[LRUG] [Job] Data geeks sought

Viktor Tron viktor.tron at gmail.com
Mon May 16 17:33:53 PDT 2011

Hi Henry,

I'd be interested hearing more about these opportunities.
In fact I was registered for the milkroundabout but could not go in the  

I have worked mostly on machine learning, language technology and  
currently a
research engineer at Nuance. In the past 4 years I have been using ruby on
rails for various company internal apps as well as commmercial web apps  
and in fact ruby/rails
is my most uptodate expert skill.

All my life I worked with huge datasets mostly of natural language and  
very good with
data mining, statistics, visualisation as well as natural language and  
speech technology.

This is a unique combo that you describe, a promising mix of my current  
passion for RoR and my carreer
expertise spiced with a startup feel.

Please look at my linked in profile: http://uk.linkedin.com/in/viktortron

Just a quick hello to touch base about this.
Let me know if you wish to take this further


On Mon, 16 May 2011 16:40:24 +0100, Henry Garner <henry.garner at mac.com>  

> Hello LRUG-ers,
> Amazing turnout at yesterday's Silicon Milkroundabout! If you're hoping  
> to work for an exciting London startup, please read on...
> We're looking for back-end developers of all levels who can join our  
> small team and help us build out our collaborative filtering engines and  
> publishing network. If you're inspired by realtime analytics, big data  
> or natural language processing we'd love to hear from you. We're  
> technology opportunists and manage a diverse software stack of NoSQL  
> (Redis, HBase, MongoDB). Our first love is Ruby, but we'll also use  
> Erlang or other JVM languages where it makes sense. You will be helping  
> identify and develop new techniques and tools, and grow our existing  
> (mainly cloud) infrastructure.
> We're based in a lovely office in Shoreditch and have positions  
> available on both short-term contracts and permanent positions. If  
> you're interested, please contact henry at likely.co together with anything  
> you think we should know about you, or would like to know about us.
> Thanks,
> Henry

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