Senior Software Engineer at Recurring Decimal in Glendale, CA

Recurring Decimal

๐Ÿ“Œ Glendale, CA
๐Ÿ•‘ November 22, 2020
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Senior Software Engineer

Sr Software Engineer
Glendale, California, United States

The Sr. Software Engineer Full Stack will be working in a small team of multi- disciplined engineers on creating the next generation Asset Management systems. The successful candidate will be expected to be up to date on the happenings in the JavaScript community, passionate about what they do, and connected to the open source community. They will participate in overall system design and come up with web-tailored solutions to complex problems that emphasize reuse and good design patterns.

Duties and

Responsibilities

Design, implement, and unit test complex software solutions
Implement new functionality in the UI and backend, including state management, database access, integration through Web Services, etc.
Perform performance tuning, improvement, balancing, automation
Troubleshoot and resolve defects
Provide required implementation, configuration, and deployment documentation
Troubleshoot production problems and work on their resolution

Able to demonstrate knowledge in the following things:
o NodeJS
o Koa/Express
o Mocha/Chai/Jest o MaterialUI

Required Qualifications

Very passionate about coding A master of:
o ReactJS
o Redux
o NPM/Yarn/Webpack
o Modern.
Javascriptfunctionality(ECMA2016/2017)
Bachelor degree or equivalent in Computer Science

Preferred Qualifications

Using Docker for deployment
Experience with MongoDB
Familiar with Kubernetes
3+ years of applicable experience

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Job Expires: December 22, 2020

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