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ROI Developers


Mid Senior Full Stack Developer

Mid Senior Full Stack Developer


ROI Developers


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\nWhy you should work for ROI Developers\n\nFrequent Rotation Across Projects - If you find yourself thinking "I wish I could switch projects every 3-6 months" or "I enjoy learning new APIs", you're the right type of personality for our team.\n\nThe company specializes in custom software development. Essentially, we are a plug and play solution for mid-size businesses that require a talented team of developers. Any business in the world can benefit from software, which ensures your exposure to a wide range of industries and requirements as new projects come in. The common thread in all that variety is that our projects relate to MVC frameworks.\n\nYour income\n\nThis is a full time position paid on an hourly basis ($25 per hour for 7+ years of experience, $20 per hour for less). Said in another way, you have more control over your income.\n\nEarning money based on hourly pay means that you earn money in the exact same way that the company does: billing for time. Paying a salary would put competing incentives between the developer and the company. Instead, we tie your incentives directly in line with the company. So long as you work within our 25-35 hours per week guidelines, your income is 100% tied to how much you work.\n\nDo you do an amazing job meeting customer expectations with a minimal number of bugs? That's called job security. Customers always have their favorite developers. Make a name for yourself with quality work.\n\nROI Developers also believes that connecting income to time worked maximizes team quality. The kind of people that want to collect a salary and drag the team down are not attracted to the company. That means you will work with talented colleagues that are motivated to make you, the code and the entire team better.\n\nQuality of Life - Your work week totals 25-35 hours with 30 being the ideal amount. You can work at any time of day so long as your work hours are consistent and evenly spaced across 4-6 days per week. One of our teammates works from 11 pm - 5 am in his local time zone because that's when he wants to work. The company cares more about you working when you're at your peak mental state rather than the time of day when you work.\n\nMeetings are strictly limited to when they are necessary. Because your income is based on your time worked (which includes meetings), the company is incentivized to value and protect your work time.\n\nAn Engineer's Environment - Test driven development comes first. We do not build features until existing code passes all tests. You are assigned tasks within the repository, at which point you are expected to own the problem and fix it. Because we operate in a "no micromanaging" environment, we need a teammate that sincerely cares about the impact his/her engineering decisions will have across the project.\n\nVersion control is paramount. Commits to a project are not meant to be a fancy save button. Commits tell the team, "I have tested this feature and it's production ready."\n\nThe team practices either daily or continuous releases, depending on the project. \n\nNobody wants to get yanked out of bed to fix fires (we are not IT people on call!). Steady commits keep us looking sharp and polished to clients and keep emergencies to a minimum. We don't merge major changes or features from development branches on Fridays, for example. It's better for us and it's better for our customers.\n\nSmall Teams - The size of the company is 5 total, which we expect to number 7-8 by April. Your work is meaningful and appreciated. And because of the small team size, you have the ability to significantly influence the solutions within a project.\n\nTechnologies\n\nDjango 3.x and related apps:\n\n\n* Django REST Framework\n\n* Celery, RabbitMQ\n\n\n\n\nHTML5\n\nJavascript:\n\n\n* VUE and Vuex\n\n* Bootstrap\n\n\n\n\nDocker, Git, Cordova\n\nPostgreSQL\n\nMust haves\n\nYou must have 2+ years of direct experience with Django. Django is our MVC of choice and the technology that all developers in the organization share in common. In order to be considered for our senior level pay rate of $30/hr, you need to make your case for why you deserve to be a senior level developer.\n\nMost Django developers also work in the frontend using Javascript and HTML5. Given the choice between an expert in Django and an expert in Javascript, we would choose Django. That said, our teammates need to come on board with a strong foundation in Javascript.\n\nExperience using Git for version control.\n\nNice to haves\n\nwebpack, Docker, expertise across multiple Javascript libraries, years of experience working with multiple types of databases (especially PostgreSQL). Laravel and PHP are nice to make keep the team as a wide-ranging MVC shop, but not at all necessary.\n\nDay to Day\n\nWe intentionally avoid chatter apps like Slack or Skype. Most questions do not require an immediate reply, making threads within the repository's issue tracker our preferred method of communication. The biggest challenge for any developer is to minimize interruptions to help you spend most of your workday in the zone (ie, deep work). Keeping chatter restricted to the issue tracking system keeps conversations organized and minimizes distractions. Genuine emergencies are handled over phone calls or WhatsApp.\n\nAbout 80%+ of your time is spent architecting or writing code. The remaining time is spent on team communication - reviewing proposed solutions from teammates, clarification on requirements, etc.\n\nThe types of projects and problems you encounter are everything related to MVC frameworks. Identify business problems, abstract them into models and serve the content through a browser or mobile app.


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