Memom is an early stage photo-tech startup aiming to innovate personal photo space.
Among thousands of photos you take in a year, there are some, less than 10% of important photos that will give you a lot more meaning when you look back after 10 years. Because these important photos become hidden in 90% of excessive photos, you lose chances to look them back; simply the entire photos will be abandoned forever. With image recognition technology, we will provide an innovative photo solution to users.
We’re looking for a passionate technologist to join us and spearhead our product development. Being a Mobile Developer Intern, you will have ample opportunities to solve technical challenges. We seek a person who can share the excitement in building a product which brings values to people and society.
Mobile Developer Intern is primarily in charge of building a robust and scalable mobile application with your expertise in iOS and/or Android
iOS Application: We have an existing app running, therefore, the focus is in improving the user experience and adding features to drive user growth
Android Application: We newly create an Android application.
With a UI designer and other developers as a team, design and code the mobile app that fulfils our user's needs and our team’s goal for the growth
⁃ Mature and independent, maintain great work ethics
⁃ Share the vision of the business, and work closely with the team to scale the business in the global marketplace
⁃ Effective team player to work within a distributed team
⁃ Disciplined to keep the development milestones
⁃ Attention to details and positive attitude towards test driven development
⁃ Great communication skills, and ability to explain the technical issues to non-technical people
⁃ You are plugged in to the community and follow tech trends
⁃ Hands-on experience in iOS and/or Android mobile app development. No need to obtain both iOS and Android experiences, but highly preferable.
⁃ You must be comfortable handling our current stack: iOS app, with a LAMP stack, residing on Amazon Web Services.