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The Things Industries

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๐Ÿ’ฐ $60k - $70k




๐Ÿ”Ž1,032 opens
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The Things Industries is hiring a Remote Golang Developer

You will be working on our open core product called The Things Stack. Have a look at our software on Github [here]( ).\n\nAs well a motivation to work together with our 150K IoT developer community to make a product that keeps the data of their IoT devices flowing.\n \n**Responsibilities & Qualifications**\n* Experience with Golang\n* You know how to work in a remote team and understand how to keep your team in sync with what you do at all time.\n* You understand how your work impacts the Devops activities.\n* You have got an affiliation with IoT and wireless technologies.\n\nWant to learn more about the awesome technology we create. Have a look at our developer community here: [](\n\nHave a look at our CTO giving an overview of the product [here]( \n\nBe sure to mention the words **TASK RAMP ELBOW** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$60,000 — $70,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide

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The Things Industries

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๐Ÿ’ฐ $50k - $60k






๐Ÿ”Ž4,305 opens
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The Things Industries is hiring a Remote React Frontend Developer

You will be working on [The Things Stack](, an open-core LoRaWAN network server, that is used around the world by tens of thousands of developer and enterprise to connect their Internet of Things devices. The platform and open-core software is used by more than a 150 thousand users all around the world. It has a thriving community with more than 1500 city networks and 40K base stations through [The Things Network](\n\n**Desired Skills**\n\n- Strong JavaScript knowledge\n- Confidence in writing valid and semantic HTML and CSS\n- Attention to detail when implementing designs\n- At least basic knowledge of frontend frameworks (we use React)\n- At least basic knowledge with modern frontend development tooling (yarn, webpack, babel)\n- Experience using Git and GitHub-based workflows\n- Ability to work self-responsibly in a flexible and agile work environment\n\n**What will make you stand out is (but not required)**\n\n- Strong knowledge of React and Redux\n- Experience with end-to-end testing (we use Cypress)\n- Experience with Golang (the language powering our backend)\n- Experience with using and maintaining UI/Compnent libraries \n\nBe sure to mention the words **CLAW DINNER CORAL** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$50,000 — $60,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide

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Colony Networks

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Colony Networks is a fast growing software as a service (SaaS) company providing value-added software solutions to mobile network operators and IoT hardware vendors that extend the performance and security of wireless data networks. We have customers today in Canada and the United States and are on track to expand globally. \n\nA role at Colony will accelerate your career where you will learn, grow, and make an impact.\n\nColony Networks is seeking an experienced Full-Stack Software Developer, with more than 3 years of complex web application development experience, who can easily switch between the front-end and back-end. You bring your wealth of experience and technical expertise to build and ship high-quality software in an agile fashion.\n\nWho You Areโ€ฆ\n\nYouโ€™re comfortable working closely with designers and stakeholders to build both awesome UI/UX components and systems, as well as backend microservices and APIs that can process millions of request per day. You have experience liaising and collaborating with business stakeholders to determine requirements and specifications. You live in the cloud and have hands-on experience using public cloud providers such as GCP / AWS / Azure\n\nYou have a proven track record of taking ownership of projects, development processes, and best practices, for the overall benefit of the team and organization. You want to join us in using exciting new technologies to build the next generation of Colony products. \n\nYou are super smart and have a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or Engineering, or have equivalent work experience.\n\nColony is based in Vancouver BC, but also open to remote candidates in Canada if you have at least 1-year experience working remotely for a company and have a proactive style of communication.\n \nYouโ€™re Great At..\n\n- Building high-volume, highly available, and distributed server applications, hence you have a portfolio of web apps youโ€™ve played a key role in shipping\n- Applying appropriate design patterns given a problem\n- Delivering quality code using Python for backend applications\n- Working with both Relational and NoSQL databases: Postgres/Elasticsearch/Redis\n- Javascript and UI development, ideally with React JS\n- Working with REST APIs (bonus if youโ€™ve worked with Twilio & Facebook APIs)\n- Building, running, and maintaining cloud applications in the cloud, bonus for Google Cloud Platform (GCP) \n- Containers and complementary technologies (Docker, Kubernetes)\n- Working with automated CI/CD pipelines \n- Maintaining automated test suites and ensuring quality in your code\n- Working in a Linux environment\n- Communicating your ideas to managers and peers\n \nBonus Points โ€ฆ\n\n- Knowledge of Dataproc / Spark, Pub/Sub\n- Serverless & Google Cloud Functions\n- Interest in hackathon\n- PHP and/or Java coding experience\n- Machine Learning\n- Passion for wireless networks, IoT, Wi-Fi & security\n- Drive to succeed in a fast pace and continuously evolving environment\n- You have open source contributions or personal projects youโ€™ve shipped successfully \n\n# Requirements\nSkills: Python, Javascript, SQL, Cloud Computing, Redis, PostgreSQL, REST APIs, Docker, React.js, Kubernetes, Serverless, Kong, Eleasticsearch \n\nBe sure to mention the words **ESCAPE SWEAR IGNORE** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants.\n\n

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