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Software Development Engineer, Amazon Cloud9
2 months ago(19.10.2018 16:26)
Amazon Development Center (Netherlands) B.V.
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What would you do if you could decide the future of software development? That's exactly what we're doing at AWS Cloud9. Together we are building next generation tools with an incredible IDE at it's heart, helping move software development forward and make the art of programming available to more people and a more diverse crowd. We are growing rapidly and are building a diverse team of passionate engineers that love to learn and become part of a supportive, positive and challenging culture where your voice is heard, your skills appreciated and your learning supported.
You'll be working with us on implementing highly scalable and highly available systems. There is front-end work to build advanced user interfaces that challenges the status quo, optimized to be as fast or faster than native (we are 100% web based). The back-end work has unique challenges of its own. You will never be bored here and there is ample room for your unique perspective to manifest itself in our creation.
Our team is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, a beautiful city in a country with reportedly the tallest people and the happiest children. It's very down to earth and so are we. We simply have a passion for enabling others to do great things with software and are looking for equally passionate people from anywhere in the world and any background and disposition to join us implement this challenging vision.
You'll work in a highly agile team that uses positive psychology to grow ever closer. We appreciate self-criticism and our meetings and ceremonies center on critical thinking and continuous learning from each other. It is fast paced, creative, hard work and a lot of fun.
If this sounds exciting to you, let us know! We would love to meet you!
A Bachelor's degree (or higher) in Computer Science or a related discipline. (if you don’t have a CS degree, that’s totally fine, but we’d love to see a cool project of yours in the application!)
Familiar with software architecture, data structures and modern design patterns
Good command of English
Passionate about developer tooling and improving developer workflow