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\nSpiderOak is looking for an energetic and enthusiastic mid-to-senior level Python / PyQt developer to join the engineering team. SpiderOak ONE is the original and leading Zero Knowledge cloud backup and file sync tool. You will be working with the ONE product team to drive new features and advance the UX of the product. You'll also be working with our business-side product team to turn customer asks and user stories into fully-fledged features within the product. Our goal is not to present just the best UI for privacy-centric products, but the best UI, period. We take the security and privacy of our customer's data very seriously, so some understanding of the seriousness of our goals is important- if you believe mining user data is the key to monetization, or security is a secondary concern, we will not be a good fit.\n\nYou'll have a lot of latitude in crafting the right solutions to problems you've been given to solve. We're a global team with an all-remote Engineering workforce, and we make heavy use of our tools to keep flowing and working with each other- using git, videoconferences, issue tracking, wiki, and Semaphor to communicate and understand what each other is up to. We enjoy working with remote team members who are remote because they happen to like where they live, not because they're working remote to avoid human interaction.

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