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Software Development Engineer, Prime Video Commerce Checkout Web Experience

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Amazon

5d ago

  • Job
    Full-time
    Junior (1-2 years) - Mid-level (3-4 years)
  • Software Engineering
  • London

AI generated summary

  • You need experience in software architecture, professional development, and programming in languages like Java or C++. A degree in computer science is preferred, along with knowledge of the full software development life cycle.
  • You will design and build full-stack solutions for the Prime Video commerce checkout web experience, using Java, Python, JavaScript, React, SQL/NoSQL databases, and AWS services. Participate in agile ceremonies, meetings, and knowledge sharing sessions.

Requirements

  • Basic Qualifications:
  • Experience contributing to the architecture and design (architecture, design patterns, reliability and scaling) of new and current systems
  • Experience in professional, non-internship software development
  • Experience programming with at least one modern language such as Java, C++, or C# including object-oriented design
  • Preferred Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree in computer science or equivalent
  • Experience with full software development life cycle, including coding standards, code reviews, source control management, build processes, testing, and operations

Responsibilities

  • We are seeking team players with interest in full stack development to build reusable software components for scalable and resilient solutions. The candidate must possess analytical and communication skills, motivation and tenacity to deliver results in a fast-paced environment, and, of course, a passion for TV and films.
  • You will have opportunities to learn how to design and implement full-stack solutions especially core front end website solutions, solving problems related to processing large numbers of commerce flows and providing template-driven configuration to construct our customers’ commerce journeys. Technologies include Java, Python, JavaScript and React, SQL and NoSQL databases, and AWS services.
  • A day in the life:
  • In our day-to-day, we typically meet up the team (virtually and in person) as part of our agile ceremonies (like daily huddles, fortnightly story refinement, estimation, prioritisation and planning, and retros), technical approach and design reviews, knowledge sharing sessions, and project meetings. We fill most of our days with designing and building capabilities, as well as continuously improving our services and operations, having fun and maintaining work and life harmony for longer-term team sustainability. We encourage sharing thoughts and ideas and strive to create an inclusive environment where team members feel confident in speaking up.

FAQs

What is the main focus of the Software Development Engineer role in the Prime Video Commerce Checkout Web Experience team?

The main focus of the Software Development Engineer role is to build capabilities that provide a world-class user experience for the Prime Video Universal Checkout Funnel (UCF) across various platforms, including Web, Mobile Web, Android, and FireTV.

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Employees
1994
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