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Senior Software Engineer in Portland, OR

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compensation:

$100K - $150K*

specialty:

Software Development

experience:

5 - 7 years

Job Description

Our team is deeply invested in encouraging a culture that promotes design thinking, collaboration and a passion for excellence. Opal works together as a team to revolutionize the modern marketing organization.

Responsibilities:

  • Write server-side functionality using Ruby/Rails, Elixir/Phoenix, or NodeJS and develop client-side interfaces using Javascript/React.
  • Drive the creation, shipping, and maintenance of capabilities across the Opal Platform.
  • Participate in the entire product creative process, including user interviews, design meetings, technical architecture decisions, and resulting implementation.
  • Collaborate with other members of the Engineering team, in addition to Product and Design teams.

Requirements

Skills, Experience, Qualifications:

  • 5+ years of related software engineering experience.
  • Passion for building excellent product, understand its potential and realized impact, and creating great us
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Valid through: 2020-4-3

About Opal

Opal is a hydrated amorphous form of silica (SiO2·nH2O); its water content may range from 3 to 21% by weight, but is usually between 6 and 10%. Because of its amorphous character, it is classed as a mineraloid, unlike crystalline forms of silica, which are classed as minerals. It is deposited at a relatively low temperature and may occur in the fissures of almost any kind of rock, being most commonly found with limonite, sandstone, rhyolite, marl, and basalt. Opal is the national gemstone of Australia. The internal structure of precious opal makes it diffract light. Depending on the conditions in which it formed, it can take on many colors. Precious opal ranges from clear through white, gray, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, magenta, rose, pink, slate, olive, brown, and black. Of these hues, the black opals are the most rare, whereas white and greens are the most common. Opals vary in optical density from opaque to semitransparent. Precious opal shows a variable interplay of internal colors, and though it is a mineraloid, it has an internal structure. At microscopic scales, precious opal is composed of silica spheres some 150 to 300 nm in diameter in a hexagonal or cubic close-packed lattice. It was shown by J. V. Sanders in the mid-1960s, that these ordered silica spheres produce the internal colors by causing the interference and diffraction of light passing through the microstructure of the opal. The regularity of the sizes and the packing of these spheres determines the quality of precious opal. Where the distance between the regularly packed planes of spheres is around half the wavelength of a component of visible light, the light of that wavelength may be subject to diffraction from the grating created by the stacked planes. The colors that are observed are determined by the spacing between the planes and the orientation of planes with respect to the incident light. The process can be described by Braggs law of diffraction.
Total Jobs:
2
Average Pay:
$119,285
Total value of jobs:
$835,000
% Masters:
54%
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