Back-end Dev (NodeJS, Python, Golang)
1,000 - 2,500 USD
2018-07-19 -> 2018-07-20
- CS degree isn’t required, skill matters.
- Experience with scaling and performance improvements
- Have strong opinions on creating maintainable API's and either favor content negotiation or have good reasons for alternate methods
- Work well with a team
- Lives in Hanoi
- About us
- Founded in 2016, Missing Corner started out helping startups and enterprises by providing technology consulting and development of high-tech cloud products. Our technology establishes and empower our clients with solution beyond their imagination, by combining creative product design with latest, trendiest technologies available.
- 2018 will be an exciting new year for Missing Corner as we also bring our own product to the market that customer will love. We are on process of receiving venture investment for our new product and expanding our office to Silicon Valley. It’s an exciting time to join Missing Corner in a high-growth stage and the opportunity is unparalleled.
- About you
- We’re hiring curious people with backend skills. We are mostly a NodeJS & React stack with a bit of Python and Go where appropriate, and running in AWS. Backend systems need to give us insight into what is happening under the hood and scale to thousands of requests per second. No easy task! If you have experience improving backend systems, adding features, building internal monitoring and tools - we want to talk to you!
- End to End Ownership
- - you’re responsible for designing, building, and maintaining efficient, reusable, and reliable code, but we take ownership for everything we have. It’s never "not my problem."
- Make it Real
- - Our creative product team dreams up new features and ideas that push the edge of our industry and you make it real. It’s what you love to do, we provide you with everything you need, including a team that’s eager to see you succeed.
- Make it Better
- - improve our apps using any language, framework or library that is appropriate for the job. Currently, we use NodeJS, Java, Go, Python, React, Redux, and AWS
- Ensure Reliability
- - Bugs happen, but what happened? Did we know it was going to happen before it caused problems? This is what adding telemetry to our apps is about. Trying to predict causes before they become an issue. If they do become problems, we spring into action to solve it asap with the right tooling that helps us find the answer fast.