React.js Software Developer - Fully Remote

Upstack Technologies, Inc. • Posted June 30th

Software Development
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Upstack is a friendly team of the world’s most talented freelance developers, working remotely for some of the coolest start-ups. It’s fun and challenging to join the top 1% of the world’s best developers. We have a strong focus on quality clients and developers and try to work on software that we love! Upstack is officially based in the US with headquarter in New York City and with offices in LA and Europe. We also have development hubs opening up all around the place with our first in Brasov, Romania. Our developers work from home and co-working spaces and sometimes even on the beach! 

The work:
  • Work with a small team of top-tier developers who are designing great user experiences and building truly great applications for web
  • Participate in scrums consisting of cross-functional teams, both software and hardware
  • Ensure that features are being delivered efficiently and on-time
  • In addition to code contribution, you will also participate in architectural review and design

Minimum qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or equivalent practical experience
  • 3+ years work experience as a software engineer or relevant experience
  • Excellent & proven experience with React.js 
  • CSS experience 
  • AGILE / SCRUM experience and exposure 
  • A developer who can deliver work which is focused on page load speed & performance 
  • Exposure to Enterprise organisations 

Position specifics and requirements:
  • Job type: Full time 
  • Overlap: Full overlap with Central European Time 
  • Ideal start: As soon as possible

Preferred qualifications:
  •  Proven track record of shipping software and successfully released apps (please include names and links on your resume)
  • Strong attention to detail on every line of code, every unit test, and every commit message
  • Comfortable with rapid development cycles and tight schedules
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