Slyce is the market leader in the emerging technology of image recognition and visual search. Over the past few years, we've been busy raising capital, growing our team, and signing deals with 25+ of the leading retailers in the US including Home Depot, Bed Bath & Beyond, Neiman Marcus, and Macy's. We are a close-knit team with ambitious goals and we're excited to drive our cutting-edge technology further into the marketplace and have fun doing it.
Our technology allows consumers to snap a photo or scan an image with their smartphones and purchase that item with a single click. The focus of our approach is to take our core services and white label our technology into retailers’ apps and mobile web. We also drive experiences with our core consumer apps, including SnipSnap, which reaches more than 5 million monthly users.
As a Mobile Engineer at Slyce, you will be part of a small team that focuses on building our mobile SDKs. You will closely with our Product Management, Cloud Platform and R&D teams to deliver powerful features to our clients and amazing experiences to their end-users.
- Collaborate with the team to define, design, and ship new features
- Identify and correct bottlenecks and fix bugs
- Ensure the performance, quality, and responsiveness of deliverables
- Help maintain and improve code quality, organization, and automation
- Very strong Android or iOS skills; some experience with both preferred
- Contributed significantly to at least one mobile app or library
- Proficiency with Git (GitHub a plus)
- Understanding of automated (unit) testing techniques
- Strong general programming experience
- Some exposure to C++
- Bonus if you have experience with:
- Building an iOS framework or Android library
- Computer Vision, Machine Learning or Augmented Reality
- Integrating backend services in mobile apps (REST, websockets, etc)
- Designing and supporting public APIs
- Cross-platform mobile, especially C++, but also Xamarin or React Native
- Familiar with common design patterns, Dependency Injection, MVVM,
- Server-side programming in Python
- Working on Agile teams