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Software Engineer - API

at Vine (a Twitter company) in New York, NY   —   Jul 11, 2014   |  
Overview
Vine is the best way to see and share life in motion. We’re building tools to help people come together in a new and profound way. We genuinely love what we do and are looking for others who share this passion.

Vine is seeking a Software Engineer to join our growing team.

Responsibilities

Design and implement new features for the Vine API, website, and administrative tools
Write well documented and tested python code
Perform load testing to ensure that new designs can scale
Work with operations to make sure that software is running optimally in production
Participate in the on-call rotation for production systems
Address software quality issues as they arise
Contribute ideas for new features and identify areas for improvement proactively
Qualifications

3+ years of industry experience at a large-scale internet service
B.S. in computer science (or comparable)
Fluency in Python, Java, C++, or similar (Python strongly preferred)
Solid foundation in data structures, algorithms and complexity analysis
Experience with distributed caching techniques
Experience with Linux/Unix/BSD
Production experience with relational databases (we use MySQL)
Comfortable working in a small, high-growth, and fast paced development environment
Desired

Experience with AWS
A working knowledge of Scala
Active user of Vine and Twitter

Vine is a small team in NYC working out of a brand new office right by Union Square. If you’re interested in hearing more, send us a note at jobs@vine.co
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