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Arcarta

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๐Ÿ’ฐ $60k - $100k

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Arcarta

Arcarta

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Arcarta is hiring a
Remote Lead Back End Developer

The Opportunity:\n\nWeโ€™re looking for someone who cares about building effective, elegant and usable digital product to join the Arcarta product development team to develop new features, improve existing infrastructure and update processes.\n\nWorking alongside our product leads, youโ€™ll be involved in every aspect of development from initial concepts, prototyping and wire-framing all the way through publication.\n\n\nThe Role:\n\n- Contribute to the development of our product and architecture as we grow.\n\n- Strive for continuous improvement and simplicity with incremental releases and laser focus.\n\n- Join in on each phase of feature development including design and prototyping.\n\n- Work closely with our world class development team to share ideas, insight and knowledge.\n\n\nExperience and Skills:\n\n- Mid to senior preferred with a minimum of 4 years experience working with Python.\n\n- Experience with Django, Flask, Redis, Postgres, React, Git flow, Docker preferred but not essential.\n\n- Part time and Contract roles also considered.\n\n\nWorking with Us:\n\n- Competitive salaries and bonuses.\n\n- Flexible hours and holidays.\n\n- Macbook and equipment costs covered.\n\n- Join a team of product and user experience designers driven by making usable, human friendly solutions. \n\nBe sure to mention the word **ENTRANCED** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n $60,000 — $100,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide


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Simple Poll


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๐Ÿ’ฐ $90k - $120k

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Simple Poll

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# Senior Software Engineer (Full Stack)\n\n## Simple Poll\n\nFull Time โ€“ Remote\n\n\n# About Simple Poll\n\n- Simple Poll brings polls and surveys natively into Slack. Learn more about the product on [https://simplepoll.rocks](https://simplepoll.rocks)\n- Wilhelm created Simple Poll in early 2016 to improve his own workflow when working in Slack. Started as a side project and then grew up to be a real company!\n- Simple Poll is one of the most popular apps for Slack and over the course of a year serves millions of users. As a member of the engineering team, you will be able to directly impact the experience of all of those users.\n- We are a fairly early stage company with a small and growing team. We're profitable, bootstrapped (no external investment) and very much plan to stay that way!\n\nBecause weโ€™re such a small team, you will be able to have a massive impact. Not just on Simple Poll the product and its millions of users but also on the company, our culture, and our day to day collaboration. \n\nFrom an engineering perspective Simple Poll can often feel similar to building an API. Slack apps work largely by receiving JSON payloads from Slack, making API calls to the Slack API, and then returning some JSON back to Slack. As such, our engineering work tends to be very backend-heavy and although we do have a web dashboard, writing HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is more rare.\n\nIn our day to day work we face an interesting set of evolving engineering and product challenges:\n\n- One such challenge is dealing creatively with the constraints of the Slack platform. Since Simple Poll exists almost entirely within Slack, we are bound by many of the constraints and extension capabilities of the Slack platform, such as the block kit framework ([https://api.slack.com/block-kit](https://api.slack.com/block-kit)). A powerful set of tools is available to us, but the path to bringing a feature to life is sometimes not as straightforward as it seems.\n- We also constantly face trade offs between making Simple Poll more powerful (and implementing a long list of customer feature requests) while simultaneously maintaining and improving the simplicity that out customers love. Finding a good balance is important here and often we find that there is a way to achieve both capability and simplicity.\n- Slack is also constantly evolving and it is our responsibility to keep up with this evolution to ensure that Simple Poll works no matter what Slack context users find themselves in. Recent wide-reaching changes have been the introduction of Slack Enterprise Grid (multiple Slack workspace under the same umbrella) and Slack Connect (shared channels between different Slack workspaces). These changes make it more challenging to model Slack entities like users and channels โ€“ if youโ€™re curious to learn more about this problem, check out this blog post: [https://wilhelmklopp.com/posts/slack-database-modelling/](https://wilhelmklopp.com/posts/slack-database-modelling/)\n\n### Remote\n\nWe are remote-first with folks across Canada, the UK, and Germany ๐ŸŒ…ย  We love and embrace remote working (and have done so even in pre-pandemic times). But especially as the pandemic winds down and more travel opens up, we plan to regularly get everyone together for a one-week company offsite, probably twice a year. Our last company offsite took us to Toronto in Canada ๐Ÿ\n\n# The ideal candidate\n\n- Excellent verbal and written communication skills\n- A high degree of empathy\n- 3+ years of experience working on production web applications written primarily in Python\n- Experience with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS\n- You care about the product as well as the code\n- You enjoy picking up new skills and are always learning and growing\n- You have an ability to think critically and pragmatically about designing systems and building features\n- You enjoy shipping and getting things done\n\n# Responsibilities\n\n- Write, review, deploy, and maintain code in mostly Python (back end) and HTML/CSS/JavaScript (front end)\n- Collaborate with the rest of the team on defining and implementing new features and coordinate to prioritise engineering work\n- Debug production issues and implement corresponding fixes\n- Take ownership of parts of the codebase\n- Document the systems you help build, monitor, and maintain\n- Evaluate and recommend solutions to guide team decision making\n- Improve engineering standards, tooling, and processes\n- Rotating responsibilities for on-call\n\n## You Might Work On\n\n- Architecting and implementing new features. Some of the things coming up on our roadmap are blind polls, ranked polls, exports to google sheets, and many more!\n- UX Improvements to make Simple Poll *simpler* and more flexible\n- Performance improvements to make Simple Poll faster\n- Improving reliability, which could for example entail setting up a new Datadog dashboard\n- Work with a designer to build a new page in our frontend and then implement that page based on their design\n- Something completely different! As an early stage company, we tend to be pretty "all hands on deck" when something comes up that we need to get done\n- Use and provide feedback on [Kolo](https://kolo.app). A local Django development tool that weโ€™ve been building\n\n# Practicals and benefits\n\n- You will report directly to the CEO (Wilhelm)\n- This is a fully remote, full time (40 hours per week) position. Your primary timezone must be between UTC-5 and UTC+2 (inclusive on both ends) to ensure we have enough overlap as a team\n- We'll buy you a new MacBook Pro and any other tools you need to do your best work (screens, accessories, etc.)\n- 30 days of holiday a year (including local national holidays), and you're encouraged to take all of it. You're also free to take additional time off for any other reasonable reasons, for example if you're sick (of course!) but also if you need to spend an afternoon taking care of something personal.\n- Sustainable and healthy working matters to us. We care about building delightful products for our customers, not hitting arbitrary daily hour counts.\n- The start date for this role is January or February 2022\n\n## Our principles\n\n*Inspired (often straight up copied) by the [Zen of GitHub](https://warpspire.com/posts/taste) and the [Zen of Python](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zen_of_Python)*\n\nExplicit is better than implicit\n\nSimple is better than complex\n\nFavor focus over features\n\nAnything added dilutes everything else\n\nMind your words, they are important\n\nCraft the details, they matter\n\nShip early and often\n\nNever miss an opportunity to delight\n\nBuild for the long term\n\nUse what you build with pride\n\nCreate lasting value for customers\n\nMistakes are possible when moving fast\n\nEmpower with courtesy and empathy\n\n## Our tech stack\n\n- Python + Django\n- PostgresQL\n- Heroku\n- Amazon Web Services\n- GitHub\n- HTML, Tailwind CSS, Vanilla JavaScript\n- Slack, Datadog, Zoom, Gmail, Google Calendar, Notion\n- Our own products! (including https://kolo.app)\n\n# How to apply\n\n[Apply via this form](https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSerhXiCMolv2Y1dLodNvaRJu9eT-FCZ2LUgdrDwZtlDg2R0zw/viewform?usp=pp_url&entry.2062135242=Full-stack)\n\nHave any questions? Email me: [email protected]\n\nWe're excited to review your application! \n\n![Poll graphic](https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/7718702/148613256-5f108cdb-f6d7-445a-9dae-7ddaccd18996.png)\n\n \n\nBe sure to mention the word **FASHIONABLY** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n $90,000 — $120,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide


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Darwin Homes



Latin America
 
๐Ÿ’ฐ $140k - $180k

react

 

react native

 

typescript

Darwin Homes

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๐Ÿ”Ž3,135 views

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Darwin Homes is hiring a
Remote Senior Software Engineer

### About Darwin Homes\nAt Darwin Homes, we fundamentally believe that the rental experience is broken. Too often, property managementโ€”serving as the middleman between investors and residentsโ€”often means shoddy service, hidden fees, and inefficient processes that shortchange everybody involved.\n\nDarwin was built to make residents and investors lives easier through an innovative ecosystem of technologies. We have created the best product in the market for residents to discover, tour and lease their future home; and for investors to have complete peace of mind from our modern management and leasing services built around our core values of transparency and professionalism.\n\nDarwin Homes is the destination for single-family rental services for property investors and residents.\n\n### The Team\nThe Darwin Homes team is composed of a diverse set of alumni from DoorDash, Square, Facebook, Apple, LinkedIn and other top technology companies. The founders and executive team have over 30+ years of combined experience in scaling disruptive technology and operations-focused businesses. Darwin Homes is backed by top Silicon Valley venture capital.\n\nNote: This position is fully remote however the majority of the team is based in Austin,TX.\n\n### At Darwin You Will Need\n\n* Heart - Youโ€™re looking to build products to improve the lives of others. You do it with transparency, integrity and care because you truly feel the pain of the customer.\n* Grit - Youโ€™re transforming one of the largest and oldest industries and will charge ahead in the face of the many obstacles and challenges.\n* Discipline - You understand that success is simply the product of consistency and effort over time. Step by step you will build the future.\n* Independence - You are constantly looking for innovative and independent ways to identify and execute upon opportunities to improve the products, services and functions you cover.\n* Bias for Action - You understand that paralysis by analysis is a real issue. You will always prioritize action and getting things done.\n\n### Technical Requirements\n* 6+ years of professional experience as a Software Engineer (Backend, Frontend or Fullstack).\n* Deep knowledge of software engineering patterns, architecture and best practices.\n* Experience w/ React, React-Native or other equivalent modern front-end frameworks.\n* Experience w/ Typescript and Python recommended.\n* Experience w/ modern backend frameworks (Django). \n* Experience in building GraphQL APIs (Apollo, Graphene).\n* Experience w/ platform and infrastructure engineering.\n* Experience w/ distributed systems and asynchronous programming.\n* Understanding of caching patterns and technologies (Redis).\n* Expert in databases (SQL, NoSQL) and data modeling.\n* Proficiency in writing test-driven code.\n* Adept in agile environment.\n* B.S. or M.S. degree in Computer Science or equivalent Engineering degree. \n\nBe sure to mention the word **INCREDIBLE** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n $140,000 — $180,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nLatin America


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