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engineer

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\nYou will have a chance to work with the highest calibre matching tech stack. Techniques and processes like DDD, continuous delivery, DevOps, and service-oriented architecture are what we swear by.\n\nYou will research, design and deliver software that will impact hundreds of thousands of users. You and your team will collaborate with business partners to define product requirements, plans, and deliverables. Your work will impact the business in tangible and visible ways.\n\nWe use these tools and techniques to help us get the job done:\n\n\n* PHP 7, Symfony/Laravel, Composer\n\n* AWS, Docker, Kubernetes, Jenkins\n\n* MySQL/RDS, Redis, ElasticSearch\n\n* phpspec, Behat\n\n\n\n\nWe're excited about you because:\n\nYou have experience with distributed, service-oriented architectures and can offer solutions for building a resilient and scalable product. You're always looking for innovative ways to do the job and you constantly use best-practices in development and workflow processes. We're not looking for "builders" - we want to hire someone, who is able to find solutions to problems rather than just execute tasks. \n\nNonetheless, since the official communication language in TransferGo is English, we would expect you to be able to use English effectively.


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