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Mobile Application Developer

at Lot18 in New York, NY   —   Apr 12, 2014   |  
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Overview
Lot18 is revolutionizing the wine e-commerce experience. We're an agile venture backed technology startup in New York City. Our company is a great place for smart, hard working people who want to make a difference and help change the wine world.

We are looking for an experienced, highly technical mobile application developer to bring the Lot18 experience to the iPhone or Android platform. You will build engaging mobile e-commerce applications utilizing our evolving platform. You’ll bring new design perspectives, mobile infrastructure experience and have an important say in how we build our product. You should enjoy coding as a leisure activity and be able to demonstrate you have shipped mobile apps.
Responsibilities
Build robust mobile products with an emphasis on user experience and design sensibility
Interface with functionality exposed via API
Write tests and participate in code reviews to ensure quality
Contribute to product and implementation discussions
Work closely with UI/UX, web application, product and marketing teams
Professional experience with the iPhone OR Android platform (Objective C, Cocoa, Java, C, C++, iPhone SDK, Android SDK)
HTML5 and CSS3 fluency
Familiarity with server side API’s
Strong understanding of the mobile industry and competing products
Entrepreneurial spirit and a preoccupation with staying on top of industry technology
Experience
2-5 years
Education
Bachelors Degree required, Masters preferred
Compensation
Open
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