Description de l'offre
The Builder Tools organization within Amazon Web Services (AWS) at Amazon is looking for a Software Development Engineer to join our team of talented software engineers to work on Amazon's powerful distributed deployment systems, AWS CodeDeploy.
You can find out more about our products by reading Amazon CTO, Werner Vogels', blog post:
Or check out our past three re:Invent talks:
On the AWS CodeDeploy Service team we own the services that customers directly interact with. Our system has to scale to meet the needs of both internal deployment demands and external. Our systems make it possible for every developer in the world to rapidly change their running applications without ever having to jeopardize the availability their customers expect. We deliver the technology that powers fully automated deployments and dynamic fleet scaling for some of the worlds largest services, and we're not done yet! We are looking for developers who are passionate about making managing applications in the cloud work for everyone.
We own and build every aspect of our product, from the UI and external APIs down to the backend services and databases. We are solving problems in a new space, at a scale that far exceeds most companies on the planet. Want to see how Amazon builds software on its cloud computing infrastructure? Come join us and work on a foundational system that makes software change possible at a massive scale.
If you have what we're looking for come join a strong team in a highly visible organization. You will have a significant impact on Amazon's massively distributed software development environment and help us to build the best continuous deployment and fleet management system in the world.
The Builder Tools team at Amazon.com is looking for a top-notch Software Engineer to help extend Apollo, Amazon's powerful distributed deployment system and build out the platform of the future, Code Deploy.
· 3+ years of professional development experience using languages such as Java, C, C++, C#, Ruby, or Python
· Bachelor's Degree, preferably in Computer Science or related field
· Fundamentals in OO design, data structures, and algorithm design