- Collaborate with a small team of developers working on mid-/low-level software driving consumer facing services. Including architecture definition, implementation, debugging, production deployment and support/maintenance
- Development predominantly done in C++, Python, and C using a combination of Starry developed hardware, firmware, RF technology and components developed by our manufacturing partners
- Work to develop and deploy the next generation wireless ISP and/or Wifi product set
- BS or MS in Computer, Electrical or Software engineering or equivalent discipline/experience
- Minimum of four years experience in product related environment
- Comfortable working in a small team, and sometimes ambiguous or fluid environments
- Knowledge/use of Linux
- Understanding of networking fundamentals and configuration
- Proficient in C++, Python, and C
- Experience using git for source control
- Ability to develop new ideas and creative solutions
- Experience with 802.11a/b/g/n/ac standards and protocols
- Working with customer issues and customer support
- Understanding of millimeter wave and/or other RF technologies
- Proficiency in Rust or Go
- Familiar with asynchronous programming concepts
- Real time development and debugging skills
- Experience building distributed systems
- A drive to learn new languages and technologies
- Outstanding shuffleboard skills a plus
What You’ll be Doing:
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