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Cool job alert: Orioles seek full-stack developer

Want to help power baseball's analytics revolution?

Oriole Park at Camden Yards. (Photo by Flickr user Keith Allison, used under a Creative Commons license)

Like baseball? Want to use your dev skills to help the home team? The dawn of a new season at Camden Yards brings a new chance to make the squad.
A job posting on Stack Overflow says the Orioles are seeking a full-stack developer for baseball systems. The focus of the job is running the full life-cycle of a new system for player management and scouting.
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The Orioles are looking for someone who can develop the system, calculate and manage the stats and data that it contains and build interactive tools. The person must also have a willingness to work “non-traditional hours.”
The O’s reached out to the local dev community in hosting a baseball hackathon last year, and talked data at TEDCO’s Entrepreneur Expo. Here’s your chance to step up to the plate.

Companies: Baltimore Orioles

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