[Haskell-cafe] Haskell Programmers for Distributed Systems

Richard Lyman richard.lyman at parsci.com
Wed Sep 26 22:45:22 CEST 2012

Hi folks,

Parallel Scientific is looking for Haskell developers for distributed
systems work.

Parallel Scientific, Inc. is a Boulder, CO based funded startup
company working in the area of scalable parallelization.  We seek
experienced Haskell programmers to build a sophisticated,
ultra-scalable high availability framework to be used in conjunction
with scientific applications, big data applications and I/O systems.
We are primarily seeking candidates in Northern England, central
France and/or Germany but candidates in other locations will be
considered.  Relocation to these places can be discussed.

Parallel Scientific was founded by Dr Peter Braam in 2010. Peter
formerly taught mathematics and computer science at Oxford and
Carnegie Mellon. Then he contributed file systems to Linux and
invented Lustre (which provides storage to 9 of the top 10 systems in
the world). He ran several successful startups, and Parallel
Scientific is run by an very experienced management team and board.

Successful candidates will work in a modern virtual environment in
their homes.  Some travel may be required.  We provide training in
advanced processes for software design and implementation and domain
specific knowledge.

Required skills:
   Capability to design and implement sophisticated distributed
       algorithms (quorum, liveness, lock management, barriers)
   Very strong background in computer science or mathematics
   Experience with Haskell, or network and cluster programming in
      other functional languages (e.g. Erlang)
   Knowledge of systems programming and operating systems functionality

Experience in one or more of the following areas is desirable:
   Experience in high availability clustering projects
   Experience with internals of sophisticated distributed I/O and/or
      database systems

To apply, please send a resume to jobs at parsci.com.


Rich Lyman
richard.lyman at parsci.com
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