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Software Development Engineer, Digital Content and Commerce Services

  • Seattle (King)
  • Conception / Génie civil / Génie industriel

Description de l'offre


Software Development Engineer, Digital Content and Commerce Services

Are you interested in contributing to the service that aggregates and processes all Digital Content transactions globally? Maybe you're already familiar with technologies like S3, SQS, Hadoop and Hive but never got the chance to push their boundaries? We also have a few more technologies for low latency data storage and aggregation in our toolbox you might want to play with. You bring the skills and enthusiasm; we'll provide the big data. We are looking for Software Engineers that enjoy solving complex problems at incredible scale to join the RAPID team.

As a Software Engineer on the RAPID team you will be responsible for designing and implementing core components of our service to support the fast pace of Amazon's digital media content offerings. You'll help increase the speed to market for digital products like Amazon Kindle, Amazon Instant Video, Amazon Appstore and Amazon MP3.

Amazon has an active development community that builds great tools and systems. There are frequent classes and seminars, as well as on-line resources for growth and development.

Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation

Profil recherché


· 4+ years' experience building successful production software systems.
· BS/MS in Computer Science or equivalent.
· Experience defining system architectures and exploring technical feasibility tradeoffs.
· Experience developing service oriented architectures and an understanding of design for scalability, performance and reliability.
· Proficiency in at least one modern programming language such as C/C++, C#, Java, Perl and open-source technologies (Linux, SQLite, OpenGL, Spring, Guice, Hibernate).
· Excellence in technical communication with peers and non-technical cohorts.