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\nThis is an opening for a position within the AirClass product team, an exciting new venture within the Lenovo Ecosystem and Cloud Services group. Our team is creating the next generation of classroom collaboration software (www.airclass.com) that will allow teachers to video conference, share documents through cloud storage, and monitor student device usage. \n\nWe are a close-knit team who all work from home but meet together often to collaborate and discuss. Enjoy the flexibility of working from home but still have the benefits of working for a technology leader. We have an exciting technology stack using Angular, React, Node.js, NW.js, WebRTC, and Firebase.\n\nWe are looking for a skilled developer with a passion for javascript and web technologies. You have built complex single-page applications using AngularJS or other modern Javascript frameworks. You live to create modular javascript and just a little part of you dies every time you see jQuery spaghetti. You care about living style guides, modular SCSS and play nicely with designers. In short, if you are passionate, self-motivated, good communicator, and a great coder, there's a good chance we'd love to work with you.


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