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Web Developer Open Source Research Platform

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Web Developer Open Source Research Platform


Zotero

verified

web dev

dev

digital nomad

web dev

dev

digital nomad

4yr

Stats (beta): 👁 2,259 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nZotero is an open-source project that develops software and web services to help people collect, organize, cite, and share their research. Our software is recommended by universities worldwide and used by students, scholars, researchers, scientists, and many others. We have some big plans for the future, and we need help making those happen.\n\nThe Zotero team is looking for a full-time, contract developer to work on the Zotero website, joining a major redesign of zotero.org and helping to shape the Zotero ecosystem going forward. You’ll work with both front- and back-end technologies, including the latest standards and tools for building rich client-side web applications, which you’ll help choose. (Think we should use ES6 via Babel or build something with React? Let’s do it.) While you’ll be primarily responsible for the Zotero website, you might also pitch in with other parts of the project, helping to extend the Zotero web API, optimize the AWS infrastructure, or build back-end services to power new features. As part of a small team, you’ll have responsibility over core components of the project and the freedom to experiment and find creative solutions to tough problems. Most importantly, you’ll participate in a vibrant global open-source community with amazing community developers and passionate users.\n\nThe core Zotero development team meets periodically in person (conference room in Virginia, falafel joint in Paris, cafe in New York City), but you’ll primarily be working remotely, communicating with Zotero developers and users via chat rooms, forums, mailing lists, and GitHub. We have a highly collaborative but asynchronous workflow, and you’ll be in control of your own schedule. Our hours are flexible and variable: we might be debating a new feature at 1 p.m. or deploying a major upgrade at 1 a.m.\n\nInterested? Send a cover letter and résumé to [email protected] with the subject line “Zotero Web Developer”.

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Zotero


Full Stack Developer Open Source Research Platform

verified

Full Stack Developer Open Source Research Platform


Zotero

verified

full stack

dev

digital nomad

full stack

dev

digital nomad

4yr

Stats (beta): 👁 621 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nZotero is an open-source project that develops software and web services to help people collect, organize, cite, and share their research. Our software is recommended by universities worldwide and used by students, scholars, researchers, scientists, and many others. We have some big plans for the future, and we need help making those happen.\n\nThe Zotero team is looking for a full-time, contract developer to work across the Zotero ecosystem. Your job will be, most simply, to make Zotero as good as it can be, working on any part of the project to help advance that goal. This position is for someone with a wide range of skills: you should be comfortable obsessing over a stray pixel in a user interface or designing a syncing architecture from scratch. Your work might include improving the Zotero desktop software and browser extensions, extending the Zotero web API, managing an extensive AWS infrastructure, or building back-end services to power new features. As part of a small team, you’ll have responsibility over core components of the project and the freedom to experiment and find creative solutions to tough problems. (Think an Elasticsearch cluster is the best way to do something? Let’s spin up some instances. Have an idea for a major new feature or project? Let’s talk about it.) Most importantly, you’ll participate in a vibrant global open-source community with amazing community developers and passionate users.\n\nThe core Zotero development team meets periodically in person (conference room in Virginia, falafel joint in Paris, cafe in New York City), but you’ll primarily be working remotely, communicating with Zotero developers and users via chat rooms, forums, mailing lists, and GitHub. We have a highly collaborative but asynchronous workflow, and you’ll be in control of your own schedule. Our hours are flexible and variable: we might be debating a new feature at 1 p.m. or deploying a major upgrade at 1 a.m.\n\nInterested? Send a cover letter and résumé to [email protected] with the subject line “Zotero Full-Stack Developer”. (We know we’re asking for a lot, so if this sounds interesting but your experience is a bit more specialized, send us an email and let’s talk.)

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Zotero


Full Stack Developer

verified

Full Stack Developer


Zotero

verified

full stack

dev

digital nomad

full stack

dev

digital nomad

4yr

Stats (beta): 👁 664 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nZotero is an open-source project that develops software and web services to help people collect, organize, cite, and share their research. Our software is recommended by universities worldwide and used by students, scholars, researchers, scientists, and many others. We have some big plans for the future, and we need help making those happen.\n\nThe Zotero team is looking for a full-time, contract developer to work across the Zotero ecosystem. Your job will be, most simply, to make Zotero as good as it can be, working on any part of the project to help advance that goal. This position is for someone with a wide range of skills: you should be comfortable obsessing over a stray pixel in a user interface or designing a syncing architecture from scratch. Your work might include improving the Zotero desktop software and browser extensions, extending the Zotero web API, managing an extensive AWS infrastructure, or building back-end services to power new features. As part of a small team, you’ll have responsibility over core components of the project and the freedom to experiment and find creative solutions to tough problems. (Think an Elasticsearch cluster is the best way to do something? Let’s spin up some instances. Have an idea for a major new feature or project? Let’s talk about it.) Most importantly, you’ll participate in a vibrant global open-source community with amazing community developers and passionate users.\n\nThe core Zotero development team meets periodically in person (conference room in Virginia, falafel joint in Paris, cafe in New York City), but you’ll primarily be working remotely, communicating with Zotero developers and users via chat rooms, forums, mailing lists, and GitHub. We have a highly collaborative but asynchronous workflow, and you’ll be in control of your own schedule. Our hours are flexible and variable: we might be debating a new feature at 1 p.m. or deploying a major upgrade at 1 a.m.\n\nInterested? Send a cover letter and résumé to [email protected] with the subject line “Zotero Full-Stack Developer”. (We know we’re asking for a lot, so if this sounds interesting but your experience is a bit more specialized, send us an email and let’s talk.)

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