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Front-end Developer at () (allows remote)

On being a Frontend Engineer at maintains plenty of front-end applications, ranging from our complex user-facing web dashboard, to Node.js command-line tools. In this role, you will be working on JavaScript-based user interfaces that target both a web browser, as well as a terminal emulator. You will find yourself writing non-trivial JavaScript, TypeScript, and CoffeeScript code.


  • Actively invest back in our own technology, libraries, and frameworks

  • Understand security best practices and strive to apply them in your work

  • Be highly motivated to produce great code

  • Evaluate customer requirements and other inputs to determine the scope and timing of new functionality

  • Push for delivering delightful user experiences

  • Closely collaborate with our UX/UI designers

  • Move between all major operating systems to ensure we provide consistent experiences

  • Unify how builds user interfaces, and actively contribute to Rendition, our shared GUI/CLI components toolkit


Need to have:

  • Desire to make yourself and others more effective. You'd be bothered by an inefficient process

  • Good understanding of software engineering practices and how to apply them

  • Excellent written communication skills, and fluency in English

  • Self-discipline to take on a project and push it to completion without too much management. You also know when to ask for help

  • Experience with Node.js

  • Experience building single-page applications with React, or any similar modern framework

  • Understanding of the command-line interface

  • Understanding of backend systems and how they interact with front-end applications

Nice to have:

  • A sample of your work (URL or attached sample)

  • Contributions to OSS projects (please include a URL)

  • Having worked remotely before

  • Experience with as a user

  • Experience with embedded GNU/Linux, anything ranging from personal projects with a Raspberry Pi to commercial or industrial scenarios with custom devices

  • Experience with Angular.js v1

  • Experience with Docker

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