At Oath, our mission is to simplify the internet for consumers and creators by unleashing the world’s most talented builders of culture and code. We’re transforming the way people around the globe connect with information, entertainment, and each other. We’re looking for team members with exceptional imaginations, the ability to collaborate in a fast-paced environment, and a sense of wonder and excitement about the future of online.
Here’s why being an Apache HBase committer is a big deal
What even is a committer? We spoke to two Oath researchers about what it means and why it’s important in the world of tech.
To close the tech skills gap, developing interest is essential
The tech sector is experiencing an immense skills gap, with fewer qualified persons than there are available jobs. How can we close it? Get children interested young.
Java engineer from China sees Dublin as second hometown
Yang Song, a Java engineer at AOL, talks to Siliconrepublic.com about the view from AOL’s Kilmainham offices, and her struggles with the wind.
If you want to become a software engineer, you’re probably already on the way to completing a relevant degree or course, such as computer science. But there is so much more to software engineering than programming and technical skills. We spoke to Sean Keeley, a software engineer at Oath, about the other skills he uses in his role.
‘I’ve had a pretty great experience and can attribute that to having wonderful role models to look up to and go to for advice’