Senior Backend Engineer
Huddle01 is building a decentralized network to facilitate open, borderless and secure audio/video communication between users. Our current suite of developer-friendly SDKs enable cross-chain audio/video communication for dApps to help them deliver live and interactive experiences to their users.
About the Role:
Huddle01 is seeking a talented and experienced Senior Backend Engineer to join our team. As a Senior Backend Engineer, you will be responsible for building features, tools, and scalable architecture together with team and strategize for the long term vision and roadmap of our architecture.
- Work with development teams to scale video conferencing to masses, optimise the performance and reduce latency.
- Build best practices to improve the current API workflow
- Build micro-services to support new functionality.
- Work with development teams to ensure that code is properly instrumented for monitoring and logging.
- Work closely with the media and the infra team to optimise the performance and reduce the latency of our API framework.
- Help us scale our current micro-service framework to support a multi cloud, multi region environment.
- Mentor and hire Junior Developers.
- Ensure that our customer’s experience is the best it can be. You might have to interact with the dev team of our clients.
What will make you stand out:
- 5+ years of experience in a similar role.
- Well versed with typescript.
- You are intensely curious and passionate about the prospect of diving deep into multiple technologies, platforms, and problem spaces, even if they are currently unfamiliar.
- Strong problem-solving and analytical skills
- Experience in WebRTC, Protocols like RTP/RTCP, STUN and audio/video quality metrics will be a huge plus.
- Open to work on constructive feedback and proactively shares the same with peers.
- Good communication skills and the ability to work well in a team
To know more about us, checkout:
🌐 Website: https://huddle01.com/
🐤 Twitter: https://twitter.com/huddle01com
📝 Blog: https://huddle01.hashnode.dev/
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