Our team loves using the latest mobile technologies for all features of twitter apps, which includes timelines, tweets, GIF search and more. We've recently delivered the new Home Timeline, Moments, GIF Search, Polls, Highlights, Group DM’s and we're working on a brand new mobile experience. On the mobile team you have the opportunity to have significant ownership and impact over major user-facing features that hundreds of millions of people love to use.
What You'll Do:
As part of the Android team you'll be responsible for bringing some of our core products to Android. You will use your in-depth knowledge of all things Android to craft new Twitter features that are uniquely Android-based. You’ll build compelling new experiences in feature areas, the teams hiring Android Engineers in the following areas:
Home Timeline - high-impact team that is one of the largest drivers of usage and time spent in the app.
Health Client - Make Twitter safer for our customers and ensure the information shared is of the highest quality. This includes developing innovative solutions.
Explore Client - Define how all of our customers locate new content and see the heartbeat of Twitter in real-time.
Who You Are:
You’re an experienced mobile engineer looking to make Twitter for Android one of the best mobile experiences out there. You're someone who excels at user-centric product development and has a passion for making beautiful, smooth, delightful mobile experiences.
If this sounds like you, you probably have:
Top-notch programming skills in an object-oriented language like Java or Kotlin
Previous experience developing mobile applications (on Android)
Experience implementing new features and optimizing existing ones
Technical depth that allows you to rapidly fix bugs and solve problems
Experience working closely across a variety of teams including product management, interaction designers, and engineers
A detailed approach to writing tests and quality assurance
Advocacy of the principles of accessibility and the ability to build interfaces accessible to users with disabilities
Knowledge of core CS concepts such as: common data structures and algorithms, profiling/optimization