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Robots and Pencils

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\nAt Robots and Pencils, we’re expanding and looking for an Android Developer to join our talented  and world class robot team. \n\nWho you are:\n\nYou are someone who prefers to communicate through code.  You love to create and have a strong desire to learn. You have strong opinions but that are weakly held; you are humble yet confident. In fact, you’re the first to pass along the latest headache busting library from Square to your colleagues just minutes after sending a link to a mind clarifying blog post from Romain Guy.\n\nYou can speak to language best practices and are not afraid of anonymous inner-classes. You never overlook the saved instance state and have contemplated the tradeoffs between activities, fragments and views. You have knowledge of how a RESTful web service works, what makes it RESTful and how it can be accessed from Android. You are also diligent about meeting allocated budgets and can work within time constraints, but you will never sacrifice quality.\n\nWhat you’ll do:\n\n\n* Design, program and test software.\n\n* Author and maintain relevant documentation for developers, clients and users.\n\n* Develop and refine prototypes to confirm requirements.\n\n* Program according to project plans (versions, sprints).\n\n* Test according to pre-determined test plans.\n\n* Support release and post-release activities, such as support, versioning and maintenance.\n\n* Collaborate with our pencils (designers) to create interfaces that conform to the Google design guidelines.\n\n* Peer review other team members’ code, and learn and adapt from peer review of your own code.\n\n* Support sales and project managers with technical insights, leading to the creation of budgets and schedules for projects.\n\n\n\n\nWork perks\n\n\n* Working alongside smart, talented people who will push you and help you grow.\n\n* Support for professional development and access to as many books as you can read.\n\n* A great work environment and health benefits.\n\n* Fun activities (like book club and board game nights), biweekly Robo Brews and team parties.\n\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Android and Engineer jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $110,000/year\n
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