Japanese - Business
English - None
.NET
jQuery
Seaser2
Spring
Struts
C#
Java
Perl
PHP
Javascript
Android
Linux
MacOSX
Unix
Windows
MySQL
Oracle
PostgreSQL
SQL Server
Apache
Microsoft Azure
Docker
Eclipse
Google Cloud
Jenkins
Subversion
Tomcat
 Tokyo, Utsunomiya, or another office location

Proposal, design, development, and maintenance of systems

Past Projects
Build a business reports system for a major trading firm 
Build/run an accounting system
Construction/maintenance of a credit management system
Maintain database for logistics partners

* Non-Japanese staff are working on projects for international company clients!

10 days ago

Japanese - Business
Amazon Web Services
Heroku
Circle CI
Travis CI
 Nishi-gotanda, Shinagawa-ku

About the Company
The company provides an English-learning application that uses AI. It is a global atmosphere with many different nationalities.

The app has 50+ courses designed for various industries and job-types, exposing users to specific scenes and phrases. The chatbot works by voice making for realistic conversation. It even provides feedback on users' speaking, allowing them to learn quickly and start using the new language right away.
The app has already been employed in many schools.

About the Position
As Developer Productivity Engineer, you are all about effective workflows and automation. Your job is about empowering a great team of engineers and designers to achieve significant feat as a collective whole.

The tasks may range from managing CI to designing data pipelines for our NLP & Machine Learning Engineers. You may also be automating software release procedure so the changes in design are marketed in timely and accurate fashion. Simply put: reducing our time-to-market through smart use of technology.

Ensure the overall health of our CI in terms of speed, coverage and reliability
Manage data pipeline, write appropriate tools and middleware, define developer workflow to maximise productivity of our NLP engineers
Define and build the right set of Slack notifications to effectively monitor service state
Devise means to minimise release overhead

over 1 year ago