Engineering

SDE-III Backend (Media Server)

Bengaluru   |   Full Time

SDE-3 Backend – Media Server 


About Teachmint: 

Teachmint is an all-in-one solution combining live classes, student engagement, and admin tools. This helps them to enhance their teaching methodologies and focus on what they do the best - teach. Teachmint is an easy-to-use platform for tutors to conduct unlimited live classes. Tutors and students can also manage all their tuition, coaching, and school classrooms in one app. With Teachmint, Tutors can create video doubt sessions anytime and from anywhere. 

Our mission is to democratize online education. As a first approach, we are going after a $25B+ untapped market which is expected to double in the next 4-5 years. Our goal here is to make online teaching easy and accessible to all the tutors in India. We believe that students learn best from their teachers with whom they can personally connect and interact. We at Teachmint, are making the teacher-student connection simple and easier. 

We are backed by some of the marquee investors (Lightspeed India, Better Capital, Kunal Bahl, Rohit Bansal) in India and have raised $3.8 Million. 


Role: 

We’re looking for a passionate Backend Developer who has experience in video encoding, decoding, and their internals. You will be working along with an experienced & stellar team (ex-McKinsey, Swiggy, OYO, Times Internet), alumni of IIT Bombay and IIT Delhi. 


What you’ll do: 

Design, build and maintain high performance, reusable, and reliable code 

Translate designs and wireframes into high-quality code Identify and correct bottlenecks and fix bugs 

Help maintain code quality, organization, and automatization 

Constantly strive to improve the software development process and team productivity. 


What we’re looking for: 

1. 3+ years of experience in Backend development 

2. Good Knowledge of C/C++

3. Know the internal of Linux system 

4. Good control over FFmpeg 

5. Video encoding, decoding, and their internals 

6. Webrtc internals and their protocols. 

7. Handling the scaling of Media Servers

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