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\nYou love the idea of building impactful visualizations that millions of people will experience, live, during presentations, class lectures, or broadcast events. You obsess over every last detail of data visualization from the tick of an axis to the smoothness of animation. You’re extremely thorough with testing because you know that if your code blows up onstage during an event, you’ve lost the trust of the presenter and the entire audience. You favor intuitive, scannable visualizations to esoteric ones that look cool. You prize clarity and truthfulness over glitz and glam in your designs.\n\nWorking with a great team of engineers is an important foundation for building and distributing your visualizations. We’re in the midst of breaking apart our core Ruby on Rails web app into a pure JSON API and a front end that consists of several single-page JavaScript applications. We also have some nifty Backbone.js integrations with firehose.io, our home grown realtime web framework.\n\nDid you know that we ship a purpose-built web browser within PowerPoint and Keynote that is programmable via JavaScript? Think of it as Cordova for presentation applications that has native hooks into presentation software, like start/stop presentation, and next/previous slide.


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