- Silicon Valley, CA, United States
- Mountain View, CA, United States
AMPLY is looking for a seasoned platform/backend Node.JS developer with a demonstrated 3-5 years track record Building large scale Node.JS applications in real-time, event-driven, distributed/transactional cloud/IoT platforms Developing API contract-first micro-services-based SaaS platforms Building Cloud native (AWS), high availability/resilient applications Testing/deployment in continuous integration and continuous development environment where you drive test-driven development and enforce the 'do not break the build rule' right from the beginning Obsession of automation, creating self-healing, highly resilient software applications IoT / control system domain experience is an asset, ideally in the Electric Vehicle / charging platform space Writing high-quality code for production and master the art of code quality
3-5 years of professional backend/platform software development experience in OO and event-driven (IoT) server-side, large scale projects Experience in at least one programming language (eg. R, Python, Hive, Java, Ruby, Scala/Spark or Perl etc) 2+ years implementing backend/platform Node.js experience Experience with event-driven languages (python, scala) Working knowledge of AWS tools and services (ECS, managed db services like dynamo, lambda, api gateway, SNS SQS, multi-region setup, cloud front, cloud formation, CodePipeline) Demonstrated experience designing HTTP RESTful API-first contracts and microservices that have shipped Demonstrated experience maintaining continuous delivery pipelines Experience with Docker containerization and container orchestration Self-starter, has worked highly independently Strong troubleshooting and analytical skills
About AMPLY Power
AMPLY aims to accelerate the adoption of electric powered fleets by optimizing the delivery of power, making refueling seamless and efficient for transit bus agencies, municipal and private fleets. AMPLY was founded in 2018 by Vic Shao, who previously founded and grew Green Charge Networks into the #1 distributed energy storage in the U.S. before it was successfully acquired by ENGIE, the largest electricity provider in the world.
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