Tech Yahoo, Software Development Engineer (Req ID 1446642)

Company Name:
Yahoo! Inc.
JOB TITLE: Tech Yahoo, Software Development Engineer (Req ID 1446642)
DUTIES: Develop and update the official Flickr application on Android, and define, design, and support Yahoos growing portfolio of applications. Be a major contributor on future target features, including automatic upload of photos, integration of the Flickr camera and image editor with KitCam, user interface redesign, and development of the native network stack. Responsible for designing and implementing new features defined in backlog, reviewing code changes for peer engineers, optimizing existing features and improving performance, and fixing bugs reported by Quality Assurance. Act as a leader on the Flickr team, mentor junior developers on the US team, and establish the development trajectory for the Flickr Android application.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Master's degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or related technical field plus 3 years' experience in job offered or other computer related position.
EXPERIENCE/COURSEWORK MUST INCLUDE:
- 1 year native mobile application development
- Performance profiling
- Object-oriented design
- Data structures
- Algorithm design
- Android application development
- Java or C++
Any suitable combination of education, training, or experience is acceptable
WORKSITE: Sunnyvale, CA
SALARY: $134,534 to $154,534 per year
THIS IS A FULL-TIME (40 HOURS PER WEEK) PROFESSIONAL POSITION.
TO APPLY:
Submit your resume to the following URL: http://bit.ly/1frjjIK. Please reference Req ID #: 1446642.

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