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30+ days ago

Cloud Security Platform Software Development Engineer

Amazon.com Herndon, VA

Our impact extends beyond our internal customers. We also take these systems and package them to provide new and exciting customer-facing AWS… Amazon.com


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SDE II

Amazon.com Seattle, WA

Software Development Engineer II, Software Amazon.com


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Software Development Engineer in Test | Prime & Delivery Experience

Amazon.com Seattle, WA

Our SDETs support a centralized QA team that works on Amazon’s international delivery programs such as Super Saver Shipping, Add-ons, and Amazon… Amazon.com


30+ days ago

Software Dev Engineer II

Amazon.com Seattle, WA +2 locations

If so, we have a lot in common! We are the Consumer Website QA, a small team with a big mission: to drive the Quality of the platform that powers… Amazon.com


30+ days ago

Web Developer Engineer II

Amazon.com New York, NY

· Translate design and wireframes into a beautiful, performant front end experience that delivers a quality experience in all browsers, platforms… Amazon.com


30+ days ago

Senior Software Development Engineer

Amazon.com Madison, WI

If you have passion, you can build great software at Shopbop, part of the Amazon family of companies. Shopbop is actively recruiting for top tier… Amazon.com


30+ days ago

Business Intelligence Engineer II

Amazon.com Seattle, WA

MULTIPLE POSITIONS AVAILABLE - Use statistical and machine learning techniques to create scalable risk management and business analysis systems… Amazon.com


5 days ago

Quality Assurance Engineer II

Amazon.com San Francisco, CA +2 locations

MULTIPLE POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Own the development, maintenance and execution of Quality Assurance (“QA”) test plans and test cases of web-based… Amazon.com


30+ days ago

Software QA Engineer

Amazon.com Seattle, WA

This is where you come in. As a QA Engineer-II on the Digital Bookstore team, you will collaborate with developers and product managers to identify unam… Amazon.com


12 days ago

SDET II

Amazon.com Seattle, WA

We are looking for a strong Software Development Engineer in Test to help us deliver high quality products with great efficiency. We need you to be… Amazon.com


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    Current Employee - Software Development Engineer II in Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Software Development Engineer II in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at Amazon.com full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Ironically, the best perk for me is being able to bring my dogs to work. On my team, we've got a solid codebase to work from, a fantastic manager, amazing coworkers, and even our interns can create products that are seen by millions of people. Being able to work on really highly visible projects that have a significant impact is awesome. There is some *really cool stuff* to work on, and a lot of interesting problems to solve.

    Cons

    Amazon doesn't really give a feeling of warm fuzzy caring for its developers. Makes sense, since the profit margin is pretty low and we have to make it up in volume, but the lack of perks and decent developer hardware makes us feel kind of unloved at times ("frugality" is even one of our core leadership principles). I try to think of it as making us morally superior to companies that splurge on pampering the developers, but I do get jealous on occasion.

    Also, depending on the team... there can be a lot of obnoxious interference from business managers, randomization, and terrible codebases (we're moving away from Perl as the main language for website templating, but it's not happening nearly fast enough.) And sometimes teams are just meatgrinders - Amazon has a hard time hiring enough to keep up with project growth, much less to keep up with maintenance and OE. I'm also not a huge fan of future-vesting stocks in the place of actual money for bonuses/part of salary.

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