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Drops is hiring a Remote Principal Engineer

\nJob title: Principal Engineer\n\nType: Remote, permanent, full-time position \n\nDo you have a soft spot for profitable companies with a meaningful, globally used and loved product? Would you like to work within a compact, super-capable team in a refreshing work environment? Would you like to work on an application that is changing the way we learn and communicate? Drops could be the place for you.\n\nAbout us:\nOur goal at Drops is to ensure effective language learning through a delightful, seamless, gamified experience. We strive to be the #1 app for vocabulary learning. Our app has been live on the App Store for 4 years, covering 43 languages, serving over 30 million users across the globe and has been featured on both the App Store (App of the Day) and Play Store (App of the Year in 2018). Drops has also been featured by TechCrunch, FastCo, Forbes, CNN, Bloomberg, VentureBeat and many, many more. In short, weโ€™re a tiny but very powerful team spread (mostly) across Europe, achieving great things the remote way! In December 2020, Drops was acquired by Kahoot!, the worldโ€™s leading game-based learning platform\n\nCheck us out here: https://languagedrops.com\n\nAbout you:\nYouโ€™ve been working within high growth product companies for some time now and have extensive engineering experience. Perhaps you were an early key team member that nursed a startup to technical success or you hit the ground running in an already successful startup and took them to the next engineering level! \n\nYouโ€™re a no-nonsense person whoโ€™s comfortable implementing projects across the tech stack and have worked in tech leadership roles perhaps as a technical lead or a principal engineer. Youโ€™ve got a solid understanding of full stack development, comfortable working within the backend and ops tooling but also writing frontend code for both the browser and mobile client. You enjoy the challenge of solving internal technology hurdles while growing a product with millions of MAU.\n\nYou believe variety is the spice of life - In this role, youโ€™ll be developing a complex app deployable to web and app stores, building internal automation infrastructure/tooling and working on dynamic language dictionaries. Youโ€™ll also be working on our fully serverless architecture from feature development to keeping our build times down and our availability in the 5 9โ€™s category.\n\nDrops is a deliberately small, but super effective team. Youโ€™re naturally drawn to the fate of the products & driven to grow as an engineer rather than to manage people.\n\n\nThe role:\n\nYouโ€™ll be a core part of the development team, working on both our main products (Drops, Droplets, Scripts & Visual Dictionary) and internal development challenges. This role isnโ€™t about writing 10x more code or closing all the tech debt tickets possible, itโ€™s about being a force multiplier, improving efficiency in the tooling, engineering team and product. Youโ€™ll be the grease between the engineering cogs!\n\nYou will:\n\nSupport of the production applications be it through feature development, bug fixing or scaling infrastructure/ops work\nWork with the CTO on the technical roadmap, vision and hands on work within areas of improvement\nCommunicate effectively to ensure that everyone is aligned with technical best practices and trends\nAssist in levelling up our engineers through individual talent development pipelines and recruitment drives\n\nWhatโ€™d be different here:\n\nWeโ€™re a small team. Weโ€™re optimising for impact, not for headcount. Youโ€™ll be carefully considering any tradeoff that would lead to increased complexity\nWe have strict linter rules and every pull request needs to be approved before it lands in master. We use the rebase workflow and we release a few times a week\nWeโ€™re currently using a single programming language - TypeScript. There are however better placed technology for different jobs which weโ€™d love explore\nWeโ€™re using React + Redux to develop UI, on both mobile and the web and use selectors extensively\nOur backend is AWS, deployed multi-region to Lambda and using RDS for our DB. We use Buildkite and Bitrise for our CI\nWe are BIG on AB testing. We focus on releasing high impact projects and minimise noise\nWeโ€™re doing things in a functional way, concentrating state, minimising side effects and making dependencies explicit. Weโ€™re sharing 98%+ of the code between Android, iOS and Web\nOur biggest challenge is (and will remain) managing the complexity of sharing a lot of code between different apps\n\nYou have:\n\nExtensive experience in software/product development within leadership roles\nExperience building apps in a functional environment (React/Native and serverless)\nExperience architecting and developing complex web or mobile apps\nExperience in scaling internal tooling, promoting development best practices and prioritising technical debt\nProject management experience (everyone manages projects at Drops)\nStrong verbal and written communication skills \nExperience working in a high growth environment\n\nDrops values clear, honest communication and transparency. Itโ€™s the linchpin of our culture, success and freedom. Youโ€™ll be involved in both high and low level decision making and available during European working hours (10AM - 6PM CET).\n\nBenefits:\n๐ŸŒ All the perks of remote working\n๐Ÿ‘ฅ An awesomely compact 20 person team\n๐Ÿง  Yearly educational allowance\n๐Ÿ’ช Fitness allowance\n๐Ÿ’ป High-end Apple hardware and ergonomic accessories\n๐Ÿ– 36 days of holiday per year\nโœˆ๏ธ Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world (Amsterdam, Iceland, Lisbon and Budapest were previous locations) \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$40,000 — $100,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide


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Aula is hiring a Remote Senior Software Engineer

**As a Senior Software Engineer you will join Aula to shape the future of Education and build a platform that educators and students love.**\n\nOur small team of 14 developers has grown fast in the last few months and we need more senior engineers to help us scale our organisation and product. \n\nWhatโ€™s the role about \n* Full Remote Permanent Role > GMT -5 to GMT +3\n* ยฃ70,000 - ยฃ100,000 depending on location and experience\n* React, Redux, Node.js, MongoDB, AWS Lambda/serverless environment.\n\n**Some of the things you will do**\n\nAs a senior engineer on the team you will be involved in building both products and the team. That means, you will:\n* Be user centric: attend user interviews and measure success based on user metrics.\n* Build new features from the ground up, Help product managers scope and define features, plan sprints and ensure they are delivered\n* Contribute to improving our existing product.\n* Ensure consistency, performance, and reliability across platforms: desktop web, iOS & Android.\n* Be happy to provide production support, system diagnosis and troubleshooting.\n\n** Some of the things you may need to do the Job **\nWe are looking for passionate senior engineers who care about making education more engaging for students.\n* 5+ years Engineering experience, ideally across the stack.\n* Experience building products from design to delivery, ideally within a SaaS company.\n* Product mindset. Ability to break down work into deliverables that bring value to users.\n* Proven track record of working and communicating effectively with Product Managers, Design, Data and Support.\n* Experience coaching, mentoring and helping your team grow.\n\n### About AULA\n\n**Aula is the Learning Experience Platform (LXP) for higher education.** A community-first product that brings together students and educators in a digital environment to interact and collaborate.\n\nAs an organisation we are Remote First and have always been in our engineering team. Our rituals allow us to have a team based all around the world and deliver excellently engineered solutions to complex user problems.\n\n**A fair chance** \nEvery role in the Aula team is open to applications from all sections of society. We believe in the superpowers and potential of everyone; regardless of race, religion or belief, ethnic origin, different physical ability, family structure, socio-economics, age, nationality or citizenship, marital, domestic or civil partnership status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other difference that makes you, well, you. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$90,000 — $140,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nGMT -5 to GMT +3


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# How do you apply?\n\n **Apply NOW with your CV and our team will get back to you as fast as possible.**\n\n## Not convinced yet? \n* [Read more about life at Aula in our Open Access Handbook](http://bit.ly/AulaBrain)\n* [Watch this video from our Engineering Team](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIXtXYkqqJg)\n* [Read more about our Tech Stack](https://dev.to/aulaeducation/aula-behind-the-scenes-of-the-learning-experience-platform-our-stack-1gno)\n\n**Don't want to apply with your CV?** \n\nThat's OK\n\n[We are offering you the chance to give our coding challenge a go first.](http://bit.ly/ContractAtAula)\n\nHit the link to Apply, we can't wait to meet you!
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Frontier


This position is a Remote OK original posting closed
CEST Timezone +/- 3hrs Preferred

Fullstack Software Engineer


Frontier

CEST Timezone +/- 3hrs PreferredOriginally posted on Remote OK

nodejs

 

nodejs

 

javascript

This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
## About the Role\n\n---\n\nWe're hiring our 6th team member to join us on our mission to reinvent the future of work. As an early member of our team, you'll have a huge impact on our technology stack and product\n\nYou will work with our engineering and product team in an environment with low technical debt and high velocity. You will collaborate on and contribute to software that connects employers and remote jobseekers\n\nYour work will have a significant impact on millions of workers across the globe who are looking for work\n\n## Our Engineering Stack & Culture\n\n---\n\n๐Ÿ”ง **Frontend facing applications:** We use modern HTML/CSS, React + Typescript and GraphQL APIs\n\n**๐Ÿ”ง Distributed backend system:** Implemented with Serverless framework and hosted on AWS (Lambda, Typescript, SQS, SNS, S3)\n\n๐Ÿ”ง We use PostgreSQL to persist application data\n\n๐Ÿ”ง We dislike doing repetitive tasks, so we implemented CI/CD practices from day one\n\n๐Ÿ”ง We have a culture of **empowered engineering teams.** This means you don't just execute a roadmap but you are also involved pre-implementation in designing solutions to problems. We value and reward the **outcomes** instead of *just the output* of each team member\n\n## Preferred Qualifications and Inclinations\n\n---\n\n๐Ÿง  3+ years of relevant software engineering experience\n\n๐Ÿง  We donโ€™t expect you to have experience in every technology of our stack, but you should be fluent in either the frontend or backend vertical of our stack\n\n๐Ÿง  Some experience in architecture design\n\n๐Ÿง  Experience working in engineering teams with good CI/CD and TDD practices\n\nโค๏ธ You are self-motivated, ambitious about your personal and professional growth and want to work on hard problems\n\nโค๏ธ Youโ€™re looking to join an early-stage company thatโ€™s on a fast growth-curve\n\nโค๏ธ You are comfortable communicating, especially asynchronously in a remote team\n\nโค๏ธ You enjoy collaborating with cross-functional team members in engineering, product and marketing\n\n## About Frontier\n\n---\n\n๐Ÿš€At Frontier, we are building the operating system for distributed teams to hire globally \n\n๐Ÿš€We are working on an important mission that will get millions of citizens around the world back to work. The work you do at Frontier really matters and our users will rely on it to find employment\n\n๐Ÿš€We're a small team of high-wattage individuals from Europe, Africa and the U.S. We hail from diverse backgrounds in engineering, product, finance and education. We've worked at some of the world's leading technology companies and venture capital firms. [Check-out our team page](https://www.notion.so/befrontier/7a450ee0d6ec4b36be32a7ee0b1fbd52?v=863e7969a29d42a7ab48638b8bb39b89)\n\n๐Ÿš€We are in a privileged position as a company. We are well funded, backed by top venture capital funds in San Francisco, New York and London, and have no technical or product debt\n\n#Location\nCEST Timezone +/- 3hrs Preferred


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Vamstar


This position is a Remote OK original posting verified closed
๐ŸŒ Worldwide

Senior Software Engineer


Vamstar

๐ŸŒ WorldwideOriginally posted on Remote OK

backend

 

nodejs

 

node

 

backend

 

nodejs

 

node

 

typescript

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Vamstar significantly reduces the cost and effort required to understand buyer and contract information, so critical to improving overall bidding time and margins on each opportunity in Healthcare & Pharma. We are venture-backed and actively partner across the US and European healthcare and technology landscape.\n\n\n\nJoin us in our mission to making healthcare more affordable and accessible to people across the globe. We are looking for a seasoned engineer who can help us scale our backend.\n\n\n\n** Key Strengths\n\n**\n\n* Strong backend experience with some exposure to other parts of the web stack\n\n* Takes pride in writing production-quality code\n\n* Strong fundamentals in data structures, algorithms, web technologies, and design patterns\n\n* Calm under pressure\n\n* Hungry to improve\n\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n * Backend development of various micro-services\n\n* Code Reviews\n\n* Data modeling \n\n* Contributing to technical and implementation discussions\n\n* Attention to detail and ability to maintain comprehensive documentation\n\n* Ability to meet deadlines consistently and communicate status effectively\n\n \n\n# Requirements\n* Expertise in Typescript / ES6+ or any other strongly typed language, HTML and CSS3\n\n* Extensive experience with one of the following - Node.js / Express.js / LoopBack / Hapi.js / StrongLoop / Serverless or Enterprise Java-based server technology\n\n* Expertise in NoSql and Sql databases\n\n* Version Control - Git\n\n* Excellent verbal and written communication skills\n\n* Work Experience- 6 to 10 Years\n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide


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Aula Education


This position is a Remote OK original posting closed
๐ŸŒ Worldwide

Senior Fullstack Engineer


Aula Education

๐ŸŒ WorldwideOriginally posted on Remote OK

javascript

 

javascript

 

nodejs

This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
![](https://aula.education/images/aula-logo-color.svg)\n\nFor the full job description its best to [go to our Notion page where you will find all the ins and outs on working for Aula](https://www.notion.so/aulaeducation/Remote-Senior-Full-stack-JavaScript-Engineer-React-Node-js-01f59910adf740a0b3ee5b6f3f25fa6c)\n\n\n\n---\n\n\n\n## The short version โณ\n\n\n\n**Why:** Learning infrastructure should focus on community, collaboration, conversation - not on being a digital file cabinet ๐Ÿ—„๏ธ. \n\n\n\n**Who:** Humble, curious and builder-mentality. 7+ years of full-stack development.\n\n\n\n**How:** React, React-Native, microservices in Node.js, serverless, Docker, AWS, Redux, MongoDB.\n\n\n\n## What is [Aula](https://aula.education)? ๐Ÿ\n\n\n\nAula is a remote-first 50-person team building a social learning platform. Our mission is to enable all educators to engage all students.\n\n\n\nPowered by an ecosystem of integrations, Aula is the foundational layer in the university tech stack that shapes a whole industry.\n\n\n\nWe built Aula because we believe digital infrastructure should encourage community and participation-based learning.\n\n\n\n![](https://s3.us-west-2.amazonaws.com/secure.notion-static.com/d65cdb2f-6fc8-4e0b-9a12-9e4eb676c414/landingpage-platform.png?X-Amz-Algorithm=AWS4-HMAC-SHA256&X-Amz-Credential=ASIAT73L2G45F7XNIZBO%2F20190711%2Fus-west-2%2Fs3%2Faws4_request&X-Amz-Date=20190711T163823Z&X-Amz-Expires=86400&X-Amz-Security-Token=AgoJb3JpZ2luX2VjEEwaCXVzLXdlc3QtMiJHMEUCIQC6Hd7TriijUDBUaWg5jidwKJRK0t2VmMur3di8cr6rTQIgQ5Xr%2FVX3ibr1ngRv9OiENPjLfG6TRE930P5frDQgGB8q4wMIpf%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2FARAAGgwyNzQ1NjcxNDkzNzAiDJIkKAo9NDLykbwB2Cq3A11AjWKThIgvLN%2FKw9tnPzwy%2FNzSlOnJzStk6C4xabObNhCMSTi6NEwE7pMu3Q8QjjctIQlyZlyMWOwACZSi6jt9JfeXVs0rXWBa69NqS7lqRyP5V2347fwAwZIELf7%2Bt%2BFjFpFIpKNuJTTIjFOkHvvS89Py1eVYWCne1hijhcAq1t%2F1JqDhdU83WBUZMB8%2Fd8BbiCKQOf0tiprRwGB5TuMYdMo7w%2BfmRtfq%2F69CXQ7rE6cpRpDNlhZO4JEhjQTh7eB%2FMWaxuVpXwEwYHJYbg2mRF7hGj5KSOBvQg9JzOOxGuVw%2FXfQ8na1ExnY1hq6AZvdi0rvIjtKGyYoTbpw0CjIAqI2CPRjdW6iz0S37LaeG4RqTjAjzjhH1Mw2334Yl7HRecWU6HApPZfTWDseWx17EUxW9GM%2B09RKQDvuVlDrT693ne3GZUYQhZjieHOXsitoNwh2oXdDs%2FinWnjWIyjQEBkzKzlnO0w%2Fls4KN3b%2By4gQ4Z%2FIb%2BUM1U6r76VsnCidr5vvHRl6c%2FuMwU6Gq4cQkj1SHhDi5USo%2FhrpiX8nRluNuFohCvTzyl%2F5y547JgQmcpFm843Qw5sic6QU6tAEhLlpH71K0QQHuEPgiQFW1C4xgtPdpKxqKR2Mkbfzwr8VD%2BO0H4wfKZqBdrTYs2CKyh4FaWsPGHjXwxbzO01qQ6L55qKJY8Td%2BiuxL0CCUDvuiXEUqhak40VNRchhqXULRyDilr4aIjZi7A24JoQpzeSlxiasLdvVZriY%2B2W7RQsI2GSFWnIs%2Bkf%2BDFg0TlUkdTpHfvo3e8iejNAUjGBF9fkvKvejRHqbWnAlqNQSX5Tz2i%2FM%3D&X-Amz-Signature=a8ff3d6aee808865c600e92a1a87ba9221bbbea731da1329946498eadac12fb7&X-Amz-SignedHeaders=host&response-content-disposition=filename%20%3D%22landingpage-platform.png%22)\n\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n Weโ€™re looking for a seasoned full-stack engineer to build features across the entire stack (front-end, back-end, mobile) and challenge our thinking on architecture. \n\n\n\nHereโ€™s a snapshot of what you could be working on:\n\n\n\n- Be part of leading a high-performing and inclusive team: inspiring team members, set priorities and own results\n\n- Building backend microservices\n\n- Move services to a serverless architecture\n\n- Pushing our thinking on core architecture choices\n\n- Working directly with Adrian, CPO and product designers, to build, maintain and improve slick user interfaces across devices\n\n- Switching between different apps and devices (web, desktop, iOS, Android)\n\n- Improving and maintaining our distributed architecture\n\n- Contributing to building a collaborative, productive and friendly remote workplace. \n\n# Requirements\n## Weโ€™d love to hear from you ifโ€ฆ ๐Ÿ”\n\n\n\nYouโ€™re are the kind of person who:\n\n\n\n- Wants to foster a culture of no-ego team players who put the product first.\n\n- Adds another perspective to our team - for example, engineers who identify as women, transgender or identify as non-binary. Engineers from the African continent as well as the LATAM area.\n\n- Thrives in caring and direct feedback environments.\n\n- Appreciates the value of diverse and inclusive teams.\n\n- Can arrange a working day with 6 hours of overlap with the workday in GMT.\n\n- Is excited to explore the world of remote working.\n\n- Consider yourself transparent, reliable and considerate.\n\n- Wants to join a 53 person startup journey with all the ups and downs.\n\n\n\nYouโ€™ve done some of these thingsโ€ฆ\n\n\n\n- Worked on both front-end and back-end, ideally 7+ years.\n\n- You have production experience with React\n\n- You have experience iterating on products from end-to-end (full feature).\n\n- Been part of excellent engineering teams as they scaled beyond 10 people.\n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide


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SlashData


This position is a Remote OK original posting verified closed
๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ EU-only

Full Stack Software Engineer


SlashData

๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ EU-onlyOriginally posted on Remote OK

frontend

 

javascript

 

frontend

 

javascript

 

redux

This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
/Data is the leading research company in the developer economy: We help the world understand developers and developers understand the world. We survey 40,000+ developers annually - across mobile, IoT, desktop, cloud AR/VR and machine learning - to help clients such as Microsoft, Facebook, Google and Amazon understand who developers are, what tools they love or hate and where they are going next.\n\nWeโ€™re now looking for a full-time Software Engineer to help drive data and visual insights out of millions of developer data points. The position is full time, either remote or based in our Athens office (if you happen to live near), we will also consider locations within 2-3 hours of Central European Time.\n\n# Responsibilities\n What skills we are looking for\n\n3+ years of experience developing web applications with modern JavaScript (ES6+) frameworks\nProven experience with React, Redux and related technologies\nFamiliarity with testing tools such as Enzyme, Mocha, Chai, Jest\nAppreciation for good UX & UI design, ability to contribute to a design discussion\nBackend web API development experience (Node.js)\nExperience with AWS and other cloud providers\nExperience with a language other than JavaScript, preferably one with static types\nExperience working with relational and NoSQL databases (MongoDB)\nBonus points for\n\nExperience with AWS Lambda or other โ€œserverlessโ€ backend architecture\nExperience with Python\nExperience with data visualisation (e.g. using D3.js)\nAn appreciation for data and understanding of statistics\nWhat youโ€™ll be responsible for\n\nIterating on our in-house survey tool (built on AWS Lambda, React and Redux) to reach developers everywhere in the world and provide a delightful UX.\nWorking on our custom dashboard tool (backend in Node.JS / Python and frontend in React) for displaying data to clients and developers.\nMaintaining and enhancing our developer and client-facing websites. Weโ€™ve deployed โ€˜static-CMSโ€™ sites using Gatsby, Contentful, Prismic and Netlify. Much of our stack is using Node.js.\n\n\nIf youโ€™re that person, weโ€™d love to talk. \n\n# Requirements\nKey success metrics\n\nYou will be successful in the role if in the first 6 months you have:\n\nProvided optimisations both in data and memory usage of our survey tool.\nImproved the UI and UX of our survey tool across devices.\nYour code is of great quality and delivered on time.\nBuilt successful working relationships across the company when providing technical assistance.\n\nWhat we offer\n\nOpportunity to make a difference as part of the research company that works with the biggest tech brands to help the world understand developers.\nCompetitive salary\nPerformance-based bonus every 6 months\nCompany share option plan\nYour laptop of choice + large monitor\nNo dress code formalities. Come to work with your flip-flops or your holiday sombrero\nAnnual training budget to develop your skills and career\nMonthly book allowance from Amazon, on any book you like\nSpotify Premium or Netflix subscription\nPart of an entrepreneurial, fast moving company that's raising the bar, and calling the trends of the software economy\n\n\n#Location\n๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ EU-only


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Social News Desk


This position is a Remote OK original posting verified closed

Fullstack JavaScript Developer


Social News Desk

Originally posted on Remote OK

javascript

 

reactjs

 

javascript

 

reactjs

 

dev

This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
We're looking for a person with the right blend of experience in both front-end and back-end development, a love for coding and learning, and the ability to work in a fully-remote environment. A high-energy person and strong communicator who can join an expert team and work remotely with limited direction.\n\n**The Work:**\n\n* Expand and evolve our social media publishing, management and analytics platform used by thousands of broadcasters worldwide\n* Write code that consumes social media APIs (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc)\n* Work with massive amounts of social data to provide customers with actionable insights\n* Build and improve on our cloud-based serverless microservices architecture\n\n**The Environment:**\n\n* 100% remote team\n* Javascript, Serverless, microservices, ReactJs, Redux, etc\n* Mobile apps built w/ React Native\n* Cloud-based hosted infrastructure (AWS Lambda, Elastic Beanstalk, etc)\n* Slack, Hangouts and other online collaboration tools\n\n**The Perks:**\n\n* 100% remote work\n* Competitive pay\n* Comprehensive health, wellness and career benefits package\n* Trust, autonomy, empowerment\n\nThis is just scratching the surface -- we're a fun team of people who love what we do! If this sounds good so far then reach out and we'll share the details.\n\n**Skills & Requirements**\n\nWe're looking for someone who can comfortably work on whole features/stories independently, covering both front-end and back-end concerns. One day you might take a UX design and turn it into a working part of the React app and the next day you might add endpoints to the serverless API to support the new functionality.\n\n**Required skills/experience:**\n\n* Strong understanding of modern JavaScript and NodeJs concepts\n* 3+ years web app development experience\n* 2+ years of NodeJs and Javascript (including a solid grasp of ES6)\n* 1+ year of React or other SPA experience\n* Document/NoSQL database experience (MongoDB preferred)\n* Webpack, HTML, CSS, SASS/LESS, Babel\n* Fluency in Git, GitHub and source code management concepts\n\n**Bonus skills/experience:**\n\n* Social Media APIs (Facebook, Twitter, etc)\n* Serverless framework experience\n* Microservices architecture (especially RabbitMQ)\n* React, Redux and/or React-Native experience\n* Previous contract and remote work experience\n\n**Working Remote:**\n\n* This is a 100% remote position, communication and self-direction are incredibly important\n* You'll need a dedicated workspace (with a door)\n* You must have a reliable high-speed internet connection (collaboration requires bandwidth)


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CoachHire.com


closed

ReactJS Native Serverless Amazon Web Services Developers


CoachHire.com


javascript

 

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\nAn amazing opportunity for full-stack Javascript developers to build a modern, serverless product from scratch, creating the team working-style and best practice as we go.\n\nJob description\n\nIf it involves client and server-side Javascript, you can build it, and if it's some new technology you haven't used before... you'll figure it out.\n\nSelecting and using modern development methods and following agile practices, you will build top-to-bottom functionality with ReactJS and React Native for the web & mobile front-ends, through to AWS Lambda, API Gateway, Step Functions, Kinesis, Aurora, Cognito, Pinpoint, Cloud Directory, Redshift, SQS, Quicksight… and as much of the rest of the AWS FaaS and platform services as make sense to allow you to focus on building applications rather than plumbing.\n\nYou will be part of a new, three-developer team, to deliver a modern application suite that enables companies, public sector organisations, schools and the general public to book and manage the transport they need to get their staff, students and holidaymakers to where they need to be…. think Uber™ for coaches!\n\nWorking in harmony with a devops lead, you’ll also need to lend a hand defining the Terraform based configurations, and figuring out the best methods and tech to introduce CI/CD efficiencies.\n\nBased amongst some of your user base in our Cox Green, Maidenhead office, you will have ample opportunity for corridor testing of ideas through prototypes, whilst more formal UAT will be structured to ensure you (and we!) have the confidence your product will deliver in live.\n\nPlease note that this is not a home or remote worker role, so you must be commutable to Cox Green, however, as with all developer roles, we expect there will be a number days during each week where you simply need to stay home, get your head down and code!\n\nAbout you\n\nYou’re a self-starter: a highly enthusiastic and motivated Javascript-centric developer used to adapting to and learning new technologies, design patterns and architectures as the need arises.\n\nYou love building product that people actually use and just as importantly you care passionately about quality: not just in the end product, but also in delivering code that other developers can maintain, using best-practice design principles and coding standards.\n\nYou wouldn’t dream about writing code without an accompanying test, and you treasure the DevOps principles of developers and technical operations working in harmony to embed security, scale and resilience into your continuous delivery strategy.\n\nTeamwork means more to you than just sharing the tea-runs and buying the Haribo™  on your birthday. You actively assist and mentor your peers in their own learning, know when to ask for help yourself, and the two highlights of your sprint cycle are the planning and retrospective sessions, where you both give and take across story definition, personal recognition and constructive suggestions for improvements.\n\nYour skills\n\n\n* Javascript Expert: you know your promises from your closures and can tell the difference between your observables, prototypes and modules.\n\n\n\n\n\n* ReactJS: if you haven’t yet, then you know you want to; and can instead demonstrate your expertise across Angular, Ember, Dojo or Vue.\n\n\n\n\n\n* React Native: you may have only dabbled, or you may have apps already on the stores, complete with shelling out to native components and SDKs like Geolocation or NFC. Alternatively, if you’ve got some Android Java, SWIFT or ObjectiveC under your belt, then it all counts.\n\n* AWS Lambda, API Gateway, Step Functions… or NodeJS: Let’s be realistic… not every developer has worked for forward-thinking companies that know serverless is the future, so if you haven’t yet had a chance to ditch the [virtual] tin, prove to us instead that you are a NodeJS guru and can learn the modern AWS FaaS methodologies as you go.\n\n* Redux? Webpack? Gulp? Browserify? Flux? Relay? Flow? ImmutableJS?: If you have the skills and can prove the advantage of your preferred libraries to your peers, then consensus will mean go for it (license agreement permitting).\n\n* HTML/CSS/SASS/LESS/REST/JSON: Duh!\n\n* TDD/BDD: we shouldn’t even have to mention it. You’ve been on Github. You know that no self respecting NPM ships without its tests. You practice what you preach and provide unto others what which you expect to consume yourself… and it’s not an afterthought.\n\n* Terraform: if you’ve got it, we’ll take it.\n\n* Security ingrained: You know your CAPTCHAs from your SQL injection from your brute force attacks, how to specify and develop to mitigate them, and under the covers you know your IAM from your KMS from your Secrets Manager and will layer security throughout your application stack. ...PII - encrypt it!\n\n* English Communication Skills: you can debate your technical solutions with developers and business people alike. You won’t be expected to write War & Peace, but you will be expected to keep the development wiki comprehensible\n\n\n


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