Ayende @ Rahien

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My name is Oren Eini
Founder of Hibernating Rhinos LTD and RavenDB.
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Hibernating Rhinos PracticesWe are hiring again

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As part of this series, I wanted to take the time and let you know that we are hiring full time developers again.

This is applicable solely for developers in Israel.

We are working with C# (although I’ll admit that sometime we make it scream a little bit:

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Candidate should be able to provide a project (and preferably more than one) that we can look at to see their code. It has got to be your code. It is ain’t yours (if it is code that you wrote for an employer, or if it is a university code project) I don’t wanna see it.

We are talking about a full time employee position, working on RavenDB, Uber Profiler, RavenFS and a bunch of other stuff that I don’t want to talk about yet.

Ping me with your CV if you are interested.

More posts in "Hibernating Rhinos Practices" series:

  1. (22 Feb 2013) A Sample Project
  2. (06 Feb 2013) Design
  3. (05 Feb 2013) Pairing, testing and decision making
  4. (04 Feb 2013) We are hiring again
  5. (31 Jan 2013) Development Workflow
  6. (30 Jan 2013) Intro

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Damian Hickey

Good to hear that you guys are growing. Bodes well.

GordonS

I trust there will be the standard series of follow-up posts where you ritually humiliate various applicants? :D

GordonS

Oh, good!

Philip Løventoft

Just out of curiosity (maybe sometime in the future?): do you consider people willing to relocate to Israel?

Ayende Rahien

Philip, Yes, we probably would.

Stas

I wonder how would relocation work. As far as i remember you cannot get work permits for foreigners in IT/Software sector.

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