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\nSupreme Golf is looking for a backend developer to work on our golf tee time aggregation service. Working with design/development leads, you will be involved in all aspects of development, including planning, execution and testing. You are someone who solves problems creatively, learns quickly and doesn't mind getting outside of your comfort zone.\n\n\n\nWe are looking for someone comfortable working the full stack, but understand that it's impractical to be an expert in everything. If you like to dabble in the graphic design space or are have experience on the frontend, that works for us as we overlap in responsibilities. We are not looking for people that dream about the Redis protocol or CSS3 transformations. However, if you dream about golf, that's okay, so do we. We are not looking for ninjas, Jedi, or rockstars. We are looking for people passionate about work — at work.\n\n\n\nWe are looking for someone that has experience in the following technologies and tools: Amazon S3, Ansible, Debian, Git, GitHub, HAML, Honeybadger, Linode, jQuery, Mandrill, Middleman, NGiNX, Passenger, PostgreSQL, ReactJS, RSpec, Rails 4.2, Redis, Ruby 2, SASS, Sidekiq, Twilio. We are looking for someone who can build for IE9+ and the latest versions of Safari, Chrome and Firefox.\n\nSupreme Golf is a small remote team with a fairly flat organizational structure. Some of us are in Dallas, Texas (Corporate Offices), some in Washington State, some on the East Coast. Our preference would be to hire someone located in or around Dallas, TX but we will accept applicants from anywhere in the United States.
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