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Java/OSGi server developer needed in San Francisco, CA [message #651860] Tue, 01 February 2011 19:56
Peter Nehrer is currently offline Peter NehrerFriend
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Mashery, Inc. is looking for software engineers who are passionate about
writing code, open APIs, and developer communities.

The role: Software Engineer – Back End, Java

Mashery’s software engineers love solving complex and interesting
problems; they are web application development whizzes who love to be on
the front row to the exploding Web API movement. With a much greater
scope, our mission is to create a first class platform and tools that
allow our customers to support, document, and build communities around
their APIs. To handle information at the scale of the web requires ideas
from just about every area of computer science, including distributed
computing, networking, security, data compression, user interface
design, etc. Our engineers work on many projects that carry varying
responsibilities. The most successful candidates for this role will have
strong analytical and troubleshooting skills, fluency in coding,
detail-oriented, solid communication skills and a desire to tackle the
complex problems.

- Strong core Java background -- language, runtime, JNI
- Java EE experience in server-side development
- Experience with modular architectures; OSGi preferable
- Experience with networking protocols or networking software development.
- Solid knowledge of multi-threaded design approach
- Experience with distributed communication, high-performance/cloud
- Experience developing highly available/redundant software
- Experience with XML and web service development
- Knowledgeable of Unix scripting language such as CSH, Perl, PHP, Python
- Knowledge of software development methodology, build tools and product
life cycle

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