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Remote Web Dev Django Ruby Job in June 2020 at Circuit Stream posted 2 years ago

Remote Web Dev Django Ruby Job in June 2020 at Circuit Stream posted 2 years ago

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Circuit Stream


Backend Web Developer

verified

Backend Web Developer


Circuit Stream

verified

ruby

rails

python

django

ruby

rails

python

django

2yr

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**Here's what you can expect from us:**\n\n* The opportunity to build your codebase from scratch and help define a new product category\n* Learn from a team of ambitious, talented, motivated, and interesting co-workers\n* Senior technical positions available (Director / CTO) on demonstration of value\n* Trust and speed, no need to demonstrate for days, just do it\n* Transparency, business metrics discussed openly\n* Family friendly, be efficient don’t work crazy hours\n* Realistic lifestyle and low cost of living\n* Well-capitalized with 2 years of strong initial customer traction and momentum\n\n\nYou’re an extremely talented  **Backend Web Developer**  in Canada 🍁 or the US πŸ—½.\n\n[We’re](https://circuitstream.com/) a well-capitalized, independently driven, diverse team pioneering virtual reality training at scale.\n\nYou must have experience designing and building large (yet maintainable) systems, and should be able to do so while working on a bi-monthly iteration/shipping cycle. \n\nWe'll rely on you to design, develop and implement reliable client-server systems for data in the cloud. Your code will leverage AWS to contribute to the services that connect users and power real-time dashboards.\n\nWilling to hire remotely so you can do your best work.\n\n# Responsibilities\n * Design our database and client-server architecture\n* Start a brand new code base so it's clean, fully automated and bug-free\n* Take care of your application in production: deploy, monitor, maintain\n* Work with a front-end developer, designer and business team towards a minimum viable product\n* Speak with our customers directly about once a month\n* Set the technical directions + standards for your team \n\n# Requirements\n* 3+ years of experience using web servers and shipping cloud applications (AWS or similar)\n* Intimate familiarity with at least one of these technologies:\n * Rails (Ruby)\n * Django (Python)\n * Node.js (JavaScript)\n * MongoDB (JavaScript)\n * Laravel (PHP)\n * Postgres (SQL)\n * Firebase (Java, JavaScript, Node.Js)\n* Experience optimizing database throughput\n* Good knowledge of API concepts and architectures\n* Degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or related discipline beneficial but not required\n* Experience in microservice a big plus\n* Track record as a self starter and efficient management of own time and work\n* An interest in virtual and augmented reality\nyagJzhkdapAsCMnUw7CpJAMi

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