Java Software Engineer at Atlassian

Engineering, Full Time, Sydney, Australia sydney engineering full-time
Description
Posted 1 years ago
Atlassian is continuing to hire with all interviewing and on-boarding done virtually due to COVID-19. Everyone new to the team, along with our current staff, will temporarily work from home until it is safe to return to our offices.

Do you enjoy every part of building software products and have a passion for developing awesome product features? Come and join an energetic and fast moving team that delivers incredible, innovative improvements to products that touch and improve the lives of millions globally. We are passionate about providing our customers with a rich, interactive and engaging user experience. Your days will be filled delivering next-generation features in small, high-performing teams. You'll collaborate often with other developers to write the best code for the project and deliver amazing results that our users love.

More about you
On our first day, we'd love for you to have:
Great experience across the board with a strong depth of knowledge in two of the following technologies: Java and Javascript (ReactJS)
Keen interest in open source and learning new technologies
Understanding of how to build performant, decoupled, testable, maintainable code
Enjoyment of sharing knowledge with teammates, and working collaboratively when you need help
Nice to have:
Some Industry experience with public cloud offerings (e.g., AWS, GAE, Azure)

More about our team
Work with a team of amazing developers and designers to build simple, beautiful and consistent user experiences for our web apps. We are always growing, learning, and adapting, in and out of the office. Our teams are smart and direct; we ask difficult questions and challenge each other to constantly improve our work. We are driven but team oriented. We're dedicated to agile methodology and big believers in 'lean' (which means we don't do documentation for documentation's sake). We know the importance of validating our assumptions about users and implement various types of testing to prove assumptions right or wrong. Our bottom line is improving our user's experience - no matter what.