HuntForce is HIRING
Looking for an experienced Web Application Architect, with extensive experience in Architecture, Deployment and Launch of large-scale web sites.
As the Web Application Architect you will be an integral member of the company, leading the technical arm of the company. You will architect future large-scale Internet and analytical capability and help improve platform services, as well as analyze current platforms to identify areas of improvements and leverage your expertise to assist the development staff.
Will be responsible for:
Hands-on leadership of internal development teams to design and implement platform services to support future product lines, create feature enhancements, architecture, deployment and launch of large-scale web sites within a IaaS environment.
Hands-on leadership of the development, architecture, deployment, launch and continued operations of HuntForce's large-scale web site and future product lines. (Web-based, mobile and thick-client)
Leading initiatives with third-parties as needed for integration of solutions such as payment gateways, taxation services, email, and customer/community support
Desired Skills & Experience
Minimum 7-10yrs of Web based enterprise system design, development and software development experience, including experience within an IaaS or SaaS environment REQUIRED
Minimum of 7-10yrs experience in profiling web-based applications and providing design & implementation improvements to help tune applications for optimal performance is REQUIRED
Minimum of 3yrs experience with large-scale data caching and persistence solutions, examples include Memcached, Redis, and/or MongoDB is REQUIRED
Minimum of 3yrs experience working with NoSQL and BigData technology stacks, including Hadoop, Map/Reduce, and/or Hive, is REQUIRED
Recent experience with Node.js / Express is PREFERRED
Experience with Backbone.js is PREFERRED
Interest in hunting is PREFERREDover 4 years ago
Visual feed of quantum random numbers built using node.js/express/socket.io: http://qrand-6081.onmodulus.net/. Wrote and deployed this in 3 hours early this morning based on my existing node modules https://github.com/cbumgard/node-qrand and https://github.com/cbumgard/node-boot. Enjoy!about 5 years ago
Yahoo says: "We scale with node.js" That is probably one of the best informations about node (product side), so many people requesting benchmarks of node.. Linkedin and Yahoo approves this topic.
Released https://github.com/cbumgard/node-dwolla-masspay this week -- makes it easy to send money to your users via Dwolla (like we do in our online marketplace). They wrote about it on their blog here: http://blog.dwolla.com/masspay-nodejs/. Hope it's helpful!about 5 years ago
Hi all, check out http://node-boot.herokuapp.com. It's a turnkey starting point for node web apps based on a express / jade / socket.io / bootstrap / mongo / redis / passport stack. What you see on the site is what you get when you run the code.
It's not a framework, but rather a forkable starting point with boilerplate and wiring taken care of already to jumpstart a new project. It's a ready-to-deploy solution (running on Heroku with all free add-ons requiring minimal config). I've been doing this solo up till now in my spare time, have lots more in mind, and would love feedback and/or pull-requests. You can fork it at https://github.com/cbumgard/node-boot.
I'm planning on updating the blog with further how-tos, but you can just fill in the blanks in the config files and deploy straight to Heroku. I'm using a totally free stack on Heroku with the following add-ons: MongoLab, RedisToGo, and SendGrid.
--Chrisover 5 years ago
Here's a presentation I gave at Klout's HQ back in April on the stack I used to build https://askyourusers.com - I've learned a lot since but might be interesting still: https://speakerdeck.com/cbumgard/into-the-wild-with-nodejs-and-web-appsover 5 years ago