Software Engineer - iOS

East Bay, CA, United States, Remote, San Francisco, CA, United States, Silicon Valley, CA, United States • $130k - $200k • 0.1% - 0.8%

Standard Cyborg


Role Locations

  • East Bay, CA, United States
  • Remote
  • San Francisco, CA, United States
  • Silicon Valley, CA, United States

Compensation

  • $130k - $200k
  • 0.1% - 0.8%

Employees

< 10 people

Address

2 Mint Plz Apt 503
San Francisco, CA, 94103-1868, US

Tech Stack

  • C++
  • WebGL
  • Regl
  • React
  • iOS

Role Description

Who we are:

Standard Cyborg is adding to our team of people who are passionate about multiplying the potential of the real world. We are building end-to-end tools that make it easy for any engineer to design, test, run and scale computer vision applications. If you want to work at a company who is building a fundamental layer of tools to enable a better future, welcome to Standard Cyborg.


What you'll do:

Our team is currently composed of engineers with deep expertise in computer vision, geometry, graphics, and machine learning. We are hiring an iOS engineer to own and lead development of our SDK. Check it out here: https://github.com/StandardCyborg/StandardCyborgCocoa

You will own a critical portion of our product offering: the tools that iOS developers use to capture, analyze and and synchronize data. You’ll work with the rest of our team on API design, deployment tools, performance optimizations, and more.


We’re looking for:

  • Deep iOS experience, especially building highly performant and demanding applications. For example: profiling, optimizing threading, and memory management.
  • Experience with ML/CoreML on iOS is helpful
  • Experience with iOS graphics APIs like: Core Graphics, Core Image, Metal, SceneKit
  • Strong grasp of build pipelines, Cocoapods, automation tools, CI/CD
  • Understanding of the full-stack and able to work up the stack as necessary

Working style:

  • Can take broad requirements and timelines for the product, define and refine them, and drive them to completion.
  • Cares deeply about the craft and quality of what you build and hold yourself to intrinsic standards. Is motivated by impact. Strives to solve problems that make a real impact for our customers beyond technical novelty.
  • Has strong fundamental IQ/EQ with a track record of high quality work, and a passion for learning.

About Standard Cyborg

The computer vision tools of yesterday were fragmented, incomplete, and inaccessible to nearly all developers. Standard Cyborg is founded on the belief that computer vision should be accessible to all and that there is immense potential to be unlocked by bridging the gap between bits and atoms.

Hackers, students, startups and large companies use our tools to design, test, run and scale computer vision applications such as: designing post-mastectomy bra inlays, capturing faces for custom eyewear, scanning parts for documentation in factories, measuring feet for shoe sizing, and much, much more.

Simply put, we solve some of the hardest and most central problems in computer vision infrastructure so our customers can build amazing things faster.

Company Culture

Standard Cyborg is a close-knit team motivated by curiosity and a passion for meeting meaningful, real-world needs. Our team is original, humble, enthusiastic, and ready to spend the next several years advancing the state of the art in Computer Vision. We're looking for others that deeply value these traits and see themselves actively contributing to building this culture.


More:

We value originality in thought and humility in our convictions.

We’re endlessly curious and tenacious in our effort to make the complex field of computer vision approachable, humane, and easy to deploy for our customers.

We believe that great product design with high quality tooling, documentation, and examples are the best way to achieve that.

We are pragmatic, not dogmatic. No ideas are taken personally, and all ideas are open to discussion.

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