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\nYumpingo is a food intelligence business that provides deep insights to restaurants based on real-time reviews from diners, collected through our devices at the end of the meal. We already have a fleet of devices being used by consumers right now in some of the most well known branded restaurants in London, including Jamie’s Italian and Wahaca. Yumpingo is based in central London within a sociable, friendly and dynamic working environment. \n\nAbout you\n\nYour challenge is to develop the platform to support a fast growing business. Your role will be to join a team of five developers to enable Yumpingo to support thousands of restaurants by the end of next year, internationally. That means developing systems that scale and broadening the product set to fulfil a diverse range of customer needs with a range of new API integrations and self service tools.\n\nYou will be working on both server and client sides. Your APIs will collect and process data from diners and third-parties to generate insights for restaurants. On the front end you'll be building browser and native apps that help restaurants develop their menus, manage their operations and engage with their guests.\n\nYou’ll be working across our full product set and throughout the product lifecycle - from ideation, to new features, testing, deployment and bug fixes.\n\nYou’ll be part of a growing team and will be able to make the difference. You will have the chance to learn new technologies, so you should have the willingness to learn new skills and extend your knowledge further.\n\nWe’re looking for someone technically astute that’s able to communicate with other team members and execs in the business. The opportunity is to shape and build a product used by millions of diners around the world, and help restaurants serve more food people love.\n\nSkills and requirements\n\nYou must have at least 3-5 years experience with Node.js, MongoDB, MySQL, Angular (we use Angular 4+, not Angular.js) and Github. We use a lot of Typescript and you’ll get some exposure to native Android development.\n\nWe need to know that you can build back end solutions that will scale, that you’re thorough with your testing, and that you can style front end as well as write logic for components.\n\nIf you’ve worked with AWS products it would be a bonus, but it’s not a deal breaker.\n\nSkills list:\n\n\n* Angular\n\n* HTML, CSS3, SASS\n\n* Node.js\n\n* MongoDB\n\n* MySQL\n\n* Typescript\n\n\n\n\nGeography\n\nYou already must hold an EU passport or visa, and be located inside the EU.\n\nBenefits\n\n\n* Competitive salary\n\n* Remote working\n\n* Generous annual leave\n\n* Options\n\n\n\n\nThe recruitment process\n\nAfter you submit your CV, we’ll send you a few short screening questions by email. The next step is an initial video interview. The final stage is to come and meet the team in the office.\n\nApply\n\nYou can apply via Stack Overflow or by email to [email protected] With your application, please include:\n\n\n* your CV\n\n* your GitHub handle\n\n* some links to products you’ve worked on in the past\n\n* a few words about why you'd like to work with us\n\n\n\n\nIf you have any questions at all, just send us an email and we’ll happily have a chat with you.\n\nWe don’t work with 3rd party recruiters so please don’t get in touch if that’s you.

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