Zype

Ruby on Rails Developer

New York, NY
$90k

Zype is a cloud-based enterprise software platform that focuses on direct-to-consumer video management, distribution and monetization, with a core focus on OTT and branded mobile applications. 

Zype cloud service provides publishing, monetization, streaming, audience management, and analytics software that is integrated into hundreds of web, mobile, and OTT apps and engaged by millions of viewers every month. All this without costly development cycles, IT pains, or maintenance headaches.

Launched in 2014 and headquartered in New York with offices in Los Angeles, Zype is the 2015 SXSW Accelerator winner in the entertainment and content technology.

Why Us?

Zype is revolutionizing the online video space by making it easy for premium content owners to deliver mobile, set-top, and branded web apps without requiring IT.

We are looking for a Ruby on Rails Developer to work on and support our customer's Ruby on Rails projects built on the Zype Platform. You'll be part of the Platform Engineering team and will have the opportunity to innovate every day.

Responsibilities:

  • Write an amazing amount of code, quickly, at a high quality level, and have fun doing it.
  • Communicate clearly.
  • Work well with local and remote team members
  • Touch all aspects of development and operations, design, build, testing, deployment.

Requirements:

  • Know Ruby on Rails at the intermediate to master level
  • Know front-end development - JavaScript, HTML5, CSS etc.
  • Know MySql, Git, and working with APIs
  • Know AWS and how to deploy your own code (and not just to Heroku)
  • Test Driven Development and focus on quality and scale
  • Experience using a continuous integration/continuous deployment process.
  • Experience with video streaming a huge plus
  • Computer science degree or 1+ years minimum professional development experience

Bonus Points

  • Familiarity with Docker is a plus.
  • Experience developing using a microservice architecture
Zype

Brian Dorry

VP of Engineering
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