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Tracxn is hiring for - Tracxn - Lead - Front End - React.js (4-10 yrs)

Hello Mohamed,

Here's an interesting job that we think might be relevant for you -

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- Tracxn is looking for an experienced and motivated Full Stack professional to be an integral part of its Apps team. The Apps team is an essential part of the Technology team at Tracxn and works on solving technical challenges related to processing, visualization and presentation of continually scaling data in an easily accessible manner on the Tracxn platform.

- There are currently more than 100 billion data points in the platform which need to be processed, aggregated and presented in different ways.

- As a lead, you will get hands on experience in latest technologies and skills like ReactJS, NodeJS,MongoDB, Webpack, REST API etc. and also will be responsible for leading a team of engineers.

- This role is ideal for you if you have a background in Full Stack development and are looking for the next level of career growth in a fast paced, learning based and merit driven work environment.

What we are looking for :

- Experience in design and development of Full Stack applications using one or more JS frameworks like ReactJS, AngularJS, etc.

- Good architectural & design skills.

- Strong coding, data structures and algorithms.

- The ability to own end to end responsibility - right from requirement to release.

- The ability to produce bug-free and production grade code.

Key Deliverables:

- Build & lead a great team by example.

- Develop a deep understanding of the startup ecosystem.

- Work with a performance oriented team driven by ownership and open to experiments.

- Build customer facing technology product for global customers.

- Learn & Develop Leadership skills.

What we have to offer :

- Work with a performance oriented team driven by ownership and open to experiments.

- Learn to design system for high accuracy, efficiency and scalability.

- No strict deadlines, focus on delivering quality work.

- Meritocracy driven, candid culture. No politics.

- Very high visibility regarding which startups and markets are exciting globally.

About Technology Team :

Tracxn's Technology team is 40+ members strong and growing. The technology team is subdivided into multiple smaller teams each of which has ownership of one or more services/components of the technology platform. Ours is a young team of motivated engineers with minimal management structure where almost everyone is actively involved in technical development and design activities. We have a team-centric culture where the ownership and responsibility of a feature or module lies with a team as compared to an individual.

We work on an array of technologies, including but not limited to Spring, Node, Elastic Stack, MySQL, Mongo, ReactJS, Webpack, Kafka, Redis, AWS Lambda, Ansible, etc.

As a team, we value ownership, continuous learning, consistency and discipline.

About Company :

Tracxn is a Bangalore based product company providing a research and deal sourcing platform for Venture Capital, Private Equity, CorpDevs & professionals working around the startup ecosystem. We are a team of 750+ working professionals serving customers across the globe. Our clients include Funds like Andreessen Horowitz, Sequoia Capital, Accel Partners, NEA; and Large Corporates such as ING, Societe Generale, LG and Royal Bank of Canada.We are backed by prominent investors like Ratan Tata, Nandan Nilekani, and SAIF Partners

Founders :

- Neha Singh (ex-Sequoia, BCG | MBA - Stanford GSB)

- Abhishek Goyal (ex-Accel Partners, Amazon | BTech - IIT Kanpur)

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