Twitter Staff Software Engineer, Full Stack - Developer and Enterprise Solutions in Boulder, Colorado
Twitter is seeking an experienced full stack engineer to participate in the evolution of the front-end developer experience delivered through the developer.twitter.com website. This includes helping self-serve developers of all types get started with and ultimately find success with the public Twitter API and developer platform.
The purpose of Twitter is to serve the public conversation, and our mission with the public Twitter API is to unlock developer creativity & innovation to serve the public conversation. The Twitter API has been used by millions of developers to build integrations with Twitter, from “hello world” apps in classroom settings to the most-used consumer and business products in the world. The developer experience encompasses how developers discover, get started, grow, and achieve their goals with the Twitter API.
You’ll join an established team of engineers and a wider cross-functional team that is responsible for Twitter’s developer platform, including our public Twitter API and our enterprise data licensing business. If you're interested in building products that customers use daily to make key business decisions, resolve their own customers’ concerns, and drive groundbreaking research, read on.
MS or BS in Computer Science
6+ years of relevant experience
Experience in building and operating high volume customer facing front end systems
Experience working with Java, Scala, C++ or any other OOP or functional programming languages
Strong design and architecture skills
Experience with software engineering best practices (e.g. unit testing, code reviews, design, documentation)
Strong leadership and collaboration skills
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