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Solve large-scale computing problems as an Amazon software developer

Sep 13, 2013

Do you want to own cutting edge technology, solve new problems that didn’t exist before, and have the ability to see the impact of your successes? Work on some of the most complex challenges in large-scale computing as a software developer engineer with Amazon in Seattle, Wash.

To be eligible, you must have a bachelor's degree in computer science, computer engineering or related technical discipline, and be currently enrolled in school or graduated within the last 12 months. The position requires strong, object-oriented design and coding skills (C/C++ and/or Java preferably on a UNIX or Linux platform); knowledge of Perl or other scripting languages; experience with distributed (multi-tiered) systems, algorithms and relational databases; and experience in optimization mathematics (linear programming, nonlinear optimization).

To apply, visit https://up-amazon.icims.com/jobs/122383/job?in_iframe=1

Solve large-scale computing problems as an Amazon software developer

Sep 13, 2013

Do you want to own cutting edge technology, solve new problems that didn’t exist before, and have the ability to see the impact of your successes? Work on some of the most complex challenges in large-scale computing as a software developer engineer with Amazon in Seattle, Wash.

To be eligible, you must have a bachelor's degree in computer science, computer engineering or related technical discipline, and be currently enrolled in school or graduated within the last 12 months. The position requires strong, object-oriented design and coding skills (C/C++ and/or Java preferably on a UNIX or Linux platform); knowledge of Perl or other scripting languages; experience with distributed (multi-tiered) systems, algorithms and relational databases; and experience in optimization mathematics (linear programming, nonlinear optimization).

To apply, visit https://up-amazon.icims.com/jobs/122383/job?in_iframe=1