Do you like building products? Does the idea being the lead developer for a greenfield web app built using React, Redux, React Native excite you? Do you like AWS? Rapid iteration? Do you like to eat your own dog food, and get in the head of the users and make GREAT software?
If this describes you, we would love to talk to you.
We’re looking for an “entrepreneurial developer;” someone with the energy and drive to turn ideas into reality. We want you to be relentless and passionate about software development.
What you get in return (other than competitive compensation, of course), is a creative, smart, welcoming team who will rally behind you, learn from you, and help you turn our vision into working software. We’re hoping you’re the kind of person who’s passionate enough about your craft that you want to go to conferences, speak at conferences, blog, and generally be a “thought leader”.
Your only constraints are “React / React Native” and “AWS”. Don’t like Redux? Tell us what’s better (MobX?). Prefer TypeScript? Be prepared for a debate, but it’s one you could win. Want to use 2-space indentation instead of 4? Great (just don’t suggest 3 spaces as that would not go over well.)
If you want to know the company you would be keeping at Pop Art, we encourage you to check out our Stack Overflow Careers page.
- App development in React (must have experience!)
- Experience w/ Node / Express
- Experience w/ NoSQL databases (Mongo, Dynamo, Couch, etc.)
- Good FE skills (you don’t have to be a designer, but you have to have a good eye for it, and the ability to leverage resources to make beautiful software)
- TDD mindset (or at least an orientation towards unit testing)
- Strong verbal and written English communication skills
- At least some experience with AWS, and a willingness to learn more
- Dedication, drive, and determination
- React Native experience
- Design experience
- UX experience
If you’re the kind of person we’re looking for, you will enjoy our React exercise…which is also how you’ll get our attention.
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