The Engineering department at CommerceHub employs some of the top engineering talent in the area who are constantly working to improve on processes, quality and techniques, with the goal of producing the highest quality software solutions in the industry. The lines between traditional QA and software engineering are blurred here, with quality being considered at all stages of development. Our team is comprised of very talented and highly motivated individuals, who pride themselves on working smarter, not harder. We’re empowered to make local decisions, reducing the overhead of getting things done. We aim for operational excellence, having a DevOps culture and a “you build it, you run it” mentality. We favor a Lean approach to our product development, following agile workflows such as Scrum and Kanban depending on the directive of the team. We welcome new technologies and are constantly self-evaluating our tech stack to make sure we are providing software of the highest quality. Continuous Delivery is important to us and we are constantly looking to improve our automated testing and continuous integration.

About You

  • Understanding, utilizing, and providing guidance on key data store and database technologies
  • You view software engineering as a craft and welcome the opportunity to share knowledge with fellow enthusiasts.
  • You find learning new technologies/patterns exciting and love experimenting with them.
  • “Good enough” is not in your vocabulary. You find innovative ways to ensure quality without restricting development speed.
  • You understand the balancing game an engineer has to play while weighing new feature development with technical debt.
  • A blank piece of paper doesn’t scare you. You are excited to design products from the ground up.
  • For you, it’s more than a job.

Our Tech Stack

Much of our stack is Java but we are using several other languages (e.g. JavaScript and C#), and are continually investigating new technologies. We are interested in candidates with a diverse technical background. Here is a nonexclusive list of technologies we currently use:

  • You have a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related field OR equivalent professional experience.
  • Java, JavaScript, C#
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS) – ECS, Lambda, RDS, Kinesis, etc.
  • Amazon Aurora, DynamoDB, MS SQL, MongoDB
  • Dropwizard, Grails, Spock
  • React.js, Next.js, Express.js

 

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