Industry:Event management and ticketingHeadquarters:San Francisco, CACompany Size:1001-10000Founded:2006
At Eventbrite, we’re passionate about bringing people together around live experiences, no matter what shape or size. So we’re building technology that powers international film festivals, air guitar competitions, marathons and everything in between. Since 2006, we've sold more than 200M tickets in 180 countries and processed over $2B in ticket sales.
Python and Django powers almost everything at Eventbrite-- our website, mobile app backends, public APIs, internal tooling and more, and we're committed to releasing open-source packages so others can benefit and contribute to our work. Whether you're looking for a grand scaling challenge, trying to improve user experience and performance, building tools to help other developers, investigating how to support the future of mobile ticketing, or simply want to help build a great product and transform an entire industry, we'd love to talk to you.
We are looking for a talented backend engineer to join our Event Insights development team. We build the dashboards, APIs, and tools that event organizers use to reach more people and see opportunities for organizing even better live experiences. You will help us scale our application and data infrastructure to provide deep, real-time analytics and support interactive data visualization and notification systems. Want to help build our scalable, high-volume, always-on service? Our primary stack is Python and Django, all running on AWS with a MySQL backend. Some of the other tools that we use are Redis, Hive, Impala, Cassandra, Slack, Github, Docker, and an industrial grade espresso machine. One thing you should know: we are a people-focused organization. Engineers help each other, work on problems together, mentor each other, fail together, and actively develop their careers. The people that thrive here are the ones that are most interested in challenging themselves to learn new things and take on new responsibilities. You Bring: --- An advanced degree in Computer Science or equivalent plus 3+ years of working experience in rapid product … Read more
Think back to the last time you organized an event - maybe it was a tech meetup, perhaps a small conference or even a large performance. Whatever the event, it’s pretty likely that you had a lot to deal with and were possibly stressed about it. At Eventbrite, we are building technology to effortlessly create, manage, discover and attend live events. We are growing rapidly and are looking for rock star engineers to help us architect, build and mature our engineering capabilities. The Eventbrite 'Seamless Event Management' team is solving complex engineering challenges across the entire product stack. We are refactoring and redesigning many parts of the Eventbrite stack to scale with our explosive growth. As a backend engineer on this exciting team, you will be directly responsible for shaping critical parts of our product. You will be helping us design and improve our reporting systems, payout infrastructure, onsite tools used to check people in and many other crucial ecosystem tools. If you are interested in being part of fast moving web development projects that involve refactoring, redesigning and scaling, … Read more
At Eventbrite, we are building technology to effortlessly create, manage, discover and attend live events. We are growing rapidly and are looking for outstanding software engineers to help our architecture team build and design for the next generation of our development platform. Eventbrite is looking for an experienced Senior Software Engineer to join our architecture team! The architecture team is responsible for Eventbrite’s public API, as well as designing and building core frameworks and services to help Eventbrite scale and improve the agility of our other development teams. Our ideal candidate thrives on finding elegant solutions to complex problems and brings a deep understanding of engineering for the web and building for scale, in terms of traffic, team size and codebase complexity. Eventbrite’s primary stack includes Python, Django, Redis, MySQL, Cassandra, HBase, Hive and AWS. If you are an experienced engineer who wants to help take our architecture and engineering to the next level, read on! ###You Will: - Expand and improve Eventbrite’s internal Service Oriented Architecture framework - Work with other product teams to design SOA services that can … Read more
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