Uplause | https://uplause.io | React Native Developer | Full-Time | Hyderabad, India
At Uplause, we want to be the de-facto platform for creators to develop multiple monetisation streams.
We are looking for a React Native Engineer to join our mobile team to work on our suite of products; the Uplause Creator + Fan Apps (a total of 4). We've built our current portfolio of mobile apps with just a lean team of 3. We're pre-seed at this stage, so you'll be an influential part of our team, culture and direction.
- Our backend uses Node.js, with detailed API docs for all interactions with the client
- Mobile apps (Creator + Fan apps for both iOS and Android) are made using React Native to optimise our velocity of shipping features. You can find them on both the App/Play Store
- We make heavy use of TypeScript to eliminate whole classes of bugs all around our codebases.
Due to the high degree of autonomy and responsibility of this role, we will not be able to consider applicants without prior experience with React Native.
You'll be working closely with our design team to build new features, work on optimising UX and have a high degree of autonomy in whatever you do. You can find more details here: https://rentry.co/uplause-me
Location & Compensation: Hyderabad, India; ₹12,00,000 - ₹24,00,000 + ESOPS
Please feel free to reach out to me with your résumé at zaidi[at]uplause[dot]io.
Qualcomm | Hyderabad, India | Full Time | ONSITE | QEMU
My team is looking to hire a software developer to help us design and extend QEMU support  for the Hexagon DSP . We're looking for candidates who have experience coding in C, C++ or Rust* and who aren't afraid of rolling up their sleeves and poring over disassembled code. This particular architecture is a bit more challenging than most, because it's a bit unique. It's a VLIW , so it's a great opportunity to learn about an interesting architecture. Millions of Hexagon DSPs are out there, most are found in Snapdragon SoCs for Android phones and more!
We collaborate a lot with Open Source communities like QEMU, LLVM , the Linux kernel , and more. I love being able to work on Open Source software at my day job.
You can contact me directly (email addr is in my HN user link). If you don't have experience with QEMU - don't worry! Most of us didn't have any experience with it until recently, too.
The rest of the team you'd work with lives mostly in EU, US.
* Rust experience may serve the role well but we don’t (yet) have any product software in Rust.