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Back End Software Engineer

Seeking creative and confident software engineers to join our team. The position entails development of potentially large-scale web and mobile software systems interfacing with cutting-edge AI (Artificial Intelligence) technologies as directed by the software developer lead. Seeking individual contributor with solid computer science fundamentals and experience in modern web and mobile development approaches with an emphasis in scalable back-end architectures. The position entails participating in an agile development process, starting with the analysis of backlog items, rapid development and documentation of code during sprints and communication with other development team members and testers throughout.  Experience with at least one (preferably two) of the following programming languages required: Python, Go, Java, Scala, or C#.  Experience in building software interfacing with relational databases and configuration and use of such technologies, including MySQL, PostGRES, Oracle, Microsoft SQL, or Aurora required. Prior experience in developing web APIs using any framework allowing web-service or RESTful endpoints required. Willingness and ability to quickly learn new tools and methodologies highly desired. Experience using Amazon Web Service capabilities such as S3, Cloudfront, EC2, Elastic Beanstalk, Lambda and VPC desired.  Experience with other document and NoSQL database technologies a plus, including Amazon DynamoDB, MongoDB or CouchDB. Familiarity or working knowledge of distributed messaging and queue systems a plus.  Familiarity or working knowledge of machine learning tool sets and/or algorithms a plus.

Minimum requirements:

  • BS or BA in Computer Science.
  • 1-4 years professional experience developing software or graduate degree in Computer Science.
  • Proficiency with either one of: Java, Scala, Python, C++ or C#.

About Beyond Limits:

Beyond Limits is an early stage technology company specializing in advanced Artificial Intelligence products and solutions. Our technologies and products include reasoning systems, natural language processing, machine to machine interfaces and analytics, internet of things, intelligent agents, anomaly detection, and AI-based encryption. Our culture is one of collaboration, courage, and curiosity. We are a fast growing team and are interested in people that take pride of ownership in their own work and also understand what it means to be part of a team.  In addition, we support telecommuting for our team members from outside of the Los Angeles area.

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