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* You'll be working self-directed in a small agile team developing next-generation microservices to manage and deliver genetic health test reports.\n* Primary technologies: Python+Django, Kotlin/Java + Spring Boot, Kafka, Postgres, Jenkins, Kubernetes.\n* You will also make necessary changes to infrastructure such as Jenkins, Terraform, and Kubernetes to support your work.\n* Experience in all technologies is not a requirement, just that you are capable of learning and getting up to speed.\n* You will have ownership and be responsible for delivering secure and high-quality production-ready code and services.\n* Unit testing, integration testing, infrastructure as code, secure, modern, 12-factor development processes are the standard. Code reviews, documentation, and extensive CI/CD automation helps make your life easier and to help you apply industry best practices in everything you do.\n* The team is extremely professional and helpful and a pleasure to work with. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$48,000 — $100,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nNorth America and Eu-Time Zones Only

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