Are you passionate about Developers? Do you enjoy creating tools that improve the lives of other developers? If so, you are just the person we are looking for!
 
The Box SDK Team is responsible for creating the primary code interfaces for Box Platform for our Developers. We govern, architect, and build the APIs, SDKs, and Toolkits that enable external developers to quickly create rich and powerful enterprise solutions on the Box Platform. We work in a rapidly iterative environment where we ship new code every day.
 
If you have a strong passion for crafting powerful and flexible APIs, SDKs, and tools that make the development of 3rd party applications easier, we have a great position for you. We're looking for someone who can take our developer experience to the next level. Someone who can dive into the developer experience and deliver impactful improvements that delight our developers and make them much more productive.
 
At Box, we strive to foster a culture of transparency and inclusiveness, we aim to execute quickly, and we are committed to doing the right thing for our customers. We value team members who are life-long learners, passionate about continuous improvement for themselves and for the team around them.
 
We are employee-first at Box. The formula for delighting our customers starts with epic features designed by Boxers who thrive in a unique environment: a dynamic workplace filled with smart colleagues, modern perks, and many social activities that encourage everyone to have fun while doing great work.
 
Our group is a highly collaborative scrum team that directly impacts the experience of 40+ million users. As an Engineer at Box, you'll impact everything about the way we work, leading projects, making major technology decisions, mentoring other engineers, setting a high bar for excellence, and helping to maintain a supportive and fun team atmosphere.
 
You'll have the opportunity to own projects and drive architecture, technology stack, and product decisions. Help us 10x Box to enhance every piece of Content in the world!
 
The fine print
  • You have designed, built, and maintained SDKs for use in production and have fluency with one or more of: Java, C#/.Net, Node, Python, Swift, Kotlin
  • You understand concepts such as batching, versioning, iterators, and idempotency
  • You have experience working with Open API standards like Swagger
  • You often collaborate with engineering and business leaders across organizations and disciplines
  • You have +8 years of experience as a Software Engineer
  • You understand much of the full web technology stack (e.g. HTTP, cookies, asset loading, caching)
  • You have an academic background in computer science, a related field, or the equivalent
Nice to haves
  • You have implemented solutions based on Box APIs and SDKs
  • You have led or contributed to open source projects
  • You contribute to developer communities such as Stack Overflow or GitHub
  • You have mobile development experience in iOS and/or Android
About Box
 
Founded in 2005, Box is transforming the way people and organizations work so they can achieve their greatest ambitions. As the world's leading enterprise software platform for secure content collaboration, Box helps business of all sizes in every industry securely access and manage their critical information in the cloud. Box is headquartered in Redwood City, CA, with offices across the United States, Europe and Asia.
 
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
 
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