This year CyberWatcher has entered a Pan-European research program Blogforever.
For this program and our further roll out of new services – we need a talented .net programmer to join our team – including developing the next generation blog crawler and analyzer.
This is a unique opportunity to work with an entire SaaS platform – in a small highly experienced R&D team.
CyberWatcher has been awarded several times for its innovating .NET software. Join us to reach next level!
Work task and responsiblities
You will be working in an innovative environment – as part of a very experienced team of .NET programmers.
Among your responsibilities will be:
- New crawler and connectors for data retrievals
- Further development on our search engine – towards txt minding and analytical capability
- User interface for new functions within media monitoring services
- Testing and finalizing new software modules
- Part of maintenance and further developing our 24/7 server farm of monitoring news in 180 countries, including the largest news farm in the Nordic region - consisting of 200 million historic news links.
You will be working together with our R&D team the search engine and monitoring software. The latter is being developed in the very latest version of .NET. and C#. One topic right now is use of MEF (Managed Extensibility Framework)
Desired Skills & Experience
Competence and experience needed
Competence within WCF, C#, MEF and MAF and MSSQL
Desired knowledge and interest within: Machine learning, parsing, entity extraction and search engines like Solr
Method: Scrum and Agility
Ability to combine creativity with scalability when programming new features
Interest for user interface and architecture
Fluent in English
Required: Nordic passport – or at least EU (Schengen)
Structured and analytical
Creative in finding new solutions
Positive and service minded
Ability to work in team
CyberWatcher develops SaaS software within news search engine and monitoring services.
More than 20,000 enterprises in 15 countries benefit from these services on daily business, either receiving news letter or finding updated news integrated in another service. The CyberWatcher technology has been awarded internationally several times, last time in 2010.
The headquarter of CyberWatcher is located at Lysaker outside Oslo in Norway.