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\nDragonFly Manages Coaching Video Distribution for all College Athletic programs with a proprietary Bit-Torrent Based Network.  Example Clients include Alabama, Auburn, Tennessee, Clemson, The SEC, ACC, BigTEN, Pac-12 , The College Football Play-Off, ESPN, Fox, CBS, etc\n\nWe are hiring for our new Sports Medicine Division focused on High School Athletics Injury Management and Health History Records to simplify the process and paperwork of getting athletes onto the field of play and keeping them on field!  We are building a Mobile Injury Management platform for coaches, athletic trainers, and of course parents.  Our Goal is to simplify and improve Student Athlete Health.\n\nYou will be working on our product\n\nWE need Serious – FULL STACK – Mobile Engineers to join our Team with deep knowledge of Full Stack Android development.    Our most pressing need is for Android as our company already has deep iOs talent.  \n\nSpecifically, we’re looking for:\n\n\n* Proven experience building mobile offline-first apps \n\n* DEEP Experience with Java / Android\n\n* Professional development experience working with a team with a version-control system (SVN or Git)\n\n* Ability to quickly adapt to changing requirements and new technologies\n\n* Ability and Desire to work with a new and evolving product\n\n\n\n\nNice to have development experience:\n\n\n* Agile/Scrum\n\n* Node.js server\n\n* TypeScript\n\n* iOS or Web Stack with JavaScript and Angular (Or Desire to Learn)\n\n* MongoDB\n\n* Unit testing with any framework \n\n* Amazon web services\n\n* YouTrack\n\n* Proven experience working in a remote/home-office setting\n\n\n\n\n*** If you are currently iOs and want to learn Android OR are looking to switch from Android to iOs or even to web stack --- We want to hear from you!!!\n\nWe are a small company and our engineering team works in many languages.  We have especially deep knowledge of C++, C#, Database (SQL and Mongo), iOs-Objective.C and would like to bring on a person with equally deep knowledge of our chosen Web and Android Stacks. \n\nOur Sports Medicine platform exists in 4 primary components of Server - Web - iOS – Android. You have the opportunity to work across all 4 platforms.\n\nWe offer a Competitive Salary / 401k / Health / Vacation\n\n**NOTE-- You will be able to work from home in this position 4 days but we need 1 day each week in the office for whiteboard time.  Thus, you must be located within approximately 1-2 hrs of Hartselle, Alabama.  Our Development offices are just outside of Huntsville, Alabama.      Relevant larger cities include Nashville, Birmingham, Chattanooga, Atlanta or anywhere inside a 2 hour Geo-Fence.   You do not have to relocate to the metropolis of Hartselle, AL and we are open to helping you return to the south if Seattle, Cupertino, NYC, Lincoln etc have worn off :-)\n\nWe run an Agile scrum development system consisting of 3 week sprints.  We have continuous integration in place,1 click builds/deploy and require engineers to make regular visits with the sales team to customer sites.\n\nYou will be an integral part of our engineering team with direct responsibilities for the design, architecture, technology, and implementation choices of the system.\n\nJoin Us!!!\n\nHome Office is located in Tuscaloosa, AL (Roll Tide)

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