Spoon.net is a revolutionary web-based PC that lets you use your software and files from any desktop.
We are seeking software engineers to join our web and server infrastructure team.
Our engineers work on problems ranging from databases and large storage systems in our proprietary NoSQL database and distributed storage system; networking and transport protocols, such as as our machine learning-based adaptive application delivery algorithms and hybrid physical/AWS server infrastructure; to highly interactive, highly available web development employing cutting edge platforms such as Scala and Akka.
We develop in C# and Scala, but mainly we want our developers to be able (and eager) to quickly learn new languages and technologies and embrace the latest innovations.
Skills & Requirements
- Strong technical and problem-solving skills, including the ability to develop and debug software in one or more of C#, C/C++, Java, or Scala
- Ability to rapidly learn new languages and technologies
- Ability to work in a fast-paced startup environment and use a computer during most work hours
Spoon.net is a profitable, rapidly growing company. Our products are used by hundreds of the world's leading financial, educational, government, defense, healthcare, and technology organizations, tens of thousands of software developers, and millions of end users.
Why Work Here
- Work directly with founder/CEO to drive company in new directions
- High upward mobility and growth potential
- Opportunity to take on novel challenges and make major decisions every day
- Competitive compensation, great benefits, stock option plan, and flexible work schedule
- Great people, great customers, free food and drinks, no-nonsense work environment
We look forward to hearing from you, but regret that we cannot personally respond to each submission. Spoon is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Joel Test score: 12 out of 12
The Joel Test is a twelve-question measure of the quality of a software team.
- Do you use source control?
- Can you make a build in one step?
- Do you make daily builds?
- Do you have a bug database?
- Do you fix bugs before writing new code?
- Do you have an up-to-date schedule?
- Do you have a spec?
- Do programmers have quiet working conditions?
- Do you use the best tools money can buy?
- Do you have testers?
- Do new candidates write code during their interview?
- Do you do hallway usability testing?