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QA Engineer at MakerBot Industries / Adafruit Jobs Board

QA Engineer at MakerBot Industries / Adafruit Jobs Board.

MakerBot Industries is a rapidly growing, Brooklyn-based startup that designs and manufactures low cost 3D printers. We make machines that make things! We’re deeply committed to open source hardware and software, and have the goal of getting these incredible tools into the hands of makers, inventors, and ordinary people around the world. Check us out in the New York Times
Wired, and on The Colbert Report.

We’re looking for a capable, driven QA Engineer that will join the team building and maintaining the MakerBot store, the Thingiverse community and more. Candidates should be strong web developers with front-end and back-end skills who work well independently and in pairs. We love people who love to make things, so tell us about what you’ve made.

MakerBot is on a hiring spree, there’s also:

Electrical Engineer
05-03-2012
MakerBot Industries
New York

Front-End Engineer
05-03-2012
MakerBot Industries
New York

Web Engineer
05-03-2012
MakerBot Industries
New York


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