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Niphtio


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Full Stack Software Developer


Niphtio


full stack

 

dev

 

digital nomad

 

full stack

 

dev

 
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\nDo you care equally about code quality and about creating a product users will love?\n\nAt Niphtio, we're looking for software developers to join us in building the next-generation of content aggregation, curation and discovery tools.\n\nWe are an early-stage, self-funded start-up, founded by one of the creators of Google Reader, and we are a 100% remote team. (USA and Canada only -- we are not able to sponsor or transfer visas for this position.)\n\nYou will be one of our first hires, and will be working closely with our founder/CEO. You'll have plenty of autonomy and real opportunities to grow and build your skills here.\n\nTechnologies we're currently using include:\n\n\n* Kotlin\n\n* PostreSQL\n\n* Typescript\n\n* GraphQL\n\n* Next.js\n\n* React\n\n* Amazon Web Services (including EC2, DynamoDB, SQS, and RDS)\n\n* Terraform\n\n* Kubernetes\n\n* Helm\n\n\n\n\nThat said, we care more about your ability to learn new things and your passion for excellence in our craft than preexisting knowledge in any specific technology. As part of this job you'll wear many different hats, including developing for back end, front end, mobile and operations. You will have a direct influence on setting the direction of our products as well as shaping our company culture from the ground up.\n\nWe value diversity and inclusion in everything we do, and we want to do it right from the beginning.


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