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SpringSource is hiring JS developers

SpringSource is hiring JS developers

From:
Christopher Hunt
Date:
2012-06-19 @ 00:31
Hi everyone,

My background is that I am a SpringSource engineer and I am also the main 
committer of a string of related JS tooling initiatives at The Codehaus 
(1). 

We're presently hiring within the SpringSource division of VMware and we 
need a strong JS developer (or two). I'm the only JS dev developing for a 
new and exciting next-gen runtime platform and we need more than just 
little ol' me. The work is exciting, the work arrangements are flexible 
and I think it is quite rare (and fun) opportunity.

The actual job position can be found using the link below.


http://jobs.vmware.com/job/North-Sydney-Senior-Engineer%2C-Runtime-Platform-Job-NSW/1944086/

It'd be great to come along tomorrow night and generally mix with 
like-minded front-end developers. If there's a way that this can be 
achieved then please let me know as I see that it is booked out.

I can be contacted directly via:

christopherh at 
vmware dot com

I look forward to hearing from you!

Kind regards,
Christopher Hunt
VMware R&D, SpringSource Division

(1) http://mojo.codehaus.org/javascript-maven-tools/index.html

Re: [sydjs] SpringSource is hiring JS developers

From:
Jared Wyles
Date:
2012-06-19 @ 00:37
You brought maven to javascript?

You sire, are a witch.

Other wise looks like an awesome job :)

On Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 10:31 AM, Christopher Hunt
<christopherh@vmware.com>wrote:

> Hi everyone,
>
> My background is that I am a SpringSource engineer and I am also the main
> committer of a string of related JS tooling initiatives at The Codehaus (1).
>
> We're presently hiring within the SpringSource division of VMware and we
> need a strong JS developer (or two). I'm the only JS dev developing for a
> new and exciting next-gen runtime platform and we need more than just
> little ol' me. The work is exciting, the work arrangements are flexible and
> I think it is quite rare (and fun) opportunity.
>
> The actual job position can be found using the link below.
>
>
> 
http://jobs.vmware.com/job/North-Sydney-Senior-Engineer%2C-Runtime-Platform-Job-NSW/1944086/
>
> It'd be great to come along tomorrow night and generally mix with
> like-minded front-end developers. If there's a way that this can be
> achieved then please let me know as I see that it is booked out.
>
> I can be contacted directly via:
>
> christopherh at
> vmware dot com
>
> I look forward to hearing from you!
>
> Kind regards,
> Christopher Hunt
> VMware R&D, SpringSource Division
>
> (1) http://mojo.codehaus.org/javascript-maven-tools/index.html
>
>

Re: [sydjs] SpringSource is hiring JS developers

From:
Christopher Hunt
Date:
2012-06-19 @ 01:45
On 19/06/2012, at 10:37 AM, Jared Wyles wrote:

> You brought maven to javascript?
> 
> You sire, are a witch.
LOL. I would argue that Node's package.json and NPM has borrowed heavily 
from Maven. :-)

That said, my goals were to automate:

* project comprehension
* CI
* CD
* static dependency resolution
* version management
* namespace management (AMD)
* linting code
* minification
* documentation (JS DOC)
* deployment of artifacts in a well known repository
* packaging

> 
> Other wise looks like an awesome job :)
Thanks! It is has taken about 2 years!

Re: [sydjs] SpringSource is hiring JS developers

From:
Lachlan Hardy
Date:
2012-06-19 @ 02:22
I've got a bargain for you, Christopher.

You can come along tomorrow night if you promise to give some kind of
talk in future on how you do the voodoo you do.

Deal?

Re: [sydjs] SpringSource is hiring JS developers

From:
Christopher Hunt
Date:
2012-06-19 @ 02:27
Lol - someone already mentioned that the reservation is just to determine 
the volume of pizza and beer required!

I'll happily give a talk on MJS anytime though.

See you tomorrow night!

On 19/06/2012, at 12:22 PM, Lachlan Hardy wrote:

> I've got a bargain for you, Christopher.
> 
> You can come along tomorrow night if you promise to give some kind of
> talk in future on how you do the voodoo you do.
> 
> Deal?