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Spinn3r is Hiring in San Francisco

Spinn3r is hiring a cool Java engineer here in our San Francisco office.

It’s a great position with a super smart bunch of guys. Centrally located right in SOMA (2nd and Howard) and we have an AWESOME office (it’s 102 years old !)


* Maintain our current crawler.
* Monitor and implement statistics behind the current crawler to detect anomalies.
* Implement new features for customers
* Work on backend architecture to improve performance and stability.
* Implement custom protocol extension for enhanced metadata and site specific social media support.
* Work on new products and features using large datasets.

Requirements and Experience:

* Deep understanding of Java (Threads, IO, tuning, etc)
* Internet standards (HTTP, HTML, RSS, DNS, etc)
* Basic understanding of distributed …

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Spinn3r Hiring Senior Unix Operations Engineer

Spinn3r is growing fast. Time to hire another engineer. Actually, we’re hiring for like four people right now so I’ll probably be blogging more on this topic.

My older post on this subject still applies for requirements.

If you’re a Linux or MySQL geek we’d love to have your help.

Did I mention we just moved to an awesome office on 2nd and Howard in downtown SF?

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Spinn3r Hiring Senior Systems Administrator

Spinn3r is hiring for an experienced Senior Systems Administrator with solid Linux and MySQL skills and a passion for building scalable and high performance infrastructure.

About Spinn3r:

Spinn3r is a licensed weblog crawler used by search engines, weblog analytic companies, and generally anyone who needs access to high quality weblog data.

We crawl the entire blogosphere in realtime, remove spam, rank, and classifying blogs, and provide this information to our customers.

Spinn3r is rare in the startup world in that we’re actually profitable. We’ve proven our business model which gives us a significant advantage in future product design and expanding our current customer base and feature set.

We’ve also been smart and haven’t raised a dime of external VC funding which gives us a lot …

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