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\nWe just launched a new product (http://odesi.mixedinkey.com) and got 300 feature requests. We want your help to develop this product further\n\nGet to know us:\n\n1. Our team is global, and everyone works remotely\n\nOur team lives all over the United States, United Kingdom, Netherlands and Finland. We have 12 permanent team members, and another 12 people who help out with smaller tasks\n\n2. We hire great developers\n\nThere are four things that make Mixed In Key interesting to work for:\n\n\n* The company was started by a .NET developer, so he can read your code and help you solve problems\n\n* We never outsourced our software development to other companies, so we own and maintain 100% of our source code. We know the code inside-out, so we can always help you\n\n* We've written 16+ codebases with just 2-3 developers on each one. We work in small teams (1-3 developers, 1 QA, 1 designer on each task)\n\n* You will have a healthy live-work balance. There are guys who joined our team in 2006 and have created numerous new products because the team is strong and the work is always interesting\n\n\n\n\n3. Our goal is to teach people how to compose great music\n\nAbout a month ago, we launched our new product called Odesi. Magazine press and our fans loved it, so we have a wish list of 300 feature requests and ideas on what to build next. That is why we're hiring -- we have a lot of interesting work\n\nHere's the YouTube video showing what we created using Canvas, TypeScript, AngularJS and the general .NET stack:\n\nhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zh6icr_WZI
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