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Free Market Music


closed

senior

 

android

 

engineer

 

music

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\nFree Market Music is a music technology company located in Nashville, TN.  \n\nWe have built our iOS application and are now building an Android version. You will be the sole engineer responsible for developing the Android product from conception to launch. We are looking for the person with the ambition, skills, and endurance necessary to create and implement a world-class mobile experience. This is as green field as it gets. You will be responsible for choosing your ideal development language (Kotlin or React Native) to directly translate our iOS designs and application into an Android product.  \n\nThis is a 100% remote position. Although you are the sole developer on this product, you will be working closely with product owners, our Lead iOS Developer and VP of Engineering.  You will be joining a team of high-energy engineers with exceptional integrity, transparent communication, and high standards.  \n\nWhat you’ll be doing: \n\n\n* Design, develop, and implement features within client-side apps (Android)\n\n* Consistently write readable, performant, scalable, and secure code\n\n* Deliver reliable software that’s on time, well-tested, and maintainable\n\n* Hooking the clients up to our RESTful API services\n\n* Continue to develop our UX and build beautiful functionality\n\n* Peer code review and follow standard development methodologies\n\n\n\n\nWhat we require: \n\n\n* Outstanding knowledge of Kotlin and/or React Native, and use of RESTful API services\n\n* At least 3 years of development experience at a senior level\n\n* High comfortability with Git\n\n* Experience with handling various types of media (variable audio/video streaming) and/or big data\n\n* Experience developing for highly available, horizontally scalable services\n\n* A deep understanding of the Android native platform\n\n* A keen eye for designs being translated from iOS to Android\n\n* S. degree or equivalent education\n\n* Excellent English writing and communication skills\n\n* Legal right to work in the US\n\n\n\n\nBonus points: \n\n\n* Open source projects\n\n* Have a love for music or play an instrument\n\n\n\n\nBenefits: \n\n\n* Cutting edge technology, solving exciting problems intended for national consumption \n\n* Hard working teammates who put the team and product first\n\n* No commute - 100% remote\n\n* Competitive compensation\n\n* Equity opportunities\n\n* Health, dental, and vision insurance plans\n\n* 401k plans\n\n\n


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Free Market Music


closed

dev

 

senior

 

engineer

 

music

This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
\nFree Market Music is a music technology company located in Nashville, TN. We are now hiring key members of our engineering team to create the next-gen music marketplace. We are looking for people with the ambition, skills, and endurance necessary to create and implement a world-class product.\n\n\nOur next teammate will take ownership of the features they build while working independently and communicating issues, concerns, and progress along the way. Some of our team is remote, and some of them work in our office. This position can be 100% remote - bonus points if you’re in the Nashville area.\n\n\nWe all wear a bunch of hats at Free Market Music, and we’re looking for flexible individuals who love to solve problems. Applicants should have a strong history of designing and building full-stack solutions. We need high-energy engineers with exceptional integrity, transparent communication, and high standards.\n\n\nWhat you’ll be doing:\n\n\n* Design, develop, and implement features on both the server (C#) and client-side (JS)\n\n* Consistently write readable, performant, scalable, and secure code\n\n* Deliver reliable software that’s on-time, well-tested, and maintainable\n\n* Define, architect, and document flows throughout the data lifecycle\n\n* Peer code review and follow standard development methodologies\n\n* Writing unit and integration tests to guarantee your code does what it should\n\n* Design and support CI/CD pipelines\n\n\n\n\nWhat we require:\n\n\n* Outstanding knowledge of C#, .NET, JavaScript, T-SQL, OOP and RESTful API services\n\n* At least 3 years of development experience at a senior level\n\n* Very comfortable with Git\n\n* B.S. degree of equivalent education\n\n* Excellent English writing and communication skills\n\n* Legal right to work in the US\n\n\n\n\nWhat we use:\n\n\n* C#, .NET Core, ASP.NET Core\n\n* HTML5/CSS/JS, .NET Razor, jQuery, Bootstrap\n\n* Git and Azure DevOps\n\n* Azure: Web Apps, SQL, Cognitive Search, Blob Storage, Service Bus, Redis, Application Insights\n\n* Data: MS SQL Server, Dapper, DbUp migrations\n\n* Other: xUnit, Hangfire, Ocelot, FFmpeg, Swagger, NLog\n\n\n\n\nBonus points:\n\n\n* Deep knowledge of Azure offerings\n\n* Experience developing for highly available, horizontally scalable solutions\n\n* A showcase of styling and responsive designs you’ve worked on\n\n* Experience with handling various types of media or big data\n\n* Open source projects\n\n* Experience building Android applications in React Native\n\n* Live in Nashville, TN\n\n\n


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