Now Hiring: Software Engineer

Blueye Creative is a social media technology start-up that works with a wide variety of clients, from mobile start-ups to Fortune 500 Brands. Blueye has recently launched the leading social commerce solution for brands to build customer loyalty programs on web, mobile & social. 
We are looking for a full-time programmer that is a good communicator, works well as a team member, has the ability to communicate with clients and is a forward thinker in regard to better ways of doing things when ideas are presented. We are a fun group of people who work hard and know how to play hard. The ideal candidate is a team player, loves start-up life, and is an adventure seeker as there is always an opportunity to learn new things. 
Work within a development and a design team on client-based projects of varying size and degree. Depending on your experience level, you could be asked to work under a lead developer, or take on primary development yourself.
Work with Project Manager, Designer, and client to develop a strategy for projects, create and follow timelines for projects.
Build new stuff, fix old broken stuff.
* Strong MVC experience with PHP
* HTML5 / CSS3 and cross-browser and mobile support
* JavaScript (jQuery)
* Version control
* Working knowledge of using graphics tools to create and slice web graphics
++Experience developing native iOS/android applications++
Experience with Drupal or WordPress module/plugin development
Experience with Ruby or Python
Experience building scalable web applications
Experience with Amazon Web Services
Interested applicants should send their resume to as well as links to your GitHub account if available.

Facebook Acquires Atlas. Now What?

Originally Posted in: AllFacebook | MediaPost | Adotas | Cynopsis 

AtlasLogo Attribution is the key here. Facebook hasn’t been at the forefront of return-on-investment driven metrics (especially as compared to Google). But brands need to — and should be able to — understand how a user’s Facebook activity influences purchase decision. This allows Facebook to participate in the ROI conversation much better than before — now that it can track a paid click to a user purchase. Continue reading