programmer, knowledgeTools, Berlin

David Lichteblau writes:

We are looking for a programmer at knowledgeTools in Berlin, Germany.

In our project we are using several programming languages, not just Lisp, but a large part of the code base is implemented in Common Lisp.
The ideal candidate for this job would be fluent in several programming languages, among them Common Lisp and JavaScript.

Python, Ruby, or C++ skills are also welcome. If you have experience in those languages, can transfer your skills to a new language, and would enjoy acquiring in-depth knowledge in Lisp, you would be just as welcome as a seasoned Lisp hacker.

If you are interested, please take a closer look at the job posting and contact us via email at Please include your resume with your first communication. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us directly.

Note that the posting is in German, although we would also consider
fluent speakers of English for this opening. Our office is in Berlin
and telecommuting will not be an option.

David Lichteblau

Research Assitant, OMRAS2 Project, London

Christophe Rhodes writes:

Although the primary component of this job isn’t Lisp-related, there’s plenty of Lisp use around the lab where this project is based and large amounts of opportunity for a motivated candidate to develop the project in their chosen direction, so I don’t think it is false advertising to request a listing for [this posting] on lispjobs.

Many thanks,