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\nLead the full stack design and dev of our SasS web, iOS and Android tool for the fashion industry.\n\nPlatform and frameworks are up in the air but could include node.js (for UI greatness). You will be able to influence this and create the architecture going forward. You must be able to dive-in hands-on across all the development as well as manage a remote team or two. Agile, UI teams, CMS, HTML5, CSS3, bootstrap, underscore, basecamp, PHP, Ruby, JS, LESS, SASS, SQL, Grails, Groovy, AWS,JSON, REST, Java, Jira, github… We expect you have done and seen most of it before, and are ready to lead the whole thing yourself.\n\nYou have hopefully worked in a startup or two as we are looking for a partner to fit in and help create the company. We are offering a good slice of equity to be in at the beginning of this exciting technical journey.\n\nWe believe in creating the best working environment, so learning and using new technologies and tools is definitely encouraged. If it gets the job done better, you decide if it fits in the stack.\n\nWe are offering up to 10% stake in the company, DoE, and commitment level. We want to bring on board the right person, so remuneration is up for discussion. \n\nMuch more details available when we connect up.


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