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Senior Android Developer

at GoPago in San Francisco CA 94104   —   Jul 17, 2014   |  
Gopago is an established San Francisco tech company founded in 2009 with 40 employees based in the SF Financial District (with direct tunnel to BART). The exec team comes from great companies like Google, IBM, and American Express with a product that is mature and robust. At GoPago, you will be immersed into a fast-paced startup environment, which makes working on our engineering team a challenging, yet exciting experience. You’ll get hands on experience learning from and working alongside our outstanding, collaborative team. We’re a small company, so each and every one of our engineers have the opportunity to make their mark in the start-up world.
Expert level knowledge of Android SDK and NDK, device APIs and development tools
Excellent knowledge of Object Oriented Programming methodologies
Ability to solve complex mathematical problems and design algorithms
Expertise in implementing mobile applications with standard UI components, and creating custom UI components
Exceptional understanding of application performance analysis and tuning, benchmarking and unit testing
Experience developing custom widgets with flexibility and reusability in mind
Strong knowledge of SOA, and Web Services methodologies using REST APIs
Passion for elegant and intuitive user interfaces
Highly motivated self-starter
Ability to tackle challenging problems on a tight schedule
3+ years of industry experience in the mobile space
At least 1 commercial application in the market
B.S. in Computer Science (or related fields) or M.S. in Computer Science (or related fields)
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