Platform Engineer at Fitstar
San Francisco, California, United States (Posted Jun 18 2014)
About the company
Your workouts are your own. FitStar designs your personalized workouts based on how you're progressing. Each Session, each Move, each repetition is constantly adjusted based on your input. When it starts to burn, you have yourself to thank.
WE are a passionate team creating a next-generation mobile fitness platform and are hell-bent on crafting products that inspire millions of people to get fit and live healthier lives. If the idea of disrupting the $100+ billion fitness industry, shipping world class products employing breakthrough technology in a scrappy, low-ego, high performance environment appeals to you, read on…
YOU are a talented craftsman hell bent on shipping the best quality software. You value autonomy, ownership, and collaborative, fast moving environments. You believe that something isn’t done until it’s tested, monitored, automatically deployed, and fast. You once implemented a distributed message queue. In Haskell. For fun. Everyone gets your UDP jokes.
Join our small platform team building huge services. Build, deploy, and manage scalable applications and infrastructure. Work closely with product owners, design, and client engineers to make really hard problems seem effortless. Be a core contributor to product and feature direction. Participate in and contribute to the open source community. Use cutting edge tools and techniques to solve new problems. Bring new experience and perspective to a battle tested, low-ego team. Ship incredible things that delight our users.
Skills & requirements
Strong server application development experience
Demonstrate mad skillz with Ruby or equivalent
Have excellent communication skills
Have a burning, itching desire to ship quality, maintainable software
Be able to work out of our offices in SOMA
Bonus Points For
Experience with Go, MongoDB, distributed messaging
Existing open source contributions
Instructions how to apply
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