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Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 20 Jan 2010

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 20 Jan 2010

Podcast MP3 | iTunes | Audio feed | Length: 32mins

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We’re hiring

Evernote is currently looking to fill two positions:

  • Senior Web Application Engineer
  • QA Manager

Learn more about the positions here.

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5 Comments RSS

  • Dave "The Technical Guy" Engberg

    Geez, since Andrew was too cheap to license this song to play during my modeling segment, you need to open this in a separate tab when we start talking about T-Shirts:

  • tyra busby

    i am new to evernote. i am trying to find out how to send pics from my phone to mt evernote account/ can you help me with this>


  • Senior PHP Software Engineer

    I didn’t appreciate the comment, “So no PHP script kiddies” in reference to hiring a software engineer for Evernote. I’m a very accomplished senior PHP software engineer who heads up a decent sized PHP development team. I personally build automation and production systems handling millions of dollars of product a week for a large company, all built on PHP applications.

    Not everyone who works with PHP is a script kiddie. Perhaps the comment was to weed out less experienced developers from applying, but it certainly sounded as if their was a clear bias against anyone working with this language.

    As a long time proponent and premium user of Evernote, I’m personally offended about this comment.

  • Phil Libin

    I made that comment. No offense intended. There are a lot of people who got a third of the way through a PHP book and call themselves web engineers. You’re clearly not one of them. Could have said it about any language, but PHP came to mind because I always think it’s funny that it used to stand for “Personal Home Page”. Nothing wrong with the language itself if you know what you’re doing.

  • Alex

    An e-ink Evernote would be a reason to buy a Kindle. Will you be looking at the newly released SDK in the near future? Thanks.