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Software Development Engineer

  • Seattle (King)
  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Conception / Génie civil / Génie industriel

Description de l'offre

DESCRIPTION

Do you want to shape the future of cloud computing?

Serverless is the next big leap in cloud computing, rapidly changing how companies big and small think about developing applications. AWS Lambda provides customers a "Serverless" way to create their applications - a world where the traditionally hard problems of managing large scale systems such as resource utilization, security, provisioning and distributed systems development are abstracted away and solved seamlessly by Lambda, so that customers and developers can focus on solving business problems with their application code. Sounds exciting? Our customers agree and are rapidly adopting Lambda.

As an early engineer in a new space on the Lambda Developer Experience team, you will have a big impact in driving innovation in a rapidly growing tier-1 space. You'll build new features leveraging multiple services to make it ever easier for customers to create, manage, monitor, debug Serverless Applications.

If you are passionate about solving hard technical problems and want your work to have an immediate impact by building many new features that will shape the future of Serverless computing, this is the place for You!

We are in the early days of a massive shift to Serverless Computing. If you are excited by the opportunity to join at the ground floor of a rapidly growing tier-1 AWS service, enjoy working closely with customers and product managers to build new products - Come join us in changing the cloud computing world!

Profil recherché

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

· Bachelor's degree or foreign equivalent in Computer Science, Engineering, or a related field.
· 3+ years experience designing and developing internet applications
· Computer Science fundamentals in data structures, algorithm design and general problem solving.
· Thorough knowledge of web development and building services that operate at scale.