years working experience in Telecommunication Systems,
Internet Systems, Cloud Computing, Big data or relevant areas.

3.     Expert in C/C++, Erlang programming

4.     Strong knowledge base and skills in Machine-Leaning algorithm design,
particularly experience in data mining technologies.

5.     Expert in NoSQL/SQL databases and DB clusters development

6.     Expert in Network programming and system design

7.     Fluent English Speaking and writing are mandatory

8.     Honest, active, optimistic and confident

9.     Willing to live in China


[Salary and Treatment]

1.     100,000 - 150,000 USD for yearly base

2.     Big bonus at year end

3.     Options

4.     Subsidies for house rental


If you have a dream and if you want to change the world, let's do it
together here. China is the best place to make that dream come true!


Please just send your resume to barco@REDACTED, if you have interest in
this position.


Thank you!

Barco You

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