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  • Honeywell is charging into the Industrial IoT revolution with the establishment of Honeywell Connected Enterprise (HCE), building on our heritage of invention…
Hyper Anna
Sydney NSW
  • We're building software for the data revolution.
  • We're product builders, creative thinkers and we always go that extra step to delight our customers.
Morningstar
Sydney NSW
  • A passion for building user-centric digital products.
  • What are three examples of outstanding digital products and why?
  • Our differences are our strength;
Tyro
Sydney NSW
  • You will work closely with our awesome teams and individuals in engineering, product management, customer support, sales and other functions within the business…
Snapchat
Sydney NSW
  • Building out our AWS / GCP infrastructure.
  • Design APIs and systems that can cope with huge scale and evolving product requirements.
IRESS Limited
Sydney NSW
  • Collaborate with team members in a self-autonomous AGILE squad (no bigger than 4 / 5 people) where everyone is involved in product decisions.
  • We value innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings and are committed to building an inclusive workplace;
  • Get involved in sprint planning.
Sirius People
Sydney NSW
  • A passion for building consumer products- side project and open source work are appreciated.
  • Liaise with other engineering leads across product teams to…
Evolution Recruitment Solutions Pty Ltd
Sydney NSW
$120,000 - $170,000 a year
  • Work with large-scale applications and products.
  • In this role you will work closely with highly technical profiles to revolutionise the old legacy products into…
Sydney Western Suburbs NSW
  • Develop some of the newest product offerings.
  • Contribute to product ideas and deliver from start to finish.
  • A fast moving and innovative organisation is looking…