Full Stack Developer

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Information Technology
Full Time
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Job Description



Distributel is seeking awesome full-stack developers to join our growing team. We're looking for someone who's passionate about building distributed systems and highly available web applications. As a full stack developer, you should have familiarity with each layer of the stack, with exceptional skill in one or more and a genuine interest in all software technology. Our team strives to make life easier for those around them in a space that has many interesting challenges yet to be solved.


We will be the revolutionary telco; join us and help set the new standard with simplicity and innovation!


Responsibilities include


- Working closely with our team to design and implement new products and features
- Maintaining, improving and testing existing code
- Creating technical documentation
- Automating as much as possible (xkcd.com/1205)

 - Actively participating in code review and knowledge sharing


Skill requirements

- 2+ years professional software development experience
- Familiarity with the .NET web stack (C#, .NET MVC, Entity Framework, IIS)
- Experience writing unit tests for .NET
- Experience writing SQL and managing database systems
- Experience producing and consuming REST/JSON APIs
- Experience with at least one front-end Javascript framework
- Working understanding of GIT


Bonus points if you

- Have used .NET Core and/or ASP.NET Core in a project already, even if it's just a personal/side project
- Have an open-source project with a GitHub repo that we can look at, particularly if it's also on Nuget
- Are comfortable working in and navigating a Linux environment
- Are familiar with the Azure or Docker ecosystems
- Have mastered at least one scripting/dynamic language


The Joel Test (9/12)


(Y) Source control
(Y) One-step build
(n) Daily builds
(Y) Bug database
(Y) Fix bugs first
(n) Up-to-date schedule
(Y) Specs
(Y) Quiet working conditions
(Y) Best tools that money can buy
(n) Testers
(Y) Code screening
(Y) Hallway usability testing


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