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Senior Systems Engineer Swish Toronto, Canada / San Francisco, United States / Remote $80,000 to $160,000 a year
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Swish is a world-class development studio whose teams have delivered products for Google, Microsoft, Kik, Nasdaq, Factset, and other major enterprises. The blockchain engineering team at Swish is looking for talented distributed systems engineers to optimize protocol transaction throughput and network reliability for blockchains in development.
Our mission is to bring the promise of a decentralized blockchain-based future to reality for clients.
As a systems engineer, you will work with our blockchain developers, protocol researchers and clients to implement and improve on a byzantine fault tolerant blockchain architecture based on the Tendermint consensus layer, by increasing the throughput, reliability and stability of the network. This role is ideal for engineers who have experience optimizing performance and robustness of distributed systems, and are excited to be working on the cutting edge of high-performance blockchain protocol development.
You might have experience as an Unix/Linux distributed systems engineer optimizing performance and reliability for large-scale cloud servers, and be relatively new to blockchain and distributed consensus protocols. Or you might be a blockchain engineer who is very familiar with distributed consensus protocols like delegated proof-of-stake, and newer to working on low-level performance optimizations. Experience with Tendermint is a huge plus. Either way, you are a great detective and passionate about pushing the performance of your infrastructure to its limits, without compromising on safety or stability.
We are also looking for:
Strong communication skills.
Experience with performance and load testing.
You should be motivated by a desire to solve the most important problems, obtain unprecedented results, and push your methods to their maximal performance.
* Optimize Tendermint consensus protocol codebase for speed, reliability and performance, including making PRs as needed to the OSS Tendermint project
* Troubleshoot reliability issues of distributed systems, e. g. connection losses between Tendermint nodes under heavy load
* Monitor the infrastructure and blockchain performance to identify issues
* Measure and improve server response times in different conditions and environments
* Guide protocol design decisions
* 1+ years experience with Golang, C or C++
* 4+ years of experience in a systems engineering role
* Deep experience with networking and concurrent computing
* Deep experience with Unix/Linux systems
* Experience with AWS/GCP
* Comfortable operating in dynamic environments
* Background in networking or distributed systems
* Familiarity with Cosmos / Tendermint
* Proficiency in protocol-level blockchain development
* Contribution to open source software
* Degree in STEM field, especially software engineering or computer science related.
* Experience in small startup environments helping large enterprises.
* Experience with a distributed team
Launched in February 2013, Swish is a fast-growing business with an innovative working culture and teams spanned across the world with teams in Toronto, San Francisco, Berlin, Auckland, Bruxelles, Medellin, and more.
We create products for successful business using cutting-edge technologies: Blockchain, Machine Learning, and Apps Dev. Working with Swish puts you in contact with prestigious brands, wherever your base is. We are a 100% remote-work company because we believe it is everyone’s choice to live and work the way they prefer.
Work is organized in sprints - 2 weeks periods to which, as a member of our talent community, you choose to commit. You always have the choice to accept or decline a sprint, or take-on multiple sprints simultaneously.
We let members choose what suits them best depending on their current situation: family, travel, studies, finance. We know life is not linear and we respect the humans behind the screens.
Our work ethic relies on six core values: Transparency, Directness, Meritocracy, Autonomy, Responsibility, Continuous Learning.
Ensuring a diverse and inclusive workplace where we learn from each other is core to our values. We welcome people of different backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives. We are an equal opportunity employer and a fun place to work.
Here at BitMED we appreciate transparency and creativity. So, let’s try something new. We would like to give you the opportunity to learn more about this role the same way we would get to know you. An application!
We’ll go first…
Why is this position crucial to BitMED?
Our lean team is ready to grow! We are rapidly onboarding 22M members to our platform and that number is growing every day. Our Systems Software Engineer will be responsible for defining and implementing our software standards as they integrate between frontend, backend, data storage, infrastructure and other core system components. By joining our small team, they will be an integral contributor in developing our engineering culture. This person will be a key enabler for lean integration, faster innovation, rapid development, streamlined communication and improved collaboration.
Why does this person want to work at BitMED?
They are excited about bringing blockchain technology to the healthcare community at scale. Joining BitMED is a strategic and advantageous career move for them as they will play a crucial role as a contributor to bringing a global, no-cost healthcare solution to market. They visualize the impact they’ll have in this role and are prepared to offer their expertise towards building a successful new platform that will change the way the world views healthcare.
What will this person do on a day-to-day basis?
The Systems Software Engineer will be responsible for designing and implementing software for a variety of scalable, reliable, and secure distributed computing systems (e.g. blockchain). They will design, implement, and debug core components of internal distributed computing services. They will research and implement key technologies (e.g. blockchain), architectures, and standards. They will work with other engineering teams to ensure that services meet scalability, availability, security, and performance goals.
What is this person expected to accomplish within their first 90 days?
This person will assess the status of our current system software and build upon them. They will work with various members of the engineering team to define and implement API standards. During their first 90 days, our Systems Software Engineer will design and implement Protocol APIs for BitMED’s core services and work with various internal and external technical teams on the adoption. By the end of their first 90 days, we expect this person to draft the Protocol API documentation geared towards open-sourcing the API.
What qualities should this person have?
BitMED is looking for a person with the willingness to learn and the ability to contribute right off the bat. They can balance timeliness and business priorities with technical feasibility. They are adamant about solving problems and are a reliable resource for insight and assessment of technical issues. They are able to speak openly and humbly about their failures and mistakes, clearly articulating what happened and how it was addressed. They are passionate about learning, executing and leading by example. They are an open source enthusiast and a best in class developer with a desire to gain knowledge in an emerging market. They are able to think through and anticipate how hackers and others may attempt to subvert or misuse applications.
What experience should this person have?
5+ years of overall developer experience
2+ years measuring, analyzing, and optimizing performance
2+ years developing distributed applications and API integration
2+ years developing applications using cloud-based platforms and microservices
Strong understanding of concurrency, parallelism and distributed systems
Knowledge of concurrency control, data structures, algorithms, distributed system architectures and networking
What technical skills MUST this person have?
1+ years of experience with blockchain security technologies and cryptography knowledge
Strong systems programming skills
Experience with all aspects of software development from architecture to deployment and maintenance
Familiarity with distributed storage systems (HDFS, Amazon S3)
Fluency in Go (golang) C/C++, Python, shell scripting
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Hands-on developer-level understanding of blockchain technologies including smart contracts, blockchain applications or proof-of-concepts (POCs) using Hyperledger, Ethereum Solidity or other proprietary languages and APIs
Proven ability to translate requirements from architects and product managers into functional code.
Knowledge of database technologies including SQL/NoSQL
What skills would we like this person to have?
Strong passion for technology and applying it to business solutions
Working understanding of blockchain technologies, cryptocurrency, and financial software
Experience running a large-scale production system
Fastly helps the world’s most popular digital businesses keep pace with their customer expectations by delivering fast, secure, and scalable online experiences. Businesses trust Fastly to accelerate the pace of technical innovation, mitigate evolving threats, and scale on demand. Founded in 2011, Fastly powers online destinations including Airbnb, GitHub, Alaska Airlines, Pinterest, Vimeo, The Guardian, The New York Times and Ticketmaster.
The worldwide cloud services market is projected to grow rapidly to $236 billion in 2020, according to Forrester, Inc. As more and more businesses move operations to the cloud, Fastly is well positioned to continue increasing CDN, cloud networking and cloud security market share with edge cloud services that reach beyond content delivery.
We’re building a better Internet. Come join us.
Distributed Systems - TLS / API Engineer
We’re looking for talented software engineers with experience in building resilient and distributed systems to join our team. This role is responsible for building, enhancing and maintaining the platform to deliver our core CDN configurations as well as our future Edge Cloud products. We have local offices in San Francisco, Portland and other locations. Remote workers are also encouraged to apply. Time zones with some overlap to North American time zones are preferred.
What You'll Do
Contribute to the systems for managing DNS and TLS technology to minimize latency for delivering Fastly's services.
Implement systems to allow Fastly's customers to control their own TLS and DNS configurations for how their requester traffic reaches Fastly.
Contribute to the design and implementation of Fastly's latency-informed, topologically-aware DNS system.
Support internal operational, analytical and customer-facing teams that depend on the DNS and TLS tooling.
Build internet-scale, fault tolerant, well-instrumented services that enable Fastly's authoritative DNS services and TLS termination capabilities.
What We're Looking For
We value a variety of voices, so this is not a laundry list. You’ll be a good candidate if you have experience and/or interest in SOME of these:
Maintaining and developing large-scale and/or global production systems
Experience building APIs to handle complex or sensitive data with Go (or other languages) in an interdependent and heterogeneous environment.
Experience with network data and networking data structures.
Writing code that is performant, maintainable, clear, and concise
Expertise in designing, analyzing, profiling, and troubleshooting large-scale distributed systems
Experience with online testing, integration testing, database and system profiling.
Experience with software engineering best practices (e.g. unit testing, code reviews, design documentation)
Understanding of authoritative DNS services, especially in an anycast environment.
Experience working with geographically dispersed team: Previous remote work preferred.
Wehaveahugeimpact. Fastly is a small company with a big reach. Not only do our customershave a tremendous user base, but we also support a growing number of open source projects and initiatives. Outside of code, employees are encouraged to share causes close to their heart with others so we can help lend a supportive hand.
Welovedistributedteams. Fastly’s home-base is in San Francisco, but we have multiple offices and employees sprinkled around the globe. In fact, 50% of our employees work outside of SF! An international remote culture is in our DNA.
Wecareaboutyou. Fastly works hard to create a positive environment for our employees, and we think your life outside of work is important too. We support our teams with great benefits like up to 20 weeks of paid parental leave, options for free medical/dental/vision plans, and an open vacation program that enables our folks to take the time they need to recharge (some benefits may vary by location).
Wevaluediversity. Growing and maintaining our inclusive and diverse team matters to us. We are committed to being a company where our employees feel comfortable bringing their authentic selves to work and have the ability to be successful -- every day.
Wearepassionate. Fastly is chock full of passionate people and we’re not ‘one size fits all’. Fastly employs authors, pilots, skiers, parents (of humans and animals), makeup geeks, coffee connoisseurs, and more. We love employees for who they are and what they are passionate about.
We’re always looking for humble, sharp, and creative folks to join the Fastly team. If you think you might be a fit please apply!
Our mission is to give every person on the planet fast and affordable internet. We remove traditional internet infrastructure costs by developing technology which allows any device to be used as a cloud server. Using this tech, we will build a global distributed cloud platform. We are working at the forefront of distributed systems, peer-to-peer networking, and cloud systems.
Flare’s first product is a peer-to-peer CDN, designed to be faster and cheaper than incumbents. We are looking for someone to help us tackle the scalability challenges around our product. You will help us design and build out our caching, messaging, and routing systems to work across millions of nodes. You will have significant input and control over the architecture of these systems, to help us ensure that they are scalable, reliable, and fast.
We raised a £1.1m seed round earlier this year, and are backed by some of the original investors of Protocol Labs, Transferwise, and Zoopla. We have already partnered with industry heavyweights like the Guardian Media Group (one of the largest media platforms in the world), and our advisory board includes the ex-CEO of BitTorrent, ex-CTO of Shazam, and one of Akamai’s founding architects.
You will be a core team member in a fast-moving startup, working alongside talented engineers to build and ship a product that will be used by millions. You will be one of the first employees at Flare, and you will have direct input over the architecture and design of Flare’s systems. It is an unparalleled opportunity to grow and learn in a startup environment, and have direct impact on Flare’s direction.
We are looking for someone who has built and deployed performant and distributed systems at scale (preferably in Golang). We expect that you have experience working with the major cloud providers (AWS/GCP), ideally in high-load systems. You should be familiar with CDN architectures (caches, origin servers, proxies, etc), the networking stack, and the infrastructure of the internet.
Have you been honing your innovation craft for years yet yearning for more complex challenges?
Does the opportunity to play a key role in the launch of a software platform with massive impact (for millions or even billions of people) excite you?
If you’ve answered with 3 resounding yeses, then we want to meet you!
What We Expect
We are a cutting-edge web3 infrastructure scale-up project seeking a few very talented developers who are not just looking for a job but want to be challenged to accomplish great things in an exciting venture.
We are the veterans of many successful startups and will put you on the accelerated learning curve toward your future success.
We are looking for an experienced Lead Golang Engineer who has designed, built, and operated high-throughput, highly resilient distributed data systems. This is a rare opportunity to work with a number of talented innovators on building a protocol that can change the data cloud landscape, e.g. decentralizing big data.
This core systems development position will challenge you to drive the design and development of significant system software components with a highly collaborative, test-driven, and rapid prototyping approach. In addition, you will definitely need to build upon your previous innovation and operational experience with highly scalable distributed systems that provide availability, reliability, and performance guarantees.
About Cere Network
Cere Network is the decentralized data protocol powering the future of web3 with trustless content sharing and cloud data interactions between apps, users, AI/ML, and (NFT) assets. Cere is backed by the world’s largest institutions and projects, including Binance Labs, Republic Labs, and Polygon.
We look for a few things across all hires we make at Cere, regardless of role or team:
- We seek teammates who will thrive in our fast-paced work environment, where we default to methodical, simulation-driven, fast development iterations and a first-principle thinking mindset.
- We crave teammates with high standards and strong discipline, embracing a growth mindset to continuously learn and incrementally improve habits and processes.
- We require contributors to have excellent communication skills (esp. written), for everything must be well organized and tracked in Notion, Slack, Wiki’s, etc. We want autonomous, goal-oriented individuals who embrace transparency and accountability. No one wants to micro-manage others.
- We need good teammates who are generally cool people who want to be part of a great team & decentralized community where everyone truly helps and challenges each other to learn/grow by innovating together towards greater shared goals. Embracing the building of such a collaborative community is the only way we can sustain rapid innovation (and the only way to live/work, really).
- 5+ years of extensive programming experience with Golang.
- Deep understanding of system design, data structures, and algorithms.
- Experience with concurrency, transactions and parallel execution.
- Experience with cryptography (encryption and signatures).
- Systematic problem-solving approach coupled with effective communication skills.
- Substrate-based blockchain API
- Crypto libraries for asymmetric encryption and signatures
A bit more about our Multinational, High-Performance (and primarily remote) Team
Join a highly talented multicultural team that is based all over the world. We have offices in San Francisco, New York, Warsaw, Amsterdam, Berlin, and several locations in Asia. As stated above, we make remote working possible by embracing our ethos, yet many teams also travel to meet in person every 1-2 months. We all want high degrees of autonomy and flexibility to make life and work fun, but transparency, accountability/ownership are the requisites.
Distributed Systems Engineer - to help us build a public, decentralised, blockchain-backed legal agreements network
£40,000 - £80,000 plus options (ESOP).
Relocation package available for the right candidate. This role could also be based in our Edinburgh office.
Candidates currently based outside of London or Edinburgh must indicate their preferred location and willingness to relocate in their cover letter.
We are looking for kind, talented software engineers to help us make smart iterations on our legal agreements network as we deploy successive test networks.
Monax were pioneers of permissioned blockchains and smart contracts and we are building our Agreements Network to allow new and more efficient forms of legal transacting.
Exploiting the benefits of various decentralised, distributed, and masterless technologies - chiefly Hyperledger Burrow, which Monax built from scratch and still maintains based on the Tendermint consensus engine.
You will have the chance to work on a system that has distributed consensus and validation in a low trust environment at its heart and offers very interesting challenges, these could be:
Working with multiple clusters of nodes, most of which are not under your control to handle semi-automated network upgrades and governance votes. How do you upgrade a network you do not control?
Using cryptographic primitives like Verifiable Random Functions to orchestrate churn amongst network validators
Build package manager and compiler integrations for deploying and testing smart contracts
Implement low-level virtual machine instructions and improvements to our Ethereum Virtual Machine implementation
Working with our CTO on our Node Distribution Team you can expect to quickly own significant parts of our stack, and make decisions that will affect the company’s future viability in a fast-moving space (public permissioned consensus networks). You would also work closely with our Product Team who are responsible for building the foundational smart contracts, the business process modelling engine that drives the Agreements Network and also our particular front end (the network is open to extension by any of our co-founders however).
Your role will give you the chance to work across all teams in the business and it will also give you the opportunity to leave your mark in a growing industry, where you need to evaluate existing best practices and apply them to new technological paradigms and new programming languages. Navigating between the hype, the detractors and the zealots we believe there is real value in our approach and we intend to prove it.
You will join a business building a genuinely novel system, that in part intends to create an entirely new market by enabling legal products that challenge existing legal services.
This role would suit a talented software engineer, with solid technical skills in and a minimum of 3-4 years of software development experience. We are also open to engineers who can bring significantly more experience to the role. If you are a good match for Monax, we are willing to create a role that suits you.
Who do we need? Someone who has:
Go experience or the ability to pick it up in a few weeks
Kubernetes experience or the ability to pick it up in a few weeks
A degree-level qualification in a numerate discipline or equivalent evidence of analytic and reasoning skills and theoretical thinking
A good knowledge of algorithms and data structures
A hacker mentality towards making things work
An ability for long form design work ‘on pencil and paper’
An ineffable marmot-ness
It is crucial that you are able to take part in forceful yet respectful technical discussions with colleagues and that you are able to change your mind about something if required, and also are able to change other’s minds.
Real things you might work on:
Build a Kubernetes operator for Hyperledger Burrow
Devise a way to compress/normalise data in our merkle tree to control our long-term storage usage
Implement an atomic swap with public Ethereum to represent value on our chain
Write optimised native (Go) functions, callable from evm, to implement graph traversal over our business processes
Build fee allocation and distribution models that help maintain our network and provide the correct incentives
What can Monax offer you?
Extremely marketable blockchain and cryptocurrency skills.
The chance to make blockchain systems live up to their hype by making them highly operable, our network will be operated peer-to-peer by many parties and this needs to be as painless as possible.
Experience in blending distributed, decentralised, and centralised systems. To spend time working on something foundational at the level of a network architecture.
The chance to spend time thinking ‘around the software’; about law, economics, and game theory.
You will have a high level of autonomy. The business has just enough hierarchy, consensus and individual project responsibility (c.f. design-by-committee) favoured over diktats.
Flexible working - the successful candidate will be based in our London or Edinburgh work space primarily, but there is scope for flexible working and choosing your own hours and place of work when established.
Relocation assistance is available for the right candidate.
Who will you be working with?
Around fifteen people in our passionate cross functional team, including time with:
Our CTO in London, who would be your primary daily contact
Our CPO in New York, with whom you’ll liaise with to ensure the distribution platform and product stack work harmoniously.
Product Team members currently building the application stack.
Our Legal Engineers in New York providing crucial context to how legal products on the platform will be used
Our CEO in Edinburgh for just about anything else...
Monax would like to build a better system for contracting for the good of humanity and other forms of life. To learn more please visit:
Software Engineer Hashicorp Charlotte, NC / Remote $125,000 to $140,000 a year
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On the Nomad team, we develop tools for service deployment and batch job scheduling. Our customers place a high level of trust in us, relying on our tools to operate their own infrastructure and software effectively, and so we care deeply about reliability and performance.
This particular position is unique in that in addition to general Nomad backend engineering duties, this person will be the sole internal owner of the Nomad integration for Spark. We anticipate that work taking approximately 15-20% of this person’s time, and the rest of the time will be spent working on the overall Nomad roadmap along with the rest of the Nomad team. While we strive to hire at a variety of experience levels, this particular opening is not well-suited for recent graduates due to the level of independent ownership we expect for the integration for Spark. You will have the support of a Product and Engineering Manager in prioritizing and delivering work for the integration, but minimal fine-grained oversight from other Nomad Engineers. You will, however, benefit from direct interactions with users of the tool! This is an excellent technical leadership opportunity for someone with the capacity to operate well at this level of independence.
At HashiCorp, we value top-notch collaboration and communication skills, both among internal teams and in how we interact with our users. We take care to balance and be responsive to the needs of our open source community as well as our enterprise level customers.
Engineering at HashiCorp is largely a remote team. While prior experience working remotely isn't required, we are looking for team members who perform well given a high level of independence and autonomy.
In your cover letter, please describe why you're interested in working at HashiCorp, and what draws you to this role in particular! Since this is a unique role on the team, we require a cover letter for your application to be considered complete.
In this role, you can expect to:
Be the sole internal owner of the Nomad integration for Spark
Program in Golang for general Nomad work, learning from and contributing to a team committed to continually improving their skills
Program in Scala for integration with Spark work, as an independent Scala expert
Work on next-generation distributed systems for infrastructure management
Develop novel algorithms within the context of our open source tools
Build and architect systems for managing extremely large-scale global fleets of resources
Interface directly with internal teams, users and HashiCorp customers, and represent HashiCorp well to the large Nomad community
Own the full lifecycle of feature development from design through testing and release
You may be a good fit for our team if:
You are fluent in Scala or a similar language (Java skills with an understanding of functional programming concepts is a workable substitute)
You are interested in learning Golang if you aren’t already well-versed
You have past experience working with large batch data workloads, and can empathize with the problems that Spark solves for its users
You’re familiar with systems engineering, with networking and operating systems, and are comfortable with low-level programming
You have prior experience working in high performance or distributed systems; while we strive to hire at a variety of experience levels, this particular opening is not well-suited for recent graduates
You can knowledgeably discuss tradeoffs in distributed systems, such as those made for debugging and performance
You're familiar with the pieces of typical modern infrastructure: secret storage, service discovery, etc
You’re able to reason about performance, security, and user interactions in complex systems
At HashiCorp, we are committed to hiring and cultivating a diverse team. If you are on the fence about whether you meet our requirements, please apply anyway!
We are looking for a Software Development Engineer to join our cross-functional team responsible for TUNE’s core Performance Partnership Marketing Platform.
As a well-established engineering group at TUNE, the Management and Measurement team builds and maintains the mission critical systems which handle all global, real-time event measurement and business rules enforcement for our customers.
Our enterprise handles tens of billions of events per month. The high-volume, high-velocity, high-throughput systems we build and manage provide interesting challenges for motivated engineers, and we're looking for the right person to help us continue evolving and improving our systems for higher scale.
You will work remotely, collaborating with product managers and fellow engineers to design and deliver solutions from start to finish, in an Agile environment. In addition to new feature development, the team is also responsible for operations, performance, security, and scalability.
Our engineers have the opportunity to deliver features that delight our customers as well as define standards and best practices for how we build software at TUNE. The ideal candidate has a history of working on large, distributed systems that deliver predictable performance worldwide, scaling to meet dynamic load demands.
Have an interesting project on Github? We'd love to see it.
Taking ownership of the quality of our software, advancing our technology stack, upholding best practices, and optimizing our processes.
Solving interesting concurrency and distributed programming problems.
Writing performant code in a high-availability, distributed environment.
Analyzing and optimizing code with an eye towards scalability and robustness.
Articulating possible solutions and their trade-offs.
Ensuring high software quality and security via automated testing.
Using your expertise to shape the roadmap for our team, our high-performance computing architecture, and the product.
What you’ll need…
Computer Science or relevant math/science academic background (or truly great experience).
Industry proven professional software engineering experience (over 5 years) with a focus on parallel processing, distributing systems, and large datasets.
Expertise working with Golang. Experience with C/C++ is highly desired.
Ability to actively contribute to tuning and optimizing software and systems implementations.
Experience building scalable solutions with cloud technologies such as AWS, and container technologies including Docker and Kubernetes.
Fluency with Git and version control concepts.
Comfortable programming in a Linux/Unix environment.
Hands-on, language agnostic, knowledge of important programming concepts, including memory management, performance tradeoffs, dependency management, and automated testing.
Ability to work within a team to drive a project to completion using strong written communication and collaboration skills.
Ability to deliver high-quality features to production, operating independently when needed.
Ability to make pragmatic decisions quickly and support consensus within a project team.
TUNE makes technology that powers successful performance-based marketing partnerships across mobile and web. Headquartered in Seattle with hundreds of employees worldwide, TUNE is trusted by innovative affiliate marketers, the largest mobile advertising platforms, and iconic brands across the globe. For more information visit: www.tune.com.
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on basis of disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other legally protected status.
Are you passionate about building high performant products or using cutting edge technologies? Are you interested in defining our products, working closely with Product Management, in a fast-paced Agile environment? Are you looking to be impactful and contribute to engineering initiatives to achieve product goals with excellence? StackRox has an opportunity for you where you can contribute your skills, expertise, ingenuity and passion to help us succeed in our mission!
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR
We are looking for a software engineer who is skilled in building large scale distributed software systems that are highly performant while reducing the cost of deployment in cloud infrastructures. The ideal candidate cares deeply about performance, resource footprint, elegant coding with a great understanding of data structures and algorithms for enterprise-grade products, and is a fearless experimenter with a willingness to try new things. You'll fit right in if you like solving challenging problems by architecting elegant solutions, designing algorithms and writing code.
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science/Engineering or related field (or equivalent experience)
1+ years of experience in software engineering, algorithm design and systems development
Experience developing in Golang, C/C++, Java, or Python, with a language agnostic attitude toward development
Strong ability to define problems, formulate solutions, effectively collaborate and communicate, plan and execute
Ability to work boldly with a sense of urgency: embrace mistakes, learn from them, and help drive the team toward success
Master's degree in Computer Science/Engineering or related field (or equivalent experience)
Experience with Docker or Kubernetes, and Linux containerization technology
Experience with private and public cloud design considerations in the areas of virtualization, distributed systems, load balancing and networking, large scale data storage, and/or security
Experience with distributed system orchestrators, scalable messaging systems, and large throughput data processing systems
Experience with low level Linux containerization subsystems (cgroups, namespaces), other containerization/virtualization systems, or related subsystems like scheduling or networking
Expertise with a broad range of data structures, algorithms, and software design, with strong debugging skills
StackRox helps enterprises secure their cloud-native applications at scale from container build and deployment through runtime. Founded in 2014 by Sameer Bhalotra (former White House senior director for cybersecurity) and Ali Golshan (former co-founder and CTO of Cyphort), StackRox has assembled a team of experts in security, infrastructure, and machine learning. StackRox enables security teams to centralize container deployment governance, visualize the container attack surface, expose malicious activity, and stop attacker activity. It combines a new security architecture, machine learning, and protective actions to disrupt attacks in real time and limit their impact. Partnered with Docker, Amazon, Google, IBM and Red Hat, StackRox is the choice of both Global 2000 and emerging cloud-native enterprise companies.
Clearmatics is a protocol engineering company. We are building a new financial market architecture that is more open, fair, and resilient than the legacy systems that are in use today. We develop protocols and software that create new markets for risk and more efficient infrastructure for trading, backed by a robust and scalable blockchain network, and secured with modern cryptographic techniques and economic mechanism design.
Clearmatics is based in London but operates on a 'remote first' model. We welcome candidates from all over the world. We have close ties to the Open Source and Ethereum communities, with Vitalik Buterin as an adviser.
The Engineering team at Clearmatics is responsible for developing our blockchain software at Layer 1 and Layer 2. At the core of our stack is the Autonity client, the node software that powers our blockchain network. It is based on Ethereum (go-ethereum) and is secured by Tendermint Proof-of-Stake consensus. Our decentralised platforms are built on smart contracts and decentralised applications, and are supported by backend services in Go.
We're looking to hire a Core Developer to expand our Layer 1 Engineering team.
You're a systems programmer with good knowledge of Layer 1 protocols, and a passion for blockchain and decentralisation. You enjoy working to a high standard and writing code that is clean, performant, and maintainable. You appreciate the importance of careful design choices and can anticipate the impact of code changes on wider system behaviour. You can demonstrate a strong interest in blockchain and may even have open source contributions that you can highlight. You express yourself clearly in writing and in discussions.
You will be involved at all stages of the development lifecycle for the Autonity protocol and its blockchain node client (a fork of go-ethereum).
- Implementing new protocol features in Go and Solidity
- Developing new distributed systems tests and frameworks
- Contributing to protocol and design specifications
- Working with members of the community to resolve issues
- Your work will ensure that Autonity client is correct, reliable, performant, and secure. This will enable Autonity to serve as the foundational layer for a new ecosystem of decentralised markets.
At least a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or a related field
Strong programming skills in a low-level language like Go, Rust, or C++ (ideally 2+ years with Go)
Experience with network, concurrent, and distributed programming/debugging on Linux systems
Good knowledge of Ethereum protocols, BFT and dPoS consensus, P2P messaging, and crypto primitives
Experience developing on a blockchain node client (preferably Ethereum-like)
Knowledge of distributed systems theory obtained from coursework or self-study
Smart contract programming experience using Solidity and Web3 APIs
Our compensation is blockchain competitive and dependent on your skills & experience.