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Drops


backend

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2yr
\nIf you have a soft spot for bootstrapped, small, profitable companies with a meaningful product, and you feel comfortable writing Javascript (or better.. Typescript!) with the Serverless framework, youll like this.\nDrops goal is to turn language learning into a delightful game while ensuring effective learning. Sounds fun? Our users say it is indeed! Our app is in the Appstore for 3 years, teaches 30 languages, was featured by both the App Store and Play Store multiple times - Editors' Choice on the Play Store - and the company is still run by the founders. We are a small, super-capable remote team mainly spread across Europe. We communicate via Slack, Git and Trello and run iterative development cycles, and have a release two times a week. We want to be the no.1 app for vocabulary learning and we are getting there quickly with our current user base of 4 million, a monthly active of >600,000 and an average store rating of 4.7. \nYou can find us here: http://drops.app.link/\nYou, as a backend developer will help Drops become a service, a more connected experience for our users. Well store more and more data that the user only has on their device in Aurora, connect it with multiple 3rd party services, allow them to subscribe on the web, and allow them to build a small community around learning languages.\nWere 3 front-end developers strong (frontend is in Typescript as well), who dont get discouraged if we need to change something in the backend, but were looking for someone to take ownership of the codebase and our AWS infra.\nYou have relevant experience and are comfortable taking charge of the whole backend infrastructure we have on AWS & make decisions on structuring code and data. \nThis is a full-time and long-term position. You will be dedicated to this role only, hopefully in the years to come.\nWe value clear and honest communication and transparency, its the linchpin of our culture and current success and freedom.\nYou will be involved in both high and low level decision making and need to be available during European working hours (9AM - 6PM GMT)\n\nBenefits\n\nWe offer:\n * An awesomely compact 11 person team\n * Yearly educational allowance\n * All the perks of remote working\n * 30 days of holiday per year (including Christmas and other holidays)\n * Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world\n * Stock options from a high-growth, profitable company\n \n

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