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Remote Software Developer Ux Frontend Javascript Job in September 2019 at companies likeKraken Digital Asset Exchange and Stencila posted 4 months ago

Remote Software Developer Ux Frontend Javascript Job in September 2019 at companies likeKraken Digital Asset Exchange and Stencila posted 4 months ago

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Kraken Digital Asset Exchange


Software Engineer, Frontend - Ui/ux


🌏Worldwide

Software Engineer, Frontend - Ui/ux


Kraken Digital Asset Exchange

🌏Worldwide

frontend

ui

ux

javascript

frontend

ui

ux

javascript

🌏Worldwide4mo
***This is a fully remote role, we will consider applicants based in North America, South America and EMEA***\n\n\n\n**About Kraken**\n\n\n\nKraken is one of the largest and most successful bitcoin exchanges in the world and we’re growing faster than ever. We’re looking for people who constantly push themselves to think differently and chart exciting new paths in a rapidly growing industry. Kraken is a diverse group of dreamers and doers, we truly believe our success depends on having both in spades. Join us and the movement to change the way the world thinks about money.\n\n\n\n**About the Role**\n\n\n\nOur Engineering team is having a blast while delivering the most sophisticated crypto-trading platform out there. We are using modern web technologies, including Typescript, Webpack, React, and Sass, to develop new UI/UX and improve our clients trading and funding experience. We are looking for developers with an eye for design, and thoughtful attention to detail, who are excited to improve the Kraken user experience.\n\n# Responsibilities\n * Developing new user-facing features using React\n\n* Building reusable components and front-end libraries for future use\n\n* Translate designs, wireframes, and business requirements into high quality code\n\n* Optimizing components for maximum performance\n\n* Polish UI to ensure it matches 1-to-1 with user tested designs and prototypes \n\n# Requirements\n* 2+ years of professional experience preferred\n\n* Strong proficiency in JavaScript and ES2015 - 2017\n\n* Solid understanding of Sass or Less and a deep knowledge of modern CSS\n\n* Experience with modern and legacy PHP\n\n* Thorough understanding of React and its core principles preferred\n\n* Experience with popular React workflows (such as Flux or Redux) preferred\n\n* Familiarity with modern front-end build pipelines and tools\n\n* Experience with RESTful and RPC based APIs\n\n* Bringing applications to production and iterating\n\n* Modernizing PHP web applications\n\n* Experience in crypto industry a plus\n\n* Strong passion for crypto \n\n#Location\n- 🌏Worldwide

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Stencila


Software Engineer (frontend)

Software Engineer (frontend)


Stencila


frontend

javascript

ux

ui

frontend

javascript

ux

ui

8mo
Join a team developing the next-generation of tools for data-driven scientific discovery. Stencila aims to lower the barriers to reproducible research and enable collaboration between researchers with different levels of technical expertise. We're looking for a full-time software engineer to lead development of novel user interfaces for data exploration, visualization and analysis.\n\n* [Stencila](https://stenci.la) is building a toolbox of modular, interoperable software components for researchers ranging from Stencila [Dockter](https://github.com/stencila/dockter) (a command line tool that makes it easier to create Docker images) to Stencila [Hub](https://hub.stenci.la) (a web app that integrates our tools with third party services like Github and Dropbox) - and plenty of others in between!\n* We're passionate about making data-driven discovery more accessible to more people and closing the gaps in collaboration between coders and non-coders.\n* We’re obsessed with building tools that make simple thing easy and complex things possible.\n* With funding from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation we are building a core team to take Stencila from a prototype to production.\n* We are a small diverse, 100% remote, 100% open-source team linked to a broad open source and open science community.\n\n# Responsibilities\n * Be part of the team designing and implementing an open, extensible architecture for user interfaces for data-driven discovery.\n* Work with our product designer to design, build, test, and deploy user interfaces for data analysis and visualization.\n* Be involved in user testing to understand usability problems that users are having. Then fix those problems.\n* Engage with the open-source developer community to encourage contributions. Improve documentation, merge pull requests, respond to issues. \n\n# Requirements\n#### About you\n\n* You are passionate about understanding how our users think, what their problems are, and building engaging user experiences that solve those problems.\n* You are an engineer with a sense of aesthetics: you have strong technical skills and can build a beautiful interface.\n* You are keen to join in-person user workshops, value user feedback, and act upon it.\n* Are committed to open-source and know from experience what it takes to grow a community around open-source software.\n* Have a strong bias towards getting it done; you choose completion over perfection. You get a buzz out of getting things shipped.\n* Take initiative, ownership and responsibility; you don’t need to wait for permission, don’t mind admitting you were wrong, and fix things when you are.\n* Want to work as part of a diverse team with complementary skills; you give support and take advice.\n* Comfortable working across time zones as part of a small, remote, geographically distributed team. You review asynchronous feedback, and get to work independently. \n* You are comfortable regularly communicating on wins, progress, and roadblocks.\n\n#### Your Skills & Experience\n\n* Experienced at building, testing, and deploying user interfaces in Javascript.\n* Familiar with frontend frameworks like React, Vue and Polymer and state management approaches such as Redux, Mobx, and GraphQL.\n* At home with modern front-end languages e.g. ES2016, Typescript, and build tools e.g. Webpack, Rollup, NPM\n* Experienced in test driven development and testing frameworks e.g. Jest, Puppeteer.\n* Experienced at building from mockups using modern CSS approaches and frameworks e.g Bulma, Tailwind, Semantic UI\n* It’s a nice-to-have if you have a research or science background working with data.\n* Proficient in the English language, both written and verbal\n\n#### Compensation\n\nUS $100,000

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