We are currently hiring extraordinary engineers to help us realize our visions about how tomorrows social media landscape could look like. Solving one or more of our puzzles can get you a good head start and a ticket to China!
If you think that you got what it takes, don't hesitate.
At P1, we believe in choosing the best tool for the job. To handle the complex computations on our back-end servers, we employ Google's open-source programming language Go – a concurrent compiled language offering efficiency and robust error recovery. While we're excited about Go, we don't expect you to know it in advance. We do, however, expect you to be willing to explore and experiment with new languages, while learning and evolving as a developer. In other words: We want to find the right people, not just the right backgrounds.
You should write your code in either C, C++, Java, Python or Go. When you are done with your hack please send your code to email@example.com, include your source code files as attachments and use the specific problem id as subject line of your email. (i.e.: Puzzle ID: catvsdog).
The P1 Team
Our office is like a melting pot.
We got everything from French DJ's to Swedish Green Peace activists and Shanghainese Data Yogi's.
Meet two of them:
Programming-competition-winner-business-school-graduate-at-the same-time-as-he-finished-Computer-science-degree-and-learnt-Russian-on-the-side Engineer.
After Sweden, another nation famous for winning Eurovision Song Contest: Finland. This former heavy weight lifter for the Finnish national team sings to glory of well written code and rants against nested if-statements. You've been warned!
Let's build a small application (Android or iOS) for browsing online courses retrieved from a public REST API.
Why not start with a simple problem.
Write a problem that computes the difference between non-negative integers.
Yi has moved to Sweden and now goes to school here. The first years of schooling she got in China, and the curricula do not match completely...
The island municipality of Soteholm is required to write a plan of action for their work with emission of greenhouse gases.
The latest reality show has hit the TV: “Cat vs. Dog”. In this show, a bunch of cats and dogs compete for the very prestigious Best Pet Ever title.
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