Software Engineer Romotive
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED Min Experience: Entry Level
We?re Romotive, a team of nerds obsessed with building an affordable, fun personal robot. Our first product, Romo, is an iDevice-powered robot that lets you video chat with anyone, anywhere in the world. Our investors believe we?ll change the world by putting a robot in every home in America. We?re well funded by SV Angel/Ron Conway, Mike Arrington, Chris Dixon, Tony Hsieh, and Stanford University.
We?re a tight tribe. We design our hardware and software in The Ogden, an apartment building in downtown Las Vegas where most of us live and work. When we aren?t coding, soldering, or checking production lines at our factory in China, we?re probably playing Starcraft or rock climbing at the local gym.
Our mission is simple: build awesome robots that make normal peoples? lives better. If this sounds totally f@$king awesome, Romotive is the place for you.
What we?re looking for:
You write reliable and maintainable code.
You?re awesome at collaboration. Our software engineers are happy to dive in and fix bugs in any of our systems, whether they wrote it or not.
What you'll be working on:
Scaling our backend P2P video conferencing infrastructure.
Creating a flexible and powerful visual programming language for networked robots.
Shipping mobile apps that enable robots to harness the processing power of the smartphone.
You?ve worked on computer vision, OpenCV, machine learning, audio encoding or mobile apps.
You?ve competed in coding competitions or large open-source projects.
You love robots. Obv.
Position is full time. You start yesterday. What? You?re not already on a plane to Vegas? We subsidize your rent, provide a comprehensive meal plan cooked by Chef Bobby, pay for gym memberships, and give you 100% health, vision, and dental insurance. You also get 5k to set up the development environment that you?ve dreamed about but never had.
When you apply, please also send your Github profile, app portfolio, etc. along with your answer to the following question: what?s the hardest thing that you?ve ever had to build?
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