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search

 
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Algolia was built to help users deliver an intuitive search-as-you-type experience on their websites and mobile apps. We provide a search API used by thousands of customers in more than 100 countries. Billions of search queries are answered every month thanks to the code we push every day into production.\nWe're looking for a Developer Support Engineer to assist our technical customers with implementing and supporting Algolia in a variety of web and mobile development technical stacks. As part of our engineering team, you will be focused on helping our customers solve their implementation issue. Whether its helping a developer trying to build the next big thing in their garage, or Fortune 500 companies (like Medium, Twitch from Amazon, LVMH, ...) focused on providing a world-class experience to their millions of users.\nAs a developer support engineer you will partner with the solutions engineering, customer success, product and engineering teams. You will be one of the first hires of this new (remote-first) team and have the unique opportunity to kick-start and scale a brand new branch of the company.\nOur team and company goal is to provide the best support experience 24/7, all around the world (follow-the-sun). That's why we are looking for candidates willing to work in the Pacific, Hawaii or Alaska time zone where our support coverage needs to be optimized. The team is currently composed of one person in the US (Atlanta), one person in France (Nantes).\nThe ideal candidate will be a technical, organised, patient and an excellent communicator who enjoys teaching & enabling other developers to be successful.\nWe accept candidates with a US work permit for this role (remote OK).


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Olo


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\nAre you a developer who enjoys enabling other developers to build great applications and user experiences? At Olo we develop an online food ordering platform used by many of the country's largest restaurant chains, reaching millions of consumers. Chances are if you've ordered directly from a restaurant brand's app or website, we've made that happen. Many of these restaurant chains create a wide variety of custom applications and websites that integrate with Olo’s APIs. Likewise, the emergence of third party restaurant marketplaces and delivery services has opened new sales channels for restaurant chains, and Olo enables those channels via integrations to our APIs. We also work with a broad array of food delivery providers, POS vendors, and loyalty platform providers who integrate their solutions into the Olo Platform to enable a complete digital ordering experience. Working on Olo’s Developer Experience team will give you the opportunity to assist developers from the most innovative and notable tech companies in the food space. We are looking for a talented engineer and support specialist to join our team in the role of a Developer Support Engineer to help us achieve our vision. You will play a significant and visible role in helping our partners incorporate online ordering into their own applications and solutions. Your primary role will be to provide developer-level support for developers who are integrating with our APIs. You will also be responsible for improving our Developer Portal (where integration partners manage their API projects), API documentation, and associated tools needed to provide an exceptional integration experience. Your success will enable the expansion of the Olo digital ordering universe. Any engineer may work at Olo's headquarters in New York City's Financial District or remotely from anywhere in the U.S. In fact, more than half of our engineering team (and Olo) is remote!\n\nWhat You'll Be Doing\n\n\n* Support - You will answer technical questions from a wide variety of integration partners related to the functional behavior of our APIs, and you will investigate and resolve problems they report with their integration\n\n* Documentation - You will create and update documentation of our APIs to improve the integration experience\n\n* Product - You will build new features and enhancements to the Developer Portal\n\n* Processes - You will bring ideas to improve, remove, or create new processes that will improve the experience of our customers, integrators, and the team\n\n\n\n\nWhat We'll Expect From You\n\n\n* Curiosity and a drive to figure things out\n\n* Excellent English writing and communication skills\n\n* Enjoys the variability of a developer support role and the need to sometimes jump in and help untangle ambiguous problems\n\n* Comfortable in multiple programming languages and frameworks\n\n* Experience developing or integrating to a RESTful API\n\n* BS in Computer Science or related field, or comparable industry experience\n\n* Legal right to work in the U.S.\n\n\n\n\nNice to Have\n\n\n* Experience in a technical support or developer support role\n\n* Experience with technical writing in a software environment\n\n* Experience working in Zendesk\n\n\n\n\nWhat's Important to Olo\n\n\n* Our families come first. We know they make us who we are and they are who we live and work for every day. \n\n* Olo is our extended family. We’re in this together, fighting for one another. We’re happy to be here. We will not let one another down. \n\n* We learn from and fight through setbacks. We recognize and help one another with direct feedback. \n\n* We care about you. We offer 20 days of paid time off, fully paid health, dental and vision care premiums, stock options, a generous parental leave plan.\n\n* We value diversity. At Olo, we know a diverse and inclusive team not only makes our products better, but our workplace better. Many groups are consistently underrepresented across the tech sector and we are fully committed to doing our part to move the needle. \n\n* Learn more about our culture, values, and mission.  https://www.olo.com/images/culture.jpg.\n\n\n\n\nCOVID-19 Impact \n\nOlo is committed to the well-being of candidates, employees and our community. The  Olo NYC Headquarters will be closed for the foreseeable future because of the global outbreak of COVID-19. While an in-person interview is typical for many roles at Olo, we will conduct interviews via video conferencing while our HQ is closed. Olo benefits from the fact that over half of our workforce is remote, therefore we are accustomed to conducting interviews via video conferencing and we anticipate no impact on our recruiting timelines. We encourage candidates to share any concerns or questions with Olo’s recruiting team. \n\nAbout Olo \n\nOlo powers digital ordering and delivery programs that connect restaurant brands to the on-demand world, placing orders directly into the restaurant through all order origination points – from a brand’s own website or app, third party marketplaces, social media platforms, smart speakers, and home assistants. Olo serves as the on-demand ordering and delivery platform for over 300 brands, such as Applebee’s, Checkers & Rally’s, Cheesecake Factory, Chili’s, Dairy Queen, Denny’s, Five Guys Burgers & Fries, Jamba Juice, Noodles & Company, Portillo’s Hot Dogs, Shake Shack, sweetgreen, Wingstop, and more. Learn more at www.olo.com. Olo's headquarters is located on the 82nd floor of One World Trade Center.  We offer great benefits, such as 20 days of Paid Time Off, fully paid health, dental and vision care premiums, stock options, a generous parental leave plan, and perks like FitBits, rotating craft beers on tap in our kitchen, and food events featuring our clients' menu items (now you know why we give out FitBits!). Check out our culture map:https://www.olo.com/images/culture.jpg. \n\nWe encourage you to apply!  \n\nOlo is an equal opportunity employer and diversity is highly valued at our company. All applicants receive consideration for employment. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. If you like what you read, hear, and/or know about Olo, and want to be a part of our team, please do not hesitate to apply! We are excited to hear from you!


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\nAt Olo we develop an online food ordering platform used by many of the country’s largest restaurant chains, reaching millions of consumers. Chances are if you’ve ordered directly from a restaurant brand’s app or website, we’ve made that happen. Mobile ordering and payments is an exciting and active industry full of interesting players and yet still a relatively untapped market ripe for disruption. We’re quite up-front about the technical challenges our business faces. Running a platform with multiple white-labeled front-ends, that maintains real-time connections into thousands of restaurants’ POS systems, and coordinates complex transactions between these and other third parties (such as payment gateways and gift card providers) is not for the faint of heart!\n\nThe Developer Support engineering team at Olo supports our partners in their efforts to integrate with our platform. Whether it be an agency building bespoke web and mobile ordering apps for our restaurant brands, a restaurant marketplace integrating to our platform to gain access to Olo customer restaurants, restaurant technology partners building POS or loyalty platform integrations, or a third party ordering platform provider who is building a delivery capability via Olo’s Dispatch delivery brokerage service, third party developers are key components of Olo’s success.\n\nThe Olo Developer Support team consults with third party developers to educate them on our APIs, investigates problems reported by partners during their integration and certification, provides timely responses to questions during an integration project, facilitates access to test environments as well as our production environment, develops ongoing improvements to the Developer Portal web application that is used by partners to gain access to API documentation and manage API keys, and provides API documentation updates as needed.\n\nAs Engineering Manager, you will lead a team of talented developer support engineers in their efforts to deliver an exceptional integration experience to our technology partners.  At Olo we value outcomes over output, and seek a leader who can help us understand the broader needs of our partners and deliver the support, tooling, and documentation necessary to meet those needs. You will help develop and align the team’s vision, guide their execution, remove impediments to the team’s progress, and coach them to develop and grow both their skills and impactfulness. You will foster a culture of collaboration, communication, accountability, skill sharing, belonging, mutual respect, and curiosity.\n\nWe expect our Engineering Managers to be seasoned engineers with the technical experience to both guide and challenge their teams. As a servant leader, your focus will be on facilitating strong team outcomes, hiring and developing engineering talent, and ensuring that we are delivering an exceptional service to our technology partners. While your primary focus will not be one of designing and developing software, we expect our engineering managers to have a strong software development foundation to be able to effectively guide their teams. As such we expect you to have demonstrable experience in software development that spans architecture and design, coding, quality best practices, and production operational concerns.\n\nOur technology stack is rooted in .NET and SQL Server running in an AWS infrastructure, and we leverage modern software engineering tools such as GitHub, TeamCity, Octopus Deploy, Datadog, and Sumo Logic, as well as heavy use of OSS.\nThis is a full-time position. Candidates may work at Olo’s headquarters in New York City’s Financial District, or remotely from anywhere in the U.S. In fact, more than 75% of our engineering team is remote!\n\nDesired Experience\n\n\n* A  passion for computing that extends beyond work\n\n* At least 8 years of software development experience with a progression to a senior technical level\n\n* At least 2 years of engineering management experience under an Agile operational model\n\n* Demonstrated ability to build and mentor a high performance team while seeking continuous improvement\n\n* Ability to translate business priorities into viable technology or process solutions, and deliver\n\n* Experience developing realistic project plans, managing stakeholder expectations, and tracking team execution\n\n* Adept at writing unit tests and testable code, and working under distributed version control (preferably Git)\n\n* Experience managing distributed teams consisting largely of remote engineers\n\n* BS degree in a technical field of study, or equivalent practical experience\n\n* Excellent English writing and verbal communication skills\n\n* Legal right to work in the U.S.\n\n\n\n\nBeneficial Experience\n\n\n* Experience in a technical support or developer support role\n\n* Experience with technical writing in a software environment\n\n\n\n\nAbout Olo\n\nOlo is the on-demand interface for the restaurant industry, powering digital ordering and delivery for over 300 restaurant brands across 70,000 locations. Olo’s enterprise-grade software powers every stage of the digital restaurant transaction, from fully-branded guest interfaces to the back-of-house order management features that keep the kitchen running smoothly. Orders from Olo are injected seamlessly into existing restaurant systems to help brands capture demand from on-demand channels such as branded websites and apps, third-party marketplaces, social media channels, and personal assistant devices like the Amazon Echo. Olo is a pioneer in the industry, beginning with text message ordering on mobile feature phones in 2005. Today, over 100 million consumers use Olo to order ahead or get meals delivered from the restaurants they love. Customers include Applebee’s (DIN), Chili’s (EAT), Denny’s (DENN), Five Guys Burgers & Fries, Jamba Juice (JMBA), Noodles & Company (NDLS), Red Robin (RRGB), Shake Shack (SHAK), sweetgreen, Wingstop (WING), and more. SKIP THE LINE®\n\nYou can work at Olo’s headquarterson the 82nd floor of One World Trade Center or remotely from anywhere in the U.S. In fact, more than two-thirds of our engineering team is remote!\n\nWe offer great benefits, such as 20 days of Paid Time Off, fully paid health, dental and vision care premiums, stock options, a generous parental leave plan, and perks like FitBits, rotating craft beers on tap in our kitchen, and food events featuring our clients' menu items (now you know why we give out FitBits!). Check out our culture map:https://www.olo.com/images/culture.jpg.\n\nWe encourage you to apply! \n\nAt Olo, we know a diverse and inclusive team not only makes our products better, but our workplace better. Many groups are consistently underrepresented across the tech sector and we are fully committed to doing our part to move the needle. \n\nOlo is an equal opportunity employer and diversity is highly valued at our company. All applicants receive consideration for employment. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.\n\nIf you like what you read, hear, and/or know about Olo, and want to be a part of our team, please do not hesitate to apply! We are excited to hear from you!


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Olo


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engineer

 
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\nAt Olo we build an online food ordering platform used by many of the country’s largest restaurant chains, reaching millions of consumers. Chances are if you’ve ordered directly from a restaurant brand’s app or website, we’ve made that happen. Many of these restaurant chains hire software development teams to create a wide variety of custom applications and websites that integrate with Olo’s APIs. Likewise, the emergence of third party restaurant marketplaces and delivery services has opened new sales channels for restaurant chains, and Olo enables those channels via integrations to our APIs. We also work with a broad array of food delivery providers, POS vendors, and loyalty platform providers who integrate their solutions into the Olo Platform to enable a complete digital ordering experience. Working on Olo’s Developer Support team will give you the opportunity to assist developers from the most innovative and notable tech companies in the food space.\n\nOlo is transforming the digital ordering landscape for restaurant chains in an ever-evolving ecosystem, and we're looking for a talented engineer and support specialist to join our team in the role of a Developer Support Engineer to help us achieve our vision. You will play a significant and visible role in helping our partners incorporate online ordering into their own applications and solutions. Your primary role will be to provide developer-level support for developers who are integrating to our APIs. You will also be responsible for improving our Developer Portal (where integration partners manage their API projects), API documentation, and associated tools needed to provide an exceptional integration experience. Your success will enable the expansion of the Olo digital ordering universe.\n\nYou'll work with a smart, friendly, and passionate team dedicated to delivering amazing products using modern tools and technologies such as .NET 4.6, ASP.NET MVC 5, TeamCity, GitHub, Octopus Deploy and heavy use of OSS.\n\nThis is a full-time position with expected work hours from 11:00 AM ET to 8:00 PM  ET Monday through Friday. Any engineer may work at Olo’s headquarters in New York City’s Financial District or remotely from anywhere in the U.S. In fact, by far the majority of our engineering team is remote!\n\nResponsibilities\n\nYou will serve as a technical interface to our development partners, supporting their ability to incorporate Olo services into their applications and solutions via our APIs. Specifically, you will answer daily technical questions from a wide variety of integration partners related to the functional behavior of our APIs, and you will investigate and resolve problems they report with their integration.\n\nYou will evolve our Developer Portal to provide a complete technical repository of information, documentation, and tools that our partners will use to incorporate Olo online ordering into their products.\n\nThis is a unique role that requires a special combination of responsibilities: daily developer support, great documentation writing, and the ability to both interpret and write quality software.\n\nRequirements\n\n\n* A passion for computing that extends beyond work\n\n* Excellent English writing and communication skills\n\n* Enjoys the daily variability of a developer support role and the need to sometimes jump in and help untangle ambiguous problems\n\n* At least 3 years on-the-job software development experience\n\n* Excellent knowledge of C#, .NET and object oriented concepts\n\n* Comfortable in multiple programming languages and frameworks\n\n* Experience developing or integrating to a RESTful API\n\n* Adept at writing unit tests and testable code, and working under distributed version control (preferably Git)\n\n* A good working knowledge of ASP.NET MVC, JavaScript, HTML5/CSS\n\n* BS in Computer Science or related field, or comparable industry experience\n\n* Legal right to work in the U.S.\n\n* Beneficial\n\n* Experience in a technical support or developer support role\n\n* Experience with technical writing in a software environment\n\n* Experience working in Zendesk\n\n\n\n\n\nAbout Olo\n\nOlo is the on-demand interface for the restaurant industry, powering digital ordering and delivery for over 250 restaurant brands. Olo’s enterprise-grade software powers every stage of the digital restaurant transaction, from fully-branded user interfaces to the back-of-house order management features that keep the kitchen running smoothly. Orders from Olo are injected seamlessly into existing restaurant systems to help brands capture demand from on-demand channels such as branded website and apps, third-party marketplaces, social media channels, and personal assistant devices like the Amazon Echo. Olo is a pioneer in the industry, beginning with text message ordering on mobile feature phones in 2005. Today, millions of consumers use Olo to order ahead (SKIP THE LINE®) or get meals delivered from the restaurants they love. Customers include Applebee’s, Chili’s, Chipotle, Denny’s, Five Guys Burgers & Fries, Jamba Juice, Noodles & Company, Red Robin, Shake Shack, sweetgreen, Wingstop, and more. \n\nOlo is located on the 82nd floor of One World Trade Center.  We offer great benefits, such as 20 days of Paid Time Off, fully paid health, dental and vision care premiums, stock options, a generous parental leave plan, and perks like FitBits, rotating craft beers on tap in our kitchen, and food events featuring our clients' menu items (now you know why we give out FitBits!). Check out our culture map: https://www.olo.com/images/culture.jpg.\n\nWe encourage you to apply! \n\nAt Olo, we know a diverse and inclusive team not only makes our products better, but our workplace better. Many groups are consistently underrepresented across the tech sector and we are fully committed in doing our part to move the needle. \n\nOlo is an equal opportunity employer and diversity is highly valued at our company. All applicants receive consideration for employment. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.\n\nIf you like what you read, hear, and/or know about Olo, and want to be a part of our team, please do not hesitate to apply! We are excited to hear from you!


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Auth0


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dev

 

engineer

 
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\nAuth0, a global leader in Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS), provides thousands of enterprise customers with a Universal Identity Platform for their web, mobile, IoT, and internal applications. Its extensible platform seamlessly authenticates and secures more than 1.5B logins per month, making it loved by developers and trusted by global enterprises. Auth0 has raised more than $110 million to date and continues its global growth at a rapid pace. We are consistently recognized as a great place to work based our outstanding leadership and dedication to company culture, and are looking for the best people to join our incredible team spread across more than 35 countries!\n\nWe are seeking individuals with technology support experience to provide complex support services of the Auth0 SaaS solution.  Reporting to the Regional Support Manager, this individual will work closely with our customers to provide break-fix support, operational maintenance, and support services. This position is an integral part of Auth0's long-term relationship with its global customers, and the efforts put forth by this individual will directly impact the long-term success of the relationship. In order to succeed in this team, this individual must have the passion and energy to work in an entrepreneurial and fast paced environment.\n\nAuth0 has a strict NO JERK policy, so only those who love to collaborate, understand how to give and take constructive feedback and are always looking to make themselves and their peers better need apply.\n\nResponsibilities:\n\n\n* Support and maintain customers who have implemented the Auth0 SaaS solution, resolving technical and non-technical customer issues in a timely fashion operational management of support tickets.\n\n* Build and maintain excellent relationships with clients and achieve the highest level of customer satisfaction.\n\n* Work as part of our extended support team in a startup atmosphere, doing whatever it takes to exceed customer expectations.\n\n* Use your business and technical analysis skills and knowledge of the Development lifecycle to solve complex issues and promote best practices.\n\n* Collaborate with other departments in the company to achieve customer satisfaction.\n\n\n\n\nRequirements:\n\n\n* Strong analytical and problem solving skills.\n\n* Self-starter — able to come up to speed on complex, difficult concepts with minimal assistance.\n\n* Ability to quickly context-switch between multiple complex work streams.\n\n* Instinctive ability to subdivide problems into basic components in order to efficiently pinpoint root cause of issues.\n\n* Customer-obsessed attitude — a customer advocate, always going the extra mileTeam player with solid communication and presentation skills.\n\n* Proactivity — identify opportunities and take preemptive action against potential problems.\n\n* Continuous growth — permanently look for areas of improvement, make plans on how to improve them, and execute those plans.\n\n\n\n\nTechnical Domain Focus:\n\n\n* Knowledge of software development fundamentals and common architectures.\n\n* Knowledge of HTTP, encryption, basic security concepts.\n\n* Understanding of authentication and authorization concepts.\n\n* Knowledge of one or more auth protocols/specifications: OAuth2, OIDC, SAML, WS-FED, LDAP, Azure AD, etc.\n\n* Proficient in at least one programming language; ideally JavaScript.\n\n\n\n\nExperience & Education:\n\n\n* Min 2 years of technical support and/or software development.\n\n* OR 2-5 years of solid experience in a business or technical analyst role for medium to large scale business software implementation projects.\n\n\n\n\nLocation:\n\n\n* We prefer candidates based our of our London office, however we will consider remote employees for this role\n\n\n\n\nAuth0 is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Auth0 conducts all employment-related activities without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, citizenship status, genetics, or status as a Vietnam-era special disabled and other covered veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


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\nOPPORTUNITY\n\nDropsource is looking for someone to drive and deliver developer support to our users. If you love helping people solve problems and enjoy troubleshooting complex technical issues, this is an opportunity to help our community of users build data-driven and truly native mobile apps on the Dropsource platform. You’ll be part of an innovative, high-tech, well-funded startup working to change the way software is built. The Dropsource editor is a unique development environment that dramatically speeds up the process of app creation. We are not looking for the average customer support person for this role – you will become a Dropsource expert and will provide reliable and professional guidance to our users that will help them to implement a wide variety of app use cases. You’ll regularly debug development projects, specifications, and integrations.\n\nWHAT YOU’LL DO\n\nYou’ll own Developer Support at Dropsource, taking responsibility for fielding support requests, work with product developers and other team members to ensure swift resolutions to user issues, while aiming to resolve support problems yourself without assistance wherever possible, and build best practices for support. You’ll need to quickly onboard yourself with the platform and other technologies as required, finding the information you need to give our users the help they need to develop their apps. This role needs a self-directed, analytical individual who is motivated by customer success, is keen to create a dialogue with our community, and to capture user feedback on the product.\n\nYour responsibilities will include:\n\n\n* Respond to support requests via live chat, forum, email, calls\n\n* Manage support via a variety of channels, prioritizing effectively between issue and customer types\n\n* Support will include troubleshooting problems in the functionality of user apps / helping users to debug projects, implement app development use cases, and integrate external services with the platform\n\n* Drive support strategy within the team\n\n* Liaise with developers to report and follow up on bugs/issues\n\n* Liaise with other team members to contribute to product, marketing, and education initiatives\n\n* Analyze and report on user feedback\n\n* Advocate for the user perspective, proactively flagging up potential issues\n\n* Help with enterprise client support\n\n* Contribute to product and roadmap discussions and decisions based on your frontline interactions with the Dropsource user community, guarding a customer-first orientation\n\n\n\n\nRequirements and Qualifications\n\nThe ideal candidate will meet the following requirements:\n\n\n* Experience delivering technical support\n\n* Ideally you’ve supported users on a developer product\n\n* You’re a problem solver and facilitator, motivated to help people build their projects\n\n* You strive to achieve a high level of responsiveness and are always focused on customer success / satisfaction\n\n* Understanding of software development concepts and willingness to learn\n\n* You might not be a software developer but you can code to a basic level in at least one language (e.g. HTML, Javascript, Java, JSON) and will be confident learning about app development, APIs, data modeling, and tinkering with other technologies as required\n\n* You can pick up skills quickly, synthesizing what you’ve learned and conveying it to others\n\n* Familiarity with mobile development concepts is a plus\n\n* Self-directed, proactively taking responsibility for issues and able to figure out problems with minimal help\n\n* When you encounter something you don’t know, your first instinct is to figure it out yourself, but you know when to ask for help when you do need it\n\n* You enjoy developing constructive relationships with a community of users\n\n* Able to thrive within a fast moving startup environment including people in different locations\n\n* Excellent written communicator, able to convey complex instructions and guidance to people from a diverse range of backgrounds, many speaking English as a second language\n\n\n\n\nDropsource Offers\n\nDropsource is headquartered in downtown Raleigh, NC and offers flexible office hours, telecommuting options, competitive salaries and benefits and equity participation.\n\nDROPSOURCE (QUEUE SOFTWARE INC.) IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


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\nYour Role:\n\nAs a Mobile App Developer on the Customer Support team, you’ll be the first point of contact with Xamarin’s customers. You’ll work closely with product engineers and guide customers from a potential problem to a successful solution, delighting customers in the process.\n\nKey Responsibilities:\n\n\n* Work through support cases and prioritize cases appropriately\n\n* Write sample applications to investigate potential bugs and issues within Xamarin Studio/Visual Studio with Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android\n\n* Work with customers to help them achieve their goals using Xamarin technologies\n\n* Monitor issues on the Xamarin Mailing Lists, Forums, as well as other public channels such as StackOverflow\n\n\n\n\nWhat We're Looking For:\n\n\n* Sample artifacts of your coding acumen, examples include: GitHub projects, or other open source participation, sample bug reports filed, Stack Overflow reputation, technical Blog\n\n* Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android experience preferred but not required \n\n* A strong interest in building mobile apps on iOS or Android and proficiency with C# and .NET (or a demonstrable willingness and ability to learn quickly)\n\n* Excellent written communication skills\n\n* Ability to adapt to different scenarios because everyday is different!\n\n\n


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