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\nLove With Food is a product sampling platform that builds online and offline brand awareness and collects product intelligence data for consumer food brands. We’re looking to bring a talented and creative developer who enjoys solving interesting and challenging problems.\n\nAs a Web UI Engineer, you’ll be responsible for developing, maintaining, and optimizing our web front-end code and architecture. You will be primarily developing reusable components as part of our style guide. You will also be in charge of delivering a great user experience for our customers.\n\nWe don’t expect you to know everything coming in, but we’ll work on growing and developing our skills together.\n\nWe believe in hiring smart people and getting out of their way. We have a relaxed and fun office in San Francisco Bay Area with great weather all year round.\n\nWe work from home twice a week. Lunch is provided every Wednesday. We provide you with subscription to Pluralsight plus we’ll get you any books you want to read to grow your skill.\n\nWhat You’ll Do\n\n\n* Take part in developing a user-friendly, responsive, and high-performance Ruby on Rails e-commerce site.\n\n* Develop a maintainable style guide.\n\n* Improve the overall user experience of the site.\n\n* Participate in code reviews.\n\n\n

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