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Senior Backend Engineer



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Must Haves:

  • A full-stack mindset, ready to work across the back-end, front-end, infrastructure and firmware.
  • Excellent troubleshooting skills with experience in building microservices on AWS using Lambda, Amazon S3, Amazon Cognito, Amazon API Gateway, DynamoDB, AWS IoT Core, Kinesis, SNS, SQS.
  • Strong experience with Golang and understanding of specifics for running Go under heavy load.
  • Understanding IoT solutions and having built or been part of a team that delivered an IoT solution is a huge plus.
  • Experience with Node.js / JavaScript / TypeScript and Java/Scala is a huge plus.
  • Experience with Kafka and familiarity with event-driven architectures is a huge plus.
  • Previous exposure to large-scale systems design, experience with the serverless approaches using AWS Lambda.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide support for the software architecture, design, and implementation of software components related to our IoT-connected products.
  • Design and architect data storage by balancing performance, cost, and storage tradeoffs through various database technologies.
  • Build IoT microservices to support APIs, MQTT topics, and business logic.
  • Evaluate security best practices, trends, and models to identify and recommend appropriate solutions for connected products to meet stringent requirements.
  • Develop efficient and compact software to balance tradeoffs spanning the cloud, device firmware, connected apps, and other backend systems.
  • Actively contribute to and support challenging software implementations by creating the critical code foundation on which other team members can build.

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