[Haskell-cafe] CDelta and Haskell

Tysha Moore tysha at pyrofex.net
Thu Apr 25 19:21:00 UTC 2019

Haskell Developers,

   We at Pyrofex Corporation are working on an exciting new project called CDelta (cdelta.io <http://cdelta.io/>), a transaction based blockchain that will compete with Visa and Venmo.  This blockchain is written in Haskell and we are looking for build a team of Haskell developers here in Utah to bring this project to fruition.  Our job description is below.  We would LOVE to hear from you.  

Cryptocurrency Software Engineer

Are you ready to work for a company of engineers, managed by engineers, and focused on engineers and the work they can do? Your opportunity to work with a brilliant team that’s developing world-changing technology is here—seize it!

At Pyrofex, we do things differently: we hire great engineers, give them the tools to do great things, and expect them to do so. We are invested in each team member's growth and foster a workplace that celebrates accomplishments and hard work by focusing on our engineers and what they need in order to be successful. 

Pyrofex is hiring. Show us your best work.

About Us

Pyrofex Corporation is changing the blockchain game and quickly growing a world-class team to do it. As one of Utah Valley’s first cryptocurrency startups, founded in 2016 by ex-Googlers Mike Stay and Nash Foster, Pyrofex is busy creating next-generation blockchain platforms that are simple, secure, and always reliable. We take pride in our work. We set high expectations for everyone, from our founders to each team member, and as a result we deliver extraordinary products and services. 

At Pyrofex, we hire for strength, not for lack of weakness. We hire for capability and talent, not specific knowledge of a tool or language. We hire people who have a passion for quality and innovation. Each team member achieves great things in an environment supporting both independence and collaboration.   

About You
You collaborate well with others to design and architect our complex systems. You take the amorphous sets of needs and use cases and distill these into written designs and specifications. You demonstrate a fastidious attention to detail, knowledge of your programming tools, and the ability to regularly produce working, correct code.  You are interested in building high-performance, high-bandwidth networks, and solving interesting problems.  

Pyrofex hires engineers at all levels of experience—from current students to engineers with decades of experience.  Our engineers have worked on compilers, system software, distributed data storage, service and reliability, and JavaScript language security features through their careers.  The path each of us has taken to get here is unique and we suspect the same will be true of our best employees. 

We are most interested in hiring strong programmers with experience working with large datasets and peer-to-peer networking.  We desire to hear from candidates with experience with functional programming (Scala, Clojure, F#, SCheme, Haskell) and encryption technology.  Our most successful candidates also have a background in computer science, but if you think this job is for you, we'll take a look. 

About the Job
Developers on our team design, implement, test, deploy, and manage a variety of systems and products using technologies like Haskell, GNU/Linux, and C/C++.  The engineers on this team will design, implement, test, deploy, and manage a large-scale global software system using Linux and the JVM. Pyrofex builds cryptocurrency systems and large-scale distributed and decentralized applications.

If this sounds good to you, then e-mail us at jobs at pyrofex.net <mailto:jobs at pyrofex.net> with the subject line, “AWW MAN! I CAN”T WAIT!!!” and your resume or linkedin profile. We would also enjoy a cover letter telling us about your work ethic and your favorite project. If you can send us examples of your code, that would be most excellent.

Tysha Moore
Talent Acquisition Specialist
Pyrofex Corporation
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