REST API Developer at WD Content Solutions
Mountain View, California, United States
🇺🇸 (Posted Jul 9 2015)
About the company
The Content Solutions Group (CSG) is the Software Engineering and Applications development division of Western Digital (a $15.7B in sales revenue company), located in Mountain View. We are searching for others who share our passion about the cloud for music, photo and video files. Come join us in solving the user needs for storing, sharing, and organizing files on any screen, anywhere, and at any time.
WD My Cloud “Bring the Cloud Home”
- Remote work is NOT possible
WD Content Solutions Software Group is looking for a software engineer who can implement REST APIs in go(lang). Our ideal candidate is a creative thinker with high passion for solving complex engineering problems, and building robust software components that enable WD My Cloud for millions of My Cloud customers.
Key responsibilities for this role include
o Design and implement high performance and high quality embedded-server applications for mobile access.
o Improve functionality, performance, and reliability of existing REST APIs.
o Provide input on the design and contribute to the development of new platform and API features.
Skills & requirements
o Excellent OOD principles including in-depth knowledge of design-patterns, namespaces, and pluggable architectures
o Experience in developing REST APIs and/or Web Services
o Strong hands-on experience with go(lang), SQLite/MySQL, Linux, and Windows
o Experience developing with Docker framework is a plus
o Experience of developing embedded software for devices such as Network Attached Storage or set-top boxes highly desirable
o In-depth understanding of Linux O/S-level services, shell-scripting, and packaging a definite plus
o At least 5 years of experience as a software engineer
o Bachelor’s degree in computer science or engineering
Instructions how to apply
Please send resume to Heather David at firstname.lastname@example.org
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