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Thermopylae


Software Engineer

Software Engineer


Thermopylae


infosec

edu

teaching

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infosec

edu

teaching

java


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\nWe’re actively expanding Thermopylae Sciences & Technology (TST) and we’re looking for engineers who are continuous learners, passionate, and are interested in developing Web-based geospatial capabilities for desktop and mobile applications in support of government and commercial customers.\n\nWhy work with TST:\n\n\n* TST engineers are passionate and smart. We have a lot of flexibility in how we do our work, and take that responsibility very seriously.\n\n* We care, we mentor and collaborate and give you room to grow professionally.\n\n* We respect your skills and support career growth and continuing education.\n\n* We have fun!  We celebrate with regular Happy Hours, Chili cook-offs, and frequent team-building events.\n\n* You will get to work with emerging technologies focused around Google’s products, elastic scalable compute systems, SMAQ stack, and the next generation of TST’s R&D.\n\n\n\n\n\nCore Qualities in a TST Engineers:\n\n\n* The ability and passion to continuously learn new technologies, programming concepts, and architectures.\n\n* An interest in Geospatial and Mobile Software\n\n* Teaching and mentoring others on technical topics.\n\n* Understands supporting other development teams with custom platform technologies and SDKs and APIs.\n\n\n\n\nPosition Description\n\nWe are looking for a highly motivated and self-driven senior developer who can work with semi-distributed teams of product managers, software architects and developers.  TST’s Core Services is a powerful yet minimalist stack providing container-free abstractions for persistence, security and messaging across mobile, web and enterprise integration components.  You will work with a team to design, implement and support TST’s Core Services platform - the underpinning technology for TST’s commercial products.   \n\nYou will help to evolve this powerful platform in collaboration with Evaluation and recommendation of FOSS libraries for Core Services integration platform.\n\n

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