Amazon.com is searching for a Software Development Engineer: Semantic Knowledge and Discovery in Seattle, WA. The post states, “The Amazon’s Semantic Knowledge team is solving challenging practical problems. We use semantic knowledge to power next-generation product discovery systems on the web and mobile devices. Bring your love for machine learning, data analysis, natural language processing, Bayesian inference, Big Data, semantic web, or massively scalable systems. Add your ability to solve practical problems with agile coding. Web development skills will be put to good use building new experiences for customers. We’re inventing new forms of product discovery for mobile devices, so don’t forget about passion for new technologies such as the Kindle.”

The post continues, “You may be fresh out of your Computer Science degree or in Grad School, or you may have been working in industry for a bit. You’ve had some hands-on experience in either research or industry, and you’re interested in using your experience to solve practical problems. You also have a solid background in computer science. You know how hash maps and trees are implemented, and are familiar with a search techniques or graph traversal algorithms. Your work in grad school may push the state of the art. Or, perhaps your internships have prepared you to tackle real world problems in a team setting. Finally, you want to have a big impact. You want a team that values your input and expertise, but also offers you the chance to learn from smart people and build your career.”

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