Senior Software Engineer (Node/Vue/TypeScript) - Remote Europe
Remote · United Kingdom
Posted on Thursday, January 5, 2023
Europe-based applicants only.
We’re here to give authors the tools and resources they need to create beautiful books. Our marketplace gathers the industry's best publishing professionals — the likes of Neil Gaiman's editor, Nora Roberts' book marketer, and GRRM’s cover designer.
We’ve grown to a community of 1,000,000 authors and over 3,000 freelancers in just a few short years, while picking up a number of industry awards along the way 🏆
Want to hop on board and help us get to our next destination? Cool, keep reading!
You will join and work on our book editing tool. Here's what you'll do:
- Work closely with our designers and engineers to design, build, and ship new features from scratch
- Extend the growing feature set of our cutting-edge, collaborative word processor
- Deliver real value to our users by crafting beautiful book templates for their e-readers and for print
- Architect and develop highly scalable web applications
- Evaluate and improve the performance, durability, and security of applications in production
- Take ownership for your tasks and see features through from start to finish
- Help teammates improve when reviewing their work and appreciate feedback when they reciprocate
- Professional experience with NodeJS, VueJS, TypeScript and NoSQL (Redis, MongoDB) databases
- A good understanding of modern HTML and CSS
- Strong test-driven approach to development
- Perfectly fluent in English
- Enjoy working remotely
- Professional experience with building and deploying Single Page Apps
- Knowledge of ShareDB and LaTeX
- Experience with CSS pre-processors, such as SASS or LESS
- Experience with build-chain and deployment automation tools, such as Webpack and Github Actions
- A good dose of ambition, a willingness to learn, and a great sense of humor
- Work from home;
- Paid paternal and maternal leave;
- Reedski, our annual ski trip.
€60k – €100k
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