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Server Developer -- come join a growing startup and a dedicated engineering team!

at Syncplicity in San Francisco, CA   —   Jun 27, 2014   |  
Overview
Syncplicity is growing fast and we're looking for an experienced engineer to help us scale our distributed, multi-platform system. Our engineering team is comprised of seasoned developers with broad skill sets covering technologies from Microsoft and open source initiatives alike. If programming in multiple languages and architecting a system in creative ways in order to make it scale to hundreds of thousands of users sounds like fun, email us at jobs@syncplicity.com!
Responsibilities
Own and be responsible for substantial areas of core back-end functionality from start to finish
Write software to manage terabytes of data in the cloud and use the best programming language for the job
Employ open source and commercial tools and systems to help scale the product, then write powerful code to connect them
Leverage the best technologies out there to build exciting server side features for our customers
Integrate our platform with the rest of the world and make it the best it can be
Experience
Proficiency in both compiled and dynamic languages (C#/Java and Python preferred)
Experience with relational databases and SQL (MySQL and/or Microsoft SQL Server)
Deep familiarity with the Linux command line and the Linux OS
Experience building and testing distributed systems or related software projects a plus
Experience designing APIs or consuming 3rd party APIs (Facebook, Flickr, Google, etc) is a plus
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
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