Software Development Engineer-Backend

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Job description

As a part of the engineering team you will be:

 

  • building highly-scalable and secure payments platform
  • primary owners of one or more components of the platform and will drive innovation in your area of ownership
  • working with various product teams gathering requirements and adding capabilities
  • working with some of the smartest people in the industry and will have ample opportunity to learn and grow
  • using cutting-edge cryptography to secure payments beyond industry standards.
  • deriving actionable insights by mining TBs of data.
  • building low-level infrastructure that aims to push the boundaries of network performance.
  • participating actively in recruitment and nurturing of engineers as awesome as you
  • review and influence new evolving design, architecture, standards and methods with stability, maintainability and scale in mind
  • identify patterns and provide solutions to class of problems
  • research, evaluate and socialize new tools, technologies, and techniques to improve the value of the system
  • be able to multitask, prioritize and handle dependencies with minimal oversight

What do we look for?

From a technology perspective, you should have 2-5 years of experience in a reasonably sized subset of the following ( the more, the merrier!! )

  • Worked on one or more large scale java applications.
  • Good understanding of nuances of distributed systems, scalability, and availability.
  • Good knowledge of one or more relational and NoSQL databases and transactions.
  • Shrewd focus on latency and throughput of services.
  • In-depth understanding of concurrency, synchronization, NIO, memory allocation and GC.
  • Experience with IaaS clouds like AWS/Google Cloud, Azure, OpenStack etc..
  • Experience in working with Message Brokers and Application Containers
  • Great ability to mentor and train other team members.

Bonus Points

  • A clear understanding of the CAP theorem and its implications for real-world distributed systems.
  • “Call me maybe” is more than just a song for you.
  • You have studied distributed systems like Dynamo, HBase, various messaging and queuing systems and understand nuances of Time, Clocks, and Ordering of Events, rate control, load distribution.
  • You can smell fraud, transaction risks and abuse a mile away.

Industry

Internetand Computer Software

Employment type

Full-time

Experience

Mid-Senior level

Job function

Engineering

Meet Directi

Internet · 1001-5000 employees · Founded 1998 · Privately Held

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