Sencha Con Attendees: I Need You

Love working with Sencha frameworks? Want to come work with me on the next generation? I moved on to C3 Energy about a year ago, where we are busily building the operating system for the largest machine ever conceived by humans – the Smart Grid.

The Smart Grid is an amazing concept that’s being rolled out right now. C3 Energy is the only company in existence that addresses the full stack of Smart Grid architecture – from generation through transmission and end-user consumption.

But what’s that got to do with JavaScript? Well, my team gets to work on building the UI that powers everything that happens on the smart grid. We have some unique requirements that have led us to write our own beautiful little framework, optimized for end-user performance and developer productivity. Naturally, this leaves me feeling like this:

Success Kid

We’re a small (70 person) company of exceptionally talented people. We have a staggeringly successful collection of people both on the board and as the executive team.

We’d like to attract more people like us, and the Sencha community is the perfect place to look – especially given how much the framework has been inspired by what I helped create at Sencha.

If you’re intrigued but don’t know much about this space, I can’t recommend this video enough. This is a presentation our CEO Tom Siebel gave a few months back, introducing why the company exists, which problems it’s solving, and why we’re doing what we’re doing. If you can watch this without getting excited, this probably isn’t for you :)

siebs

You’ll get to work alongside people like this every day at C3. It’s really an incomparable feeling, and I’d love to introduce you to it. If you’re interested in finding out more in a low pressure way, drop me a comment or a tweet (@edspencer) or come grab me so I can buy you a beer.

2 Responses to Sencha Con Attendees: I Need You

  1. Pingback: Sencha Con 2013 Wrapup | Ed Spencer

  2. Devin Michaels says:

    Dropped you a mail :)

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