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Octopus Hydrogen



United Kingdom
 
๐Ÿ’ฐ $90k - $110k

dev

 

iot

 

energy

 
๐Ÿ”Ž745 opens

Octopus Hydrogen is hiring a Remote Senior Software Engineer

At Octopus Hydrogen we're creating a distributed hydrogen generation and supply network. Our plan is to supply 100% green hydrogen to operators of vehicles where batteries and electrification aren't viable options, such as HGVs, planes, and buses. This isnโ€™t limited to a UK opportunity, this is a global challenge that needs to be solved.\nWeโ€™re developing innovative technology to monitor, plan and optimise the end-to-end hydrogen supply chain to minimise the costs of green hydrogen and provide industry leading customer service. Developing this technology is an ambitious project, so weโ€™re looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and motivated software engineer who is interested in getting involved with a wide range of technologies, from deploying IIoT devices all the way through to data visualisations.\n\n#### As a Senior Software Engineer, you will:\n* Be proactive in researching and identifying solutions to novel problems.\n* Design and implement business-critical systems that are well tested, highly secure, scalable, and reliable.\n* Work with equipment suppliers to establish strategies for systems integration.\n* Own the delivery of features across the entire technology stack.\n* Take ownership of the systems youโ€™re involved in creating by responding to incidents, diagnosing issues, and implementing fixes as soon as possible.\n* Be involved in building a team and charting a technical direction.Mentor and develop the skills of others around you, creating opportunities for progression.\n\n#### You may be a fit if you:\n* Have a strong technical background with experience in software engineering and systems architecture.\n* Enjoy sharing knowledge and working with others as part of a cross-functional team.\n* Are intellectually curious, and a great problem solver.\n* Have successfully delivered full-stack JavaScript projects, utilising the Node.js runtime and React to develop user interfaces.\n* Are a technologist who can turn their hand to new languages and software solutions.\n* Have developedย cloud-based data processing pipelines, ideally using AWS.\n* Avoid over-engineering solutions and look to implement the simplest solution that meets the requirements.\n* Are comfortable creating CI/CDย pipelines and debugging issues when your deployments fail.\n* Have implemented infrastructure-as-code to safely manage your infrastructure and to help you recover from disasters quickly.\n* Are honest and own your mistakes.\n\nDon't worry if you don't meet all of the criteria we've listed here. We'd still like to hear from you!\n\n#### What weโ€™re offering:\n* A competitive salary of between 65 and 80K depending on experience.\n* Share options in the business.\n* The chance to learn and work with cutting-edge technologies.\n* Remote working from within the UK. You will need to be able to visit our Bristol office every now and then.\n* Flexible working hours.\n* The opportunity to help decarbonise transport.\n* SmartPension Scheme - employer 5% employee 3% and you can contribute more. \n\nBe sure to mention the words **OBSERVE EXCLUDE SHY** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$90,000 — $110,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nUnited Kingdom


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Toptal

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verified
๐ŸŒ Worldwide
 
๐Ÿ’ฐ $50k - $300k

backend

 

developer

 

ror

๐Ÿ”Ž2,388 opens
โœ… 641 applications (27%)

Toptal is hiring a Remote Senior Back End Developer

***Design your full-time freelance career as a top freelance developer with Toptal.***\n\nFreelance work is defining developer careers in exciting new ways. If youโ€™re passionate about finding rapid career growth potential working with leading Fortune 500 brands and innovative Silicon Valley startups, Toptal could be a great fit for your next career shift. \n\nToptal is an elite talent network made up of the worldโ€™s top 3% of developers, connecting the best and brightest freelancers with top organizations. Unlike a 9-to-5 job, youโ€™ll choose your own schedule and work from anywhere. **Jobs come to you, so you wonโ€™t bid for projects against other developers in a race to the bottom.** Plus, Toptal takes care of all the overhead, empowering you to focus on successful engagements while getting paid on time, at the rate you decide, every time. Our sophisticated screening process makes sure you are provided with top clients without additional overhead, as well as assistance in maximizing the potential of your full-time freelance career. Joining the Toptal network also gives you access to technical training programs, mentors, and coaching programs, so you can connect with a global community of experts like you to share peer-to-peer knowledge and expand your network globally. \n\nAs a freelance developer, you can become a part of an ever-expanding community of experts in over 120 countries, working remotely on projects that meet your career ambitions. \n\nThatโ€™s why the worldโ€™s top 3% of developers choose Toptal. Developers in our elite network share:\n* English language proficiency\n* 3+ years of professional experience in Back-End Development\n* Solid experience in Ruby on Rails or/and Node.js is a strong advantage\n* Project management skills\n* A keen attention to detail\n* Experience with system architecture or leading a software team is a strong advantage\n* Full-time availability is a strong advantage\n\nCurious to know how much you could make? Check out our developer rate calculator: [https://topt.al/6WcNmg](https://topt.al/6WcNmg)\n\nIf youโ€™re interested in pursuing an engaging career working on full-time freelance jobs for exclusive clients, take the next step by clicking apply and filling out the short form: [https://topt.al/Jqc3VP](https://topt.al/Jqc3VP) \n\nBe sure to mention the words **PULP WEALTH GODDESS** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$50,000 — $300,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide


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Deedmob

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verified
๐ŸŒ Worldwide
 
๐Ÿ’ฐ $60k - $100k

4 day work week

 

impact startup

 

react

 

typescript

๐Ÿ”Ž2,146 opens
โœ… 493 applications (23%)

Deedmob is hiring a Remote Senior Full Stack Typescript Engineer

Hello there ๐Ÿ‘‹\n\nThanks for being interested in Deedmob!\n\nI'm David, one of the founders of Deedmob & CTO and who will be reviewing your application if you choose to apply ๐Ÿ™‚ . Let's get it straight out of the way: you would be Engineer #3 in a team of 6. Below you'll find detailed sections on what we think you should know about us before deciding to join us. Feel to skip to sections which interest you!\n\n>>>>>> ๐Ÿงณ The story of Deedmob so far\n\nMy cofounder Boudewijn and I started Deedmob 4 years ago in Amsterdam to help connect young people with purpose in their careers, and help solve large social problems in the process. We set out to build a platform that would help charities engage our generation with flexible, impactful and enjoyable volunteering opportunities. \n\nWe've taken lots of twists and turns along the way, we've learned a bunch and helped thousands of organizations spur volunteers into action. We have a small and effective team and believe in working smarter, not harder. We've discovered it's incredible how much a small team of focused and capable individuals can accomplish through effective teamwork and communication. We don't have many meetings, and most of our work happens asynchronously (written) on Asana. Everyone is included and can see every discussion or decision they want to contribute to. \n\nSometimes working at startups can be stressful and you can be expected to work unpaid overtime or on the weekends. That is not the case here at deedmob. You have the choice to work 4 days a week and work rarely extends beyond working hours.\n\nDuring the coronavirus crisis we shifted our work onto creating coronahelpers, a multi country volunteering initiative which helped thousands of at risk or ill people receive critical goods such as medicine and groceries. Our work resulted in mentions of deedmob and coronahelpers in dutch parliament, a conversation with the dutch prime minister Mark Rutte and the dutch queen Maxima. We were also honoured this year on Forbes' 30 under 30 social entrepreneurs list alongside Greta Thunberg.\n\nWe are growing steadily and in the past we have raised money from venture capital investors. We are now focused on growing a stable, impactful and profitable social enterprise without additional external investment.\n\n>>>>>> ๐Ÿค The product\n\nWe have a stable customer base of large companies like TomTom, Red Bull and H&M which use our software for corporate volunteering. The same product is also used by charities and local governments to engage people to volunteer. Our business model is SaaS (Software as a service) which means we charge customers per month to use our hosted solution. Our customers include Sanquin, the national dutch blood bank, large companies and local governments like Utrecht. Charities can use our platform to find volunteers for free, which is what you can see at deedmob.com. \n\nOur paid product allows organizations to create their own website with an inbuilt CRM, analytics and administrative data views into the platform. You can learn more about it at deedmobtools.com. Our product is one product with options to configure theme, pages and other settings per customer. \n\nWe try to be pragmatic about product management and we've learned our fair share. We were once a feature factory (See [https://cutle.fish/blog/12-signs-youre-working-in-a-feature-factory](https://cutle.fish/blog/12-signs-youre-working-in-a-feature-factory)) but have learned our lesson since. We have a set of standard components we use to make interfaces and don't use a product designer for interface work, instead relying on our premade systems and the strengths of interface intuition of our team. A great resource for developing this skill is Refactoring UI ([https://refactoringui.com/](https://refactoringui.com/)). This lets us get stuff done faster and with fewer people who need to understand the problem and solution. This comes with tradeoffs, and sometimes we do spend a longer time thinking about a particular problem from a product design perspective. \n\n>>>>>> ๐Ÿ’ป What kind of technical work do we have upcoming?\n\n- 30% Making small adjustments to features or interface to make our product clearer or solve the customer's problems better, based on their feedback. Often it's little product changes that can add lots of value to customers. This often involves learning more about the customer's problem and clarifying their feedback with the product manager in order to come up with the best and simplest solution.\n- 20% Working on a new larger feature based on a customer problem we see across customers that is the biggest pain point. An example of such work on our roadmap is a file manager for the different files uploaded by an organisation in our tool.\n- 20% Fixing bugs. We have automated integration tests but sometimes there are visual issues or uncovered parts of the codebase where something goes wrong. We don't support IE or most annoying older browsers that would otherwise cause time consuming bugs.\n- 20% Adding a feature required for the launch of a new customer. This is almost always something that will also be useful for our existing customer base, but would have been a dealbreaker for this customer.\n- 10% DevOps/Deployments/Tech debt elimination\n\n>>>>>> ๐Ÿš€ About the role starts here\n\n**We think an ideal candidate would**\n\n- have the ability to ship solid code in React and Node (and Typescript, but you can learn that on the job)\n- understand how web apps work and have a basic understanding of deployments, browsers, servers etc.\n- acknowledge the challenges working in teams and believe that empathetic and effective communication is important\n- have an attitude of humbleness towards technology and the risks of creating problems from trying to solve problems too early (such as scaling, performance)\n- have a preference towards the simplest solution rather than the most technically interesting or most theoretically correct one\n- have pragmatism in being able to make decisions with incomplete information, and knowing when it's best to ask for clarification\n- have good personal time management skills\n- have good english communication skills\n- be able to help contribute to UI decisions for new features\n- have an attitude of learning and growth\n- be experienced with the challenges of remote work\n- have a feeling of responsibility for upholding product stability and quality\n- be empathetic and develop an understanding of our customer's problems\n\n**After the first 6 months we expect you to**\n\n- have shipped tasks making product roadmap progress and added value to customers\n- have helped upheld current technical stability and uptime\n- be communicating effectively in the team\n- be leading engineering decisions\n\n>>>>>> ๐Ÿ‘พ About the codebase starts here\n\nWe started work on deedmob in 2016 with React + Redux + Node + REST + Postgres and Server side rendering. In 2019 we converted the entire codebase to Typescript as well as React functional components and hooks. In early 2020 we also added GraphQL for some endpoints.\n\nHere are some points about how we do things currently\n\n- We deploy to google cloud via Kubernetes & using cloud build so that one command can release a new version of the codebase.\n- We use github for git hosting.\n- We release approximately once every one to two weeks without a fixed schedule\n- We have automated integration tests in cypress for all important product flows.\n- We share lots of types and files between the frontend and the backend, as its all typescript!\n\n>>>>>> ๐Ÿ About remote work at deedmob\n\nWe have experimented with a couple days remote for the last couple of years but more recently during the coronavirus crisis we gave up our beautiful office in Amsterdam in favour of full remote work.\n\nWe have regular retreats to bring the team together in an epic location, and have had great times travelling together to Marrakech Morocco, Albufeira Portugal and Lisbon.\n\nThe role is remote but we are currently open to candidates within 2 hours of our timezone (CET) in order to reduce any possible issues with meeting times and occasional synchronous collaboration.\n\nWe have daily standups in morning and work without a specific methodology (like agile) currently as we have tried it and found it's not useful at our small team size.\n\n>>>>>> ๐Ÿค“ The interview process, roughly\n\n- 20 min call to assess fit \n- 40 minute live react coding call (no algorithms testing)\n- 3hr take home assignment\n- 30 minute technical call to discuss assignment submission with two engineers\n- 30 minute product call\n- 30 minute call with ceo\noffer\n\n>>>>>> ๐Ÿ˜€ About some of the people of deedmob\n\nBoudewijn Wijnands (CEO): A closer of deals. A fan of disney and dogs. Can always be bribed with chocolate or cake. [https://www.linkedin.com/in/boudewijnwijnands/](https://www.linkedin.com/in/boudewijnwijnands/)\n\nDavid (CTO): It feels weird to write about myself here in the third person. I'm interested in habits, personal development and product engineering. I try to live intentionally through a vegan diet and donating money via the ideas of effective altruism. I love puppies, playing football and cooking. [https://twitter.com/davidvfurlong](https://twitter.com/davidvfurlong)\n\nHendrik-Jan: A drummer, golfer and big fan of cuban cigars. Our resident adult as the oldest team member ๐Ÿง”. Also called "the Puppet Master" for the strength of his network. [https://www.linkedin.com/in/hendrik-jan-overmeer-ab957a6/](https://www.linkedin.com/in/hendrik-jan-overmeer-ab957a6/)\n\nGerbrand Holland: Great writer. Recently started as a part time working student.\n\n>>>>>> ๐ŸŽ Perks\n\n**Here are some of the perks of the job**\n\n- Impactful, purpose driven work (for instance our software has activated 20,000 new blood donors in the last 2 years)\n- Computer setup of your choice\n- Option for 4 days a week\n- Responsibility & the accompanying freedom and learning\n- Work from home (or from a co-working space)\n- Regular team retreats to sunny and fun locations\n- Core contribution into what we work on and how we solve a problem\n- Volunteering time off work\n- Low amount of time spent in meetings\n- Yearly budget for learning and development\n- Financial stability of the company (job security)\n- Low stress environment (low frequency of urgent issues or work)\n- Sizable equity compensation\n- Market rate salary compensation\n\nWe think it's an incredible and rare opportunity for the right person. However we also know that there are great engineers like you that would be unhappy and not thrive in this role.\n\nIn the interest of transparency and avoiding a mismatch, **we think you should consider these reasons not to join us.**\n\n- There are fewer senior people to learn from and ask questions to than at a bigger company. Learning and career development is important to us but it will largely have to be self motivated and with external mentors or on the internet. We want to help you achieve your personal goals and will support you financially and structurally to achieve them.\n- We're growing, but the company is not growing in value or team size as fast as hyper funded startups. If you're hoping to get rich quick by joining a startup very early we would recommend choosing somewhere else.\n- If you need structure and someone to tell you what to work on, you will probably struggle with the autonomy and freedom you will have at Deedmob. A bigger company is probably a better choice.\n- If you want to work on a new project every couple of weeks, it's probably not a good fit. While the work is varied and changes, lots of the work is making improvements to our core product which some people don't like doing as much. That's fine. We know that building something great takes time and many of the greatest breakthroughs are small changes based on deep insights. We share less exciting work equally and try to reduce it by investing in changes or automating things. That being said, if you're easily bored and want constant new technical challenges it may not be the best role for you. Many of our challenges are product and technical challenges, so someone interested in being involved heavily in adding value to our customers through gaining a deeper problem understanding will thrive.\n- You should not join us if you want to work 60 hour weeks. We've been there when we started out. We firmly believe it's not about how hard you work, but how good your decisions are about what to work on and how. Some people really like working all day. We'd rather finish at 5 and spend time with our families or significant others.\n- If you think more features and complex technology is the best way to solve all problems, we probably have a different philosophy and it won't be a good fit. Technology is great and we strive to make great, pragmatic decisions but we see it as a means to solve customer problems. For us the most valuable work at the moment is usually creating great and often simple solutions learned from a deep product understanding rather than improving performance.\n- There's lots of code in our codebase that other people have written, and while there are docs, comments and we have eliminated technical debt on a rolling basis, understanding other's people code can be time consuming and not feel productive. We understand working on a new codebase can be more fun and more varied, and if that's very important to you, you probably shouldn't join us. We expect it will take you some time to learn how things work and we will support you in that process, but if in the past you find yourself wanting to work on something new and novel after 6 months we would recommend you to look for somewhere else.\n\n>>>>>> โฌ TLDR;\n\nWe're an awesome small team who have work-life balance and a purpose driven product. \n\nBe sure to mention the words **HORN EXTRA GAS** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$60,000 — $100,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide


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Toptal

 This job is getting a high amount of applications right now (35% of viewers clicked Apply)

verified
๐ŸŒ Worldwide
 
๐Ÿ’ฐ $50k - $300k

backend

 

back end development

 

js

๐Ÿ”Ž2,163 opens
โœ… 763 applications (35%)

Toptal is hiring a Remote Senior Node. Developer

***Design your full-time freelance career as a top freelance developer with Toptal.***\n\nFreelance work is defining developer careers in exciting new ways. If youโ€™re passionate about finding rapid career growth potential working with leading Fortune 500 brands and innovative Silicon Valley startups, Toptal could be a great fit for your next career shift.\n\nToptal is an elite talent network made up of the worldโ€™s top 3% of developers, connecting the best and brightest freelancers with top organizations. Unlike a 9-to-5 job, youโ€™ll choose your own schedule and work from anywhere. **Jobs come to you, so you wonโ€™t bid for projects against other developers in a race to the bottom.** Plus, Toptal takes care of all the overhead, empowering you to focus on successful engagements while getting paid on time, at the rate you decide, every time. Our sophisticated screening process makes sure you are provided with top clients without additional overhead, as well as assistance in maximizing the potential of your full-time freelance career. Joining the Toptal network also gives you access to technical training programs, mentors, and coaching programs, so you can connect with a global community of experts like you to share peer-to-peer knowledge and expand your network globally.\n\nAs a freelance developer, you can become a part of an ever-expanding community of experts in over 120 countries, working remotely on projects that meet your career ambitions.\n\nThatโ€™s why the worldโ€™s top 3% of developers choose Toptal. Developers in our elite network share:\n* English language proficiency\n* 3+ years of professional experience\n* Project management skills\n* A keen attention to detail\n* Experience with system architecture or leading a software team is a strong advantage\n* Full-time availability is a strong advantage\n\nCurious to know how much you could make? Check out our Node.js developer rate calculator: [https://topt.al/gxc5B5](https://topt.al/gxc5B5)\n\nIf youโ€™re interested in pursuing an engaging career working on full-time freelance jobs for exclusive clients, take the next step by clicking apply and filling out the short form: [https://topt.al/4VcAxV](https://topt.al/4VcAxV) \n\nBe sure to mention the words **ITEM POSITION ANSWER** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$50,000 — $300,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide


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BibliU

 This job is getting a high amount of applications right now (22% of viewers clicked Apply)

verified
Australia
 
๐Ÿ’ฐ $100k - $100k

aws

 

javascript

 

edtech

๐Ÿ”Ž2,275 opens
โœ… 495 applications (22%)

BibliU is hiring a Remote Senior Software Engineer

**Job Title:** Senior Software Engineer\n**Reports into:** Engineering Team Lead\n**Contract Type:** Full-time, Permanent\n**Location:** Remote - open to candidates based on Australia\n\n\n**About Us**\n\n\n\nAt BibliU, we have an audacious vision: the future of Higher Education is about ensuring all students have affordable access to their class content. To achieve this, we have built partnerships with thousands of publishers and created a Learning Enablement platform that is dedicated to making learning more equitable, effective, and efficient. Interested in helping us shake up higher education and make reading materials more accessible and learning more effective? Read on!\n\n\n\nOur team of 80+, of which half the senior management team are women, are currently seeking engineers to work within a global, cross-functional, product-driven team.\n\n\n**About Our Role**\n\nAs a Senior Software Engineer at BibliU, you will have the opportunity to work with a team of brilliant engineers and provide solutions to technical problems that have a direct impact on our customers. You will then take the solutions from concept to production with support from the team.\n\nOur infrastructure is on AWS, with our codebase mainly in node.js which is written typescript/javascript. There is a frontend component to what we deliver, experience in frontend development will be beneficial currently this is based on web components.\n\nAs a senior member of the team, you will have the opportunity to act as a mentor to more junior members of the team and to help shape our technical direction. We also work closely with other teams within Bibliu so you will have the chance to build relationships across the wider team and help deliver business objectives.\n\nWe are a fully remote team, across different time zones but maintaining a positive, open and collaborative team culture remains a priority to us. We have put in place lots of initiatives to keep connected; from fortnightly team online board games and company-wide social events to weekly catch ups and virtual tea breaks. In addition, you will also have weekly one on one sessions with your manager to make sure you are getting the support you need to complete your role and to help you in career progression.\n\n\n**What you'll be doing**\n\nAs a Senior Software Engineer, you will be responsible for:\n*Providing and implementing technical solutions.\n*Delivering those solutions on agreed upon timelines\n*Collaborating with your team and other teams to achieve company objectives\n*Owning the teams infrastructure\n*Providing code and scoping reviews\n*Responding to and handling incidents in our production systems\n\n**What we are looking for**\n\n*Experience with node.js with javascript/typescript\n*Good understanding serverless architecture pertaining to AWS\n*Confident in SQL, bonus if experienced with mysql\n*Some experience with Elasticsearch/Opensearch\n*Previous experience in building front end applications in javascript/typescript\n*Individual contributor that enjoys working with a team\n*Recognize security best practices and the ability to implement and enforce them\n*An interest in statecharts as an application design pattern\n\n\n\nWe strongly encourage candidates of all different backgrounds, experiences and identities to apply. Each new hire is an opportunity for us to bring in a different perspective and BibliU is committed to building an inclusive and supportive workplace where everyone can do rewarding work. \n\nBe sure to mention the words **FIX VIRTUAL FACE** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$100,000 — $100,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nAustralia


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Hatchways


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North America
 
๐Ÿ’ฐ $80k - $100k

dev

 

python

 

javascript

 
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What do we do?\n\nHatchways' mission is bold. We're modernizing education by helping those new to the tech industry get real, practical experience on-the-job instead of in the classroom. Our goal is to provide access to opportunities to people who otherwise would have been overlooked by the traditional interview process.\n\n\nWe have revolutionized the technical interview process by using a practical work simulation to assess candidates instead of relying on credentials, years of experience, or impractical CS knowledge to assess candidates.\n\n\nHatchways is a place you come to make an impact, working with like-minded people to build something meaningful using the best technology. You can read more about our team and culture here - https://hatchways.io/careers.\n\n\nWhat we are looking for?\n\nWe are adding a Senior Full-stack Engineer to the team. As a member of the team, you will get a chance to develop complex web applications, using a mix of Javascript (React) and Python. You will be working in a highly collaborative environment. This is an exciting role for someone who enjoys the challenge and responsibility for large projects.\n\n\nWhat does senior mean? For us, we are a company that doesnโ€™t hire based on years of experience or credentials. In order to be senior, we are looking for an engineer that can provide technical mentorship to our team and can work on complex technical projects with little to no direction.\n\n\nThe ideal candidate for this position is a thoughtful problem solver who can easily adapt to changing requirements and quickly learn new technologies. They are passionate about developing modern, cutting-edge web applications, and can balance empathy to end-users with technical requirements.\n\n\nWhat you hopefully bring:\n\nExperience with a modern front-end framework (React, Angular, Vue, Ember, Typescript) and back-end framework (Python, Rails, Node.js)\nOur stack is React, Python/Flask, GCP\nExperience with non-relational or relational databases such as MongoDB, MySQL, Postgres, Redis, Cassandra\nExperience working with IaaS such as GCP or AWS\nExperience giving feedback on others' code through code reviews\n\nAbout you:\n\nA positive attitude, motivated, and a fast learner\nYou love teamwork and find it easy to collaborate closely with the engineering team to solve complex problems in efficient and scalable ways\nYou have a passion for solving problems across all areas of the business\nExcited with the opportunity to lead a small team!\n\nInterview process:\n\nA 30-minute phone call with our CTO (https://www.linkedin.com/in/shumskassam/)\nA project-based assessment where you will work on a few issues on a Github repository - it will be very practical and done using React + Python\nA final 30-minute culture fit call with our CEO (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jaclynling/)\n\nWhat are the perks and benefits?\n\nWe are a flexible, diverse, and remote-friendly team. We prioritize learning and growth opportunities for our developers (not only technically, but also personally) through frequent 1:1 meetings with your managers, valuable quarterly reviews, and external training opportunities. We are an early-stage startup, so joining us early means you will have a significant stake in the company. We also have a very flexible vacation and health benefits plan.\n\n\nLearn a little more about the founding team:\n\nHatchways is a Y Combinator-backed startup (S19) and is founded by two-time founders Jaclyn and Shums. Prior to starting Hatchways, Jaclyn and Shums started their first startup (Blynk, your personal stylist in your pocket) which got acquired by Kik (popular messenger app in Waterloo, ON). At Kik, Shums was an engineering manager and Jaclyn led product for the bots team. Together, they launched some of the first chatbots in the market with partners like H&M, Sephora, and Shopify. Shortly thereafter, they wanted to pursue a problem area they were passionate about: improving the education to employment pathways so more people have access to opportunities in tech.\n\n\nHatchways is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. If there is any part of the interview process that is not accommodating for your situation, we are more than happy to create a more comfortable process for you. Just let us know by emailing us at [email protected] \n\nBe sure to mention the words **HUB FILE GARLIC** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$80,000 — $100,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nNorth America


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**Why Join Tiny**\nWith software used by millions of developers, and thousands of products worldwide, Tiny creates some of the world's most popular open source software. \nTiny builds the software that helps support some of the worldโ€™s most innovative start-ups and established enterprises; we create developer tools for the modern world. Most developers would be familiar with TinyMCE, the flexible open source rich text editor used by companies such as Atlassian, Accelo, Drift and more. \n\nScaling up our remote team, Tiny is evolving and growing our team globally as we continue to expand our product offerings, and create even better developer experiences. \n\nBig problems are solved with Tiny solutions. \n\n**Your New Role**\nTiny is seeking a talented front end developer to join our team. In this role, you will have the opportunity to influence the way hundreds of millions of people create content on the web. You will be a key member of the team responsible for developing and maintaining our online presence, spanning across websites.\nYou will join a team that brings new ideas to the market via our web assets. The role will require flexibility, creativity, and a willingness to experiment and test out ideas. You will work closely with product development, design and marketing, and have a strong focus on creating maintainable and scalable digital properties.\n\n**Responsibilities**\n* Use Typescript and Frameworks (React, Express) to build and maintain new websites and landing pages\n* Create and maintain multiple Rest API services in TypeScript (Node.js) to support our frontend web applications\n* Write high-performance, scalable code and unit tests\n* Collaborate with product, marketing, and support stakeholders to optimise and improve our customerโ€™s digital experience \n* Work with the wider engineering team to support backend services and APIs (REST API, CMS, Payment Gateways, CRM)\n* Drive team success through contributions to sprint planning, code reviews, project post-mortems and a commitment to continuous learning\n\n**Education/Experience**\n* A degree in Engineering, Computer Science or a related field or equivalent experience\n* Significant experience in modern web technologies, including Typescript, Node.js, Express, and React\n* Solid HTML/CSS development experience\n* Familiarity with UX/UI concepts and a passion for good user experience\n* Solid understanding of how web applications work including security, session management, and best development practices\n* Experience working in a fast-paced agile environment. Prior exposure to working in a remote, global team is highly regarded.\n* Basic knowledge of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) processes\n\n**What you can expect from this role**\n* We move fast and are always cooking up new things, so no two days are alike, however, you can generally expect to:\n* Work with people who are committed to helping you develop skills as a programmer\n* Work with senior management who will help you to develop your presentation, communication, teamwork and collaboration skills\n* Work with fun, hard-working and competent people who value ideas and creativity\n* Create wireframes, and develop these into fully deployed web assets\n* Write code to keep our 300,000 monthly web visitors happy, and coming back for more \n\nBe sure to mention the words **HOTEL VIOLIN IMPOSE** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants.\n\n\n\n#Location\nApac


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