Software Engineer at Ploomber

Posted on: 05/29/2022

Location: (REMOTE)

full time

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Tags: heroku python aws docker

Ploomber (YC W22) is the Heroku for Data Science. We help data scientists build faster and deploy anywhere with our cloud platform. Want to build new products and improve data scientists' lives? Are you interested in working on highly impactful technical challenges to help data teams build faster? Want to solve unique, large-scale, complex technical problems? Our development cycle is extremely fast, it's common to write code and have it running live on production just hours later. If you work with us, you will be able to make an impact immediately. Ploomber is seeking Software Engineers to join our engineering team. As a Backend Engineer at Ploomber, you’ll drive the development of the logic behind Ploomber's open source and cloud products, create code that reaches thousands of data scientists, work with data, machine learning and be a part of an intimate team that’s working to help data teams collaborate better and deploy their work anywhere. Your role will include: * Develop and push production-ready code by quickly testing, automating and peer review process. * Support our direct users when there are issues/questions. * Build and maintain scalable cloud infrastructure Identify problem statements, outline optimal solutions, account for tradeoffs and edge cases * Communicate effectively across multiple stakeholders What We Look For: * Python coding experience is a MUST. * Software engineering experience from a previous internship or work experience. * Must obtain work authorization in the country of employment at the time of hire, and maintain ongoing work authorization during employment - We are unable to sponsor work visas. * Previous knowledge of CI/CD, Docker, and AWS is a plus. * Web development is a plus. * Open-source contributions or active projects with a DB, Back-and-front end. * You enjoy sharing your work - speaking at events, writing blog posts on it, and interacting with developer communities.