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2017-03-17FlexibleRemote

LaterPay

Engineering Manager - Platform Team


LaterPay


exec

exec

10d

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DESCRIPTION
About LaterPay

With LaterPay, we want to change the way people buy and sell digital content on the Internet. Why? Because we believe paying for digital content should be fast, convenient, and fair. And because we think you should be able to buy the exact piece of content you want.

We want to create a great software product that influences and changes the way people use paid content of any kind on the Internet. Consuming paid content should be as easy and convenient as going out to dinner: you are served first, and pay later. We want to build a user-centric product that makes users feel smart. It should represent the simplest, most secure way to buy digital goods. We want to change the way people regard paid content, turning it into a great experience. We want to enable businesses to offer “paid content as a service”, assuring users of their content’s value instead of forcing them to pay before actually getting the content.

What we have

English is our language, Slack is our “office” (though we also rent an office in Munich), GitHub is where we keep our code, and AWS is where our stuff runs (plus some machines in a Munich DC, but we’re winding that down).

We have two engineering teams that work on our core services. We’d like you to be the engineering manager for the Platform team and help the team to prioritise and organise their work.

How we work

As a distributed team, we’re not too bothered by when and where you work. That said, most of us work Monday - Friday from 9ish UTC to 6ish UTC, and ideally you’ll overlap heavily with that.

We try to be as asynchronous as possible, but still feel that we need some “synchronicity” to work well.

  • Based in UTC+4 and want to work “normal hours”? Sure.
  • Based in UTC–8 and want to time-shift your days to overlap with “Team UTC”? If that works for you, sure.
  • Hobbies, family, pets etc. that require you to take time out of your day? Assuming you can maintain a reasonable amount of overlap with the rest of the team, sure.
We care more about what you do and how you work with the rest of the team than we do about your ability to be in a chair at a desk at 9am every day.

What we’re looking for

Good command of written English

Communication is vital, especially as a distributed team where most tools we use don’t communicate tone or body language, so you need to have a good command of written English

Enthusiasm for agile development and people
We want you to be enthusiastic about helping people to achieve their goals, and coaching teams to be awesome. You’ll know the importance of agile processes and ceremonies, and you’ll have ideas about running those remotely.

Understanding the dynamics of a distributed team
We’d like you to have an understanding of the challenges of working in a distributed team, and the challenges that teams have when they’re distributed. Experience of running development teams is essential, and experience of running distributed development teams would be great.

Specifics

You’ll be responsible for engineering management of the Platform team at LaterPay. We favour agile environments, so you know how different agile methodologies work, and which ones to apply in what situations.

You’ll lead a multidisciplinary team including infrastructure and software engineers. You’ll help them to plan and prioritise their work, improve their processes, and ship code quickly and efficiently.

You’ll work with the team to ensure they work at a sustainable pace that balances quality and speed.

You’ll build your team by taking part in hiring and line management of 5 people, and support your team’s personal and professional development.

You’ll work with the Product Manager and other product representatives to prioritise your backlog of work into small achievable pieces.

You’ll run retrospectives, and ensure that the teams regularly inspect and adapt their processes.

Apply

We're accepting applications until 31 March. All screens and interviews will be arranged after the closing date.

Salary
60 - 65k EUR / year

To apply: https://laterpay.workable.com/jobs/366474

Last 30 days

2017-02-09FlexibleRemote

LaterPay

Junior Product Manager


LaterPay


product manager

exec

junior

product manager

exec

junior

2mo

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About LaterPay

With LaterPay, we want to change the way people buy and sell digital content on the Internet. Why? Because we believe paying for digital content should be fast, convenient, and fair. And because we think you should be able to buy the exact piece of content you want.

We want to create a great software product which influences and changes the way people use paid content of any kind on the Internet. The usage of paid content should be as easy and convenient as going out to dinner: you are served first and pay later. We want to build a user-centric product, which makes it easy for users to buy and easy for merchants to sell. It should represent the simplest, most secure way to buy digital goods. We want to change the way people regard paid content, turning it into a great experience. We want to enable businesses to offer “paid content as a service”, convincing users of their content’s value instead of forcing them to pay before actually getting the content.

How we work

As a distributed team, we’re not too bothered by when and where you work. That said, most of us work Monday - Friday from 9ish UTC to 6ish UTC, and ideally you’d overlap heavily with that. Our current PM team is located in UTC+1 and prefers the new Jr PM to be in the same time zone.

We try to be as asynchronous as possible, but still feel that we need some “synchronicity” to work well. We care more about what you do and how you work with the rest of the team, than we do about your ability to be at a chair at a desk at 9am every day. So if you have hobbies, family, pets etc. that require you to take time out of your day? Assuming you can maintain a reasonable amount of overlap with the rest of the team, it shouldn’t be a problem.

What we’re looking for

To support our product management team, we are looking for a Junior Product Manager.
As part of the product management team within LaterPay, you will act as the interface between the market and tech team and will be supporting the team to deliver the right product and features to the market. You will make sure that the product is easy and intuitive to use, and provides a consistent and appealing user experience.

Good command of written English

This is probably the most important quality. Communication is vital, especially as a distributed team, where most tools we use don’t communicate tone or body language.
Additionally, if you happen to speak German that is great, but it’s not mandatory.

Experience and drive

You don’t need to be a Senior X or Chief Y, but you do need to be capable of taking a task and owning it.
That doesn’t mean you necessarily do all the work, but it does mean you take on responsibility for completion, and ask for help and advice as appropriate.

Specifics

You will identify market needs based on: analytics data, market research, customer support evaluations, user testing, internal and external feature requests, legal requirements.

You will support the Product Management team to: evaluate and prioritize feature requests,, specify features in our ticketing system, provide mockups/wireframes, prepare and conduct user testings, evaluate analytics data, document product decisions.

Experience with MacOS, Microsoft Office or Apple productivity tools (Keynote, Numbers) are required. Experience with the Adobe Creative Suite, especially Adobe Illustrator, Jira, and GitHub is an advantage.

Apply

If this sounds interesting, but you’re not sure you’re quite the right fit, apply, and let us know what you bring to the table. We’re not just looking for “Business administration degree and X years of experience with Y”.

To apply: https://laterpay.workable.com/jobs/368119

This year

2017-01-04FlexibleRemote

LaterPay

Frontend Software Developer


LaterPay


design

dev

digital nomad

design

dev

digital nomad

3mo

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About LaterPay
We want to change the way people buy and sell digital content on the Internet. Why? Because we believe paying for digital content should be fast, convenient, and fair. And because we think you should be able to buy the exact piece of content you want.

We want to create a great software product that influences and changes the way people use paid content of any kind on the Internet. Consuming paid content should be as easy and convenient as going out to dinner: you are served first and you pay later. We want to build a user-centric product that makes users feel smart. It should represent the simplest, most secure way to buy digital goods. We want to change the way people regard paid content, turning it into a great experience. We want to enable businesses to offer “paid content as a service”, assuring users of their content’s value instead of forcing them to pay before actually getting the content.

What we have

English is our language, Slack is our “office” (though we also rent an office in Munich), GitHub’s where we keep our code, and AWS is where our stuff runs (plus some machines in a Munich DC, but we’re winding that down).

We’ve got a bunch of web UIs: newer ones built with React and Webpack and deployed to AWS S3, plus some older ones based around Django-templated HTML and jQuery. Behind them sit various services, mostly Python/Django providing REST-y APIs.

How we work

As a distributed team, we’re not too bothered by when and where you work. That said, most of us work Monday - Friday from 9ish UTC to 6ish UTC, and ideally you’d overlap heavily with that.

We try to be as asynchronous as possible, but still feel that we need some “synchronicity” to work well.

  • Based in UTC+4 and want to work “normal hours”? Sure
  • Based in UTC–8 and want to time-shift your days to overlap with “Team UTC”? If that works for you, sure
  • Hobbies, family, pets etc. that require you to take time out of your day? Assuming you can maintain a reasonable amount of overlap with the rest of the team, sure
We care more about what you do and how you work with the rest of the team, than we do about your ability to be at a chair at a desk at 9am every day.

What we’re looking for

Good command of written English

This is probably the most important quality. Communication is vital, especially as a distributed team, where most tools we use don’t communicate tone or body language.

Anecdata suggests that your English is probably better than you think it is.

A desire to fix problems “properly” (not just paper over them) AND an understanding that you often can’t fix problems properly

We want you to want to build good-quality well-engineered solutions, but to know that sometimes you just need to “hack it in”. There are always tradeoffs to be made.

Experience and drive

You don’t need to be a Senior X or Chief Y, but you do need to be capable of taking a task and owning it.

That doesn’t mean you necessarily do all the work, but it does mean you take on responsibility for completion, and asking for help and advice as appropriate.

Specifics

Knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript and the DOM is essential and you know what a browser is capable of and what’s available to you. Knowing how to build and debug complex applications is important, as well as ensuring they perform well. You understand how to test frontend applications, and how to choose and evaluate tools to help you better do your job. Oh, and having an eye for UX can be very valuable too.

Familiarity with React and its ecosystem is important - we need you to be able to hit the ground running with our existing React-based UIs. Knowledge of the Flux Application Architecture is also important. Familiarity with Redux is useful, though not mandatory.

A solid surface/contextual-level understanding of “the full web stack” is massively useful - we don’t expect you to know the mechanics of a DNS SOA record or the inner workings of Postgres’s HStore, but knowing the right sort of tool to use for a given task is important, as is knowing enough words to start asking helpful questions / googling the right things

Experience with Python would definitely be useful to be able to poke the underlying services

Closing date

We will be taking applications until 10 January 2017. All screens and interviews will be arranged after the closing date.

APPLY

If this sounds interesting, but you're not sure you're quite the right fit, *apply*, and let us know what you bring to the table. We're not just looking for "Computer Science degree and X years of experience with language Y".

Salary

36k-65kEUR / year

To apply: https://laterpay.workable.com/jobs/391707

2016-03-03FlexibleRemote

LaterPay

Integration Engineer For Germany


LaterPay


engineer

engineer

1yr

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DESCRIPTION

Our Connector service (http://docs.laterpay.net/connector/) lets merchants get started with LaterPay by just embedding some JavaScript into their site. We need someone to work on that, with them.

We want someone who:

  • Works 9ish to 5ish German time - to overlap with our merchants
  • Speaks German - for easiest communication with our merchants
  • Has a solid surface/contextual-level understanding of “the full web stack” - so you can talk to our customers about how LaterPay works
  • Can write CoffeeScript/JavaScript, HTML and CSS - because that’s what we’re using!

We don't expect you to live/work in Germany though - we're a distributed company!

About LaterPay

With LaterPay, we want to change the way people buy and sell digital content on the Internet. Why? Because we believe paying for digital content should be fast, convenient, and fair. And because we think you should be able to buy the exact piece of content you want.

We want to create a great software product which influences and changes the way people use paid content of any kind on the Internet. The usage of paid content should be as easy and convenient as going out to dinner: you are served first and pay later. We want to build a user-centric product that makes users feel smart. It should represent the simplest, most secure way to buy digital goods. We want to change the way people regard paid content, turning it into a great experience. We want to enable businesses to offer “paid content as a service”, convincing users of their content’s value instead of forcing them to pay before actually getting the content.

We're a distributed team, with people working from Munich and Hamburg in Germany, from Norway, from Portugal, from Poland, from London, and from Berwick-upon-Tweed.

What we have

English is our language, Slack is our “office” (though we also rent an office in Munich), GitHub’s where we keep our code, and AWS is where our stuff runs (plus some machines in a Munich DC, but we’re winding that down).

We’ve got a bunch of web UIs: newer ones built from React with Gulp and deployed to AWS S3, plus some older ones based around Django-templated HTML and jQuery. Behind them sit various services, mostly Python/Django providing REST-y APIs.

What we’re looking for

Good command of written English

This is probably the most important quality. Communication is vital, especially as a distributed team, where most tools we use don’t communicate tone or body language.

Anecdata suggests that your English is probably better than you think it is.

A desire to fix problems “properly” (not just paper over them) AND an understanding that you often can’t fix problems properly

We want you to want to build good-quality well-engineered solutions, but to know that sometimes you just need to “hack it in”. There’s always tradeoffs to be made.

Experience and drive

You don’t need to be a Senior X or Chief Y, but you do need to be capable of taking a task and owning it.

That doesn’t mean you necessarily do all the work, but it does mean you take on responsibility for completion, and asking for help and advice as appropriate.

APPLY

If this sounds interesting, but you're not sure you're quite the right fit, *apply*, and let us know what you bring to the table. We're not just looking for "Computer Science degree and X years of experience with language Y".

To apply: https://laterpay.workable.com/jobs/204160

2016-03-03FlexibleRemote

LaterPay

Software Integration Engineer For Germany


LaterPay


engineer

dev

digital nomad

engineer

dev

digital nomad

1yr

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DESCRIPTION

Our Connector service (http://docs.laterpay.net/connector/) lets merchants get started with LaterPay by just embedding some JavaScript into their site. We need someone to work on that, with them.

We want someone who:

  • Works 9ish to 5ish German time - to overlap with our merchants
  • Speaks fluent German - for easiest communication with our merchants
  • Has a solid surface/contextual-level understanding of “the full web stack” - so you can talk to our customers about how LaterPay works
  • Can write CoffeeScript/JavaScript, HTML and CSS - because that’s what we’re using!

We don't expect you to live/work in Germany though - we're a distributed company!

About LaterPay

With LaterPay, we want to change the way people buy and sell digital content on the Internet. Why? Because we believe paying for digital content should be fast, convenient, and fair. And because we think you should be able to buy the exact piece of content you want.

We want to create a great software product which influences and changes the way people use paid content of any kind on the Internet. The usage of paid content should be as easy and convenient as going out to dinner: you are served first and pay later. We want to build a user-centric product that makes users feel smart. It should represent the simplest, most secure way to buy digital goods. We want to change the way people regard paid content, turning it into a great experience. We want to enable businesses to offer “paid content as a service”, convincing users of their content’s value instead of forcing them to pay before actually getting the content.

We're a distributed team, with people working from Munich and Hamburg in Germany, from Norway, from Portugal, from Poland, from London, and from Berwick-upon-Tweed.

What we have

English is our language, Slack is our “office” (though we also rent an office in Munich), GitHub’s where we keep our code, and AWS is where our stuff runs (plus some machines in a Munich DC, but we’re winding that down).

We’ve got a bunch of web UIs: newer ones built from React with Gulp and deployed to AWS S3, plus some older ones based around Django-templated HTML and jQuery. Behind them sit various services, mostly Python/Django providing REST-y APIs.

What we’re looking for

Good command of written English

This is probably the most important quality. Communication is vital, especially as a distributed team, where most tools we use don’t communicate tone or body language.

Anecdata suggests that your English is probably better than you think it is.

A desire to fix problems “properly” (not just paper over them) AND an understanding that you often can’t fix problems properly

We want you to want to build good-quality well-engineered solutions, but to know that sometimes you just need to “hack it in”. There’s always tradeoffs to be made.

Experience and drive

You don’t need to be a Senior X or Chief Y, but you do need to be capable of taking a task and owning it.

That doesn’t mean you necessarily do all the work, but it does mean you take on responsibility for completion, and asking for help and advice as appropriate.

APPLY

If this sounds interesting, but you're not sure you're quite the right fit, *apply*, and let us know what you bring to the table. We're not just looking for "Computer Science degree and X years of experience with language Y".

To apply: https://laterpay.workable.com/jobs/204160

2016-01-07FlexibleRemote

LaterPay

Frontend / React Software Developer


LaterPay


react

design

dev

digital nomad

react

design

dev

digital nomad

1yr

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ABOUT LATERPAY

We let merchants sell access to digital content with micropayments.

We’re a distributed team, with people working from Munich and Hamburg in Germany, from Norway, from Portugal, from Poland, from London, and from Berwick-upon-Tweed.

We believe that heterogenous and diverse teams operate better, and that monocultures are bad. We have a varied range of skillsets, experience, ages, educational backgrounds, nationalities, cultures, and more. In other areas, we’re less diverse, and this is something we want to improve.

What we have

English is our language, Slack is our “office” (though we also rent an office in Munich), GitHub’s where we keep our code, and AWS is where our stuff runs (plus some machines in a Munich DC, but we’re winding that down).

We’ve got a bunch of services, mostly Python/Django with a mixture of Django-templated HTML and React in front, that do everything from providing analytics to merchants, displaying payment dialogs, fraud detection, and more.

We’ve got data in Postgres, Cassandra, and Redis; we’ve got Papertrail archiving our logs, Sentry archiving our errors, and a mixture of Icinga and Pingdom making sure we’re up.

How we work

As a distributed team, we’re not too bothered by when and where you work. That said, most of us work Monday - Friday from 9ish UTC to 6ish UTC, and ideally you’d overlap heavily with that.

We try to be as asynchronous as possible, but still feel that we need some “synchronicity” to work well.

  • Based in UTC+4 and want to work “normal hours”? Sure
  • Based in UTC–8 and want to time-shift your days to overlap with “Team UTC”? If that works for you, sure
  • Hobbies, family, pets etc. that require you to take time out of your day? Assuming you can maintain a reasonable amount of overlap with the rest of the team, sure
We care more about what you do and how you work with the rest of the team, than we do about your ability to be at a chair at a desk at 9am every day.

What we’re looking for

Good command of written English

This is probably the most important quality. Communication is vital, especially as a distributed team, where most tools we use don’t communicate tone or body language.

Anecdata suggests that your English is probably better than you think it is.

A desire to fix problems “properly” (not just paper over them) AND an understanding that you often can’t fix problems properly

We want you to want to build good-quality well-engineered solutions, but to know that sometimes you just need to “hack it in”. There’s always tradeoffs to be made.

Experience and drive

You don’t need to be a Senior X or Chief Y, but you do need to be capable of taking a task and owning it.

That doesn’t mean you necessarily do all the work, but it does mean you take on responsibility for completion, and asking for help and advice as appropriate.

Specifics (React)

A solid surface/contextual-level understanding of “the full web stack” is massively useful - we don’t expect you to know the mechanics of a DNS SOA record or the inner workings of Postgres’s HStore, but knowing the right sort of tool to use for a given task is important, as is knowing enough words to start asking helpful questions / googling the right things

Familiarity with React and its ecosystem is important - we need you to be able to hit the ground running with our existing React-based UIs

Experience with Python would definitely come in useful to be able to poke the underlying services

APPLY
If this sounds interesting, but you're not sure you're quite the right fit, *apply*, and let us know what you bring to the table. We're not just looking for "Computer Science degree and X years of experience with language Y".

To apply: Head to https://laterpay.workable.com/jobs/180951 and click Apply

2016-01-07FlexibleRemote

LaterPay

Backend Software Developer


LaterPay


backend

dev

digital nomad

backend

dev

digital nomad

1yr

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ABOUT LATERPAY

We let merchants sell access to digital content with micropayments.

We’re a distributed team, with people working from Munich and Hamburg in Germany, from Norway, from Portugal, from Poland, from London, and from Berwick-upon-Tweed.

We believe that heterogenous and diverse teams operate better, and that monocultures are bad. We have a varied range of skillsets, experience, ages, educational backgrounds, nationalities, cultures, and more. In other areas, we’re less diverse, and this is something we want to improve.

What we have

English is our language, Slack is our “office” (though we also rent an office in Munich), GitHub’s where we keep our code, and AWS is where our stuff runs (plus some machines in a Munich DC, but we’re winding that down).

We’ve got a bunch of services, mostly Python/Django with a mixture of Django-templated HTML and React in front, that do everything from providing analytics to merchants, displaying payment dialogs, fraud detection, and more.

We’ve got data in Postgres, Cassandra, and Redis; we’ve got Papertrail archiving our logs, Sentry archiving our errors, and a mixture of Icinga and Pingdom making sure we’re up.

How we work

As a distributed team, we’re not too bothered by when and where you work. That said, most of us work Monday - Friday from 9ish UTC to 6ish UTC, and ideally you’d overlap heavily with that.

We try to be as asynchronous as possible, but still feel that we need some “synchronicity” to work well.

  • Based in UTC+4 and want to work “normal hours”? Sure
  • Based in UTC–8 and want to time-shift your days to overlap with “Team UTC”? If that works for you, sure
  • Hobbies, family, pets etc. that require you to take time out of your day? Assuming you can maintain a reasonable amount of overlap with the rest of the team, sure
We care more about what you do and how you work with the rest of the team, than we do about your ability to be at a chair at a desk at 9am every day.

What we’re looking for

Good command of written English

This is probably the most important quality. Communication is vital, especially as a distributed team, where most tools we use don’t communicate tone or body language.

Anecdata suggests that your English is probably better than you think it is.

A desire to fix problems “properly” (not just paper over them) AND an understanding that you often can’t fix problems properly

We want you to want to build good-quality well-engineered solutions, but to know that sometimes you just need to “hack it in”. There’s always tradeoffs to be made.

Experience and drive

You don’t need to be a Senior X or Chief Y, but you do need to be capable of taking a task and owning it.

That doesn’t mean you necessarily do all the work, but it does mean you take on responsibility for completion, and asking for help and advice as appropriate.

Specifics

A solid surface/contextual-level understanding of “the full web stack” is massively useful - we don’t expect you to know the mechanics of a DNS SOA record or the inner workings of Postgres’s HStore, but knowing the right sort of tool to use for a given task is important, as is knowing enough words to start asking helpful questions / googling the right things, and understanding what you’re doing in a broader context.

Familiarity with Python and its ecosystem is A Good Thing.

Experience with AWS and/or Docker would definitely come in useful.

Apply

If this sounds interesting, but you’re not sure you’re quite the right fit, apply, and let us know what you bring to the table. We’re not just looking for “Computer Science degree and X years of experience with language Y”.

To apply: Head to https://laterpay.workable.com/jobs/180946 and click Apply

2015-08-06FlexibleRemote

LaterPay

Technical Operations


LaterPay


infosec

cloud

postgres

python

infosec

cloud

postgres

python

2yr

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Who we are

With LaterPay, we want to change the way people buy and sell digital content on the Internet. Why? Because we believe paying for digital content should be fast, convenient, and fair. And because we think you should be able to buy the exact piece of content you want.

We want to create a great software product which influences and changes the way people use paid content of any kind on the Internet. The usage of paid content should be as easy and convenient as going out to dinner: you are served first and pay later. We want to build a user-centric product that makes users feel smart. It should represent the simplest, most secure way to buy digital goods. We want to change the way people regard paid content, turning it into a great experience. We want to enable businesses to offer "paid content as a service", convincing users of their content's value instead of forcing them to pay before actually getting the content.

We want to create an environment of excellence in which performance meets comfort and fun. We have an office, located in the center of Munich next to the Isar River, but around half of the company works remotely, meeting up together every few months.

About You

After joining the ops team at LaterPay, you will often work independently to help take our current automated infrastructure to the cloud. Your responsibilities would involve a very proactive approach to successfully planning, building and maintaining our platform into the future.

Here at LaterPay we believe that work is about doing something you enjoy and that it should be self motivating. This is a hands-on position where you will lead by example, oversee project and architecture decisions and help others build the next big thing.

You will implement best practises in security, manage operations and implement seamless upgrades with the team.

What we have

We're primarily built around Python/Django, deployed as RPMs by Jenkins to a handful of CentOS boxen in a local datacentre, configured with Puppet.

We've got PostgreSQL, we've got Redis, we've got a Cassandra cluster.

Right now, we're looking at moving that to AWS.

We'll want you to help with that.

Slack, JIRA, and GitHub are our working tools.

Icinga, Graphite and ELK help us know what's going on.

Things we're particularly looking for

  • Demonstrated previous responsibility for maintaining high-availability systems
  • Experience using Puppet, especially around testing and deployment
  • Experience with AWS - particularly Elastic Beanstalk, DynamoDB and VPCs and related services
  • Familiarity with the "Twelve-Factor App" principles (http://12factor.net/)
  • A penchant for multitasking when needed
  • Capacity and forecast planning
  • Experience in ensuring PCI-DSS compliance
2015-08-06FlexibleRemote

LaterPay

Front End Developer


LaterPay


javascript

reactjs

css

html

javascript

reactjs

css

html

2yr

Apply

Who we are

With LaterPay, we want to change the way people buy and sell digital content on the Internet. Why? Because we believe paying for digital content should be fast, convenient, and fair. And because we think you should be able to buy the exact piece of content you want.

We want to create a great software product which influences and changes the way people use paid content of any kind on the Internet. The usage of paid content should be as easy and convenient as going out to dinner: you are served first and pay later.
We want to build a user-centric product that makes users feel smart. It should represent the simplest, most secure way to buy digital goods. We want to change the way people regard paid content, turning it into a great experience. We want to enable businesses to offer "paid content as a service", convincing users of their content's value instead of forcing them to pay before actually getting the content.

We want to create an environment of excellence in which performance meets comfort and fun. We have an office, located in the center of Munich next to the Isar River, but around half of the company works remotely, meeting up together every few months.

What we have

Our back-end stack is primarily built around Python/Django, so some of our services use the Django Templating Language for HTML.

Out front-end stack varies from project to project but we primarily use these technologies:

  • Gulp
  • NPM for dependency management
  • The inuit.css Framework
  • CommonJS modules used with browserify
  • React.js

    Slack, JIRA, and GitHub are our working tools for communication and code.

    Things we’re particularly looking for

  • Knowledge of creating high performance websites and web-apps
  • Experience writing component-based CSS and JavaScript (following CommonJS)
  • Knowing how to configure Gulp and extend the toolchain if necessary
  • Ideally, you have some experience with building widgets or web components
2015-08-04FlexibleRemote

LaterPay

Front-End


LaterPay


javascript

css

html

python

javascript

css

html

python

Munich, Germany2yr

Apply

Who we are

With LaterPay, we want to change the way people buy and sell digital content on the Internet.
Why? Because we believe paying for digital content should be fast, convenient, and fair.
And because we think you should be able to buy the exact piece of content you want.

We want to create a great software product which influences and changes the way people use paid content of any kind on the Internet.
The usage of paid content should be as easy and convenient as going out to dinner: you are served first and pay later.
We want to build a user-centric product that makes users feel smart.
It should represent the simplest, most secure way to buy digital goods.
We want to change the way people regard paid content, turning it into a great experience.
We want to enable businesses to offer "paid content as a service", convincing users of their content's value instead of forcing them to pay before actually getting the content.

We want to create an environment of excellence in which performance meets comfort and fun.
We have an office, located in the center of Munich next to the Isar River, but around half of the company works remotely, meeting up together every few months.

What we have

Our back-end stack is primarily built around Python/Django, so some of our services use the Django Templating Language for HTML.

Out front-end stack varies from project to project but we primarily use these technologies:

  • Gulp
  • NPM for dependency management
  • The inuit.css Framework
  • CommonJS modules used with browserify
  • React.js

Slack, JIRA, and GitHub are our working tools for communication and code.

Things we’re particularly looking for

  • Knowledge of creating high performance websites and web-apps
  • Experience writing component-based CSS and JavaScript (following CommonJS)
  • Knowing how to configure Gulp and extend the toolchain if necessary
  • Ideally, you have some experience with building widgets or web components

To apply: Please send your CV, your salary expectations and a possible starting date to jobs@laterpay.net

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