Role: Software/Platform Engineer

Reports to: Manager,  Engineering

Department: Engineering

Location: Austin, TX

Job Type: Full Time, Exempt                                                             

 

Help Us Shape the Future of Data

Anaconda is the creator of the world’s most popular Python data science platform. With more than 6 million users, the open source Anaconda Distribution is the easiest way to do data science and machine learning. Anaconda Enterprise allows organizations to collaborate, govern and deploy their Python and R data science in enterprise data centers and clouds. Customers include leading companies from the banking and financial services, energy, auto, technology, and healthcare industries.

Anaconda is seeking people who want to play a role in shaping the future of enterprise AI, machine learning, and data science. Candidates should be knowledgeable and capable, but always eager to learn more and to teach others. Overall, we strive to create a culture that is both relaxed and focused, and we stress empathy and collaboration with our customers, open source users, and each other. Our primary employee perk is that we are actively working on projects that have a global impact, whether it's detecting fraud in the financial markets, accelerating cancer research, or fighting human trafficking and terrorism.

Summary

Anaconda is seeking a talented Software/Platform Engineer to join our rapidly growing company. This is an excellent opportunity for you to leverage your skills and passion for creating a unique culture and gain new skills in the world of data science and analytics.

What You’ll Do:

  • Be a key member of the Anaconda Enterprise Engineering team
  • Develop productivity skills by constantly improving knowledge of core infrastructure, tooling, build system, as well as testing best practices
  • Implement well-defined (sub-)tasks and commit code to peer review
  • Attend daily SCRUM meetings, sprint planning meetings, etc.
  • Create and maintain unit and integration tests and software documentation
  • Work with other teams to coordinate joint deliverables
  • Work with QA team to ensure the highest level of product quality
  • Change the life of thousands of data scientists around the world

What You Need:

  • BS in computer science or a related field
  • 3+ years of enterprise software development experience
  • Excitement about technical challenges
  • Write clean and well-crafted code
  • Willingness to learn new programming languages and skills
  • Hands-on experience in Python or Java as an alternative
  • Hands-on experience using Docker or Kubernetes containers 
  • Hands-on experience with the following: backend APIs, databases, services integration, cybersecurity, core infrastructure and tooling
  • Solid understanding of development lifecycle (design, test, implement, document) and release management using modern collaboration tools

What Will Make You Stand Out:

  • Experience with both Agile and SCRUM
  • Full-stack development experience
  • Experience with cloud computing platforms like AWS, GCE, and Azure
  • Quality and Tests driven mindset

Why You’ll Like Working Here:

  • A dynamic company that rewards high-performers
  • Be on the cutting edge of new technologies and services
  • Collaborative team environment that values multiple perspectives and fresh thinking
  • Employees First culture
  • Casual dress code
  • Flexible working hours
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, HSA, Life and 401K
  • Pre IPO Stock options
  • Unlimited Vacation!

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