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# What we do\nOverleaf is a social enterprise that builds modern collaborative authoring tools for scientists — like Google Docs for Science. We have over seven million registered users from around the world. Our primary product is an online, real time collaborative editor for papers, theses, technical reports and other documents written in the LaTeX markup language.\n\n# Who we are\nOverleaf was founded by two mathematicians who were inspired by their own experiences in academia to create a better solution for scientific collaboration and communication. Now we are a team of about forty based mainly in the UK, Europe, the US and Canada. We were recently recognised as one of the [UK's top 100 fastest growing businesses](https://www.overleaf.com/blog/overleaf-recognized-as-one-of-the-uks-top-100-fastest-growing-businesses) and as the [Best SaaS for Nonprofits or Education](https://www.overleaf.com/blog/overleaf-named-2020-saas-awards-winner) in the 2020 SaaS Awards Program. Our vision is to be the go-to place for writing scientific documents.\n\n# How we work\nOverleaf is (and was, even before the pandemic) remote-first — all founders and staff work remotely. We also have an office in Farringdon for those in the London area, and when the pandemic settles down we'll again get the whole team together in London a few times a year for face-to-face time.\n\nWe encourage flexible working. Our core hours are 2pm–5pm UK time, during which our development and product teams have 10–15 minute daily standup calls.\n\nWe always collect user feedback to inform our work. We have UX professionals on our team, and we run surveys and user interviews on a weekly basis to inform our Product Discovery process.\n\nWe have a flexible roadmap that we review quarterly, which includes regular user-facing releases. Our Product team works closely with everyone in the company, from Support, to Finance and Marketing to understand every aspect of how we can best deliver value to our users. Our roadmap also includes initiatives driven by staff and quarterly hackathons to keep our learning fresh.\n\n# About this role\nAt Overleaf, we are proud to have a very engaged community of users, and their feedback is essential to us as we continue to evolve the platform. We are looking for a UX designer who has experience working directly with users and a keen interest in user research. You will be key in helping us discover opportunities and pain-points through research and analytics; you will craft user experiences that help our users get their work done, while continuously assessing and iterating on Overleaf.\n\nYou will have autonomy in developing your designs, from concept to execution, but you won’t be alone. You will be part of a cross-functional team, collaborating with product managers that will help you understand where your work fits in our roadmap and with developers that will help you make your design come to life.\n\nThis year, we are excited to be working on:\n\n* Adding support to multiple-window workflows, allowing users to be more productive and take advantage of extra screen real estate.\n* Creating a palette for symbols (just like an emoji picker, but for scientific typesetting).\n* Delivering a new UI to help users troubleshoot their LaTeX compilation errors more effectively and help them publish their work more quickly.\n* Launching a new analytics system and team to generate insights into our B2C funnel and help us understand our users better, while respecting their privacy.\n* Enhance the collaboration experience on our product to make it even more compelling for teams.\n* Revamping our template gallery to help users find what they need to produce the best documents.\n* \nHere is an example of a feature that we launched recently to help users navigate their projects more easily: https://www.overleaf.com/blog/new-feature-file-outline-is-now-available-on-overleaf\n\n# What we're looking for\n* Experience designing for the web. We don’t expect you to code but, as a designer, we expect you to be familiar with the media you design for, as well as its constraints. You should be able to design and prototype solutions (with various degrees of fidelity) based on user research, and to iterate based on feedback and collaboration with stakeholders (e.g. product managers and developers).\n* Strong understanding and experience doing user research. You base your design decisions on a deep understanding of your users’ needs. You are able to script and conduct interviews; you are able to design and analyse surveys; you are able to run a usability test.\n* Ideally, you’ll have some experience (or interest) in developing or maintaining a design system or style guide. Similarly, some experience (or interest) in collaborating with and steering graphic designers (and/or doing some graphic design yourself) would be valuable too, as would a keen eye for typography (as LaTeX is all about excellent typesetting). Finally, some familiarity with publishing, the scholarly market and scientific research would help you better understand the sector Overleaf operates in.\n\n# How we Hire\nThe stages in our hiring process are typically:\n\n1. You submit your application (please provide a cover letter and a link to your portfolio if you have one).\n2. We will aim to update you on the status of your application within two weeks from when we receive it.\n3. We'll follow up by email (or sometimes schedule a phone call) with any questions we have about your application, usually around logistics, your ambitions and your expectations about the role.\n4. We'll schedule a more in-depth interview, which is typically followed or combined with a practical assignment. For the practical, you'll have the option of either completing a homework assignment, which requires about one hour of your time before the interview, or doing an exercise during the interview, if you prefer. The exercises are practical in nature, and you can use existing resources, templates, Google, etc., and ask us questions.\n5. We'll make an offer. We usually interview in batches, so there may be a short delay while we interview other candidates, but we will try to keep you informed throughout the process.\n\nIf you have a deadline, please let us know in your application, and we will try to be accommodating.\n\n# Requirements\nWe require that you:\n* Have a minimum of 2–3 years of relevant experience.\n* Will work for us full time (or nearly full time).\n* Will usually be available in our core hours, 2pm–5pm UK time.\n* Are based in the UK, Europe, US or Canada.\n\n# Benefits\n* Remote and flexible working.\n* Salary £35k–£60k per year depending on experience.\n* You would join a small, dedicated and growing team.\n* We're substantially (around 80%) open source, so your work will often be on open source.\n* We're backed by Bethnal Green Ventures (https://bethnalgreenventures.com/) and Digital Science (https://www.digital-science.com/), through which we're part of a wider community of startups in science, health and ed-tech.\n* Our London office is shared with several other Digital Science companies, so there's lots of interesting people to meet, and clubs and sports activities outside of work.\n* You can pick your own equipment. MacBook Pro? Lenovo ThinkPad? Notebook and pen? However you like to work, we'll provide what you need.\n* We provide a training budget; many of our staff choose to attend relevant industry conferences or buy training materials.\n* We run a biweekly internal seminar series (show and tell) with short talks from staff about their work or personal projects, new technologies and techniques.\nWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. \n\n#Salary or Compensation\n$50,000 — $90,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nUK, Europe, US or Canada


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Iterative


verified
🌏 Worldwide

Developer Advocate


Iterative

🌏 Worldwide

data science

 

git

 

machine learning

 

open source

 

data science

 

git

 

machine learning

 

open source

 
We’re a company that makes open source tools for data science and machine learning. You might know us from popular tools like [DVC](https://dvc.org) (Data Version Control) and [CML](https://cml.dev) (Continuous Machine Learning), or our [YouTube channel](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC37rp97Go-xIX3aNFVHhXfQ). Our team is small, remote-first, and passionate about creating best practices for managing the complexities of data science.\n\nWe’re seeking a Developer Advocate to help us sustain and grow our active, worldwide community! \n\n## Job description\nAs an open source project, our community is everything. Our code, docs and outreach activities are fueled by community contributions, and user feedback is a huge driver for our product development. We invest heavily in building relationships with data scientists, engineers and developers around the world, from brand new contributors making their first pull request to longtime users working out a special use case. \n\nThe ideal candidate will:\n- Craft blog posts, release notes, and newsletters to share exciting developments on our projects, amazing contributions, and important technical Q&As. \n- Turn frequently-asked questions in the community into reusable resources, like tutorials and use-cases\n- Be a connector and maintain an engaged presence online. Respond to timely discussions and questions on social media and design shareable, creative campaigns for regular tweets and posts. \n- Enable community members of all skill levels to get involved. Welcome newcomers and encourage creative contributions. When folks make videos, blogs, or projects with our tools, help them boost the signal.\n- Lead community-building events like virtual meetups and present at relevant industry conferences\n- Be analytical and data-driven in creating useful content for the community. Define, report and analyze metrics to understand our community’s needs and interests.\n\n## Skills we’re looking for\n- Experience in either data science or open source software.\n- Experience blogging or publishing technical content online. Bonus points if it’s related to open source or data science. \n- Experience building and/or managing a technical community.\n- Understanding of Git, Git-flow and CI/CD. You don’t have to be a superuser, but we make tools built around Git and you’ll need to know how to use them.\n- Strong communication skills. Everyone on our team, from engineers to developer advocates, needs to be able to communicate over digital - platforms kindly and clearly.\n- Proficient written and spoken English is required. \n \n### Mega bonus skills\n- Knowledge of our tools and the MLOps space\n- A strong existing network in data science or open source\n\n### Perks\n- A fully remote job with a competitive salary and benefits package.\n- Our team culture is family-friendly. Our leadership includes several working parents, and our health insurance and unlimited PTO policies are designed with families in mind.\n- This role can grow with you. There are plenty of opportunities for leadership and autonomy in our small team! \n- Impact- you get to work on projects that are used every day by teams around the world! DVC and CML are used by researchers and data science teams across tech, finance, and government organizations. \n- You will get a [DeeVee](https://twitter.com/DVCorg/status/1314668966082572288/photo/1).\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Iterative

 

verified
🌏 Worldwide

Senior Software Engineer  


Iterative

🌏 Worldwide

python

 

open source

 

dev tools

 

systems programming

 

python

 

open source

 

dev tools

 

systems programming

 
## TLDR\nWe’re seeking a senior Python back-end and system engineers to build SaaS and CLI tools. We build [DVC](https://dvc.org) (7000+ ⭐on GitHub) and [CML](https://cml.dev) (2000+ ⭐ on GitHub). It's a great opportunity if you love open source, dev tools, systems programming, and remote work. Join our well-funded remote-first team to build developer tools to see how your code is used by thousands of developers every day!\n## ABOUT YOU\n- Excellent communication skills and a positive mindset 🤗\n- No prior deep knowledge of ML is required\n- **Strong Python knowledge** and excellent coding culture (standards, unit test, docs, etc) are required.\n- Initiative to help shape the engineering practices, products, and culture of a young startup\n- **Remote work self-discipline.** A lot of our processes are built on trust- we don't like and don't have time to micro-manage\n### About the interview process\nWe’ll likely start with an informal 45-minute phone call to meet. After that, we’d love to work on a process together that feels fair.\nNo trick/puzzle questions, no artificial “whiteboard” problems. Usually we plan to do something together - a task that is actually motivated by the problems we deal every day with. It can be for example a ticket from GitHub. You will meet and potentially work with the team. Of course, we’d pay you whatever you think is fair. We understand, however, that’s not always possible for everyone and we are open-minded and can discuss other options!\n## ABOUT US\nAt ITERATIVE, we build developer tools for machine learning. We're a well-funded, remote-first team on a mission to solve the complexity of managing datasets, ML infrastructure, ML models lifecycle management.\nWe value great collaboration and communication skills, both among internal teams and in how we interact with our users. We take care to balance and be responsive to the needs of our open source community as well as our enterprise-level customers.\n- ✅ Check out our [GitHub](https://github.com/iterative/dvc)\n- ✅ Check out the [Website](https://dvc.org) and [Docs](https://dvc.org/doc)\n- ✅ Finally, take a look at our [Blog](https://dvc.org/blog) and [YouTube]\n### WHAT WE OFFER\n- 🌎 Team is distributed remotely worldwide.\n- 🤗 Open source-first company- your work will be visible and will be used by thousands developers every day! This feels great! Check out our [Discord](https://dvc.org/chat) and [GitHub](https://github.com/iterative).\n- Engineering team is involved in product discussions and planning. We do it openly via Github or Discord chat.\n- Besides building the product we participate in conferences (PyCon, PyData, O'Reilly AI, etc). We encourage and support the team in giving talks, writing blog-posts, and other activities.\n- Well-defined process that we all participate in improving.\n- Great health coverage for you and your family, 100% paid by us (US only, but can discuss and reimburse, adjust the salary in other locations)\n### WE TAKE CARE OF OUR PEOPLE\nAs a distributed company, diversity drives our identity. Whether you’re looking to launch a new career or grow an existing one, ITERATIVE is the type of company where you can balance great work with great life. Your age is only a number. It doesn’t matter if you’re just out of college or your children are; we need you for what you can do.\nWe strive to have parity of benefits across regions and while regulations differ from place to place, we believe taking care of our people is the right thing to do.\n- ✅Competitive pay based on the work you do here and not your previous salary\n- ✅Great health coverage for you and your family, 100% paid by us (US only, but can discuss and reimburse, adjust the salary in other locations)\n- ✅Ability to craft your calendar with flexible locations and schedules for many roles\n- ✅Unlimited PTO and sick days\nITERATIVE is an Equal Employment employer committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action for all applicants and employees. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender perception or identity, national origin, age, marital status, protected veteran status, or disability status or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law, ordinance or regulation. ITERATIVE also makes reasonable accommodations for disabled employees consistent with applicable law.\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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# How do you apply?\n\n - Click Apply (the fastest way to get your application reviewed) and fill in the form.\n- Shoot me (I’m Ivan - co-founder, CTO, and maintainer) an email at [email protected] (in case you don’t have a Google account). Please, include your resume/CV.\nPlease note, we'll do our best to review all applications. And we''ll try to do our best to answer everyone asap. If you really like the project and you'd like your application to be reviewed sooner, please consider creating some meaningful PR to any of the [open source projects](https://github.com/iterative), or even to any other open source project that you like, and include the link to a PR. We give priority to these applications.
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Iterative

 

verified closed
🌏 Worldwide

Senior Frontend Engineer  


Iterative

🌏 Worldwide

react

 

node

 

open source

 

typescript

 

react

 

node

 

open source

 

typescript

 
This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
Please follow this link to read about the job and apply:\n\n[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aT5HZYt4kAUxXqD4JNTe3jPDlVUwSmnEWDPR2QoKdvo/](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aT5HZYt4kAUxXqD4JNTe3jPDlVUwSmnEWDPR2QoKdvo/)\n\nWe’re seeking a TypeScript front-end engineer to build SaaS and a VS Code UI for our popular machine learning tools: DVC (7000+ ⭐on GitHub) and CML (2000+ ⭐ on GitHub).\n\n**No prior knowledge of ML or Data Science is required.**\n\nThe ML tools ecosystem is what JS space was 10 years ago: there’s a clear need for better tools, frameworks, and open standards. ITERATIVE is already a well known company in this fast-evolving space with a big, engaged open-source community. Please consider joining our remote-first team if you love open-source, if you’re interested in building dev tools and simplifying the lives of many, many developers in ML.\n\n*The project* - We’re making a UI for DVC and CML. Think GitHub and/or popular Git extensions for VS Code - like GitLens. VS Code UI will be open sourced and will become part of your public profile! If you have experience with dev tools like GitHub, UI plugins for Git, etc., you should already have some sense what the project is like.\n*The tech* - Our stack includes TypeScript, Node, React, and Python.\n*The compensation* - Highly competitive salary, stock options, and bonuses.\n\n**Read more about us, and about the position here please:**\n\n[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aT5HZYt4kAUxXqD4JNTe3jPDlVUwSmnEWDPR2QoKdvo/](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aT5HZYt4kAUxXqD4JNTe3jPDlVUwSmnEWDPR2QoKdvo/)\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Tidepool

 

verified closed
🌏 Worldwide

Backend Engineer  


Tidepool

🌏 Worldwide

golang

 

k8s

 

mongodb

 

diabetes

 

golang

 

k8s

 

mongodb

 

diabetes

 
This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
The Tidepool Platform is the foundation of everything we do. As Backend Engineer, you will have a hand in maintaining our platform which is used by both our homegrown applications and an ecosystem of third-party applications. \n\nIn addition to your responsibilities as a Backend engineer (which you will share with the Ops team), you will be a full member of the DevOps team, where you will participate in the on-call rotation for all backend services.\n\nResponsibilities include:\n\n* Helping deploy and maintain a secure, robust, scalable platform and infrastructure that enables Tidepool, third-party software developers, researchers, and others to bring their visions for diabetes data to life.\n* Building new (Golang) backend services and maintaining existing (NodeJs and Golang) backend services.\n* Being a part of our on-call rotation for operational alerts.\n\nThe ideal candidate has:\n\n* A passion for delivering great solutions that leverage modern technology stacks and tools, as well as current best practices for performance and security.\n* Direct, hands-on experience in developing production services in Golang.\n* Direct, hands-on experience in deploying services to Kubernetes.\n* Direct, hands-on experience in scaling systems over time to meet increasing demand.\n* An eye for detail and a willingness to take extra care in crafting precise operations documentation and alert systems.\n\nQualifications\nExperience with one or more tools in each category:\n* Languages: Golang, Nodejs, Python\n* IaaS Platforms: AWS, OpenStack, DigitalOcean, etc.\n* Service Mesh: Linkerd, Istio\n* API Gateways: Gloo, Ambassador, Contour, Envoy, Nginx, etc.\n* Distributed Tracing: Jaeger, Honeycomb, OpenTelemetry, OpenCensus, OpenTracing, Zipkin, Lightstep\n* Visualization and Monitoring: Grafana, PagerDuty\n* Logging: FluentD, FluentBit, Sumo Logic, Rollbar, Splunk, etc.\n* Continuous/Progressive Deployment: Flux/GitOps, Argo, Flagger\n* Continuous Integration: JenkinsX, TravisCI, CircleCI, Jenkins, GitHub Actions, etc.\n* Scripting: Jsonnet, Bash, Python, etc.\n* Networking: DNS, Routing, Firewalls, Load balancers, etc.\n* Databases: MongoDB or other NoSQL database, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Time Series Database\nKeeps up-to-date with changes in the Kubernetes landscape, and can discern which technologies are good to adopt, and which are still too bleeding edge (but which we should keep an eye on)\n\nAdditional Information\nMost of the Tidepool team has a personal connection to diabetes. If you don’t, that’s cool, but you should have demonstrated empathy for other chronic conditions, and be prepared to learn about and have empathy for the diabetes experience.\n\nThis is a remote position – you’ll be working from home and interacting with a team that works around the world, currently in 14 states and 5 countries. However, we do not offer work visa sponsorship.\n\nLearn more about working at Tidepool, including our approach to inclusion and diversity in this blog post.\n\nDoes this sound like you? We’d love to hear from you!\n\nTidepool is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization on a mission to make diabetes data more accessible, actionable, and meaningful for people with diabetes, their care teams, and researchers. Founded in 2013, Tidepool hosts a suite of free software tools for people with diabetes and the clinics that serve them, including Tidepool Web, Tidepool Mobile, Tidepool Uploader, and, pending submission to FDA and associated review, Tidepool Loop. Learn more at tidepool.org. \n\nFollow us on Twitter at @Tidepool_org and on Facebook and Instagram.\n\nTidepool is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The company supports diversity and inclusion in its core values and does not discriminate against qualified employees or applicants because of race, color, religion, gender identity, sex, sexual preference, sexual identity, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, military status, or any other characteristic protected by U.S. federal or state law or local ordinance. When necessary, the company will reasonably accommodate employees and applicants with disabilities if the person is otherwise qualified to safely perform all of the essential functions of the position.\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Checkly


closed
Cet +3/-3

Lead Developer Open Source


Checkly

Cet +3/-3

javascript

 

open source

 

developer tooling

 

dev

 

javascript

 

open source

 

developer tooling

 

dev

 
This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
[Checkly](https://checklyhq.com) is 100% committed to open source. That's why we are looking for an experienced developer to drive our open source initiatives:\n\n- The open source [Headless Recorder](https://github.com/checkly/headless-recorder) with ~10k ⭐️\n- The open source Headles Browser knowledge base https://theheadless.dev\n- All our integrations with the Puppeteer and Playwright eco systems.\n- Our integrations with Terraform and Prometheus\n- Any future initiatives!\n\nYou will be the “spider in the web” for Checkly, our customers and the external open source developers we work with on a daily basis.\n\n## Your responsibilities\nThis job is mostly a coding job, but has a crucial advocacy & community component.\n\n- Make sure our projects are relevant and useful to the community.\n- Evangelize and educate the community: GitHub, Twitter, blogs, talks, video etc.\n- Evolve and expand our existing projects.\n- Ship awesome features.\n- Kill terrible bugs!\n\n## Your skills\n- You have deep experience in building JavaScript applications in the open source arena.\n- You have experience as a maintainer or key contributor on a public GitHub-hosted open source project.\n- You are hands on in shipping product: you can push a feature from start to end.\n- You know how to communicate with coworkers, contributors and customers in English.\n- You love making software for other developers.\n\n## Bonus points\n- Hands-on experience with headless browser frameworks like Puppeteer and Playwright.\n- Experience with building SaaS tools for developers.\n- Experience working remotely in a distributed team.\n\n## What we offer\n- Competitive salary.\n- Flexible work hours.\n- Work with the latest technologies.\n- Contribute to open source.\n- Modern laptop and equipment provided.\n\nThis is a great opportunity to join an early stage company, influence the product road map and help us do what we love most: building the best active monitoring service for modern developers.\n \n\n#Salary or Compensation\n$70,000 — $100,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nCet +3/-3


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Checkly


closed
Cet +3/-3

Full Stack JavaScript Developer


Checkly

Cet +3/-3

javascript

 

saas

 

developer tooling

 

open source

 

javascript

 

saas

 

developer tooling

 

open source

 
This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
[Checkly](https://checklyhq.com) is looking for an experienced JavaScript developer. This is a great opportunity to join an early stage company, influence the product roadmap. \nAt Checkly, we work on three things:\n\n1. The best active monitoring service for modern developers: https://checklyhq.com\n2. The open source [Headless Recorder](https://github.com/checkly/headless-recorder) with ~10k ⭐️\n3. The open source Headles Browser knowledge base https://theheadless.dev\n\n## Harden & expand our backend\nOur backend runs on Hapi.js and a collection of custom job runners and Lambda applications distributed around the globe. We've ran almost 500 million checks already and are ramping up for a lot more. We use AWS Lambda/SQS/SNS/S3, Heroku, Postgres, & Redis. You will help us scale, harden and expand our backend: from the API to the background workers.\n\n## Build & shape our frontend\nYou will be working together with our frontend lead and design lead on all aspects of our Vue.js based frontend. Projects we have lined up are new dashboards & graphs, a collection of 3rd party integrations, in browser code editors and real time metric feeds. Almost no boring CRUD forms!\n\n## Your skills\n* You have deep experience in building applications with JavaScript in a professional product (SaaS) environment.\n* You have experience in writing tests for frontend and backend.\n* You like to work in a growing company with experienced founders.\n* You know how to communicate with coworkers and customers in English.\n* You are quick to pick up on new stuff and enjoy the process of learning new things.\n* You love making software!\n\n## Bonus points\n* Hands-on experience with UX design.\n* Experience with building SaaS tools for developers.\n* What we offer\n* Competitive salary.\n* Flexible work hours.\n* Work with the latest technologies.\n* Contribute to open source.\n* Modern laptop and equipment provided.\n \n\n#Salary or Compensation\n$70,000 — $100,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nCet +3/-3


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Coder


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🇺🇸 US-only

Software Engineer


Coder

🇺🇸 US-only

golang

 

docker

 

kubernetes

 

typescript

 

golang

 

docker

 

kubernetes

 

typescript

 
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Coder is a platform for developers by developers. If you are passionate about developer workflows, tools, automation, open source, and want to have an impact on the way code is written, you should apply. \n\nCoder's Advanced Technology Team is seeking a Software Engineer to report directly to our CEO as part of a highly capable engineering team working on innovative solutions. We are looking for candidates that are passionate about building clean and sophisticated code, primarily in Golang and Typescript. You will be contributing directly to the company’s vision.\n\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n * Design and develop secure, stable, testable and maintainable software with minimal defects\n* Contribute to product vision and feature decisions\n\n\n\n \n\n# Requirements\n* Excellent coding and debugging skills\n* An obsession with development workflow\n* Very strong written and verbal communication skills \n* Mastery of the Go and Typescript programming languages\n* Substantial experience with Linux\n* Have a deep love for software\n\nYou should be comfortable using this tech stack:\n* Go on backend, Typescript/React\n* Docker / Kubernetes\n* PostgreSQL\n\nBonus points if you have:\n* Open source experience\n\nYou should include these in your application:\n* Resume and/or LinkedIn profile\n* Github, Reddit, or personal blog/portfolio if available\n\n\n\n\nWhat Makes Coder Different?\nCoder is an engineering-first organization. Our product is built by engineers, for engineers. We’re committed to building an organization and product optimized for engineering happiness. You can expect a fast-paced workflow and minimal meetings.\n \nOur basic requirements for employment are:\n- A passion for your craft\n- A desire to be successful\n\n\n\n\n\nCore Values\n\nHumanity:\nHumanity is the ability to make your peers and partners happy to work with you. This includes being social and open with your coworkers and building deep trusts. In a remote company you don't get this for free, you have to intentionally work for it.\n\nEfficiency:\nEfficiency is the tendency to optimize your time:output. It is linked with workflow-obsession and maximal utilization of tools.\n \nFeedback:\nFeedback is the tendency to seek external validation. That means measuring over assuming. This is linked with reduced cycle times and iterative approaches.\n\n#Location\n🇺🇸 US-only


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