Software Engineer - Cloud Services
As a full-time engineer on the Cloud Services team, you would be responsible for the design and development of distributed Node.js applications that operate on many layers of the network stack. Our cloud engineers are tasked with powering the operation and business support systems for the Starry Internet product ecosystem. Test-driven development, rapid iteration, high availability, and failure resilience are all things we strive for day to day on the Cloud Services team.
Experience and Qualifications Required:
- Minimum Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or equivalent professional experience
- 2 year minimum professional experience using Node.js to build distributed production applications
- Demonstrated working knowledge of TCP, UDP, and other networking protocols
- 1 year minimum experience with git and Github
- TDD experience preferred
- Exposure to complex hybrid cloud/on-prem networking topologies is a plus
What You'll Be Doing:
- Develop Node.js applications (REST, HTTPS, TCP, UDP)
- Implement and maintain test suites (100% coverage is always the objective)
- Collaborate on data architecture and implementations using MongoDB, Redis, Elasticsearch, and other NoSQL databases
- Contribute to the design and development of distributed systems with a focus on site reliability
- Participate in an Agile environment, providing leadership through example
When applying, if possible please include a link to an active Github account with Node.js work relevant to the description above.
No agency submissions, please.
Disclaimer: This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee.
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