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Want the best seats in the house, then get on that SeatGeek tip!

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Russ D’Souza and Jack Groet­zinger left easy-breezy jobs doing man­age­ment con­sult­ing back in 2008. They’d known each oth­er since 2003, both attend­ing Dart­mouth Col­lege and run­ning a fur­ni­ture rental busi­ness togeth­er. Meet­ing dai­ly in a Boston cof­fee shop and com­mit­ting to get a start­up plan ini­ti­at­ed. They saw that Microsoft had bought a small air­line tick­et fore­cast­ing web­site for $115 mil­lion dol­lars and they said “We could do that, but for sports”. Thus the fast grow­ing ecom­merce start­up Seat­Geek was born. Seat­Geek con­sol­i­dates tick­ets for Broad­way shows, con­certs, and sport­ing events from pro­fes­sion­al bro­kers, scalpers, and fans. Their site made $155 mil­lion in tick­et sales last year. In a $5 bil­lion-plus sec­ondary tick­et mar­ket, that’s noth­ing, but they are tripling their total trans­ac­tion val­ue and dou­bling the annu­al rev­enue. They only charge an 8% com­mis­sion on sales from their enlist­ed sec­ondary tick­et providers. So SeatGeek’s “Deal Score” algo­rithm and inter­ac­tive sta­di­um seat­ing charts, let­ting their cus­tomers know whether they are actu­al­ly get­ting a deal or not, where­as oth­er sim­i­lar com­pa­nies keep it vague. They wouldn’t have been able to grow quite as fast either if it wasn’t for their immer­sion into the mobile shop­ping explo­sion. This got them the atten­tion…

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Web Engineer SeatGeek New York NY

The Overview Seat­Geek is look­ing for folks who are smart, curi­ous, and love build­ing web apps. Most of our cur­rent team is pret­ty full-stack capa­ble, so we don’t have par­tic­u­lar holes we’re try­ing to fill. Rather, we need to expand our team so that we can deal with the chal­lenge of con­stant­ly improv­ing a site that already serves mil­lions. We believe in deploy­ing code into pro­duc­tion every day, a flat engi­neer­ing team, rapid iter­a­tion, and an intense focus on user expe­ri­ence. We build most new fea­tures as stand­alone web ser­vices, and we open source them when­ev­er we can. If that’s intrigu­ing to you, drop us a line. What We’re Look­ing For Expe­ri­ence build­ing web apps. The more the mer­ri­er. We’ll be most inter­est­ed in check­ing out what you have built. Pas­sion­ate about web apps and code: You are opin­ion­at­ed about how soft­ware should work, inside and out Expert with at least one lan­guage (French does not count), and good with sev­er­al oth­ers The Tools We Use You absolute­ly do not need expe­ri­ence with all of these, but we thought you might be curi­ous: Lan­guages: Python, Ruby, and PHP (Sym­fony) Data­s­tores: MySQL, Mon­goDB, Elas­tic­Search and Redis Serv­er: Nginx, w/ Uni­corn and…

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