Our Senior Product Engineer will join team of engineers that are curious, humble, and can hop in and tackle a wide range of projects. We aim to build systems that are reliable and simple, user experiences that are beautiful and frictionless, and internal tools that help us all do our jobs better. If you’re interested in the position, here are a few things you’ll get to do and the qualifications that will make you successful in this role.
Execute against our product roadmap by developing features and bringing designs to life for our various clients (React/React Native/Electron).
Be an integral part of the product development team by assisting in the development of our roadmap and product architecture.
Coordinate releases for features.
Maintain code quality through code reviews and rigorous testing.
Develop features while maintaining security and compliance standards. Our systems work heavily with Protected Health Information (PHI) - we therefore need to maintain strict HIPAA compliance across our entire stack.
Build and maintain scalable infrastructure using a variety of Amazon Web Services (AWS) services and resources.
Maintain security and compliance standards. Our systems work heavily with Protected Health Information (PHI) - we therefore need to maintain strict HIPAA compliance across our entire stack.
Responsible for audits, pen-testing and hardening of services.
Coordination and deployment of releases..
Management of database schema changes and updates.
Maintenance of CI/CD pipeline across a variety of platforms.
Provide investigative support for production systems.
Be on call for production events or outages.
As a Sr. Software Engineer at TpT you will be working closely with our product team to use data to uncover and execute on new opportunities while scaling our systems as load, users, and transactions are rapidly increasing.
You'll be tackling problems big and small – from search & personalization to multi-service orchestration to building a resilient API.
We are looking for a Staff Software Engineer to help build Commons, our digital care management platform. Commons enables our clinical teams to engage with patients, collect structured data about medical, behavioral and social needs, and develop personalized care plans that drive good health. Commons will allow our care operations to scale to eventually support hundreds of thousands of patients in cities across the country.
Teachable is looking for a Front End Engineer! We're a tight-knit team of smart people who like to get a lot done with minimal overhead. We collaborate on roadmap, design, and architecture, and are on a mission to revolutionize education.
As a Front End Engineer, you'll work directly on a system that impacts thousands of instructors and millions of students. You will work to create beautiful systems that are robustly designed to meet the needs of a massively growing user base.
Check out this How We Code at Teachable to get some insight into engineering here
Want to build a product that uses data to see and make sense of the future?
If you are a passionate coder who wants to make an impact working on a product that clients love, we’d want to talk with you.
At CB Insights, we build products that help clients make sense of the future and drive their businesses forward using data. Our system retrieves large amounts of structured and unstructured data, uses scientific methods to extract knowledge and
We're seeking an experienced Engineer to join our growing data team. In this role you’ll build, scale, maintain and improve the core of our data pipeline application systems. You will be instrumental in designing a sustainable and efficient architecture for our event tracking and data warehouse. In addition you will be working closely with our product engineers and analytics team to productionalize our data infrastructure and integrity. We have a ton of interesting data to explore and are looking for someone who’s excited to help us ask the right questions, dig deep into the answers, and build solid systems that address them.
Video delivery APIs that scale to tens of thousands of requests per second at petabyte scale.
Log-based architecture using Kafka.
Recommendations engine serving 15MM+ daily unique viewers.
A next generation transcoding pipeline.
A data science/machine learning pipeline using Airflow and Tensorflow.
A search API powered by Elasticsearch.
A video metadata extraction platform using machine learning.
Discovery is seeking a Software Engineering Manager to build the tools that brings our content to life on Food Network and other lifestyle brands. Our publishing tools help our Editorial staff build sophisticated experiences that combine video, photography, and rich media. As a Software Engineering Manager, you’ll be leading the engineering team working closely with Product Management and Editorial teams. We believe that the best publishing tools help create the best user experiences, so we have built our platform from using in-house using React, AWS serverless technologies such as Lambda, API Gateway, and DynamoDB (amongst many others).
Design and develop maintainable, reliable, scalable and testable software.
Collaborate with other engineering teams across the org in order to drive initiatives and projects to success.
Deploy regular code releases to production and test environments in Agile release cycles.
Improve your understanding of modern full-stack systems operating at scale.
We’re looking for a Senior Software Engineer contribute to our award-winning Android app: Food Network In the Kitchen. Within your role, you’ll be working with a team of engineers, product managers, and designers to build new capabilities in the app on the Android and Amazon ecosystems. You’ll be a leader and a mentor of a team that is driving the future of the app experience, helping make In the Kitchen an indispensable app used by millions of customers every day.
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