What You'll DoBuild efficient, high-performing websites and systems that are standards-based and work across browsers and platforms
Write efficient, clean, readable, fast, testable, documented, monitored code and systems
Deliver new features to production
Contribute to the product development, mission, and success – way beyond checking off development tasks
Collaborate with Product Designers and other Software Engineers to deliver compelling user-facing products Work closely with other engineers in a small, informal team environment
Ship code often in a fast-paced agile environment with continuous deployment
How We'll Define SuccessStory point/complexity burn down.
Smooth, efficient delivery of small-medium features.
Lack of major PR refactoring.
What We're Looking For
A BS/MS in Computer Science or related degree.
Production experience with Node, Express, Docker, React, Redux and Webpack.
Production experience with NoSQL DB's (specifically MongoDB).
Experience writing integration and unit tests.
Strong problem-solving skills and ability to learn/adapt to new technologies.
Top-notch communication skills.
Passion for building beautiful frontend experiences.
You May Also Have
Experience with other NoSQL DB's like Redis and ElasticSearch.
Experience with AWS services like EC2, ECS, ALB, Lambda, S3 etc.
Experience working within a microservice architecture.
Understanding of Linux and AWS technologies.
*You don't need to be surfer to work for us. We design and build a web application, not laze around at the beach. Although if you have an interest in it or another action sport of a similar nature you may receive a high 5 so definitely mention it.
“Developing products at magicseaweed is the perfect career path for any surfer who loves to code. Building the tools you use on a daily basis, pushes you to work to the best of your abilities. As well as that, flexi-time, surf trips and cheap surf gear make working at magicseaweed a dream come true!.”Will Paige, Lead User Interface Engineer
“You're able to influence how the most popular world wide surf forecast is developed.”Adam Primmer, Graphic Designer