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Remote Software Developer Frontend Web Job in December 2019 at companies likeSavvy Apps and Language Drops posted 10 months ago

Remote Software Developer Frontend Web Job in December 2019 at companies likeSavvy Apps and Language Drops posted 10 months ago

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Savvy Apps


Vue.js Developer

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Vue.js Developer


Savvy Apps

verified

vue

frontend

web

front end

vue

frontend

web

front end

10mo
*U.S.-based candidates only please.*\n\n\n\n[Savvy Apps](https://savvyapps.com/) is a top app agency with our headquarters just outside of Washington, D.C. We've been working remotely though since 2009 before remote was really a thing. We rely on tools like Trello, Quip, and Slack (for both text and video chat) to collaborate across timezones. \n\n\n\nWe are considered a trusted partner by national brands & high-profile startups and our work is regularly featured in the industry. We have a [great culture, generous benefits, and a fun, yet professional atmosphere.](https://savvyapps.com/careers)\n\n\n\n### COME DO THE BEST WORK OF YOUR CAREER\n\n\n\nJoin a team where producing quality work is our primary concern. You'll spend almost of all of your time doing what you enjoy: writing code! If you find meetings, management buy-in, office politics, and documentation to justify decisions a drag, then you'll fit in perfectly at Savvy.\n\n\n\nWe work with tools ranging from Zeplin to Pivotal Tracker. We enjoy the specialization of our crafts. You’ll collaborate with team members from the product, UX, and visual design groups to create clear mockups and spiffy user interfaces. We work for the needs of the project, not the framework. We love the flexibility of Vue.js (e.g., see one of [our in-depth Vue.js tutorials](https://savvyapps.com/blog/definitive-guide-building-web-app-vuejs-firebase)) and use it to speed development and create clean, maintainable, and testable code. We also expect you to always think about the end customer...fight for the users!\n\n\n\n### PERKS. WE GOT 'EM\n\n\n\nYou'll get an amazing workstation and anything else you need for your home office. We have great health, dental, and vision plans. We also have a generous 401k plan; you'll get 3% of your salary contributed by us, regardless if you contribute yourself and immediately be eligible for profit sharing. We observe nine federal holidays in addition to your standard vacation time. And the last number of years, we've closed the entire final week of the year on us.

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If you have a soft spot for bootstrapped, profitable companies with a meaningful product, and you want to use your frontend development skills for good, you’ll like this.\n \n\nAbout us:\n\nDrops’ goal is to turn language learning into a delightful game while ensuring effective learning. We teach 31 languages, was featured by both the App Store and Play Store multiple times - and received the “Best of 2018” title this year! - and the company is still run by the founders. We are a small, super-capable remote team mainly spread across Europe. We’re working synchronously, so time zones matter for us. We communicate via Slack, Github and have releases multiple times a week.\nWe want to be the #1 app for vocabulary learning and we are getting there quickly with our current user base of 9 million, a monthly active of >1,000,000 and an average store rating of 4.7.\nYou can find us here: https://languagedrops.com\n \n\nAbout you:\n\nYou’ll be responsible for establishing Drops on the web, from a technical perspective. This means a lot of ownership, which we cultivate by having a flat structure.\n\nYou’re a no-nonsense person, who is comfortable taking on and managing multiple different projects at the same time, who has been working in working at a product company and has extensive front-end development experience.\n\nYou have been working with React for years, have deep knowledge of everything that’s happening in the browser and looking for challenges in growing a product from tens of thousands to millions of visitors per month.\n\nYou strongly prefer static typing over dynamic languages, and use every opportunity to transform code that doesn’t use types into code that does. You generally prefer to use a minimal set of simple tools to a diverse range of complex ones.\n\nWe’ve built our mobile app with react-native, so we can easily port it to the web and start sharing most of our code - and the challenges that this brings are of your interest.\n\nYou like to have a variety of projects - at this job, you’ll be developing a complex web app, a static site generator (gatsby), and even sometimes helping out on our marketing website, that’s being re-built with webflow. \n\nWe want everyone to see the big picture: this means you already pushed your boundaries outside of “being a developer” and are knowledgeable about web product growth frameworks, SEO, best practices regarding retention and monetization.\n\nWe’re building a small, but super capable team. You’re naturally more interested in the fate of the product & driven to grow professionally, than in managing people.\n\nWe value clear and honest communication and transparency, it’s the linchpin of our culture and current success and freedom. You will be involved in both high and low level decision making and will be available during European working hours (9AM - 6PM GMT).\n\nWe are looking for a missionary rather than a mercenary.\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n You will:\n* Work cross functionally with our designer / data analyst / backend developer / project owner to define, scope, estimate and plan various aspects of the product.\n* Work independently and with other engineers to develop new web experiences.\n* Support of production applications / sites that you’ve built or helped to build.\n* Communicate effectively and often to ensure that everyone is aligned. \n\n# Requirements\nYou have:\n* At least 4 years of experience in building web products.\n* At least 2 years of experience in building with React.\n* Experience in architecting and developing web apps and programmatically generated sites (static site generators, like gatsby) with with thousands of pages.\n* Experience in understanding basic funnels, and collaborating with support to resolve user-facing issues.\n* Strong understanding of SEO, and experience in optimising websites for Google.\n* Project management experience (everyone is managing projects at Drops).\n* Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to work well cross-functionally.\n* Experienced in strongly typed languages, and/or Typescript/Flow.\n

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