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Senior Full Stack Developer

Senior Full Stack Developer


Sanborn


full stack

dev

senior

digital nomad

full stack

dev

senior

digital nomad

9mo
\nThe No-Bullshit-iest Way We Can Describe This Job In The Least Amount Of Words In A Run-On Sentence: \n\nWe build a lot of different kinds of stuff for a lot of different kinds of folks (https://sanbornagency.com/work/) at a shop that is big enough to bite off important, meaningful work and small enough to have fun doing it and we’re looking for an engineer who is equally at ease talking to clients, designers, producers, and developers about things like scope, resource allocation, solutions to engineering problems, creative ideas for how to build things, ways to articulate technical complexity to normal business humans...and occasionally...cut some code.\n\nHere’s What We Think You Probably Need to Be Successful At This Job: \n\n\n* Have agency experience, leading a development team spread across multiple projects and clients.\n\n* Hands on developer and leader\n\n* Are comfortable reviewing project specifications, collaborating with company leadership to develop project estimates and technical specs\n\n* Experienced in code reviews to adhere to best practices and internal standards, providing feedback and following up on remediation\n\n* You have an ear to the ground for new tech, whether it comes from hacker news or a programming subreddit, and a desire to dive in and try it out.\n\n* Experienced in architecting and implementation of APIs in PHP/Laravel, NodeJS/Express and other similar stacks.\n\n* Experience in client and server-side debugging, performance profiling and optimization techniques with an uncanny intuition for finding the cause and solution\n\n* Experience with integration of analytics, a/b testing, and advertising platforms using Google Tag Manager\n\n* Experience in architecting and building group-up custom WordPress themes using Advanced Custom Fields, Gravity Forms, Yoast with custom integrations to third party systems.\n\n* Planning out projects in coordination with Project Manager/Producer and Developer team members, participating in project check-ins providing feedback to the team\n\n* Jumping in to assist developers who are in need of aid in implementation and/or troubleshooting of backend or frontend development goals\n\n* Aiding and/or leading bug triage in coordination with Project Manager throughout project and during QA\n\n* Comfortable working with small projects (1 dev) and medium projects (2-3 devs)\n\n* Experienced in concepting high-level architectures and codifying them in visual and written documentation\n\n* Comfortable with CI / CD build automation tools such as DeployBot, Jenkins, and Travis CI\n\n* Attention to detail and a seamless user experience.  This means making the product look like the design and working with your team to make it smooth and perfect.\n\n* You have real-world experience with React.  AngularJS knowledge might be transferable, but React is what we're looking for.\n\n* jQuery is "nice to have" but NOT necessary in your arsenal.  You respect the finer points of the browser rendering pipeline and know when to 3D transform (and when NOT to).  Oh, and calls to GetComputedStyle make you shudder, especially when jQuery is obfuscating them.\n\n* You do so much Wordpress that you have strongly-held opinions about its future, its architecture, and the "right ways" to build with WP.  We keep our stack lean and don't go plugin-heavy.\n\n* You have strong opinions on, and respect for, the design process.\n\n* We mostly do a lot of HTML, CSS, PHP, MySQL and JavaScript -- we keep it lean and get the job done.\n\n* You know your way around configuring a local development environment with help from the Interwebz, of course.\n\n* You know what DevOps is but aren't necessarily a zealot for any one process, technology, or denomination.\n\n* You have a willingness to express yourself through animated gifs and obscure movie quotes from the youtubes.\n\n* You work well at the 11th hour, but even better at the first and second so we can be out by happy hour.\n\n* You're down with remote work. We've got offices in NY / LA but we encourage working from home, from coffee shops, from wherever you feel most comfortable. We've got tools in place to keep communication going online and we love that we can all be in different parts of the country and work together.\n\n* We constantly improve only because we don't bullshit each other or our clients. We don't hide; we don't say what we think others want to hear. We do our work with respect, and we value truth, transparency, and honesty above all else.\n\n\n\n\nTo Apply: \n\nIf you are interested, please apply with a resume and introduction. \n\nPlease feel free to skip the formality of a cover letter and write to me as a human being.  If you need to use a four letter word to effectively express a previous engagement or an appropriately inappropriate metaphor to describe your ideal work environment, I’ll take that over what you would think I typically “need to hear” in a job application. Be yourself. The truth is the easiest thing to remember and I don’t have time to weed through cover-letter-speak to find out who you really are and what you want in life. Just tell me.

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Sanborn


Full Stack Developer Wordpress

Full Stack Developer Wordpress


Sanborn


wordpress

full stack

dev

digital nomad

wordpress

full stack

dev

digital nomad

1yr

Stats (beta): 👁 578 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nThe No-Bullshit-iest Way We Can Describe This Job In The Least Amount Of Words In A Run-On Sentence: \n\nWe build a lot of different kinds of stuff for a lot of different kinds of folks (https://sanbornagency.com/work/) at a shop that is big enough to bite off important, meaningful work and small enough to have fun doing it and we’re looking for an engineer who is equally at ease talking to clients, designers, producers, and developers about things like scope, resource allocation, solutions to engineering problems, creative ideas for how to build things, ways to articulate technical complexity to normal business humans...and occasionally...cut some code.\n\nHere’s What We Think You Probably Need to Be Successful At This Job: \n\n\n* Experience in architecting and building bespoke custom WordPress themes using Advanced Custom Fields, Gravity Forms, Yoast with custom integrations to third party systems.\n\n* You do so much Wordpress that you have strongly-held opinions about its future, its architecture, and the "right ways" to build with WP.  We keep our stack lean and don't go plugin-heavy.\n\n* You have strong opinions on, and respect for, the design process.\n\n* We mostly do a lot of HTML, CSS, PHP, MySQL and JavaScript -- we keep it lean and get the job done.\n\n* Have agency experience, working across multiple projects and clients.\n\n* Are comfortable delivering projects using current web standards based on project specifications, collaborating with project management and design colleagues\n\n* Experienced in code reviews to adhere to best practices and internal standards, providing feedback and following up on remediation\n\n* You have an ear to the ground for new tech, whether it comes from hacker news or a programming subreddit, and a desire to dive in and try it out.\n\n* Experience in client and server-side debugging, performance profiling and optimization techniques with an uncanny intuition for finding the cause and solution\n\n* Experience with integration of analytics, a/b testing, and advertising platforms using Google Tag Manager\n\n* Comfortable working with small projects (1 dev) and medium projects (2-3 devs)\n\n* Comfortable in architecting and implementation of APIs in PHP/Laravel, NodeJS/Express and other similar stacks.\n\n* Attention to detail and a seamless user experience.  This means making the product look like the design and working with your team to make it smooth and perfect.\n\n* jQuery is "nice to have" but NOT necessary in your arsenal.  You respect the finer points of the browser rendering pipeline and know when to 3D transform (and when NOT to).  Oh, and calls to GetComputedStyle make you shudder, especially when jQuery is obfuscating them.\n\n* You know your way around configuring a local development environment with help from the Interwebz, of course.\n\n* You have a willingness to express yourself through animated gifs and obscure movie quotes from the youtubes.\n\n* You work well at the 11th hour, but even better at the first and second so we can be out by happy hour.\n\n* You're down with remote work. We've got offices in NY / LA but we encourage working from home, from coffee shops, from wherever you feel most comfortable. We've got tools in place to keep communication going online and we love that we can all be in different parts of the country and work together.\n\n* We constantly improve only because we don't bullshit each other or our clients. We don't hide; we don't say what we think others want to hear. We do our work with respect, and we value truth, transparency, and honesty above all else.\n\n\n\n\nNice to Have:\n\n\n* You have real-world experience with Nuxt, React, or Vue.\n\n* You know what DevOps is but aren't necessarily a zealot for any one process, technology, or denomination.\n\n* Experienced in concepting high-level architectures and codifying them in visual and written documentation\n\n* Experienced with CI / CD build automation tools such as DeployBot, Jenkins, and Travis CI\n\n* Jumping in to assist developers who are in need of aid in implementation and/or troubleshooting of backend or frontend development goals\n\n* Aiding and/or leading bug triage in coordination with Project Manager throughout project and during QA\n\n\n\n\nTo Apply: \n\nIf you are interested, please apply with a resume and introduction. \n\nPlease feel free to skip the formality of a cover letter and write to me as a human being.  If you need to use a four letter word to effectively express a previous engagement or an appropriately inappropriate metaphor to describe your ideal work environment, I’ll take that over what you would think I typically “need to hear” in a job application. Be yourself. The truth is the easiest thing to remember and I don’t have time to weed through cover-letter-speak to find out who you really are and what you want in life. Just tell me.

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Sanborn


IOS Developer

IOS Developer


Sanborn


ios

dev

digital nomad

ios

ios

dev

digital nomad

ios

1yr

Stats (beta): 👁 566 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nJob description\n\nThe No-Bullshit-iest Way We Can Describe This Job In The Least Amount Of Words In A Run-On Sentence:\n\nWe build a lot of different kinds of stuff for a lot of different kinds of folks (https://sanbornagency.com/work/) at a shop that is big enough to bite off important, meaningful work and small enough to have fun doing it and we’re looking for an engineer who is equally at ease talking with your team about things like performance, analytics, automated builds, creative ideas for how to build things, ways to articulate technical complexity to normal business humans...and mostly … cut some code.\n\nWe are:\n\nA 25-person interactive shop based in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Los Angeles looking for mobile developers who like working closely with design to make beautiful, functional apps that people use.\n\nWe are designers, developers, producers, and editors -- and those are just our day jobs. We create and manage the full battery of digital media goodness (web, mobile, social, video and live events to be specific) for clients who include sports teams like the LA Kings and the Portland Trail Blazers, fashion brands like DKNY, heavy content driven sites like Nerdist.com, magazines like The New Yorker and WIRED and non-profits like The Girl Scouts and the College Board.\n\nWe believe passionate, talented people all working together smoothly yields awesome work. Cooperation and communication are the keys to our success, letting us come back and do it again tomorrow WITHOUT pulling 80-hour weeks. . . which is our one, desperately simple goal in life.\n\nSkills & requirements\n\nYou Are:\n\nA solid human being with a good sense of humor in search of a job with a shop that is big enough to bite off important, meaningful work and small enough to have fun doing it.\n\nAnd you should talk to us if:\n\n\n* You are a mobile developer through-and-through. You have opinions on platforms (iOS, Apple TV, Android) because you use and develop for them every day\n\n* You have done some web development because most web traffic comes from mobile devices and you know you need to have done mobile web engineering to better understand the challenges.\n\n* You want to build products for iOS (definitely), Android (a plus), and whatever smart-wearable-AI-enabled-internet-thing comes your way.\n\n* You can do native iOS with Swift but don’t mind Obj C\n\n* You’re just as comfortable building a custom slick scrolling table UI as a caching API data layer\n\n* You want your apps to be used by real people every day. You want to see your products in the App Stores.\n\n* You want your apps to be beautiful and well-thought-out, so you work closely with designers and producers to make that happen.\n\n* You want to live in Slack, git, and on video chats because you enjoy remote work.\n\n* You probably like playing and making games. It's not a requirement, but we've got a decent Slack channel for those of us who are into it.\n\n* You want to grow and stay agile.\n\n\n\n\nTo Apply: \n\nIf you are interested, please apply with a resume and introduction. \n\nPlease feel free to skip the formality of a cover letter and write to me as a human being.  If you need to use a four letter word to effectively express a previous engagement or an appropriately inappropriate metaphor to describe your ideal work environment, I’ll take that over what you would think I typically “need to hear” in a job application. Be yourself. The truth is the easiest thing to remember and I don’t have time to weed through cover-letter-speak to find out who you really are and what you want in life. Just tell me.

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Sanborn


Senior Developer Tech Lead

Senior Developer Tech Lead


Sanborn


dev

exec

senior

digital nomad

dev

exec

senior

digital nomad

1yr

Stats (beta): 👁 404 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nThe No-Bullshit-iest Way We Can Describe This Job In The Least Amount Of Words In A Run-On Sentence: \n\nWe build a lot of different kinds of stuff for a lot of different kinds of folks (https://sanbornagency.com/work/) at a shop that is big enough to bite off important, meaningful work and small enough to have fun doing it and we’re looking for an engineer who is equally at ease talking to clients, designers, producers, and developers about things like scope, resource allocation, solutions to engineering problems, creative ideas for how to build things, ways to articulate technical complexity to normal business humans...and occasionally...cut some code.\n\nHere’s What We Think You Probably Need to Be Successful At This Job: \n\n\n* Have agency experience, leading a development team spread across multiple projects and clients.\n\n* Hands on developer and leader\n\n* Are comfortable reviewing project specifications, collaborating with company leadership to develop project estimates and technical specs\n\n* Experienced in code reviews to adhere to best practices and internal standards, providing feedback and following up on remediation\n\n* You have an ear to the ground for new tech, whether it comes from hacker news or a programming subreddit, and a desire to dive in and try it out.\n\n* Experience in architecting and building bespoke custom WordPress themes using Advanced Custom Fields, Gravity Forms, Yoast with custom integrations to third party systems.\n\n* Experience in client and server-side debugging, performance profiling and optimization techniques with an uncanny intuition for finding the cause and solution\n\n* Experience with integration of analytics, a/b testing, and advertising platforms using Google Tag Manager\n\n* Planning out projects in coordination with Project Manager/Producer and Developer team members, participating in project check-ins providing feedback to the team\n\n* Jumping in to assist developers who are in need of aid in implementation and/or troubleshooting of backend or frontend development goals\n\n* Aiding and/or leading bug triage in coordination with Project Manager throughout project and during QA\n\n* Comfortable working with small projects (1 dev) and medium projects (2-3 devs)\n\n* Experienced in concepting high-level architectures and codifying them in visual and written documentation\n\n* Experienced with CI / CD build automation tools such as DeployBot, Jenkins, and Travis CI\n\n* Comfortable in architecting and implementation of APIs in PHP/Laravel, NodeJS/Express and other similar stacks.\n\n* Attention to detail and a seamless user experience.  This means making the product look like the design and working with your team to make it smooth and perfect.\n\n* You have real-world experience with React.  AngularJS knowledge might be transferable, but React is what we're looking for.\n\n* jQuery is "nice to have" but NOT necessary in your arsenal.  You respect the finer points of the browser rendering pipeline and know when to 3D transform (and when NOT to).  Oh, and calls to GetComputedStyle make you shudder, especially when jQuery is obfuscating them.\n\n* You do so much Wordpress that you have strongly-held opinions about its future, its architecture, and the "right ways" to build with WP.  We keep our stack lean and don't go plugin-heavy.\n\n* You have strong opinions on, and respect for, the design process.\n\n* We mostly do a lot of HTML, CSS, PHP, MySQL and JavaScript -- we keep it lean and get the job done.\n\n* You know your way around configuring a local development environment with help from the Interwebz, of course.\n\n* You know what DevOps is but aren't necessarily a zealot for any one process, technology, or denomination.\n\n* You have a willingness to express yourself through animated gifs and obscure movie quotes from the youtubes.\n\n* You work well at the 11th hour, but even better at the first and second so we can be out by happy hour.\n\n* You're down with remote work. We've got offices in NY / LA but we encourage working from home, from coffee shops, from wherever you feel most comfortable. We've got tools in place to keep communication going online and we love that we can all be in different parts of the country and work together.\n\n* We constantly improve only because we don't bullshit each other or our clients. We don't hide; we don't say what we think others want to hear. We do our work with respect, and we value truth, transparency, and honesty above all else.\n\n\n

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