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PC Music Software Engineer

at TuneUp Media in San Francisco, CA   —   Jul 04, 2014   |  
Overview
TuneUp, a VC-funded music start-up developing exciting Music 2.0 applications with more than 3 Million users, is seeking an experienced engineer to work on the TuneUp front-end (GUI and application logic) and Windows implementation. If you are passionate about music, have a large digital music collection, then here is an opportunity to join a cool company. You can have high impact in developing a product that will make a difference to consumers and your own life.

PLEASE, NO PHONE CALLS ABOUT THIS JOB!
Experience
Experience with event-driven UI and multi-threaded application development in C and C++
Experience working with a complex software architecture and cross platform/Unix tools such as cygwin, make, svn, sqlite
Experience building commercial consumer applications with Microsoft Visual Studio
Experience working in a project-driven web development environment with short, quick release schedules
Experience with cross-platform development and libraries (nice to have)
Experience with JavaScript/AJAX and Ruby (nice to have)
Skills
Expert knowledge of XML, JSON and large data structures
Knowledge of music metadata standards (ID3) and other music technologies (file formats, codecs, etc.) or experience working for a digital media software company (nice to have)
Excellent verbal and written communication skills (nice to have)
A passion for music (except Justin Bieber)
Education
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience
Compensation
Competitive salary, benefits and options
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