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The Hackerati


Senior Android Engineer

Senior Android Engineer


The Hackerati


senior

android

engineer

senior

android

engineer

4yr

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\nWhat We Do\n\nTechnology Consultancy\n\nThe Hackerati is a boutique tech consulting firm delivering Engineering as a Service to a diverse client base, from Fortune 250s to startups. We focus on providing product delivery services in the areas of agile, big data, cloud, mobile / multi-screen, and web applications. We are a team of unconventional thinkers, visionaries, scientists, and entrepreneurial engineers.\n\nWork We've Done\n\nIn the last 3 years, we’ve worked on a broad range of projects, including Web (90M unique visitors per month), APIs, native mobile (iOS/Android with millions of downloads), mobile web, machine learning, natural language processing, Big Data (330+ TB/mo), real time bidding, real time event processing (10k events/second), wearable devices, facial recognition, augmented reality, programmatic advertising, wrangling browsers and geospatial applications.\n\nWe are technology and process agnostic, so as a team member you’ll be exposed to many different technologies. We use proven technologies, following basic architectural principles and design patterns and practice Agile Engineering in a collaborative shared repo team development setting.\n\nOur stacks consist of Objective C, Swift, Java/Android, Java/Hadoop, PHP, Python, Scala, Groovy/Grails, Ruby/Rails, Angular, React and Erlang.  \n\nA great plus of being a Hackeratus is that you can draw upon a broad and deep collection of best practices from our respective Practice leaders to help you grow professionally.\n\nWhy You Should Join Us\n\nWe're not afraid to be our wild selves.\n\nWe’re different. With mottos like be fearless and weird is good, our unique perspectives on life and technology make us great people to learn from and work/party with. We sponsor lunches and happy hours, band practice, electronics like Glass/Oculus/Myo, and we’ve presented at the UN—twice. We rock that familial vibe, and you should join us if you enjoy a blurred line between work and play.\n\nWhat To Expect\n\nDeliver the industry's most challenging projects.\n\nAs Hackerati consultants we solve problems. Hard ones. To do so, we deploy teams of Hackerati to work onsite with clients around NYC, and build products in-house, both for ourselves and clients. Engagement teams vary in size and a typical project lasts between 6 and 9 months—Thus there is on-going diversity of cool new things to build.

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