Node.JS Developer (Frontend) (m/f) // ShareIQ
Our Developers are building complex applications to discover, retrieve, index, query, visualize and act upon image data on a massive scale. Building something nobody else has ever done is fun!
- Implement new features for our customers (dashboard graphs, business intelligence tools, visualizations)
- Improve on the existing code base (careful modularization, dependency maintenance, latency optimization)
Desired Skills & Experience
- desire to write beautiful and maintainable code
- Experience with a frontend Framework (React, Angular, …) and state management (Redux, Relay, …). We use React and Relay.
- node.js >= 4.x
- unit & acceptance testing
Bonus Skills & Experience
- Data visualization (D3.js or similar)
We are a well-funded tech-startup based in Berlin. We track a very large amount of images on the internet, using our own unique algorithms. Our product enables some of the largest brands in the world to track distribution, popularity and usage of images across social media sites, blogs and just about everywhere else.
We work with modern tools like slack, github, trello etc. Our CTO is a seasoned industry veteran with a proven track record of leading productive teams.
Our superpower is the culture that we consciously form together. We value active communication, mutual feedback and self reflection. Our slack channels are filled with humor and positivity.
Our office hours are flexible; we prefer getting our stuff done over sitting through long meetings.
Drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Related listings on StepStone:
Career Insights - Journal by Jobspotting
Our next chapter: Jobspotting joins SmartRecruiters
Today, we are embarking on a new chapter of Jobspotting as we join SmartRecruiters. We founded Jobspotting more than three years ago with the vision of making job search hassle-free, of inspiring professionals’ career ... Read more →
5 Clever Answers To Stupid Interview Questions
Many people doubt whether there’s any sense in having job interviews. Is it really possible to determine whether a candidate is the right one for the job or not within a day or two? And on the other side of the coin: ... Read more →