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Javascript Engineer

Experienced

TIBCO | 60700 Alpine R&D | Seattle, WA

As a JavaScript Engineer for Spotfire Data Science you will build a compelling and accessible front-end for everyday users to interact with powerful analytics and large-scale data mining. You will create a point-and-click design environment that allows a broad range of users to build complex analytics, and you will think of innovative ways of visualizing massive datasets. You will aim to develop powerful functions that are still easy to use. You will develop features end-to-end for a range of customers from VMware to NASA.

In general, we’re looking for engineers who are passionate about working with the latest technologies to help more and more people solve real-world problems with analytics, across industry and in the public sphere. Finally, we look for people who are willing to play a variety of roles, and to do what it takes to help the company and its customers succeed.

Our stack is HTML/CSS/JavaScript using Backbone.js,Underscore.js and Dojo/DojoX for the front-end.  Our back-end consists of RoR (JRuby) with multiple data tier technologies including PostgreSQL and Hadoop.

 
Skills & Requirements

  • You will join the team in creating a front-end application architecture to support the SDS vision of creating a simple, unified user experience for analytics.
  • You will use your past experience combined with cutting edge technologies to create modular architecture consisting of reusable components, REST APIs, style guides, etc. to facilitate rapid development for our analytics platform.
  • You will  have the opportunity work in close collaboration with UX designers, product managers and other engineers to understand diverse requirements and research options that best meet those requirements.
  • You will be hands-on with designing the architecture and writing code for the core components of the architecture.
  • You will also mentor and guide the engineering team in writing clean and efficient JavaScript code.