Do you know the difference between static and dynamic typing? Are you obsessed with ducks? Do you want to jump ship from large corporations!? If so, then weâre looking for you.
Our high energy startup is committed to revolutionizing the way people think about their mobile phones. It has the potential to capture hundreds of thousand of users in the uncharted space of mobile social networking. Our service promotes, assists & inspires face-to-face connections between friends and family through the use of digital devices while maintaining an uncompromising commitment to privacy & security.
To make this happen we focus on working hard, fostering a creative job setting, working harder, indulging in our successes, and then working even harder still âyou could say our ambition teeters on the insane, the good kind though.
We are seeking an experienced server engineer to join our small but rapidly growing team. This individual will thrive in a startup environment and is passionate about creating server software that scales to hundreds of thousands of concurrent users and beyond.
You will be involved in all phases of the software lifecycle, from specification to design, coding, and deployment. We will enjoy finding someone who takes pride in the quality of his/her work.
â¢ Expert level server-side coding experience (Python, Erlang,Jabber/XMPP, C/C++)
â¢ Object oriented programming background
â¢ Experienced with functional programming
â¢ Knowledge of distributed programming
â¢ Strong knowledge of Postgres or MySQL and development of database-backed applications.
â¢ Extensive experience with working with data intensive applications including data manipulation, structures and integration.
â¢ Scalability, security and performance are at the front of your mind.
For this reason, you should have exposure to high-volume, high-availability apps and have a knack in building distributed systems.
To apply for this job, you need to be eligible to work in the US. This employer will not be sponsoring candidates.
If interested, send us your CV.
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