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Hot Stove Career League: Dyn Looking To Sign Developers, Database Architects

It is the hot stove season in baseball and even though your friends at the mighty Dyn Inc. already field one of the strongest teams found anywhere, we’re following the Red Sox method and want to keep adding more all-star talent in several key areas.

Our company — recognized four times as one of the state’s best companies to work for by Business New Hampshire Magazine — had a great 2010, making big splashes in acquiring EveryDNS, EditDNS and email services provider SendLabs, in addition to launching Dynect SMB and adding even more partners to its already awesome network. Simply put, when it comes to Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), there’s no one better to put your trust in.

With these changes comes the need to keep adding talent to support some awesome initiatives we have for 2011 and beyond. All of these spots are full-time, salaried and located right here in Manchester, New Hampshire. (If you’ve never visited our area, you should.)

With all that said, here what we’re looking for in our next group of home run hitters:

Desktop Application Developer

You will mainly work in maintaining and developing new features for popular Windows desktop client applications. You’re going to develop new features and UI elements in the application and installer, developing a testing framework, writing clear documentation for our support team and debugging any issues found in the clients. You will also probably laugh at yours truly as I try to talk tech. I’m a marketing guy…c’mon now.

Join our club.

Database Architect

You’re a hybrid cyborg of awesomeness: part database admin, part database engineer and part data analyst. You’re the subject matter expert on storage, replication, backup and availability. Plainly put, you love everything about data. You’ll own operational maintenance of relational databases and defining the structure, storage and access of large data sets. There are some specific requirements and desired capabilities, but if you qualify, this is a great opportunity to join an awesome team.

It’s go time.

Network Performance Developer

We need a solid network operations developer that will monitor and and gauge performance needs of all the different services we offer. You’ll develop and implement the tools and technologies necessary to identify those pesky bottlenecks before we hit them. If you can work in a team environment but crank it out on your own, that’s a huge plus. You should have experience with database and storage software/hardware and especially high availability and failover technologies.

Perform at a higher level.

Need more info? Check out all of these listings in full and also our benefits which can’t be beat. (Free lunch every Tuesday was enough to get me, but the pot was sweetened even more by paid time off, health and dental coverage, profit sharing, etc.)

As someone starting their fourth week here, I can honestly tell you this is an awesome place to work and succeed, filled with other like-minded people that want to accomplish big goals and maintain a fun lifestyle while doing it. If you are looking for a chance and fit into the above, let us know you’re out there and whatever you do, come strong!

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Whois: Josh Nason

Josh Nason is a Reputation Manager at Oracle Dyn Global Business Unit, a pioneer in managed DNS and a leader in cloud-based infrastructure that connects users with digital content and experiences across a global internet.

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