BuzzFeed is seeking an experienced developer who is passionate about building software. This is an great opportunity to make a big impact as an integral part of our development team.

This job is based in our NYC or LA offices and offers a competitive compensation with stock options.

About You

  • You love writing software and building web applications.
  • You ship code, and you want your work to be used by over 200 million people every month.
  • You love scripting languages.
  • You can leverage Javascript/AJAX to build dynamic, modern web applications.
  • Tests come first.
  • You love discovering solutions to complex problems.
  • Finding and fixing a hard bug can make your day.

About The Job

We have a lean, iterative development process. We integrate and deploy often. We're looking for talented, motivated individuals who can work both independently and collaboratively, and love building great software.
    
Pluses

  • Perl, Python, PHP, Ruby
  • Unix, Linux
  • Git
  • Mysql, MongoDB
  • Test Driven Development
  • Experience with Selenium or similar tools

About BuzzFeed

BuzzFeed is the social news and entertainment company. BuzzFeed is redefining online advertising with its social, content-driven publishing technology. BuzzFeed provides the most shareable breaking news, original reporting, entertainment and video across the social web to its global audience of 200M.

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