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Saga


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๐Ÿ’ฐ $60k - $80k

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backend

 

typescript

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At [Saga](https://saga.so), we are looking for multiple Full Stack Engineers to join our Engineering team. We are a small (but growing) remote company building a platform to connect knowledge and give teams contextual information at a glance.\n\nWhat makes Saga different is the ability to author content while having an overview of any piece of information that might be relevant to your current work.\n\n### What working for our Engineering Team will be:\n\n* We will explore two core directions in the next year: 1) make Saga the best tool for teams to collaborate on knowledge creation; 2) integrate Saga with external tools to allow teams to have an overview of their extended knowledge.\n* No stone left unturned: as weโ€™re a small team collaborating on every issue, expect to touch every part of the product at some point, from frontend to backend to scaling our infrastructure. This doesnโ€™t mean you need to know it all already. Every team member brings in their unique expertise, and we all learn from each other.\n* Collaboration over individual contribution. We collaborate most of the time over video. This means pair programming and deciding as a group how to move forward with any issue. Every two weeks, we decide together what to focus on, then we tackle those problems together to completion.\n* Flexible working hours. We strive to work together as much as possible to increase our collective throughput, but you will be able to set your own schedule and adjust your hours depending on your needs.\n* You will face hard technical challenges. We need to scale our product to digest information of ever-increasing orders of magnitude while keeping the user experience as simple as it can be.\n* Customer-facing, always. We have communities on Discord, Slack, and Reddit, you will be able to assess directly user feedback and iterate on it.\nOpen-source. We support and actively contribute to open source libraries that power Saga. You will have a chance to work on software that will be used by the open-source community at large.\n\n### What weโ€™re looking for:\n\n* You have experience with (or interest in) React, Typescript, Node.js. Optionally, you have experience with GraphQL, Postgres, Firebase.\n* Bonus points if you have experience with one of: indexing and search engines; managing infrastructure at scale; CRDTs, and real-time collaboration libraries.\n* You know how to start a project from scratch. You have built an impressive side project, led a project in your day job or at school or you have been a founder before.\n* You think product-first. You want to create something used and loved by millions and are careful about shipping with customers in mind.\n* You can use your communication skills to make remote work a joy. You will seldomly see your colleagues in person, therefore communication is key. We document everything we do, and strive to have an open communication culture.\n\n### What we offer in return:\n\n- Generous compensation and employee-friendly equity options in Saga\n- 25 days paid vacation days on top of public holidays in your country\n- Flexible working hours\n- Home office equipment\n- Team retreats every few months in beautiful locations around the world (depending on Covid situation)\n\nPlease note that benefits may vary by country. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask us.\n\n### Diversity and inclusion:\n\nWe think diversity makes any company the best company it can be. We believe different backgrounds mean different points of view that can make us stronger and more robust as a company. We welcome people who are not afraid to challenge assumptions. We all live in different countries, speak different languages, have been or still are immigrants ourselves. We all had unorthodox careers, before starting Saga.\n\nNo matter where you come from or what your background is, we want to hear from you! \n\nIf you have any disability that might impact the interview process, please let us know if thereโ€™s any way we can make it better for you! \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$60,000 — $80,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide


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Cynomi


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๐Ÿ’ฐ $70k - $100k

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typescript

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Cynomi is using novel technology and deep domain expertise to help protect small to medium size businesses from cyber security threats. Thereโ€™s no SaaS in this market, and weโ€™re building Cynomi in a technology-driven way.\nNow is an amazing time to join us - we're still small but have recently raised a significant round of funding. Your work will have huge impact through growth phases and help define the company for the future.\n**What weโ€™re looking for**\nWeโ€™re looking for a capable/experienced NodeJS developer to join us in our mission of providing small and medium businesses with world class cyber protection. You will be building, updating and maintaining our flagship product.\nThe role covers a wide and exciting array of problem spaces:\n* Building backend systems to handle complex security workflows\n* Creating great user experiences with our design/UX team, both on UI and on beautiful reports\n* Writing tests to ensure our code is fool proof\n* Capturing data and insights from customers using in-house tools\n* Deploying systems on AWS using automated deployment tools\n* Growing and sharing your knowledge with the rest of the team\n* Working with other talented engineers, and customer focussed teams with a diverse range of backgrounds\n**Requirements**\nYouโ€™ll be smart, curious, articulate and excited to attack engineering and process problems.\nWith others on the team, weโ€™ll be looking to you to help make decisions on how we should build out our product, whilst shipping fast. Knowing when and when not to make a compromise is a valuable skill. Likewise your ability to articulate yourself clearly and break down complex problems will help the whole team learn and iterate.\nThe work will be split between backend and frontend with a heavier emphasis on frontend. You'll have had > 3 years experience in Node JS, or a great portfolio/Github profile that shows off your work and ability to solve problems. We're very happy to look at different backgrounds :)\n**Our stack:**\n* Frontend: React, Redux\n* Backend: NestJS, Node JS, AWS EC2, Mongo, Lambda (future), Typescript\n* Tooling: GitHub + GitHub Flow, AWS, Mongo, Linux (development on Macs).\n* Best practices: Code reviews, Tests, CI, Exception tracking, Templated issue tracking\n**Benefits**\n* Competitive pay\n* Meaningful stock options\n* Influence in engineering practices and product direction\n* Working with a capable and mostly remote team\n* Hardware and workspace setup catered for\n* Support with your career development\n**Working Environment**\nWe try to keep things open, direct and transparent. An environment in which youโ€™re encouraged to express your thoughts on any matter relating to the business and look forward to coming to work in the morning.\n**Logistics**\nWe are currently fully remote. We expect that as we shift back to normal, and we may come into the office to synchronise periodically and enjoy each otherโ€™s company. We donโ€™t expect this to happen any time soon though.\n**Sharing Success**\nItโ€™s important to us that every Cynomi employee directly benefits from our success. All employees benefit from our share option scheme. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$70,000 — $100,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nUnited Kingdom


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PolySwarm


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๐Ÿ’ฐ $100k - $150k

docker

 

javascript

 

html

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We are looking for an experienced full-stack developer, focused on web front ends, to lead the development of our product UI/UX.\n\nWe are a cyber security company with many projects. Our web application is multi-lingual and has a base set of functionality, but we have an extensive list of features in our goal of a peerless product. Architecting, understanding our extensive backend, and implementing these features would be about 95% of your time. Additionally, our marketing websites are multi-lingual and updated about once per month, so this would be about 5% of your time.\n\n**Join PolySwarm.**\n\nWe're developing innovative solutions to age-old information security problems - and we need your help.\n\nPolySwarm is a marketplace that produces crowdsourced threat intelligence (malware detection today, more tomorrow).\n\nNo one has done this before. We'll get things wrong - that's okay! With your help, we'll get fewer things wrong, identify mistakes earlier, and improve processes to prevent future missteps.\n\nYou're in on the ground floor - you'll have a say in what we do and how we do it. By joining PolySwarm, you'll be joining a dynamic team on the bleeding edge of information (computer) security and blockchain - answering questions few have thought to ask.\n\n**If You Are:**\n\n* proficient with Docker, JavaScript, HTML, CSS/SASS, React, Redux, NodeJS, TypeScript, Jest, Storybook, and Gatsby\n* familiar with Python or Rust\n* experienced at creating clean/efficient UX\n* experienced building both the front-end and back-end for a web application\n* experienced with payment processing services like Stripe\n* experienced at developing/managing a multi-language web application\n* proficient in speaking/writing/reading English\n\n... then we are interested in you.\n\n\n**The Ideal Candidate Is**\n\nindependently motivated & self-directing\nintrospective: able to identify weak spots / problem areas in our existing processes or code and suggest / implement solutions\ninterested in creating a top quality user experience for both desktop and mobile users\ninterested in web application development\nhas an eye for design\n\n**We Offer**\n\n* Competitive salaries\n* Excellent health, dental, vision coverage\n* Paid vacation days\n* Flexible work hours - we have core hours on weekdays during US business hours, but outside of scheduled meetings, but if you want to start a little earlier or stay a little later, that's up to you..\n* Remote Ok - You can work remotely, or you can work from one of our offices when this Covid-19 stuff ends.\n* Powerful servers, laptops, desktops - whatever you need to be most productive!\n\n*In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.*\n\n**About PolySwarm**\n\nThe PolySwarm Team is made up of InfoSec veterans with decades of experience in government and industry. Weโ€™re driven to improve the threat intelligence landscape for ourselves, our clients and the industry at large. By providing robust incentives that align participantsโ€™ interest with continued innovation, PolySwarm will break the mold of todayโ€™s iterative threat intelligence offerings.\n\nAll PolySwarm (Co-)Founders are also members of Narf Industries, LLC, a boutique information security firm specializing in tailored solutions for government and large enterprises. Narf operates on the cutting-edge of InfoSec, blockchain and cryptographic research, having recently completed a blockchain-based identity management project for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as well as several cutting-edge partial homomorphic encryption projects on behalf of DARPA.\n\nFor more about the team and the team's advisers, head over to: https://polyswarm.io/team\n\nTo see our web application, head over to: https://polyswarm.network\n\n**What we use:**\n\n* Docker\n* JavaScript\n* HTML\n* CSS/SASS\n* React, Redux\n* NodeJS\n* TypeScript\n* Templating\n* Gatsby\n* Storybook\n* Jest\n\n**Bonus skills:**\n\n* Python\n* Rust\n* Elastic Search\n* Kibana\n* Kubernetes \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$100,000 — $150,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide


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Bitfinex

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๐Ÿ’ฐ $50k - $70k

redux

 

javascript

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Bitfinex is a digital asset trading platform offering state-of-the-art services for digital currency traders and global liquidity providers.\n\nFounded in 2012, Bitfinex was one of the first professional platforms set up to accommodate for the booming interest in cryptocurrency trading. Since then, our team has gained invaluable experience whilst cementing our spot as the go-to platform for digital asset traders and institutions.\n\n\n**Our Mission**\n\nOur aim is to create a free and accessible global digital economy by disrupting the current financial services industry.\n\nOur team is entirely remote, composed of individuals with an ownership mentality; no one waits to be told what to do. Each member of the team is a highly motivated self-starter that is comfortable with autonomy and believes in lifelong learning. When weโ€™re not working, weโ€™re dreaming about it. We place our egos aside and thrive within a culture that fosters one another from the birth of a concept to launch of a product. \n\nAt Bitfinex you have the freedom to work as you please - all that matters is execution. \n\nJoin us and help lay the foundation for a decentralized future.\n\n \n\n**Key responsibilities**\n\nAs a Front-end Developer, you will be a part of the team that works on the development of the Bitfinex web and mobile applications. This includes:\n\nNew Features - Bitfinex continuously strives to create innovative new features in order to provide the most professional trading experience for customers. These are developed and deployed using agile methodologies, to ensure the user experience remains the best in the industry.\n\nScalability - The web application must remain effortlessly smooth, responsive, and real-time for customers as the platform continues to scale to accommodate new user growth.\n\nData Visualisation - The data we present to our users is the result of tailored algorithms, on top of the incredible amount of data our platform produces daily, and we continue to experiment with new ways to display this most effectively.\n\nDesign - Build beautiful reactive applications and trading tools.\n\n**Requirements**\nTo enjoy this role, you should possess the personal attributes and experience outlined above. On top of this, we expect you to be:\n\n* Knowledgeable and experienced with micro-service architecture.\n* Comfortable with high-availability concepts.\n* Highly proficient in JavaScript and ES6+.\n* Thoroughly experienced with React, Flux, SASS, Redux and the core principles surrounding these.\n* Familiar with modern front-end pipelines and tools.\n* Experienced with WebSockets, RESTful and RPC-based APIs.\n* Interested in bringing diverse, innovative applications to life.\n* Interested in modernising and optimising different web applications. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$50,000 — $70,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide


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### We Areโ€ฆ\n\nShogun, and we're on a mission to help people create the best eCommerce experiences in the world.\n\n\n\nWe're a graduate of the Winter 2018 batch of Y-Combinator, we just recently raised a Series A round, we have over 14,000 active paying clients, and we're preparing to launch a new product in 2020 called Shogun Frontend (you can read more about that in Tech Crunch).\n\n\n\nOur team is fully remote, distributed and global (check out our team page)! We have no office, so we are looking for team members that are comfortable with and motivated by the opportunity to work remotely.\n\n\n\n\n\n### You Areโ€ฆ\n\nAn experienced front-end Software Engineer in North America or the UK who will be working directly on one of our client-facing products, helping people build highly performant pages and PWAs for their eCommerce stores.\n\n\n\n\n\n### Responsibilities\n\n* You'll be working in an agile team responsible for building UIs and tools for making web apps by utilizing modern technologies and solutions like TypeScript, React, Webpack, GraphQL, etc\n\n* You'll write well designed, testable, readable and scalable code in accordance to clean code principles and team agreement\n\n* You'll work closely with design, product management, and development teams to create elegant, interactive and highly performant interfaces\n\n* You'll take proactive ownership of tasks and see them through to completion, and take responsibility for coding, bug testing, general software deployment, and tracking the product through its lifecycle, along with communicating with other internal teams\n\n* You'll regularly contribute to discussions and brainstorm high quality ideas that result in adoption and improvements\n\n* You'll proactively share knowledge and help your team evolve\n\n\n\n\n\n### Basic Qualifications\n\n* Have worked everyday with TypeScript for at least two years\n\n* Excellent knowledge of React and testing (Jest, React-Testing-Library, etc)\n\n* 2+ years knowledge of GraphQL, Node.js, and Next.js\n\n* Advanced understanding of web fundamentals (accessibility, security, DOM, SEO, how browsers work, etc)\n\n* Deep knowledge about web performance and page speed with React, Google Lighthouse, and more.\n\n* Great knowledge of Webpack and how to configure it properly\n\n* Love of engineering practices like continuous delivery and automated testing\n\n* Good written and verbal communication in English\n\n* Real-world TypeScript code we can review\n\n\n\n\n\n### Preferred Qualifications\n\n* Knowledge of bundlers outside of Webpack (e.g. Rollup or Parcel) and their proper configurations\n\n* Working experience building PWAs\n\n\n\n\n\n### We Offer\n\n* A competitive salary\n\n* Benefits (vary by location)\n\n* An environment that cares highly about the quality of the code and good practices. Weโ€™ve suffered enough without them!\n\n* A fully remote work environment - our team is global and has been remote from the very start!\n\n* Occasionally, we hire on a full time contractor basis to begin with. Team members enjoy the same opportunities for great compensation, full time positions, and consideration, regardless of location.\n\n\n\n### Our Values\n\n* Work in the open: Operate with high integrity and choose what's right over what's easy. Be transparent as a company and with each other.\n\n* People are People: Treat yourself, colleagues, and customers with dignity, empathy, and respect. Start from a presumption of positive intent.\n\n* Win and grow together: Strive to be the best, individually and as a team. Support and encourage each other. Seek opportunities for growth.\n\n\n\nShogun supports workplace diversity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender identity/expression, national origin, age, military service eligibility, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, or any other protected class\n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide


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Jetcake

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front-end

 

javascript

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Youโ€™ll work with Jetcake clients to build beautiful, usable web interfaces. This is a remote-only position. The projects will vary. You might find yourself building a web interface from scratch as the only engineer, or coding specific features while working in a team of developers, or be tasked with refactoring an existing high-traffic website using more modern technologies. What will be constant is the ability to do meaningful work with interesting companies.\n\nWeโ€™ve built and led product development teams at Hotwire, Expedia, OneKingsLane, Jigsaw (acquired by Salesforce), Lyft, among others. Inspired by our eye-opening experiences hiring remote talent, we started Jetcake to connect Silicon Valley companies with software developers, UX/UI designers, product managers around the globe who want to do impactful work.\n\nWhen you join the Jetcake network, you go through in-depth training to show you the ropes of working with product development teams in Silicon Valley. And then we continue to support your professional success with on-going mentorship from our founders and hands-on classes led by internal or external experts.\n\n# Responsibilities\n * Translate UX/UI designs into code\n* Provide feedback on technical feasibility of UX/UI designs\n* Estimate timelines for implementation\n* Conduct comprehensive cross-browser testing of the features you develop\n* Participate in software engineering processes such as daily standups, sprint planning, retrospectives, design reviews, and code reviews\n* Regularly communicate progress and blockers \n\n# Requirements\n* A high standard for quality of code and quality of user experience\n* Proficiency in HTML5, CSS3, Javascript\n* Expertise in a modern framework such as React, Angular, or Vue\n* Experience stubbing out back-end API calls in order to test front-end features\n* The ability to think through customer requirements to come up with the most effective way to quickly solve their problems\n* Attention to details\n* Built large scale web applications before\n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide


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Tribe Labs

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javascript

 

frontend

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**Tribe - a global sports startup based** in New Zealand and the Czech Republicย is hiring a developer. **We'reย looking for talented Javascript developer **(can be either backend, frontend or full stack). **We're a 100% remote team, and have both revenue and traction.**\n\nTribe is a single destination for sport that is changing how people follow and consume sports results, news and information.\n\n# Responsibilities\n **Responsibilities for backend developer:**\n\nSpeed and accurate information is everything in the sports results world. As we're growing, the API and other services are becoming slower. We need to optimise, cache data, rewrite parts and build tools that help us identify weak spots. The challenge is that most of the time there is relatively little traffic, but during the busy times (when big games are on, largely over the weekend) our usage sky-rockets and the servers are unable to cope. \n\n**Responsibilities for frontend developer:**\n\nBesides the free consumer app (Ionic) we provide widgets (React) to big media partners (news media, broadcasters, betting agencies), who put these in their apps and on their websites. We're planning to build a web version of Tribe and the vision is to have one codebase for app / web / widget in React. \n\n# Requirements\n- Awesome JavaScript skills.\n- Frontend: experience with React apps (ideally big ones).\n- Backend: experience with micro service NodeJS architecture, AWS and MongoDB.\n- Proactive,ย ability to work independently - we're a small, remote dev team.\n- Willing to learn new things!\n\n**Offering:**\n\n- Work remotely from anywhere in the world.\n- Opportunity to work on an interesting product, with a global reach and user base.\n- Compensation negotiable based on experience.\n- Potential for equity.\n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide


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Aula Education


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javascript

 

frontend

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# The short version โณ\n\n**Mission:**  Enhance the way the world learns.\n\n**Why:**  Learning infrastructure should focus on community, collaboration, conversation - not on being a digital file cabinet ๐Ÿ—„๏ธ. \n\n**Who:**  Humble, curious and builder-mentality. 7+ years of full-stack development.\n\n**How:**  React, React-Native, microservices in Node.js, Docker, AWS, Redux, Mongo.\n\n\n# What is [Aula](https://aula.education)? ๐Ÿ\n\nAula is a remote-first 40-person team from 12 nationalities building a communication platform for education. Think โ€˜Slack for Educationโ€™.\n\nPowered by an ecosystem of integrations, Aula is the foundational layer in the university tech stack that shapes a whole industry.\n\nWe built Aula because we believe digital infrastructure should encourage community and participation-based learning.\n\nWeโ€™re backed by people like the founder of Unity, CTO at Eventbrite, a co-founder of Zendesk, a co-founder of JustEat and world-class VCs like Project A, BrightEye and Sunstone.\n\n![](http://f.cl.ly/items/3f0B20291K1Q261C1v2C/landingpage-platform.png)\n\n# Engineering @ Aula ๐Ÿ”๏ธ\n\n## What we're building\n\nAula is a conversational platform for education.\nTo get a deeper sense of what that means and how that can foster engaging learning experiences, read more here:\n[Education starts with conversation: how we designed Aula](https://blog.aula.education/education-starts-with-conversation-how-we-designed-aula-126bc1fa8706)\n\n## Our tech stack\n\nA 10 min read from our CTO Oliver: [Bringing educational infrastructure into the 21st centuryโ€Š-โ€Šthe stack](https://blog.aula.education/bringing-educational-infrastructure-into-the-21st-century-the-stack-be66b1a743c0)\n\n## Engineering challenges we're working on\n- Building frontend applications that deliver a seamless campus experience across devices (web, mobile, desktop)\n- Creating and maintaining the best infrastructure to deliver educational content and communication in real time.\n- Developing a powerful editor perfectly tailored for the creation of educational material and in-campus communication \n\n## [Product principles](https://blog.aula.education/product-principles-at-aula-398d1a2aa23f?source=collection_home---4------0---------------------)\n- Engagement first.\n- Enable educators to create the most engaging learning experiences.\n- Never more than 1 click away from human interaction.\n\n## Who we're building for \nWe're currently building for educators and students at universities. See what that means here:\n[Aula Personas](https://www.notion.so/e94ea2d2ca974d40ba4ae07638dcd459)\n\n## How our users benefit\n\n- **Students:** Aula means less one-way communication from the teacher, more collaboration with fellow students and easier access to student services like the welfare team. We aim to give every single student the sense of being part of their universityโ€™s community.\n\n- **Educators**: Aula means connecting with every student in your class and creating a truly engaging learning experience in a welcoming atmosphere.\n\n- **Universities**: Aula is a digital campus where the sense of belonging lowers student dropout rates and enables a move of focus from physical building to crafting distributed student experiences. \n\n[Here are some educators describing Aula in one word](https://cl.ly/b56b4d0ab0dd)\n\n## How our development team will look in 12 months\nEach product area will be led by a duo of a tech lead and a product manager, supported by full-stack contributors and tech leads on cross-platform areas like UI.\n\n![](http://f.cl.ly/items/0M3T0W2C3l1o0W2m2M3v/3c310693ccd93ce8220c7027bd047777screen_shot_2019_02_09_at_17.58.57.png)\n\n# Responsibilities\n Weโ€™re looking for a seasoned full-stack engineer to build features across the entire stack (front-end, back-end, mobile) and challenge our thinking on architecture. \n\n**Hereโ€™s a snapshot of what youโ€™ll be working on:**\n\n- Be part of leading a high-performing and inclusive team: inspiring team members, set priorities and own results\n- Building backend microservices\n- Pushing our thinking on core architecture choices\n- Working directly with Adrian, CPO and product designers, to build, maintain and improve slick user interfaces across devices\n- Switching between different apps and devices (web, desktop, iOS, Android)\n- Improving and maintaining our distributed architecture\n- Contributing to building a collaborative, productive and friendly remote workplace. \n\n# Requirements\n## Weโ€™d love to hear from you ifโ€ฆ ๐Ÿ”\n\n**Youโ€™re are the kind of person who**\n\n- Wants to foster a culture of no-ego team players who put the product first.\n- Adds another perspective to our team - for example, engineers who are women, transgender or identify as non-binary.\n- Thrives in caring and direct feedback environments.\n- Appreciates the value of diverse and inclusive teams.\n- Can arrange a working day with 4 hours of overlap with the workday in GMT.\n- Is excited to explore the world of remote working.\n- Consider yourself transparent, reliable and considerate.\n- Wants to join a 40-person startup journey with all the ups and downs.\n\n**Youโ€™ve done some of these thingsโ€ฆ**\n\n- Worked on both front-end and back-end, ideally 7+ years.\n- You have experience with React - unless you have significant Javascript experience with other libraries.\n- You have experience iterating on products from end-to-end (full feature).\n- Been part of excellent engineering teams as they scaled beyond 10 people.\n\n## Why join Aula? ๐Ÿฅ•\n\n### Who we are ๐Ÿ‘‹\n\nWe are a bunch of curious and silly-ambitious people who have set out to do our livesโ€™ work. \n\n![A video call with people in 13 different countries.](http://f.cl.ly/items/2G2T3x3z0J0B2o3l3q2i/Image2019-01-21at2.17.51pm%20(1).png)\n\n### How we work remotely\n\nWe put a lot of care and thought into building a remote workplace full of collaboration, belonging and feedback.\n\n**We are building a product that fosters community and knowledge sharing in education, so we, of course ,eat our own dog food. ๐Ÿถ**\n\n![](https://d2ddoduugvun08.cloudfront.net/items/333a1G0v2n0V2z1P0Y2i/Image_2019-02-26_at_7.29.00_pm.png?X-CloudApp-Visitor-Id=3264931)\n\n### Remote lunch ๐Ÿ•\n\nEvery fortnight, we all grab a meal and meet on a Zoom link. Someone on the team volunteers to talk about something outside of work that they care about - from board games, to being a classroom teacher to bio-hacking. \n\n### Onboarding ๐Ÿ‘‹\n\nThinking carefully about onboarding is crucial in distributed teams. We've carefully planned and iterated on an onboarding that quickly equips you with the technical knowledge, remote friendships and tips and tricks you need to feel at home and do your best work at Aula.\n\n### How we think about remote ๐Ÿ“ฑ\n\nWe see remote work as a creative constraint that forces us to think about what the ideal workplace looks like:\n\n> When 'mobile' became important, their small screens forced product managers, designers and engineers to rethink user interfaces - to remove clutter. This ended up affecting how people built desktop web pages. In the same way, remote work forces us to rethink work in a way that we think many standard office-based workplace could benefit from.\n\n### Benefits\n- **Personal development is part of being 'a high performer'.** You're supported in, and accountable for, your personal growth. You set the direction.\n- **Shared ownership:** Joining the Aula journey means you will own part of the company.\n- **Workspace**: Remote doesn't mean you have to work at home.\n- **Technology:** Get hooked up with the technology you need to do your best work.\n- **Free books:** Whatever you want to read.\n- **Family leave:** We offer enhanced family leave and pay - and a commitment to open, continuous communication.\n- **Travel stipends:** Go meet your colleagues.\n- **Flexible working:** Weโ€™re flexible about when and where you work as long as you have 4 hours of overlap with the workday in GMT.\n- **Company retreats**: Every 6 months, we meet up to connect, talk about big ideas and have fun.


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