Software Engineer - Databricks

Software Engineer

The Engineering team at TigerGraph (in Silicon Valley) has built the world”s fastest real-time Graph Analytics platform.

We are seeking multiple software engineers to add to our world-class core engineering team. We build high-performance parallel distributed graph management system, and develop innovative compiler algorithms and usability tools to close the gap between human reasoning/intuition and activating graph data. An ideal candidate is passionate about delivering broad software stack through forward-thinking architecture and implementing high-quality products with the simplest and most intuitive user interaction design in mind.

Responsibilities
Design and implement domain-specific query language engine.
Design and implement architectural innovations to support a cutting-edge, high-performance, highly-available database and analytics stack.
Formulate and deliver tools that have high impact on the company”s daily operation.
Promote team success and continually invent ways to improve team productivity.
Write user-level document and code review peers” deliverables.
Perform unit and end-to-end regression testing of the deliverables.

About You (three or more qualifications)
BS/MS Degree/PhD in Computer Science or equivalent
Proficiency in C++/Java programming and Linux shell scripting
Experience in functional-style programming (e.g., Scala, Python, Haskell)
Significant contributor for a complex system (e.g. ETL, Compiler, Database, Distributed, Fault-tolerant, Reputable Open Source)

Preferred:
ACM programming contest participant, or publications in relevant conferences/journals (e.g., VLDB, SIGMOD, ICDE, OSDI, PLDI, PPoPP, EuroSys, KDD)
Hard-working with a record of on-time completion of deliverables
Excellent communication (writing/speaking) skills
Innovative entrepreneurial spirit to develop new business opportunities
Passion for the start-up environment
Strong background and experience in memory management, file I/O, network & socket programming, concurrency / multithreading

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