Frrole Off Campus drive in Bengaluru 2020 | Hiring For Backend Development Intern
Frrole is hiring for the position of Backend Development Intern. For insights, practice materials and more such updates related to off-campus drives and internship drives be active on our website.
Next-gen Consumer Intelligence
Frrole provides hard-to-obtain consumer insights to B2C Marketers and Product Owners, leveraging social data. As enterprises’ data & analytics needs have evolved, they have learnt that social insights can be critical in a variety of complex, increasingly non-trivial scenarios. That’s where Frrole steps in, leveraging its Machine Learning and AI algorithms to provide signals from social data that traditional tools have been unable to provide.
Traditional Social Analytics/Listening products focus on providing their customers statistics, sentiment and some more linguistic data about their brand and campaign on social media. Frrole turns the logic on its head by using wealth of social data as a reverse proxy to tell its customers what is happening with their consumers, irrespective of where they are.
Frrole’s customers include some of the world’s most trusted brands and sophisticated data consumers like Twitter, GroupM, Unilever, Flipkart, US Department of State etc.
|Profile||Backend Development Intern|
|Stipend||₹20,000 – ₹30,000 / month|
Key Responsibilities & Expectations
As a backend developer at Frrole, you’ll help build a next-generation social data intelligence system. You would own and build significant pieces in the Frrole system, working closely with the Chief Architect. More specifically:
What Really Matters
• Significantly good knowledge in at least one programming language – Python or Java or C++
• Your knowledge and interest in big data technologies, and knowledge of Machine Learning, NLP, IR, Algorithms, DB Technologies like NoSQL and Graph Based DBs etc.
• Absolutely strong Computer Science fundamentals
• Should have built multiple apps/products over the last few years, much more beyond academic projects
What Matters Somewhat
• Your participation and success in competitive programming
• The school that you come from
What Does Not Matter
• Your scores and grades in school
You are passionate about making things work, and making them look good. You know how to maintain balance between perfectionism and pragmatism. You are research oriented, and love to explore ways to find things that you don’t already know.
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