Senior Software Engineer (Full-Stack), B&OP Applications
We, the engineers of the Battle.net & Online Products Applications Group, are looking for a passionate senior software engineer to join our web applications team. Our team crafts the BlizzCon online experience, game News, exciting content experiences plus plenty more, including this very Careers site. These experiences are delivered multi-platform, including our Blizzard web sites and inside of our Battle.net Desktop and Mobile applications. Our applications are used by millions of gamers around the world, an epic destination where players and spectators alike can catch up on the latest news, current and upcoming events, and live streams.
Do you love crafting amazing web applications? Are you excited at the prospect of building epic web experiences to delight our players? How about scaling our online properties to be used on any device, anytime, and anywhere? If that sounds like the quest you’re looking for and if you love working with an incredible team, come join our family!
The Battle.net & Online Products organization is home to 300+ superpowered engineers, program managers, and designers focused on the technology that powers Blizzard Entertainment’s games. Whether you’re playing one of our titles, chatting with friends, browsing our web content or just shopping online, B&OP ensures that our players are immersed in engaging, exciting, and secure experiences.
This position is based in our Austin, Texas office location.
- Passion for delivering amazing features
- Advanced knowledge of HTML, CSS and DOM
- Familiarity with HTTP and basic networking concepts
- Strong verbal and written communications skills
- Bachelor's or Master's degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, or equivalent experience
- Experience creating and operating high scale web sites
- Familiarity with security standards
- Familiarity with Docker, NGINX, or OAuth
- Experience with Java
- Experience with mobile-first responsive design
- Experience with public cloud providers and cloud architectural patterns