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**About Us**\n\nWe’re a small, fully-remote team focused on building great products for the commercial real estate industry. Our SaaS platform is used in over 40 markets (across the US and Canada) and helps people find office space, sell apartment buildings, lease warehouse space, etc. Our wild start-up days are behind us – we're all grown up and profitable now with a 15-year track record and users who love us. We launched a new product last year that's driving a lot of growth, and we could really use some help.\n\n- Our team is mainly full-stack developers: JavaScript (ReactJS/Redux) on the front-end and Java on the back-end.\n- We use a microservices architecture, practice continuous integration, and host everything from AWS.\n- We're not dogmatic about our tools/technologies – we use whatever best suits the task at hand.\n- We communicate mainly via GitLab and Slack, but get everybody together for face-to-face time at least twice a year.\n\n**About You**\n\n- You're an expert with JavaScript, loving the good parts and understanding the bad.\n- You have a good amount of experience with ReactJS, and have (at least) built something non-trivial with it.\n- You have some significant experience building web applications and RESTful APIs.\n- You've dabbled enough with (or read enough about) microservices to understand some of the pitfalls.\n- You're comfortable with a command line.\n- You're a quick study, stay up with the latest-and-greatest ideas and processes, and consciously work to become a better developer every day.\n- You understand that working as part of a small team means wearing lots of different hats.\n- You believe in the mantra: "strong opinions, weakly held".\n- You value stability, work/life balance, group decision-making, and working with people that are good-natured, open-minded, interesting, hard-working, and self-motivated.\n\n**Catylist is for you if...**\n\n- You're a human (of any variety, color, shape, size, etc) -- no bots please!\n- You hate the corporate bureaucracy of a big company.\n- You're over the chaos and uncertainty of a start-up. You like having reasonable hours and knowing that your job will be around next week.\n- You enjoy maintaining and improving the products you've built rather than handing them off and moving on to the next thing.\n- You know what you love to do and aren't looking for a ladder to climb.\n\n(This is a full-time, 40 hours per week, remote, W2 position with benefits including health, dental, vision, 401k, professional development, etc)


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\nWe've started the process of migrating from colocated bare-metal to AWS. Our environment is pretty simple: mostly CentOS and Ubuntu, a cluster of JBoss app servers, MySQL master/slave, plus some singleton services and all the usual odds and ends (routers, load-balancers). We're keen on SaltStack for automation, and have started using the ELK stack for logging, etc.\n\nWe're looking for someone to help us architect our environment in AWS, and shepherd us through the migration.  


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