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Job responsibilities

  • Develop large scale systems infrastructure and data analytics pipeline
  • Collaborate with designers, data scientists, and engineers to conceptualize new product features and productionize the modules
  • Research and implement ML algorithms and tools to develop ML systems
  • Analyze large and complex datasets to derive valuable insights
  • Take ownership of delivering production-grade code
  • Share ideas for designing great UX, simple and clean interfaces
  • Implement best practices and guidelines to enhance the existing ML infrastructure
  • Work within an interdisciplinary environment

Minimum requirements

  • Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics (or equivalent experience)
  • At least 3+ years of enterprise-grade, ML-based system development (rare exceptions for highly skilled developers)
  • High-level proficiency in advanced math, statistics and surrounding subjects such as linear algebra, calculus and Bayesian statistics
  • Experience with any or more languages including Go/Golang, Clojure, Python 3.x
  • Knowledge of traditional SQL databases and modern graph database technologies like Datomic
  • Sound knowledge of DevOps, infrastructure, and continuous integration concepts
  • Experience with web framework and ORM
  • Strong understanding of JavaScript and browser ecosystem, event loop, etc.
  • Familiarity with any modern JavaScript framework like React
  • Expertise in building complex systems
  • Fluency in English language for effective communication
  • Ability to work full-time (40 hours/week) with a 4 hour overlap with US time zones

Preferred skills

  • Knowledge of parsing data, AI/ML, and NLP
  • Understanding of TDD or BDD
  • Experience working with http/s, APIs, REST, and JSON
  • Great critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills

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How to become a Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer?

Full-stack development entails designing and developing the web application's front-end and back-end functionality. Skilled full-stack developers have in-depth programming skills since they construct entire web apps and software systems. Because full-stack development encompasses all parts of web development, the work of a remote full-stack developer is no easy task. A full-stack developer's job is not limited to front-end and back-end development. It also includes supervising database connectivity and debugging developed websites and apps.
Machine Learning Engineers are highly competent programmers that research, design, and develop self-running software to automate prediction models. A machine learning (ML) engineer designs artificial intelligence (AI) systems that employ enormous data sets to generate and build algorithms capable of learning and generating predictions. The Machine Learning Engineer must study, analyze, and organize data, run tests, and improve the learning process to aid in the construction of high-performance machine learning models.
If you're interested in data, automation, and algorithms, a Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer job is the right career path for you. Your days will be spent moving huge chunks of raw data, developing algorithms to process that data, and then automating the process for optimization.

What is the scope for Full Stack/Machine Learning engineers?

These days, full-stack development is in high demand. For a number of reasons, businesses demand full-stack developers. Full-stack developers have the ability to work with a wide range of technologies, allowing them to oversee more aspects of a project than a conventional coder. They save businesses money since they can perform the tasks of several professionals on their own. A full-stack developer is familiar with a range of stacks, such as MEAN and LAMP. Their vast knowledge of a wide range of topics helps them to satisfy the individual requirements of their projects.
Because ML engineer positions are in great demand across sectors, they offer career stability and a wide range of prospects. According to numerous estimates, the global AI and ML sector is expected to develop at a stable rate from 2018 to 2027. According to market research company IDC, the worldwide AI business will be valued more than $500 billion by 2024.
Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer jobs have a promising future. It looks to be optimistic, owing to the ongoing growth in demand for these specialists. For a variety of reasons, the need for Full Stack/Machine Learning engineers is increasing and will continue to rise in the future years. The demand for such people is increasing as firms become more reliant on technology and the internet. Full Stack/Machine Learning developers have an unquestionably bright future, and now is the optimal moment for everyone to learn this skill.

What are the roles and responsibilities of a Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer?

Full-stack developers may work on both the frontend and backend of mobile and online applications. They can design aesthetically appealing web apps for your business. They can also increase the system's functioning by creating the appropriate code. The database for your website is hosted on the server by iOS developers, Android mobile app developers, or a full stack web developer. A full-stack web developer helps to acquire new clients from the online domain by establishing an effective and stylish website. Full Stack/Machine Learning engineers have the added benefit of being able to transition between frontend and backend development as needed for the project. Some of the major tasks in a Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer job include:

  • Backend infrastructure, data pipelines, and/or machine learning models will be designed for an AI-powered service.
  • We're working on ranking models in order to automate and develop modeling workflows.
  • Contribute to the development of innovative features that handle difficult data management concerns.
  • Machine learning models will be sent to end users, and testing will be carried out.
  • Create excellent ML models by utilizing computer science fundamentals such as data structures, algorithms, and machine learning.
  • Creating a scalable front-end architecture.
  • Assisting with software design and development.
  • Writing clean code for full-stack software development.
  • Create working databases and servers.
  • Ensure cross-platform optimization and compatibility by testing and debugging the program on a regular basis.
  • Maintain the apps' responsiveness.
  • Collaborate with graphic designers to turn designs into visual elements.
  • Create application programming interfaces that allow computer applications to communicate with one another.
  • Assisting in the development of a project from conception to completion.

How to become a Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer?

The path to become a Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer is lengthy and difficult, but not impossible. Whether you are a driven IT professional or a coding enthusiast, you will need training and specialization to land a high-paying remote Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer job at your ideal firm.
Because Full Stack/Machine Learning development is regarded as a jack of all trades, you must become acquainted with all of the technologies involved in front-end and back-end development. A deep grasp of the procedures within the overall application would also be advantageous for establishing a solid foundation in this subject.
To begin, a strong Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer should have a solid foundation in object-oriented programming, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. As a result, having a Bachelor's/degree Master's in Computer Science or comparable experience will help you qualify for the majority of remote Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer jobs. Furthermore, the education of a remote Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer is never complete because you must always adapt to emerging technologies. So, read whenever and wherever you can to remain up to date.
Now that you've learned the fundamentals of applying for the remote Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer job, let us guide you through the abilities you'll need to succeed.

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Skills required to become a Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer

Here are the skills required to advance to the ultimate goal of getting a professional Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer job:


HTML and CSS are the foundational blocks of front-end development. Even the most basic web pages cannot be created without them. As a result, it is the first thing that every full stack developer learns as they start their road to becoming a full stack developer. Many frameworks, such as Bootstrap, are now extensively used to produce ready-to-use HTML and CSS object code for buttons, forms, and other things. As a result, after you've learned HTML and CSS, it's a good idea to become acquainted with such frameworks.

2. UI and UX

UX is an abbreviation for user experience, while UI is an abbreviation for user interface. The user interface (UI) is concerned with the application's appearance. The positioning of buttons, pictures, videos, and text is governed by the user interface. The user experience (UX) describes how people interact with the user interface. A full-stack developer should be able to make judgments on UI and UX design. A good UI should be there, but not at the price of the user experience.

3. Data science

Some of the data science fundamentals that machine learning engineers rely on include familiarity with programming languages such as Python, SQL, and Java; hypothesis testing; data modeling; proficiency in mathematics, probability, and statistics (such as Naive Bayes classifiers, conditional probability, likelihood, Bayes rule, and Bayes nets, Hidden Markov Models, and so on); and the ability to develop an evaluation strategy for predictive models and algorithms.

4. JavaScript

JavaScript is a necessary skill in a Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer job. JavaScript is utilized in both the frontend and the backend of the application. In JavaScript, Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) refers to the idea of classes and objects. JavaScript is a programming language that is used to add functionality to HTML and CSS-based web pages.

5. Frameworks and backend languages

There are several backend languages to select from nowadays. You can learn any of them since the rationale behind them is the same. Once you've mastered one, moving on to the next will be a breeze. Only a few examples include Java, PHP, Python, and other backend technologies. There are several additional languages available for backend development. There are also Django, Express.js, Flask, Laravel, and more frameworks available.

6. Other skills

Many machine learning engineers are skilled in deep learning, dynamic programming, neural network designs, natural language processing, audio and video processing, reinforcement learning, complex signal processing techniques, and the optimization of machine learning algorithms.

7. Databases

Databases serve as a central repository for all applications, storing all of the data required for a program to function properly. Full-stack developers must be able to handle and use databases. Full-stack developers must also be familiar with database management systems (DBMS), as they must regularly get and supply data!

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How to get remote Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer jobs?

Full Stack/Machine Learning engineers must work hard enough to keep up with all of the industry's current breakthroughs and to steadily expand their talents. To be effective and consistent in their sector, they must adhere to the best practices. In this sense, developers should keep two things in mind as they move forward. While practicing, they may seek assistance from someone who is more experienced and adept at teaching new skills. In addition, as a machine learning engineer, you must sharpen your analytical, computer programming, artificial intelligence, and machine learning abilities. As a result, the developers must ensure that someone is available to assist them.
Turing recruits the world's best developers for remote Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer jobs. Take on the most recent technology and business challenges if you want to advance quickly in your industry. Join the world's largest developer network to discover full-time and long-term remote Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer jobs with competitive salary and promotion opportunities.

Why become a Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer at Turing?

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Long-term opportunities to work for amazing, mission-driven US companies with great compensation.

Career growth
Career growth

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Join a worldwide community of elite software developers.

Once you join Turing, you’ll never have to apply for another job.
Once you join Turing, you’ll never have to apply for another job.

Turing's commitments are long-term and full-time. As one project draws to a close, our team gets to work identifying the next one for you in a matter of weeks.

Work from the comfort of your home
Work from the comfort of your home

Turing allows you to work according to your convenience. We have flexible working hours and you can work for top US firms from the comfort of your home.

Great compensation
Great compensation

Working with top US corporations, Turing developers make more than the standard market pay in most nations.

How much does Turing pay their Full Stack/Machine Learning engineers?

Every senior Full Stack/Machine Learning engineer at Turing has the freedom to choose their own salary. Turing, on the other hand, will suggest a salary at which we are certain of providing you with a satisfying and long-term opportunity. Our recommendations are based on our study of market circumstances as well as the demand we observe from our clients.

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We, at Turing, hire remote developers for over 100 skills like React/Node, Python, Angular, Swift, React Native, Android, Java, Rails, Golang, PHP, Vue, among several others. We also hire engineers based on tech roles and seniority.

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