About the Role
As a Software Engineer, Mobile Ecosystem on our client infrastructure (SDK) team, you'll join a cross-functional group of of Engineers that are responsible for the client-facing operation of Sentry.
This includes building and maintaining our mobile SDKs (iOS, Android, React Native and Flutter) that are used to send events to the Sentry backend.
You will join our team that is responsible not just for the client SDKs work but also the main event processing pipeline.
This means you will also be involved in the design and evolution of the APIs used to ingest events into the backend.
In this role you will :
Work in the client infrastructure team to improve and evolve our mobile SDKs.
Use a variety of programming languages, systems, and technologies to own and solve problems related to mobile (Objective-C, Java, Dart and Typescript in the SDK on the backend we use primarily Python and Rust.)
Collaborate with Infrastructure and Operations teams to build solutions that scale (we ingest over a billion events every day.)
Write unit and integration tests that ensure the correctness of your work, as well as strong documentation to help educate both peers and customers.
Assist Customer Operations to resolve live customer issues when bugs sneak into production caused by the SDKs.
You'll love this job if :
You take pride in building features that don't just work, but are also delightful to use.
You build a product by developers for developers.
You join a modern software development team that iterates and ships code rapidly.
You contribute to open source full-time our product is entirely Open Source.
You work with collaborative, thoughtful engineers who push themselves and others to do better.
Examples of projects our team has worked on :
Minidump Support in Sentry
Fixing Python Performance with Rust
3+ years as a Software Engineer and / or related role (e.g. mobile app developer, SDK engineer.)
Experience in developing for mobile platforms (iOS and / or Android.)
Experience in programming languages used on mobile platforms (Objective-C, Java, Kotlin, Swift, Dart, Typescript, etc.)
Bonus points for experience with React-Native, Cordova, Xamarin, or experience maintaining open source libraries.
Excellent written and spoken English communication skills.
Live in the Toronto, Ontario area or are willing to relocate.
Have a valid work permit for Canada.
Contribute to an open source product used by almost a million of your fellow developers and tens of thousands of companies.
Be part of an experienced and renowned team that cares a lot about diversity, inclusivity, and quirkiness.
Competitive salary and meaningful equity.
Flexible working schedule.
Healthcare, vision, and dental insurance.
Company events (Hack Weeks, All Hands) and visits to our SF headquarters.