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America's Test Kitchen is hiring a Remote Lead Front End Developer

America's Test Kitchen is seeking a seasoned front-end developer responsible for leading our next.js/react based application efforts by building and maintaining applications that integrate with a variety of APIs. Your primary responsibility will be to design and develop these applications, and to coordinate with the rest of the team working on different layers of the infrastructure. Thus, a commitment to collaborative problem solving, sophisticated design, and building quality products is essential.\n\nOur ideal candidate has 5+ years of ES6, Node, and React experience. Additionally, the ideal candidate loves to continuously learn and apply new technology to interesting challenges.\n\n**Responsibilities:**\n\n* Design, build and maintain efficient, reusable, and reliable React codeΒ \n* Ensure the best possible performance, quality, and responsiveness of the applications\n* Identify bottlenecks and bugs, and devise solutions to these problems\n* Work with 3rd party applications and vendors\n* Help maintain code quality, organization, and automation.\n* Work closely with QA, Product, Marketing, and Design team members to iteratively improve upon key aspects of our business\n\n**Skills:**\n\n* Good understanding of the syntax of ES6, Node, and React along with their nuances\n* Solid understanding of Styled Components\n* Familiarity with concepts of MVC, Mocking, ORM, and RESTful\n* Strong background in working with APIs both as the client and the service\n* Experience with popular front end web application frameworks\n* A knack for writing clean, readable code\n* Experience with both external and embedded databases (Postgres, Redis, etc)\n* Understanding of fundamental design principles behind a scalable application\n* Implementation of automated testing platforms and unit tests\n* Proficient understanding of code versioning tools (ex. Git, Mercurial or SVN)\n* Familiarity with continuous integration\n* Ability to thrive in a highly collaborative, remote team environment (we spend a lot of time on Google * Meet/Hangouts and Slack screen sharing)\n* Bonus points: Experience with GraphQL, NGINX, Heroku, and Algolia\n\nWe are a largely remote teamΒ that also leaves the door open at our beautiful space in the Seaport District, should you be looking for a change in workplace scenery.\n\nHard work and a love for your craft are paired with:\n\n* Competitive compensation\n* Excellent work-life balance\n* Strong mostly-remote engineering team with lots of experience and tenure at ATK\n* An open mind towards new and emerging technologies\n* A lot of free cookbooks\n* Not to mention, an impressive collection of custom slack emojis\n\n**Why America’s Test Kitchen:**\n\nWe're passionate about cooking, and about creating the best place to work. We're small enough for your ideas to make a big impact, and large enough to offer you opportunities to grow professionally at any stage of your career. We want you to take risks and make mistakes β€” that's how innovation happens in our test kitchen, in our offices, and in life.\n\nWe atΒ America’s Test KitchenΒ believe food media can be a powerful force for social change. We are passionate about building an inclusive workforce that represents many different cultures, backgrounds, abilities, identities, and perspectives.\nWe welcome your application. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$100,000 — $120,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ US-only

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Karshare is hiring a Remote Full Stack Developer

### Company Description\n\nKarshare is one of the UK's fastest growing car sharing communities. We connect renters with owners, creating a more sustainable, shared future where we can do more with less.\n\n### Job Description\nWe are looking for a full stack developer who is going to implement exciting new features. Your primary focus will be the development of all server-side logic, definition and maintenance of the central database, and ensuring high performance and responsiveness to requests from the front-end. \n\nThe role provides a fantastic opportunity to influence and shape the delivery and development of key processes within our AWS Serverless environments. You will be responsible for the development and maintenance of apps using various underlying technologies, including React, DynamoDB, Lambda functions, Typescript, Nodejs, Graphql with an event driven approach. \n\n### Responsibilities\n\n- Integration of user-facing elements developed by front-end developers with server side logic\n- Writing reusable, testable, and efficient code\n- Design and implementation of low-latency, high-availability, and performant applications\n- Implementation of security and data protection\n- Integration of data storage solutionsΒ e.g. Elastic Search, DynamoDB\n- Write clean and robust code following good development principles (SOLID, DRY,\nKISS, YAGNI)\n- Use TDD incl. unit, integration and end-to-end tests and be prepared to write tests for\nall feature delivery\n- Set up and maintain CI/CD flows\n- Be instrumental in architecture, standards and tooling decisions\n- Take part in researching, estimating and prioritizing features for roadmap\n\n### Skills And Qualifications\n\n- Knowledge of JavaScript (ES6)/Typescript and Javascript / Node\n- Thorough understanding of React and its core principles\n- Good knowledge of JS build tools\n- Solid understanding of security best practices\n- Understanding the nature of asynchronous programming and its quirks and workarounds\n- Hands on experience designing and building REST (or GraphQL) APIs as well as consuming them\n- Familiarity with API authentication and authorisation mechanisms\n- SQL and NoSQL databases experience\n- Cloud based infrastructures (AWS) including SNS, SQS, API Gateway, DynamoDB with automated serverless deployment\n- Implementing automated testing platforms and unit tests\n- Proficient understanding of code versioning tools, such as Git\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$40,000 — $80,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nπŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί EU-only

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At [Saga](, 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 we’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 doesn’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 we’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 there’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\n🌏 Worldwide

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We're looking for a Product Engineer to join our team.\n\nLimbic is on a mission to model human psychology. In doing so, we're solving the biggest problems in psychological therapy today. Combining artificial intelligence with beautiful digital product design, we're making it easier than ever for patients to provide their clinicians with high quality data.\n\nWe're growing quickly and we're backed by Europe's leading start-up accelerator, Entrepreneur First, and Google. We’ve also received investment from VC, Angels, the European Commission, and Innovate UK.\n\nIt’s challenging. We’re ambitious. And we’re supporting one another to achieve our best and make real impact in the world.\n\n-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------\n\nAt a high level, you'll be focussed on the following:\n\n- Maintaining our web interface for therapists\n- Implement engaging and smooth animations\n- Quickly build, test and ship new features \n- Build & integrate our GraphQL API endpoints\n\nBonus if you've got experience developing open source projects and have a strong foothold in an engineering community.\n\n-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------\n\nWe are looking for anyone who fits most of the following qualifications:\n\n- 2+ years of experience developing React applications.\n- Advanced level of Javascript (Node and TS experience is a bonus).\n- Can implement pixel perfect UI design\n- Has a strong sense of UX patterns\n\n-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------\n\nYou should apply if:\n\n- You're excited by the opportunity to build another sense into the computing device of the future \n- You believe that mental health is one of the most important challenges we're facing at the moment.\n- You want to join a company you can grow with.\n- You can move fast and get stuff done. \n- You want to make a name for yourself at the leading edge of AI.\n\n----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$40,000 — $100,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nCET +/- 2 Hours

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Remote work needs a different playbook. Base ( builds tools that help remote teams know each other better, and communicate more openly and asynchronously.\n\nWe're Matt and Jan. We're second time founders (previous companies acq by Dropbox) and makers and have recently closed our seed financing round from top US and EU investors. We're looking for engineers to join us as founding team members. \n\n### Your role\n\n- Building new features all the way from defining data models through to the fit and finish of UI components\n- Defining software development processes for the team we grows to ~15 people\n- Collaborating with founders and designers\n- Prototyping new features and ideas rapidly, and talking with users to learn what works and what doesn't\n- Enjoy getting hands dirty with whatever is needed to ship a product – you're a jack of all trades\n\n### Your background\n\n- Several years of experience building interactive applications\n- Proficiency in React, Typescript, GraphQL and Node\n- You've seen a product from first lines of code to launch before\n- You care deeply about the user experience, never shying away from the last mile to create something truly delightful\n- You like the idea of working remotely\n\n#Location\nUS & EU Timezones

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Uprise is a full-spectrum Mental Health tech start-up that builds both preventative & treatment solutions. Our system allows early detection of people who are at risk and then acts immediately to provide proven skills via smart-phone to kick-start recovery. We also link them with a phone coach who contacts them weekly until they are back on track. We are backed by 10 years of research and have over 13 published research studies showing that we can help a majority of our users return to good mental health using a low-cost web-based early intervention process that requires only 25 minutes per week for the user.\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n **Here's what you'll do:**\n\n- Build out product features in JavaScript using React.js, in a flux architecture with redux.\n- Contribute to the GraphQL API that powers our app.\n- Frequently commit code to github, peer review code, and merge code into Staging and Production environments.\n- Contribute to our Design system by developing functional react components.\n- Create beautiful frontend UIs using styled components\n- Learn the ins and outs of startup culture and weekly sprint lifecycles using Agile methodologies\n- Suggest new technologies that can improve the Uprise development workflow.\n\n**Heres what we can offer:**\n- Opportunity to work remotely\n- A modern day work flow\n- Single push deployments\n- A great, vibrant, positive team\n- Flexible hours\n- Opportunity to work on a product that helps others\n \n\n# Requirements\n- Passionate about coding, and constantly improving their skill set.\n- Excellent communication skills\n- An adaptable and quick learner with a growth mentality who thrives in ambiguity\n- Experience with vanilla JS, react.js, redux, node.js, graphQL.\n- Familiarity or some sort of interest in the following: node.js, github, microservices, web app security.\n- Able to work on a time schedule which overlaps with with AEST (GMT +10:00) for a couple of hours \n\n#Salary and compensation\nAUD 15,000 - AUD 20,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide

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This role would function as the team lead for the services team which will include directly leading engineers dedicated to improving the product suites for the clients. The customers are highly technical so it will require high end technical acumen and skills. This person will be working closely with Product Management to scope and estimate new features and additions to the platform, partnering with technical architects and Product to define solutions. You would also work closely with the Agile team day to day, so you should be able to help contribute as both a player and a coach in classic lead fashion. This is all SaaS and is a well known product written in a mix of TypeScript/JavaScript so it requires expert level JavaScript skills. \n\n# Responsibilities\n You will be working closely with the Product team and helping contribute to the overall team output, completing technical tasks as necessary to unblock team members as well as creating technical design artifacts to help define and scope product solutions. You will be helping lead an Agile team, including daily-stand ups, estimation, backlog grooming, sprint retrospectives. \n\n# Requirements\n* 1+ years experience directly managing a technical team\n* 6+ years of overall development experience\n* Ability to lead in application architecture, particularly in Node.js based applications\n* Ability to develop other individual's skills and professional careers\n* Knowing when to unblock any technical hurdles by writing code, and when to lead through pairing and teaching others\n* Strong familiarity with most/all of our toolset (React, GraphQL, TypeScript, Node, Express, PostgreSQL, Redis, Sass, AWS, CircleCI)\n* A desire to succeed personally through the success of the team\n* Can supervise work priorities and direction \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$150,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nUnited States

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We are a small (4 people only) company distributed across North America and Europe, with an office in Toronto, Ontario. We're looking for someone to help build and support new features as we scale out the product and company.\n\n*If you’d like to work remotely, please note that we’re only able to consider applicants based in Canada, the US, UK or Europe at this time.*\n\n## About Jupiter\nJupiter creates operations/logistics (CRM/Scheduling/etc) software for service-based professionals with a current focus on the beauty and personal care verticals. We believe by making affordable software to help people run their businesses they can focus on their customers and strengthen the communities around them. People first, tech second.\n\n# Responsibilities\n You will be primarily working with React, React Native, Node.js, and GraphQL. This role is largely technical however you will be working with the rest of the team to ensure our clients receive the very best customer experience. This occasionally means working on the product roadmap or internal/external documentation. (It's a start-up!)\n\nWe're looking for someone who is **particularly interested in designing and creating systems** within the constraints of a start-up.\n\nDay-to-day you will be:\n* Designing and implementing new features\n* Estimating effort and timelines and working to define/refine product roadmap\n* Building internal tooling\n* Maintaining current codebase\n* Writing effective code which is stable, secure, scalable, and efficient\n* Taking part in mentorship activities \n\n# Requirements\n* Experience building cross-browser compatible web apps with focus on strong UI\n* Production environment coding expeirence\n* Knowledge of best practices & patterns for large scale web applications\n* Strong communication and execution skills\n\nInterest in the beauty and personal care industries is preferred.

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We’re Sandbox VR, and we’re the most advanced virtual reality experience in the world. Inside our rooms, we take you on thrilling adventures and transform you into new characters. Our experience is like the movies, except you’re actually with your friends inside the movie.\n\nWe're backed by Andreessen Horowitz and recently announced our Series A of $67m.\n\nSince we launched in Hong Kong in 2017, we’re now live in 6 locations and 5 countries around the world (we’re the #1 Activity in Hong Kong and Singapore on TripAdvisor), and we’re quickly expanding.\n\n# Responsibilities\n As an early engineer at Sandbox VR, you'll have a huge impact on our product. This is a full-stack Javascript position, so you'll be working closely with the rest of our team building our core online software experience and touching all aspects of our code and stack including web infrastructure, APIs, and frontend tech.\n\nThis team has the challenge to tie together the online and offline experience across web, device, virtual reality, and physical retail through a novel digital experience. You will help us build this software and stack from the ground up and help define our engineering culture. You will be a significant code contributor.\n \n\n# Requirements\nWho are we looking for?\n\nYou consider yourself a Javascript engineer over anything else. Your passion is keeping up with the ever-changing JS landscape and hacking with the newest JS tools.\n\nExperience with our stack: React, GraphQL w/Apollo, TypeScript, NodeJS, Postgres, Redis, Kubernetes, Google Cloud Platform\n\nWe value ownership highlyβ€”the ability to take an idea through all the stages from conception to shipping a product. This reflects throughout our company but is especially true in engineering.\n\nYou love building new things with modern tools. You can hack together ideas without compromising stability, security, code integrity or the user experience. You know what it takes to ship software and understand a path from MVP to scaling a product and codebase. You understand how to design systems in a distributed manner. We build and release frequently and look for those who share that passion.\n\nYou will also help architect our internal systems and processes including analytics, release engineering, monitoring, data management, and other components of small team software development.\n\nSandbox VR is a distributed team - reliable internet access is our only requirement. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$100,000 - $140,000/year\n

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We are looking for a senior software engineer, but we’re interested in people of all ability levels. The ideal candidate would take ownership of major aspects of our product as we are just starting implementation. \n\nWe have remote and local (London) job opportunities for all levels and specialties, please check out our openings at\n

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