The MapMyFitness team is a part of Connected Fitness, building new experiences to make all athletes better. It’s an open platform that connects to hundreds of devices with applications across web, mobile, and wearables. Further, hundreds of developers and partners leverage the platform via the API and mobile SDKs. As a member of the engineering team, you’ll be charged with creating unparalleled user experiences.
What does this mean? We strive to build the ultimate Connected Fitness solutions, we face extreme growth while consumers continue to expect flawless experiences and instantaneous response times. As an Android Engineer, your job is to deliver these experiences while leveraging industry best-practices that contribute to the architecture road map.
You’ll achieve this ambitious goal by working within a cross-functional Agile team, composed of developers, QA, designers, product and project management.
Design and implement mobile applications that are built on top of the Under Armour Connected Fitness Platform.
Work closely with our creative design and user interface team to implement native mobile interfaces according to the Android Design Principles.
Continually improve the user experience by analyzing and optimizing the UI, data storage, and network communications.
Be comfortable with researching and implementing cutting-edge technologies to attain business goals that will benefit our continually growing user base.
Provide thought leadership on industry best practices around design, testing, and security.
Coach team members to increase the success of the team as a whole.
Work closely with product teams to define and refine feature specifications.
Turn big ideas into simple, elegant solutions.
3+ years experience writing software within an Agile or similar development environment
Applicable experience building applications in Java for the Android platform
Experience writing unit tests and testable code
Experience with multithreaded programming
Comfort working with RESTful APIs
Solid experience with Git in a team environment
Knowledge of other mobile platforms (e.g. iOS, Mobile Web)
Continuous integration (e.g. Jenkins, Hudson)
Experience with modern libraries and tools
Experience with at least one testing framework
Mapping API experience (e.g. Google, OSM, Apple)
Relational database experience (e.g. SQLite)
Build and release procedures (e.g. Gradle, Android Studio)