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Senior Ruby Engineer - Production Visibility Engineering

About UsProduction Engineering builds the products used around the Globe to manage the incredible amount of new content Netflix is producing. You will be working on one of our largest internal applications and directly help our production coordinators manage scale of productions in the Netflix Studios. We focus on users who are managing the production and post-production stages which includes animation, vfx, cast and crew management, scheduling and more. We are growing rapidly to meet the needs of our users and we are far from finished. Day-to-day you will be working with our UX Designer, Product Manager, and other engineers to deliver new features in our Ruby on Rails backend. The application is evolving and you will be involved with product and users to direct that evolution.   About You At least 3 years of Ruby experience and at least a collective of 6 years of development experience A solid understanding of service oriented architecture, object oriented design, and common design patterns Experience in building REST APIs as well as maintaining and extending them to help evolving business needs A passion for users and can balance pragmatism and idealism to meet their needs Experience conducting code reviews and are comfortable giving feedback to ensure high standards of code maintainability and extensibility. Experience with automated testing and can balance the various testing methodologies Love finding and sharing best practices and driving innovation Nice to Have Experience with deploying software in the cloud Experience with GraphQL Experience working with Java or GRPC Open source contributions Experience with scaling distributed systems
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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