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Posted: Thursday, October 5, 2017 12:26 PM

The Amazon Kindle team is seeking an enthusiastic and talented Software Development Engineer for Kindle Content Versioning team. In this position, you will work on building innovative text/image processing algorithms and developing highly scalable services and workflows to automate revision control of eBooks.We are looking for someone who is passionate about building innovative, exceptional quality, and scalable software to create a great experience for our Kindle customers. If you think you have an urge to work on a high impact project and improve the reading experience of millions of Kindle customers every day, then you would love to work with us. We have just started the development of some exciting features and this might be a great opportunity for someone who likes to build systems from scratch. To know more details, apply for this position and get in touch with us.BS/MS in Computer Science, Engineering, or related technical field5+ years of professional software development experienceExcellent programming skills in object:oriented languages including C, C++, C, or JavaStrong fundamentals in core Computer Science areas like Data Structures and AlgorithmsFamiliarity with various software technologies, methodologies and applied software engineering practices/standardsA deep appreciation of scalability issues and high volume data handlingExperience with cloud architectures that scale horizontallyQuickly adapt to new development environments and changing business requirementsCreate reliable/maintainable code, and find creative and scalable solutions to hard problemsSelf:directed and capable of working effectively in a dynamic environmentMobile software development

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• Location: Seattle

• Post ID: 56256597 seattle
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