Looking for Python Developers

February 11, 2014

We are Zerodha (Wikipedia), one of the fastest growing financial services companies in India. We are working on some exciting financial technology and products that’ll set new benchmarks in the Indian markets soon!

If you are a (full stack would be great!) Python developer with good experience developing web apps, please talk to us.

We’re looking for:
– Good Python skills
– Strong web development experience (including good knowledge of HTML5/CSS)
– Good knowledge of databases (preferably PostGres, MySQL. Bonus if you’ve worked with NoSQL databases)

If you have developed personal / hobby projects, or have projects you’ve worked on to show, we’re very eager to look at them.

PS: We want to see your work, not your academic scores!

Job Perks

– New laptop / desktop
– Unlimited green tea over chess matches
– Flexible working hours
and lots more …

Zerodha

Your friendly neighborhood discount brokerage

20 comments

  1. vin says:

    Any info regarding the package?

  2. loke4300sh says:

    @Nithin : i have stock lending and borrowing expeirnce (US Domestic Equity)…would you happen to have any openings in this field.

  3. Srinivas says:

    @Nithin
    First of all. thank you very much for excellent initiative to start Zerodha. Really, its a dream place for traders.

    I am currently using the android version of zerodha on my nexus4 phone. some problems i am facing are
    1) When i am in market watch view, I am not able to go to main view where i can see position, trade book, order book …. I do not find any icon that takes me to those options. Presently i am doing in indirect way: I press any stock in market watch and press buy/sell then i can see the options like position,tradebook, orderbook, limits etc….
    2) Very frequently it logs me off. Is it possible to increase the time out or provide a option to define timeout values

    Apart from this, I do not see much research reports like daily technical views etc on Zerodha. I am very good in technical analysis and produced very good hit in positional calls earlier. Do you think i can help you for daily newsletter etc. You can see my performance for some days and then decide 🙂
    Srini

  4. Ram says:

    @Nithin
    I have started developing a analysis software for my own use (and it’s open source) (and possibly trying to release a beta version by MAY)
    https://github.com/uberdeveloper/financials
    (Its just a stub page)

    Due to certain commitments, I may not be able to work full or part time but be interested in sharing ideas and the libraries I use

    And I do trade at Zerodha

    • Thanks Ram for getting in touch, and let us know how it develops.

      Cheers,

      • Ram says:

        I am using Scientific Python (Python + numpy + scipy + .. Pythonxy for windows) for development and am planning to use Semantic UI and D3 for web interface.
        I am following a modular design. (I don’t want to clutter this space with too much details and my design hence I have kept it short)

        Would update this post once I complete a user version but would like to collaborate during development

        🙂

  5. Bhaskar says:

    good blog

  6. Hemant M says:

    good blog

  7. Krishna Pal says:

    How to apply

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