Lots of accumulated wisdom in this Reddit thread about Redditors who’ve worked for dating companies.
Featuring multiple local companies and more than just Python developer openings!
- iOS developer
- Android developer
- product manager
- data scientist
- data engineer
- user acquisition manager
- customer experience positions
- and more!
Come and learn and maybe find your next big adventure!
Updated on 2018-09-04: A new version of the poster and revised some wording.
Lots going on! We bought a house and we’re moving back into Queen Anne on Monday. The CMB/Seattle office now employs five people and has multiple job openings. Life is good!
CMB just hired a fourth Seattleite. And we’re scheduled to double our office space in May, still at the Westlake WeWork office.
We’re in! We’ll outfit the office the rest of this week. (Get a rug, some plants, fiddle with the desk arrangement, etc.)
It’s fun to be back in the same WeWork I was in when I worked for CBRE. Our office is an interior office for now, so we won’t have to contend with roasting in the afternoon sun. Molly still works here, which is nice.
And a third person started working for CMB/Seattle. These are exciting times!
My company, Coffee Meets Bagel, is starting a big hiring drive. It’s updating its openings for multiple jobs, including:
- Senior Data Scientist
- Data Engineer
- Senior Backend Engineer
- UI/UX Engineer
- Lead Android Engineer
Here’s the best part: All positions can be remote! Including, you know, in Seattle!
The company culture is great and the team (and work!) is lots of fun. The tech stack includes Python, Django, Cassandra, Redis, and PostgreSQL. (Click on that link for details on our goodies.)
If you’re looking for a change and think CMB could be what you’re looking for, ping me and let’s talk!
It’s scary how much fun I’m having at Coffee Meets Bagel.
I’m now in my fifth month. I’ve had four friends tell me that I haven’t been this happy since they don’t know when.
I picked up this odd-looking miniature tennis racket. It had a button. I pressed the button and touched the odd-looking wires. That was how I learned about the office’s electric fly zapper.