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Senior Software Engineer (Java & Web Apps) - Top Internet Company

at NexTag, Inc in San Mateo, CA   —   Jun 27, 2014   |  
Overview
We are looking for dynamic Senior Software Engineers to join our growing top-notch development team and continually innovate and improve the NexTag e-commerce platform.
Responsibilities
As a technology leader in e-commerce, we are constantly engaged in the most challenging and interesting development projects. NexTag has an entrepreneurial small-team environment, where individuals' innovative ideas are rapidly adopted and rewarded. You'll see the results of your efforts in days or weeks, not years.
One of the team's primary tasks will be the development and deployment of complex Web applications. You should have well-rounded experience with an emphasis on backend/server development. You must have a passion in building great software and be able to effectively lead and work in a team environment.
Experience
5+ years experience in software development with 2+ year in Java programming.
Solid working knowledge of UNIX, preferably Linux.
Experience working high volume e-commerce web development applications and tools.
Expertise with Object-Oriented Design and implementation.
Expertise in data structures, algorithms, and complexity analysis.
SQL experience a plus, MySQL a big plus.
Strong background in relational database.
Good communication skills.
Education
•BS or MS in Computer Science from a Top Tier University.
Compensation
To apply:
Please send resume to job2@nextag.com
For more information, please visit our website at http://www.nextag.com
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