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MediaMath

API Software Engineer-Go at MediaMath

New York City, New York, United States   (Posted Jan 25 2015)
About the company
MediaMath is a confluence of media, technology and massive amounts of data. There is a transformation of an industry underway and MediaMath is at the cutting edge. Our engineers develop very complex, innovative, and highly scalable technology to change how advertising is bought, sold, and traded. Their breakthroughs create new market places, solve long-standing problems, and push new technology every day. It’s a very exciting company in a very exciting industry. Our platform handles billions of transactions per hour and we reach hundreds of millions of Internet and mobile users worldwide…and we're not done yet! The platform and tools we develop are built to scale because this revolution has just begun.

Job position
Permanent

Job description
MediaMath's Platform API team builds the services that make up our TerminalOne platform, the technology platform on which our clients build highly successful media businesses. Our focus is on building out new, industry-leading, high performance, and fault tolerant set of services and migrating existing ones into a service oriented architecture that powers a whole ecosystem. We’re solving all kinds of hard problems — like cross datacenter replication and low-latency, geo-distributed workloads, fully automated deployments (spanning both physical and cloud infrastructure), and service governance. We believe in the power of open source and are excited to recognize that code with the launch our developer portal. At MediaMath, each and every engineer has the opportunity to make a huge impact. Come join us and help shape the future of Ad Tech!
Responsibilities:

We are seeking to hire outstanding software engineers at various levels, reporting to the Director of Engineering, API. Key responsibilities for this role include but are not limited to:

Lead Platform API team initiatives from architecture, design, execution to deployment.

Design and implement performant, scalable, and distributed web services and backends in Go
Own parts of the system and continuously working to improve them in an agile environment.
Use processes like git-flow, github-flow to collaboratively perform feature-based development, code reviews and releases.

We specifically look for:

A hands-on problem solver with excellent software design and implementation skills using TDD.
An owner making significant contributions to code, architecture, performance, robustness and reliability.
Polyglot developers with a demonstrated track record of learning and introducing new technologies and strategies to solve technical challenges.
A self-starter who brings energy, passion and creativity to work every day.

Job Locations
US-NY-New York City
US-IL-Chicago

Skills & requirements
BS/MS in Computer Science, Mathematics, or related degree.
5+ years of professional software development experience.
Experience developing modern services and applications using languages like Go/Scala/Java/Python etc.
Knowledge of RDBMs like PostgreSQL/MySQL, data modeling, SQL tuning and optimization.
Familiarity with NoSQL data stores like Cassandra, Couchbase, Elasticsearch, Redis, Memcache.
GitHub (or similar) account for us to know you better.

In achieving their duties and responsibilities, MediaMath employees are expected to behave in keeping with the Math Values of SPACE: Scalable Innovation, Performance, Accountability, Collaboration, and Empowerment.

Instructions how to apply
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Company: MediaMath

MediaMath
@MediaMath
Location: New York City, New York, United States

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