Jobs at littleBits and Neverware | The Business
Don’t let post-holiday malaise, the extra ten pounds, or the polar vortex get you down. There’s enough happening this week to forestall any serious existential doubts. Check it out.
Wednesday: Gamification in UX, 6pm
In this Apatow-era of stalled adolescence, if it’s not a game, we’re not interested. Or are we? This event from the New York Tech Council will feature a debate between experts in the field of gamification. Tickets run non-members $20. Get them here.
Location: XO Group, 195 Broadway
Thursday – Startup Dinner, 7:30pm
Ring in 2014’s tech meetups with this Amusemi dinner for startup heads. Featuring special guest Steven Rosenbaum, CEO of Magnify.net, you can register here.
littleBits – VP Marketing
Not only is littleBits shaping up to be the next Legos, the company also offers some sweet perks for employees out of its Greenwich Village HQ. The company is looking for a marketing exec with more than ten years experience selling consumer products or educational product sets. Plug in herefor more information.
Neverware – Senior Software Engineer
The New York-based company that’s helping schools use old computers with new software is on a tear lately – on New Year’s Eve, they announced raising $3 million in Series A funding. If you’ve got more than five years experience in agile development, and a strong background in Linux and Python, you could join their team. Get the details here (and click on positions).
If you’re not running a school and are actually looking to get rid of your old electronics, Downtown Alliance is hosting a recycling event on Saturday. Get the details here.
Now go forth (and give ’em the business).
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