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Job title: Senior Frontend (Typescript, React/React Native) developer\nType: Remote, permanent, full-time position \n\nDo you have a soft spot for profitable companies with a meaningful, globally used and loved product? Would you like to work within a compact, super-capable team in a refreshing work environment? Would you like to work on an application that is changing the way we learn and communicate? Drops could be the place for you.\n\nAbout us:\nOur goal at Drops is to ensure effective language learning through a delightful, seamless, gamified experience. We strive to be the #1 app for vocabulary learning. Our app has been live on the App Store for 4 years, covering 42 languages, serving over 27 million users across the globe and has been featured on both the App Store (App of the Day) and Play Store (App of the Year in 2018). Drops has also been featured by TechCrunch, FastCo, Forbes, CNN, Bloomberg, VentureBeat and many, many more. In short, we’re a tiny but very powerful team spread (mostly) across Europe, achieving great things the remote way! In December 2020, Drops was acquired by Kahoot!, the world’s leading game-based learning platform\n\nCheck us out here:\n\nAbout you:\nYou’re a no-nonsense person, comfortable taking on a variety of projects who has been working within product companies and has extensive front-end development experience.\n\nYou’ve spent years working with React and have experience in React Native with a deep understanding of the internal workings be it working within the browser or a mobile client. You enjoy the challenge of growing a product from an (already) large user base to a larger one with tens of millions of MAU with all the complexities it comes with.\n\nYou are an advocate for static typing and prefer to use a minimal set of simple tools over a diverse range of complex ones.\n\nYou believe variety is the spice of life - In this role, you’ll be developing a complex app deployable to web and app stores, a static site generator, building internal automation infrastructure/tooling and contributing to our internal CMS. You could also be working on our fully serverless architecture on the backend if you feel comfortable doing so.\n\nDrops is a deliberately small, but super effective team. You’re naturally drawn to the fate of the products & driven to grow as an engineer rather than to manage people.\n\nThe role:\nYou’ll be a core part of the development team, working on both our main (Drops) and auxiliary products (Droplets, Visual Dictionary, Internal CMS tooling). Drops values clear, honest communication and transparency. It’s the linchpin of our culture, success and freedom. You’ll be involved in both high and low level decision making and are available during European working hours (10AM - 6PM CET). Remember, we’re looking for a missionary here rather than a mercenary. \n\nYou will:\nWork cross functionally with our lead designer / data analyst / engineers / project owner to define, scope, estimate and plan various aspects of the product.\nWork independently (and with other engineers!) to develop new web experiences\nSupport of production applications / sites that you’ve built or helped to build\nCommunicate effectively and often to ensure that everyone is aligned\n\nWhat’d be different here:\nWe’re a small team. We’re optimising for impact, not for headcount. You’ll be carefully considering any tradeoff that would lead to increased complexity\nWe’re using a single programming language - TypeScript. We have strict linter rules Every pull request needs to be approved before it lands in master. We use the rebase workflow and we release a few times a week\nWe’re using React + Redux to develop UI, on both mobile and the web. We use selectors extensively. Our backend is on AWS, deployed multi-region to Lambda and using RDS for our DB\nWe are BIG on AB testing. We focus on releasing high impact projects and minimise noise\nWe’re doing things in a functional way, concentrating state, minimising side effects and making dependencies explicit. We’re sharing 98%+ of the code between Android, iOS and Web\nWe automate where it has positive ROI\nOur biggest challenge is (and will remain) managing the complexity of sharing a lot of code between different apps\n\nYou have:\nAt least 5 years of experience in software (product) development\nAt least 2 years of experience in building apps with React or React Native with state management tools (redux, flux, etc)\nExperience architecting and developing complex web or mobile apps and static sites\nSome experience in understanding basic user funnels, and collaborating with support to resolve user-facing issues\nProject management experience (everyone manages projects at Drops)\nStrong verbal and written communication skills \nThe ability to work well cross-functionally\nExperienced in strongly typed languages\n\nBenefits:\n🌍 All the perks of remote working\nπŸ‘₯ An awesomely compact 20 person team\n🧠 Yearly educational allowance\nπŸ’ͺ Fitness allowance\nπŸ’» High-end Apple hardware and ergonomic accessories\nπŸ– 36 days of holiday per year\n✈️ Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world (Amsterdam, Iceland, Lisbon and Budapest were previous locations)\n\n\n\n#Location\nWorldwide (CET Working Hours)

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