Carl Baatz | 2 May 10:10 2013

Haskell job / adaptive learning

Dear Haskellers,

Erudify ( is looking for software engineers to join our team. We are developing an
autonomous interactive online tutor. We sell our product to enterprise and provide it for free to schools
and consumers.

We are looking for software engineers who are smart and friendly, have several years of programming
experience, and a passion for building practical and high quality software. Haskell is our main language
and we are using JavaScript on the client side.

The field of automated learning and teaching is still in its infancy and we are thrilled about the work we are
doing to improve how people learn.

So what are we looking for? We expect you to prefer design principles compatible with Unix and the Web. You
make an effort to learn new technologies that could be helpful and you work to master those you already use.
You have worked with a broad range of technologies in your career. You get things done and realise that
trade-offs are necessary, but compromising the long-term goal is not. You have experience with Haskell,
but might not be an expert.

Erudify consists of eleven people -- six of us are Engineers, of which four are specialised in Haskell (with
another Haskeller joining soon). We are based in Z├╝rich and our working language is English.

Please email us at jobs <at> if you are curious. Also, two of our engineers, Bas van Dijk and Simon
Meier, will be at the Odessa hackathon from 2 May to 6 May -- they'd be delighted to chat with you.

Best wishes,

Carl Baatz