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A Yoga Teacher in Your Pocket

Full Stack Engineer

$150k – $200k • 0.0% – 1.0%
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Working as an engineer at Down Dog involves a lot more than just putting the client apps together.

There’s a whole set of behind-the-scenes technology that enables us to create content at a fraction of the cost of our competitors, from refining our constraint-search algorithm, to building infrastructure for maintaining our three clients in tandem, to automated video panning using computer vision.

All of our engineers work on pieces of those backend technologies as well as all three client applications. For that reason, we have a very high bar for engineers and only hire candidates capable of rapidly learning and using a variety of technologies. We want to see a CS degree from a great school, or experience at a top tech company. We love generalists who enjoy finding efficient solutions to a wide range of problems.

Except on iOS where we use Swift, we use Kotlin for everything (including our web client where we compile it to JS). Kotlin is dope and if you have experience with Java you'll pick it up super fast (and never look back). Experience in Swift or Scala works too.
Location
San Francisco
Job type
Full-time
Visa sponsorship
Not Available
Experience
1+ years
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Down Dog at a glance

A Yoga Teacher in Your Pocket

Down Dog focuses on Artificial Intelligence, Personal Health, Health and Wellness, and Yoga. Their company has offices in San Francisco. They have a small team that's between 1-10 employees.

You can view their website at http://www.downdogapp.com

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