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Remote React Node Javascript Job in December 2019 at companies likeCrossover and Highereducation posted 1 year ago

Remote React Node Javascript Job in December 2019 at companies likeCrossover and Highereducation posted 1 year ago

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Crossover


Javascript Chief Software Architect ( $100k/year)

Javascript Chief Software Architect ( $100k/year)


Crossover


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javascript

react

node

js

javascript

react

node

1yr
**As a Javascript Chief Software Architect, you can expect to be a member of one of our central assembly line teams such as Easier or Code Review. You may also be in the role of a product Chief Architect, responsible for a product’s quality and weekly release.**\n\nAs a member of the easier team, you will be assisting in the rebuild of the user interface of legacy products to a standard tech stack. This means you will build new screens with a modern UI and enhanced usability. You will also create the REST API layer required to connect the new UI with the product legacy backend and business logic. You will also be required to deliver UI unit tests, REST API unit tests and integration tests, and functional browser compatibility testing.\n\nAs a member of the code review team you will spend most of your time reviewing pull requests created by other teams. You will review code which may be written in a variety of frameworks and tools. You will not be a product specialists but are expected to have very high coding standards, be able to clearly articulate what is wrong with a developers code and be able to defend your findings of poor quality code.\n\nChief Software Architects will have daily and weekly targets to work against. We measure the quality of work through our First Time Acceptance rate, meaning that the Product Chief Architects accept the work delivered by the engineers immediately without having to ask for a rework.\n\nIn all cases, you will have aggressive daily and weekly targets to work against, and you can expect to receive daily and weekly feedback about your performance. The regular feedback is used to help you improve immediately and to resolve blockers which may be slowing down your performance.\n \n\n# Requirements\n**Candidate Requirements:**\n* Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or Electrical Engineering\n* At least 8 years of experience in JavaScript\n* 2 years + of experience writing unit tests\n* 1+ years experience using CI/CD tools\n* 6+ months experience using Jira and Github\n* At least year of working experience using cloud services\n* Proven experience with performing code reviews and/or mentoring sessions (has dedicated a minimum of 25% of monthly time on this activity)\n* An intermediate level of English\n\n**Proficiency in the following skills and technologies is mandatory:**\n* Database knowledge in technology such as SQL Server/Oracle/MySQL/MongoDB/Cassandra\n* SOA, EDA, and Design patterns\n* Some experience in Linux, Django, REST and shell scripting\n\n**Nice to have:**\n* Demonstrate success as a problem solver\n* Be a results-oriented individual\n* Comfortable β€œworking virtually” with teammates and customers around the world\n

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HigherEducation


Senior Node.js + React Developer

Senior Node.js + React Developer


HigherEducation


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node.js

node

javascript

js

node.js

node

2yr

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**HigherEducation partners with many of the most recognizable names in the online education industry to help them build their programs and expand student bases. We have 75M annual site visitors and we are very good at what we do.** We also love to use cutting edge technologies to make developer life enjoyable and more productive.\nLast year, we drastically improved the performance and architecture of our React + Node + Docker apps as our application traffic tripled. This year, we're building new features, making some things serverless/Lambda, beefing up our tracking and analytics, and running a bunch of A/B tests take things to the next level. (Next year, who knows just how high we can fly!)\nWe're looking for more remote (anywhere in the US) or on-site (Houston) engineers to join the team to help us hit these goals and keep making use of the great new tech that is emerging every year.\nPay is competitive, benefits are great (e.g. 6% 401k matching), the team is tons of fun, and a great work/life balance truly makes you enjoy the time spent on the job.\nIf you're awesome at building client and server applications with JavaScript and want to enjoy your engineering-life because you get to use the right tool for the job with no red tape, apply today.\n**The ideal candidate will have:**\n- Meaningful experience with React apps - you've done it, you have opinions, lessons learned and perhaps some horror stories\n- Meaningful experience with building Node.js API's - you can spin up an API complete with DB and auth with no hand-holding. You also know how to improve performance when requests get slow.\n- Essentially, you love to be involved with the whole stack minus Ops and aren't afraid to take on new and challenging areas, whether it's machine learning, DevOps, or in-depth CSS optimization.\n**Bonus points go to the contestants displaying:**\n- Production experience with building and consuming GraphQL API's\n- Strong knowledge of Docker (we deploy everything via Docker)\n- AWS – specifically EC2, RDS, Elasticache, Lambda, VPC\n- Experience with Docker CI workflows using hosted or on-prem CI platforms such as CircleCI, Codeship, DroneCI, Jenkins, etc\n- DNS, load balancing, failover & scaling strategies\n- Having the right emoji and gif for every situation\n**Benefits & Perks:**\n- The short of it: we want you to be really glad that you work here and laugh when recruiters email you opportunities elsewhere\n- 6% 401k matching\n- 100% health / vision / dental for you & subsidies for the rest of your family\n- 15 vacation & sick days / yr.\n- Flexible hours - getting the work done and communicating well is what matters most\n- Gym membership reimbursement up to $100/mo - because those biceps aren't going to grow themselves\n- You get to work with Chad. Believe me, we all appreciate this.

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