API Jobs from CARDFREE, MediaMath, FullContact and IFTTT

John Sheehan
Mar. 01 2013, 09:00AM EST

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API Jobs There are two sides to the API equation: production and consumption. This week's API job openings are focused on the consumption side which presents a unique set of challenges as an application becomes more distributed.

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API/Platform Engineer at CARDFREE

San Francisco, CA, US

"We are looking for talented engineers to help shape our product and to keep dreaming up ways to make it better. We want you to bring new tools, technologies and most importantly, new thinking to our team."

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Sr. Solutions Developer at MediaMath

New York, NY

"MediaMath is currently seeking an experienced software developer to join our Solutions Development team. The applications we work on are a combination of efficiency tools, partner integrations, and performance monitors. These systems are high availability and enable the execution of ad campaigns for many major brands. We’re expanding the team and looking for a senior developer that wants to lead projects and influence technical direction."

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Senior AWS System Administrator - DevOps Engineer at FullContact

Denver, CO

"We're looking for a kickass Senior AWS System Admin/DevOps Engineer to help us scale."

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Platform Engineer at IFTTT

San Francisco, CA

"IFTTT is looking for experienced engineers to help build the next generation of its platform. This is a unique opportunity to contribute to the core architecture of one of the web’s most innovative and exciting services. You’ll get to work on challenging technical problems alongside a small but driven group of developers, and play a key role in shaping both the product and team culture."

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