Software Engineer

We at Barracuda Networks are at the forefront of protecting our customers from email-borne threats and data leaks with award-winning Email Security products. These products have an install base of over 80,000 unique customers in 160+ countries. Our engineers are building the next generation of innovative cloud enabled email security solutions. We are looking for a skilled and passionate developer to join our small cross functional Agile team. As a Software Engineer, you will be working closely with product managers and customers to design, develop, test and deploy new and innovative features in a continuous delivery model. So, if you've got what it takes to excel in this role and would like to make an impact world-wide, we would like to talk to you!
Technical Skills:
2-4 yrs experience developing highly scalable software applications
Excellent skills with scripting languages such as PHP, Perl, Python, JavaScript
Excellent skills with C
Experience working with relational databases (MySQL)
Experience with JSON, XML
Experience with Lua desirable
Experience developing software on Linux/Unix platform
Experience working with open source
Experience working with a varied technology stack
Experience with source control systems (SVN, git, etc)
Software build management, deployment and automation experience with Jenkins, Puppet etc.
Good understanding of security, encryption and controls needed to protect information
General Skills:
Familiarity with email related protocols is a plus
Strong analytical and problem solving skills
Excellent teamwork and communication skills
Familiarity with Agile development methodology is a plus
Proven track record delivering enterprise grade, scalable, secure & reliable software systems
BS/MS in Computer Science or related field

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