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Funding5M-10M USD
IndustrySaaS, E-commerce, Advertising, Recommendations, Social Networking
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Back-End .Net Engineer

at Dynamic Signal in San Bruno, CA   —   Jun 29, 2014   |  
Dynamic Signal is a full-service social CRM platform that, on behalf of leading brands, identifies fans (through complex algorithms). The platform then reaches out to those fans, prompts them to speak out on behalf of those brands on many different social media outlets through our platform for rewards. The platform also manages the reward programs and reporting back to the brands. There are several companies that do bits and pieces of this, but we are the first with such a complete offering. And it has been very well-received, especially since it was only launched this February. Though we got our Series B ($13m) recently, we are growing because we have so many new clients.
Build distributed network systems and manage numerous servers and databases.
Design middle-tier and back-end logic for new features, collaborating with the front-end and product teams.
Code primarily in C# and the .NET framework.
Create highly optimized, scalable, redundant, and distributed software.
Write manageable, modular code, along with automated unit tests.
Help release and maintain your code and debug production issues.
Research relevant new technologies.
Solid computer science fundamentals and excellent design/problem-solving skills.
Successful development of scalable, high-performance services through multiple ship-cycles
Data structures, algorithms, object-oriented design, and multithreaded programming
Data model design, queries, and stored procedures
C#, .NET, C++, MS SQL, Windows Services, Web Services (WCF) (Preferred)
Velocity (Preferred)
Agile/test driven development
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