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WildCog Seeks Senior Database Engineer (San Francisco/Mountain View, CA)
March 03, 2009 @ 17:55:23

Company Wildcog.com
Location San Francisco, CA
Title Senior Database Engineer (Contract-to-Hire)
Summary

We are working with a successful San Francisco based company that has created a virtual world online game, which has become a cultural phenomena. Our Client has had tremendous success since their launch a couple of years ago.

We are looking for an senior software / database engineer to take a very large scale single database based MMO and re-engineer both the database and the applications. This app is scaling rapidly, so our client is looking to shard the DB appropriately and re-write how the applications access data in this new distributed architecture.

Tech is:

  • C++,
  • some Python,
  • MySQL in a RESTful context

This company is based in San Francisco but they also have Mountain View office. This is a contract for 3-6 months with a verry high probability of going full time if there is a mutual agreement between the client and the consultant.

Please contact Anya Tatareno at anya@wildcog.com, 415-269-6293.

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