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System Development Engineer at Fugue (Washington, DC)

Fugue is a venture-backed software company developing an infrastructure-level operating system for cloud computing. Initially available on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Fugue builds, optimizes, and enforces cloud infrastructure—continuously and automatically. The company has raised a total of $74MM from investors including New Enterprise Associates, The Maryland Venture Fund, and Core Capital Partners. With offices in Frederick, MD, Washington, DC, and San Jose, Fugue is rapidly expanding its talented, high performing team. We are looking for a passionate technologist to join our growing engineering team!

Position Summary

Fugue is seeking a Systems Development Engineer (“SysDev”) to help with large-scale automation and tooling.  Candidates should be able to grab existing technologies and glue them together to create powerful, highly-available systems.  When something they need doesn’t exist, the should feel extremely comfortable sitting down and coding it themselves from scratch.  CI/CD should be their normal mode of operation and they should be comfortable driving infrastructure with git-flow-based methodologies.

Required Skills and experience:

  • Hands on experience with Golang and/or Python

  • Strong understanding of Networking Protocols

  • Strong understanding of CI/CD and source control

  • Strong understanding of Security concerns and how to address them

  • Demonstrated ability to work with others to come up with creative solutions to difficult problems

  • Ability to create tools that reduce operational workload

  • Production experience with AWS

Bonus Qualifications:

  • Experience with other infrastructure platforms (Azure, GCP, Digital Ocean, etc)

  • Experience with NoSQL data stores

  • Experience with Functional Programming

  • Experience with Containers

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