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\nWrinkl is building a fullstack Haskell team.\n\nCurrently, Wrinkl is working with Obsidian Systems, a leading Haskell software consulting company that uses a combination of cutting-edge and tried-and-true technologies to build custom software solutions, which range from seed-stage startups to multinational corporations. Wrinkl’s technology stack is based on Haskell, Reflex and Reflex-DOM, GHCJS, NixOS, PostgresSQL and AWS. Wrinkl is looking to hire experienced and capable Haskell developers to initially work with Obsidian Systems and to be the core on which our in-house technology development team is built.\n\nWrinkl is building a world-class team that enjoys an intellectually challenging and high-energy environment. We want developers who are fully invested, enthusiastic and take great pride in their work. Wrinkl also fully appreciates the need to live a balanced life and values productive output over face time.\n\nWhile we are located in New York City, and we will be hiring people locally, remote work is also available. If you are highly proficient with front-end and/or back-end architecture and have a passion for innovation, we would love to tell you more about our exciting opportunity.\n\nWrinkl provides its developers a competitive compensation package, including cash, equity and health care coverage.

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