Here’s a potentially interesting bit of news for cryptocurrency enthusiasts that may be looking for a job.
The job listing is posted over at Lever, which you can view by following this link.
Here’s what they need, according to the listing:
[blockquote style=”2″]reddit is looking for a couple engineers with extremely strong discrete mathematics or computer science backgrounds to explore new technology applications and infrastructure involving the blockchain and cryptocurrency.[/blockquote]
Of course, we could only begin to guess just what the company is up to, but it’s interesting nonetheless. And if you’re looking to take them up on their offer, you’ll need some coding skills:
[blockquote style=”2″]You should have direct working experience with C or C++, plus at least a handful of other languages. For reference, reddit is written in Python on Pylons talking to Cassandra, PostgreSQL, Memcached, ZooKeeper and more all running on Linux. It is hosted on Amazon AWS.[/blockquote]
In addition, the applicant’s background should include a BS in science, math, or physics, and they should have a minimum of 3 years experience in professional programming in a small-to-medium company or companies.
This should get interesting, don’t you think?