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\nWe are a small, established, and profitable technology company providing online exam software to customers in over 25 countries. We are looking for a senior developer to join our team. You can work remote as long as you overlap with the U.S. Eastern Time zone.\n\nThis is a great job for someone who loves technology and wants to work on a cool project without big company bureaucracy. You won’t be pigeon­holed into doing the same thing every day. In fact, the ability to wear multiple hats is essential. Here are some of the roles you’ll play on the team:\n\nHands­ on Programmer. We are looking for a senior developer who can write code. Most of it will be Python, JavaScript or SQL. You may have to set up an Ubuntu server, modify nginx settings, write a Python module for a new feature or script a Web­-based API to integrate with another application.\n\nR&D engineer. As our product evolves and our company grows you will assist us in evaluating new technologies, designing product architecture, and thinking through Internet security issues.\n\nDesign Opinionator. While we won’t ask you to fire up Photoshop, you can certainly help us find JavaScript widgets or CSS tricks that make the site drive better and more fun to use. We don’t stuff programmers into code hell; feedback on all aspects of product development is expected and encouraged.

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