Software Development Engineer, Systems (Req ID 1448025)

Company Name:
Yahoo! Inc.
Yahoo currently has a Software Development Engineer, Systems position available at our office in Sunnyvale, CA. Working on projects of diverse scope and complexity, design, build, implement, modify, test, debug and deploy software systems, large-scale infrastructure platforms and network services that are the foundation of multiple Yahoo properties and applications. Responsible for performance, reliability, availability, scalability and security. Services are delivered to applications through standard and proprietary protocols and behavior may be customized via complete APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) and/or web services. As part of the Yahoo Mail Backend Team, help develop and maintain high-performing systems that provide API (Web Services, IMAP, & POP), Metadata and Elastic Storage for the electronic mail and its auxiliary functions. Ensure the system can handle billions of requests a day, and help system to support a variety of clients, mobile, desktop, & web. Work on problems that cover a wide spectrum - from web services to operating system and networking layer. Code in Java and/or C++ on Unix platform to help build the next generation backend for Yahoo Mail.
REQUIREMENTS: Masters degree in Computer Science, Engineering or related technical field and 1 year of experience in job offered or a computer-related occupation. Education and/or experience must include:
1. Data Structures, Algorithms, OS and Networking
2. Java and C++
3. Perl
4. OO Programming
6. Algorithm Development
7. RDBMS, SQL database systems and schema design
8. Development environments: Eclipse, Source Control, CI, Scrum
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