Software Development Engineer, Applications Req ID 1451446

Company Name:
Yahoo! Inc.
Yahoo currently has a Software Development Engineer, Applications position available at our office in Sunnyvale, CA. Duties: Design, build, implement, modify, test, debug and deploy applications for customer or partner facing products or internal users. Applications may include server based web applications and web services, rich browser based client applications (DHTML, Flash, CSS) and desktop based client applications. Primary focus is to develop application logic and/or user interface and ensure that the user experience is accessible, scalable, customizable, internationalized and also works across multiple browsers, platforms and devices. Collaborates in defining APIs/web services provided by the systems developers in order to integrate multiple platforms and technology components into the application. Work closely with user experience designers, product managers, and other engineers to develop new features for Yahoo Web Search in a highly collaborative environment. Interpret design and functional requirements into production level code, focusing mainly on software performance.
REQUIREMENTS: Masters degree in Computer Science, Engineering or related technical field and 4 years experience in job offered or computer-related occupation.
Education or Experience must include:
1. Object-oriented software design and programming
2. Software performance
3. Requirement gathering
4. Experience with Linux development environment
5. Unit testing
6. Experience with version control system such as CVS, SVN
7. C++ Programming Experience
TO APPLY: Submit your resume to the following URL: http://bit.ly/1frjjIK. Please search/reference Req ID# 1451446.

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