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Software Engineer - Desktop Platform
Dropbox | Seattle, WA, USA
Our Engineering team is architecting a family of products that handle over a billion files a day. We are responsible for the Dropbox apps for Windows and Mac. We take on the complexities of technology that affect everyday life so that people can get back to living and doing their best work.
The desktop client is at the heart of the Dropbox experience. Our team is responsible for the application that runs on the desktop platforms. We make sure the desktop app is secure, robust, delightful, and seamlessly integrated with the operating system. We are working on exciting new features for better sharing and collaboration, improved performance, and a great native experience.
Build cross-platform desktop client features and infrastructure
Tackle tough engineering and product problems at the heart of Dropbox sync
Create new ideas with our Product and Design teams to continuously improve on the experience
Take full ownership of projects from design to implementation and deployment
Push the boundaries of OS integration on Mac and Windows
Enable our users to store and share billions of memories on Dropbox, and make these experiences delightful, from our mobile photo uploaders and web albums to a host of exciting features that will launch over the next few months
Strong engineering skills and software fundamentals
Ability to evaluate new and existing technologies and make recommendations for application improvements
Eagerness to educate and collaborate with others
Enthusiasm for creating features and infrastructure on all desktop operating systems
Expertise Windows or OS X platforms with knowledge of system internals is a huge plus
We're looking for brilliant engineers who are hungry to take Dropbox even further. If these large-scale projects resonate and you would like to strongly influence the direction and culture of our Seattle office, we'd love to learn more about you and find out if we can work together.
Come join us, and have an impact building out an application that millions of users depend on every day.