|Hiring Elm developers at Prezi||Laszlo Pandy||1/22/14 10:04 AM|
TL;DR Now is the time to join Prezi if you want to be part of the first team to release Elm code to 30+ million users.
Less than a year ago, Prezi hired Evan to work on Elm so that one day in the future we would have a type-safe way to write web applications without the pain of event listeners. I thought it would take more than a year, but 8 months later we have all the pieces in place to start releasing projects written in Elm.
Prezi is a polyglot company. Across our frontend and backend teams, we use at least 13 different programming languages. In a single team you can expect to see 2 or 3 languages used for different tasks. We want you to help us make Elm one of the most important ones.
If you are interested, please email me directly or apply to the Compile-to-JS position on our jobs page:
|Re: Hiring Elm developers at Prezi||Cody Goodman||1/25/14 10:09 PM|
|Re: Hiring Elm developers at Prezi||Laszlo Pandy||1/26/14 2:03 PM|
|Re: Hiring Elm developers at Prezi||Cody Goodman||1/26/14 2:13 PM|
Well in that case I'll be sure to send in a resume!
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|Re: Hiring Elm developers at Prezi||Martin DeMello||1/26/14 2:19 PM|
that's awesome :) i keep trying to convince people i know who make hiring decisions that "hit the ground running" is a false economy, but few of them want to listen.
On Sun, Jan 26, 2014 at 2:03 PM, Laszlo Pandy <laszlo...@prezi.com> wrote:
|Re: Hiring Elm developers at Prezi||Francesco Sardo||3/25/14 10:50 AM|
I think regarding the reusable widget strategy what has been done with OM in Clojurescript is a fantastic implementation so far. I thought you guys could be interested https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMtwq3QtddY