Software Development Engineer, Systems Req ID 1451439

Company Name:
Yahoo! Inc.
Yahoo currently has a Software Development Engineer, Systems position available at our office in Sunnyvale, CA. Duties: 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. Perform design, coding, and testing of new features for the Advertising and Data Platform. Work with team leads and/or team architect to understand project requirements, provide solution implementation options, and estimate the tasks involved for planning purposes. Work with team architect to design technical solutions. Code solutions and ensure that code meets guidelines and standards. Write unit tests for code and work with QA counterparts to write automation tests, to validate end to end functionality from a user perspective.
Requirements: Masters degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, or a related technical field, and 2 years of experience in the job offered or in a computer-related occupation.
Experience must include:
1. Software Engineering processes, tools, methods, and test development or support;
2. Business documentation tools and methodologies;
3. C++ and object-oriented programming, large-scale software architecture, networking and distributed systems, and UNIX or NT development;
4. Java or J2EE;
5. SubVersion, Maven, or Continuous Integration.
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