Software Engineer 2 at Microsoft

Software Engineer 2 Details

Jan. 30, 2019, 11:03 p.m.
Individual Contributor
Redmond, WA
Microsoft 365 is
Are you passionate about enabling data driven decisions? Would you like to help grow one of our most profitable businesses? Does joining a new team excite you? Microsoft 365 is at the core of our Company's mission to enable people and organizations to achieve more. Be part of the team building platform services handling millions of users and exabytes of data. This isn't just some large-scale web service: the implementation ranks among the world's largest and most cutting edge distributed systems, spanning across data centers around the world. We are looking for a Software Engineer II to build the business data analytics platform that enables key leaders to make data driven decisions regarding the state of the business and how to run it most effectively. The projects involve using existing data, data processing pipelines, and analysis software to enable data scientists and analysts to produce new insights about the state of our business. We're moving quickly, so contact us soon. We'd love

Design, implement, and test components of data analytics tools. Gain a deep understanding of our data sources, ensure their quality, and develop pipelines to ingest them. Dogfood our system to develop actionable insights for M365 growth.
Bachelors in computer science, or a related field, or equivalent experience 2+ years of data related software development experience Experience with big data technologies such as Kafka, Spark, Cassandra, Azure Data Lake, and Cosmos Deep understanding of data structures, algorithms, programming patterns, and solving complex problems Excellent scripting, rapid prototyping and data analysis skills Experience with ETL, Data Modeling, and working with Business Intelligence systems. Ability to meet Microsoft, customer and/or government security screening requirements are required for this role. These
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