2015(1-3月)-EE硕士+fresh grad 无实习/全职
- 网上海投| 码农类全职@Amazon
1：AWS Dev Productivity & Tools
Developer Productivity and Tools is a group of teams focused on making Amazon Web Services a positive and productive developer experience. We include services like AWS Elastic Beanstalk and AWS CloudFormation, language specific SDKs, Tools, Documentation, and Management consoles that make it easy to get started with AWS, simple to use, and hard to imagine life without. Through our educational content, blogs, and conference activity we help developers be part of the larger AWS community where they can learn, share, and get inspired.
There is no store larger, no scale greater, and no need more urgent than the call for exceptional talent to meet the growing demands for new systems, new ideas and retail solutions at Amazon.com. The Retail Systems group is where the company and its shareholders look for profitability and growth. It is the central nervous system that allows Amazon to be innovative and nimble. A fluid culture of improvement and transformation that permeates every aspect of the retail store from selection, to inventory to pricing and transaction efficiencies.
Technology is deeply integrated into all aspects of our successful Retail business. Our relentless focus on offering customers an ever increasing selection, low prices, all available to be shipped immediately, pushes us to a scale that is unlike any other retailer. We use technology to turn this scale into an advantage: we use patented technology to turn the art of retailing into a science. Instead of relying on human intuition, we build SOPhisticated algorithms that learn and adapt. We build statistical models that run on massively distributed systems to ingest huge amounts of data on purchases, on what our customers look at, on how our products are related to one another to automatically predict trends, seasons and demand of every single item that we sell. Technology infuses all of our decision making and our processes.
At Amazon, business and technology aren’t separate – our people who run the retail business have a deep appreciation of how technology can be leveraged in making our ability to serve customers better. Our technologists are just as excited about how the systems they build impact the retail business as they are about their specialization. Whether it is about improving database performance, horizontal partitioning and scaling, distributed computing, workflow systems or machine learning algorithms, their common interests are also about building the next technology solution to improve our business.
Amazon.com stores and sells millions of unique items worldwide through its Fulfillment Centers (FCs). These items are shipped from tens of thousands of vendors into the many FCs in the Amazon network. We need different quantities of each of these items, we need to pick them up from the vendors at different times, and bring it into the FCs at specific times depending on the priority of the items. Each item has different dimensions, volume and weight and hence is associated with different shipping costs. What we end up with is a gigantic graph, with the nodes being vendors, carrier hubs, Amazon.com FCs and end customers. The arcs in this graph represent the time of transportation and cost of transportation. Each node has a specific capacity, and so does each arc, and there are time constraints on when a product needs to ship out of a node and when it needs to come into a different node. And we need to do all of this while incurring the least cost.
Consumer Website owns the technology stack for Amazon.com websites worldwide from the front-end customer experience to back-end service technology and website hosting. This includes ownership of core website pages like gateway, nav, detail page, and checkout, along with localization, media services, website rendering, content management, content optimization, Weblab, Clickstream, Web analytics, Robot Detection and Mitigation, traffic routing, DDoS protection, service frameworks, operations automation and more.