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Software Engineer - Backend

Rapyuta Robotics Koto-ku, Tokyo
    💴 No salary range given
    🏡 No remote
    🧪 3+ years experience required
    💬 No Japanese required
    🌏 Apply from abroad
    🧳 Relocate to Japan

About Rapyuta Robotics

Rapyuta Robotics Koto-ku, Tokyo

Building low­ cost, lightweight autonomous mobile robots with high-level intelligence distributed in the cloud, and enabling such robots to offload some of their heavy computation and seamlessly learn and share experiences with one another.

Key benefits

  • Open, inclusive, safe environment
  • There's always something to learn
  • Relocation support

About the position

Our Tokyo engineering team is hiring a backend software engineer to work on the key components of our Picking Assist AMR solution. The team’s mission is to ensure the delivery of a solid and robust product by coordinating with and supporting the various squads working on the project. While the engineer’s role is focused on software development and good software engineering practice, our values encourage open discussion and being a good colleague.

Responsibilities

  • Develop core components in the Rapyuta Robotics ecosystem
  • Improve code quality at the same time
  • Collaborate with developers and product managers to create real customer value

Requirements

  • 3+ years Python experience, including 3.10~3.11
  • Web frameworks (e.g. FastAPI or Django)
  • Databases (NoSQL or RDBMS, e.g. Redis and/or Postgres)
  • Test & build (pytest, GitHub Actions, Docker)

Nice to haves

While not specifically required, tell us if you have any of the following.

  • Experience with task queue libraries (e.g. Celery, dramatiq or Huey)
  • Can articulate technology choices, e.g. Tornado vs. Flask
  • Practical experience with asyncio or some messaging bus
  • Open-source contributions, patents

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