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Full Stack Software Engineer - News
Imagine what you could do here. At Apple, new ideas have a way of becoming extraordinary products, services, and customer experiences very quickly. Bring passion and dedication to your job and there's no telling what you could accomplish.
Join the News team at Apple and help us craft a phenomenal user experience around news that delight millions of customers every single day! As a Full Stack Software Engineer on our team, you will be working with our editorial and analytics teams to build the tools that power Apple News.
* Experience designing, implementing, and scaling Web services in Java and Spring
* Experience with NoSQL data stores such as Cassandra and Solr
* You are familiar with TDD, GIT, Jenkins, CICD
* You are a standout teammate, willing to take responsibility and ownership of product
* You have strong analytical and problem solving skills
Apple's News team is seeking a high-energy Full Stack Software Engineer to join our team working on the tools that we use internally to power Apple News. Capacity to work in a highly collaborative environment is required. The ideal candidate has experience with Java and Ember.js, has a keen eye for usability, and thrives on improving the design and architecture of a large system.
A Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science is required or equivalent experience.
Apple is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to inclusion and diversity. We also take affirmative action to offer employment and advancement opportunities to all applicants, including minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities. Apple will not discriminate or retaliate against applicants who inquire about, disclose, or discuss their compensation or that of other applicants.Apply
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Full Stack Engineer
Software Engineer (Full-Stack) Austin, TX Direct Hire
(NOT OPEN TO SPONSORSHIP OR CORP TO CORP AT THIS TIME)
Our client is looking for well-rounded software engineers to help them develop, extend, and scale their internal and customer-facing software products. Their software is used extensively by their diagnostics, finance, provider services, sales, and manufacturing staff. You will have the opportunity to work with software systems related to 3D modeling and printing systems, laser etching, e-commerce, medical diagnostics, machine learning, and the finishing and packing of custom manufactured products.
About the Role:
We are looking for talented software engineers to work with internal and external personnel to implement innovative solutions. This role will serve as an early to mid-level software developer with opportunities to contribute within the entire software stack.
- Full stack knowledge with front-end experience.
- Experience with building and maintaining microservices.
- Experience with build tools - Maven, Gradle, and Jenkins.
- Proven understanding of RESTful web architecture and design patterns.
- Proficiency with Unit Test, mocking framework and Test-Driven Development (TDD).
- Experience with Java, Spring, and ORM framework.
- Strong programming, and excellent problem-solving skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Understanding of system design, distributed systems, event-driven architectures, cloud infrastructure, DevOps, and immutable infrastructure.
- Experience in source code version control (SVN, GIT).
- Knowledge in fully automated CI builds and deployment infrastructure and processes.
- Having a good understanding of Microsoft technologies is a plus.
About the Role
Due to rapid growth and increased demand for our Data Privacy platform, OneTrust is seeking an experienced UI Developer to join our dynamic R&D team.
As a UI Developer, you will work in a highly collaborative environment along with the product team to develop outstanding web applications for prototypes, new products and existing products. The UI Developer will play an instrumental role in new product development, innovation and brainstorming sessions, rapid prototyping of digital applications and services.
The UI Developer will gain a clear understanding of the privacy industry and use this knowledge to support all of the primary responsibilities. To thrive in this role, the UI Developer will help keep OneTrust on the forefront of industry trends, competitive landscape and continually improve our core platform.
Typical day/week snapshot – UI Developer
Helping to design quick prototypes in both low and high fidelity as well as take successful prototypes to a more structured design process
Design outstanding web and mobile interfaces for prototypes and new products
Helping team work through rapid prototyping use cases
Helping evangelize design thinking and human centered design as we build out our product design vision
Setup the product group with prototyping and wire framing tools
Maintains a high awareness of industry issues and trends
What we need from you:
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or related technical or business field
2-5 years front end development experience
Agile development experience
Continuous Integration/Deployment - DevOps mindset
Test-Driven Development (TDD) using modern technologies (Karma, Jasmine, Mocha, etc))
Working with onshore/offshore development teams
Working on Enterprise scale projects
Passion for high quality work and attention to detail
Currently living in the Atlanta area
What You’ll Gain from Joining OneTrust
You can expect tremendous professional development hyper-growth opportunities; an opportunity to work in an open environment on solutions that are reshaping the way businesses operate and respect for your ideas. We believe in recognition for a job well-done, competitive salaries and a fast paced, entrepreneurial environment.Apply
Lead Software Dev - Consultant (US travel required)
Our developers have been contributing code to major organizations and open source projects for over 25 years now. They’ve also been writing books, speaking at conferences, and helping push software development forward -- changing companies and even industries along the way.
As consultants, we work on-site with clients to ensure we’re delivering the best possible solution. Our Lead Dev plays an important role in leading these projects to success.
Curious what makes a developer a Lead around these parts? A lead is:
Often the day-to-day primary point of contact with our clients
Able to strategically lead a project team to successful delivery
Excited to mentor, influence and lead a team of ThoughtWorkers and clients
An expert in at least one language or domain, and maybe in 2 or more
We believe that to flourish in this role, you're good at:**
Architecture. You should be comfortable working with your team to craft a design: choosing the appropriate technology and designing a solution that both answers the problem at hand, and stays within constraints.
Understanding and often playing a major part in the entire cycle of software consulting and delivery, from ideation, to project conception, to UX, to code, to testing, to deployment, and around again.
Agile. We believe strongly in agile delivery practices, having implemented them for ourselves and our clients for a long time now. You should be very comfortable working with Agile, Lean and Continuous Delivery practices -- and love it as much as we do.
**Soft Skills **
Mentoring a team and bringing them up to speed on new languages and skills. We all learn from each other, but with the breadth of technical experience you’ll bring to the table, you’ll be an invaluable teacher to your less-experienced peers.
Thinking big and acting fast. You’ll need a startup mentality with enterprise awareness. That means you can manage competing priorities, that you’re ready to pivot or adjust plans quickly, and that you understand the role you and your team play in major organizations’ tech strategies.
Influencing priorities, for both the team and the client. You understand both the business problem and the technical solution, and you’re able to advocate for excellence and effect change when necessary.
Finesse. As consultants, we navigate within our client’s organizations to influence big decision makers and win trust. In this job, you’ll be using your people skills as much as your coding skills.
And here’s some of the perks of being part of a unique organization like ThoughtWorks.**
A real commitment to “changing the face of IT” -- our way of thinking about diversity and inclusion. Over the past ten years, we’ve implemented a lot of initiatives to make ThoughtWorks a place that reflects the world around us, and to make this a welcoming home to technologists of all stripes. We’re not perfect, but we’re actively working towards true gender balance for our business and our industry, and you’ll see that diversity reflected on our project teams and in offices.
Continuous learning. You’ll be constantly exposed to new languages, frameworks and ideas from your peers and as you work on different projects -- challenging you to stay at the top of your game.
No pigeon-holing: at ThoughtWorks, there’s no applying to new roles. With time, you’ll build trust and credibility and move easily into new roles if you’re inclined, like trying out life in a QA or BA’s shoes.
Miles on miles. As consultants, we travel to the client sites every week. At first, you’ll likely travel domestically, but with time, you’ll find opportunities to travel around the world (and rack up some major points along the way.)
Support to grow as a technologist outside of your role at ThoughtWorks. This is why ThoughtWorkers have written over 100 books and can be found speaking at (and, ahem, keynoting) tech conferences all over the world. We love to learn and share knowledge, and you’ll find a community of passionate technologists eager to back your endeavors, whatever they may be. You’ll also receive financial support to attend conferences every year.
An organizational commitment to social responsibility. ThoughtWorkers challenge each other to be just a little more thoughtful about the world around us, and we believe in using our profits for good. All around the world, you’ll find ThoughtWorks supporting great causes and organizations in both official and unofficial capacities.
A few important things to know:
Projects are almost exclusively on customer site, so candidates should be flexible and open to extensive travel.
Candidates must possess work authorization that does not require H-1B visa sponsorship by ThoughtWorks or dependent EAD.
Not quite ready to apply? Or maybe this isn’t the right role for you? That’s OK, you can stay in touch with AccessThoughtWorks, our learning community (click "contact me about recruitment opportunities" to hear about jobs in the future).
It is the policy of ThoughtWorks, Inc. to provide a work environment free of discrimination. The Company will take affirmative action to ensure applicants and ThoughtWorks employees are treated without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ethnic origin, veteran status, family status, disability, sexual orientation, gender expression or gender identity. This also includes individuals who are perceived to have any of the aforementioned attributes. ThoughtWorks will adhere to all federal, state, and municipal laws and regulations governing employment.Apply
Front End Engineer
We are looking for people who have a grasp of a variety of technologies, languages, and methodologies, along with their pros and cons; who are pragmatic, behave like grown-ups, and know when and how to say ‘no’.
Our approach is grounded in lean and agile ways of working, and includes engineering practices such as automated unit and functional testing, and CI & CD. These things are deeply important to us, and they need to be equally important to you - we can’t emphasize this enough.
Please, note that this role requires up to 60% travel within the US.
What you'll do
Understand clients’ organizations, aspirations and challenges.
Enable our clients to adapt to changing needs, by delivering better software faster and more often.
Build real solutions through experimentation as part of a multi-faceted team.
Explore up-and-coming technologies and software products.
Read; experiment; learn; teach.
You have extensive front end engineering experience, both with and without frameworks.
You write automated tests (unit, functional, integration, system, TDD, BDD) - this is especially important to us, to the point of being a deal-breaker.
You want to build and work in autonomous, cross-functional delivery teams.
Node.js experience would be a nice-to-have.
You like working with modern SPA frameworks (React, Angular, Ember, Vue, etc).
You have solid templating (Handlebars, Mustache, etc) experience.
You have solid CSS (SASS, Less, SMACSS, BEM) experience.
You use build managers (Grunt, Gulp, Webpack).
You use package managers (NPM, Yarn, Bower, Browserify).
You are familiar with modern design principles (offline first, mobile first, responsive, adaptive, progress enhancements, living style guides, atomic design).
You are a tech lead and are deeply experienced with shaping work and guiding engineering teams, as well as being very hands-on. You have broad experience across the entire software development life-cycle, from inception through to production. You've successfully delivered complex technical programmes of work at scale; you also know where things tend to go wrong and know how to intercept or prevent those situations.
The work is varied, ranging from engineering leadership within a product team to developing sustainable infrastructure via container orchestration to changing engineering practices that cross organisational boundaries. You will need initiative, resilience and patience, but you will have the opportunity to directly impact how large enterprises practice software engineering.
Please, note that this role requires up to 60% travel within the US.
Not essential but experience with other languages such as Node.js, Groovy, Scala, Ruby, or Python would be a nice-to-have
Good engineering practices:
Continuous integration, continuous delivery/deployment (e.g. Jenkins, Travis, CircleCI)
Testing: TDD, BDD, integration, E2E
Version control and typical workflows
Working knowledge of latest technologies:
Containers (e.g. Docker, Kubernetes, Rancher)
Cloud infrastructure/services (e.g. AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform)
Infrastructure-as-code (e.g. Ansible, Puppet, Terraform)
Understanding of high-availability, disaster-recovery, monitoring and logging at scale
Good communication skills across diverse groups (stakeholders, engineers, business analysts, etc.)
Initiative (identify value work and execute delivery)
Leadership (influencing stakeholders, up-skilling engineers)
Commercial awareness (pragmatic approach to problem-solving)
Systems thinker (understand how large organisations operate and common pitfalls, LEAN manufacturing)
Agile (experience with Scrum, Kanban)
Collaboration (work in an open and sharing culture)