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. 
 
Responsibilities/Duties:
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.
Experience:
* 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
Pluses:
++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 jason@blueye.com 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