MetaCarta Labs is a small team of enthusiastic, fast paced developers working directly under the CTO to develop prototypes and new products and facilitate developer outreach. MetaCarta Labs is taking a key role in geo-enabling the Web -- helping existing content owners to add geographic information to their content -- and has a long history of working with external developer communities through open source projects and conferences.
Okay, so it's a bit buzzword-riffic, but most people who've been long time readers know that I've been working at MetaCarta for two years, and I've really had a great time there. Some of the smartest people I know are my coworkers, and I've learned more working with them than I have anywhere else. I've travelled to conferences in other countries, met people from around the world, worked on several open source projects, and directly participated in a number of interesting revenue-building things within the company.
Interest in geo a must: experience in geo optional. We're looking for a web hacker, primarily: interest and experience in HTML and JS is pretty much a prerequisite for what we're looking for at the moment.
It's a cool gig: if you know anyone who might be interested, feel free to send them my way, either directly (firstname.lastname@example.org) or via the link above.