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Love developing on iOS and want to join a small team where you can play a pivotal role in a popular and interesting app? We'd like to talk.
Scribd is already one of the largest applications on the web, and now we are making an aggressive push into mobile. We have apps for iPhone and iPad in the app store, but they are only the first step in a much larger vision we are working to achieve.
Scribd's vision is to be the world's digital library, and we want to make our library the most comprehensive, accessible, and fun to use store of knowledge for every device. To do that, we need to make an amazing reader for all kinds of written content, get offline & syncing exactly right, and build a content discovery experience that always find you something you actually want to read.
You can check out what we've built so far at the link below. We have millions of users already but only a tiny team supporting both an iPhone and iPad app. We're going to need more help to get to our vision.
Scribd iOS app on the App Store
You should have
Prior knowledge of Objective C, and Mac development or iOS development
Objective-C based projects you've worked on that you can share with us (do not need to be in an app store)
Prior work experience as a software engineer, internships OK
Computer Science degree or equivalent experience
Understanding of scalability, systems engineering, and algorithms
Great product sense and design sense
Knowledge of the following iOS frameworks: Core Data, Core Graphics, Core Animation
Experience building apps in the general reading space, such as eBooks, news, and PDF apps
Experience with web development, ability to work on back-end development as well
Experience working on large-scale or popular iOS apps
Understanding of memory management, C/C++ development
Scribd is the leader in online document sharing and publishing. It was founded in 2006 by then-Harvard students Trip Adler and Jared Friedman, and their friend Tikhon Bernstam, when they couldn't find a way to publish the documents they wrote for school on the Web. Scribd has since grown to service over 19 million unique visitors per month and has the largest document-sharing community on the Internet. Documents hosted on the site are being viewed and embedded across the Internet in every corner of the globe. Scribd is funded by Y Combinator, The Kinsey Hills Group and Redpoint Ventures.