Full Stack Software Developer for FreeD Group
Intel freeD is a dynamic and creative group within Intel, developing the future of video technology.
“freeD” stands for Free Dimensional Video, and is an entirely new concept for capturing, processing and rendering video that allow users to immersively interact with real, live video.
Our content is captured in the largest sport and entertainment venues in the world -Super Bowl, Soccer, NBA, etc.
As a Full Stack developer you will:
- Build end-to-end products with C#, Node JS, and possibly C++
- Design and implement core, back-end software components on Azure, AWS and GCP
- Collaborate with other teams to incorporate their solution and vice versa
- Understand business problems and translate them into technical solutions.
- Work closely with our Technical Manager and Project Manager to define features and specifications.
- Work closely with other team's infrastructure to build and scale our applications.
- Analyze and improve efficiency, scalability, and stability of various systems and components.
- 5+ years or more experience in C#
- Minimum 2 years' experience in Node JS
- 5+ years' experience in development of Web systems.
- 3 years' experience in Relational Database Management Systems MS SQL, MySQL
- Cloud experience with AWS services EC2, S3, Lambda etc.
- Experience in analyzing system architecture, holding a wide system architectural perspective.
- Experience with full development life cycle - requirements, design, implementation, testing and deployment
- Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills
Inside this Business Group
- NoSQL such as Couch base, Dynamo DB, Elastic Search
Intel's strategic equity investment group, Intel Capital, manages one of the largest corporate venture programs in the technology segment, with worldwide investments and support. Holding equity stakes in more than 550 companies worldwide, Intel's investments outside of the United States span over more than 20 countries across 5 continents. Intel Capital is responsible for investing in technology companies to increase demand for existing products and services, ultimately expanding new business objectives for Intel.