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March 12, 2014

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Bloomberg Sports is Hiring

by Baseball Prospectus


Bloomberg Sports is seeking applicants for the two positions below. For more information, click on the linked job titles or contact BSports Application Developer Craig Glaser via email or Twitter.

Video Software Engineer

THE ROLE:
Join the elite team of developers at Bloomberg Sports working on our next-generation professional video solution. We are looking for a strong developer with a get-it-done attitude to help us bring our cutting edge video applications to market. This product will be used by professional sports teams to capture, encode, process, and distribute in-stadium high definition video from multiple angles simultaneously. These videos will also be integrated into Bloomberg Sports' state-of-the-art professional analytics tool used by front offices throughout MLB.

A successful candidate will work on the core web service that binds the video solution together. In addition to an excellent grasp of technology, important attributes include excellent communication skills, a passion for sports, and the drive to help grow our company into the leader in sports analytics worldwide.

Qualifications:
- Significant experience with Java, C++
- Experience with video technologies (encoding, streaming, etc.)
- Experience with HTML5, Ruby on Rails, JavaScript, jQuery, SQL, iOS development is an asset
- Passionate about sports
- Advanced problem solving skills
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills
- Self-motivated and detail-oriented with a desire to design and develop sports-related software applications

Ruby Software Engineer

THE ROLE:
Join the elite team of developers at Bloomberg Sports working on our next- generation professional baseball solution. We are looking for a strong developer with a get-it-done attitude to help us bring our cutting edge applications to market. This product, a state-of-the-art professional analytics tool, is used by front offices throughout MLB.

A successful candidate will work on the back end that binds the professional solution together. In addition to an excellent grasp of technology, important attributes include excellent communication skills, a passion for sports, and
the drive to help grow our company into the leader in sports analytics worldwide.

Qualifications:
- Experience with Ruby on Rails
- Strong computer science fundamentals, including databases
- Experience with HTML5, JavaScript, jQuery, SQL, iOS development is an asset
- Experience with video technologies (encoding, streaming, etc.) is an asset
- Passionate about sports
- Advanced problem solving skills
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills
- Self-motivated and detail-oriented with a desire to design and develop sports-related software applications

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