The company where I worked last summer, GrammaTech, is hiring, and I've been asked to help refer qualified and interested candidates. I've sent a couple of people their way already, but they're growing fast, and they need a lot more, so I'm sounding the call.
While I was at GT last summer, they hit employee #40. This is a great time to join the company: they're still small enough that everyone knows each other, but big enough to compete for large research contracts, like the $13 million multi-year contract for software security research that they were awarded last year. If you have a computer science degree or three, and if living in Ithaca and working at a friendly place that's a mix of research lab and product company sounds good to you, you should go take a look at the open positions. Who, in particular, should apply? Well, if you're interested in things like software verification, SMT solvers, and static analysis (particularly of executables), or if you're a compiler person or a C/C++ generalist, this job might be for you. But if you don't know anything about any of that stuff yet, this job might still be for you, as long as you're prepared to learn a lot.