Box’s Sync application is a critical on-ramp to our cloud content management offering. You will be creating highly efficient, flexible and platform independent framework that will become core Box Sync framework and will allow Box to provide real-time, seamless synchronization of cloud content to the user’s machine. This will also involve coming up with new approaches to syncing, highly efficient and optimized sync algorithms, and creative ways to overcome network limitations.
You will work closely with other engineers to come up with new collaborative features of box to the desktop (Windows or Mac) that will take the Box’s Sync technology to the next level. Your work will reach millions of internet users and help continue Box's leadership as the web's file-system, giving access to the desktop and other devices. This is a position with a high level of accountability and responsibility, so if you want a position where you're guaranteed to make an impact, this is it.
1+ years programming using C/C++ or Objective-C (Cocoa) Experience with Python will be a plus. Experience developing application for either Mac or Windows Good object oriented programming and design skills. Strong data-structure and algorithm background Basic understanding of relational databases, and data modeling. Experience in Client-Server architecture is a plus.
Box (www.box.com), is about simple, secure sharing. We're leading the way for individuals, small businesses, and enterprises to share, collaborate, and store content online. Box currently has more than 7 million users and over 100 thousand businesses clients (including 82% of the Fortune 500), serves over 1 million files every day, and has over 5,000 developers using its APIs. Additionally, we were recently named 18th on Forbes' list of America’s 100 Most Promising Companies, ranked 2nd Best Place to Work within Mid-Sized Bay Area Companies by the Silicon Valley Business Journal, and 4th on the San Francisco Business Times' list of Fastest Growing Private Companies.
In October, we raised $81 million in additional funding to help enterprises worldwide move information and collaboration to the cloud, and have built a powerful ecosystem of next-generation enterprise applications. We’re still privately held and key investors include Andreessen-Horowitz, Emergence Capital, Meritech, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, US Venture Partners, and Scale Venture Partners. The new investment brings Box's total capital raised to $162 million.
Los Altos, Ca
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